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    Mano - Saami Moon Goddess In Sami mythology, Mano, Manno, Aske, or Manna is a personification of the moon as a female deity.

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Kuu is a Moon goddess in Finnish mythology. According to the Kalevala, the daughter of the air goddess Ilmatar allowed a teal to lay its egg on her knee as she floated in the abyss. The egg fell and its parts formed the universe: the white of the egg became the moon, and the yolk the sun.

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Niekija is a Sami Goddess, the lovely daughter of the Moon with silver hair. When Beaivvas sent his son Peivalke to woo Her, Peivalke himself fell for Her. When the Moon concealed Her on an island, She was seen by Nainnas, leader of the Northern Lights, who also fell for Her, and She for Him. But She remained with her Mother the Moon, and the lovers look at each other across the night sky.