Rona

New Zealand - A Maori god. He fights perpetually with the moon, causing it to wax and wane, because the moon abducted his wife. In some accounts, Rona is female, a girl carried off by the moon as she went to fetch water. Rona is also a name for Ina the moon-goddess. Also commonly identified as Rona, Ina, Ina, Samoan (Ma) Sina or Tahitian Hina.
Pacific Islands - A female cannibal of Tahiti. Mother of Hina. She devoured Monoi, her daughter's lover and Hina, helped by No'ahuruhuru, killed her mother. Also commonly referred to as Rona, Ina, Ina, Samoan (Ma) Sina or Tahitian Hina.

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