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  • curprev 10:10, 21 April 2022Admin talk contribs 3,313 bytes +528 →‎Description Tag: Visual edit
  • curprev 10:07, 21 April 2022Admin talk contribs 2,785 bytes +2,785 Created page with "In Western and Eastern Polynesia '''Aitu''' are known as ghosts or spirits, often unkind and malicious. ==Etymology== The word is common to many languages of Western and Eastern Polynesia. In the mythology of Tonga, for example, ʻaitu or ʻeitu are lesser gods, many being patrons of specific villages and families. They often take the form of plants or animals, and are often more cruel than other gods. These trouble-making gods are regarded as having come from Samoa. T..."