Men’s ceremonial initiation tattoos (Heads of men (with pattern of a leaf, jungle vines, siha'e fruit design of the bellybutton)). The border and the central band that runs through the noige are orriseege (pathways) and provide a compositional framework for the design. Dapeni has painted Ujawe sor'e men's initiation rite tattoo designs. Dapeni's father told her how her grandfather lived in a guai, a underground site where he underwent his initiation tattooing. The streams of zig-zags are taihu taigu'e and would often be tattooed on the upper arms of boys for their initiation into manhood. The design is very old and some Omie people believe that it may have originated from a pattern seen on a leaf. The curly ends are odunaigo'e, a climbing jungle vine with thorns and tendrils. The small diamond designs represent the fruit of the sihe tree. Sihe is a yellow fruit found in the rain forest and often eaten by cassowaries. In the time of the Ancestors during times of tribal warfare, the Omie male warriors struggled to find food whole they were in the bush. They survived by chewing the sihe fruit, swallowing the juice and spitting the pulp out. The siha'e design is sometimes also called vinohu'e and the means design of the belly button. The diamond shape was tattooed around men's naval's during Ujawe initiation rite. The circular designs are asimano'e, th heads of living mean complete with ears and eyes. Dapani explains how this design is uehero (her own wisdom) and came to her in a dream.