Nga hau o te Ururangi, the wind which blew Karihi backwards and forwards in fierce gusts, as he tried to climb up the vine hanging from heaven, finally blowing him away from the vine and killing him,1 or nearly killing him.2
- Wohlers, J. F. H. (1875). "Mythology and Tradition of the Maori." New Zealand Institute, Transactions 7:3-53, pp. 19, 44.
- Grey, Sir George. (1855). Polynesian Mythology. London: John Murray, p. 44.
- Tregear, Edward. (1891). Maori-Polynesian Comparative Dictionary. Wellington: Government Printer, p. 581.