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Dewing Uschinge

In Latvian mythology, Dewing Uschinge was the god of horses, bees and light, mentioned by Joannis Stribingius, the Jesuit, in 1606. He took care of horses during the summer, then transferred the power to Martins at the festival of Martini. He was especially associated with the festival Jurgi.

Alternative: Deving Isching, Usins