Mamuli is an Indonesian word that originated on the island of Sumba and represents fertility for women. Mamuli honors women who are seen as life's caretakers and givers. The feminine center half and the masculine outside part make up the two components of the Mamuli's omega design. The feminine core, which resembles a woman's womb, stands for fertility and the strength of women. Animal and warrior decorations are common ways for males to display their masculine appearance, which symbolizes riches and strength.