South American - An Inca king. In one story of the origins of the Incas, the land was divided into four parts, each ruled by a king, when the waters of the flood subsided. One king was Tocay, who was given the west; the others were Colla, Manco Capac and Pinahua. In some accounts he is Ayar Cachi, in other versions of the story he is the same as Tocapo Viracocha. In some references, known as Tocay, Tocapo Viracocha, Tocapo Viracocha, Tukupay, Tucupay, Tunapa, Tokay, Tokay, Virabhadra, Viracocha, Viracocha, Arunaua, Con Ticci Viracocha, Huiracocha, Tuapaca, Vairacocha, Wiraqocha, Zapala, (Con) Ticci Viracocha, Illa(-Tiki), Kon-Tiki, Tici, Inca Thunupa or Taripaca.

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