Michelle (Ängelholm) “Kuishi ndoto yako is kiswahili for live your dream. “

“Kuishi ndoto yako is kiswahili for live your dream. “ - different Swahili quote & faint, like the placing though

Mother daughter bond tattoo The top loop is mother in Swahili. The bottom loop means daughter in Swahili. And the infinity symbol brings them together in "bond" by sonja

Mother daughter bond tattoo The top loop is mother in Swahili. The bottom loop means daughter in Swahili. And the infinity symbol brings them together in "bond" by Gudrun Heike

african symbols and their meanings | Adinkra are visual symbols, originally created by the Ashanti of Ghana ...

Adinkra

Man Printing Adinkra symbols on a Cloth, Ghana Adinkra are visual symbols, originally created by the Ashanti of Ghana and the Gyaman of Cote d’Ivoire in West Africa, that represent concepts o…

"swahili symbol for hakuna matata"... swahili doesn't use symbols, this is actually made up. but i understand the appeal.

hakuna matata symbol :) THere is no swahili Hakuna matata symbol, this was just created. Research your tattoo!

Swahili symbol for Hakuna Matata - Recherche Google

This is a cross and the hakuna matata symbol combined. Meaning "Hakuna Matata / No worries just trust in God, Hes always there and always will be" < I really like this but personally wouldn't incorporate the cross

Swahili symbols, would like one as a tattoo

Adinkra Symbols

African symbols known as adinkra are ubiquitous in Ghana, a beautiful West African country on the Atlantic, situated between Cote d& and Togo. On cloth. African symbols known as adinkra are.

This is the Swahili symbol for Hakuna Matata, which means no worries. Definite placement but bigger!

Pelvis tattoo of the symbol for Hakuna Matata made up from the movie “The Lion King” In the language of the film, hakuna matata means no worries.

Cute hakuna matata tattoo. The symbol is Swahili and it stands for "no worries" aka "hakuna matata". :)

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swahili symbol for hakuna matata. hakuna matata literally translated means "there are no worries". - Funny thing, I actually looked this up about a year ago. Still love the idea :)

I think I would get this with the word "Amani" (the Swahili word for peace) and the outline of Africa replacing the second "a"

but with the word HOPE. and the outline of africa replacing the O. Going to have to draw some thing out.

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