Virgo Tattoos

Virgo Tattoos

Virgo is the sixth symbol in the zodiac calendar. It depicts the beginning of fall, and it takes place before the start of the equinox. Virgo represents the people who were born from August 23 to September 22, who are said to be analytical yet modest. As the Latin term for virgin, most Virgo tattoos portray the image of a chaste young woman who is scantily clad. Often, this design is preferred by men and can be seen on larger parts of the body such as the upper arm or the lower leg.

Apart from a picture of a lovely lady, tattoos of Virgo designs that are suitable for women can be the symbol of the “Glyph,” which looks like an elaborate “M.” This symbol can be big or small, colorful or in black ink only. Depending on the size, it can be placed on any part of the woman’s body. The design of the Glyph is believed to be a combination of “Mem,” a Hebrew word, and the Phoenician symbol for a fish. With its rounded head and downward-pointed tail, Virgo tattoos are literal depictions of water and fishes. However, as Christianity flourished in the ancient world, the tattoo of Virgo became a symbol of Jesus Christ’s virgin birth. With its varying symbolisms and impressive designs, Virgotattoos are perfect for those who are looking for uniqueness.




Virgo

Virgo

Virgo

Virgo

Same ol song

Virgo the Virgin

Virgo the Virgin

Virgo

Virgo

Danger Girl

Danger Girl

tree of life

tree of life

eye zip

eye zip

Girl and octopus

Girl and octopus

Virgo Tribal (M)

Virgo Tribal (M)

Virgo Twist

Virgo Twist

into the light

into the light

Girl with a sleeve

Girl with a sleeve

virgo

virgo

girl with  umbrella

girl with umbrella

Virgo

Virgo

Gentle ledy

Gentle ledy

Soaring Pink Wings

Soaring Pink Wings

world arrow

world arrow

NeoTradGirl

NeoTradGirl

Virgo & Cancer

Virgo & Cancer

Blue Girl

Blue Girl

Virgo Turtle

Virgo Turtle

Inspiration

Inspiration

Virgo

Virgo

flower girl

flower girl

sight

sight

Girl with sunglasses

Girl with sunglasses

Goddess of Tears

Goddess of Tears

rhombus

rhombus