The particular word in Tetun for bringing offerings and paying respect is hanai (from halo = to make, nai = deity) meaning to praise the deities of the great sacred and the great heat (nai lulik waik, nai manas waik) present in the sacred house, in the sacred springs, sacred lands, and also in the graves of the ancestors.
Thirdly, the 'custodian of the tracks' (inuk nain) and the 'custodian of the path' (dalan nain), named Bei Leki Nai and Bei Nai Berek, are entreated by 'the deity of the great sacred, the deity of the great heat' (nai lulik waik, nai manas waik) through the previously mentioned first king of Fatumea, Bau Nahak (Bau Halek), (8) to plant two fast growing species of tree called ai donu and ai kala across the emerging lands, thereby stabilising the earth, providing fodder and enabling fire.
since he [God] hes put his work in your waik
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