As the story goes, this girl wanted to write "I love XXX" (boyfriend's name) in Hebrew and tried to accomplish the task using Babylon translation software.
See, Mercy in Hebrew is "Chesed", but turn the letter Dalet into a Resh, and you've ended up with "Cheser", which means something else entirely. In the Hebrew language, every little stroke can turn your chosen letter into something else entirely. Hebrew tattoos are increasing in popularity day by day as more and more celebrities around the world are choosing to sport tattoos in this ancient language. The Hebrew tattoo designs presented in this site are ideal for both men and women and can be worn on any part of the body.

She even asked an Israeli friend to provide the correct translation for her Hebrew tattoo, but to no avail.
Unlike English, Hebrew is written right-to-left, so the rightmost letter should be on top, in a vertical tattoo. It just so happened that when trying to render her tattoo vertically, some letters were rotated and some were not, creating this very strange result. The statue has borderline rendition of the letter He, but the tattoo totally crossed that border. Hebrew tattoos can have a deep spiritual significance for the wearer and can denote a wide range of meanings such as faith, love or courage.

One may also choose to inscribe certain messages in Hebrew that have a personal significance for the wearer. Other popular tattoo designs include Hebrew phrases such as “Hephzibah”, “Love is life”, “Strength”, “I can do all things through Him” and “He has risen”.

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