, Oü mo Büan, Uhing mo Üan". Here, Moon (büan), a feminine entity, always occurs paired with Day (oü), a male entity (actually referring to the sun, maton oü). The referents of this more or less frozen formulaic invocation have been forgotten, so Moon"s and Day"s roles could not be clarified, and neither could the identities and functions of several other deities, p.36

, The lunar cycle is widely recognized as having an influence on the weather, the natural world, especially plants, as well as on all sorts of human activities, and Aoheng always want to "look for [a propitious phase of] the moon" (nyaha büan) when planning and scheduling important work (sowing rice, going on an expedition, building a house

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