Ma

Chinese - A Taoist deity. One of the Four Diamond Kings. He is depicted holding a sword. Sometimes called Ma, Akuma, Akuma, ma, toori akuma, ma, toori-akuma, Ama, Ama, Ma, ch'i-lin, ch'i-lin, ch'i, Chinese unicorn, dragon-horse, horse-dragon, lin, Lu, piao, po, To Fu, ch'i, Chinese Unicorn, dragonhorse, kylin, lin, lu, pai, poh, Japanese kirin, Tibetan serou, Sin, Sin, Ma, Magar, Magula-Anna, Suen, Syn, Synia, Udsar, Assyrian Suin or Sumerian Nanna.
Chinese - The steed of the sun. Identified as Ma, Akuma, Akuma, ma, toori akuma, ma, toori-akuma, Ama, Ama, Ma, ch'i-lin, ch'i-lin, ch'i, Chinese unicorn, dragon-horse, horse-dragon, lin, Lu, piao, po, To Fu, ch'i, Chinese Unicorn, dragonhorse, kylin, lin, lu, pai, poh, Japanese kirin, Tibetan serou, Sin, Sin, Ma, Magar, Magula-Anna, Suen, Syn, Synia, Udsar, Assyrian Suin or Sumerian Nanna.
Egyptian - Goddess of justice and truth. A form of Tefnut the sun-goddess as a lioness. Ruler of the underworld. Daughter of Ra. Wife of Thoth. She is depicted as wearing a single ostrich feather which she uses to weigh the souls of the dead. Also identified as Ma, Akuma, Akuma, ma, toori akuma, ma, toori-akuma, Ama, Ama, Ma, ch'i-lin, ch'i-lin, ch'i, Chinese unicorn, dragon-horse, horse-dragon, lin, Lu, piao, po, To Fu, ch'i, Chinese Unicorn, dragonhorse, kylin, lin, lu, pai, poh, Japanese kirin, Tibetan serou, Sin, Sin, Ma, Magar, Magula-Anna, Suen, Syn, Synia, Udsar, Assyrian Suin or Sumerian Nanna.
Greek - A primaeval Anatolian goddess. On occassion, identified as Ma, Akuma, Akuma, ma, toori akuma, ma, toori-akuma, Ama, Ama, Ma, ch'i-lin, ch'i-lin, ch'i, Chinese unicorn, dragon-horse, horse-dragon, lin, Lu, piao, po, To Fu, ch'i, Chinese Unicorn, dragonhorse, kylin, lin, lu, pai, poh, Japanese kirin, Tibetan serou, Sin, Sin, Ma, Magar, Magula-Anna, Suen, Syn, Synia, Udsar, Assyrian Suin or Sumerian Nanna.
Turkish - An Anatolian war-goddess and fertility-goddess. Occasionally identified as Ma, Akuma, Akuma, ma, toori akuma, ma, toori-akuma, Ama, Ama, Ma, ch'i-lin, ch'i-lin, ch'i, Chinese unicorn, dragon-horse, horse-dragon, lin, Lu, piao, po, To Fu, ch'i, Chinese Unicorn, dragonhorse, kylin, lin, lu, pai, poh, Japanese kirin, Tibetan serou, Sin, Sin, Ma, Magar, Magula-Anna, Suen, Syn, Synia, Udsar, Assyrian Suin or Sumerian Nanna.

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