� Even though fox tattoos occur in a wide range of sizes and hues, they rarely show the animal in a position of authority. This is because foxes are revered in many civilizations for their mental talents and acute survival instincts. Outfoxing a fox is a sign of mental supremacy; they are usually never viewed as animals capable of tearing you apart but rather as animals capable of outwitting you.
� Nine-Tailed Fox Tattoo Meaning
The most coveted physical characteristic of a fox is its tail. The word 'fox' is derived from the Proto-Indo-European word "pu," which refers to the animal's tail. The Welsh word "llwynog," which means "bushy tail," refers to the animal's bushy tail. The legend of the Nine-tailed Fox was not created overnight by anime cartoons like Naruto. Although the legend began in India, the fable of the Nine-tailed Fox became a symbol for the Japanese goddess of Fertility and Prosperity, Inari, with the migration of Buddhist monks. Foxes, known as Kitsune (Japan), Kimiko (Korea), and Huli jing (China), are thought to be Inari's messengers who are masters of metamorphosis and deceit with the capacity to possess peoples' souls. As the Kitsune grow older, they become stronger, wiser, and more powerful and gain a second tail. According to legend, Kitsune obtain nine tails after 1000 years and experience a change in which their fur turns silver, white, or gold, and they gain limitless wisdom. Fox with nine tails tattoos honor this Japanese legend by representing Wisdom, Intelligence, Cunning, and a spiritual connection.
A nine-tailed fox tattoo can be matched with a lovely young lady's image. This fox tattoo represents a woman's ambition to be both beautiful and smart. When combined, it can make her so strong that she can destroy nations in the blink of an eye. Such a nine-tailed fox tattoo on a man acts as a warning not to play with tempting but destructive fire.
� Tattoo Paper Size: Big 10*17cm; Small 5.7*9.7cm.
The designs are diverse and cater to various tastes.