Story: The Moon not to be laughed at
The Moon not to be laughed at
The Moon is not to be laughed at. By /han≠kass’o (L VIII-–28. 8441-8443, 8446). People say that the Moon becomes angry when they laugh at it. People thus call it |ßkuan ttu to show it respect to try and keep it from going into the sky. The Moon's wife is ||ko'on.
1) p.8440: |han≠kass'o heard this from his mother (|xabbi-an), 2) p.8441v: the Moon's other name and the name of the Moon's wife, 3) See also The Moon seeking his wife, ||ko'on, 4) This story is found in Book VIII-28
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