Dia ("bright sky") in Greek mythology was the mother of the Lapith Pirithous, whose marriage to Hippodameia was the occasion of the Lapiths' battle with the Centaurs. ...
I'm assuming dia means "bright sky?"
The only thing I could find on "bufu" was that it meant "warrior-wind," which I guess could mean ice in a sense. Best I could find for "zan" (the previous name of the wind spell) meant "praise." "Garu" has something to do with this--maybe:
This: Zio Zio (Germanic) The ancient Germanic sword god or war god, corresponding to Tyr in Norse mythology. He was called Tivisco by Tacitus, who describes him as a hidden god, held in such reverence by the Swabians that no one could enter the sacred grove of the Semnones, a prominent tribe of the Swabians, without being bound with a chain. The earth goddess Nerthus was regarded as his wife.
and this: zio N ziv| Hebrew name of ancient second month; (meaning splendor/flowering) for Zio.
"wtD_F" ~ RINKU. Something happened! I didn't see it though ~ Rise Blooper