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be challenged and removed. (December 2009). In Inuit mythology, Pukkeenegak is a goddess of children, pregnancy, childbirth and the making of clothes.
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cared for souls in the [[underworld]] ([[Adlivun].
PUKKEENEGAK : The deity from Native American Mythology
PUKKEENEGAK: The deity. Eskimo Goddess of Childcare and Clothes-Making. The limited nature of available....
Keoka Maine Coons Yawning Competition
Pukkeenegak has a good one, with a partial ear yawn, eyes screwed up shut and no care at all about making my monitor overheat.
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