Fisaga in polynesian mythology is the god of the light and the gentle breeze, and is the only wind god that Maui did not take control of.[1]

In the Samoan language, fisaga refers to a “gentle, pleasant wind associated with good weather.”[2]


  1. ^ Faber, Pamela; Rull, Laura (2017). "Chapter 19: Written In The Wind: Cultural Variation In Terminology". In Grygiel, Marcin (ed.). Cognitive Approaches to Specialist Languages. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 419–442. ISBN 978-1-4438-5515-0.
  2. ^ Lefale, Penehuro Fatu (2010). "Ua 'afa le AsoStormy weather today: Traditional ecological knowledge of weather and climate - The Samoa experience". Climatic Change. 100 (2): 317–335. doi:10.1007/s10584-009-9722-z.