Word Origin for atua
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How to use atua in a sentence
Yet the word Atua denotes gods who are recognised as ghosts of chiefs, no less than it denotes the supreme existence.Myth, Ritual, and Religion, Vol. 1|Andrew Lang
The white man's God they believe to be altogether a different being from their own atua.John Rutherford, the White Chief|George Lillie Craik
When this was done it was taken possession of by the Atua, whose spirit entered it.The Evolution of Theology: An Anthropological Study|Thomas Henry Huxley
On the morrow of the fight at Vaitele, an Atua man discovered a body lying in the bush: he took the head.
With Atua, the other disaffected province, we have been and are on the brink of 406 war.