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Unit 4 Vocabulary - Shakki Sound when needles puncture skin...

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Unit 4 Vocabulary Tattoo- Indelible marks fixed upon a body by inserting pigment into the skin. Irezumi- Japanese word for tattoo Body Suit- Tattoo on the body that could be covered up completely by the kimono. Tebori- Art of tattooing by hand Bokashi- Shading from light to dark used when tattooing
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Unformatted text preview: Shakki- Sound when needles puncture skin. Moko- Male facial tattoo of the Maori- divided into eight sections. Pe’a- Flying fox (bat) - Guardian in their mythology. Malu- Tattoo on thighs only for Samoan women....
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