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Native American Legends: Cuaiguerry
Tribal affiliation: Achagua
Alternate spellings: Cuaygerri, Guaigerri, Guaygerri, Cuaigerri
Type: High gods,
Cuaiguerry was the principal god of the Achagua tribe, associated with the wind. His name is said to mean "he sees all."
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