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|Alternate Names/Spellings||Anog Ite, Anuk Ite, Anuk-Ité, Anuk Ite Win, Anukite, Double Face (Double-Face), Double Faces (Double-Faces), Doubleface, Doublefaces, Hestovatohkeo'o, Héstova'kéhe, Héstóvátóhke, (Cheyenne) Héstova'éhe, Sharp-Elbows, Two Face (Two-Face), Two Faced (Two-Faced), Two Faced One (Two-Faced One), Two Faces (Two-Faces), Twoface, Twofaced, Twofaces, (Sioux) Winyan Nupa|
|Element||Darkness/Shadow, Life/Death/Blood, Light, Mind/Spirit/Psychic,|
The Anuk-Ite is a creature with origins in Native American mythology, legend and folklore. In particular, accounts of its existence arises in the mythology, legend and folklore of Cheyenne, Omaha and Sioux Native American tribes.
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