Mèness

In Latvian mythology, Meness was the god of the moon and the patron of travelers and soldiers. He was one of the suitors of Saules meitas. Meness counted the stars and determined that Auseklis was missing, and stole Auseklis' bride. He was usually a rival of Saules, the sun.

Alternative: Meness, Mehness


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