One of the gods, Napoo, wore a hat so burdened with jewels and gold that he staggered under the weight and had to be helped along by the others.
Fib, too, and many others--so many that even Flam forgets some and mixes up the names, saying Napoo when he means Nikolo, or Nikolo when he means Fidfaddu.
But Delusia is married to a jealous husband, Napoo, the ugliest of the gods.
That old fool, he'll blab it everywhere, and Napoo will be waiting for me with a snare of invisible fire.
Perhaps it was Faaku, the god of the sea, or Napoo, grotesque Napoo, who not only looks ugly but enjoys doing ugly things.
Delusia was there, as beautiful as Flam had said, with her dwarfish husband Napoo, uglier than I had suspected.