guildcraft arts and crafts The instruments utilised by Maori individuals were items of bone, shell, called uhi, that had been struck with mallet in to the skin. This process was painful; sometimes the cuts were so deep that they can experienced the cheek. The procedure was really a ritual, with dances and different chants. During the tattooing process everyone was prohibited from eating and having sexual relations. A hookah (uqqa, which in Arabic means small box, jar or jug), shisha (Shishe in Persian meaning glass), or narguile (in Persian n?rgil meaning coconut), is a traditional smoking hookah, also called hookah or kalian. It is often a pipe containing water rolling around in its base, a suction tube, the aroma container which can be covered with aluminum foil, an together with which can be placed the components of coal. It is used mainly in North Africa, from Morocco to Egypt.