Arabic Tattoos and their Meanings

Arabic tattoos are beautiful

Recently, more and more people have been getting Arabic tattoos inked on their bodies. The reason is usually that the language is considered to be exotic and the script mysterious. By getting an Arabic tattoo, they hope to get imbued with the same sort aura of being mysterious and exotic. This is similar to the reason for getting something inked in Chinese or Hindi.

For others, such tattoo designs have a more personal meaning – they might have some kind of bond to Arab culture or might be of Arab heritage. Maybe they’ve been on holiday to Egypt or Morocco and have enjoyed their stay there.

Others still simply like the elegance of the script and how the letters flow into each other.

Here are some common Arabic words and phrases that people get tattooed and their meanings:

Angelina Jolie's Arabic Tattoo

Angelina Jolie’s Arabic Tattoo: determination

Rihanna’s Arabic Tattoo: Freedom in Christ

Love in Arabic

Love in Arabic

Beware the different writing system

The Arabic writing system differs considerably from the way we write in English. This can cause serious confusion and often leads to unfortunate mistakes that could have been easily avoided.

Here are a few general rules of thumb to follow:
-Arabic is written from right to left, NOT from left to right. If you attempt to write Arabic words from left to right you’ll end up with meaningless characters that native speakers won’t be able to recognize as the intended meanings.

-Arabic letters are usually “linked” to their neighbours within a word. This is gives the script the appearance of being flowing and elegant. Handwriting in English or other Western languages is usually similar, insofar as the letters will be connected to each other to make writing quicker. The difference is, of course, that Arabic is ALWAYS written this way. If you don’t connect the letters, the result will look very ugly in the eyes of those fluent in the language. (Note, however, that there is a small number of letters that are not connected to the left.)

Don’t get your tattoo design from an unreliable source. I’ve seen many people that have come to me with designs that were allegedly created by their “native speakers” friends and that turned out to merely speak Arabic passably, while they had little idea of the rules of writing and grammar.

If you get an electronic copy of an Arabic tattoo you like, make sure it’s either in picture format or in a PDF file. Whatever you do, don’t get it as plain text. The reason for this is that many PCs are not configured properly to display the characters and will end up messing your design up. This won’t happen with image files or properly formatted PDF documents.

Here are some more ideas for tattoos in the Arabic language:

Peace in Arabic

Peace in Arabic

Faith, Hope and Love: Arabic Tattoo Design

Faith, Hope and Love: Arabic Tattoo Design

For more ideas, check out the Arabic Tattoos eBook.

Your name in Arabic

Many people want to get the name of their partner or (the safer option) their own name inked in the language. Most of the time there is more than one “correct” way to transliterate a Western name into Arabic, so don’t be surprised to see a few alternatives, depending on whom you ask. That’s why it’s crucial to get your design from someone knowledgeable who can do the proper research to find out which spelling variation is the most common one or the most suitable one for the pronunciation of your name.

What to do once you’ve selected a design

Once you’ve found a design you like and you’re sure it’s accurate you will need to take it to a tattoo artist and discuss it with him. Ideally, this is someone who already has some experience in inking Arabic tattoos. If it’s too difficult to find someone like that, make sure the person understands which way is up, which way down, which way left and which way right. Otherwise, you could end up with a mirror image of the original on your skin.

Other general considerations are, of course, also important in choosing the right tattoo artist.
– Visit several studios and talk to staff to get a general sense of their expertise. This also gives you the opportunity to see how busy they are, how clean the store is and check out samples of their previous work.
– Don’t be pressured into getting the tattoo done then and there. You have the right to think through your decision to get the design inked and also to decide whether the artist you’re talking to is the right person for you.
– Examine the previous work done by the artist. Although this might be your first tattoo, you don’t need to be a professional to recognize when a tattoo looks good or when it’s gone wrong.
– Asking a friend who has had something inked already for a recommendation is a very good idea, as they might be able to tell you who is good and who isn’t.

Some background on the language itself:

Arabic is spoken by more than 300 million individuals around the world as a first language and is the official language in 26 countries. There are many dialects (such as Egyptian, Moroccan or Levantine), but they are usually not written and just oral. For a tattoo, you should get the design in Modern Standard Arabic (MSA), which is also known as “fus-ha”. This is the formal way of speaking and used by the media, in education, politics and religious contexts. The interesting thing is that this formal variant has changed relatively little over the last 1200 years, apart from a few new words (like television, internet etc.) of course. This makes the language very special and is one of the reasons for getting an Arabic tattoo design.

Aren’t tattoos against Islam?

First of all, just to be clear: not all speakers of Arabic are Muslim. There are plenty of Arabs who are Christian, Jewish, or atheist. Like all languages, Arabic itself is not religious.

Conservative Muslims generally don’t like the idea of having anything tattooed on their skin. This is generally for two reasons: first, they believe they need to abstain from harming their own bodies. And secondly, they believe that tattoos are linked to pagan rituals of idol worship. Of course, Islam (like other religions) has a lot of diversity within and there are many Muslims who don’t have an issue with tattoos. The same issues apply in the case of conservative Christians and Jews, who too are against tattoos.

The upshot is that as long as you don’t ink something offensive onto your skin, the majority of religious people probably won’t care either way. So, it’s best to avoid getting verses from the Quran or reported sayings of the Prophet.

Where can I get more tattoo ideas with Arabic words and phrases?

You could find someone educated who is either a native speaker of Arabic or who has is proficient in its usage. Alternatively, you could take a look at the Arabic Tattoos ebook.

When done correctly, Arabic tattoos are a beauty to behold and will draw the attention and interest of those around you. Just make sure to remember some of the important pointers discussed above, so that you can enjoy your tattoo for years to come.

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202 Responses to Arabic Tattoos and their Meanings

  1. Eleanor says:

    Hi there I’m looking to get an Arabic tatoo I’ve looking at some and one I liked is the name Thomas after my dad is it true that in arabis Thomas means twin and could you send me a link to show me one

    • arabictattoo says:

      Hi Eleanor, “Thomas” and “twin” are quite close in Arabic, but not quite the same:


      • Deliah says:

        I’d like to get “my lord remove from my heart the love of everything you do not love” vertical down my spine. How would that be drawn? From my neck down, what’d be the 1st word in arabic? I been researching, I just want to make sure i’m correct. Please let me know 🙂

  2. Shruti says:

    Hi, i would like to get the word ‘hope’ inked in arabic. Ive been getting a lot of different answers so could you please help me out with the correct translation. Id like both options, that is, the arabic word for hope which i think is ‘amal’ and also the word hope written directly in arabic. Thanks!!

  3. Amber says:

    Hello. I am looking to get a tattoo in arabic that would say ‘love yourself’. I have been looking around at different sites and amost all have the same translation. Thank you.

  4. nick says:

    Hi. I was wondering how “anger is a short madness” is written in Arabic . Thank you

    • khawlah says:

      The literal translation for it is
      الغضب هو لحظة جنون
      But there is a famous Arabic wisdom for anger that goes like “anger starts with madness and ends with remorse”
      Arabic writing for it as follow
      أول الغضب جنون، وآخره ندم

  5. Jennifer says:

    I like: Learn from yesterday live for today hope for tomorrow.
    How is that written in Arabic?
    Thank you.


  6. Jadina Rapana says:

    Hello i was wondering if you could translate “when words fail, music speaks” written in arabic please. thankyou,

  7. cory says:

    How do you write (die for the living and live for the dead) in Arabic. Thank’s

  8. shanice says:

    I want to know how to say “pray for me”

  9. lejla says:

    hey Im looking for arabic tattoo something that says about my family… if you know something special meaning please write me 🙂

    • khawlah says:

      what about
      العائلة هي الملاذ في عالم لا قلب له

      which means
      Family is a haven in a heartless world

  10. Marianne says:

    hello. how is ” not all treasure is silver and gold ” in Arabic ?

  11. Mairanne says:

    Those ” And in the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.” and “Blessed are they who can laugh at themselves” If you know, how those are in Arabic, then write to me 🙂
    Thank You! 🙂

    (PS! If i want to write my name, but in my name there is ” ä ” , is in Arabic that kind letter?!

  12. Naim says:

    Need translation for

  13. Anabel says:

    How do you say
    Be yourself in Arabic

  14. Brianna says:

    how do you say
    Don’t trust anyone in arabic?

  15. Lisa says:

    Hi! I’m looking to get an arabic tattoo on my foot that is a design with words/phrases/symbols incorporated into it. I was wondering how that works with the way things are written in arabic? I know with English you can play around with how the words are shaped and such. Can it be done an recognizable for arabic? Also, my family name is also originally in arabic and was translated into English. I was told that the way it was translated was not exact. How can I find an exact translation? Thank you!

    • tarek says:

      yes there are lots and lots of fonts and designes in which arabic words can be written and there are many extra symbols which should be put on letters but which are usually not used
      actually font in arabic is a an art which has its own scolars
      so the best you could do is take a native arabic speaker with you who didn´t just learn arabic from his parents but actually studied arabic for a long time

  16. Chelsea says:

    Hello! How do you say…’For those I love I will sacrifice” Thank you!!

  17. vidushi says:


    how do u write vidushi in arabic ?? 🙂

  18. Ellie Turner says:

    I’ve booked a tattoo to have 2 days after my 18th birthday. I would love arabic writing; so the tattoo is meaningful, and only i would know what it meant. Could you please translate these words, if you don’t mind, i don’t want to have a badly translated word, which could be offensive or something? Many thanks.



    keep strong


    be strong

    keep going

    be happy



    keep the faith



  19. kae sc says:

    Hi . How do you write ” love trust respect ” in Arabic . Thanks a lot . 🙂

  20. Lindsay says:

    How do you write “she flies with her own wings” in arabic?

  21. Josh says:

    I was looking to get a tattoos in Arabic, something to do with being strong and never give.

  22. Joao Pedro says:

    hi, how do you write friendship and family in arabic? Thank you.

    • tarek says:

      الصداقة والعائلة
      even though i seriously suggest you take an native arabic person with you because arabic have many fonts and also many little signs on the letters which aren´t usually used but look sometimes pretty good

      • Ron Cruz says:

        Mr. Omar,

        Please help me with this…i got my first arabic tattoo before…but when one arab guy read it he was wrong..

        i want this in arabic…ARD…my love, my life, my devotion…..(ARD initials of my wife)

        Thanks a lot..

  23. jacky says:

    Hi .How do you write”Shine bright like a diamond” in Arabic?? Ty so much ^^!!

  24. Taylor says:

    How would you write:


    She is clothed with strength and dignity and laughs without fear of the future

  25. Trish says:

    How do you write wake up and live in ARABIC plz?

  26. adrian ramirez says:

    how you write God forgive me … a.k.a astaugh feruAllah PLEASE reply

  27. robyn says:

    hi what is “sweet sting” written as in arabic 🙂

  28. Kayla says:

    Hi, I’d like to get “be strong, live life” as a tattoo. Could you please translate?

  29. Emili says:

    could you please translate me “one love one life” …. thank you very much 🙂

  30. Nicole says:

    Hi! I’ve been shopping around to try and find the arabic translation for ‘perfect’. I used to live in Pakistan and so far i have found this مثالي. Is this accurate?

  31. Paul says:

    I wanted to get my last name in Syrian Arabic writing. My last name is Treyman how would this be written?

  32. Teresa says:

    Like everyone else been looking for a tattoo thats different yet means deeply someting to me.
    Please can you help with the translation of “believe” i have seen a number of writings yet im looking for the true meaning to self confidence / trust in oneself…

    Many Thaanks…Tx

  33. Cassie says:

    Will you translate “live and let live” please?

  34. Daniel says:

    Hello, I want to find out how this quote is translated in arabic: “Forgive others, not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace”

    • tarek says:

      translated to arabic it would be :
      سامح الآخرين, ليس لأنهم يستحقون المسامحة, بل لأنك تستحق راحة البال
      Note: i replaced the word peace here with the phrase (peace of mind) because in arabic we don´t usually use the word peace to describe a state of mind

      • tarek says:

        Another important note: if you are a girl then you would maybe like that phrase to be in feminine because in arabic there is a difference between feminine and masculin also if you talk in 2nd or 1st person
        so the phrase would be :
        سامحي الآخرين , ليس لأنهم يستحقون المسامحة , بل لأنك تستحقين راحة البال

        • tarek says:

          sorry again
          if you want the sentence to be toward only women then you should use the second phrase
          but since you probably want it to be directed to everyone who reads it you should use the first phrase
          so forget about the second Note, i just couldnt figure out how to delete my omment

  35. vidushi says:

    how do you write vidushi in Arabic 🙂

  36. vidushi says:

    how do you write vidushi mathur in Arabic 🙂

  37. Lakeshia says:

    Hello, can you please write the name Malik in Arabic and also He is my king. Thanks, I would greatly appreciate it.

  38. Damaunica says:

    how is “God has a plan for me” written ? please and thank you !

  39. Brianna says:

    hello , im planning to get 2 tattoos this weekend and i wanted to know how you write hope , and also courage in arabic.
    thank you.

  40. claudia garcia says:

    how do write the words francisco, carmen, daniel. miguel , and fabian in arabic. someone help me please.

  41. Em says:

    please can you translate, just breathe in Arabic for me? Don’t want to get something like chicken fried rice tattooed on me if someone translates it wrong x

  42. Angee M. says:

    can someone help me translate? Cause sometimes google translate is wrong.
    Beautiful in arabic.
    like describing a person who is beautiful.
    I’m getting that tattoo this month. 🙂 Please & thank you!

    • عربي says:

      the translation for the word beautiful is

      • Joob says:

        This guy is lying عاهرة translates to “bitch” not beautiful. Don’t just simply take any one word here. A tattoo is something that you’ll have for your whole life. After asking and getting and answer use google translate to double check!

  43. Carima says:


    I would really like to get ‘free spirit’ in Arabic but am really scared of getting the wrong translation. Could you please help?

  44. aashley says:

    how do you write ” love is pure” in Arabic

  45. aashley says:

    because Arabic is written from right to left..would that affect the way you say it. for example reading it in English from left to write it would be: love is pure

    but in Arabic it would be : pure is love? right or am i wrong..please help!

  46. Nicole O'Neil says:

    Can someone translate “fighter” in arabic

  47. Eleanor says:

    Hello i want a tattoo down my spine in Arabic and i was wondering how to say “If i grow to be even half the women my mother is, that would be my greatest achievement in life

  48. mimi says:

    How do you write “it is written” in Arabic? I saw two versions of it, “maktoub” and “innaho maktoub”. What is the difference?

  49. Yvonne says:

    I would really love to get an Arabic tattoo. Could you please help me translate the name “Max” please? Also if you know any meaningful phrases about a mothers. lovebbbbn for her son or love in general?

  50. Yvonne says:


    Thanks you in advance. Very much appreciated 🙂

  51. Aaliya says:

    Dear arabictattoo,
    This page was most helpful! Though I have plenty of Arab friends having grown up in the middle east), no one is being able to translate this beautiful quote by Rumi:
    “Sell your cleverness and buy bewilderment”
    I wonder if you can help me out?

  52. atienza arlene says:

    love your arabic word .i would like to ask or translate the name isiah in arabic.nd pangilinan..thank u so much

  53. Juliette says:

    I want an Arabic rib cage tattoo similar to Rihanna’s the singer, the saying I want it “family is life’s greatest blessing” or something a long the lines of that, can anyone translate it to Arabic for me? Or give me another idea or something similar please, thanks 🙂

  54. Elena Elle says:

    Can someone help me translate the《my only sunshine》in arabic, please? I want to make this tattoo for my mom!
    Thank you so much! 🙂

  55. joylyn says:

    can someone help me translate the “love conquers all.”
    “its only him i want to be with” please?

    thank u sow much!

  56. luna kalisey says:

    I really want to get life is beautiful and silence is screaming in Arabic can someone show me how it is correctly written

  57. Jemma says:

    hi, i was wanting an arabic tattoo ‘mother and daughter’ what would it look like in arabic, having a hard time tryin to find out. Thanks alot 🙂

  58. Martin says:

    Hi! I am looking for months now for an arabic tattoo design and i can’t find what i want nowhere.

    Can you translate :
    There is no progress without struggle
    Without struggle there is no progress


    And how can I show the translation to my tattoo artist?

    please please help me.

    Thank You in advance

  59. victor says:

    hi can someone translate Julian in Arabic please i want to get as tattoo is my sons name…if anyone can help

  60. kiara fuentes says:

    I want the correct translation of these quotes please:
    “The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen, nor touched, but are felt in the heart.”
    & ” There is no foot so small that it cannot leave an imprint on this world”
    & ” Some say you are too painful to remember, I say you are too PRECIOUS to forget”

  61. Isabel says:


    I want to know how to write “what doesn’t kill us, make us stronger” in Arabic, to make a tattoo.

    Someone can help me?
    Thank you

  62. Suzy rock says:

    Hi, please can some one translate the writing below into arabic for me asap?

    Laugh, love, live

    Thanks =o)

  63. Chloe louise says:

    Hiya how would you write the following ?

    Little and broken but still good


  64. Irma says:

    Hi! Could you please translate “without struggle, there is no progress”

    Thanks so much!!

  65. Nina says:

    Hey! Could you please translate “we aquire the strength we overcome” I’m getting that tattoed but I’m not sure how its written.


  66. Mandi says:

    Could you please translate pops in Arabic if there is such a word or he words god bless you thankyou 🙂

  67. Ana says:

    Hello. I would like the words Allahu Akbar in Arabic tatted on me as well as Bismillah. How is it written properly in Arabic??

  68. tiffany says:

    I would like a tattoo that says “phenomenal woman” in Arabic. Can someone translate that for me please. Thank you

  69. Kayla says:

    Hi there.
    I’d like to get ‘Not all who wander are lost’ in arabic.
    Could you please translate 🙂 thank you.

  70. Anna says:

    Hi! Can someone please translate for me:
    “All that is gold does not glitter,
    Not all those who wander are lost.”

    Thank you so much!

  71. Basil says:

    What does this translate to? I want to make sure it’s right.
    كل ما هو الذهب لا بريق
    ليس كل أولئك الذين يهيمون على وجوههم تضيع

  72. Jazmine M says:

    I would like the phrase:
    Love, Laugh, Dance, and live life with no regrets in arabic

  73. Jazmine M says:

    I would like this phrase translated to arabic:
    Love, Laugh, Dance, and live life with no regrets

  74. Suzan says:

    I would like to have a tattoo on my food

    “my mom always told me to keep walking” in arabic

    I saw it in a picture once of a girl making this tattoo,
    but her’s was in libanese or maybe palastine,
    becausse now when i get som arabic friends to write it for me it doesnt look the same.
    Someone who can translate for me? or maybe see my pic and tell me what kinda arabic theres on the girls foot?

    Thank you all soo much 🙂

  75. Yassmine says:

    Can you please write in Arabic the word Believe. thank you

  76. Yassmine says:

    Can you please write in Arabic the word Believe. thank you

  77. Yassmine dahbur says:

    Can you please write in Arabic the word Believe. thank you

  78. Yassmine dahbur says:

    Live love laugh in Arabic. Thank you!

  79. CJSS says:

    Hi. I was wondering how “one life to live” is written in Arabic . Thank you

  80. jasmine stanton says:

    Hi how do you write “where there’s no struggle, there’s no strength” I want it tattooed

  81. Urge says:

    Hi. Please translate “Nobody can hurt me without my permission.” in arabic.

  82. Thomas says:

    How do you write brother in arabic? I have been told it’s pronounced Akh.

    Also how do you write faith in arabic?

    Thank you in advance.

  83. Ron Cruz says:

    Mr. Omar,

    Please help me with this…i got my first arabic tattoo before…but when one arab guy read it he was wrong..

    i want this in arabic…ARD…my love, my life, my devotion…..(ARD initials of my wife)

    Thanks a lot..

  84. Juli says:

    I am searching for the tranlation of a quote: “dream is destiny” in arabic for my new tattoo. I ve tryed many websites, but I dont think they were very reliable. Can someone pleeeease help me!!!!

  85. Justine Borda says:

    Pls help! How do u write in arabic, be yourself always

  86. Andrea says:

    hi, ive been wanting to get my daughters name tattooed for a while but i havent got it done because i want to make sure its writtem out correctly in the the arabic writing ! how would ” my love valentina” be in arabic ?

  87. Jessie says:

    Could you translate “It is a part of you, It does not define you.” ?


  88. Ani says:

    I want a tattoo in Arabic on my shoulder saying
    ‘love, respect and trust’
    Can some one help me with the Arabic script for this phrase. It is important that the meaning of the phrase should signify these three qualities as a basis of a strong relationship. i am dedicating it to my husband,. I have gone through many websites to find them but I am not sure since the same word in English can be written in different ways in Arabic in context of different meaning. Please help.

  89. monica says:

    Hi want to get a tatto but I will like to for you to transtale .( we belong together since day one I wouldn’t never change you no matter what, you belong to me & I belong to you ,this is what true love is we wouldn’t never fall apart). 061907 plese translate this in arabic

  90. Selena says:

    Hey I was planning on getting a tattoo with my brothers saying family first but we were all going to get different languages. I was considering Arabic but I need the correct translation. Can you please translate: Family First

  91. Neilar says:

    Could you please translate, My Love My Life My forever…

  92. Aju Patil says:

    Please translate the following image for me… Thanks

  93. erik says:

    I’m looking to get an Arabic tatoo with the name liliana..
    Does this translate in any way in arabic and what would be the proper way to write it?

  94. Geovanni says:

    I want to get a tattoo that says
    “We dont know what we do, we do the things that we dont want ”

    And another that says
    Pain sweat && seduction please help me???

  95. Geovanni says:

    I want to get a tattoo that says “we dont know what we do , we do the things that we dont want” please help?

  96. Geovanni says:

    I Want to get a tattoo that says” we don’t know what we do , we do things that we don’t want” please help

  97. Wayne says:

    I really considering a Arabic tattoo and I want it to say “Love is All I need” can you help me with the Arabic writing?

  98. Debra says:

    Hello, do you know what the translation would be for “blessed”

  99. Onelys Chang says:

    Hello i want to know hot to write my parents name

    Onelio caballero A and malvery Lopez R

    Also i would like to know
    My heros: onelio and malvercy

    And also
    onelio and malvercy

    And i will like to know how to write as well

    For me love is you

    Please i know its alot . Im trying to figure out which to pick .please help

    • jackie says:

      i want to know how its written in arabic ” trust no one”
      i will make it a tattoo design.. thank you! =)

  100. jackie says:

    i want to know how its written in arabic ” trust no one”
    i will make it a tattoo design.. thank you! =)

  101. Kati says:

    How do you write “art” in arabic?
    thank u!

  102. sarah R says:

    I would like the phrase

    I love you to the moon and back

    It is for my daughter and I keep getting different translations and dont want it to be wrong. Can you please help?

  103. Em says:

    Hi, I want a tattoo of Arabic writing that reads ” with pain comes strength” what would that translate to?

  104. jersey says:

    hi i want a tatoo of arabic writing that reads
    “love my partner”

  105. Danielle says:

    Hi. Can you help me translate the serenity prayer?
    God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change
    Courage to change the things I can
    Wisdom to know the difference
    Thank you

  106. Jenny says:

    Hey, how do you write ” dream as if you’ll dream forever “

  107. Alexis says:

    “Let it be” or ” So be it” in Arabic please!

  108. Andrea Moore says:

    i was wondering if i sent you a pic of a tattoo…if you could tell me what it says…I believe it is in Arabic.

  109. Jodie says:

    Hi, was wanting ‘nothing would be the same if you did not exist’ would you be able to translate it? Thank you xx

  110. Estalle says:

    Hi, I would love to these in Arabic writing please:-

    Mum you are always in my heart.


  111. honey says:

    hi can you please translate Strength in arabic


  112. OMAR says:

    I would like to get a tattoo of a somewhat religious phrase but it has meaning in both Islam Judaism and Christianity….. I choose to have this phrase in Arabic because it is a beautiful language. This phrase: THIS TOO SHALL PASS. is what I would like to get inked but I am looking or a translation into Arabic calligraphy. I f at all possible could you find this somewhere so that I can have it inked thank you

  113. Gill Smith says:

    My partner wants my name tattooed on his forearm. I have downloaded this from number of websites and was confident I had the right translation. I have bow seen 2 other versions. Help!
    The name to be translated is Gill

  114. Salma says:

    Hi if it isn’t a bother can you please show me the correct way to translate it. It’s
    Faith, Love And family

  115. Rima Dey says:

    Hello……i would like to see the translation of Mom and Dad in Arabic ……
    Thank You

  116. Anna says:

    I want to get the name Madelyn translated into Arabic for a tattoo. Could you help me?

  117. mary says:


    would you mind confirming me that the arabic translation of “respect yourself” is the one here below:
    تحترم نفسك

    Thank you

  118. Hailey says:

    Can someone please translate the phrase, One Love. As well as Keep Faith. Thank you!!

  119. krystal C says:

    hello I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo in Arabic writing and I’ve check a few websites to get the correct translation but some were not consistent. I would like to know if you can please help me out what
    “powered by Love” in Arabic would be… and what end do you begin to read it from because it will be placed vertically. Thank you !

  120. ash says:

    Hello. I am getting a tattoo in a few days. I need to get the quote translated and I’m very nervous to go based on online translation websites. But the quote I wanted translated to arabic was “She Flies with her own wings” if someone can translate that for me in the correct day, that would be awesome!11

  121. Casee says:

    I was wondering if you could please translate: a lion never loses sleep to the opinion of a sheep. Thank you so much

  122. Lays says:

    I was wondering if you could please translate for me:
    Keep the faith

    Tks anyway 🙂

  123. Julie says:

    hey. uhm i would like to know the transalation of “Life is a beautiful struggle.” thank youuuu

  124. raicel gloria coronado says:

    i looking for the arabic word of

    love me for who i am

  125. raicel gloria coronado says:

    may i know in arabic word? thank you

    love me for who i am

  126. ivana says:

    could you tell me how to write “know your rights” in arabic?

  127. Nate says:


    Is this site still active? Well anyway, I can only know if someone replies.

    I need help. What is the arab writing translation for “Family is a haven im this heartless world”?? Thaaanks! Hope someones replies 🙁

  128. Magda says:

    I’m from Egypt, and some of these translation is incorrect. I will be more than happy to translate anything for you.

  129. cvetanka says:

    can you tell me how it is on arabic unbreakable , free in her wildness and dauntless

  130. Intrested says:

    #7 does it actually mean that. Thanks for the relpy

  131. Fernando says:

    Can you help me translate hamoudi in arabic i wanted as a tattoo

    Thank you

  132. Jane says:

    I would like an Arabic tattoo that says “Always be happy”. Can someone please show me how it’s written in Arabic? Thank you!

  133. monica says:

    Hi there, I’m looking to have ‘you make my heart soar’ tattooed. Can you show me the proper way to write this? I’m afraid it will not be translated right

  134. tattooboy says:

    Hi,can someone please help me to transfer ” Life is nothing but timing” in Arabic? I would like to tattoo it on my body, Thank you.

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  136. Millie says:

    Hi would you be able to translate ‘family forever and always’ please I’m thinking of getting it as a tattoo


  137. Swanee says:

    I am often told to Breathe
    In Buddhism breathing is life. I like a tatoo that is telling me to Breathe – reminder Breathe


  138. Кристина says:

    Помогите пожалуйста перевести на арабский
    “Через тернии к звездам”
    За рание спасибо

  139. Elias says:

    I want the word *forgiveness” in arabic, can anyone help? Thanks

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  141. Andrea Cif says:

    I’ve been going crazy looking for how to write “only the strong survive” … please help! thanks

  142. Andrea Cif says:

    I’ve been going crazy looking for how to write “only the strong survive” … please help! thanks

  143. Cay says:

    Hi there, I’m looking for the arabic translation for “and to never forget the drops of oil in the spoon”

    Thank you!

  144. Giorgia says:

    Hi there, I’m looking for the arabic translation for “fighter”. Thank you

  145. Sonia says:

    Hi I’ve found a tatoo I’ve loved for a long time but I’m struggling to find the meaning of it.its the only thing holding me back from having it done.pls help

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  147. Julia says:

    Hello, Im interesting in getiing the word “Mother”

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  150. Lauren says:

    i want to get daughter and my mom wants to get mother tattooed in Arabic how would you write it?

  151. Andrea says:

    Hi! I was wondering if anyone knew how to properly write out ‘ forgiveness ‘ in arabic?? I would like a tattoo of it but the one I find online doesn’t seem accurate. My brother has a friend in school that spoke arabic as a first language and she wrote it out for me but I just want to make sure it’s correct before I go and have it tattooed.

  152. Bev Gilbert says:

    Hi I suffer from Depression and I live on a roller coaster of emotions and I wanted to have
    This to shall pass .
    So when I have my really bad times the tattoo will remind me it will pass.
    So I don’t want it wrote wrong .
    Thank you .

  153. Jody MacDonald says:

    Hello, I would love “amor fati” written in Arabic. It means “love your fate” How would you write “Amor Fari in Arabic? Thank you!

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  157. Pedigo says:

    In the Arabic world which has more meaning from a husband to a wife. “my love” or “my life”.

  158. Pedigo says:

    My husband has a picture of me on his arm and wants to add my name but I said not my name maybe a saying….. So my question is In the Arabic world which has more meaning from a husband to a wife. “my love” or “my life”.

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  160. Lili says:

    How do you write “family first”

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