Jonathan Pittas

Jonathan Pittas

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It says in Latin, "Aut viam inveniam aut faciam" which in English translates to "I'll either find a way or make one." It's a rib piece, took about two hours. Love it!

Latin may be a dead language but using Latin quotes for tattoos is alive and well. We've gathered twenty different examples of people using Latin phrases for tattoos and we've listed the meaning of each phrase above the photo.

I feel like I have to remind my husband about this. I love to travel but it's not home until I'm in his arms:)

Nautical Print - Travel Print - Chalkboard Art - Anchor Illustration - Nautical Decor - Hand Lettered Print I'm giving this to my future husband (assuming you're out there). This is truthfully the sweetest most awesome thing I've ever seen.

My first ever tattoo. Latin phrase "Aut viam inveniam aut faciam" - means "I Shall either find a way or make one"

Latin phrase id consider as tattoo "Aut viam inveniam aut faciam" - means "I Shall either find a way or make one"

The Celtic trinity knot or triquetra (Latin for “three cornered”) can have a number of meanings.    The corners can represent:    Past, Present, Future.    Mind, Body, Spirit.    Thought, Feeling, Emotion.    Power, Intellect, Love.    Creation, Preservation, Destruction.

Irish myth tells that St. Patrick plucked a shamrock from Irish soil to express the meaning of the Trinity- Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Hence the reason why the glorious Shamrock Trinity Knot pays tribute to this very Irish tale.