A deity mentioned in a Māori invocation:
- "There stands the consecrated staff;
- It is the staff sacred to the God Turora, to Rereahi
- And to Turongo.
- There is the holy staff;
- There, there it stands.
- There stands the staff,
- With the toctoc sacred to the God Haka
- And to Haua.
- There stands the holy staff;
- There, there it stands."
Toctoc is a species of reeds, the leaves of which were tied on the staff.
- Grey, Sir George. (1855). Polynesian Mythology. Auckland: Brett, p. 220.