Pacific Islands - A plant from which an intoxicating. Drink is brewed: the drink so brewed. The Tongans say that a poor couple, Fevanga and Fenala, killed and cooked their baby daughter, Kavaonau, to feed the god Loa in a time of famine. He ordered that the head and body should separately receive a chief's burial. From the head came the first kava plant and from the body came the sugar cane. In some accounts, referred to as kava, Kaba, Kaba, Kava or Russian Chuvash.


Persian - A smith-god. Occasionally referred to as Kava, Kaba, Kaba or Russian Chuvash.

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