Polynesian turtle tattoos are a sign of fertility and wellness in Polynesian culture. The tattoos can also be used to mean unity or the importance of family. More »

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When best friends decide to get tattoos to make a statement about their friendship, they can choose between symbolic flower designs, bracelet tattoos, lettering that denotes the friendship, matching or mirror-image tatto... More »

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Common Polynesian tattoo designs include images of Tiki, turtle shells, suns, canoes, ocean waves, shark teeth, lizards, spearheads, Marquesan crosses and figures known as enata. Enata designs are used to convey informat... More »

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Many of the meanings associated with Polynesian tattoos extend from what the particular design is referencing. For example, designs may depict the tiki, shells, the Marquesan cross, the sun, the ocean or shark teeth, wit... More »

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Polynesian symbols are designs that have significant meaning in Polynesian culture. An example of a Polynesian symbol is the turtle shell, which is a sign for fertility and peace. More »

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Polynesian tattoos can be found on the "A Polynesian Tattoo" website. There are also images of Polynesian tattoos and details about the history of the body art on the Polynesian Tribal Tattoo website. More »

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Fijian tattoos, part of the Polynesian tribal tattoo tradition, typically consist of intricate series of black repeating pattern designs. The patterns are usually geometric, but they may include fish, palm trees, hibiscu... More »