Bugid Y Aiba

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Bugid Y Aiba is a loa of war in Vodou, and especially in Haiti and Puerto Rico.

Etymology[edit]

Bugid Y Aiba is Arawak in origin, inherited from the Haitian and Puerto Rican Taíno ancestors from their three principal deities: Bugia, Bradama and Aiba.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ According to the Atlantic Journal and Friend of Knowledge, by C.S Rafanisque