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concerned tattooee

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酔 is a Japanese variant of 醉, meaning drunk or intoxicated, so 昆酔 is probably a Japanese word. I don't speak Japanese, so I've no idea what it means.


However, a rough Classical Chinese translation of this could be "drunk together" (the original meaning of 昆 was something like modern Chinese 一起 or 共同). Seeing as you said this was a tattoo you got with a number of other people, I'm going to go out on a limb and say this was what you were going for. Am I right?

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