Laʻa Maomao

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In Hawaiian mythology, Laʻa Maomao is the god of the wind. He was said to be created in the midst of chaos by his father, the sun god. Largely a benevolent entity, he is the god of forgiveness.[1]

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  1. ^ A Vocabulary of Words in the Hawaiian Language by Lorrin Andrews