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The southern Sami bookmobile in Nordland, Norway, with symbols from sami drums as decorations. Bieggolmai (or perhaps an Akka) is shown left, next to the window.

Bieggolmai ("the man of the wind") was the unpredictable deity of the summer winds and storms in Sami mythology. He is generally portrayed with two shovels in his hands, which he used to shuffle the winds into and out of his cave.[1]

His winter counterpart is Biegkegaellies.