A deity of the Ifugao, responsible for the pacification at drink-fests. He also afflicts with arthritis. His sister and wife is the fertility goddess Bugan inWigan. They were the sole survivors after the flood.

Among the Kiangan he is a creator god. He is also known among the Kankanay.



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