A god of the wind, son of Tāwhiri-mā-tea with whom he ruled the northwest wind. They were the chief wind gods.
In: Māori mythology
The progenitor of the Tiu tribe on Hiva Oa. His mother Niniano gave birth to an egg, which hatched into Tiu, a fishlike being.
An ancient Samoan chief noted for his bravery. The god Tagaloa gave him some pigeons and he created a house for them.