Ohana Tattoo is a symbol of devotion, loyalty, honor and ultimately love. Getting an ohana tattoo this way represents the fact that you are a family-oriented person or have a group of very close friends who you consider to be your family.
“Ohana” means “family”. “Family” means that no one is left behind. ”
‘Ohana’ is a Hawaiian term that means ‘family’ in the broadest sense. Because Polynesians appreciate close relationships and sociability, Ohana includes blood relatives, friends, and even neighbors.
Ohana Tattoo with Stitch
“Ohana” was made very well known by the Disney film Lilo and Stitch (2002).
In this charming film, a little Hawaiian young lady embraces an unusual looking canine who really is one Alien.
A key moment in Lilo in Stitch is when Stitch reminds his friend Nani that family is important and that she must save Lilo. It’s one of the most touching scenes in the film, and one that you won’t forget once you’ve seen it. It’s the kind of scene that makes you realize how important your family really is to you, which also makes it an excellent tattoo.
The word “ohana” got pretty popular from that movie and a lot of people have it still chose to incorporate it into their tattoo designs.
Ohana Tattoo Small
Simple and small Ohana tattoo ideas.
An Ohana tattoo contains the text “Ohana”.
Ohana Tattoo on Foot
Ohana Tattoo for Boys
When you are considering getting an ohana tattoo, be sure to come up with a design that you will always be proud of, and then find a great artist who will make it look great.
Ohana Tattoo for Women
Ohana tattoos are usually designed with flowing fonts and often in italics.
Ohana tattoo with flower
flowers w earth often before or after the word in t. added these designs. While you can choose any flower you like, the most popular choice seems to be the hibiscus in red, pink, or orange. This is the national flower of Hawaii and is often worn by girls on the island (which is consistent with the meaning of ohana and the movie). This tropical flower represents delicate beauty, peace and unity and is considered a feminine symbol and is therefore chosen by more women than men for tattoo designs.