|Related Symbols:||喜 (yorokobi: joy), 悲 (kanasimi: sadness)|
|Compound Words:||激怒 (gekido: fury), 喜怒哀楽(kidoairaku: emotions )|
Japanese symbol for anger. Although it looks cool as an artistic symbol, it indicates the way female slaves are suppressed mentally, showing the extreme emotion of the suppressed; the anger that is never eased.
奴 + 心 = 怒
The symbol has two parts. “奴” means “female slave,” and “心” meaning “mind.” Putting altogether, it indicates the mind of female slaves. Imagine how they live their lives with hidden emotions in mind. No joy, no pleasure, no nothing. What represents their mind is anger. This is what the symbol shows you. It’s deep.
The symbol is frequently used in daily life just like “anger” in English.
Who to get this symbol for tattoo
Definitely for angry guys. Release your extreme emotion by getting it for tattoo. You don’t have to be physical to show your anger. Let the symbol talk about it.