Murimuria

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In Fijian mythology, Murimuria is part of the underworld. After a man dies, his soul is judged by the god called Degei. A few go to Burotu, and the rest are thrown into a lake. They eventually sink to the bottom, Murimuria, and are rewarded and punished appropriately.

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  • T. Williams, J. Calvert, Fiji and the Fijians, Heylin, 1858.