A deity of the Manobo (Kulaman) who is much like Mandarangan of the Bagobo and Lamot ta Mangayó of the Bilaan (who is also called Mandalangan). He is fond of war and bloodshed and when there has been a great slaughter he feasts on the flesh and drinks of the blood of the slain. Only warriors may address him and make the offerings of red food which he demands.
- Cole, Fay-Cooper. (1913). The Wild Tribes of Davao District, Mindanao. Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, p. 152.