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" Teaoa, since closed up. The kings Rangi and Mokoiro trembled for their land; for it seemed as if everything would be destroyed by the devouring flames. To save Mangaia from utter destruction, they exerted themselves to the utmost, and finally succeeded... "
Myths and Songs from the South Pacific - Página 57
por William Wyatt Gill - 1876 - 328 páginas
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Error's Chains: How Forged and Broken. A Complete, Graphic, and Comparative ...

Frank Stockton Dobbins - 1883 - 753 páginas
...destroyed by the devouring flames. To save Mangaia from utter destruction, they exerted themselves to the utmost, and finally succeeded in putting out the fire....his sufferings ; and Mokoiro was ever after called Anai, or Smoke. The inhabitants of Mangaia availed themselves of the conflagration to get fire and...
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Error's Chains: How Forged and Broken. A Complete, Graphic, and Comparative ...

Frank Stockton Dobbins, Samuel Wells Williams, Isaac Hollister Hall - 1883 - 785 páginas
...destroyed by the devouring flames. To save Mangaia from utter destruction, they exerted themselves to the utmost, and finally succeeded in putting out the fire....his sufferings; and Mokoiro was ever after called Anai, or Smoke. HAWAIIAN WAR-GOD, Covered with red feathers, having seal's teeth and eyes of pearl....
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Fishes, Flowers & Fire as Elements and Deities in the Phallic Faiths ...

1800 - 97 páginas
...destroyed by the devouring flames. To save Mangaia from utter destruction, they excited themselves to the utmost, and finally succeeded in putting out the fire....his sufferings ; and Mokoiro was ever after called Anai, or Smoke." " The inhabitants of Mangaia availed themselves of the conflagration to get fire and...
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Astralmythen der Hebraeer, Babylonier und Aegypter: Teil. Esau

Eduard Stucken - 1901 - 657 páginas
...destroyed by the devouring flames. To save Mangaia from utter destruction, they exerted themselves to the utmost, and finally succeeded in putting out the fire....possession of the secret, they could not get new fire. But Mäui was never without fire in his dwelling: a circumstance that excited the surprise of all. Many...
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Astralmythen der Hebraeer, Babylonier und Aegypter: Teil. Esau

Eduard Stucken - 1901 - 657 páginas
...destroyed by the devouring flames. To save Mangaia from utter .destruction, they exerted themselves to the utmost, and finally succeeded in putting out the fire....cook food. But after a time the fire went out, and äs they were not in possession of the secret, they could not get new fire. But Mäui was never without...
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Astralmythen der Hebraeer, Babylonier und Aegypter: Teil. Esau

Eduard Stucken - 1901 - 657 páginas
...destroyed by the devouring flames. To save Mangaia from utter destruction, they exerted themselves to the utmost, and finally succeeded in putting out the fire....Watery-eyes, to commemorate his sufferings; and Mokoiro was IV. Esau. 381 ever after called Auai, or Smoke. The inhabitants of Mangaia availed themselves of the...
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Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, Volumen20

New Zealand Institute - 1888
...destroyed by the devouring flames. To save Mangaia from utter destruction, they exerted themselves to the utmost, and finally succeeded in putting out the fire....themselves of the conflagration to get fire, and to cook. But after a time the fire went out, and as tJiey were not in possession of the secret they could not...
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Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, Volumen20

New Zealand Institute - 1888
...utmost, and finally succeeded in putting out the fire. Eangi thenceforth adopted the new name of Mataima, (or " watery-eyes,") to commemorate his sufferings...themselves of the conflagration to get fire, and to cook. But after a time the fire went out, and as they were not in possession of the secret they could not...
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Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand, Volumen20

1888
...destroyed by the devouring flames. To save Mangaia from utter destruction, they exerted themselves to the utmost, and finally succeeded in putting out the fire. Rangi thenceforth adopted the new name of Mntamea, (or " watery-eyes,") to commemorate his sufferings ; and Mokoiro was ever after called Auai...
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