Ātea (disambiguation)

  1. Ātea
    A vast space as personified as a supreme god.
  2. Ātea
    In a legend from Rarotonga, Cook Islands, a man who once argued with the god Tangaloa over the parentage of his newborn son.
  3. Ātea
    The god of husbandry, who brought good seasons with refreshing rains. He is the patron of agriculture and planting.
  4. Ātea
    The male principle. He and Hakahotu are the primary parents of the Tongarevans.
  5. Ātea
    The last of the Ages or Timespaces to be counted in the existence of the universe. It is the eighteenth upward from Te Kore.
    In: Māori mythology

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