The youngest son of Rangi and Papa. Rū represents subterranean fire, and is responsible for volcanic outbursts and earthquakes.
In: Māori mythology
A Tahitian god, also known as Rū-'āfa'i-ra'i, who divided the earth in north, east, south, and west.
The supporter of the heavens. His wife is Buataranga, by whom he is the father of Māui.