5120Re: help required with another tattoo!!!
- Jan 3, 2006I think its great to see a kindred spirit tattoo enthusiast. As you
may have seen I posted my own questions just before yours. Not
really sure why I didn't get any answers :) ... but anyway, maybe it
was my uncertainty.
That being said. I myself am going for "the crowned and dark one"
OR "the crowned dark one" ... sounds evil right? Except it's the
meanings of mine and my wife's name. I also decided to have it in
Quenya written in Tengwar.
I *think* I have it right when I say :
i rína ar morna quén
i rína morna quén ( without the "THE" ).
Of course, I could be TOTALLY wrong.
Also, I'm not sure about the transcription tool I'm using, but I
think this is how you would print it:
My Tengwar Translation? </a>
--- In email@example.com, "worldofbob2001"
> Sorry for posting so many time. Espeacially if you get these in
> Jut though I'd exlpain a little further the meaning behind the
> i choose. although it may bore most i belive that phrases such asthis
> are pointless without true meaning behind them and tattoos are evenhave
> more pointless if they don't have some meaning to the person that
> "i will rise up above the flames and be a victim no longer"
> Basically I have been through a hard time over the last 7 months.
> all started wieith splitting my girlfrnd of 6 years and i went ofthe
> rails a little, lost my job and had to return home to Ireland (iwas
> living in wales). This was when I decided to get my first tattoosand is
> before I left wales. One was of a 8 point compass like design on my
> right forearm. this was to represnt the choices now ahead of me
> in a position that I am always reminded of the fact that you arenever
> without choice. The second was the aforementioned dragon. I alwayswork
> meant for it to be surrounded by flame at some point but couldn't
> out a good way to terminate the flame above my elbow so it wasn;tjust
> appearing from nowhere. This is when I thought that maybe a tribalthough
> band would be a good choice but was relucent because, lets face it,
> everyone has one.
> Then while watching fellowship one day I noticed how beautifully
> suited to a band the script inside the ring was. This is when I
> of the phrase to represent a defiance I have now aquired to stop
> felling sorry for myself in any situation. So as you can see the
> phrase sums things up quite well and as I hope you'll agree looks
> beautiful in script.
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