Friday, March 10, 2006
"Skin, Hair, Body"
This tattoo was shown in March 7th of BMEzine’s kanji gallery without any caption.
The first character 革 (leather, skin) and last character 身 (body) are done correctly. I am having trouble on deciding if the owner wanted 亳 (capitol of Anhui province) or 毫 (hair, milli-) in the center.
As of right now, I think it should be 革毫身, which means “skin, hair, body”.
In a previous post, owner of a 亳 claims she was told it meant “carpe diem”, which is wrong.
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