Jordan Morris’ 4 Tattoos & Their Meanings

Jordan Morris is an American soccer player from Mercer Island. He plays as a forward for Seattle Sounders FC in Major League Soccer and for the US national team. His international career started in May 2013 and in April 2015 he scored his first goal in the international championship against Mexico.

Jordon Morris

1. ‘T1D’ Tattoo

Morris T1D Tattoo

Tattoo: On his right forearm, Jordon has got a tattoo that says, ‘T1D’.

Meaning: T1D is the acronym that stands for ‘diabetes mellitus type 1‘. Jordon got this inked in order to let people know about his identity that he is a diabetic patient and in case of emergency they can help him immediately.

2. ‘Carpe Diem’ Tattoo

Jordon carpe diem

Tattoo: On his left forearm there is a tattoo of the phrase, ‘Carpe Diem’. Along with the phrase, there’s a fallen tree inked.

Meaning: Carpe Diem is a Latin phrase that means “seize the day” when translated into English. People get it tattooed to remember that they should focus more on the present rather than worrying about the future or the future consequences.

3. Bicep Tattoo

Jordon bicep tattoo

Tattoo: On his left bicep there is a tattoo of a small boy inked along with the lines from 2 Corinthians 5:7 which says, ‘For we walk by faith, not by sight.’

4. ‘Cross and Angel Wings’ Tattoo

Jordon angel wings tattoo

Tattoo: On his left bicep, Jordon has got a cross and a pair of angel wings tattooed.

Meaning: Cross and angel wings are the symbol of religious freedom,  however, people get them inked as a way of paying tribute to a loved one who is no more in this world.

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