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([paternal-] Uncle-Lord) Pan Slavonic God of sky, air and wind, and one of the eight primary deities. He is said to be the ancestor of eight grandsons, each the Wind of a particular direction.
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- the winds, “the scions of Stribog” (Striboži vnuci), blowing from the (Black) sea Stribog seems to be based on a distinction betwen the good and the evil, i.e.
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