Limu (Tongan mythology)

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In the Polynesian mythology of Tonga, Limu is the primeval Tongan god of creation, whose union with the goddess Kele produced the goddess Touiafutuna, from whom all creation descends.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Craig, Robert D., Dictionary of Polynesian Mythology (Greenwood Press: New York, 1989), 140
  2. ^ Reiter, F. X. (1907) "Traditions tonguiennes" Anthropos 2:230-240, 438-448, 743-754