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c. As god of fire-making:
Lono-pele, Lono-makua:
Lono-in-lava-flow, Lono-Father.
1) In firesticks, the 'aunaki (grooved, light wood); ' aulima (held in the land, hard wood) (Polynesian fire-plow method).
2) Lono-pele, Lono-makua: names of the volcano goddess; Pele god of fire-making.
d. Other kinolau of the god Lono.
1) "Pig-fish" forms of Kamapua'a/Lono:
humuhumu-nukunuku-a-pua'a: Rhinecanthus aculeatus
humuhumu: all triggerfishes
kumu: Upeneus prophyreus, goatfish
'ohua palemo: young of uhu, parrotfish
paulu: surgeonfish
pawalu: oilfish (Ruvettus pretiosus)
2) Sacred black color: hiwa, hiwahiwa (as of sacrificial pig).
Shiny black color: hinu, hinuhinu (as of sacrificial banana).
3) Lono-muku: Lono-cut-off (as moon phases, dark night)
Another name for Hina-hanai-a-ka-malama, goddess of the moon.

3. Symbollzation of the god Kane:

a. Atmospheric and geophysical phenomena:
1) Kane-nui-akea: sky
2) Kane-ka-'onohi-o'ka-la: sun
3) Kane-i-ka-hoku-lani: star
4) Kane-hekili: thunder
Kane-i-ka-leo-lono-nui
Kane-i-ka-leo-lono-iki
Kane-i-ka-leo-'ula-nui
5) Kane-wawahi-lani
Kane-uila-ma(ka)-ke-ha-'i-ka-lani: lightning
Kane-i-ka-poha(ku)-ka•a: hailstones
6) Kane-i-ka-punohu-'ula: red rainbow
Kane-i-ke-anuenue: rainbow
Ke-ao-popolo-hua-mea-a-Kane: purple thunderhead
7) Kane-i-ke-pili: cloudburst, atmosphere
Kane-i-ka-ua: rain
Kane-i-ke-ao-lani: heavenly cloud
Kane-i-ke-ao-luna: upper clouds
Kane-i-ke-ao-lewa-lalo: lower clouds
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