women facts Selected as the most interesting among culture related questions in Culture quiz Among which people, women tatooed their mouth?Ainu. The Ainu are an indigenous people in Japan, today almost completely assimilated by the Japanese. The Ainu women tattooed their mouths, starting at a young age with a small spot on the upper lip, gradually increasing with size. When they reached age 15–16, their tattoos were completed. Thus were they qualified for marriage.Created by: globalquiz.orgethnology facts » What does the name 'Sophia' literally mean?Wisdom. Sophia means wisdom in Greek and Latin. Philosophia means "love of wisdom". ... So all Sophia Loren's fans could be called philosophers.Created by: Kasiawords facts » Which Muslim country was the first to elect woman to head of government?Pakistan. Noted for her charismatic authority, Benazir Bhutto was nicknamed "Iron Lady" because of her hard line against the trade unions and tough rhetorical opposition to her rivals. In 1988, she became the first woman elected to lead a Muslim state. Created by: Teddypoliticians facts » Where are these shoes from?China. Lotus shoes were worn by women in China who had bound feet. The tradition of foot binding to make them appear as small as a lotus bud lasted over a thousand years. It is no longer practiced, but some elderly Chinese women still survive today with disabilities related to their bound feet.Created by: globalquiz.orgChina facts » What does the word "geisha" literally mean?Artist. The word consists of two kanji, "gei" meaning "art" and "sha" meaning "person" or "doer".Created by: globalquiz.orgJapan facts » Under what stage name is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta known in the music industry?Lady Gaga. The Queen song "Radio Ga Ga" inspired her stage name: "I adored Freddie Mercury and Queen had a hit called 'Radio Gaga'"Created by: Kasiacelebrities facts » What country did Catherine the Great rule?Russia. Catherine the Second, also called Catherine the Great, was the most renowned and the longest-ruling female leader of Russia, reigning from 1762 until her death in 1796 at the age of 67, expanding much of Russia's borders.Created by: Roy Zhuworld facts » Maria Skłodowska-Curie was committed to her job. Did she have any children?Her daughter was awarded the Nobel Prize. Her first daughter, Irene, decided to follow her mother's life path and received the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1935. Her second daughter, Eva, a writer and politician, was known as the "First Lady of UNICEF". She was also nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in 1944.Created by: naypaxscientists facts » Play culture quiz and see all the questions.