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Sumane bewawӧ hasi is one of the rituals in the funeral ceremony originating from the Nias Tribe that is engaged in by the people in ӧri To'ene, ӧri Mazinӧ, and ӧri Onolalu in South Nias. This study aimed to determine the symbolic meaning of each of the series of rituals to do with the giving of sumane bewawӧ hasi. This study used a qualitative descriptive research method and symbolic interaction theory. The data collection in this study consisted of interviews, observations, and documentationdoi:10.20473/jsd.v16i1.2021.43-52 fatcat:qgh5uhjh2nbdpl3wh2dmicea54