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In Finnish mythology, Tuoni was the god of Tuonela (the underworld), and the husband of Tuonetar[1]. Their children included Kipu-Tyttö and Loviatar, who were divinities of suffering.[2]


  1. ^ Parker, Janet; Stanton, Julie, eds. (2004). Mythology Myths, Legends, & Fantasies. Global Book Publishing. p. 253. ISBN 9780785817901.
  2. ^ Aldrington, Richard; Ames, Delano, eds. (1959). Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology. Prometheus Press. p. 316. ISBN 1566195705.