Ara

East Indian - In the lore of the Iban of Borneo, a primaeval creator. Ara and Irik flew, in the form of birds, over the primordial ocean. They drew two eggs from the waters and from them they made earth and sky. They then made men from soil and gave them life. Also referred to as Ara, Er, Er or Ara.
Greek - A goddess of retribution and destruction. This name was also used for the destructive sisters, the Furies. Occasionally referred to as Ara, Er, Er or Ara.

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