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For the mountain in Peru, see Pirwa (Peru).
The name may derive from the Hittite peruna or "cliff", and the Pirwa worship seems to have involved horses and horse-related symbols. The deity may also be a reflex of the Proto-Indo-European deity Perkwunos.
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