Abaangui

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Abaangui is the moon god in the mythology of the Guaraní people of central South America.

According to the myth, Abaangui had a huge nose, which he cut off. When he threw it into the sky, it became the moon.

He is described as being a culture hero of the Guaraní, with his brother Zaguaguayu.[1]

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  1. ^ Jobes, Gertrude. Dictionary of Mythology Folklore and Symbols. New York:The Scarecrow Press, 1962.

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