A celestial deity, son of Ialulep, husband of Ilamamlul, and father of Iolofath and Khiou. He is said to have come down from the sky and taught men the arts of tattooing and hairdressing. He also told about the possibilities of the coconut palm.

Lugeilang interrogates the dead at their judging.



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