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The chief god of the Chukchi peoples. In Chukchi religious lore, Nu'tenut lived in a house built of iron. His retinue of attendants included the spirits of the earth, of light and darkness, of the sea, the sun, the moon and the sky.
- Waldemar Bogoras (1909). The Chukchee. E.J. Brill Limited. p. 306.
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