1st section of Kumu-lipo (Kumu-uli-po); Maori ante-diluvians; Lakota

Hawai>ian -- Kumu-lipo (cited by line #)

Maori "Priests and Chiefs before the Flood -- AHM, Vol. I

La-kota AKAN "deity" -- LM {cf. >AKAN, burier in earth of treasure (YHWS^< 7:10-22)}

     

15 -ko>ako>a (= *TOKATOKA)

4th TaKA-ro (p. 166)

TOKA (p. 206)

 

Hou-mea [cf. Marquesan Haumei, devourer of eyen (HM, p. 289) -- eyen fastened to +Roi-MATAGOTAGO (HM, p. 247): cf. Maori MAtuku-TANOTANO with tree maku>u-kao (HM, p. 287)]

+Maka-akan "earth-goddess" (p. 207) {cf . Skt. earth-goddess BHUMi with Tuamotuan goddess Faumea (HM, p. 289) < *BaUMea}

 

5th Tu-tawake holding HANi (p. 166)

Inyan with HAN (p. 206)

20 >INa "stone octopus-sinker"

battle of Tai-paripari "flowing tide"

INyan "stone" gave his blue blood (p. 207) {cf. INyal-t.hinyal (NShOT, p. 572) of the "white stone" (ibid., p. 573}

 

6th Rua-tai-ao spake (pp. 166-7), and raised his left hand {cf. Huitzil-opochtli}

S^kan spake (p. 207)

 

7th Marohi preached doctrines (p. 167)

"decree" (p. 208)

 

8th WHeNa "like as" (p. 167)

HaN remained like as already, and

 

9th Nga-tahua "the mounds" (p. 167) the filial [filial devotion at parents' burial mounds ?]

was banished to the regions under the world (p. 208)

 

10th Tu-rangi, who strictly fulfilled all laws of Tane the god of illumination (p. 167)

Anp = illumination (p. 208)

33 WI

11th WI (p. 167)

WI-akan (p. 209)

 

WA "crease" (p. 167)

WAkinyan, seeing of whom maketh one clownish [of creased mind ?] (p. 213)

126 -MILU-

MIRU "solid" (p. 167)

Heyoka "restorer" who restoreth sound [solid ?] mind (p. 214)

 

12th Hua "egg" (p. 168)

egg of Wakinyan "thunderbird" (p. 214)

149 AO

13th AO-riri "calm after strife" (p. 168)

Ksa, who was "very amiable" (p. 215)

 

14th Puta, whose child died with big-toe amputated [cf. pirouetting on big-toe of Norse north-star god]

the babe Ibom (p. 216), who is the cyclone (p. 396, n. 16)

153 EHu

Mata-EHo the wicked (despiser of temples) (p. 168)

Gnas the wicked (p. 217)

 

15th Te-morina, thank-offerings for food (p. 169)

feast (pp. 220-1)

 

16th Ranga-werewere "collect parts", whose appearance never changed (p. 169)

"decreed that ... the Gods should be as they then were" (p. 222)

 

17th Tu-te-raki-paoa "stand in the smoky heaven" (p. 169)

"toasting ... odor filled the lodge" (p. 222)

 

18th Hui-aua "confluence of water" (p. 169)

"waterfalls" (p. 223)

 

19th Rua-tupua, perplexed (p. 169)

"plots and schemes" (p. 224)

 

20th Te-whai-po -- "His skin was ... all white and leprous." (p. 169)

"of the white fruits" were created the first mortal human (p. 225)

 

21st Kae-ho "pouting" (p. 169) [pouting = extending the lips --as, to give advice ?]

"nagi, which is a spirit that advises the conduct of each being" (p. 225)

 

22nd Ngaru-ai-papa "rippling on the earth" (p. 169)

"warmth" (p. 226) [cf. heat-ripples in the air, visible over long distances in scenery]

 

23rd Tu-ake "stand authentic" (p. 169)

"niya, which is a ghost that is the breath of life and is a witness to the advice" (p. 226) [a witness authenticating, like the Holy Ghost in Epistle to the Romans 9:1]

 

24th Tukituki-papa -- "He who worshipped at the loins of God." (p. 169){cf. hermai = ithyphallic idols}

"impart to each a sicun, which is that which gives power to produce offspring" (p. 226)

 

{cf. Hermes as conductor of soul into into realm of Hades}

"sicun ... is given to him at birth to guard him against the evil spirits and at death is conducts himto the land of the spirits, bur it does not go there itself." (p. 397, n. 23)

 

25th Taketake "who knew how to build a beautiful house for himself" (p. 169)

Pte -- "each family had a lodge with walls" (p. 226)

 

26th Rongo-nui "far-famed" (p. 169)

"boasted" (p. 227)

 

27th Tu-rangi "fierce ... to wage war" (p. 170)

"to cause discord among the Gods" (p. 227)

 

28th Tu-te-hou-nuku "who burrows into the earth" (p. 170)

retirement "to the caverns" (p. 228)

 

29th Pu-mate-aio "origin of calms" (p. 170)

"consoled" (p. 228)

 

30th Tu-hoto-ariki "sobbing lord as he stands" (p. 170)

Iya "suffered pains" (p. 230)

 

31st Waiho-nuku "leave the world" (p. 170)

"lonely in my domain" (p. 230)

 

32nd Rupe-tu "shake violently while standing" (p. 170)

"tossed the water in great waves" (p. 231)

 

33rd Raki-nuia "heaven made great" (p.170)

upper-atmosphaere-god conquered lower-atmosphaere-god (p. 231)

 

34th Tahau-ri "front of thigh screened" (p. 170)

"robes" (p. 232)

 

35th Tau-tini for "the world" (p. 170)

"All exist for the world" (p. 234)

 

36th Tari who "discovered and taught the art of making fish-hooks from wood." (p. 170)

"he caused to be ... nuts" (p.235) {cf. Irish myth of nut-eating salmon}

285-94 insects

 

insects (p. 236)

296-322 birds

 

birds (pp. 237-239)

399-401 turtles

 

Keya "turtle" (p. 243)

669 HAPOPO "partially blind"

HAPOPO, who "folded up the sun" (p. 181)

 

further such parallelism:--

HM, p. 284

Maori

S^into

     

Kani-ka-WI & Kani-wa-WA, two blossoms which sing

11th WI & WA

"song of A & WA", commemorating the sequence to the syllabary (HL, pp. 37, 40-41, 56)

NShOT = Gregory Maskarinec: Nepalese Shaman Oral Texts. Harvard U. Pr, 1998.

AHM = John White: The Ancient History of the Maori. Vol. I. Wellington, 1887.

LM = James R. Walker (edited by Elaine A. Jahner): Lakota Myth. U. of Nebraska Pr, 1983.

HM = Martha Beckwith: Hawaiian Mythology. Yale U. Pr, 1940.

HL = Yoshinosuke Matsumoto (transl. by Andrew Driver): The Hotsuma Legends. Japan Translation Centre, Tokyo, 1999.