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In Inuit mythology, Tulugaak was the creator of light. The meaning of /tulugaq/ is 'raven';[1] cf. the god Tuluŋigraq ("something like a raven"[2]).


  1. ^ Lowenstein 1992, p. 214
  2. ^ Lowenstein 1992, p. 10


  • Lowenstein, Tom; Asatchaq (informant); Tukummiq (translator) (1992). The Things That Were Said of Them : Shaman Stories and Oral Histories of the Tikiġaq People. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. ISBN 0-520-06569-7.  Cite uses deprecated parameter |coauthors= (help)