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11. Anchors Aweigh

Anchors Aweigh

Not all tattoo meanings are ominous. To deserve an anchor tattoo, you generally need to have served in the U.S. Navy.

12. Dot to Dot

Dot to Dot

See a lot of three-dot tattoos making a sort of triangle? It represents "Mi Vida Loca" or "my crazy life" and is usually used by Hispanics and often by Hispanic gangs.

13. Is He Really a Killer?

Is He Really a Killer?

We've all heard the urban legend. If you have a teardrop tattoo, it means you've killed someone. Sometimes. But not always. Amar'e Stoudemire got his to pay homage to his dead brother. When asked about his teardrop, Lil Wayne, shown here, merely replied, "Lord, forgive me."

14. Every King Needs His Crown

Every King Needs His Crown

The five-point crown identifies the wearer as a member of the Latin Kings gang. A.L.K.N. stands for Almighty Latin King Nation.

15. Dot to Dot

Dot to Dot

See a lot of three-dot tattoos making a sort of triangle? It represents "Mi Vida Loca" or "my crazy life" and is usually used by Hispanics and often by Hispanic gangs.

16. Is He Really a Killer?

Is He Really a Killer?

We've all heard the urban legend. If you have a teardrop tattoo, it means you've killed someone. Sometimes. But not always. Amar'e Stoudemire got his to pay homage to his dead brother. When asked about his teardrop, Lil Wayne, shown here, merely replied, "Lord, forgive me."

17. Every King Needs His Crown

Every King Needs His Crown

The five-point crown identifies the wearer as a member of the Latin Kings gang. A.L.K.N. stands for Almighty Latin King Nation.

18. Dot to Dot

Dot to Dot

See a lot of three-dot tattoos making a sort of triangle? It represents "Mi Vida Loca" or "my crazy life" and is usually used by Hispanics and often by Hispanic gangs.

19. Is He Really a Killer?

Is He Really a Killer?

We've all heard the urban legend. If you have a teardrop tattoo, it means you've killed someone. Sometimes. But not always. Amar'e Stoudemire got his to pay homage to his dead brother. When asked about his teardrop, Lil Wayne, shown here, merely replied, "Lord, forgive me."

20. Every King Needs His Crown

Every King Needs His Crown

The five-point crown identifies the wearer as a member of the Latin Kings gang. A.L.K.N. stands for Almighty Latin King Nation.



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