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What is the name for Maori tattooing?

Ta moko, or Moko


Who owns the rights to ta moko?

The Maori have the rights to ta moko as it is a part of their culture.


What is the name for a maori tattoo?

Most people refer to the full facial tattoo for males and the chin tattoo for women as "Moko", or sometimes as "Ta Moko".


What is a Ta-Moko?

it is a tatto disingn


Who are allowed to wear ta moko?

no they shouldnt


When was Ta Moko first invented?

Ta Moko, the traditional Maori tattooing technique, has been practiced by the Maori people of New Zealand for centuries. It is believed to have originated around the 12th century, although the exact date of its invention is not known. Ta Moko holds significant cultural and spiritual meaning for the Maori, serving as a visual representation of their history, identity, and tribal affiliations.


What is the name given to maori tattoing?

Ta moko


What are tamokos?

ta moko is a maori design for a tamlkdhgkjalghkjg


What does puhoro mean?

Ta moko performed on the thighs


Who is allowed to wear a moko?

Anyone is allowed to wear Ta Moko but is is considered offensive and extremely rude to Maori if you decide to.


How was Ta Moko traditionally applied?

Ta Moko is a way of telling a story in an art form. The design shows what you have accomplished in your life this could be about your family or chosen line work. These are normally about your family history this being very important to Maori people. Some times Ta Moko can date back from 2000 years. They traditionally applied the design by caving the skin with an uhi (chisels). These chisels were made from albatross's bone, which was attached to a handle and struck with a mallet into the skin. To smooth the skin they would apply kauri tree gum combined with fat. Dead Caterpillars were used to make the pigment in Ta Moko they were dried, burnt and made into powder. The pigment or ink could also be made from burnt timber Anna.k


How was Ta-Moko traditionally applied?

Ta Moko is a way of telling a story in an art form. The design shows what you have accomplished in your life this could be about your family or chosen line work. These are normally about your family history this being very important to Maori people. Some times Ta Moko can date back from 2000 years. They traditionally applied the design by caving the skin with an uhi (chisels). These chisels were made from albatross's bone, which was attached to a handle and struck with a mallet into the skin. To smooth the skin they would apply kauri tree gum combined with fat. Dead Caterpillars were used to make the pigment in Ta Moko they were dried, burnt and made into powder. The pigment or ink could also be made from burnt timber Anna.k