( Uma Long Dusun
Kalabit . Long Utan
Ot - Danum Ulu J Ajar, etc. ]
Bakatan and Ukit-I
9 Simple geometrical design (a stippled a ). Forearm and back of hand ? ?
6 Stomach, breast, arm .... None . Partly as a tally of enemies slam.
6 Scroll design and circles.... Above the knee-cap; on the breast (Practice obsolescent). None . ?
9 Parallel lines...... Arm and back of hand .... ? None ? Ornament.
6 As with Dusuns..... ? ?
9 Zigzags and chevrons .... Forearms, the lower part of the leg Very little . ?
9 Complicated serial geometrical designs. As with Long Glat..... ? . . ?
6 Complicated serial geometrical designs, scrolls, zoomorphs, etc. Almost the whole body including the face amongst some of the sub-tribes. ? . . . With some sub-tribes to signify success in war and love, manual dexterity, etc.
9 ? ? . ..... ? ? as with Long Glat ? . . . ?
6 Curved lines^ discs, and simple geometrical designs. On breast, stomach, outside of arms and thighs, calf of leg. ? None In some cases a sign of bravery.
9 Simple designs like those of the Uma Tow Kenyahs (low-class 9 9)- High-class 9 9 like Long Glat? Shin, thigh, and calf of leg . ? . . . ?
6 On breast, stomach, throat, arms . ? . . . ?
6 Chiefly scroll and circle designs. Nearly all represented in a negative.a Jaws, throat, breast, back, shoulders, forearms, thighs, calf of leg, ankles, feet and backs of hands. Obsolete . Sign of bravery and experience in war, symbol of maturity.
9 Anthropomorphic, lines, representation of a bead. Forearm, wrist, metacarpals . None Ornament.
6 Degraded Kayan and Bakatan designs. Almost every part of the body, except the face. None Ornament.
9 Breasts and calves of legs None Ornament.