What Do Rings on Each Finger Mean?


The thumb finger means that logic and will power thinking; the Index finger means authority and ambition; the middle finger means emotion, heart and creativity and the little finger represents relationship and confidence in both personal relationships and business.
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The fingers of a ring wearer have different symbolism. The thumb symbolizes the will power in a person. The index finger represents authority, leadership and ambition. The middle finger represents individuality of a person. The ring finger is the fourth finger and the little finger represents everything about relationships.
Rings have different meanings and significance on the fingers. It also depends on the historic and religious symbolic meanings. In Roman Catholic, the thumb and the first fingers of the hand were used to represent the Holy trinity. The finger nearest the pinkie on the left hand was for the wedding ring. The palmistry had different opinion as they named each finger for a Greek god.
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