A god of peace and plenty, but primarily of agriculture, of fertility, and of food. In some areas he is regarded as a war god.
A god of fish in the Chatham Islands.
With Uenga, the god of the wind Tokerau.
At Mangaia, Rongo is called the son of Vātea (Daylight) and Papa. Rongo was bom twin with Tangaroa, Rongo being born first.
In: Māori mythology