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In Basque mythology, Sugaar (also Sugar, Sugoi, Maju) is the male half of a pre-Christian Basque deity associated with storms and thunder. He is normally imagined as a dragon or serpent. Unlike his female consort, Mari, there are very few remaining legends about Sugaar. The basic purpose of his existence is to periodically join with Mari in the mountains to generate the storms.
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[Basque] The Basque divine spirit of thunder whose encounters with his consort Mari cause terrible thunderstorms or hailstorms. Unlike his wife, Maju is not usually helpful, and thus he is often associated to, or merged with, Ostots or Sugaar and Sugoi, the Snakes, two negative beings. Maju punishes children that have disobeyed their parents, or have been cursed by them.
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