North American - A moon-god of the Navaho Indians. Husband of Yolkai Estsan. He and Tsohanoai found some soil and grew a reed that allowed the Navaho, on their journey from the underworld, to escape from the flood. As a reward, he was appointed Moon-bearer. He is said to have created game and domestic animals. At times, known as Tlehanoai, Khlenonoai, Khlenonoai, Moon-bearer, Moon-bearer, Bekotshire or Bekotshire.

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