The "yellow-faced honey-eater," the bird who established the totemic places and who transformed the mythical peoples into the totemic object or animal. He taught the Tiwi the associated rules and customs. Among his many wives are Waia and Paninduela.
- Mountford, Charles P. (1958). The Tiwi: Their Art, Myth, and Ceremony. London: Phoenix House, pp. 25, 31, 35-36, 39.