I'lenaKoryak/ Siberia
Roma Greek/ Roman
Wa kon da Hondon
Cariociecus Roman/ Iberia A war God
Lulong Borneo The goddess of love
Anila Hindu/ Puranic .
Vajragandhari Buddhist A
Ninkaranunna Mesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ Akkadian A Barber god
Akasagarbha India/ Buddhism A Bodhisattva & the personification of supreme knowledge of the absolute void
Julunggul Aus. A creator god that was the bringer of culture & identified with of the rainbow-snake
AtaneaMarquesas Is. A dawn goddess
Sumati Buddhist a deification of literature
Aksobhya Buddhism A Dhyani-Buddha
Kronos Pre-Greek A fertility god celebrated by of harvest festival of Kronia
Bhumidevi Hindu/ Epic/ Puranic a fertility goddess
Astaroth W. Semitic a fertility goddess who deals with sheepherders
Kalavikarnika Hindu/ Puranic a fever goddess
Gibil/ Girra/ Girru Mesopotamia/ Sumeria A Fire God
Nataraja Hindu/ Puranic a form of Siva
Katyayani Hindu/ Puranic a form of the goddess of Durga or Parvati
Bhavanavasi Jain/ India A generic name given to deities that look youthful
FjorgynnNordic A god mentioned in Snorri's Edda
Gua W.Africa A god of agriculture, blacksmiths, & thunder
Wayland Anglo-Saxon A god of blacksmiths
Cernunnos Pan-Celtic A god of fertility & the horned god
Verbti A god of fire that the Christians identified with the devil
Ganaskidi Navaho a god of harvest, plenty & mists
Esu EdoBenin/ Yoruba A god of passage that stands at the gates of home of the gods
Hyaninthos A god of vegetation
Tango Hervey is. A god of virgin birth, kinda
Haubas/ Hobas S.Arabia A god that may be a particular form of Attar
Ungud Aus. A god/ goddess
Vasya-Tara Buddhist-Mayhayana A goddess
Bulaing Karadjeri Aus. A goddess
Rusina Roman? A goddess of fields and open country
Telesto A goddess of initiations
Isdustaya Proto-Hattic A goddess of of fate
Suada Roman? A goddess of persuasion
Bumerali Aus. A goddess of physical prowess
Bunbulama Aus. A goddess of rain
Briant Celtic? A goddess of the river which holds her name
Deverra Roman A goddess of verse & guardian of newborn children
Nike Roman A goddess of victory
Bila Aus. A goddess of war
Gnowee Aus. A goddess of war
Kishimo-jin Japan? A goddess that changed her mind, maybe
Mataras/ Ambikas India A Group of goddesses
Anti Egypt A Guardian deity of the eastern sky
Bi-har Buddhist/ Tibet A Guardian deity that protects against demons
Itzcutintli Aztec a guardian goddess of the home
Arjuna Hindu/ Vedic a heroic god
Peruwa/ Pirwa Hittite a horse god
AsiraN. Arabia a little god mentioned only by name
Haubas S. Arabia a local god known only from inscriptions
Haukim S.Arabia A local god thought to be concerned with arbitration & the law
Samkarsana Dravidian/ Camille a local last form of Balarama
Alaunus Celtic a local name from the Mannheim area for Mecurius
Orthia Sparta a locally worshipped mother goddess of later syncretized with the more widely accepted maternal deities such as Kybele
Daramulum Aus. A lunar being & mediator between the creator and humans
Centeocihuatl Aztech A maize goddess
CandsveraHindu/ Puranic/ Epic A Minor God & benevolent aspect of Siva
Pianan Aztec a minor god of war
Durangama Buddhist / Vajrayana A minor goddess
Sinivali Hindu/ Vedic a minor goddess of prosperity
Parendi Hindu/ Vedic a minor goddess of prosperity associated with accumulating wealth
Aranyani Hindu/ Vedic a minor goddess of woodlands
Khasa Hindu/ Vedic a minor goddess that controls the spirits of forests
Itzpapalotl-Itzcyeye Aztech A minor mother goddess who was found only in the Valley of Mexico
Alephus Greek A Minor river god
Nereus Greek A Minor sea God
Phorkys Greek A Minor sea god noted by Hesiod
Tobadzistsini Navaho A Minor war god
Sara Babylon/ Akkadian A Minor war god
Avatea Hervy Is. A moon god
Jarih/ Erah Canaan A Moon god
Aningan Inuit A moon god called Igaluk in Alaska
Aialila'axa Mexico region A moon goddess
Carridwen Welsh? A moon goddess
Chuh Kamuy China? A moon goddess
Helena Greek A Moon goddess & healer
Canidia Greek? A moon goddess that was also a sorceress
Gomaj N.Amer.? A moon spirit
Vari-Ma-Te-Takere Hervey Is. a mother goddess & creator been, whose six children had immaculate births
Kulika Hindu A Naga
Amalthea Greek? A nymph of springs
Shakplana Yoruba/ Nigeria A plague god identified with smallpox
dMu-bDub Kam-Po Sa-Zen Tibet/ Bon a sky god & the head of the ancient pantheon
Mandulis/ MerulisGreek/ Nubian a sun god
Sapas Canaanite a sun god
Wuriupranili Aus. A sun goddess
Uranus Greek A Titan god
Iapetos Greek A Titan god who now hangs out in Tartarus
Atlas Greek A Titan that has to hold up the sky forever, he irritated Zeus
Malik N. Arabia A tutelary god, this name is found among other Semitic people and used as a designator for a god
Cathubodua Pan-Celtic A war goddess
Sutekh/ Hurrian A weather god
Stanitakumara Jain/ India A youthful appearing god
Junkgowa Aus. An ancestor goddess who lived during the dreamtime & a goddess of the sea
Ing Anglo-Saxon An ancestral god
Atasamain N. Arabia an astral deity
Astar Ethiopia an astral god
Berecyntia Gaul? An earth goddess
Titlacvahuan Aztec an omnipotent God, universal & generally evil power
Karini Buddhist/ Mayhayana and fear goddess room
Huang Fei-hu China at the chthonic god that became the judge of the dead because their souls call at the sacred mountain
Kabirroi Greek bees were of vegetation and deities, commonly thought of as twins & Mail
Tonaleque Aztec catalyze this goddess is ruler of the fifth of the 13 heavens
God/ Deus/ Gott Christian/ Anglo-Saxon/ Germanic/ Roman Claimed to be the creator god around 325 C.E., still in vouge by the Christian sect
Huitznahua Aztec Collectively, the remaining brothers of the war god that were defeated
Ngewo Western Tropics Creator/ supreme god
Karei Andaman Is. de goddess of Thunder & storm
LuciferGnostic/ Christian depending upon who you believe, he is either of the firstborn son of God or the Devil
Maitreya Buddhist/ India designate
Quades W. Semitic fertility goddess
Amoghapasa Buddhist God
Bhutadamara Buddhist/ Mahayana god
Mes An Du Mesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ Akkadia God
Aziri Africa goddess of possessions
Trikantakidevi Hindu goddess of terrible appearance
Lokapala Hindu Gods
Lugeilan/ Luk Caroline Is. He is a god of knowledge, strange but knowledge
Kudia Siberian he is a sky god
Manda/ Sani India he is the divine and regent of the planet Saturn
Kon Peru he is the god of all the desert
gShen-Lha-Odkhar Bon/ Tibet he is the god of light
O-Yama-Tsu-Mi Japan/ Shinto he is the most senior at apotheosis of the mountains
Ksama Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic in minor goddess
Priyadarsana Buddhist/ Abeona in minor goddess
Pramudita Buddhist/ Vajrayana in minor goddess
Disa Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic in minor goddess & the momma of the minor creation god Sarga
Aluelp Caroline Is. job,
Amelia/ Maitresse Amelia Haiti/ Vodun loa of Haiti
Bussumarus Amelia/ Maitresse Amelia Haiti/ Vodun loa of Haiti
Erkilek Inuit malevolent hunting god
Ta'lab S. A moon god with an oracle function
Ikas Algonquin Mother Earth
Lasya Buddhist/ Bolom must/ Tibet A mother goddess
Mahavidya Buddhist/ May of the collective name of a group of goddesses
Shing Li-Kuan China/ Taoist one of the eight immortal beings
Pu Ma phonation the title given to any god of high rank
Kasyapa Hindu/ Puranic/ Vedic primordial god & divine messenger
Azi Buryat red headed earth spirits that like human company, they appreciate eloquence, musical talent, tobacco, tea, & of all & reward models that please them. Those that irritate them forfeit their souls
Mab Celtic she is the goddess of grains a fairy queen of Connaught
Iyatiku Navaho/ Pueblo sheet is the mother of maize & humans
Asuras Hindu/ Vedic sky gods that become demons
Muluku Macoua supreme being
Ordog Hungary that after the Christian derived became syncretized with the Christian Devil
Ne'nenk'nenkicex Kamichadal The Christian God
Te-Manava-Roa Hervey Is. the creator being, one of three
Tino Taata Society Is. The creator god regarded as the tutelary deity that created mankind
Ihoiho Society Is. The creator god that created everything including the primeval waters
Baldaer Anglo-Saxon The dying god who is the same as Balder
Vairocana/ Buddhaheruka Buddhist The First & oldest meditation Buddha
Laukika-Devatas Hindu the generic name for gods known from local folklore
Atea Marquesas Is. The god of light
Hiro Easter Is. The god of rain and fertility
Minato-No-Kami Japan/ Shinto the God of river mouths & estuaries
Matsuo Japan/ Shinto the God of sake brewers
Tai-Sung-Jing China the god of temporal time, the apotheosis of the planet Jupiter
Qasynan S. Arabia the god of the of smithies
Ndara Sulawesi Is. The god of the underworld.
Manawat W. Semitic the goddess of destiny
Medici Manichaean the goddess of light
Brigantia/ Bridget/ Brigit Pan-Celtic The goddess of the seasons, doctors smiths, poets, & women in childbirth
Victoria Roman the goddess of victory that became an attack by the Christians with an angelic capacity
Adrastea Britain the goddess of war
Djanggawuls Aus. The goddesses of fertility that messed up & created humanity & of vegetation
Ketchimanet Iowa/ Fox The Great Spirit
Shilup Chito Osh Choctaw The Great Spirit
Wakonda Omaha/ Sioux The Great Spirit
Gitche/ ManitouAlgonquin/ Lenape The Great Spirit, the All Father
Sirsir Babylon/ Akkadian The guardian god of boatmen
Aitu Samoa the lower order of the gods
Ai Ada Turkey? The moon god
Marama Polynesian/ Maori the moon goddess
Hannahannas Hittite/ Hurrian the mother goddess
Arnakua'gak Inuit The old woman of the sea, an animalistic spirit
QudsuW. Sumeria the personification of holiness
Nesaru Arikara The Power Above
Glykon Gnostic-Mitharic The reincarnation of Asklepios, a demon with a human head & body of a snake
Anulap Truk Is. The sky god
Juma Mari/ Finnish/ Ugart the sky god whose name is also associated with spirits of earth, water, wind, & the home
Au Gilbert Is. The sun god & sky lord
Mari Basque the supreme mother goddess
Aitvaras Prussia the The brave & loving demon that will bring good fortune to your home when well fed & treated kindly
Roman the very minor God of our culture
Tana'oa Marquesas Is. the weather & C god
Telphochtli Aztec then run a potent god, the universal & generally malvolent
Lau Andaman Is. these are spirit beings that are created when an islander dies
Shici-Fuku-Jin Japan/ Shinto these are the seven principal gods of luck, there is a one female involved however
Danavas India they are half divine/ half demonic beings
Venda Davidian/ Tamil this creator god was an ancient vegetation deity
Llorna Spain this female spirit Lehrer's people to their, normally, drowning in bogs, swamps, etc.
Lud/ Nudd/ Nuada This god is London's namesake
Kathar Ugart this god not only built the Palace of Baal, but is responsible for architects, artisans & weapons makers
Ohoromoxtotil Maya this god was the creator the sun that made the world in habitable by destroying the jaguars that once infesterd it
Isinu Akkadia/ Mesopotamia this god, a messenger, was a dual faced god
Prajnaparamita Buddhist this goddess is a personification of the religious text
Tonaleque Aztec this goddess is ruler of the 13 heavens
Latmikaik Pelew Is. This goddess of the sea is the co-creator co-ruler of the world
Pancabrahma Hindu this is the collective name for the five aspects of Siva
Hinokagutsuchi Japan/ Shinto? this is the fire god whose birth killed the goddess Izanami
Toneili Navaho this is the rain god in charge of all water from the skies
Vagitanus Roman this minor god of passage was the guardian of the press first cry at birth
Matres Roman/ Pan-Celtic Triads of mother goddesses
Tispak Mesopotamia/ Babylon/ Akkadia tutelary god of the city of Esnumma
Perse Greek underworld goddess
Picullus Roman/ Prussia will god that was taken over by the Christians as a their Devil
Phanebal Semitic youthful warrior god
Kitchki N.A. A Manitou
Ardhanaritsavara/ Ammaiappan/ Naranari Siva & Sakti combined
Tanit Phonecia / Carthage The goddess of the moon
HunhauMaya1 of several gods of death that ruled the underworld
AnantamukhiBuddhist1 of the 12 Dharnis
Aksayajnana-KarmandaBuddhist1 of the 12 Dharnis & the deification of literature
Abgal/ ApkalluSumeria7 spirits that derived from the the Abzu
Kokomikeis BlackfootNA? The moon goddess mother of the Morning Star
VarunaHindu/ Puranic/ Vedic/ TamilA a major guardian god of the sky & water
MaponosBritishA about tribal god
NinmenaMesopotamia/ SumeriaA another mother goddess
Ek MayaA Babob
He ZurEgyptA baboon god accepted as a manifestation of Thot
Llasar/ LlaesgyfnewidWalesA battle god
MuireartachIrish/ ScotlandA battle goddess
KitanitowitAlgonquin/ E. CanadaA being who is present everywhere in the universe, he is invisible, like most gods
KshumaiKafir/ AfghanistanA beneficent fertility goddess
Mukasa BugandaUgandaA beneficent god for he demanded no sacrifices
LohaKlamathA beneficent goddess portrayed as a beautiful woman
AbhijitHindu/ PuranicA benevolent astral deity & goddess of fortune
Na'ininenKoryak/ SiberiaA benevolent creator being
Ja neb'aSamoyed/ SiberiaA benevolent earth goddess
Osande OvimbunduAngolaA benevolent god that is a guardian deity
MaghaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA benevolent minor goddess of fortune
PurvabhahadrapadaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA benevolent minor goddess of fortune
KujuYukaghirA benevolent sky spirit that supplies with food
Soului Hua/ W. AfricaA benevolent vegetation god also in charge of medicine & music
MayinTungus/ SiberiaA benevolent, remote, supreme God
Osandobua EdoBeninA benign creator god that controls prosperity, health & happiness
Kuan YinChinese/ TaoistA benign guardian goddess, probably of Indian origin
NemglanIrishA bird god who fathered Conaire Mor
Le TkakawashKlamathA bird goddess
UairebhuidheIrishA bird goddess
AnukisEgyptA birth goddess & of the cataracts of the lower Nile
AtumEgyptA bisexual god of water
KhwarenahPersiaA bit of a strange definition, possessed by all morals yet it is of fire which dwells in water
Bo DhuIrishA black cow goddess
Crnobog/ CrnoglavSlavicA black god of death
KheperaEgyptA blue haired scarab god of transformation, water, creation & warriors
Akert khentet auset[s]EgyptA book of the dead deity
Lemminkäinen (Ahti Saarelainen, Kaukomieli)FinlandA brash hero.
Cathubodia Breton A Breton version of the Irish earth goddess Banbha
Avalokitesvara Buddhist/ India A Buddha designate
Nandi[n]HinduA bull god
Tarvos TrigaranosRoman/ CelticA bull god
GirruSumeriaA busy fellow, he is the god of fire & light & patron of civilization
Bast/ PashtEgyptA cat goddess, healing, life & war
Geus TasanIranA cattle god accused of creating the cattle
BacaxRoman/ N. AfricaA cave god known from inscription at Crita
AchiyalatopaZuniA celestial giant monster with feathers of flint knives
Were Luo' A chief god
LarundaSabineA chthonic & earth mother goddess
TlaltecuhtliAztecA chthonic creator goddess
TlaltecuhliAztecA chthonic creator goddess, the ruler of the second of the 13 heavens
Ikal AhauMayaA chthonic death god, that strangely enough, is considered to inhabit Christian church towers in Mexico
Munjen MalikKafir/ AfghanistanA chthonic earth god
Itzam CabMayanA chthonic earth god as well as a god of fire
Colel CabMayaA chthonic earth goddess
SitaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA chthonic earth goddess
UrasMesopotamia/ SumeriaA chthonic earth goddess
TuChinaA chthonic earth goddess & fertility spirit
Muso Koroni BambarraW. AfricaA chthonic fertility goddess of disorder
IsdesEgyptA chthonic god of death
LiberItalyA chthonic god of fertility with a festival, the Liberalia, on March 17th
Midir/ MidherIrishA chthonic god that appears in polymorphic form
NinazuMesopotamia/ SumeriaA chthonic god that is generally benevolent
NinkigalMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadianA chthonic god worshiped at Ur
Hine-Ahu-OnePolynesia/ MaoriA chthonic goddess
Tari Pennu KhondIndiaA chthonic goddess
SpadareametArmeniaA chthonic goddess concerned with fertility of the earth & death, the Christians equate her name with hell
RhiannonIrishA chthonic goddess of birds & horses
Pacha MamaIncaA chthonic goddess of fertility & the earth, now syncretized with the Christian Virgin Mary
Hine-Nui-Te-PoPolynesia/ MaoriA chthonic goddess of night & of the underworld
Sese NgbandiZaireA chthonic goddess that is invoked at sunrise every day
PapatuanukuPolynesiaA chthonic mother goddess that evolved spontaneously in the cosmic night
Ki/ KikiMesopotamia/ SumeriaA chthonic principal, feminine in nature
KebechetEgyptA chthonic snake goddess
Lugal-IrraMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianA chthonic underworld god
ManungalMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianA chthonic underworld god
MarmalikKafir/ AfghanistanA chthonic underworld god
NetiBabylon/ AkkadianA chthonic underworld god
Ukur/ KusMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadianA chthonic underworld god
OrcusRomanA chthonic underworld god
TlachitonatiiuhAztecA chthonic underworld god
AeacocGreek/ RomanA chthonic underworld god & 1 of the 3 gods of Hades
MictlantecuhtliAztecA chthonic underworld god that created the underworld
LavernaItalyA chthonic underworld goddess
LelwaniHittite/ HurrianA chthonic underworld goddess
Velu MateLataviaA chthonic underworld goddess & the queen of the dead
Meretseger/ MeresgerEgyptA chthonic underworld goddess who brings illness and death to the disrespectful
TatenenEgyptA chthonic vegetation god, the apotheosis of the Nile silt
Takotsi Nakawe HuicholMexicoA chthonic vegetation goddess, all plant life & the earth are hers
Sulman[u]Mesopotamia/ Babylon/ Akkadia/ W. SemiticA chthonic war & fertility god
KhertyEgyptA chthonicearth god, was around from 2500 BCE
Ih P'enMayaA chthonioc fertility god, concerned with the growth of plants as well as family, property & other wealth
JinnArabicA class of demonic beings that started out as a nature spirits
ButoEgyptA cobra god of Lower Egypt & justice
DhyanibuddhasaktiBuddhistA collective name for a specific group of goddesses
Gul-SesHittiteA collective name for all the goddesses of fate
PratisamvitBuddhistA collective name for four goddesses
DisirNordic/ GermanA collective name for guardian goddesses
AufaniaeCelticA collective name for some of mother goddesses
Bolon Ti KuMayaA collective name for the the nine underworld gods that are not well defined
Mandah/ MundihArabicA collective name of gods, guardian deities that took care of irrigation
ElimJudaicA collective term for god's the lower order of the gods from the great deities, the Elohim
Wakan TankaLakotaA collective union of the Manitous
Diang ShillukSudanA cow goddess
AhatEgyptA cow goddess
BatyEgyptA cow goddess of fertility
Ninsun[a]Mesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianA cow goddess that was the tutelary goddess of Gudea
DamonaCelticA cow goddess, little known
EllilBabylon/ AkkadiaA creator & air god
Mbitumbo BauleIvory CoastA creator & guardian god
TomorAlbanianA creator & wind and god, he is still around
Atua Fafine TikopiaPolynesiaA creator being
Te-Aka-Ia-Roe Hervey Is./ PolynesiaA creator being
Te-Tanga-Engae Hervey Is./ PolynesiaA creator being
Umashii-Ashi -Kabi-Hiko-Ji-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoA creator being formed from the reeds floating on the primordial waters
Uru'n Ajy Toyo'n/ Ayi' Uru'n Toyoy'nYakut/ SiberiaA creator being that lived in the north east
Malamanganga'ePolynesiaA creator being that was a personification of light
CacohMayaA creator god
CitalatonacAztec/ MexicoA creator god
ElkunisraCanaan/ HittiteA creator god
Hun HunapuMayaA creator god
Lesa SEAfricaA creator god
Nahuti Ollin/ Ollin/ OllintonatiuhAztecA creator god
NanahuatlAztecA creator god
NediyonDavidian/ TamilA creator god
SabaothGnostic ChristianA creator god
Seyon/ MurugaDravidian/ TamilA creator god
GucumatzQuiche (?)A creator god
JokAfricaA creator god
Ka Tyeleo SenufoIvory CoastA creator god
LezaBantu/ ZimbabweA creator god
Libanza Upotos/ BangalaZairea creator god
MayonDravidian/ TamilA creator god
NareauMelanesiaA creator god
NiamyeIvory Coast/ AfricaA creator god
TloqueAztecA creator god
Tloque NahaqueAztecA creator god
TvastarHindu/ VedicA creator god
Unumbotte BassariTogoA creator god
Fidi Mukullu Bena LuluaZaireA creator god
Banga NgbandiZaireA creator god & creator of white skinned people
Emeli Hin TuaregSudanA creator god & generic term meaning Lord
TirumalDravidian/ TamilA creator god equated with Visnu
HiranyagarbhaHindu/ VedicA creator god identified in the Rig Veda, the demon King that proclaimed himself king of the universe
Lodur[r]GermanicA creator god mentioned in the creation myth
UnkulunkuluZulu/ S. AfricaA creator god of the sky & chief deity
Es KetSiberiaA creator god that fashioned humans from clay
Huracan/ Hurucan/ Hurakan/ HurukanQuicheA creator god that fashioned the first humans
ImraKafir/ AfghanistanA creator god that is still worshipped today
Kalisia Pygmy/ Zaire/ CongoA creator god that is the guardian of hunters & the jungle forests
QuatBanks Is./ MelanesiaA creator god that knows how to enjoy life
NudimmudMesopotamia/ SumeriaA creator god that was rapidly syncretized with the Akkadian god Ea
Chul Tatic Chites VanegMayaA creator god thought by some to be the name of the Christian God
NarayanaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA creator god thought to be synonymous with business
Olodumare/ Alaaye/ Elemii/ Olojo/ Oni/ Olorun/ Orishanla Yoruba/ NigeriaA creator god to whom the souls of the dead are expected to make a confession
Apap Teso UgandaA creator god who as a benevolent sky god brings rain
CgheneIsoko/ NigeriaA creator god with no material aspect, but a nice guy, no temple or priest
Sa KonoE. GuineaA creator god, one of a pair of creator deities
LatipanCanaanA creator god, see Il for particulars
JehovahChristianA creator god, this form was created by the the Jehovah witnesses & is not considered a true name of this god
Enki/ EaSumeria/ MesopotamiaA creator god, water, cunning & fertility
Nyame AkanGhanaa creator god/ goddess and androgynous being
IusaasEgyptA creator goddess
MadalaitOceaniaA creator goddess
MoombiKikuyuA creator goddess
CitlalicueAztecA creator goddess & the goddess of Milky Way
OduduwaYorubaA creator goddess of fertility & love
NutEgyptA creator goddess of the heavens
Izanami-No-Kami/ IzamnamiJapan/ ShintoA creator goddess who died and giving birth to the fire god as well as the primeval female goddess
Cihuacoatl-QuilaztliAztecA creator goddess with a rather unique way of creating humanity
TateSiouxA creator spirit of the winds, he controls the changing of the seasons & guides the spirits of dead
AlbinaEtruscanA dawn goddess & protector of ill fated lovers
BrimoGreekA death goddess
TaranisCelticA death goddess & mysterious sky god
UruzimuHittiteA deity involved in returning the lost Storm god of Nerik
DipankaraBuddhist/ TibetA deity that is one of the minor group of Buddhas
DahoPyreneanA deity that may be a god of war
Aizen-MyooBuddhismA deity who is full of compassion for mankind
KigatilikInuitA delightful fanged demon that has no love of priests
MunisvaraHindu/ DravidianA demigod that started out being a deified saint
Coyote/ KoyotePan-W. USAA demigod/ creator/ trickster
KinguAkkadiaA demon mentioned in the creation epic
AgasIranA demon of illness, especially the eyes
Aesma DaevaPersiaA demon of lust & anger that is ticked at the cow
HiranyakasipuIndiaA demon that held the earth prisoner, under flood waters
KaiamunuPapua/ New GuineaA demon that plays a large part in initiation ceremony for boys
LamatsuAkkadianA demones of fever & disease among infants
HartiChina/ JapanA demoness that Buddha converted to a goddess that protects children instead of eating them
LjubiAlbaniaA demoness that could cause drought on less a virgin was sacrificed to her
MahrSlavic/ GermanicA demonic being similar to an Alp
GutaHungaryA demonic being that represents the seamy side of life
BaliHindu/ Epic/ PuranicA demonic god
MahisaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA demonic god
ImmatKafir/ AfghanistanA demonic god that liked virgins
ParamitaBuddhistA descriptive name of a philosophical deity
AbgalN. ArabiaA desert & tutelary god of the Bedouins
DevaputraBuddhismA designation for the lower ranked gods
MalsumAlgonquinA destructive brother of Gluskap
BabEgyptA disrespectful rouge of a god
RudracandraHinduA distinct form of the goddess Durga
UgaracandikaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA distinctive form of a goddess Durga
PracandaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA distinctive form of the goddess Durga
LiChinaA divine lord of fire
InaBrazilA dolphin goddess
Mi-kura-Tana-KamiJapan/ ShintoA domestic guardian God that looks after storehouses
IsmudMesopotamia/ SumeriaA dual faced messenger god
AndvariScandivaniaA dwarf that can turn himself into a fish & living in water in
AdonisPhoenicia/ SyriaA dying & resurrected god that embodies vegetation scorched by the heat of the summer sunshine
MenninkäinenFinlandA fairy spirit, gnome.
HemenEgyptA falcon god
DaemonesGreekA family of elemental that and have it fields, forests, mountains, oceans, streams, lakes, valleys, desert, some towns & they are immortal
Da-Shi-Zhi BuddhismChinaA female Bodhisattva
VasudharaBuddhistA female Buddha designate
DimmeSumeriaA female demon of fever and & diseases of infants
KulshedraAlbaniaA female demonic individual in that may be either an enormous hag with pendulous breasts &/ or a dragon like monster that spits fire
PasoweeKiowaA female Manitou of health & medicine
LamaAcadiaA feminine benevolent protective demon that later became the half man and half bull guardian of palace entrances
DaganBabylon/ Akkadia/ CanaanA fertility & grain god who in the Ugatitic creation myth was the father of Baal
BhumiyaHindu/ Vedic/ PuranicA fertility & guardian god of the fields
Tlaeque-TepictotonAztecA fertility & rain god
TomiyauhtecuhtliAztecA fertility & rain god
DuillaeRoman/ IberianA fertility & vegetation goddess
MaCappadocia/ Anatolia/ TurkeyA fertility & vegetation goddess
SaraddeviBuddhist/ TibetA fertility & vegetation goddess associated autumn
BaEgyptA fertility deity
JumisLatviaA fertility god
IalonusCelticA fertility god
NgendiFijiA fertility god
PiluitusLatviaA fertility god
Ah Bolon Dz'acabMayaA fertility god associated with rain & thunder
Egres/ Akras KarelianFinlandA fertility god in charge of the the turnip crop
DinditaneHuliA fertility god of gardening
IzquitecatlAztecA fertility god personified by the Maguey plant
PriaposGreekA fertility god that also guarded mariners
EntenMesopotamia/ SumeriaA fertility god that doubled as a guardian deity of farmers
Obatala/ ObosomYorubaA fertility god, he makes barren women fertile & shapes the fetus in the womb
Ama-arhus/ Arad-Ama-arhus/ Amat-Ama-arhusBabylonia/ AkkadiaA fertility goddess
AmaunetEgyptA fertility goddess
AnaitisPersiaA fertility goddess
Aphrodisias CarianS.W. Turkeya fertility goddess
AsertuCanaan/ HittiteA fertility goddess
AsratumCanaanA fertility goddess
AstorethPalestine/ Israel/ LebanonA fertility goddess
BrigitIrishA fertility goddess
Nin'insinnaMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianA fertility goddess
IarilaRussiaA fertility goddess
VasudharaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA fertility goddess
Gatumdug/ GulaMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA fertility goddess as well as the tutelary goddess of Lagas
DamaraBritainA fertility goddess associated with Beltane
DivoniaCeltic/ GaelicA fertility goddess associated with water
AndartaCeltic/ GallicA fertility goddess most likely
PustiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA fertility goddess of northern India
Sarrahitu/ Sarra ItuMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA fertility goddess that started out being the tutelary goddess of the city of Su-Sin
KadesCanaanA fertility goddess usually shown sky clad
NerthusDenmarkA fertility goddess who, bless her heart, was associated with a piece
AnjeaAustraliaA fertility spirit
BagbaW. AfricaA fetish that controls the wind & rain
HaurunCanaanA fiery earth god
DsahadoldzaNavahoA fiery god of earth & water
K'daaiYakut/ SiberiaA fire demon that originated working in wrought iron
Ho-Musubi-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoA fire god
JagaubisHinduA fire God
MahiuikezPolynesiaA fire God
TohilMayaA fire god
Niha-Tu-Hi-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoA fire God in that was responsible for household fires that were in the yard
Hi-No-Kagu-TsuchiJapan/ ShintoA fire god whose birth caused the death of the primordial goddess Izanami
AibheaogIrishA fire goddess
Chac Uayab XocMayaA fish god known as the great demon shark
Budhi PallienN. IndiaA forest goddess
CandfrasekharaHindu/ PuranicA form of a god Siva
KwanonnBuddhist/ JapanA form of Avalokitesvara
AparajitaHindu/ PuranicA form of Durga
ManmathaDravidian/ TamilA form of god of carnal love
HarendotesGreekA form of the Egyptian god Horus that guards and protects his father
HarakhtiEgyptA form of the god Horus
HarsomtusEgypt/ HellenizedA form of the god Horus
Harsiese[s]EgyptA form of the god Horus, especially as the child of Isis & Osiris
VenkataHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA form of the god of Visnu
KhandobaHinduA form of the god Siva
SalagramaHinduA form of the god Visnu
MahisasruramardiniHindu/ PuranicA form of the goddess Devi
MahakaliHinduA form of the goddess Kali
DhanadaBuddhist/ MahayanaA form of the goddess Tara
GauriHinduA form of the mighty Durga & a goddess of spring
KatayanaHindu/ PuranicA form the goddess Durga or Parvati
AppiasRomanA fountain nymph
QebuiEgyptA four headed, winged, ram headed god of the north wind
HeqtEgyptA frog headed goddess of life, childbirth
ChieChibchaA fun loving goddess
KebechsenefEgyptA funerary god responsible for at the lower portion of the body
LokesvaraBuddhistA generic name for a group of deities such as Siva & Visnu
JumalaFinlandA generic name for a major deity. Originally the name given by the Finns to the sky, the sky-god, and the supreme god. Later taivas and Ukko were used as the names for the sky and the sky-god. The word means god and was later used for the Christian God. The origin of the word is unknown – some possible explanations are derivation from Jomali, the supreme deity of the Permians and origination from the Estonian word jume.
NahualAztecA generic name for a personal God
DhyanibuddhaBuddhistA generic name for a spiritual or meditation Buddha
BeltiyaBabylon/ AkkadiaA generic name for goddesses
DevaHindu/ Vedic/ PuranicA generic name of a god
UdadhikumaraJain/ IndiaA generic name of one of the group of deities called bhvanavasi
LhaBuddhist/ TibetA generic term for the deity
GramadevataIndiaA generic term for the local tutelary gods
SatyrGreek/ RomanA generic term for woodland gods & divine beings
BelBabylon/ AkkadiaA generic term means Lord, not god as some claim
IstadevataHinduA generic title for a personal God or a house icon
Vasu[s]Hindu/ IndiaA generic title for the gods/ deities that attend Indra
Navadura[s]HinduA generic title for the nine forms of the god of Durga
Kalevanpoika (son/ man of Kaleva)FinlandA giant hero who can cut down forests and mow down huge meadows, identical with Estonian national epic hero Kalevipoeg.
Garbh OghIrishA giantess & goddess of the hunt
AmphionGreekA god
ArapacanaBuddhistA god
Bo HsianChina/ TaoA god
BuddhakapalaBuddhist/ MahayanaA god
ChattrosniaBuddhistA god
EljonSyriaA god
Ellel/ EllilusHittiteA god
GagananjaBuddhistA god
GiszidaMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA god
GusilimMesopotamia/ SumeriaA god
KhasaparnaBuddhistA god
Lianja NkundoZaireA god
Llew Llaw GyffesWelshA god
Mi-Lo-FoChina/ BuddhistA god
NamasangitiBuddhistA god
NindaraMesopotamia/ SumeriaA god
ParamasvaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA god
SagaramatiBuddhistA god
TakkirajaBuddhistA god
TejosninaBuddhistA god
UcchusmaBuddhistA god
VasudevaHinduA god
Allah MidEastA god
AramazdArmeniaA god
ArebatiBambuti/ CongoA god
Buluga AndamanIslandsA god
ChnumEgyptA god
ImraHindu/ KushA god
MahapararinirvanamurtiBuddhistA god
MahatalaBorneoA god
Nin Ur/ NinurMesopotamia/ SumeriaA god
NohochacymMayaA god
NumbakullaAusA god
ObumoAfricaA god
PallianAustraliaA god
PembaWest AfricaA god
Phan KuChinaA god
PratibhanakutaBuddhistA god
PrometheusGreekA god
RigenmuchaNew GuineaA god
Sadbhuja-SitataraBuddhistA god
SakraBuddhistA god
SamvaraBuddhist/ MayhayanaA god
SanuKafir/ AfghanistanA god
SarrumaHittite/ HurrianA god
SiraoIndonesiaA god
Somtus/ HarsomtusEgyptA god
SuparnakumaraJain/ IndiaA god
SurangamaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA god
TrailokyaviayaBuddhist/ MahayanaA god
UwolowuAfrica/ AkpossaA god
VajardakaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA god
VajradharaBuddhistA god
VayukmaraJain/ IndiaA god
WuniAfricaA god
YehlTlingitA god
Yu Huang Shang TiChinaA god
XolotlAztecA god & bad luck, monsters & magicians
MahakapiBuddhistA god & epitaph of the Buddha in a previous incarnation when he was an ape
KarttikeyaBuddhistA god and that equates with the Hindu god Skanda
HeronEgyptA god appearing on the monuments of the Greek & Roman eras, thought to be a horseman god
Kun-RigBuddhist/ TibetA god associated associated with the prayer wheel
DikkumaraJain/ IndiaA god associated with rain & thunder
HalkiHittiteA god barley & grain
VeNordic/ IcelandicA god been listed in the prose Edda
BoibhniuCelticA god Blacksmiths
Kotar/ Kautar/ KusorSyriaA god Blacksmiths
KotharCanaanA god Blacksmiths
BelenusPan-CelticA god charged with the welfare of sheep & cattle, he also was a sun god & healer in some regions & associated with Beltane
InsitorRomanA god concerned with the sowing of crops
SethEgyptA god Desert
HevajiraBuddhist/ MahayanaA god equivalent to the Hindu Siva
TepozlecatlAztecA god fertility & of drunkenness
CerklicingLatviaA god fields & grain
HoenirNordicA god identified in the poetic edda
KamiJapanA god identifier in Shintoism
OlokumCarib.A god in Puerto Rico that is a hermaphrodite
GurzilTripolitaniaA god in the shape of a bull
HazziHittite/ HurrianA god invoked in a Hittite treaties who was a mountain & weather god
IfruRoman/ N. AfricaA god known from an inscription at Crita
Isten/ Isden A god known from the the Middle Kingdom & later
AbandinusRoman/ Celtic/ BritishA god known only by inscription
Hurabtil ElamiteIranA god known only from being mentioned in Akkadia texts
TheandrosN. ArabiaA god known only from Greek & Roman inscriptions
AnextiomarusRoman/ BritishA god linked with Apollo
DatinN. ArabiaA god mentioned in inscriptions but what he did no one knows
CreidhneCelticA god Metal working
Oi SukKenyaA god more long the lines of personal illness rather than plague
Cronus/ Kronos/ Kronus/ Chronos/ ChronusGreekA god of & agriculture who became king of the Titans for a while
EasalIrish/ ManxA god of abundance & prosperity
Lao LangChinaA god of actors
NdauthinaFijiA god of adultery, fire, fishing & seafaring
Aralo/ Aparajita/ ArayGeorgia/ Armenia/ CrimeaA god of agriculture
AmaethonCelticA god of agriculture
AzaccaHaitiA god of agriculture
BalaramaIndiaA god of agriculture
Hsien NungChinaA god of agriculture
Hsien SeChinaA god of agriculture
Lai ChoChinaA god of agriculture
Liu MengChinaA god of agriculture
Mang ShenChinaA god of agriculture
Miao HuChinaA god of agriculture
Oko Yoruba/ NigeriaA god of agriculture
Pai ChungChinaA god of agriculture
PicusRomanA god of agriculture
Sabazios Phrygian/ NW TurkeyA god of agriculture
Shen NungChinaA god of agriculture
Shui FangChinaA god of agriculture
Shui YngChinaA god of agriculture
Ssu ChoChinaA god of agriculture
TammuzSumeriaA god of agriculture
UgarSyriaA god of agriculture
ZakaHaiti/ VodunA god of agriculture
TammuzAssyrianA god of agriculture & fertility
Yum KaaxMayaA god of agriculture & maize
HannahannaHittiteA god of agriculture & the sky
EnbiluluSumeriaA god of agriculture & the underworld
Ah Bolom TzacabMayaA god of agriculture who controlled rain & thunder
Amon/ AmunEgyptA god of agriculture, fertility & long life
FaunusRomanA god of agriculture, fertility, nature & prophecy
She chiChinaA god of agriculture, grain, land & soil
PatrimpasLithuanianA god of agriculture, joy, peace, springtime
TlalocAztecA god of agriculture, lightning, rain, weather, clouds, water, springs & mountains
XipeTotec/ AztecA god of agriculture, plants, seeds, fertility, jewelers, sacrifice & springtime
KronosGreekA god of agriculture, seeds
Saturn/ SaturnusRomanA god of agriculture, seeds, astronomy, Saturn, education
Susano-WoJapan/ ShintoA god of agriculture, the ocean & storms
NinurtaBabylonA god of agriculture, war & thunder
Baiame/ Daramulun/ Nurundere Kamilaroi/ WiradyuriAusA god of all things & master of life death
DionysusGreekA god of altered states, wine, ecstasy, revelry & nature
PothosGreekA god of anxiety
Abello/ AbellioGaulA god of apple trees
Hsu Ch'angChinaA god of archery
ApolloGreekA god of archery, harmony, order, inspiration, intellect, mathematics, medicine, oracles, prophecy, reason, & truth . About a busy little fellow.
Ull/ UllrGermanic/ NorseA god of archery, hunting & skis
Huang TiChinaA god of architecture & an astral god, a deified emperor & he invented the compass
PtahEgyptA god of architecture, masons, metal working & sunrise he built boats to carry the souls of the dead
AstraeosGreekA god of astronomy & star light
Mercury/ MecuriusRomanA god of astronomy, commerce, messengers, eloquence & sidelines as the messenger of the gods
JupiterRomanA god of astronomy, Jupiter, light, lightning, thunder, weather, wisdom
Mao MengChinaA god of astronomy, Jupiter, Mercury
ThothEgyptA god of astronomy, science, death, education, wisdom, geometry, law, magic, mathematics, medicine, the moon & surveying
MixcoatlAztecA god of astronomy, stars, hunting & of the underworld
HermesGreekA god of athletes, sport, gambling, commerce, communications, eloquence, luck, medicine, oratory, roads, & wind
ComusGreek/ RomanA god of banquets, drunkenness & merriment
Lo Tsu Ta HsienChinaA god of barbers & beggars
Pekko/ PellonpekkoFinnishA god of barley
SemarglSlavicA god of barley & family
Liu PeiChinaA god of basket makers
Make Make Easter Is./ PolynesiaA god of birds
AnubisEgyptA god of black magic, death, embalming & funerals
SetEgyptA god of black magic, destruction, evil, storms, thunder, drought & chaos
TerminusGreek/ RomanA god of boundaries & landmarks
KullaBabylon/ AkkadianA god of builders & responsible for the creation of bricks
MusdammaMesopotamia/ SumeriaA god of buildings, including houses
Fan K'ueiChinaA god of butchers
Lu panChinaA god of carpenters
MomusGreekA god of censure & mockery
KondosFinnishA god of cereal crops that was renamed by the Christians to St. urban
VertumnusRomanA god of change, commerce, fruits, gardens, plants, orchards & seasons
ChernobogSlavicA god of chaos & the night
BesEgyptA god of childbirth, food, love, marriage, luck, recreation, relaxation & sleep
Yun T'ungChinaA god of clouds
EkahauAztecA god of commerce
ShotenJapaneseA god of commerce & wisdom
LugIrishA god of commerce, magic & war
ConsusRomanA god of counseling & negotiation
Asuha-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoA god of courtyards
Dian CechtIrishA god of crafts & healing
YangombiBantuA god of creation
Chimata No KamiJapaneseA god of crossroads, roads & footpaths
RongoMaoriA god of cultivated plants
ChamerMayaA god of death
KalaHindu/ Puranic/ VedicA god of death
BalorIrishA god of death
CizinMayaA god of death
Cum HauMayaA god of death
CumhauMayaA god of death
Hun HauMayaA god of death
IkuNigeriaA god of death
SupaiIncaA god of death
Tokakami HuicholMexicoA god of death
YamaHinduA god of death
YanwangChinaA god of death
Yen LoChinaA god of death
Yen WangChinaA god of death
Yum CimihMayaA god of death
VolosSlavicA god of death & commerce Veles
SekerEgyptA god of death & light
Emma OJapan/ BuddhistA god of death & lord of hell
Hades/ PlutoGreekA god of death & one of the Olympian gods
ThanatosGreekA god of death & pain
GhedeVodunA god of death, & of fertility & love
RudraHindu/ VedicA god of death, disease, healing, jungle, lightning, storms, thunder & the wind
MotCanaan/ UgaritA god of death, fertility & sterility
PikuolisLithuaniaA god of death, the underworld & of evil
Edeke TesoUgandaA god of disasters
PoxlomMayaA god of disease
NanautzinAztecA god of disease
FaAfricaA god of divination
Chang HsienChinaA god of dreams & of pregnancy
PhobetusGreekA god of dreams by animals
MorpheusGreekA god of dreams by humans
PhantasosGreekA god of dreams by inanimate objects
War Ssu miaoChinaA god of Druggists
Chin hua Niang niangChinaA god of drums & violins
MarruniMelanesianA god of earthquakes
PoseidonGreekA god of earthquakes & the ocean
Chung LiuChinaA god of eaves
Monju BosatsuJapaneseA god of education
Ehacatl/ QuetzalcoatlAztecA god of education & the wind
Ogma/ Ogmius/ OgmiosCelticA god of education, genius, eloquence, language & magic
Ganapati/ Ganesa/ GaneshaHindu/ PuranicA god of education, wisdom, luck, prosperity, & prudence
BragiNorseA god of eloquence & wisdom
Shiu FangChinaA god of embankments
Lu HsingChinaA god of employees, justice & salaries & another of the three gods who were known as Fu Shou Lu
PhoebusGreekA god of enlightenment
ErosGreekA god of erotic love, passion & of sex
MamMayaA god of evil
Amatsu MikaboshiJapanA god of evil
GunabHottentotA god of evil
LokiNorseA god of evil
MinepaMacouaA god of evil
ZhonggueiChinaA god of examinations
DamuSumeriaA god of exorcism
Li Lao chunChinaA god of farriers & of leather workers
Legba FonBeninA god of fate
MorosGreekA god of fate
ShaiEgyptA god of fate
Bele/ Tule/ Azapane/ MbaSudan/ AfricaA god of fear, mischief & trickery who gave fire & water to mankind
AmsuEgyptA god of fertility
ApisEgyptA god of fertility
BaalSyriaA god of fertility
CinteotlAztecA god of fertility
DumuziBabylonA god of fertility
LutinusRomanA god of fertility
PekoEstoniaA god of fertility
PotrimpoBalticA god of fertility
Ratu Mai MbulaFijiaA god of fertility
RodSlavicA god of fertility
ShivaHinduA god of fertility
UeuecoyotlAztecA god of fertility
YariloSlavicA god of fertility
KaneHawaiiaA god of fertility & fresh water
FreyScandinaviaA god of fertility & prosperity
ManannanCelticA god of fertility & the ocean
IndraVedicA god of fertility & war
ThunorGermanicA god of fertility, lightning & thunder
EueucoyotlAztecA god of fertility, sex, pleasure, sorrow & spontaneity
NjordNorseA god of fertility, war, wind
Ajalamo Yoruba/ Nigeria/ W. AfricaA god of fetuses
Ayiyanayaka Sri LankaA god of fields & woodland that protects against plague
Binzuru-SonjaJapanA god of fine vision & curing who is unable to escape pain, therefore he helps others to do so
BumbaBantu/ AfricaA god of fire
Mu KingChinaA god of fire
Ho MasubiJapanA god of fire
Huo PuChinaA god of fire
KagutsuchiJapanA god of fire
LokiScandinaviaA god of fire
NairyosanghaIranA god of fire
Sakhadai NoinSiberiaA god of fire
WotoOto/ ShongoA god of fire
AgniHindu/ VedicA god of fire & guardian of homes
HeimdallNorseA god of fire & light
Eate/ EgataBasqueA god of fire & storms
Chu jungChinaA god of fire & the celestial executioner
Molek/ MolochAmoriteA god of fire that children were sacrificed to IAW 1 Kings11:7 & 2 Kings 23:10 only
IntaAztecA god of fire who is associated with paternalism
VulcanRomanA god of fire, inventing & metal working
MasauwuHopiA god of fire, war, death, & the night
AmiEgyptA god of fire.
EbisuJapanA god of fishermen
Cheng San KungChinaA god of fishing
Turi a faumeaPolynesianA god of fishing & reptiles
Fu HsiChinaA god of fishing nets,vegetation, of happiness & the inventor of writing
NjordScandinaviaA god of fishing, prosperity & ships
TangaroaPolynesiaA god of fishing, the ocean & reptiles, the life giver of all
Veles/ VolosRussia/ SlavicA god of flocks & herds, death & the Underworld
Pan/ ConsentesGreek/ RomanA god of flocks, herds & of shepherds
TapioRussiaA god of forests
AryamanHindu/ VedicA god of formal hospitality
Du'uzu DunatisCelticA god of fortifications
DunatisCelticA god of fortifications
GadCanaanA god of fortune
Ketua NgbandiZaireA god of fortune invoked at daybreak
RundasHittite/ HurrianA god of fortune that is associated with hunting
Ikenga IboNigeriaA god of fortune, a benevolent deity
LempoFinnishA god of frenzied of love
Apam NapatPersia/ Hindu/ VedicA god of fresh water
NethunsEtruscanA god of fresh water
PuskaitisLithuaniaA god of fruit
FreyrNorseA god of fruits, thriving crops & peaceful prosperity
RannoEgyptA god of gardens
IlmarinenFinnishA god of good weather & the wind, he is also a protective deity of travelers & for a lark he forged the sun
KrumineLithuaniaA god of grain
NorovRussiaA god of grain
NeperEgyptA god of grain & barley
SerapisEgyptA god of grain, of grain
AyyapanHinduA god of growth
Hu ShenChinaA god of hail
Fu ShenChinaA god of happiness
Pu HsingChinaA god of happiness
Ah Unicir Dz'acabMayaA god of healing
BasamumS. ArabiaA god of healing
GhantakarnaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA god of healing
AugeusGreekA god of healing
LenusCelticA god of healing
LocoHaiti/ VodunA god of healing
SadrapaSyriaA god of healing
Aesculapius/ AsklepiosGreek/ RomanA god of healing & of medicine
GrannosCelticA god of healing & springs
Khons[u]/ Khons HorEgyptA god of healing & the moon
GrannusRomanA god of healing affiliated with hot springs & mineral waters
OcelusRoman/ BritishA god of healing that became syncretized with the god Mars
Sukuna-HikonaJapan/ ShintoA god of healing that helped establish the methods of healing diseases as well as a means to control & protection against Bob beast, snakes, insects, et all
ImhotepEgyptA god of healing, embalming, medicine, learning, sleep etc
Nanan BouclouEweA god of herbs & medicine
AristatosGreekA god of herdsmen
Deving IchingLatviaA god of horses
RevantaHinduA god of hunters
Toa'lalit Bella CoolaA god of hunters
Huvi OvimbunduW.AfricaA god of hunting
ZvorunaSlavicA god of hunting
TekkeitserktockInuitA god of hunting & the earth
Onuris Egypt/ HellenicA god of hunting & war
Lei TsuChinaA god of innkeepers
WotanGermanicA god of inspiration & magic
Ogun Nago/ Edo/ Yoruba/ W. AfricaA god of iron, hunting & war
Neptune/ NeptunusItaly/ RomanA god of irrigation
Pien HoChinaA god of jewelers
Hsi shenChinaA god of joy
Gao Yao/ Ting-jianChinaA god of judgment
IstanuHittiteA god of judgment who was also a sun god
Ko Hsien WengChinaA god of jugglers
Itzli Aztec a God of justice
Ixquimilli-ItzlacoliuhquiAztec/ MexicoA god of justice
AnbayS. ArabiaA god of justice & an oracular source
ForsetiNorse/ GermanicA god of justice for men & gods
DharmaHinduA god of justice, righteousness & virtue
Tyr/ TiwazNorseA god of justice, sports & war
ZaoshenChinaA god of kitchens
Tsao ChunChinaA god of kitchens & stoves
AlulueiMicronesiaA god of knowledge
MahasthamparataIndiaA god of knowledge
Chicoahui Itzcuintli-ChanticoAztecA god of lapidaries
TiwazGermanicA god of law
KhemEgyptA god of life and growth in nature, vegetation, animals, fertility
BronoNorseA god of light
Mirsa Georgia/ MingrelanCaucasusA god of light & responsible for fire
SuryaHindu/ VedicA god of light & war
Boora Pennu KhondiIndiaA god of light that created the earth goddess & they made the other great gods
Tane[mahuta]PolynesianA god of light, fertility & the sky
Karai-ShinBuddhist/ JapanA god of lightning
CatequilIncaA god of lightning & thunder
Reseph MikalPhoeniciaA god of lightning & thunder
TawhakiPolynesianA god of lightning & thunder
AgniIndiaA god of lightning, fire, & the sun & who also mediates between the gods & humans
Kuan TiChinaA god of literature & fortune telling
Kuei ShingChineseA god of literature presides in Ursa Major
Sarvabuddharma-KosavatiBuddhistA god of literature, the deification of texts
Shou HsingChinaA god of longevity
Shoul laoChinaA god of longevity
ShouxingChinaA god of longevity
JurojinJapaneseA god of longevity & luck
Shou LaoChinaA god of longevity that started out as an astral deity
Dwyn/ DwynwenCelticA god of love
Koto-Shiro-NushiJapan/ ShintoA god of love
PradyummaDavidian/ TamilA god of love
AmorRomanA god of love
Angus OgIrishA god of love
CupidRomanA god of love
OenghusIrishA god of love
Kama/ Kama[Deva]Hindu/ Puranic/ IndianA god of love & carnal desire
KamaHinduA god of love & desire
King WanChinaA god of luck
FukurokujuJapaneseA god of luck & the star god
JunrojinJapan/ ShintoA god of luck, one of seven
HehaEgyptA god of magical words
Hun NalMayaA god of maize
Backlum ChaamMayaA god of male sexuality & of sex
Gon-Po Nag-PoTibetA god of many names
HymenaiosGreek/ RomanA god of marriage
HymenGreek/ RomanA god of marriage & first love
Chang PanChinaA god of masons
CianIrishA god of medicine
OsanyinAfricaA god of medicine
Shen Hsui ChihChinaA god of medicine
PatecatlAztecA god of medicine & surgery
O Kuni NushiJapaneseA god of medicine & witchcraft
Orunmila Yoruba/ NigeriaA god of mercy & destiny
GaFonA god of metal
CredneIrishA god of metallurgy & smithing
Jakomba BangalaZaireA god of morality that controls human thought
ArunaHinduA god of morning & warriors
BarSyriaA god of mountains, war, deserts, battle
Kai YumMayaA god of music
AdonisGreekA god of nature
SilvanusRomanA god of nature and the woods
KhusorSemiteA god of navigation & incantations
JammaPhonecia/ CanaanA god of of water, to be primarily a sea god
Niu WangChinaA god of oxen
ChicomenochtliAztecA god of painters & solar pleasure[not my claim]
Thurremlin/ Daramulun S. WaelsAus.A god of passage, from adolescence to manhood
HetepEgyptA god of peace & happiness
ReshephCanaanA god of plague
NergalMesopotamiaA god of plague & a chthonic underworld god
Enudu GishaUgandaA god of plague, specifically smallpox
NamtaruAssyriaA god of plagues
AttisRomanA god of plants
Ah Kin XocMayaA god of poetry, a singer & musician
HalahalaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA god of poison
PusanHindu/ Puranic/ VedicA god of possessions, physical prowess, strength
KuHawaiiA god of power, war & warriors
NunEgyptA god of primordial chaos
HorusEgyptA god of prophecy, healing, music, art, war, victory, light, the north & the sky
CernunnosRomanA god of prosperity
FebruusRomanA god of purity
Chhih of warg tzuChinaA god of rain
Deng Dinka/ NeurSudanA god of rain
AfiAbkhazA god of rain & thunderstorms that does not tolerate women using his name
UkkoFinnishA god of rain storms, thunder, weather & the sky
IndraHinduA god of rain, storms, thunder & clouds
FreyNorseA god of rain, weather, seafaring & war
FreyNorseA god of rain, weather, seafaring & war
RaEgyptA god of rebirth & war & the sun
BacchusRomanA god Of revelry & wine
P'i Chia MaChinaA god of ribs
Dedwin Nubian a god of riches & incense that was nailed by the Egyptians
JambhalaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA god of riches that may stand upon a man or a conch
Kawa No KamiJapanA god of rivers
YamCanaanA god of rivers & of the sea
SucellosCelticA god of rivers, death & a hammer god
Tu P'ingChinaA god of robbers
War HsuanChinaA god of robbers
Yen chengChinaA god of robbers
Chac Xib ChacMayaA god of sacrifice & war
Faivarongo TikopiaPolynesiaA god of sailors
TunekInuitA god of seal hunters
MirEgyptA god of sex
HimerusGreekA god of sexual desire
BanemdedetEgyptA god of sexual fertility
ArtaiusGaulA god of sheep & cattle herders
GaniklisLithuaniaA god of shepherds
War PinChinaA god of shoemakers
HanaNorseA god of silence
Tu-MetuaHervey Is.A god of silence that had an immaculate birth
GobnuIrishA god of skills to include Ale brewing
SomnusRomanA god of sleep and dreams
SagbataDahomeyA god of smallpox
ShagponaYorubaA god of smallpox
SoponaYorubaA god of smallpox
NinegalMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadianA god of smiths, a rather minor deity
Tung LuChinaA god of snow & skis
AiryamanPersiaA god of social bonds, contracts, & marriage who at the end of time will fish souls of the the temporarily damned called a Hell by using a net
Chou WangChinaA god of sodomy
MithrasGreek/ RomanA god of soldiers & war, thought to be an adoption of the Persian Mithra
NeboMesopotamiaA god of speech
NabuBabylon/ Mesopotamia/ AkkadianA god of speech & the scribe & herald of the gods
Wang the PureChinaA god of sport & gambling
MacuilxochitlAztecA god of sport of gambling, music & dance
KostrubonkoRussiaA god of spring
MarsRomanA god of springtime & war
O-Iwa-Dai-MyojinJapan/ Shinto/ BuddhistA god of stone workers
AlisanosGaulA god of stones
NenaunicMasaiA god of storms
NenaunirMasaiA god of storms
SilaInuitA god of storms
TiniaEtruscanA god of storms
ShangoNigeriaA god of storms & thunder
AresGreekA god of storms & war
ViracochaIncaA god of storms & war The chief deity
IlyapaIncaA god of storms & weather
HurakanNicaraguaA god of storms, thunder & hurricanes
KukulcanMayaA god of storms,& wind & creation
CratosGreekA god of strength
KratosGreekA god of strength
Tajika no mikotoJapaneseA god of strength
TelesphorusRomanA god of strength
Cheng Yuan hoChinaA god of strolling singers
TezcatlipocaAztec/ NahuatlA god of summer, war, power, death & evil
NefertemEgyptA god of sunrise, perfumes, ointments, virility, pleasure & Lotus flowers
AcatMayaA god of tattooists
Ching Ling TzuChinaA god of tea
Gur-Gyi Mgon-PoBuddhist/ TibetA god of tents
Chung K'ueiChina/ TaoA god of the afterlife that belongs to the Ministry of exorcism
ShuEgyptA god of the atmosphere, light, war, wind
Seven MacawMayaA god of the Big Dipper
Chao T'eng k'angChinaA god of the bowels
Chio Yuan TzuChinaA god of the brain
Chih JihChinaA god of the day
HermanubisEgyptA god of the dead in the cult of Isis
HammonLibyaA god of the dead son
Belata-CarduGaulA god of the destruction of your enemies
Tao KungChinaA god of the diaphragm
Chen KaoChinaA god of the ears
DagdaCelticA god of the earth
GebEgyptA god of the Earth
Hou T'uChinaA god of the earth
PachamacIncaA god of the earth
AkerEgyptA god of the earth that guards in the entrance to the underworld
Di JunChinaA god of the eastern sky
Chu YingChinaA god of the eyes
LitavisBritainA god of the forge
AnumatiSanskritA god of the full moon
Pai YuChinaA god of the guitar
Chu NiaoChinaA god of the heart
Hao Ch'iuChinaA god of the heart
Huan Yang ch'angChinaA god of the heart
Tsao WangChinaA god of the hearth fire
GrhadeviIndiaA god of the household
Ch'eng HuangChinaA god of the land,ditches, moats & the people
Tzu ku ShenChinaA god of the latrine
CakulhaMayaA god of the lessor lightning bolts
Lung YenChinaA god of the liver
Ch'ing LungChinaA god of the lungs
Pao KungChinaA god of the magistrates who was a victim of apotheosis as he lived from 999-1062 CE
GeniusRomanA god of the men only
ChonsuEgyptA god of the moon
ChandraVedicA god of the moon
Gidja Aus. A god of the moon
IaeBrazilA god of the moon
SomaHinduA god of the moon
TecciztecatlAztecA god of the moon
Tsuki-YomiJapanA god of the moon
YarikhCanaanA god of the moon
AlignakInuitA god of the moon, storms, earthquakes & tides
AttarW. Semitic/ CanaanA god of the morning star
Shang ChienChinaA god of the neck
Erlik SamoyedFinland?A god of the netherworld
HilalArabicA god of the new moon
Hapantalli/ Hapi/ HapyEgyptA god of the Nile, fish, barley, grain, herbs, water, dew, & fertility
VayuBuddhistA god of the northwestern quarter
Ch'ung Ling yuChinaA god of the nose
Nai GanGhannaA god of the ocean
AegirGermanicA god of the ocean
AgweVodunA god of the ocean
KanaloaHawaiianA god of the ocean
LirIrishA god of the ocean
NjordGermanicA god of the ocean
TinirauPolynesianA god of the ocean
Yu Ch'iangChinaA god of the ocean wind
LuddBritish/ CelticA god of the ocean, war & light
UrgelSlavicA god of the Pleiades
DyausHindu/ VedicA god of the rain
Taka-Okami-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoA god of the rains in the mountains
SaravakarmavaranavisodhaniBuddhistA god of the richer, another deification of text
SumuganMesopotamia/ SumeriaA god of the River plains
PontosGreekA god of the sea
Keret'kun/ KeretkunChukchee/ SiberiaA god of the sea
TangaroaMaori/ New ZealandA god of the sea
YammUgaritA god of the sea
Aylekete/ AgbeFonA god of the sea & a member of the Vodun gods
Llyr/ Lear Lir Irish/ WalesA god of the sea & water
TishtryaIranianA god of the sea & water
PriapusRomanA god of the shade
T'ung Chung chungChinaA god of the skin
BaalshaminSemiteA god of the sky
HinoIroquoisA god of the sky
RangiMaori/ New ZealandA god of the sky
RugabaUgandaA god of the sky
TiloMozambiqueA god of the sky & of thunder & rain
DonarGermanicA god of the sky & thunder
UtixoHottentotA god of the sky, rain, & thunder
ThorNorseA god of the sky, thunder , storms, sea journeys, the administration of justice & war
Dazhbog/ Dabog/ DazbogSlavicA god of the sky, wealth & war
Notus/ AusterRomanA god of the southwest wind
Ch'ang TsaiChinaA god of the spleen
Huang T'ingChinaA god of the spleen
Pao Yuan ch'uanChinaA god of the spleen
T'ung Lai yuChinaA god of the stomach
KuatBrazilA god of the sun & war
LegbaHaitiA god of the sun & war
AbartaIrishA god of the Tuatha De Danann
AiakosGreekA god of the underworld
Buadza GanGhanaA god of the wind
Fei Lien/ Fewi Lian/ Feng BoChinaA god of the wind
NotosGreekA god of the wind
Paka'aHawaiianA god of the wind
Shina-Tsu-Hiko/ Shina Tsu HimeJapanA god of the wind
VataHindu/ Vedic/ PersiaA god of the wind
Chi PoChinaA god of the winds
Master of WindsIroquoisA god of the winds
StribogSlavicA god of the winds
TomorAlbanianA god of the winds as well as a creator god, he is still worshipped today
TaneMaori/ New ZealandA god of the woodlands
LowalangiNais Is./ IndonesiaA god of the world above & source of anything good
Ho Po Ping IChinaA god of the Yellow River
Aji Suki Taka Hi KoneJapanA god of thunder
DongoSonghoiA god of thunder
HabiessoAfricaA god of thunder
Lei KungChinaA god of thunder
RaidenJapaneseA god of thunder
Sango Yoruba/ NigeriaA god of thunder
SummanusEtruscan/ RomanA god of thunder
XeviosoFonA god of thunder
DragoniAlbaniaA god of thunder & lightning
OsheYorubaA god of thunder & lightning
QuirinusRomanA god of thunder & of war
Pajonn Lapland a god of thunder known as the one who dwells in the heaven
PerkonsLatvia A god of thunder that brings beneficial rain & is a fertility god
Gebeleizis/ ZalmoxisThraceA god of thunderstorms
NinturaMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianA god of thunderstorms & the plow
HermesGreekA god of travelers, messenger to the gods, "The Good Shepherd", god of herds & flocks, a rather busy fellow
EkchuahMayaA god of traveling merchants
Loko FonBeninA god of trees
Netcheh NetchehEgyptA god of twofold vengeance
ApsuBabylonA god of underground waters
DanFonA god of unity
GadPunicA god of unknown qualities, but likely concerned with chance &/ or fortune
Yu TeChinaA god of vaccination
YarovitSlavicA god of victory
VahganArmeniaA god of victory, born from fire & has flames for hair
ItzcoliuhquiAztecA god of volcanoes, destruction & of the night
HephaestosGreekA god of volcanoes, fire & metal working
Ah HulnebMayaA god of war
Beg-TseBuddhist/ TibetA god of war
Bugid Y AlbaPuerto Rico/ HaitiA god of war
Buluc ChabtanMayaA god of war
Futsu-Nushi-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoA god of war
Gwendion/ GwydyonWelshA god of war
HexchuchanMaya/ ItzaA god of war
LaranEtruscanA god of war
RigisamusRoman/ CelticA god of war
SkandaHindu/ Puranic/ Epic/ IndiaA god of war
Ab Kin XocMayaA god of war
Ah Chuy KakMayaA god of war
Ah Cun CanMayaA god of war
AhulaneMayaA god of war
Dis PaterRomanA god of war
Guan DiChinaA god of war
Hoa TapuTahitiA god of war
KovasLithuaniaA god of war
KuklikimokuPolynesianA god of war
MenthuEgyptA god of war
NetIrishA god of war
NyambeZambiaA god of war
Oro Polynesia/ TahitiA god of war
Ppiz Hiu TecMayaA god of war
SauleLithuanianA god of war
TuetatesCelticA god of war
TuetatesaGaulA god of war
VahagnArmenianA god of war
WodanGermanicA god of war
Karttikeya/ Skanda/ ScandaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA god of war & a form of Skanda
Chang FeiChineseA god of war & butchers
Ek ChuahMayaA god of war & commerce
Ogoun/ OgunHaiti/ VodunA god of war & fire
CamaxtliAztecA god of war & fire as well as of one of of the 4 gods that created the world
MithraPersiaA god of war & light that had all the trappings of Christianity from 400BCE-200CE
Hachiman/ Hime-Gami/ Hime-O-KamiJapan/ ShintoA god of war & peace
TuPolynesianA god of war & stability
Ah KinchilMayaA god of war & the sun
HeliosGreekA god of war & the sun
IntiInca/ QuechuaA god of war & the sun
Kinich AhauMayaA god of war & the sun
Manco CapacInca/ QuechuaA god of war & the sun
SavitarHindu/ VedicA god of war & the sun
SolRomanA god of war & the sun
QuirinusRomanA god of war & the tutelary god of the Sabines
SmertriosCelticA god of war & tutelary deity of the Treveri
AnhurEgyptA god of war and hunting
Cit Cac CohMayaA god of war iconised as a red Puma
HachimanJapanA god of war that was based on an actual emperor, his sacred animal is the dove
Pap-nigin-garaMesopotamia/ AkkadiaA god of war that was lord of the boundary stone
SeocosusRoman/ IberiaA god of war that was popular with various troops of the Roman legions
Ogun EdoBeninA god of war that was sent to cut up the land to allow crops to the planted
TumatauengaPolynesianA god of war who was given charge over mankind
Odin/ Othin/ Oden/ WotanNorseA god of war, death, wisdom & divination. Chief of the gods
Mixcoatl-CamaxtliAztecA god of war, hunting & fire
ShamashBabylonA god of war, justice, divination & prophecy
PerunSlavicA god of war, justice, lightning & thunder
ShangoYorubaA god of war, storms, thunder & fertility
ResphuSyriaA god of war, worshipped in the Nile Delta
HeimdalGermanicA god of warriors
TlahuizcalpantecuhtliAztec/ NahuatlA god of warriors
VivasvatIndianA god of warriors
ShaharCanaanA god of warriors & the dawn
AtlAztecA god of water
BulaneMozambiqueA god of water
NemausisRoman/ GallicA god of water who has a sacred spring at Nimes in France
PilnytisLithuaniaA god of wealth
DaikokuJapanA god of wealth & happiness
Bishamon-Ten/ Bishamontenno/ TiamontennuJapanA god of wealth & protector of human life that chases demons
Tsai ShenChinaA god of wealth, associated with the mandarins
Ch'I-YouChinaA god of weapons, dancers, smiths & war
HilaInuitA god of weather
Dagon/ DaganPhoeniciaA god of wheat & grain
HaumiaMaoriA god of wild plants
FujinJapan/ ShintoA god of winds
TawhirimateaMaori/ New Zealand/ PolynesianA god of winds
FuflunsEtruscanA god of wine & of the harvest
Ssu ma Hsiang juChinaA god of wine merchants
HodNorseA god of winter
FudoJapanA god of wisdom
ManjusriBuddhistA god of wisdom
OmoikaneJapaneseA god of wisdom
TagniItalianA god of witchcraft
AngusCelticA god of youth
Epos/ OlloatirBritainA god often seen as a male form of Epona
Orisha NlaYorubaA god ordered by Olorun to create solid ground
Hsieh T'ien chunChinaA god personification of the planet Saturn
HubrisGreekA god personifying lack of restraint
BanebdjedetEgyptA god possibly involved with arbitration
MinEgyptA god potency, fertility, thunder, reproduction, roads & the sky
Yu TzuChinaA god rain
TishtryaPersiaA god rain, of clouds
ObaratorRomanA god responsible for overseeing the fertilizing of crops
Pellon PekkoFinnishA god responsible for the duration & harvest in the barley, used to make beer. Under Christianity you may find him with the name of St. Peter
Keng Li SsuChinaA god robbers
GhantapaniBuddhist/ MayhayanaA god running a round with a bell in his hand
AtunisEtruscanA god similar to Adonis
Aius LocutiusRomanA god supposed to have given warning of the approach of the Gauls 391 B.C.
Ho-PoChina/ TaoistA god that controls all rivers but in particular, the Yellow River
Khen-PaBuddhist/ TibetA god that controls the demons of heaven
Ai TojonYakut/ SiberiaA god that created all light
KucumatzMaya/ QuicheA god that created all things from itself
Ame-Waka-HikoJapan/ ShintoA god that goofed & had to die
AjbitMayaA god that helped create people [13 were involved]
Nanabohozo Ojibwa/ USA/ CanadaA god that influences the success or failure of hunters
PrajnantakaBuddhistA god that is a guardian of the southern direction
PadsmosnisaBuddhistA god that is connected with the guardian deities
Eji Ogbe Yoruba/ Nigeria/ W.AfricaA god that is king of the pantheon
AdroaAfricaA god that is the an early version of Adro
MajuBasqueA god that is the consort of the mother goddess & a divine spirit
PadmantakaBuddhistA god that is the guardian of the Western direction
T'ai ShanChinaA god that is the senior one in the heavenly ministries
HermraphroditosGreekA god that it became one with a goddess & is now of uncertain status
TrivikramaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA god that may have been a sun god but is accepted as an incarnation of Visnu
IakchosGreekA god that might be demon &/ or a demon that might be god
Moma UitotoSAA god that originally was the creator of mankind & the apotheosis of the moon
HuEgyptA god that personified royal authority
Geus UrvanIranA god that protected cattle
InuusRomanA god that protected herds
HapiEgyptA god that protected the the lungs of the dead
Hao JanjeroEthiopiaA god that resided in the river Gibe
JayakaraBuddhistA god that rides in a cage drawn by Cockatoos
gSan Sgrub BonTibetA god that was absorbed into a variety of Yama in Lamaism
du-l HalasaSW ArabiaA god that was demoted to the rank of an idle
GovannonWelshA god that was invoked to help clean the plowshare
Dedun/ DewdenEgyptA god that was the lord & giver of incense
ValiNordic/ IcelandicA god that will survive Ragnarok
Erh LangChinaA god that with his dog saved Beijing from flooding
AbuSumeriaA god the of vegetation
BonchorTunisiaA god thought to be the creator deity
AdrammelechMideastA god to whom infants were burnt in sacrifice [only reference to the practice in the christian OT]
NaigameyaHinduA god usually shown with the head of a goat
VasioGallic/ CelticA god Vocontii
HerabeHuliA god who causes insanity.
SomhlthIrish/ Scotland/ ManxA god who had no corporeal incarnation
CabaguilMayaA god who helped create the world & mortals
JayantaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA god who is one of the 11 forms of the god Rudra
JumalaFinnishA god who it is not only a sky god but it is but by air to closely supreme god as well
AngutaInuitA god who lives under the sea and drags down the dead
EnIltyrainA god who was demoted a demon by the Christians
EnzuMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA god who was named appears to be a corrupted form of Suen
GunuraMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA god whom nothing is known about, duty wise
AbaanguiGuaraniA god whose huge nose became the moon
LulalMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianA god whose job is not known
MadhukaraBuddhistA god whose name means honey maker
Dispater/ Dis Pater GaulA god whose name means the father
AesunIrishA god whose name means to be
Pancamukha-PatradevaBuddhistA god, a beggar
ManjughosaBuddhistA god, a Bodhisattva
PadmapaniBuddhistA god, a Buddha designate
SamantabhadraBuddhistA god, a form of a spiritual meditation Buddha
AparajitaHindu/ PuranicA god, a form of Rudra
SanmukhaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA god, a form of Skanda
GajavahanaHindu/ Davidian/ TamilA god, a form of the god Skanda
Nan-SgrubBuddhist/ TibetA god, a form of Yama
TikesnosnaBuddhistA god, a guardian in the northwestern quarter
DhurjatiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA god, a manifestation of Siva
HansaHindu/ PuranicA god, a minor avatar of visible
HrsikesaHinduA god, a minor avatar of Visnu
MahabalaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA god, a rather fearsome emanation of Amitabha
MahadevaHindu/ PuranicA god, a rather important that a of Siva
SarvanaranaviskambhinBuddhistA god, a spiritual meditation buddha
SavpayanjihaBuddhistA god, a spiritual meditation buddha
SarvasokatamonirghatmatiageBuddhistA god, another spiritual meditation buddha
DhvajosnisaBuddhistA god, apparently a guardian deity
UsnisaBuddhistA god, guardian of the integration & a collective term for a group of eight gods
sMan-BlaBuddhist/ TibetA god, in medicine Buddha
MahakalaHindu/ PuranicA god, its a violent aspect of Siva
NilalohitaHinduA god, one of the forms of Rudra
KapaliHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA god, one of the forms of the Rudra
HerukaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA god, one of the more popular in the pantheon
SuresvaraHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA god, one of the Rudra gods
Mog RuithIrishA god, possibly a solar god
MeslamtaeaSumeriaA god, possibly of war
SarapisEgyptA god, rather late in arrival
PajainenFinnishA god, the deity that killed the great bull in the legends of Finland
SakyamuniBuddhist/ TibetA god, the historical Buddha
MahPersiaA god, the progenitor of the cow who also presides over tides & time as well as a moon god
LaksmanaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA god, the younger brother of Rama
MimirNorseA god/ demon of knowledge & wisdom
InariJapan/ ShintoA god/ dess of food & rice
Nu guaChinaA god/ goddess
Ishi-Kori-DomeJapan/ ShintoA god/ goddess of stonecutters
Chac/ Chac MolMayaA god[s] of lightning, rain, thunder, wind & fertility
Arya-TaraBuddhistA goddess
AstrikSlavicA goddess
Bala-SaktiDravidianA goddess
BhuvanesvariHinduA goddess
ChayaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess
CitrasenaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA goddess
DenaIranA goddess
DevasenaHindu/ PuranicA goddess
DigambaraBuddhist/ TibetA goddess
DiksaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess
DirghadeviHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess
GandhaBuddhist/ TibetA goddess
Gangir/ Hegir-NunaMesopotamia/ SumeriaA goddess
HarsaHinduA goddess
IndukariHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess
IsiIndiaA goddess
KamaksiDravidian/ TamilA goddess
KamalaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess
KesiniBuddhistA goddess
KirtiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess
Kollapura-MahalaksmiHindu/ PuranicA goddess
KuladeviHinduA goddess
LocanaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA goddess
Mahasri-TaraBuddhist/ MayhayanaA goddess
MahcinatraBuddhist/ Mayhayana/ TibetA goddess
MamakiBuddhistA goddess
MulliltuMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadianA goddess
NairamataBuddhist/ MayhayanaA goddess
Nintinugga/ GulaMesopotamia/ SumeriaA goddess
PandaraBuddhistA goddess
Parna-SavariBuddhist/ MayhayanaA goddess
RiddiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess
Sri[devi]Hindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess
ValliHinduA goddess
AataentsicIroquoisA goddess
AncastaBritainA goddess
AruruBabylonA goddess
Asase AfuaGhanaA goddess
CliodnaIrish/ ScotlandA goddess
DilIrishA goddess
DruantiaCelticA goddess
GoleuddyddWalesA goddess
HenwenWalesA goddess
MahapratyangiraBuddhist/ MayhayanaA goddess
Mayajalakrama-KurukullaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA goddess
NaginiJain/ IndiaA goddess
NtoaGhanianA goddess
PrajanaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA goddess
PritiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess
ReretEgyptA goddess
SandhyaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess
SatyabhamaHindu/ Davidian/ TamilA goddess
SkadiNordic/ IcelandicA goddess
SubhadraHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess
TasenetnofretEgyptA goddess
Tasmettu[m]Mesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadianA goddess
TinnitCarthageA goddess
TritaHindu/ VedicA goddess
VajradhatvisvariBuddhistA goddess
VajradhatvisvariBuddhistA goddess
XbaquiyaloMayaA goddess
BuddhaalocanaBuddhist/ ShingonA goddess & female Buddha
SkuldNorseA goddess & future
ClotaScotland/ England/ WalesA goddess & namesake of the River Clyde
ObaYorubaA goddess & protector of prostitutes
Aife/ AoifeIrish/ ScotlandA goddess & queen of the Isle of shadow
GrahamatrkaNepalA goddess & stellar deity
Jia ShiChinaA goddess & stellar deity
Ma ShiChinaA goddess & stellar deity
SnegurochkaRussiaA goddess & winter
Sukla-TaraBuddhist/ MayhayanaA goddess an emanation of all the meditation Buddhas
AngeronaRomanA goddess anguish, secrecy, silence & the winter solstice
AccaRomanA goddess associated with Hercules
MaharatriHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess associated with Kali & Kamala
NicevennScotlandA goddess associated with Samhain
JnanadakiniBuddhist/ MayhayanaA goddess associated with, or whose name means, knowledge
Baba YagaSlavicA goddess Autumn & death
FornaxRomanA goddess baking & grain
NairIrishA goddess best known for escorting High King Crebhan to the Otherworld
MeskhoniEgyptA goddess birth & midwives
FortunaRomanA goddess chance, fate, luck & happiness
CubaRomanA goddess children's sleep & infants
VeniliaRomanA goddess Coastal waters
KalikaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA goddess common often seen standing upon a corpse
Kaltesh UgricW. SiberiaA goddess concerned with the birth & destiny of the child
CundaBuddhist/ TibetA goddess considered a deification of literature
BritomartisCreteA goddess depicted as a hunter
SraddhaHinduA goddess Faith
EostreCelticA goddess for whom the Ostara Sabbat is named for aka Easter
SalmacisGreekA goddess Fountain, spring
Hlothyn/ Holdyn/ FjorgynNordicA goddess from the poetic edda
Nin Mar Ki/ NinmahMesopotamia/ SumeriaA goddess goddess
CacaRomanA goddess Hearth of fire
Himalia A goddess invoked to bless the harvest
ScabiesRomanA goddess invoked to cure skin diseases
AuseklisLatviaA goddess linked to fertility, involved in the the heavenly bathhouse
BronachIrishA goddess linked to forgotten Samhain rituals
SiofnNordic/ IcelandicA goddess listed by Snorri
AgweHaiti/ VodunA goddess manifestation of Yemanja
HeketEgyptA goddess midwives
HektEgyptA goddess midwives
Sar AkkaSwedishA goddess midwives
Uks AkkaSwedishA goddess midwives
Dou MouChinaA goddess North Star, health & diseases & justice
NortiaEtruscanA goddess of
KapoHawaiiaA goddess of abortions, fertility, childbirth & midwives
Habondia/ Abondia/ Abunciada/ HabondeBritainA goddess of abundance & prosperity
Taka ritaPolynesianA goddess of adultery
TagabayanPhilippineA goddess of adultery & incest
Lauka Mate/ LaukamatLativaA goddess of agriculture
ChiangChinaA goddess of agriculture
Abundantia/ AbunditaRomanA goddess of agriculture & abundance
VacunaRomanA goddess of agriculture & leisure
FaunaRomanA goddess of agriculture & winter
Runcina Roman? A goddess of agriculture who presides over weeding
ArtemisGreekA goddess of agriculture, archery, hunting, chastity, virginity, fertility, childbirth,the moon, & of nature
HecateGreekA goddess of agriculture, black magic, witchcraft, crossroads, fertility, the moon, night, & wisdom
SifNorseA goddess of agriculture, fertility & autumn
XochiquetzalAztecA goddess of agriculture, fertility, love, sensual pleasure, sex, happiness, the moon & weavers
CeresRomanA goddess of agriculture, grain & summer
TellusRomanA goddess of agriculture, grain fields & fertility
DemeterGreekA goddess of agriculture, grain, autumn, the earth , & fertility
LaksmiHindu/ Puranic/ Epic/ IndiaA goddess of agriculture, love, beauty, prosperity, Lotus flowers, wealth, & pleasure
AirmidIrishA goddess of all healing arts & witchcraft
AhuicAztec/ MexicoA goddess of all running water
NemesisGreekA goddess of anger, fate & justice
PoloknalaiKafir/ AfghanistanA goddess of animals
NokChinaA goddess of Aquarius
HecaergeGreekA goddess of archery
SatetEgyptA goddess of archery & hunting
EcecheiraGreekA goddess of armistices & peace
AnaelBabylonA goddess of astral light
Sarasvati Hindu,VedicA goddess of astronomy, science, education, wisdom, eloquence & rivers
MinervaRomanA goddess of astronomy, science, inventing, medicine, painting, thinking, wisdom, war & sculpture
AnnapurnaIndiaA goddess of autumn
Idem Huva FinnoUgricA goddess of autumn
Mama PachaIncaA goddess of autumn
Rugiu BobaLithuanianA goddess of autumn
Tatsuta HimeJapanA goddess of autumn
ZisaGermanicA goddess of autumn
PomonaRomanA goddess of autumn, fruits, fruit trees, gardens & prosperity
DugnaiLithuanianA goddess of baking & kneading & liquor
Siris/ SirahBabylonA goddess of banquets & rain clouds
TulsiIndianA goddess of basil plants
BauboGreekA goddess of bawdy laughter
Arito/ Artio of MutiSwitzerlandA goddess of bears, prosperity & the harvest
Artio of Muti/ AritoSwitzerlandA goddess of bears, prosperity & the harvest
HoraRomanA goddess of beauty
ZariaSlavicA goddess of beauty
HebeGreekA goddess of beauty, wine spring & youth as well as the cup bearer of the gods
BubilasLithuaniaA goddess of bees
MelloniaRomanA goddess of bees & honey
MelobosisGreekA goddess of beneficence
Sirona/ DironaBritainA goddess of beneficial hot springs
KaltesVogul/ SiberiaA goddess of birth
DecimaRomanA goddess of birth that watches over the pregnancy
Pi Hsia Yuan ChinChinaA goddess of birth, midwives & healing
SesatEgyptA goddess of books & knowledge
IsesAfricaA goddess of bow & arrow
Sao ch'ing Niang NiangChinaA goddess of brooms & fair weather
P'an Chin lienChinaA goddess of brothels, lasciviousness, prostitution & sex
ThaliaGreekA goddess of burlesque
ChallalammaIndiaA goddess of buttermilk [?]
KaldasRussiaA goddess of cattle
YnakhsytYakut/ SiberiaA goddess of cattle
SpeioGreekA goddess of caves
KaliHindu/ Puranic/ IndiaA goddess of cemeteries, destruction & death that helped dance the universe into existence
EstsanatlehiNavahoA goddess of change, fertility & the sky
MatronitSpanishA goddess of chastity, promiscuity,& motherhood
Nirmali/ ShuwiKafir/ AfghanistanA goddess of childbirth
Thakur DeoEtruscanA goddess of childbirth
BubastisEgyptA goddess of childbirth
Chakwaina OkyaZuniA goddess of childbirth
ChiuacoztlNahuA goddess of childbirth
EileithyiaGreekA goddess of childbirth
LaimaLatviaA goddess of childbirth
NascioRomanA goddess of childbirth
NumeriaRomanA goddess of childbirth
PartulaRomanA goddess of childbirth
PukkeenegakInuitA goddess of childbirth & clothes making
ZemynaLithuanianA goddess of childbirth & life
CandeliferaRomanA goddess of childbirth & midwives
EleithyiaGreekA goddess of childbirth & midwives
ErmutuEgyptA goddess of childbirth & midwives
CarmentaRomanA goddess of childbirth & midwives, prophecy & springs
IlithyiaGreekA goddess of childbirth Eileithyia, Eilethyia, Eleuto
EgeriaRomanA goddess of childbirth of midwives, fountains & justice
DianaGreek/ RomanA goddess of childbirth, chastity, virginity, fertility, hunting, the moon & the sky
Kwan YinChinaA goddess of childbirth, compassion & mercy
IsisEgyptA goddess of childbirth, death, the earth, fertility, marital devotion, motherhood, healing, home, magic, the moon & the mother goddess
Hera/ HereGreekA goddess of childbirth, marriage, motherhood, of the sky, & storms
HaumeaHawaiiA goddess of childbirth, midwives & of fertility
PostvortaRomanA goddess of childbirth, midwives & the past
AverruncusRomanA goddess of childbirth, specifically of the delivery
AntevortaRomanA goddess of childbirth, the future & prophecy
ShashtiHinduA goddess of children & childbirth
PotinaRomanA goddess of children's of beverages & drinking
Hulka DeviHinduA goddess of cholera
BereniceEgyptA goddess of Coma Berenices
YaparammaIndiaA goddess of commerce
HlinNorseA goddess of consolation
NirritiHindu/ VedicA goddess of corruption, decay, disease, healing & of destruction of evil
CarmanIrishA goddess of County Wexford & black magic
BelisamaGaulA goddess of crafts & the forge
EnodiaGreekA goddess of crossroads & gates
KeketEgyptA goddess of darkness associated with the the island of flame
EreshkigalSumeriaA goddess of death
Hel[i]GermanicA goddess of death
KalmaFinnishA goddess of death
ManiaRomanA goddess of death
Elphame/ Elphlane/ Elphane/ Queen of ElphameScotlandA goddess of death & disease
LibitinaRomanA goddess of death & funerals
PersephoneGreekA goddess of death & spring
Yuki OnneJapaneseA goddess of death by freezing
MortaRomanA goddess of death who became one of the Parcae
Tlazolteotl/ IxcuinameAztecA goddess of death, filth, love, licentiousness, sex, sport, gambling, uncertainty, witchcraft, intoxication & pleasure
GiltineLithuaniaA goddess of death, her preferred method is either strangulation or suffocation
NephthysEgyptA goddess of death, war, of warriors
MaraBuddhistA goddess of death/ the evil principle
Dahud Ahes/ DahutBritainA goddess of debauchery
MhayaTanzaniaA goddess of deserted lovers
CandikaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess of desire
AphroditeGreekA goddess of desire, fertility & sexual love & beauty
NelaimaLatviaA goddess of destiny
KartaLatviaA goddess of destiny, only known from oral/ folk tradition
TallaiSyriaA goddess of dew, rain
DisciplinaRomanA goddess of discipline
ErisGreekA goddess of discord & strife
DiscordiaRomanA goddess of discord & war
AteGreekA goddess of discord, evil, error, infatuation & justice
Marie aim'eMartiniqueA goddess of disease
ShitalaHinduA goddess of disease [smallpox]
CardeaRomanA goddess of door hinges
AndromedaGreekA goddess of dreams
AriadneGreekA goddess of dreams
DisScandinaviaA goddess of drinking
NagawonyiUgandaA goddess of drought
Shun I Fu genChinaA goddess of drought & of famine
NagadyaUgandaA goddess of drought & rain
Mami/ MamaSumeriaA goddess of drunkenness & midwives
Ashnan/ AsnanSumeriaA goddess of drunkenness, wine & grains
MahuikaPolynesiaA goddess of earthquakes who rules the edges of the underworld
TriduanaScotlandA goddess of Edinburgh
SofhEgyptA goddess of education
CerridwenWelshA goddess of education & healing
BrighidCelticA goddess of education, healing, sore eyes
InkosazanaZulu/ S. AfricaA goddess of education, rain, the rainbow & mist
Cu Chulain / Sentanta/ Cuchulainn/ The Watchdog ofChulainA goddess of eight & white
RadhaHindu/ Puranic/ Epic/ IndiaA goddess of emotional love
PraxadikeRomanA goddess of enterprise
AjatarFinnishA goddess of evil
AbereMelanesiaA goddess of Evil
AccoGreekA goddess of Evil
AhtiEgyptianA goddess of evil
AijoEstoniaA goddess of evil
AlbastaSlavicA goddess of evil
ApaturiaGreekA goddess of evil
KorosGreekA goddess of extravagant joy & exuberance
OphthalmitisGreekA goddess of eyesight
Hsi ShihChinaA goddess of face cream
PhemeGreekA goddess of fame
FamaRomanA goddess of fame & rumors
VerplacaRomanA goddess of family harmony
Aerten/ Aerfen/ AeronWales/ CornishA goddess of fate
Dola/ DolyaRussia/ SerbiaA goddess of fate
FateRomanA goddess of fate
NecessitasRomanA goddess of fate
UrdNorseA goddess of fate
Hemsut/ HemusetEgyptA goddess of fate and newborn babies
Wang Mu Niang NiangChinaA goddess of female energy
WeiwoboChinaA goddess of female Energy
AsheraPhoeniciaA goddess of fertility
BauSumeriaA goddess of fertility
CerridwenCelticA goddess of fertility
CotysThraceA goddess of fertility
DercetoGreekA goddess of fertility
FaumeaPolynesianA goddess of fertility
GefionGermanicA goddess of fertility
Kokopell' ManaHopi/ SW USAA goddess of fertility
Quan YinChinaA goddess of fertility
SessrumnirGermanicA goddess of fertility
Brag srin moTibetA goddess of fertility & an ancestral goddess
Ame No UzumeJapaneseA goddess of fertility & happiness
FriggNorse/ GermanicA goddess of fertility & marriage
RangdaBalineseA goddess of fertility & of sexuality, Lust
NehalenniaGermanicA goddess of fertility & the ocean
Boann/ Boannan BoyneIrishA goddess of fertility & the river Boyne
FreyjaNorseA goddess of fertility & vegetation
ArianrhodWalesA goddess of fertility & wanton love & mother aspect of the triple goddess
Istar/ EstarMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA goddess of fertility & war known as the star of heaven
Bona Dea/ FaunaRomanA goddess of fertility, great prophecy, the dispenser of healing herbs & rather prim & chaste
FreyaGermanicA goddess of fertility, love, beauty, sex & youth
FreyaGermanicA goddess of fertility, love, beauty, sex & youth
RatiHindu/ BalineseA goddess of fertility, love, passion & of sex
BastetEgyptA goddess of fertility, love, sex,of joy
AlaNigeriaA goddess of fertility, morality & of justice
InannaMesopotamianA goddess of fertility, of love
InanaMesopotamian/ SumeriaA goddess of fertility, of love & war
Al LatArabicA goddess of fertility, procreation & the earth
OpsRomanA goddess of fertility, prosperity & the harvest
TaueretEgyptA goddess of fertility, rebirth, justice, pregnancy & childbirth
Astarte/ AshtorethPhoenicia/ Babylon/ Assyria/ conference/ CanaanA goddess of fertility, sacred love, sexuality & of sex & the moon
AnahitaPersiaA goddess of fertility, semen & of water
NaamahCanaanA goddess of fertility, sex
KupaloSlavicA goddess of fertility, sex & fire
AlemonaRomanA goddess of fetuses
FidesRomanA goddess of fidelity, honesty, oaths & public trust
Aido WedoHaitiA goddess of fire
AsbitEgyptA goddess of fire
Biliku A goddess of fire
CamillaItalianA goddess of fire
Dayang RacaBorneoA goddess of fire
ElenaRussianA goddess of fire
GogaMelanesianA goddess of fire
KahindoZaireA goddess of fire
OcrisiaRomanA goddess of fire
OllaCubaA goddess of fire
OtMongolA goddess of fire
TabitiScythiaA goddess of fire
Top'tineBrazil/ PeruA goddess of fire
YansaBrazilA goddess of fire
DurgaHindu/ PuranicA goddess of fire & a vengeful warrior
AibheaegIrishA goddess of fire & of toothaches
Mahui IkiPolynesiaA goddess of fire & the underworld
ChuginadakAleutA goddess of fire & volcano
FujiAinu/ JapanA goddess of fire & volcano & chief goddess
DzalarhonsHaidaA goddess of fire & volcanoes
DaragoPhilippineA goddess of fire & volcanos
MasayaNicaraguaA goddess of fire volcanoes & earthquakes
MatergabiaeLithuaniaA goddess of fire, & the home
Mylitta/ Mu'AllidtuPhoenician/ BabylonA goddess of fire, childbirth & fertility
ThemisGreekA goddess of fire, hospitality, human rights, justice
Loo Wit Klickitat/ PNWA goddess of fire, volcanoes
PeleHawaiianA goddess of fire, volcanoes & witchcraft
OlosaPuerto RicoA goddess of fishermen
UrurupuinMicronesiaA goddess of flirting, happiness & playfulness
ChlorisGreekA goddess of flowers
AyauhteotlAztecA goddess of fog & mist
AnnapatniHinduA goddess of food
Ogetsu no himeShintoA goddess of food
Uke MochiJapaneseA goddess of food
Toyo Uke BimeJapan/ ShintoA goddess of foodstuffs
KoliasGreekA goddess of foothills
ArduinnaRoman/ Celtic/ EuropeanA goddess of forests & hunting
CybelePhrygianA goddess of forests, mountains, and fertility
TycheGreek/ RomanA goddess of fortune
TsilahHaiti/ VodunA goddess of fortune & beauty
RenenutetEgyptA goddess of fortune, grain, milk, harvest, nursing babies Renenutet
BiblysGreekA goddess of fountains
FonsRomanA goddess of fountains
TelphusaGreekA goddess of fountains
LibertasRomanA goddess of freedom & constitutional government
SukkamielliFinnishA goddess of frenzied love
TacomaSalishA goddess of fresh waters
NaeniaRomanA goddess of funerals
FloraRomanA goddess of gardens, plants, flowers, love, prostitution,spring & youth
LiberalitasRomanA goddess of generosity
VaruniHinduA goddess of golden liquor
AgroteraGreekA goddess of good health & hunting
KishijotenJapanA goddess of good luck
UkatYanaA goddess of good luck
KornjunferGermanicA goddess of grain
NepitEgyptA goddess of grain
RobigoRomanA goddess of grain
GabjaujaLithuaniaA goddess of grain that was demoted to an evil spirit by Christianity
Auxesia A goddess of growth
MaiaRomanA goddess of growth whose cult was associated with that of Vulcanus
Asa PoornaChohan/ IndiaA goddess of happiness
AshisIndiaA goddess of happiness
Bikeh HozhoNavahoA goddess of happiness
BlidScandinaviaA goddess of happiness
ChundaBuddhistA goddess of happiness
Dorje NaljormaTibetA goddess of happiness
EkajataBuddhistA goddess of happiness
ElpisGreekA goddess of happiness
EutychiaGreekA goddess of happiness
FelicitasRomanA goddess of happiness
Fuwch FrechWelshA goddess of happiness
IambeGreekA goddess of happiness
NatScandinaviaA goddess of happiness
Suklang malayonPhilippinesA goddess of happiness
Tsho gyalmaTibetanA goddess of happiness
TuiChinaA goddess of happiness
WarrtaHinduA goddess of happiness
Yingxi NiangChinaA goddess of happiness
KomodiaGreekA goddess of happiness & amusement
NandiIndiaA goddess of happiness & joy
SamkhatBabylonA goddess of happiness & joy
LadaSlavicA goddess of happiness & love
XilonenAztecA goddess of happiness & maize
DiwaliBhil/ IndiaA goddess of happiness & merriment
HoliIndiaA goddess of happiness & merriment
EuphrosyneGreekA goddess of happiness & one of the graces
FandCelticA goddess of happiness & pleasure
WopehLakotaA goddess of happiness & pleasure
GwenCelticA goddess of happiness & smiles
OchumarePuerto RicoA goddess of happiness & the rainbow
SpesRomanA goddess of happiness, hope & law
AutyebEgyptA goddess of happiness, Joy
Re'are'aTahitiA goddess of happiness, joy
JarinaBelem/ BrazilA goddess of happiness, joy & a tree goddess
LalitaIndiaA goddess of happiness, playfulness
NinkasiSumeriaA goddess of happiness, Pleasure
ConcordiaRomanA goddess of harmony, peace & justice
HalaKassiteA goddess of healing
AgamedeGreekA goddess of healing
AncetaRomanA goddess of healing
ArganteBritishA goddess of healing
BebhionnIrishA goddess of healing
BormoniaRomanA goddess of healing
CaryatisGreekA goddess of healing
CuraRomanA goddess of healing
EastreGermanA goddess of healing
EirNorseA goddess of healing
GebjonScandinaviaA goddess of healing
GroaScandinaviaA goddess of healing
HaltiaFinno/ UgricA goddess of healing
KattakjuInuitA goddess of healing
KongsimKoreanA goddess of healing
LetoGreekA goddess of healing
MamaKoreaA goddess of healing
MeditirinaRomanA goddess of healing
MellaZimbabweA goddess of healing
MemeZaireA goddess of healing
MiritatsiecCrowA goddess of healing
NawandyoUgandaA goddess of healing
NejmaMoroccoA goddess of healing
Nin Ezan [La]/ GulaSumeriaA goddess of healing
NinkarrakAssyrianA goddess of healing
OrehuGuyanaA goddess of healing
Pali KongjuKoreanA goddess of healing
SauskaMesopotamiaA goddess of healing
SinnilktokInuitA goddess of healing
ThatmanituPhoeniciaA goddess of healing
TlitcaplitanaBella CoolaA goddess of healing
TociAztecA goddess of healing
UliPolynesianA goddess of healing
Fulla/ FollaGermanicA goddess of healing
AjysytYakut/ SiberiaA goddess of healing & birth
AlmoshiSlavicA goddess of healing & cattle
OrbonaRomanA goddess of healing & childhood diseases
BibiGypsyA goddess of healing & cholera
Po Yan DariCambodianA goddess of healing & diseases
Yanguang PusaChinaA goddess of healing & eyes
BabaSumeriaA goddess of healing & fertility
FebrisRomanA goddess of healing & fevers
PolydamnaEgyptA goddess of healing & herbs
Tzapotla TenanMexicanA goddess of healing & herbs
UbastetEgyptA goddess of healing & hunting
IasoGreek/ RomanA goddess of healing & medicine
CirceGreekA goddess of healing & of herbs
Ai Tupua'iPolynesiaA goddess of healing & of war
MephitisRomanA goddess of healing & poisonous gases
MarianaBelemA goddess of healing & protector of sailors
Mokos E.Slavic A goddess of healing & sheep
JanguliBuddhistA goddess of healing & snakebites
HabetrotBritainA goddess of healing & spinning
Juterna/ JuturnaRomanA goddess of healing & springs invoked during drought
AbowieGhanaA goddess of healing & sterility
OculataRomanA goddess of healing & the eyes
FandIrishA goddess of healing & the ocean
ApoloniaBrazilA goddess of healing & toothaches
CoventinaCelticA goddess of healing & wells
AntaiIndiaA goddess of healing & whooping cough
SindgundGermanA goddess of healing charms
WarnaScandinaviaA goddess of healing charms & war
SegetaGaulA goddess of healing of springs
ThermaiaRomanA goddess of healing springs
Vi of WaraGermanA goddess of healing springs
AvetaCelticA goddess of healing waters
LymphaRomanA goddess of healing waters
ZaryaSlavicA goddess of healing waters
LalbaiIndiaA goddess of healing, & cholera
EpetEgyptA goddess of healing, childbirth, children
Kiri Amma Sri LankaA goddess of healing, childhood diseases
MulhalmoniKoreaA goddess of healing, eye diseases & water
OshunYorubaA goddess of healing, fertility & rivers
Mahalbiya HausaAfricaA goddess of healing, fevers, ulcers
NundaCherokeeA goddess of healing, headaches, & blisters
AjaYorubaA goddess of healing, herbs & of knowledge
MeditrinaRomanA goddess of healing, of medicine
GangaHinduA goddess of healing, rivers & happiness
RosmertaCeltic/ Roman/ GaulA goddess of healing, water, & sacred springs
CarnaRomanA goddess of health
ChowaIndiaA goddess of health
Dharni PinnuIndiaA goddess of health
KodamataIndiaA goddess of health
LaheBasqueA goddess of health
Manang JabanBorneoA goddess of health
MirahuatoPeruvianA goddess of health
PanaceaRomanA goddess of health
PrabhaIndiaA goddess of health
BaijiChinaA goddess of health & epidemics
DinawaganPhilippinesA goddess of health & healing
Pajau YanVietnamA goddess of health & healing
ZywiePolandA goddess of health & healing
ThoerisEgyptA goddess of health & justice
Ge GuChinaA goddess of health & medicine
HygeiaGreek/ RomanA goddess of health & medicine
RachmayCanaanA goddess of health & nurses
HadakaiIndiaA goddess of health & Rabies
JasoGreekA goddess of health & recovery Iaso
WidapokwiYavapaiA goddess of health & whirlwinds
ErzulieHaitiA goddess of health, clothes, flowers, jewelry, of fertility, love, virginity, beauty & sex
BisamIndiaA goddess of health, Diseases
QuabsoTanzaniaA goddess of health, fertility & rain
Coca MamaPeruA goddess of health, happiness & the coca plant
SalusRoman/ SabineA goddess of health, prosperity & public welfare
ValetudoItalianA goddess of health.
EkastakaIndiaA goddess of healthy children
Hotogov MailganBuriat/ SiberiaA goddess of heaven at night
InannaSumeriaA goddess of heaven, light, long life, the moon, & war
KupalaSlavicA goddess of herbal lore, long life,water, witchcraft & sorcery & sex
ClioGreek/ RomanA goddess of history
SagaNorseA goddess of history
HosiaGreekA goddess of holy rituals
MajestasRomanA goddess of honor & reverence
HipponaRomanA goddess of horses
EponaCelticA goddess of horses, mules, & oxen
AsthertetSyriaA goddess of horses, war & the moon
AdsullataBritainA goddess of hot springs
SulCelticA goddess of hot springs Sulla Sulis Sulevia
ChinnintammaIndiaA goddess of households
AeaGreekA goddess of hunting
AlopurbiIndiaA goddess of hunting
ArgeGreekA goddess of hunting
AstarteCanaanA goddess of hunting
CotiBushman/ AfricaA goddess of hunting
DebenaSlavicA goddess of hunting
DilwicaSlavicA goddess of hunting
DorinaNigeriaA goddess of hunting
Hunahpu VuchMayaA goddess of hunting
KuanjaAngolaA goddess of hunting
KyanwaNigerianA goddess of hunting
NitEgyptA goddess of hunting
NohuichanaMexicanA goddess of hunting
ViranakkaSaamiA goddess of hunting
AtidaUganda/ AfricaA goddess of hunting & rain
PakhetEgyptA goddess of hunting worshipped near Beni Hassan, in Middle Egypt
Anyigba Togo/ AfricaA goddess of hunting, luck & healing
LofnNorseA goddess of illicit unions
MayaHinduA goddess of illusion
RuminaRomanA goddess of infants
CuninaRomanA goddess of infants who are in the cradle
EdusaRomanA goddess of infants who are weaning
HnossaScandinaviaA goddess of infatuation
NevinbimbaauMelanesiaA goddess of initiations
Julunggul Aus. A goddess of initiations & waterfalls
CebhfhionnIrishA goddess of inspiration
CeridwenWelshA goddess of inspiration & the hag aspect of the mother goddess
TieEgyptA goddess of intelligence & wisdom
Havea Lolo FonuaPolynesiaA goddess of intercourse
Korawini PaiuteW. USAA goddess of intercourse
HedrunScandinaviaA goddess of intoxicating mead
LyssaGreekA goddess of intoxication
HuitacaChibchaA goddess of intoxication & the moon
InnaAfricaA goddess of justice
AinoFinnishA goddess of justice
Alecto of EumenidesGreekA goddess of justice
AmelenwaAfricaA goddess of justice
AmnEgyptA goddess of justice
AniAfricaA goddess of justice
AsoEgyptA goddess of justice
AtaiAfricaA goddess of justice
Azele YabaAfricaA goddess of justice
Azer AvaSlavicA goddess of justice
Chang YongChinaA goddess of justice
DajiChinaA goddess of justice
Dice/ DikeGreekA goddess of justice
DoushenChinaA goddess of justice
DzivaAfricaA goddess of justice
Erzuli MapianguehHaitiA goddess of justice
HarmoniaGreekA goddess of justice
HatshepsutEgyptA goddess of justice
HoatziquiMexicoA goddess of justice
ImoAfricaA goddess of justice
IniEgyptA goddess of justice
IxtabMexicanA goddess of justice
JokwaAsianA goddess of justice
Kiyo HimeJapaneseA goddess of justice
KongdeChinaA goddess of justice
MaEgyptA goddess of justice
Marcia ProbaCelticA goddess of justice
Mati syra zemlyaSlavicA goddess of justice
Megaera of EumenidesGreekA goddess of justice
Meng PoChinaA goddess of justice
MirumeJapaneseA goddess of justice
NakiwuloAfricaA goddess of justice
NathumEtruscanA goddess of justice
NechmetawajEgyptA goddess of justice
NehebkaEgyptA goddess of justice
NiangniangChinaA goddess of justice
NyamweziAfricaA goddess of justice
NzambiAfricaA goddess of justice
Pang CheChinaA goddess of justice
PraxidiceGreekA goddess of justice
ShaitEgyptA goddess of justice
SiSlavicA goddess of justice
SynScandinaviaA goddess of justice
TanaquilRomanA goddess of justice
TangChinaA goddess of justice
TengaAfricaA goddess of justice
ThmeiEgyptA goddess of justice
Tisiphone of EumenidesGreekA goddess of justice
Tou MouChinaA goddess of justice
TsiSiberiaA goddess of justice
UadjetEgyptA goddess of justice
UntombindeAfricaA goddess of justice
Xiling ShiChinaA goddess of justice
Belit SeriBabyloniaA goddess of justice & fairness
AreteGreekA goddess of justice & virtue
Nekmet AwaiEgyptA goddess of justice and in
SekhetEgyptA goddess of justice, beer, war
GenetaskaIroquoisA goddess of justice, fairness & of peace
DjigonaseeHuronA goddess of justice, fairness & peace
MaatEgyptA goddess of justice, truth & stability
AstraeaGreek/ RomanA goddess of justice, truth, of purity, innocence & modesty
VirtusRomanA goddess of justice, Virtue, Valor
NanseBabylonA goddess of justice, water & canals
DaeiraGreekA goddess of knowledge
DashizhiChinaA goddess of knowledge
KhadomaTibetA goddess of knowledge
Quan YinBuddhistA goddess of knowledge
Safekh aabutEgyptA goddess of knowledge
SagaScandinaviaA goddess of knowledge & waterfalls
VorScandinaviaA goddess of knowledge, wisdom & prudence
SnotraNorseA goddess of knowledge, wisdom & Virtue
KorobonaCaribA goddess of lakes
LibanIrishA goddess of lakes
AtargatisSyriaA goddess of lakes, fertility & nature
UzumeJapaneseA goddess of laughter & merriment
AcchuptaJain/ IndiaA goddess of learning
CakresvariJain/ IndiaA goddess of learning
GandhariJain/ IndiaA goddess of learning
KaliJainA goddess of learning
KulisankusaJain/ IndiaA goddess of learning
MahamanasikaJainA goddess of learning
RohiniJainA goddess of learning
ManasiJainA goddess of learning
ManaviJainA goddess of learning
NaradattaJainA goddess of learning
VairotyaJain/ IndiaA goddess of learning
Yang ChenBuddhistA goddess of learning & teaching
IhiTahitiA goddess of learning, of wisdom
BahuIndiaA goddess of Leo
Yu NuChinaA goddess of Leo
Ziva SivaSlavicA goddess of life
DipaBuddhist/ TibetA goddess of light
TaditkaraBuddhistA goddess of light
AthorEgyptA goddess of light
FulgoraRomanA goddess of lightning
RodasiVedicA goddess of lightning
Tien MuChinaA goddess of lightning
TsetseZaireA goddess of lightning
DabaibaPanamaA goddess of lightning & thunder
RaNigeriaA goddess of lightning, Thunder
InarasAnatoliaA goddess of liquor
Niu SheChinaA goddess of literacy
ArthapratisamvitBuddhistA goddess of logical analysis
AmponyinamoaGhanaA goddess of long life
ZivaSlavicA goddess of long life
BintangBorneoA goddess of love
BrangwaineWelshA goddess of love
ConchennCelticA goddess of love
KanikanihiaHawaiiaA goddess of love
Kek t KenEgyptA goddess of love
LofnScandinaviaA goddess of love
MarianaBrazilA goddess of love
Oshun AnaYorubaA goddess of love
Pantang MayagBorneoA goddess of love
PrendeAlbaniaA goddess of love
UrsuleHaiti/ VodunA goddess of love
OshunWest IndiesA goddess of love & fertility
BidhgoeCelticA goddess of love & of sexuality
InemesMicronesiaA goddess of love & of sexuality
NambiMasaiA goddess of love & of sexuality
SjofnNorseA goddess of love & passion
AidinCelticA goddess of love & sexuality
ZiziliaPolandA goddess of love & sexuality
TuranEtruscanA goddess of love & the tutelary deity of Vulci
Venus/ Dion/ CythereaRomanA goddess of love, beauty, springtime, vineyards
Taillte/ Taultiu/ Tailitu/ TeltaIrishA goddess of Lughnasadh & August
IchpuchtliAztecA goddess of lust pleasure
NoctilucaGaulA goddess of Magic from Celtic Gaul
Tenye Te'enNigerianA goddess of marital fidelity
KilyaIncaA goddess of marriage
IsaraMesopotamia/ Babylon/ Akkadia/ W. SemiticA goddess of marriage & childbirth who dealt with the enforcement of oaths
VarNorseA goddess of marriage Vows
JunoRomanA goddess of marriage, motherhood & childbirth
CeachtIrishA goddess of medicine
QenqentetEgyptA goddess of memory
MensRomanA goddess of menstruation
EirScandinaviaA goddess of mercy & teaching
BrighidGaelicA goddess of metal working
LassairIrishA goddess of midsummer
Ma EmmaBalticA goddess of Midsummer
AdamantheaGreekA goddess of midwives
AsintmahAthabasca/ Canada/ USAA goddess of midwives
BhavaniIndiaA goddess of midwives
Biddy MannionIrishA goddess of midwives
CynosuraGreekA goddess of midwives
DeklaLatvianA goddess of midwives
IntercidonaRomanA goddess of midwives
Luaths LurgannIrishA goddess of midwives
UmajYakutA goddess of midwives
MaiaGreekA goddess of midwives, the night sky, spring, fertility & fire
PolymniaGreek/ RomanA goddess of mimes
Kana-Yama-Hime-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoA goddess of miners with a very sad birth story
Ham varetiPersiaA goddess of mist
PdryCanaanA goddess of mist
AdeosRomanA goddess of modesty
AedosRomanA goddess of modesty
PudicitiaRomanA goddess of modesty & chastity
AuraGreekA goddess of morning & of the wind
Zoria/ ZoryaSlavicA goddess of morning, dawn & beauty
CerridwenBritishA goddess of mountains
GiriputriBaliA goddess of mountains & water
SaitadaCelticA goddess of mourning
AibellIrishA goddess of Munster
EbhlinneIrishA goddess of Munster & midsummer
MurajaBuddhistA goddess of music
Amunet/ NuitEgyptA goddess of mystery
QeteshSyriaA goddess of nature, whose cult was orgiastic
MidaGreekA goddess of oaths
FeroniaRomanA goddess of orchards & protects freedmen
DanMahi/ BeninA goddess of order & the rainbow
ChokmahSpanishA goddess of order & wisdom
PatadharniBuddhistA goddess of passage that watches over curtains & doorways in line
EllamanHindu/ Dravidian/ TamilA goddess of passage, an astral deity
SuleviaeRoman/ CelticA goddess of passage, normally associated with crossroads
IreneGreekA goddess of peace
PaxRomanA goddess of peace
TuranEtruscanA goddess of peace
EleosGreekA goddess of peace & mercy
EireneGreekA goddess of peace & one of the Horae
MawuFon/ BeninA goddess of peace, joy, motherhood. happiness, & the sky
PeithoGreekA goddess of persuasion
DornollCelticA goddess of physical prowess
FenjaScandinaviaA goddess of physical prowess
LevarchamIrishA goddess of physical prowess
UtluntaCherokeeA goddess of physical prowess
WagaduAfricaA goddess of physical prowess
AlcisGreekA goddess of physical prowess & strength
StheniasGreekA goddess of physical prowess & strength
UrjaniHinduA goddess of physical prowess & strength
SaciIndiaA goddess of physical prowess, Strength
SegetiaRomanA goddess of planted seeds [part of a trinity]
NannaGermanicA goddess of plants & flowers
HegemoneGreekA goddess of plants; responsible for their fruition
EadonIrishA goddess of poetry
FacheaIrishA goddess of poetry & patron of bards
VirginiaRomanA goddess of politics
OdrasIrishA goddess of pools
LupercaRomanA goddess of pregnancy
HathorEgyptA goddess of procreation, sexuality, romance, trees, poetry, music, alcohol, childbirth, infants, death, fertility, love, marriage, beauty, joy & the sky
CorraScotlandA goddess of prophecy & who regularly appeared in the form of a crane
AegeriaRomanA goddess of prophecy invoked by pregnant women
MeskhenetEgyptA goddess of prophecy, childbirth, reincarnation, fate & justice
AriciaRomanA goddess of prophetic visions
CopiaRomanA goddess of prosperity
RatisCelticA goddess of protective fortifications
AtojaPeruA goddess of rain
CochaPeruA goddess of rain
Doda/ DodolaSerbiaA goddess of rain
InanupdikilePanamaA goddess of rain
Ix KuMayaA goddess of rain
TomitukaS. PacificA goddess of rain
CueravaperiMexicanA goddess of rain & drought
Mujaji/ Modjajji LoveduAfricaA goddess of rain immortalized in the book, She by Rider Haggard
AyidaHaitiA goddess of rainbows
FreyaNorseA goddess of rainbows & war
GhasmariBuddhistA goddess of rather terrifying appearance
MoeraeGreekA goddess of reason
NingikugaMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA goddess of reeds & marshes
Anna PerennaEtruscanA goddess of reproduction, wanton love, & of spring
KurukallaTibetA goddess of riches
MonjeYorubaA goddess of rivers
AvfruvvaFinishA goddess of rivers
Lo ShenChinaA goddess of rivers
Ranu BaiIndiaA goddess of rivers
SamundraIndianA goddess of rivers
SinannCelticA goddess of rivers
YmojaYorubaA goddess of rivers & of the sea
NuliayoqInuitA goddess of rivers, Inlets
OssaGreekA goddess of rumors
TlachtgaIrishA goddess of sacrifice
SoteiraGreekA goddess of safety
SaoGreekA goddess of sailing
T'ien FeiChinaA goddess of sailing
AdeonaRomanA goddess of school children
ProserpinaRomanA goddess of seed germination & spring
VoluptasRomanA goddess of sensual pleasure
AchtlandCelticA goddess of sex & magic
Aphrodite PandemosGreekA goddess of sex likely conflated with Aphrodite
Aisha QandishaMoroccoA goddess of sexual activity
LuameravaAfricaA goddess of sexual desire
AevalCelticA goddess of sexual relations & small size
Annallja Tu BariSudanA goddess of sexuality
MedbCelticA goddess of sexuality, intoxication & war
PalesRomanA goddess of sheep & shepherds
MutaRomanA goddess of silence
Sien TsangChinaA goddess of silk cultivation
Ts'an NuChinaA goddess of silkworms
Uso DoriJapaneseA goddess of singing
NastasijaRussiaA goddess of sleep
Ah UaynihGuatemalaA goddess of sleep, specifically males
AabitEgyptA goddess of song
Meret/ MerEgyptA goddess of song & rejoicing as well as the treasury
Goewin/ GoewynWalesA goddess of sovereignty
CondwiramurWalesA goddess of sovereignty
BrigantiaBritainA goddess of sovereignty Britainnia
VacHinduA goddess of speech
HabetrotCelticA goddess of spell casting on the wheel of the year
BerthaNorseA goddess of spinning
Chih NiiChinaA goddess of spinning
KlotesGreekA goddess of spinning
VasantadeviBuddhist/ TibetA goddess of spring
AntheiaGreekA goddess of spring
Kono Hana SakuyaJapaneseA goddess of spring
LiberaItalyA goddess of spring
PenelopeGreekA goddess of spring
Rafu SenJapaneseA goddess of spring
RenpetEgyptA goddess of spring
RhedaGermanicA goddess of spring
VesnaSlavicA goddess of spring
Yaya ZakuraiJapaneseA goddess of spring
FreyaScandinaviaA goddess of spring & magic
Ostara/ EasterGermanicA goddess of spring & the sun
ArnamentiaCelticA goddess of spring waters
AmymoneGreekA goddess of springs
CastaliaGreekA goddess of springs
CamenaeRomanA goddess of springs & rivers
IuturnaRomanA goddess of springs & who was real handy in times of drought
Kore/ CoreGreekA goddess of springtime
SeciaRomanA goddess of stored seeds
LilithMesopotamia/ SumeriaA goddess of storms
ShalaCanaanA goddess of storms
TempestatesRomanA goddess of storms & wind
CyhiraethWalesA goddess of streams
GridScandinaviaA goddess of strength
HlinScandinaviaA goddess of summer
Luot HozjitSaami/ LaplandA goddess of summer
OlwenWelshA goddess of summer & war
Pattini/ Pattinidevi Sri LankaA goddess of summer and mother goddess
Creiddylad/ / Creudylad/ CordeliaWalesA goddess of summer flowers & the sea
AestasRomanA goddess of summer usually portrayed nude & adorned with garlands of grain
DamballahHaitiA goddess of sweet waters
AittsamkaBella CoolaA goddess of teaching
Dakini GuruTibetanA goddess of teaching
EkinebaAfricaA goddess of teaching
HanoBella CoolaA goddess of teaching
MinonaFonA goddess of teaching
MystisGreekA goddess of teaching
RandengChinaA goddess of teaching
Ix Chebel YaxMayaA goddess of teaching, childbirth, the moon, sexual relations, storms & water
SophrosyneGreekA goddess of temperance & moderation
CandaliBuddhist/ TibetA goddess of terrible appearance
Sri[devi]Buddhist/ TibetA goddess of terrible appearance & Royal attire
CauriBuddhist/ TibetA goddess of terrifying appearance
VetaliBuddhist/ TibetA goddess of terrifying appearance
SavariBuddhist/ TibetA goddess of terrifying appearance, or so it is said
ItuanaBrazilA goddess of the afterworld
FeroniaEtruscanA goddess of the autumn, fire & volcanoes
Chuang MuChinaA goddess of the bedroom
Lhamo/ Lha MoBuddhist/ TibetA goddess of the Bon pantheon
AmaBaikal/ SiberiaA goddess of the dark & of the underworld
BrekstaLithuaniaA goddess of the darkness
Al UzzaArabianA goddess of the dawn
Hine titamaMaoriA goddess of the dawn
TheaGreekA goddess of the dawn
WakahirumeJapaneseA goddess of the dawn
Mater MatutaRomanA goddess of the dawn & seafaring
ChascaIncaA goddess of the dawn & the dew
GendenwithaIroquoisA goddess of the dawn & the morning star
BauPhoeniciaA goddess of the dawn & the sky
HanwiOgalalaA goddess of the dawn & twilight
Chun T'iChinaA goddess of the dawn & warriors
TefnutEgyptA goddess of the dawn, dew, moisture, justice & rain clouds
Agaman NiboHaitiA goddess of the dead
AgischanakTlingit/ AlaskaA goddess of the earth
Amba DravidianIndiaA goddess of the earth
AnierosPhrygian/ RomanA goddess of the earth
Awitelin TsitaZuniA goddess of the earth
AxiocersaPhrygianA goddess of the earth
CoatlicueAztecA goddess of the earth
DitiHinduA goddess of the earth
PapaHawaii/ Maori/ New ZealandA goddess of the earth
PrithiviHinduA goddess of the earth
Terra/ Terra MaterRomanA goddess of the earth
AtiraPawneeA goddess of the earth & of the Evening star
Jian LaoChina/ BuddhistA goddess of the earth & permanence
Ala IboNigeriaA goddess of the earth in its dual aspect of fertility & death
Asase Ya AshantiGhanaA goddess of the earth, fertility & the creator of humanity
NeithEgyptA goddess of the east, women, sorcery, the home, healing, war, hunting & weaving
Net/ NeithEgyptA goddess of the east, women, sorcery, the home, war, hunting, weaving
AshiratAkkadA goddess of the Evening star
Paiowa Yana PiauteW. USAA goddess of the Evening star
TopoghKenyaA goddess of the evening star
VakarineSlavicA goddess of the evening star
MorongoZimbabweA goddess of the evening star, love & sexuality
EnekpeAfricaA goddess of the family & guardian of destiny
DebenaCzechoslovakiaA goddess of the forests
Medeine/ MejdejnLithuaniaA goddess of the forests
Lohasur DeviIndiaA goddess of the forging of iron
DomnuIrishA goddess of the Formorians
PaurnamasiHinduA goddess of the full moon
DarzamatLatviaA goddess of the gardens
KefaEgyptA goddess of the Great Bear
GabijaLithuaniaA goddess of the hearth fire
Poza MamaSiberianA goddess of the hearth fire
VestaRomanA goddess of the hearth fire & marriage
Svasti deviHinduA goddess of the home
DaliRussian/ GeorgiaA goddess of the hunt
DevanaCzechoslovakia/ SlavicA goddess of the hunt
ZvorunaLithuaniaA goddess of the hunt & of animals
AasithEgypt/ SyriaA goddess of the hunt, war, and the desert
LogiaIrishA goddess of the Lagan River
AlkonostRussiaA goddess of the land of the dead & justice
ChimalmatMayaA goddess of the Little Dipper
MatronaCelticA goddess of the Marne River
BelisamaBritainA goddess of the Mersey River
HihankaraLakotaA goddess of the Milky Way
Heng EChinaA goddess of the moon
AstarteSyriaA goddess of the moon
BorghildNorseA goddess of the moon
Ch'ang O/ Heng-OChinaA goddess of the moon
Changing WomanCherokeeA goddess of the moon
Heng oChinaA goddess of the moon
Ix Ch'upMayaA goddess of the moon
MarinaSlavicA goddess of the moon
NannaNorseA goddess of the moon
Pasiphae A goddess of the moon
PhoebeGreekA goddess of the moon
BendisThraceA goddess of the moon & a mother goddess
HinaHawaiiA goddess of the moon, fertility & healing herbs
AnunitChaldeaA goddess of the morning star
ChulaveteMexicoA goddess of the morning star
CistaPersiaA goddess of the morning star
MassassiZimbabweA goddess of the morning star
SerqetEgyptA goddess of the morning star
ShashayaTanzaniaA goddess of the morning star
SolbonSlavicA goddess of the morning star & the evening star
Parvati/ Sakti/ Ahladini-Sadini/ Sati/ UmaHindu/ Puranic/ Epic/ IndiaA goddess of the mountains
EvakiAmazon/ S.A.A goddess of the night
RatriHindu/ VedicA goddess of the night
MayahuelMexicanA goddess of the night sky & of drunkenness
Mama QocaIncaA goddess of the ocean
AmberellaBalticA goddess of the ocean
GeofonBritishA goddess of the ocean
JurateBalticA goddess of the ocean
Ka Ahu PahayHawaiiaA goddess of the ocean
LuonnotarFinnishA goddess of the ocean
MuireartachIrishA goddess of the ocean
Numma MoiyukAusA goddess of the ocean
TiamatBabylonA goddess of the ocean
Tien HouChinaA goddess of the ocean
AthiratCanaanA goddess of the ocean & official wife of El
HuixtocihuatlAztecA goddess of the ocean & salt
AtaneaGreekA goddess of the ocean & the dawn
LouhiFinnishA goddess of the ocean & winter
AnuanaituCaribbeanA goddess of the ocean &whirlpools
OlokumW. IndiesA goddess of the ocean depths
Mere AmaFinnishA goddess of the ocean, streams & brooks
Aaghu GuguCherokeeA goddess of the of the dawn
NornNorseA goddess of the past, one of the fates
MeropeGreekA goddess of the Pleiades
Seta Pokot/ Suk / KenyaA goddess of the Pleiades as well as a fertility goddess
VerdandiNorseA goddess of the present
ChibiliasMayaA goddess of the rainbow
IrisGreekA goddess of the rainbow
Aida WedoBenin/ HaitiA goddess of the rainbow & fresh water Aida Cuedo, Aido Wedo, Ayida, Ayida Cueddo
CarikaBuddhistA goddess of the repetitive chant
SionnanIrishA goddess of the River Shannon
TamaraBritishA goddess of the River Tamar
TamesisBritishA goddess of the River Thames
VagaCelticA goddess of the River Wye
DevonaBritonA goddess of the rivers of Devon
AmphitriteGreekA goddess of the sea
AsherahCanaanA goddess of the sea
CetoGreekA goddess of the sea
IdotheaGreekA goddess of the sea
Juras Mate/ JurasmatLatviaA goddess of the sea
MoruadhIrishA goddess of the sea
Oto HimeJapaneseA goddess of the sea
RanScandinaviaA goddess of the sea
TethysRomanA goddess of the sea
Toyota MahimeJapaneseA goddess of the sea
VellamoFinnishA goddess of the sea
EurynomeGreekA goddess of the sea & in one account she is the goddess of all creation
Le FayWalesA goddess of the sea & of the Isle of Avalon
CethlionIrishA goddess of the sea & the Formorians
AmayicoyondiPeruA goddess of the sky
AponibolinayenPhilippineA goddess of the sky
Azer AvaFinno/ UgricA goddess of the sky
JataBorneoA goddess of the sky
MehturtEgyptA goddess of the sky
NambiUgandanA goddess of the sky
AnatuMesopotamianA goddess of the sky & ruler of the earth
DunneEnin/ Siberian/ TungusA goddess of the sky, fire & that ruled over the clan territory
HebatHittiteA goddess of the sky, her title was "Queen of heaven"
TaraHindu/ Puranic/ Epic/ VedicA goddess of the stars
Hu TuChinaA goddess of the Summer solstice
BeiweSaami/ LaplandA goddess of the Summer solstice & war
No Il Ja DaeJapanA goddess of the toilet
DendritusGreekA goddess of the tree
AlmhaIrishA goddess of the Tuatha De Danann
ErishkigalSumeriaA goddess of the underworld
ScathachIrish/ ScotlandA goddess of the underworld
VerbeiaBritishA goddess of the Wharfe & Avon Rivers
Feng Po PoChinaA goddess of the wind
ChupChumashA goddess of the wind & rain
Feng Pho PhoChinaA goddess of the winds
NeogaIroquoisA goddess of the winds
ShutuBabylonA goddess of the winds
WakwiyoTewaA goddess of the winds
NinlilBabylon/ SumeriaA goddess of the winds & grain
GuabancexCaribbean/ TainoA goddess of the winds & rain
TonanAztecA goddess of the winter solstice
Rainha BarbaBelem/ BrazilA goddess of thunder & lightning
Lei-ziChinaA goddess of thunder who also originated silk worm Stbreeding
At EmEgyptA goddess of time
VeritasRomanA goddess of truth
Harimella/ ViradechthisScotlandA goddess of Tungrain origin
KorriganFrenchA goddess of underground springs
BedaGermanA goddess of unknown responsibilities
Al ShuaIndiaA goddess of Ursa Major
Hoy KongChinaA goddess of Ursa Minor
P'an NiangChinaA goddess of vaccination
KakiaGreekA goddess of vice
KratesisGreekA goddess of victory
StrenuaRomanA goddess of vigor who gives energy to the weak and tired
KerGreekA goddess of violent death
OyaWest IndiesA goddess of violent rainstorms
Guede l'OrailleHaitiA goddess of violent storms
LakaHawaiiA goddess of virgin land, song & dance
ChimeraGreekA goddess of volcanoes
ParePolynesianA goddess of volcanoes
Etain/ EchraidheIrishA goddess of war
KottaveiIndiaA goddess of war
Sakhemet/ SachmetEgyptA goddess of war
AegaGreekA goddess of war
Ahau KinMayaA goddess of war
AkychaAlaskanA goddess of war
AstarteEgyptA goddess of war
Badb/ BodvaIrishA goddess of war
Ban NaomhaIrishA goddess of war
Bisal MariamnaIndiaA goddess of war
BomongMinyongA goddess of war
Dia GrieneScottishA goddess of war
Hae SoonKoreaA goddess of war
HekoolasMiwokA goddess of war
IlankakaZaireA goddess of war
JumalaRussianA goddess of war
Keca AbaRussianA goddess of war
Kn SgniIndiaA goddess of war
Kou NjamiSiberianA goddess of war
NemainCelticA goddess of war
PaivatarFinnishA goddess of war
SekhmetEgyptA goddess of war
ShapashUgaritA goddess of war
SolntseSlavicA goddess of war
Tahc ITunicaA goddess of war
Toyo UkeJapaneseA goddess of war
UnelanuhiCherokeeA goddess of war
Wardi Mumi FinnoUgricA goddess of war
Badb/ Odva/ Badb CathaIrishA goddess of war
BellonaRomanA goddess of war & mother goddess
AkusaaEgyptA goddess of war & sunset
AmaterasuJapaneseA goddess of war & the sun
Chup KamuiAinuA goddess of war & the sun
ShapshuCanaanA goddess of war & the sun
Xatel EkwaHungarianA goddess of war & the sun
EnyoGreekA goddess of war & waster of cities
NeitEgyptA goddess of war & wisdom
Athena/ Athene/ Pallus AthenaGreekA goddess of war, architecture, astronomy, science, of horses, intellect & wisdom, oxen, of purity, reason & spinning
Anat/ AnathCanaanA goddess of war, hunting & love
Ain/ AineIrishA goddess of war, of fertility, love & of Midsummer Lair Derg
Yolkai EstsanNavahoA goddess of war, the dawn, fire & the moon
Belit IlaniBabyloniaA goddess of warriors
NorwanWintunA goddess of warriors
SanjnaHinduA goddess of warriors
AuroraRomanA goddess of warriors & of the dawn
EosGreekA goddess of warriors & of the dawn
Xoli KaltesHungarianA goddess of warriors & of the dawn
UsasHindu/ VedicA goddess of warriors & of the dawn & wisdom
AishaArabicA goddess of water
BentakumariIndiaA goddess of water
CipactliMexicanA goddess of water
CleoneGreekA goddess of water
DryopeGreekA goddess of water
FidealScottishA goddess of water
HypermnestraGreekA goddess of water
Mem LoimisWintunA goddess of water
MotsesaMozambiqueA goddess of water
RyuhwaKoreanA goddess of water
Ved AvaFinnish/ UgricA goddess of water
Veden EmoFinnishA goddess of water
WiganPhilippineA goddess of water
AigeIrishA goddess of water & bays
Andriam Vabi RanoAfricaA goddess of water & lakes
AnuketEgyptA goddess of water & of rivers
AilsieCherokeeA goddess of water & pools
Aryong JongKoreanA goddess of water & rainfall
AnahitaEgypt/ BabylonA goddess of water & war
AnqetLibyaA goddess of water fertility healing & lust
CoatrischieCuba/ TainoA goddess of water, winds, & storms
Sati/ SatetEgyptA goddess of waterfalls
UttuSumeriaA goddess of we've been & of vegetation
IndraniHindu/ Puranic/ VedicA goddess of wealth
LennaxidaqKwakiutlA goddess of wealth & luck
AjeYorubaA goddess of wealth in all its forms
AsiaqInuitA goddess of weather
TasimmetHittiteA goddess of weather & storms
IxnetliAztecA goddess of weavers
Chih NuChinaA goddess of weaving
LinaGreekA goddess of weaving
MomuScotlandA goddess of wells & hillsides
CorchenIrish/ ManxA goddess of which very little is known
Chao san NiangChinaA goddess of wig salesmen
AshkitEgyptA goddess of wind
SuraHinduA goddess of wine
Frau HolleGermanicA goddess of winter
MarzanaPolandA goddess of winter
Poshjo AkkaSaami/ LapplandA goddess of Winter
RindScandinaviaA goddess of winter
RozanicaSlavicA goddess of winter
Wah Kah NeeChinookA goddess of winter
CarlinScottishA goddess of winter & Shaimin
Caillech/ Cailleach/ Carlin/ Mala/ LiathIrish/ Scotland/ ManxA goddess of winter & the goddess in her destroyer aspect
CarravogueIrish/ BritainA goddess of winter from County Meath Crone
BefanaRomanA goddess of winter who was kind, each January fifth she distributes goodies to good children & of lumps of coal to those that are not
AnasuyaHinduA goddess of wisdom
AshiIndiaA goddess of wisdom
AsiPersiaA goddess of wisdom
EmerCelticA goddess of wisdom
NathIrishA goddess of wisdom
NinBabyloniaA goddess of wisdom
PolyboulusGreekA goddess of wisdom
SapientiaRomanA goddess of wisdom
Te meharaPolynesianA goddess of wisdom
VoluspaScandinaviaA goddess of wisdom
CaolainnIrishA goddess of wisdom healing & fertility
KrtyaHinduA goddess of witchcraft
Sheng MuChinaA goddess of witchcraft
Ahnt kaiMexico RegionA goddess of women & children
Ardwinna/ Dea ArduinnaBritainA goddess of woodland & animal
ErinysGreekA goddess of wrath
AlfhildScandinaviaA goddess of wrestling
ElliScandinaviaA goddess of wrestling
KubjikaHinduA goddess of writing
JuventasRomanA goddess of youth
KulisevariBuddhist/ MayhayanaA goddess often shown with a corpse
AversaEtruscanA goddess pictured carrying an ax
DewyCanaanA goddess rain
Min JokUgandaA goddess rain
SchetewuarhaBrazilA goddess rain
Trukwinu ManaHopiA goddess rain
ChalchiuhtlcueAztecA goddess rain & storms, violence, vitality, lakes, whirlpools, rivers, water , love, beauty & youth Don't make this one mad whatever you do.
SadwesPersiaA goddess rain, of storms, thunder, lightning, hail, snow
Mama CochaInca/ PeruA goddess rain, wind & the ocean
PutaRomanA goddess responsible for the proper pruning of trees & shrubs respond
GillianBritishA goddess spring
NanaBabylonA goddess spring
Rana NeidaSaami/ LapplandA goddess spring
AteteEthiopiaA goddess taken over by the Christians as the Virgin Mary
Empung LuminuutN. Celebes Is./ SulawesiA goddess that gave birth to the sun god
AuritaRomanA goddess that heals earaches
SundaraHindu/ PuranicA goddess that is a prosperous aspect of Siva, a god
Don/ Donn/ DhonnIrish/ WalesA goddess that is called a god of death
PukkasiBuddhist/ Vajrayana/ TibetA goddess that is of terrifying appearance, why I do not know
Khen-MaBuddhist/ TibetA goddess that is the controller of the earth's demons
SumbhaBuddhistA goddess that is the guardian of the downward direction
Ta-bitjetEgyptA goddess that protects against scorpion bite, though her symbol is the scorpion
ApetEgyptA goddess that protects pregnant women, children, nursing mothers & justice
AyizanHaitiA goddess that protects the market place
SigynNordic/ IcelandicA goddess that ran with Loki a
DhavajagrakeyuraBuddhist/ MahayanaA goddess that sets on a sun throne
VajracarcikaBuddhist/ goddessA goddess that stands upon a corpse
KadruHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess that was the mother of the Nagas[snake demons]
LaimaLithuanianA goddess trio of life & good fortune, the fates
TurreanIrishA goddess Tureann
Silewe NazarataIndonesiaA goddess Understanding, of wisdom
IssakiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess walking around with a headless child
NaasIrishA goddess who died in county Kildere
SentiaRomanA goddess who heightens feelings
Bo RuadhIrishA goddess who helped bring fertility to barren Irish
NiladeviHindu/ PuranicA goddess who is a consort of Visnu the
Aebhel/ AevalIrishA goddess who is a faery [interesting story]
RukminiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess who is avatar of Laksmi among other things
Sequana/ SequenaBritainA goddess who lived beneath the rivers
DayaHindu/ PuranicA goddess who oddly enough is considered a minor aspect of the god of Visnu
Ezili FonHaiti/ Vodun/ West IndiesA goddess who represents wisdom & beauty & love
BecumaIrishA goddess who ruled over magical boats
UathachIrish/ ScotlandA goddess who trained warriors
NehalenniaBritainA goddess who was the patron deity of sea traders
AmentLibyaA goddess who welcomes the dead to the after world
BechoilIrishA goddess whose legends have been lost
KsitigarbhaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA goddess whose name is womb of the earth
GrahamatrkaBuddhistA goddess whose name means demon mother
KantiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess whose name means desire
KaladutiBuddhist/ MayhayanaA goddess whose name means messenger of death
MahasahasprramardaniBuddhistA goddess whose name means the thousandfold destroyer
KotysThraceA goddess whose worship spread throughout Greece & Italy
UgataraHindu/ PuranicA goddess with a strange mode appearance, she carries a cup & a corpse on her head
FrjorgynNorse/ GermanicA goddess with no known cult, the name suggests that she is either a mountain/ forest goddess and possibly revered as a goddess of fertility
BagalaHinduA goddess with the power of cruelty
BrizoGreekA goddess worshiped as a prophet Delos
ManatArabicA goddess, a daughter of Allah
CandograHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess, a distinctive form of Durga
MangalaHinduA goddess, a form of Parvati
SyamataraBuddhist/ TibetA goddess, a form of the goddess Tara
ChinnamastakaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA goddess, a headless form of Durga
KrosdariHinduA goddess, a rather emancipated goddess
Maha-SarasvatiHindu/ PuranicA goddess, an emanation of Laksmi
KumariHinduA goddess, an epitaph of Durga
PratibhanaspratisamvitA goddess, one of context analysis
Acaviser/ LasasEtruscanA goddess, one of the fates
KurukallaHinduA goddess, one of the Tantric deities
TaraBuddhist/ Mayhayana/ VajrayanaA goddess, the epitaph of the mother of the Buddha[Maya]
KurukallaBuddhistA goddess, usually of terrifying appearance
SitapataBuddhistA goddess/ Buddha designate
GulliveigNorseA goddess/ sorceress of the Vanir race of gods
HexeGermanA goddesses of curing illness
PairikasPersiaA goddesses of drought
CeledonesGreekA goddesses of happiness
Wilden WipGermanA goddesses of healing
DziwozonyPolishA goddesses of healing, herbs & love
PharmacidesGreekA goddesses of health & drugs
Tan maTibetanA goddesses of health & medicine
BereginySlavicA goddesses of hunting
MaenadsGreekA goddesses of intoxication
Eumenides/ ErinyesGreekA goddesses of justice
AugralidsGreekA goddesses of justice
DiablesseHaitianA goddesses of justice
LitaeGreekA goddesses of justice
PeritAlbanianA goddesses of justice
VilaSlovenianA goddesses of justice
LimnadesGreekA goddesses of lakes, marshes, swamps
Vodni PannySlavicA goddesses of rivers
XtabayMayaA goddesses of seduction
ObotoAfricaA goddesses of serenity
KrittikaIndiaA goddesses of the Pleiades
PleiadesGreekA goddesses of the Pleiades
TzitzimimeAztecA goddesses of the stars
AcllaInca/ QuechuaA goddesses of war & virgins
NavkySlavicA goddesses of water
Agathos DaimonGreekA good genius/ guardian spirit
LacturaGreekA grain goddess
TzultacahMayaA group led to chthonic & thunder gods
Naksatara[s]HinduA group of astral goddesses
MahamatarasHinduA group of goddesses
MaharaksaBuddhistA group of guardian goddesses
DieviniLativaA group of minor gods
AstamastaraHindu/ PuranicA group of mother goddesses
KinnaraIndianA group of spirit beings that it looked like birds with a human heads
IsaBuddhistA guardian deity
Kunado-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoA guardian deity of roads & crossroads
DylanWales/ BritainA guardian deity of the mouth of the River Conway
NahiN. ArabiaA guardian God of benevolent nature
Hung SingChinaA guardian God of of fishing boats & their crews
NiladandaBuddhistA guardian God of the southwestern quarter
HaEgyptA guardian God of the West
GoraknathHinduA guardian God that is an avatar of Siva
MahamantranusarniBuddhistA guardian goddess
MahapratisaraBuddhistA guardian goddess
MahasitavatiBuddhistA guardian goddess
NemetonaBritain/ RomanA guardian goddess of all sacred places, especially groves
AnkalammanHindu/ DravidianA Guardian goddess that wards off demons
ApacitaIncaA guardian spirit
ApacitaIncaA guardian spirit
HuanacariIncaA guardian spirit
QaitakalninKoryak/ SiberiaA guardian spirit
Tanu'laKoryak/ SE SiberiaA guardian spirit of the earth & its plans & animals, female type
Ina'hitelanKoryak/ SiberiaA guardian spirit that supervises the skies
Toko'yotoKoryak/ SiberiaA guardian spirit who is one of the owners of the world, the Pacific Ocean to be specific
NirritiBuddhistA guardian, that strangely enough, who stands upon a corpse
Kaikara BunyoroUgandaA harvest goddess
MorgayScotland/ BritainA harvest goddess
SanjuKafir/ AfghanistanA harvest goddess
Essus/ EsusBritain/ GaulA harvest/ woodcutter god
EndouellicusRoman/ IberiaA healing god
Thab-IhaBon/ TibetA hearth god
ChiconahuiAztecA hearth goddess
Lo'cin-coro'mo/ Lo'cil/ Yegl'ieYukaghir/ SiberiaA hearth spirit
EndursagaMesopotamia/ SumeriaA herald god
LughIrish/ WalesA hero god
SambaHinduA heroic god
Mlk-AmuklosSyria/ Palestine/ CyprusA heroic god known from about 1100 B.C.E.
MelqartPhonecia/ TurkeyA heroic tutelary god
LotIrishA hideous Formorian war goddess & goddess of physical prowess & strength
PolluxRomanA horse god
HayasaHinduA horse god, could be Hayangriva in disguise
HatasaBuddhistA horse goddess
Majas GarsLativaA household god
ApepEgyptA huge serpent who caused storms & eclipses & ate the sun at evening
PalemonGreek/ RomanA human that suffered apotheosis & became a minor sea god
Ah Can Cum/ AcaumMayaA hunter & protector of the animals god
TeuhcatlAztecA hunting & local goddess of war
Murukan/ CeyonDravidian/ TamilA hunting & war god
Ah TabaiMayaA hunting god
Hittavainen KarelianFinnishA hunting god & the guardian of hare hunters
HinkonTungus/ SiberiaA hunting god as the controller of all animals
AspalisW. SemiticA hunting goddess
CocidusBritishA hunting goddess
Banka MundiIndiaA hunting goddess
ApuatEgyptA jackal headed god who helps the soul choose it's next incarnation
TlalocOlmecA jaguar god
GyhldeptisTlingit/ HaidaA kindly forest goddess
Kihe WahineHawaiiA kindly goddess of demons, who from the the goodness of her heart is also a goddess of lizards
JokinamLake Albert/ E. AfricaA lake god
BolbeGreekA lake goddess
MurigenIrish/ Scotland/ ManxA lake goddess associated with the deluge legends
LatisBritainA lake goddess who later became a goddess of ale & meade
Ari Au TchesfEgyptA lion god
Mihos/ MiysisEgyptA lion god of Lower Egypt
Aa MaakhuerEgyptA lion god of truthful speech
RwewtiEgyptA lion god who guards the temple of heaven
KhesefEgyptA lion god who repels feelings of lust
Mehit/ MechitEgyptA lion goddess
Menhit/ MenchitEgyptA lion goddess
DuaEgyptA lion headed god of the future & protector of the stomach of the deceased
Here KetitEgyptA lion headed goddess who breathes fire on the evil deceased
ShomdeKafir/ AfghanistanA local creator god known throughout HinduKush
Bombat KamayanHinduA local deceased goddess
PrakdeKafir/ AfghanistanA local deity
Bella Penu KhondIndiaa local deity Orissa
AsEgyptA local fertility god
Minaski/ MinaciHinduA local fish goddess
SepsetEgyptA local funerary goddess from Memphis
A'raW. ArabiaA local god
AmmaDravidian/ Tamil/ IndiaA local god
CankilikkaruppanHindu/ Dravidian/ TamilA local god
CondatisBritish/ RomanA local god
Khyung-Gai mGo-CanBuddhist/ Tibet/ BonA local god
PalaniyantavanHindu/ Dravidian/ TamilA local god
SingalaN. ArabiaA local god
Papas PhyrgianNW TurkeyA local god
Gal BapsiHindu/ Davidian/ TamilA local god that can expiate sins, but it is rough
DusaraW. SemiticA local god associated with vegetation & fertility survived until about 500 C. E.
IlaalgeW. SemiticA local god in
Baal MalagePhoenicia/ CanaanA local god known from inscription
DuziKafir/ Afghanistana local god known only from of an altar stone, but he did like male goats as a sacrifice
KinyrasCyprus by way of SyriaA local god of metalworking
NindubMesopotamia/ SumeriaA local god of of Lagas
HypsistosGreek/ RomanA local god of the Bosporus area
Susdinak ElamiteIranA local god, the god of Susa
BaltisArabicA local goddess
NappinnaiHindu/ Dravidian/ TamilA local goddess
JumitEgyptA local goddess of El Tod
SironaCeltic/ RomanA local goddess of healing from the Moselle basin of Germany
CenkalaniyammalHindu/ Davidian/ TamilA local goddess that guards the paddy fields
MikalPhoneciaA local goddess with a cult in Cyprus
Sefkhet-AbwyEgyptA local goddess, concerned with libraries & writing
Sai' Al QuanNabataean/ W. SemiticA local guardian God is believed to be the protector of caravans
Karalkal AmmaiyarHindu/ S. IndiaA local mother goddess
ElgabalSyriaA local mountain god with solar links
NebethepetEgyptA local primordial goddess
AsoposGreekA local river god
Tam KungChinaA local sea god of rain & water but will extinguish fires
DaganKafir/ AfghanistanA local supreme god that it bears no relation to be Semitic god Dagan
ArvenusGaelicA local tribal deity
MogounosRoman/ GallicA local tribal deity he was assimilated with Apollo
HubalArabicA local tutelary & oracular god
BethelPhoeniciaA local tutelary god
MarnasN. ArabiaA local tutelary god
Men AscaenusAntioch/ Asia MinorA local tutelary god
Salm of Mahram/ SalmanN. ArabiaA local tutelary god
MilkastartW. SemiticA local tutelary god of the from Umm el-Ammend
Anna KuariOraon/ IndiaA local vegetation goddess
RugievitRugen Is./ SlavicA local war &
DogumrikKafir/ AfghanistanA local warrior & guardian god
QosN. ArabiaA local weather/ rainbow god
MaturaiviranHinduA locally worshipped god with an interesting story
AradiaItaly/ EtruscanA Lunar deity?
Cally BerryIrishA maiden goddess
VanirNordic/ IcelandicA major group of Norse gods the concerned with peace, prosperity & the fertility of the land
KutkhuKamchadal/ SE SiberiaA male and guardian spirit
WuluwaidAusA male rainmaker
Elel PuelcheArgentinaA malevolent demonic being
Gaunab KohlHottentot/ Namibia/ S. AfricaA malevolent God of darkness as well as the god of of of the black heaven
MulaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA malevolent Naksarta
Iku-TursoFinlandA malevolent sea monster; probably same as Tursas.
Ba-PefEgyptA malevolent underworld god
Quetzalcoatl/ TlahuizcalpantecuhtliAztecA manifestation of sun the god, he is a savior of his people as well & there is not enough room here to tell his story
RhadamanthosGreek/ RomanA marriage of chthonic underworld god
MitiKoryak/ SW SiberiaA maternal spirit
BhaisajyaguruBuddhist/ TibetA medicine Buddha
DaiomonGreekA member of the Daemones family
ChaitanyaHindu/ PuranicA mendicant god
Hahana KuMayaA messenger god
Sogblen Ewe/ Hua/ TogoA messenger god
Musisi NdongaAngolaA messenger god
Papsukkal Mesopotamia/ Babylon/ Akkadia/ HellenisticA messenger god as well as the gatekeeper for the remainder of the pantheon
NinsubarMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianA messenger god/ goddess
BalaJainA messenger goddess
GauriJainA messenger goddess
SarvastramahajvalaJainA messenger goddess
KupaloRussiaA midsummer goddess
PunarvasuHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor & benevolent goddess of fortune
Si'aPhoneciaA minor attendant goddess
SrivasumukhiBuddhist/ MayaA minor attendant goddess
HastaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor benevolent goddess of fortune
SavatiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor benevolent goddess of fortune
SravanaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor benevolent goddess of fortune
SravisthaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor benevolent goddess of fortune i
NaradaHindu/ Epic/ Vedic/ PuranicA minor but popular god
Inmutef/ InummutefEgyptA minor canopic god
ImiutEgyptA minor chthonic protective god
AcolmiztliAztecA minor chthonic underworld god
NextepehuaAztecA minor chthonic underworld god
MehenEgyptA minor chthonic underworld god
MicapetlacoliAztecA minor chthonic underworld goddess
Ce ActalAztecA minor creator god
ChicoonahuiehecatlAztecA minor creator god
EpimetheusGreek/ RomanA minor creator god
SuksmaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor deity
AnantesaHindu/ PuranicA minor deity & 1 of the eight Lords of of knowledge
EkarudraHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor deity, another aspect of Siva
SikhandinHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor deity, one of a group of emancipated gods
PahtecatlAztecA minor fertility god and concerned with brewing pulque
TezcatzoncatlAztecA minor fertility god involved with the brewing of pulque
MutinusRomanA minor fertility god of, strongly ityphallic & invoked by women wanting to bear children
MatlalcueyeAztecA minor fertility goddess
MayahuelAztecA minor fertility goddess associated with the maguey plant
PidrayCanaan/ PhoneciaA minor fertility goddess noted in creation texts & treaties
BhaiarvaHindu/ PuranicA minor form of Siva
AnhouriEgyptA minor god
FabulinusRomanA minor God
Hani[s]Mesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA minor god
ManidharaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor god
SatrughnaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor god
SivottamaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor god
SmrtiBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor god
Trograin/ LugIrishA minor god
GhentuHinduA minor God
MeghandaHinduA minor god
PietasRomanA minor god
SrikanthaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor god consider to be an aspect of Siva
Lactanus/ LactansRomanA minor god of agriculture
UbertasRomanA minor god of agriculture associated with prosperity
PromitorRomanA minor god of agriculture is awful for the growth & harvesting of all crops
ImprocitorRomanA minor god of agriculture that worried over harrowing of the fields
SterculiusRomanA minor god of agriculture that would fit right in with politicians, that is, his concern was spreading the BS on the fields
SarritorRomanA minor god of agriculture who was invoked during the growing & harvesting of crops
MorsRomanA minor god of death
SayEgyptA minor god of destiny
Omacatl/ AcatlAztecA minor god of feasting & revelery
Huehuecototl-CoyotlinahualAztecA minor god of feather workers
AmimitlAztecA minor god of fish hunters & lakes
Atlahua Aztec a minor god of lakes & fishermen
OpocchtliAztecA minor god of light a fisherman & hunters
NingiramaMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianA minor god of magic that protected against snakes
C(co)chimetlAztecA minor God of merchants that & commerce
IhyEgyptA minor god of music
SezmuEgyptA minor god of one of the wine & oil presses
VertumnusRomanA minor god of orchards & gardens, likely of of Etruscan origin his festival is beingVertumnalia on August 13th
VerevctorRomanA minor god of plowing who was associated with the sacrifices to Tellus & Ceres
GavidaIrishA minor god of the forge
GestuMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA minor God of the intellect whose blood was used in the creation of mankind, after his death the course
HayasumMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA minor god of uncertain function
MoyocoyaniAztecA minor god of universal power
KvasirNordic/ IcelandicA minor god of wisdom
AsalluhaSummer/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA minor god that acts as a messenger & reporter toEnki
SullatMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadianA minor god that was an attendant of the sun god
Narkissos/ NarcissusGreekA minor god that was rather enamored of himself
Duha DeoHinduA minor god the bridegroom
IlabratMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA minor god, heavy into politics
HuehuecototlAztecA minor god, one of sexual lust
IsumMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA minor god, possibly a god of fire
AparajitaBuddhist/ MahayanaA minor god/ goddess
AjayaBuddhist/ MahayannaA minor goddess
AyurvasitaBuddhistA minor goddess
BhadraHindu/ PuranicA minor goddess
BhimaBuddhistA minor goddess
BuddhabodhiprabhavasitaBuddhistA minor goddess
CharisGreekA minor goddess
CittavasitaBuddhistA minor goddess
DharmameghaBuddhist/ VajrayanaA minor goddess
Dipa TaraBuddhist/ MahayanaA minor goddess
DiptiHindu/ PuranicA minor goddess
GanapatihrdayaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
Ganda TaraBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
Gestin-Ana/ Gestianna?Mesopotamia/ SumeriaA minor goddess
InaraHittite/ HurrianA minor goddess
JayataraBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
KaminiBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
LasghusyamalaHindu/ PuranicA minor goddess
MahayasaBuddhist/ MarriottA minor goddess
MedhaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
NispannattaraBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
RiddihivasitaBuddhistA minor goddess
RuoiniBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
SodasiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor goddess
SukarasyaBuddhistA minor goddess
SundaraBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
SuraksiniBuddhist/ MeolaA minor goddess
SvadhaHinduA minor goddess
UpakesiniBuddhistA minor goddess
MahodadhiBuddhist/ MeolaA minor goddess
OstarakiBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
PadmataraBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
PrabhakariBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
PuspataraBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
Quinoa-MamaPeruA minor goddess
SadhumatiBuddhist/ VjarrayanaA minor goddess
SamantaorabhaBuddhist/ VjratanaA minor goddess
SantanaHinduA minor goddess
SubhagaBuddhist/ minorA minor goddess
SubhamekhalaBuddhist/ MeolaA minor goddess
SudurjayaBuddhist/ VajrayanaA minor goddess
TathatavasitaBuddhistA minor goddess
UpayapattivasitaBuddhistA minor goddess
UttarapalguniHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor goddess
VarahmukioBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
VaraliBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
VasumattisriBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess
DhupaBuddhist/ MahayanaA minor goddess & a censor
AdhimukticaryaBuddhist/ VajrayanaA minor goddess & deified Bhumis
JanavasitaBuddhistA minor goddess affiliated with knowledge or the control of knowledge
SuliniHinduA minor goddess appearance
DharmapalaBuddhist/ VjrayanaA minor goddess concerned with law
MessorRomanA minor goddess concerned with the growth & harvesting of crops
MhsalaHinduA minor goddess considered to be a form of Parvati
AromKafir/ AfghanistanA minor goddess contracts
NodotusRoman/ CelticA minor goddess crops
NonaRomanA minor goddess of birth
LucinaRomanA minor goddess of birth, one of three
SatisEgyptA minor goddess of fertility
PurvaphalguniHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor goddess of fortune
PurvashadhaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor goddess of fortune
RevatiHind/ Puranic/ EpicA minor goddess of fortune
RohiniHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor goddess of fortune
UttarabhadrapadaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor goddess of fortune
UttarasadhaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor goddess of fortune
MrgasirasHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor goddess of fortune
SiddhiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor goddess of fortune that grants favors
SatabhisaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor goddess of fortune that is not very nice at all
AnuradhaHindu/ PuranicA minor goddess of fortune, she is benevolent though
SiduriSumeriaA minor goddess of happiness, merriment, wine making, brewing & of wisdom
PradipataraBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess of light
CinxiaRomanA minor goddess of marriage[ She worries over the attire of the bride]
ArdraHindu/ PuranicA minor goddess of misfortune
Aslea[s]HinduA minor goddess of misfortune
BharaniHindu/ Epic/ PuranicA minor goddess of misfortune
CitraHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor goddess of misfortune & a maleovent astral deity
DhanisthaHindu/ PuranicA minor goddess of misfortune to & malevolent astral deity
Nin-sarSumeriaiA minor goddess of plants
DhisanaHinduA minor goddess of prosperity
RakaHindu/ VedicA minor goddess of prosperity
PurandhiHindu/ EpicA minor goddess of prosperity & childbirth
MonetaRomanA minor goddess of prosperity, the spirits of the mint
MahiHindu/ VedicA minor goddess of sacrifice
BharatiHindu/ Vedic/ EpicA minor goddess of sacrifices
IlaHindu/ VedicA minor goddess of sacrifices
Hotr[a]Hindu/ VedicA minor goddess of sacrifices
Mehet-WeretEgyptA minor goddess of the creation accounts
DhrtiJain/ IndiaA minor goddess that apparently just hangs around
SrividyavediHinduA minor goddess that likes to wear a necklace of teeth & bones
KarmavasitaBuddhistA minor goddess that personifies the discipline of spiritual regeneration
CandesvariBuddhist/ MayhayanaA minor goddess that stands upon a corpse
SataruriHindu/ PuranicA minor goddess that was the victim of incest
NegunMesopotamia/ SumeriaA minor goddess this week
MafdetEgyptA minor goddess who is a guardian against snakes & scorpions
KubuddhiHinduA minor goddess whose name means stupid, she ran around with Gansea
GrdhrasyaBuddhistA minor goddess whose name translates to face of a vulture
PariskaravassitaBuddhistA minor goddess, one of those personifying the discipline of spiritual regeneration
CarmentesRomanA minor goddesses of birth
PilumnusRomanA minor guardian god that oversees the protection of an infant at birth
HariHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor incarnation of the god Visnu
MohiniHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor incarnation of Visnu
MatarisvanHindu/ EpicA minor messenger god
ArmaHittite/ HurrianA minor moon god
Serket[-hetyt]EgyptA minor mortuary goddess
NinkurraMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianA minor mother goddess
AmurruW. SemiticA minor mountain god
NefertumEgyptA minor primordial God of creation from lower Egypt
AlfsGermanicA minor race of gods
MacCuillIrishA minor sea god of the Tuatha De Danann
KaliyaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor serpent god, a Naga
Nehebu-KauEgyptA minor snake god
Aequitas. A minor spirit of fair dealing from 300 BCE
AnsaHindu/ PuranicA minor sun god
BhagaHindu/ Vedic/ PuranicA minor sun god
MitraHindu/ Puranic/ VedicA minor sun god of light & wisdom
MacGreineIrishA minor sun god of the Tuatha De Danann
TzontemocAztecA minor underworld and god
BirduBabylon/ AkkadiaA minor underworld god
ChalmetcalAztecA minor underworld god
GugulannaMesopotamia/ SumeriaA minor underworld god
IxpuztecAztecA minor underworld god
MinosGreek/ RomanA minor underworld god in in
ChalmeacacihuitlAztecA minor underworld goddess
Ah Uuc TicabMayaA minor vegetation & fertility god
Luchtain/ / Luchtar IrishA Minor war & death god
SubrahmanyaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA minor warrior deity
Nahuti EhecatlAztecA minor water god
Leviathan/ LivjatanPhoeniciaA monster also claimed that in the xian O. T.
AshtarothPhoeniciaA moon & fertility goddess
AmmS. ArabiaA moon & weather god
AquitThe AmericasA moon deity
Gungu A moon deity
ManiGerman/ Nordic/ IcelandicA moon god
Nanna/ As-im-babbarMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ IraqA moon god
SaharAramaicA moon god
SelardiArmeniaA moon god
Si ChimuPeruA moon god
WaddS. ArabiaA moon god
PorBrazilA moon god
MenessLativaA moon god as well as the guardian of travelers & military expeditions
KaskuHittite/ HurrianA moon god known from inscriptions
Men PhygiaAsia MinorA moon god that ruled over in the heavens, but the underworld as well
MenTurkeyA moon god that ruled the upper & lower world
Arawa Suk/ Pokot / Kenya/ UgandaA moon goddess
Mama KilyaIncaA moon goddess
Metsaka HuicholMexicoA moon goddess
Nsongo BangalaZaireA moon goddess
ABabylon/ ChaldeaA moon goddess
AcheloisGreekA moon goddess
Arava . A moon goddess
AshimaSemanticA moon goddess
AshimbabbarSemanticA moon goddess
AuchimalgenChileA moon goddess
AyauhteotChileA moon goddess
Belili A moon goddess
Bomo Rambi/ Bomu RambiZimbabweA moon goddess
Brisaya A moon goddess
BulanIndonesia/ MalaysiaA moon goddess
CaelestisCarthageA moon goddess
Chang XiChinaA moon goddess
ChiaChiboaA moon goddess
CoyolxauhquiAztecA moon goddess
CutziThe AmericasA moon goddess
Dewi RatihBaliA moon goddess
Duan LutehIrishA moon goddess
ElectryoneGreekA moon goddess
HintubuetA moon goddess
IllarguiBasqueA moon goddess
IsambaAfricaA moon goddess
Ix AhauMayaA moon goddess
JanaRomanA moon goddess
Ka Ata KillaPeruA moon goddess
OchuWest IndiesA moon goddess
PerimbBrazilA moon goddess & supreme being
ArauaRomanA moon goddess [maybe]
DerketoChaldeaA moon goddess associated with fertility
Aine of KnockaineIrishA moon goddess who was connected with the Summer Solstice
Anatis A moon goddess?
AphaeaGreekA moon goddess?
Hunthaca A moon goddess?
Hur ki A moon goddess?
PahPawneeA moon spirit
CerridwenWales/ ScotlandA moon, grain, education & healing goddess
Ascelpius/ AesculapiusGreekA moral taught medicine Chiron the Centaur & could raise the dead
Lao-TzeChinaA moral who was shamed with being made into a god with a rather bizarre birth, out of his mother's arm pit
GanymedeGreekA mortal boy that was given immortality & the job of cup bearer to the gods
AlastorGreekA mortal that became a minor spirit that avenged evil deeds & demanded vengeance for crimes
Mari/ MarianMiddle EastA mother & sea goddess
Badi MataHinduA mother goddess
BalaHinduA mother goddess
Belit-IliBabylon/ AkkadiaA mother goddess
BrahaniHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess
DercetoMysiaA mother goddess
DevakiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess
Dharti MataHindu/ PuranicA mother goddess
DictynnaCreteA mother goddess
GitaBuddhist/ TibetA mother goddess
HaritiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess
Hinglaj[-Mata]HinduA mother goddess
KarttikiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess
NanaArmeniaA mother goddess
NrtyaBuddhist/ TibetA mother goddess
Sati/ Sakti/ ParvatiHindu/ Puranic/ Epic/ IndiaA mother goddess
Acna/ AknaMaya/ MexicoA mother goddess
GujeswariIndiaA mother goddess
Mahal MataHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess
MalaBuddhist/ TibetA mother goddess
Maya[devi]BuddhistA mother goddess
Narasinhi/ ChandikaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess
NinmahMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianA mother goddess
Pinikirz ElamiteIranA mother goddess
PuspaBuddhist/ TibetA mother goddess
SalmaoneGreekA mother goddess
SankariHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess
SantaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess
SemeleGreek/ RomanA mother goddess
SeridaMesopotamia/ SumeriaA mother goddess
TripuraHindu/ JainA mother goddess
Bhrkuti-TaraBuddhist/ TibetA mother goddess & Buddha designate
Anu/ Anann/ Dana/ Dana Ana/ CatanaIrishA mother goddess associated with fertility & the primordial mother
Gula/ Gula BauBabylon/ SumeriaA mother goddess of creativity, fire & with the power to inflict/ cure disease
DevanandaJain/ IndiaA mother goddess of happiness & joy
Sitala[mata]Hindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess of healing
Santoshi MataHinduA mother goddess of recent origin, about 1960
NintuMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianA mother goddess of the womb
KundaliniAztecA mother goddess responsible for provision of all food from the soil
Kankar MataHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess that became a mother of evil intent
Phul MataHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess that became one of the evil ones
MahesvariHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess that ended up being regarded as a spirit of evil intent
KotisriBuddhistA mother goddess that is called the mother of 7000 Buddhas, busy girl
VarahiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess that later became one of the goddesses of evil intent
IpyEgyptA mother goddess that occasionally will wet nurse the king
San Chou Niang NiangChinaA mother goddess that was first deified during the Sung dynasty
Gulissa MataHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess who became a goddess of evil intent, inflecting sickness
MaeveIrishA mother goddess who is the apotheosis of the land
VaisnaviHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA mother goddess, a Sakti of Visnu
Sipe GialmoBon/ TibetA mother goddess, the queen of the world
QuzahN. ArabiaA mountain & weather god
Baal SaponCanaan/ PhoeniciaA mountain and deity
Baal BrathyPhoeniciaA mountain deity
Ball HermonPhoeniciaA mountain deity
MagogCelticA mountain deity
ApoIncaA mountain god
DercetiusRoman/ IberiaA mountain god
Hara-Yama-Tsu-MiJapan/ ShintoA mountain god concerned with the wooded mountain slopes
TorkArmenianA mountain god that is very hard on the eyes
EbechCanaanA mountain god that lost a fight, fatally so
Himavan/ HimivatHinduA mountain god, the apotheosis of the Himalayan Mountains
Kono-Hana-Sakuya-Hime-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoA mountain goddess
MenaHinduA mountain goddess
AetnaRomanA mountain goddess
Ee loolthDuwamishA mountain goddess
GauriSankar/ IndiaA mountain goddess
AdrasteiaGreek/ Thrace/ Trojan/ PhyrageanA mountain goddess that is the guardian of righteousness & avenges is all wrongs
Manuzi/ LiluriSyriaA mountain goddess, part of the pair with the weather god
EurydiceGreekA mountain valley nymph with a sad love story[ aren't they all?]
HacauitzMayaA mountains god
BadbBrazilA much feared serpent goddess
UraniaGreekA muse of astronomy & astrology
DemogorgonGreekA mysterious spirit/ creator god
Ah Wink ir MasaGuatemalaA nature goddess
Ibath Irish A Nemed who is believed to be a Tuatha ancestor/ father god
Kiskil-lillaSumeriaA night demones
LilituBabylonA nocturnal demones who lingers on as the Jewish Lilith
CallistoGreekA nymph
DespinaGreekA nymph
ThebeGreekA nymph
XeniaGreekA nymph
CarmeGreekA nymph & companion of Artemis
Olokun Yoruba/ Nigeria/ BeninA of fresh waters & oceans
ParceGreek/ RomanA pair birth goddesses became the goddesses of fate
Sakka[n]/ Amakandu/ SumuqanMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadianA patron god of herdsmen & A god of cattle
TlacahuepanAztecA patron god of Mexico & a minor god of war
TeicauhtzinAztecA patron god of Mexico as well as a minor god of war
ChalchiutotolinAztecA penitence
Nang LhaTibetA personal family guardian type of house god
SaktiHindu/ Buddhist/ JainA personification of a god
LingaHinduA phallic form of Siva
BalaparmitaBuddhistA philosophical deity
DanaparamitaBuddhistA philosophical deity
DhyanaparmitaBuddhistA philosophical deity
JnanaparamitaBuddhistA philosophical deity
KsantiparmataBuddhistA philosophical deity
SiaparamitaBuddhistA philosophical deity
PranidhasnaparamitaBuddhistA philosophical deity
AsokottamasriBuddhist/ TibetA physician god
DharmadhatuvagisvaraBuddhistA physician god
SikhinBuddhist/ TibetA physician god
SuparikiritanaasriBuddhist/ TibetA physician god
SurarnadhadravimalaratnaprabhasaBuddhist/ TibetA physician god
SvaraghosarajaBuddhist/ TibetA physician god
SinhanadaBuddhist/ TibetA physician god
AbhijnarajaBuddhist/ TibetA physician god & medicine Buddha
JvartaharisvaraHinduA plague god associated with malaria
Gibini GishuUgandaA plague God associated with of the smallpox god
Haili'la Haida/ PNWA plague god associated with small pox. Interesting history. Cool
Ndaula Bunyoro UgandaA plague god associated with smallpox
HardaulHinduA plague god, he protected against cholera
HattiHinduA plague goddess associated with cholera
Mari MaiHinduA plague goddess associated with cholera
HaritiBuddhistA plague goddess associated with smallpox
Poleramma TeleguIndiaA plague goddess associated with smallpox
Muttalamman/ MutyalammaDavidian/ TamilA plague goddess identified with smallpox
MariyammanDravidian/ TamilA plague goddess with a bizarre form of penance
CandraHindu/ Puranic/ Epic/ BuddhistA planet god commonly affiliated with the moon
HaomaIranA plant that suffered the indignity of being deified, its sap was an intoxicating drink used in a sacrificial ceremonies
ShaushkaHittite/ Akkadian/ HurrianA powerful goddess Ishtar
AstlikGeorgia/ CrimeaA pre Christian astral goddess
DievsLatviaA pre-Christian sky god
ChorsBalkansA pre-Christian sun god
Hiisi KarelinFinlandA pre-Christian tree god that of course was demoted to mean devil, but in the eight minor sense
E QuhalomMaya/ QuicheA primeval creator god
PurusaHindu/ VedicA primeval creator god, the primordial being from whom the cosmos was formed
E AlomMayaA primeval creator goddess
HerysafEgyptA primeval god
KukEgyptA primeval god, one of a pair, a member of the Ogdoad, that represent the darkness that reigned prior to the creation of any heavenly body
Ee-A-o/ YaoGnostic ChristianA primordial being
Pothos PhoneciaHellenicA primordial being
OmeteotlAztecA primordial being that rules in the 13th heaven
PronoiaGnostic ChristianA primordial being, the feminine side of the androgynous parent
AmenEgyptA primordial creation deity
Ame-No-Toko-Tachi-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoA primordial deity
AmidaBuddhist/ JapanA primordial deity
AnsarBabylonia/ AkkadiaA primordial deity
LahamuMesopotamia/ Babylonian/ AkkadiaA primordial deity
TonacaciahutlAztecA primordial deity that is the self created, eternal, female principle
TonacatceuhtliAztecA primordial deity that is the self created, eternal, male principle
ErebosGreek/ RomanA primordial deity, different
Kangalogba Pokot/ Suk / UgandaA primordial female spirit personified in the dragonfly
El'ebCanaanA primordial god
LonoHawaiiA primordial god of agriculture, peace, rain, clouds & the sky
HehEgyptA primordial god of infinity
T'ai YiChinaA primordial god who was present before the cosmos was created
KekEgyptA primordial god, one of the eight representing chaos
KisarMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA primordial god/ dess
AdidharmaBuddhistA primordial goddess
SaranyaHindu/ VedicA primordial goddess
Nu KuaChinaA primordial goddess & inventor of the flute
Rhea/ RheieGreekA primordial goddess of childbirth, earth, fertility, mountains
HehetEgyptA primordial goddess of the immeasurable
NyxGreekA primordial goddess of the night
CipactliAztec/ MexicoA primordial goddess of water
NaunetEgyptA primordial goddess one of the eight Ogdoad
KauketEgyptA primordial goddess, one of the eight that represent chaos
HauhetEgyptA primordial goddess, one of the Ogboad
UsnisavijayaBuddhist/ MayhayanaA primordial goddess, widely worshipped in Tibet
AmmavaruHindu/ Dravidian/ IndiaA primordial mother goddess
Kamulla Kassite a proper guidance in
GuhyasamajaBuddhistA protective deity
K'pop'ala E. GeorgiaA protective god
LamaHittiteA protective god whose epitaph was Innara
BarongBaliA protective spirit
Chung kueiChinaA protector of those who travel & god of examinations
Aahmes NefertariEgyptA protector/ punisher of humans elevated to goddesshood
Thaloque-TepictotonAztecA rain & fertility god
TomiyauhtecuhtliAztecA rain & fertility god
Col/ CholNuer/ SudanA rain & thunderstorms god
Tate Oteganaka HuicholMexicoA rain & water goddess who is also the patron of Laguna De Magdalena
Chi Sung TzuChinaA rain god
TlalocAztecA rain god
Tsui'goabHottentotA rain god
Kura-Okami-No-Kami and/ Shinto A rain god that may also cause snow falls
AbeguwoMelanesia/ New GuineaA rain goddess
BunziZaireA rain goddess
MariDavidian/ TamilA rain goddess & the goddess of smallpox
HarsaphesEgypt/ HellenizedA ram headed god of fertility and water
HenkhesesuiEgyptA ram headed, winged, beetle god of the east wind
Melkart/ MelqartPhoneciaA rather busy god in charge of travelers, sailors, colonies & the city of Tyre who, like the Phoenix, is regenerated by fire
Ulu'tuyar Ulu Toyo'nYakut/ Cen. SiberiaA rather evil creator spirit
Doh YenisiSiberiaa rather good magician that could fly over the waves, become weary, then create islands to rest on, almost god like
Kybele/ Kybebe/ Cybele Phrygian/ NW TurkeyA rather important Asian mother goddess who likely started as a mountain goddess
PrahanaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA rather important mother goddess
Baj BajaniaYakut/ SiberiaA rather joyous forest god
PrasannataraBuddhist/ MayhayanaA rather minor goddess that tramples upon some Hindu gods
BhutIndiaA rather nasty evil spirit so don't irritate it
Ningilin/ NinkilumMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA rather obscure god
KantatmanHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA rather obscure god, of the medicine it is thought
KallingeniaGreekA rather obscure goddess of birth found only in the ritual texts of Athens
MuatiMesopotamia/ SumeriaA rather obscure local god associated with the island paradise of Dilmun
NunbarsegunuMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA rather obscure mother goddess mentioned in the creation taxed as the old woman of Nippur
Sul-utulaMesopotamia/ SumeriaA rather personal tutelary god
LilithJewishA rather startling young lady started out as a wife & became a demoness
HatuibwariSan Cristoval Is./ MelanesiaA rather strange sort, half divine/ half demonic snake & female at that
DhumravatiHindu/ PuranicA rather terrible goddess, walks around with a skull in the hand
KourothropisGreekA really obscure goddess, who wet nursed, this goddess is known only from ritual texts
Manabozo/ Nena bu shu MenonemiUS/ CanadaA redeemer & a trickster who a rabbit on earth under a bowl
EsenchebisGreekA reference to the goddess Isis
Osun Yoruba/ NigeriaA river & healing goddess within a festival of the Ibo-Osun
AkelosGreekA river god
HermusRomanA river god
Mbongo NgbandiZaireA river god
SangariusGreekA river god
ScamanderGreekA river god
SpercheiusGreekA river god
StrymonGreekA river god
TanoTogoA river god
KakakuJapan/ ShintoA river god invoked to protect houses against fire
Achlae/ Aclelous/ Acleloos/ AchelousGreekA river god of some standing in the community
Faro BambaraW. AfricaA river god that brought order to the world when it was created
AlpheusGreekA river god that fell in love with a nymph and had a bad experience Aretimas
SindhuHindu/ VedicA river goddess
AnnaliaAfricaA river goddess
Clairmezin'eHaitiA river goddess
Gum LinChinaA river goddess
ObaAfricaA river goddess
EmanjahTrinidadA river goddess & teacher of children
Anaulikutsai'x Bella CoolaA river goddess that oversees the salmon's cycle of life
Ala MukiPolynesiaA river goddess who takes the form of a dragon
Clairm'eHaiti/ VodunA river loa
AhaYakut/ SiberiaA river spirit, female type
ApozanoltlAztec/ MexicoA running water goddess
GlaucusRomanA sea god
Gonaqade't Chilat US PNWA sea god
AdaroPolynesia/ MelanesiaA sea god
ManawyddanWelshA sea god
Ni ChimuPeruA sea god of significant status
GlaukosGreekA sea god, a rather bizarre story like many other god claims
IgnerssaukInuitA sea god, generally benevolent
Djila'qons Haida/ PNWA sea goddess
Aba khatunBaikal/ SiberiaA sea goddess
AgwetaHaitiA sea goddess
CineiChukchi/ SiberiaA sea goddess
EurybiaGreekA sea goddess
HalsodyneGreekA sea goddess
HelleGreekA sea goddess
IdliragijengetInuitA sea goddess
JandiraBrazilA sea goddess
SalaciaRomanA sea goddess
ScotiaGreekA sea goddess
ViergeHaiti/ VodunA sea goddess
Ma-zuChinaA sea goddess that is a benevolent guardian of fisherman
Leucothea/ LeukotheaGreek/ RomanA sea goddess who protects her worshippers from being shipwrecked
Immap UkuaInuit/ E. GreenlandA sea goddess, moma to all of the sea creatures
Ka'cakAsiatic/ InuitA sea spirit & of rather unpleasant habits
GrismadeviBuddhist/ TibetA seasonal goddess
MelusineBritain/ ScotlandA serpent goddess
HuzayuiEgyptA serpent headed, winged god of the west wind
ProteusGreekA shape shifter prophet
DumuziSumeriaA shepherd god & the Jewish Tammuz
Chikara KorekoreZimbabweA sky god
GukumatzMaya/ QuicheA sky god
Posis DasGreekA sky god
EboreAfricaA sky god
Mawu EweTongoA sky god
TengriMongoliaA sky god
TinEtruscanA sky god
Feng PoChinaA sky god of the wind
AlomMayaA sky god that helped 6 other gods create the world
Orisanla Yoruba/ NigeriaA sky god that was designated to be the creator of earth & living things
Chiuke IboNigeriaA sky god who is also regarded as a creator god
Ndjambi HereoSW AfricaA sky god who is name is generally forbidden to be spoken
Ta'xetHaidaA sky god who receives the souls of those who die by violence
Mugasa/ MuguPygmy(C. Africa)A sky god whose story is close to that of the God of Abraham Genesis one
JabruElamite/ IranA sky god, a rather minor one
BitolMayaA sky god[1 of 7] that helped create the world & its mortals
Mater MatulaItalyA sky goddess
ObtalaWest IndiesA sky goddess
Inmar VotyakFinnish/ UgricA sky goddess that was taken over by the Christians and called of the Mother of God
Colop U UichkinMayaA sky sky god who with a night avatara with the same name is the bringer of disease
AgronaWalesA slaughter goddess
ChickcharneyAndros Is./ BahamasA small furred/ feathered spirit of the forest
Khnum/ Kneph/ Khnemu EgyptA smith god who forms humans on his potter's wheel
KarkotaHinduA snake god
TaksakaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA snake god
MahamayuriBuddhist/ Mayhayana/ HinduA snake god
MahapadmaHinduA snake god
PadmaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA snake god
Sankha[pala]Hindu/ Puranic/ EpicA snake god
AnantaHindu/ PuranicA snake god & one of the seven snake deities
NagarajaHinduA snake god in in one of the deities that were worshipped prior to 1700 BCE
MahabjaHindu/ PuranicA snake god, a Naga
Sesa[naga]Hindu/ Epic/ Vedic/ PuranicA snake god/ Naga, he is at the Great serpent that lies in the primeval sea & encircles the world
AngitiaGreekA snake goddess
HerensugueBasqueA snake shaped devilish spirit
Kun AymaraBoliviaA snow god & main deity
MariciChina/ BuddhistA solar goddess
CaturmurtiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA specific form of Vishnu [4 faces]
HuacaPeruA spirit being
KaukasLithuaniaA spirit being, some type of goblin that brings good luck who is also bound to the notion of a dragon guarding treasure
IngumaBasqueA spirit of death that enters people's homes by night & strangles them
Alalu OssetianCen. CaucasiansA spirit of smallpox & protects women
OniataIroquoisA spirit of springs
Tnecei'vuneChukchee/ SiberiaA spirit of the dawn, one of four beings that control the dawn of from different directions
ShakuruPawneeA spirit of war & the sun
ErgeBasqueA spirit that takes men's lives
HelohaChoctawA spirit[female] of thunder
Menrva/ MenervaEtruscanA spiting image of the Greek goddess Athena in all aspects
TanusItalianA star god
TanaItalianA star goddess
CeiuciBrazilA star goddess who created all animals
NanaiSumeriaA stellar deity
MangallaIndiaA stellar deity that rules the planet Mars
ImMesopotamiaA storm god
Sogbo FonBeninA storm god of rain
ShurdiAlbaniaA storm god that had been revered in recent times
P:erendeAlbanianA storm god that lets you know he is around with thunder & lightning. It was used by the Christians to identify their god in that region
ElSyriaA storm god, also found in the mythologies of Canaan & the early Jewish invaders Ymvh Jehova God
InkanyambaZulu/ S. AfricaA storm god, deals directly with tornadoes
Baal/ HadadCanaanA storm god[originally meant lord]
FinvarraIrishA strong god Fionnbharr
IruwaKenyaA sun & war god
AkewaTobaA sun & war goddess
SamsGreekA sun deity that in the north is a male & in the south female
Asis Suk/ Pokot / Kenya/ UgandaA sun god
DaksaHindu/ Vedic/ PuranicA sun god
DhatarHindu/ PuranicA sun god
Irvun Congo/ Tanzania/ Cameroon a sun god
NachundeElamiteA sun god
Lisa Fon/ DahomeyAfricaA sun god
MerodachBabylonA sun god
BenuEgyptA sun god in a bird like form
MahesEgyptA sun god normally worshipped in the region of the Nile delta
DhanvantariHindu/ Vedic/ Puranic/ EpicA sun god that later became an avatar of the god Visnu
MeherArmeniaA sun god that was closely linked with Mithra
Mika-Hiya-HiJapan/ ShintoA sun god, subservient to the sun goddess
Kushi-Dama-Nigi-Haya-HiJapan/ ShintoA sun god, the apotheosis of the morning sun
Kazyoba NyamweziTanzaniaA sun god-held to be the creator & tutelary deity of the tribe
AimendIrish/ ScotlandA sun goddess
HeliaGreekA sun goddess
IlankakaNkundoA sun goddess
MorIrishA sun goddess & dam of the kings of Munster
Kavra'nnaChukchee/ E. SiberiaA sun spirit, female type
AkongoNgombeA supreme & creator god
Kiya'marakInuitA supreme being from he remains out of touch, and distinct & remote as regards ordinary mortals
ElCanaan/ Hebrew/ PhoeniciaA supreme god started life as a storm god Ymvh, God
Sins Sga'nagwai Haida/ BC CanadaA supreme god that gives power to all things
CandaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA terrible goddess & a distinct form of Durga done in
BhutamataHinduA terrible goddess, a frightening form of Parveti
Kami-Musubi-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoA third creator being in the primordial a list of deities, this being was born alone in the cosmos and its presence remains hidden from humans
TriglavPolandA three headed god
Ah PekuMayaA thunder god that lives on the tops of hills
ApeshEgyptA tortoise god of night, evil, & the powers of darkness
Bele AluaGhanaA tree goddess
Cuvto avaRussiaA tree goddess
EdinkiraAfricaA tree goddess
MathitEgyptA tree goddess who helps the dead climb to heaven
Ku'nkunxuliga Ma'maelegaeBC CanadaA tribal god & personification of the Thunderbird
NuaduIrishA tribal god of healing & water
Nosenga Kotrkore/ ShonaZimbabweA tribal god that requires an oracle
O'Meal Na'kwaxdaxBC CanadaA tribal spirit, the chief of the anciects who's siblings are the myth people
HamavehaeRoman/ RhinelandA trinity of mother goddesses
Dechtere/ DechtireIrishA trinity unto herself
HokewinglaDakotaA turtle spirit
IndrKafir/ AfghanistanA tutelary & weather god
KhipaHittite/ HurrianA tutelary deity
VagisvaraBuddhistA tutelary deity of Nepal & a god of speech
Bhagavan IndiaN. Cent.A tutelary god
Fe GaiIvory CoastA tutelary god
GujoKafir/ AfghanistanA tutelary god
Haldi UrartArmeniaA tutelary god
Huban ElamiteIranA tutelary god
IstadevataBuddhist/ TibetA tutelary god
Kemos MoabJordanA tutelary god
NathaBuddhist/ Sri LankaA tutelary god
NingirsuMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianA tutelary god
San-DuiBuddhist/ TibetA tutelary god
MahaprabhuIndiaA tutelary god
MauiPolynesian/ MaoriA tutelary god
Orotalt ofLakeA tutelary god
TeibasArmenia/ UartA tutelary god
VidyrajaBuddhist/ MeolaA tutelary god concerned with the implementation of the law
KahilanArabicA tutelary god known only from inscriptions
Nu Mus DaMesopotamia/ SumeriaA tutelary god of a lost city of Kazullu
MartuMesopotamia/ SumeriaA tutelary god of Ninab
IstaranMesopotamia/ SumeriaA tutelary god of the city of Der
MucalindaBuddhistA tutelary god of the lake near Bodh Gaya
Lendix-Teux ChilcotinBC CanadaA tutelary god that educates the human race
KalacakraBuddhist/ Mayhayana/ TibetA tutelary god that is personally selected
Mombo Wa Ndhlopfu RongaMozambiqueA tutelary god that lives in & controls the forest
RudaN. ArabiaA tutelary god, an androgynous being
SaxnotSaxonA tutelary god, at one time required to be denounced at Christian baptism
Bagvarti UratArmeniaA tutelary goddess
UniEtruscanA tutelary goddess of midwives & the sky
GarmangabisBritainA tutelary goddess who came to Britain with the Romans
Lamaria SvanCaucasusA tutelary goddess, it is suspected that her name as been christianized
KatargamaTamil/ Sri LankaA tutelary gody
Chos-SkyonBuddhist/ TibetA tutelary guardian deity
DeviHinduA twelve armed warrior goddess
Jaya-VijayaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA twin goddess, possibly forms of Durga
Kunapipi AlawaAus.A type of magna mater, rather unpleasant who is still a part of the rite of passage for males
Modimo TwanaBotswanaA universal god, possibly monotheistic
Sadaksari[Lokesvara]Buddhist/ Lamaist/ TibetA variety of Avalokitesvara that is incarnate in succession of the Dali Lamas
VacBuddhistA variety of Manjusri
Bres MaclathaIrishA vegetation god
EmesSumeriaA vegetation god
Haumiatiketike/ Haumia Polynesia/ MaoriA vegetation God
MalakbelN. ArabiaA vegetation god
Kahdir/ Al KahdirN. AfricaA vegetation god of the got his immortality by drinking from the well of life
SampsaFinnishA vegetation god that gives life to seed that lies dormant through the winter
Taumata-AtuaPolynesianA vegetation god that presides over the fields
Bera PennuIndiaA vegetation goddess
Bhumi DevataIndiaA vegetation goddess
HeleneGreekA vegetation goddess, she is the one the Trojan War was fought over
Tatqa'hicinKoryak/ SW SiberiaA vegetation spirit spirit
Kelpie Scotland a very bad tempered water spirit with only one eye and that likes to kill humans
ErdaGermanA very old & wise earth goddess
Kele De/ Ceile De IrishA very old goddess
Marunogere Kiwi-PapuaNew GuineaA very popular fellow, he taught people to make their houses but most importantly he created the sexual parts of women, but not claimed to be a god
Ahnt Alis Pok'Mexico regionA very small goddess - 2 feet high
IgalilikInuitA very tough hunting spirit
VeiveEtruscanA very young god
Andrasta IceneBritainA victory goddess
EtugenMongolA virgin earth goddess
Eri of the Golden HairIrishA virgin goddess of the Tuatha De Danann
Banbha CavillacaPeruA virgin goddess that was preggers by a sneaky god
CavillacaPeruA virgin goddess that was preggers by a sneaky god
BoldogasszonyHungaryA virgin goddess who protected mothers & children
FaragvoulPuerto Rico/ HaitiA votive god
NeretEgyptA vulture goddess of strength, fear, & theft
MutEgyptA vulture goddess shown crowned and holding a papyrus scepter, goddess of fertility, healing & sound bodies
NanajaMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA war & fertility goddess
Resep[A]MukalCanaan/ PhoneciaA war & plague god that originated in Syria
Apedmak Sudanese a war god
Buriyas KasiteIranA war god
ErraMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadiaA war god
Paeon/ PaiawonGreek/ CreteA war god
Segomo/ CocidiusCelticA war god
IrminGermanicA war god
CamulosBritonA war god [Colchester ?]
KakupacatMayaA war god with a shield of fire
SalaMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadianA war goddess
AgasayaSemiticA war goddess
BoduaCelticA war goddess
Crobh Dearg/ Crove DairgIrishA war goddess
Cymidei/ / CymeinfollWalesA war goddess
FeaIrishA war goddess
AnthatSyriaA war goddess who had a shrine at Thebes
Bhima/ Bhimsen/ Bhimul PenHindu/ Puranic/ EpicA warrior & rain god
Astabis/ Zamama/ NinurtaHurrian/ AkkadiaA warrior god
MonKafir/ Afghanistan/ HindukushA warrior god & hero from prehistoric origins and around today
ChangoAfricaA warrior god that Defense morals against enemies that want the land, wealth & women
Luaths LurgannCelticA warrior goddess
OyaYorubaA warrior goddess of fire, rainstorms, justice & the wind
Marcia ProbaBritainA warrior queen goddess
OshossiBrazilA water god
Ame-No-Mi-Kumari-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoA water goddess
CoventinaRoman/ BritishA water goddess
IccovellaunaCelticA water goddess
Adamisil WedoHaitiA water goddess
ObaPuerto RicoA water goddess
SironeHaiti/ VodunA water goddess & protector of bathing children
ArnemetiaRoman/ BritishA water goddess known from inscriptions
LuandinhaBrazilA water goddess pictured as a snake
Tegid VoelWelshA water goddess that was identified by the poet Taliesin
ApiuEtruscanA weather god
EacusRoman/ IberiaA weather god
TaruHittite/ HurrianA weather god
TarhuntHurrian/ AnatoliaA weather god
SudremKafir/ AfghanistanA weather god created for the breath of the god Imra
PariacacaIncaA weather god response will for rain & thunder
MenzabacMayaA weather god that causes the rain by sprinkling black dye on the clouds, he has a side line as a fever god & the keeper of good souls
HoragallesLaplandA weather god, a local version of Thor
BarsaminArmeniaA weather/ sky god
Bo FindIrishA white cow goddess
AlphitoGreekA white goddess
BokwusKwakiutlA wild spirit of the woodlands
LipseGreekA wind goddess
MarsyasAsia MinorA woodland satire that was flayed to death by Apollo
Debata Toba-BatakSumatraA word used to denote an individual god/ divine power
Kloanthes Hellenized/ RomanEgyptA youthful god of Panoplois
Peju'lpeYukaghir/ SiberiaAes guardian spirits look at the well being of animals under their care & benevolent to the hunter so long as he observes the rules and kills only when necessary
Spiniesis agriculture - This poor minor god is charged with responsibility of uprooting thorn bushes
Foto-TamaJapan/ ShintoAn ancestral god
Lars FamiliarusRomanAn ancestral spirit
IkvakuHindu/ VedicAn ancestral sun god, that creator god
Cromm CruaichIrishAn ancient deity
AltriaEtruscanAn ancient earth goddess
MedrEthiopiaAn ancient earth spirit, gender unknown
Fionn Mac CumhalIrish/ Manx/ ScotlandAn ancient giant god/ warrior
GaomeiChineseAn ancient goddess [first mother] later changed into a male divinity
Totilma'ilMaya/ TzotziAn androgynous creator being
Eme'mqutKoryak/ SiberiaAn animistic spirit
I'lenaKoryak/ SiberiaAn animistic spirit
GarduaHindu/ VedicAn archaic sun god
GabrielHebrew/ ChristianAn archangel that was rather busy as a messenger from the God of Abraham, he also toots the trumpet that signifies the end of the universe
Tomwo'getKoryak/ SiberiaAn archetypical creator spirit
Snulk'ulxa'ls Bella Coola/ BC CanadaAn arctypical god, rather like the Christian god in as he provided a conflict of decent and evil treatment for humans
NiamhIrishAn aspect of Badb who helps heroes at death
IsaHindu/ PuranicAn aspect of Siva
SomaskandaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAn aspect of the god Siva, a god for all that
Sul-Pa-e TheMia/ SumeriaAn astral & fertility god, a personification of the planet Jupiter
Ame-No-Kagase-WoJapan/ ShintoAn astral deity that had to be executed
Hokushin-O-KamiJapan/ ShintoAn astral deity, Ursa Minor
AlmaqahS. ArabiaAn astral god
ArsuN. ArabiaAn astral god
BudhaHindu/ Vedic/ Epic/ Puranic/ BuddhistAn astral god
CandamiusRoman/ IberiaAn astral god
DhruvaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAn astral god
HikoboshiJapan/ ShintoAn astral god
MangalaHinduAn astral god
SaniHindu/ BuddhistAn astral god
Topoh Pokot/ Suk / UgandaAn astral god associated with the evening star
Pak Tai/ Hsuan T'ien/ Shang TiChinese/ TaoistAn astral god of war
BrhaspatiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAn astral god personifying Jupiter
AzizosPalmyraAn astral god representing the the morning star
ShaniHinduAn astral god that brought misfortune
UsinsLataviaAn astral god that was affiliated with both the morning & evening star, he sidelined with beekeepers & spring until the Christians showed up and then he became St. George
Myoken-BohdisattivaChinese/ BuddhistAn astral god, the apotheosis of the pole star
AlatArabicAn astral goddess
SulsagaSumeriaAn astral goddess
ArundhatiHindu/ PuranicAn astral goddess personified as the morning star
AnalaHindu/ PuranicAn attendant god
ApaHindu/ PuranicAn attendant god
DharaHindu/ PuranicAn attendant god
TasmisuHittite/ HurrianAn attendant god
PratyusaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAn attendant god of Indra
PrabhasaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAn attendant god that answered to Indra
SaramaHindu/ Puranic/ Epic/ VedicAn attendant goddess of the god Indra
SumaliniBuddhist/ MayhayanaAn attendant minor goddess
HaraHindu/ PuranicAn avatar of Siva
AkerbeltzBasqueAn avatar of the god Mari
AkerbeltzBasqueAn avatar of the god Mari
AdimurtiHinduAn avatar of Vishnu
Kurma[vatara]Hindu/ Puranic/ EpicAn avatar of Visnu
TagesEtruscanAn early god of prophecy
AlectronaGreekAn early goddess
Dubh LachaIrishAn early goddess of the sea
GilgamesSumeriaAn early historical King of Uruk, that later became and deified and was considered a god of the underworld
ZarpanditAssyrian/ BabylonianAn early pregnancy goddess
Nana BurukuCubaAn earth & water goddess
OnuavaGallic/ CelticAn earth fertility goddess known only from inscriptions
Atabei/ AttabeiraCubaAn earth goddess
EseasarAfricaAn earth goddess
MarinetteHaitiAn earth goddess
Acca LarentiaEtruscan/ RomanAn earth goddess & goddess of winter
JordIcelandic/ GermanicAn earth goddess mentioned in the Edda by Snorri
ChibiriasMayaAn earth goddess who sends the rain & paints the earth
Boraspati ni TanoBatakAn earth spirit
ZamPersiaAn earth spirit
Nu'tenutChukchee/ E. SiberiaAn earth spirit that is the owner of the world
AdroLugbaraAn earthly god of & grass fires
KabrakanMayaAn earthquake god
JagannathHinduAn epitaph for Krisna
KematefEgyptAn epitaph for the primeval god Amun
IsvaraHinduAn epitaph of Siva
AsarN. ArabiaAn equestrian god
Ajatar (sometimes Ajattara)FinlandAn evil forest spirit.
DunawaliHuliAn evil goddess
ChristallineHaitiAn evil sea goddess
AatxeBasqueAn evil spirit capable of assuming human form
Angru MainyaPersiaAn evil underworld god
Lan Kai-HeChina/ TaoistAn immortal being
Li Thieh-KuaiChina/ TaoistAn immortal being
Han Xiang-ZhiChina/ TaoistAn immortal being, there were eight
Lu Tong-PinChina/ TaoistAn immortal being, he is the tutelary god of barbers
Kao Kuo-JiuChinese/ TaoistAn immortal being, the tutelary god of actors
AvatarHinduAn incarnation of a deity
ParasuramaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAn incarnation of the god of Visnu
VamanaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAn incarnation of the god Visnu
MatsyaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAn incarnation of the god Visnu
NarasinhaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAn incarnation of the god Visnu
KrishnaHinduAn incarnation of Vishnu a bit of a ladies man
KRSNA/ KannanHindu/ Puranic/ Epic/ TamilAn incarnation of Vishnu known as the dark one
SamaDavidian/ TamilAn obscure heroic god
Abraxas/ Abrsax/ AbraxisGreek/ Orientalan occult theonym this god has the torso & arms of a man, head of a rooster & serpent legs
DorisGreekAn ocean goddess
JamainaBrazilAn ocean goddess
Ban Chuideachaidh MoireIrishAn old goddess
EithneIrishAn old goddess Ethleen Ethlinn Ethniu
AnankeGreekAn omnipresent goddess of destiny
AkonadiGhanaAn oracle goddess of justice
DaphneGreekAn oracular goddess & mountain nymph
Iubdan of the Faylinn IrishAn Ulster god
Arimanius/ AreimaiosRomanAn underworld god
Dur KassiteIranAn underworld god
AkenEgyptAn underworld god & keeper of the underworld ferryboat
Herne British/ Anglo-Saxon An underworld god & leader phantom hunt
Am-HehEgyptAn underworld god & minor deity who lives in a lake of fire
Pen AnnwenWelshAn underworld god almost synonymous with Pwyll & Pryderi
AedCeltic/ IrishAn underworld god known only from inscription
AericuraCeltic/ RomanAn underworld god known only from inscription
AndjetyEgyptAn underworld god of the ninth nome[district]
DonnIrishAn underworld god responsible for the passage of the dead to the underworld
HerosThraceAn underworld god who is also a horseman
AreimaniosGreekAn underworld god, not nice
Allatu[m]W. SemiticAn underworld goddess
AlpanuEtruscanAn underworld goddess
AtaecinaRoman/ IberiaAn underworld goddess
Hetepes-SekhusEgyptAn underworld goddess
MeilichiaGreekAn underworld goddess
MelinoeGreekAn underworld goddess
SulisRoman/ CelticAn underworld goddess concerned with knowledge & of prophecy
Heret-KauEgyptAn underworld goddess of the old kingdom
AmmutEgyptAn underworld goddess that eats the hearts of the evil
AhemaitEgyptAn underworld goddess who eats the souls of the unworthy
ArsayCanaanAn underworld goddess, the third daughter of Baal
AntabogaIndonesianAn underworld serpent deity ruling over the production of rice
ItabaHaitiAncestor goddess
KaveFinlandAncient god of sky, later the deity of the lunar cycle. Father of Väinämöinen. Also Kaleva.
Chlaus HaisticIrishAncient goddess of unknown function
Jetaita YamamaTirerra del Fuegoand earth spirits of the fearful type
Katavi NtamweziTanzaniaand in a demonic being who is chief of the water-spirits
Kurdalaegon/ Kurdaligon OssetianCaucus mtns.and in The god of all blacksmiths with a strange job
Kinnar W. Semitic and musician god
So Ewe/ Hua/ Togoand weather god
Lebien-PoghlYukaghir/ SiberiaAnimistic owner god & chief protector of the earth
IcciSiberiaAnimistic spirits
Atua I Raropuka TikpoaPolynesiaAnother creator deity
HunapuMayaAnother creator god
Itzam Na/ Hun Itzamna/ YaxcocahmutMayaAnother creator god, water, agriculture, drawing, healing, medicine & the moon
CandanyikaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAnother distinctive form of Durga
CandavatiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAnother form of Durga
HarmachisGreekAnother form of the Egyptian god Horus
HarpokratesGreekAnother form of the Egyptian god Horus, as a child sitting on his mother's knee
HaroerisGreekAnother form of the Egyptian god Horus, but this time as an adult
Egungun oyaAfricaAnother form of the Yoruba goddess of divination
Kuei ku TzuChinaAnother god of fortune telling
Kuo Tzu iChinaAnother god of happiness
Keng Yen chengChinaAnother god of robbers & thieves
FengboChinaAnother god of the wind
FengboChinaAnother god of the wind
AjtzakMayaAnother god that helped create people
DhumavatiHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAnother goddess
DhumornaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAnother goddess
MayavelIndiaAnother goddess of children
AnginaRomanAnother goddess of health, specifically of sore throats
Diiwica/ DilwicaSerbiaAnother goddess of the hunt
KaumauriHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAnother goddess that later became considered a goddess of evil intent
AcolnahuacatlAztecAnother minor chthonic underworld god
KakaMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadiaAnother minor god with political pull
VasusriBuddhist/ MayhayanaAnother minor goddess
PusyaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicAnother minor goddess of fortune
AsterodeiaRomanAnother moon goddess
BromeGreekAnother nymph who was a nurse for Dionysus
HoteiJapan/ ShintoAnother of the Seven gods of Luck
ChiminaguaChibchaAnother omni-potent god that created the earth in a rather simple matter
SvasthavesiniHinduAnother one of those rather ugly goddesses
Taka-Mi-Musubi-No-KamaJapan/ ShintoAnother primordial creator being
LahmuMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadianAnother primordial deity
Tate Kyewimoka HuicholMexicoAnother rain & water goddess, who is also the goddess of grain
RimmonBabylonAnother sun god
HuacasPeru/ BoliviaAny natural object that has an obvious supernatural manifestation
Naiad[s]GreekAny nymph who presided over brooks , springs or fountains
NereidGreekAny one of the of the fifty sea nymphs
IxcozauhquiAztecAssociated with paternalism & A god of fire
GwyddnoWalesAt one time he was a sea god
Tifenua TikopiaPolynesiaat the chthonic fertility god
TlanzolteotlIxcuiname/ Aztecat the chthonic/ earth goddess, a maternal goddess linked with sex, & in the Aztec way, personifying filth
OmeTochtliAztec a fertility god that was slaughtered and then resurrected by Tezcatlipoca
Ah Chun Caan Mexico be deity though of the city of Merida
DabogBalkans/ S. RussiaBefore Christians he was a sun god, alas, now he's reduced to a diabolic personality
DeiveLithuaniaBefore Christians it was an appellation of divinity, as in certain stones that were the object of veneration
EchtgheIrishBelieved to be another form of Dana Aughty
CanolaIrishBelieved to be one of the oldest of the Irish deities
PitariHindu/ PuranicBo benevolent, she's one of the consorts of Siva
Magh Mor Irish AFirBolg princess/ goddess
AwonawilonaPueblo/ ZuniChief deity
AhsonnutliNavahoChief god
AjokLoukoChief god
Luchtar LudIrish/ WalesChief god
LudIrish/ WalesChief god
NyasayeMargoliChief god
WeleAbaluyiaChief god
Hanuman/ Hanumat Hindu/ Puranic/ EpicChief minister & general of the monkey people as well as a patron saint of learning
Alii MenehuneHawaiiChief of the Little People
KeneunIroquoisChief of the Thunderbirds an invisible spirit
HowChuChina the is the goddess of the air
DeohakoSenecaCollective name of the three daughters of the Earth Mother
EvanEtruscanConsidered female a being that is one of the Las
GogGallicConsort of Magog
Iemaparu Pueblo/ Kachina? Corn mother
Rubanga AlurUgandacreator god
Ewauna Coquille/ PNWCreator goddess
Eka AbassiAfricaCreator of life
IoskehaIroquoisCreator of the first man & woman
Ng aiMasaiCreator of the universe
AbassiEfikCreator of the world
Olorun Yoruba Creator/ supreme god
Neit Irish A TuathaDeDanann war god
TuulikkiFinlandDaughter of Tapio and Mielikki, goddess of animals.
WinonahOjibwaDaughter of the goddess Nokomis & a virgin mother
Antero VipunenFinlandDeceased giant, protector of deep knowledge and magic.
MaraNorseDefinitely a goblin to fear, he seizes males while in their beds & removes all speech & motion
HiisiFinlandDemon, originally meaning a sacred grove, later a mean goblin.
Gnomes Pan-European Demonic beings that inhabit woods, mountains & water
KorybantesAsia Minor/ GreeceDemonic companions of Kybele
KuretesCreteDemons associated with vegetation that are of pre-Greek times
EshuFon/ YorubaDivine messenger
White LadyCelticDryad of Death
JogahIroquoisDwarf nature spirits
AngitiaRomanEarly goddess of healing & witchcraft
MajaSiouxEarth mother
FeneHenryEither a demon or a place where demonic beings hang out, or both
TepeyollotlAztecEither a minor chthonic &/ or earth god or originally the earthquake god
JedzaPolandEquivalent of Baba Yaga
TuomasFinlandEternally befuddled.
PoeninusRoman/ CelticEurope a mountain god
GrianIrishFaery goddess from County Tipperary & a goddess of war
MathonwyWalesFather god
UchtsitiAcomaFather of the gods
Fatit/ MerinAlbaniaFemale entities that are in charge of the individuals destiny
IlmatarFinlandFemale spirit of air; the daughter of primeval substance of creative spirit. Mother of Väinämöinen in Kalevala.
Akka ("old lady")FinlandFemale spirit, feminine counterpart of "Ukko"[7].
LalliFinlandFinn who slew Bishop Henry on the ice of Lake Köyliö, according to a legend.
KouretesGreekForest deities
TonttuFinlandGenerally benign tutelary. Originally, a patron of cultivated land, keeper of lot.
Bormanus Celtic/ Breton god of hot springs
KuuFinlandGod of Moon.
Ahti (or Ahto)FinlandGod of the depths, giver of fish.
Pratyangira Hindu goddess of rather terrifying aspect
Kam,enae/ CamenaeItalyGoddesses unbowed of springs & wells with a shrine in Rome where of the of vestal virgins got their water
Raka Hervey Is./ Polynesiagot the winds
ZaramamaPeruGrain goddess
EscehemanArapahoGrandmother earth
ModronWalesGreat Mother she is one of the most powerful of the Celtic mother goddesses
Guaire/ Boinne GuaryIrishGuardian god/ spirit of Bruigh
Si'mskalinKamchadal/ SE Siberiaguardian spirit
EchidnaGreekHalf woman, half snake, a demonic monster
GeushUrvanHe assists the Amesha Spenta, Vohu Manab
AmmitEgyptHe ate the hearts of unworthy souls
Kyumbe ZaramoTanzaniaHe created all living things on the earth
Pore/ PuraGuyanan/ SAHe created the earth & all living things
O-Toshi-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoHe heads the pantheon of agricultural gods but generally is the guardian of rice fields
Kujaku MyooBuddhismHe in gives protection against drought & protects against all evil in the Shingo sect of Japan
GobannonCelticHe is a blacksmith type god
Shang Ti/ Yu Hwang-ShangChina/ TaoistHe is a creator god
Phyi-SgrubBuddhist/ TibetHe is a form of a god Yama
AhmakiqMayaHe is a god of agriculture
Kurke/ CurchePrussiahe is a god of grain
LaukosargasPrussiaHe is a god of grain & the fields
Cit Bolon TumMayaHe is a god of medicine
YarrisHittiteHe is a god of pestilence
Kurunta?HittiteHe is a god of rural areas
Branab LlyrCelticHe is a god of the dead & can restore him is to life
HuitzilopochtliAztecHe is a god of war & the sun as well as the patron god of the Aztec nation
Ku UasaFinlandHe is a god of water
Mo Hi HaiChinaHe is a god of water
HasamelisHittite/ HurrianHe is a god who can protect travelers
PlutosGreekHe is a minor god of riches
UliliyassisHittiteHe is a minor god who removes impotence
MalDravidian/ TamilHe is a pastoral god whose name means either the the great one or the dark one
Marchocias MedievalEuropeHe is a prince of the hellish realmy, supposedly one of the angels that followed Satan
HedammuHurrianHe is a snake demon that resides in the sea and he is constantly hungry
Velaute'mtilanKoryak/ SE SiberiaHe is a vegetation spirit
SuwaliyattasHittiteHe is a warrior god
Tomwo'getKoryak/ SE SiberiaHe is an archetypical creator being
JarovitW. SlavicHe is considered a war god
Dwyn Kazoba BazibaAfricaHe is in the god of the sun and as well as the moon
KinguBabylonHe is in the husband/ son of Tiamat
Hunahpu GutchMayaHe is one of the 13 gods that mistakenly created humans
BishamonJapanHe is one of the 7 gods of luck & the Buddhist patron of warriors
Ahau ChamahezMayaHe is one of two gods of medicine
ZashapunaKastamaHe is the chief god of the town of Kastama
MilkomAmmonite (E.Jordan)He is the chief god, & may have of been worshipped by King Solomon under a different name
Toro NgbandiZaireHe is the creator god
Tororut Pokot/ Suk / UgandaHe is the creator god
MakunaimmaCaribbean/ C. AmericaHe is the creator of the heavens, humans, & animals in no particular order
He Bo/ Bing YiChinaHe is the divine ruler of all rivers
KisinMayaHe is the evil earthquake spirit
ManibozhoAlgonquinHe is the god created the earth & humans as an after thought
Mezavirs/ MezadevaLatviaHe is the god of all forests
Hasam[m]eliHittiteHe is the god of blacksmiths & of the craft of wrought-iron
MoschelLatviaHe is the god of cows
TeoyaomquiAztecHe is the god of dead warriors
Ah PuchMayaHe is the god of death
MeidenLithuaniaHe is the god of forest & animals, figures doesn't it
IxtliltonAztecHe is the god of healing, feasting & games
Teliko BambaraW. AfricaHe is the god of hot winds
Illapa/ Illyapa/ KatoyallaIncaHe is the god of lightning, thunder & rain storms
YacatecuhtliAztecHe is the god of merchant adventurers
MictlantecuhtliAztecHe is the god of Mictlan & the dead
TienoltsodiNavahoHe is the god of oceans & fresh water to, he controls all waters that fall on the earth but none of those in the heavens
SiaEgyptHe is the god of perception
QuetzalcoatlAztec/ ToltecHe is the god of the air & presided over commerce, fertility, wind & of wisdom
GoibbiuIrishHe is the god of the blacksmiths craft
Savea Si'uleoPolynesiaHe is the god of the dead
IlmatarFinlandHe is the god of the earth
Goibnui/ GovannonCelticHe is the god of the forge who's beer was so good, that the drinker gained immortality
TlahuiazecalpatcuatliAztecHe is the god of the morning star
BaalPhoeniciaHe is the god of the thunderstorm, war, good harvests, fertility, nature, winter rain & of storms
EkahauMayaHe is the god of travelers & merchants
NaconMayaHe is the god of war
MirabichiOttawa/ Canadahe is the god of water
Mugasha BazibaAfricaHe is the god of water
Tir Mumiahe is the god of wisdom concerned with writing
Kan u UayeyabMayaHe is the god who guarded cities.
KuberaHindu/ Puranic/ Vedic/ EpicHe is the guardian of the north as well as a god of riches
AyasHittiteHe is the keeper of the old tablets with the words of fate
Ihi/ EhiEgyptHe is the lord of the sistrum
CenteotlAztecHe is the maize god
MetztliAztecHe is the moon god.
MutuAssyriaHe is the personification of death & the god of the underworld
Kinich KakmoMayaHe is the sun god & is symbolized by the Macaw
Tatosi HuicholMexicoHe is the the principal god of fire
KukulcanMayaHe is the wind god that started life as a god of the Toltec
DipamkaraBuddhistHe proceeded the Buddha in east Asia
KhonsuEgyptHe protects those who travel at night, and expels demons
ZalmoxisGreekHe sometimes symbolized immortality
ParjanyaHindu/ VedicHe started out being a god of rain
Hapantalliyas/ HapantalliHittiteHe took his place at the moon god's side
Manannan Mac Lir[Llyr]Irish/ WalesHe was a shape shifter & chief Irish sea god
Fu HsingChinaHe was considered a spirit of happiness
BuddhaIndiaHe was deified after his death
Zanahary/ Zanaharibe RailanitraMadagascarHe was the creator god
AeolosGreekHe was the custodian of the four winds
SvantovitSvantevitSlavicHe was the fire & war god
ShamishBabylonHe was the sun god and the god of justice
DadimundaBuddhist/ Sri LankaHe was the treasurer for another God
Maahes/ Maa/ Myhs/ Mihos Egypt He's the god of sight, sun god of the Nile Delta, & the midsummer
Mexitli/ HuitzlilpochtliMexicoHead god of the ancient Mexicans
ManesRomanHearth deities who is just happen to be the spirits of the dead
LaresRomanHearth deities, they are unique to the Romans
PenatesRomanHearth gods chosen by the head of household
Dieva-deliLatviaHeavenly beings, 2 sometimes 3
AiaruPolynesiaHer function is to predict death
CamaxtliMayaHere he is a god of fate
BreasalWales/ CornwallHigh King of the entire planet
OlaBibiHindu a local play goddess associated with cholera
DidiThakrunHindu a plague goddess associated with cholera
PansahiMataHindu one of the seven mother goddesses that later became regarded as evil
AditiHinduHindu supreme creator of all that has been created
AlalusHurrianThe first heavenly King who lasted for 9 years
Pusi TikopiaPolynesiaif this God, the apotheosis of the reef eel
Hor-Hekenu Egypt in this form, Horus is the lord of protection
Fravasi/ FravartinIranInteresting - The concept denotes the spirit of the pre-existence of the believer that watches over him as a protective spirit
DamaHuliInvisible deities which control the weather, attack people & cause illness, sterility or death
Sarvakarmsvaranavisodhani Buddhist it in other god of literature
Abat[t]urMandaeansIt weighs souls &/ or their deeds
Vedenemo ("mother of waters")FinlandKarelian goddess of water.
Gwynn Ap NuddWalesKing of the fairies & the underworld
GwethyrWalesKing of the Upperworld Gwyrthur Ap Gwreidawl
Me'mdeye-Ecl'eYukaghir/ SiberiaKnown as father fire, a fire spirit
Hou ChiChinaLord of abundant harvests
Ch'ih Sung tzuChinaLord of the rain
TepyollotlAztecLord of uncertainty
ElaineWales/ BritainMaiden aspect of the goddess
GrainneIrish/ Manx/ ScotlandMaster herbalist & sun goddess
Ga OhIroquoisMaster of the winds
OckabewisChippewaMessenger of the gods & teacher of mankind
TaliesinWalesMinor barley god worshipped through the 16th century
AsvayujauHindu/ PuranicMinor goddess of fortune
CronosCelticMinor harvest & Sun god with Greek roots
NaraHindu/ Puranic/ EpicMinor incarnation of the god of Visnu
Krttika[s]Hindu/ Puranic/ EpicMinor malevolent goddess/ es
WachiltCelticMinor sea goddess
OkeanidesGreek/ RomanMinor sea goddesses There were assigned to guard ship motions by the larger gods & invoked by seafarers, others say that they are river gods
TritonsRomanMinor sea gods
MabonCelticMinor sun god who also ironically represses. & of freedom, harmony & unity
GallaMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaMinor underworld gods
CarneBritain/ CornwallMost likely another version of Herne
AccasbelIrishMost likely was an early god of wine or mead
MargawseWales/ BritainMother - an aspect of the goddess
Guamaonocon Antilles Mother Earth
Hsi Wang MuChinaMother goddess of the Western Paradise & female energy
Joda mateLatviaMother of the evil one
LiluriSyriaMountain goddesses who accepted a bull for a sacrifice
GansApache/ SW USAMountain spirits
TuonetarFinlandName referring to both the mistress and the daughter of Tuoni.
AssurBabylon/ AkkadiaNational deity of Assyria
ElbenGermanicNature spirits
AbaasyYakut/ SiberiaNetherworld beings
ToumouEgyptNo one really knows what this god did
PanaoKafir/ AfghanistanNot only a creator god but A generic title for deities controlling the natural world, they lived in the mountains
Anshur/ Ashur/ AsshurAssyriaNot only be goddess of the sun, but it was the that killed the dragon of chaos during creation
Ku'urkilChukchee/ SiberiaNot only god, but a powerful Shannon & the first man
KusagBabylonNot only is he this patron god of priest, he is the high priest of the gods
Tatevali HuicholMexicoNot only the deity of life & health, the tutelary god of shamans, he is the god of fire
Qa'wadliliquala Dza'wadeenoxBC CanadaNot only the Supreme God, but the guardian of the tribe as well as a river deity that insurers the salmon run
DryadsGreekNymphs of the trees & woods
IlamatecuhtliAztecOld mother goddess
AtroposGreekOldest of the Fates
Ard GreimmeIrish/ ScotlandOnce a sun god
Tezcatlipoca-IztlacoliuhquiAztecOne of four temple deities
AlectoGreekOne of goddesses of vengeance
Izanagi/ Izanagi No KamiJapan/ ShintoOne of the 17 creator gods & the male primeval god
Macha[s]IrishOne of the aspects of the triple Morrigu, also a goddess of fertility, festival &, sports & war
MiyatanzipaHittiteOne of the deities who awaited the return of Telipinu
IstustayaHittiteOne of the deities who awaited the return of Telipinus
PapayaHittiteOne of the deities who awaited the return of Telipinus
NergalAssyrian/ BabylonianOne of the divinities who ruled the netherworld, a goddess of war & death
Shang Kuo-LaoChina/ TaoistOne of the eight immortal beings
He Xian-KuChina/ TaoistOne of the eight immortals, she achieved immortality through her exemplary life
Lan Cai-heChinaOne of the eight immortals, sometimes a boy, sometimes a girl
LachesisGreekOne of the fates
NagakumaraJainOne of the group the gods with the title of bhvanavasi that were associated with rain & thunder
EunomiaGreekOne of the Horae & goddess of order
Inghean/ Crobh/ Dearg BhuidheIrishOne of the isters who made up a triple goddess & goddess of summer
Kamo-Wake-IkazuchiJapan/ ShintoOne of the many rain gods
CrionisGreekOne of the many river gods
CoventinaScotlandOne of the most potent of the Celtic river gods
MelpomeneGreekOne of the Muses , to be exact, the Muse of tragedy
AtlaoninAztecOne of the names of the mother goddess
XanthoGreekOne of the Nereides
GalateaGreekOne of the Neriedes
Chirakan IxmucaneMayaOne of the new goddess formed by the 4 gods that made the world
ZeuxippeGreekOne of the Oceanides
ElaisGreekOne of the Oenotropae
SpermoGreekOne of the Oenotropae
MetisGreekOne of the of the oceanides, a goddess of justice & wisdom
HaurvatatZoroasterOne of the spirits, it is associated with life after death
Eriu/ Erin/ Eire IrishOne of the three queens of the Tuatha De Danann & a fertility goddess
Angus Mac OgIrishOne of the Tuatha De Danaan
Alatangana KonoE. Guinea/ W. AfricaOne of the two creator deities, this god created land from swamp
BuriNordicOne of two primordial beings
OsirisEgypt/ AfricaOriginally a chthonic grain god of fertility, burial rites & supreme god was worshipped from Ca. 3000 BCE-400 CE
LempoFinlandOriginally a fertility spirit, became synonymous with demon in the Christian era.
ShoneyScotland/ Irish/ ManxOriginally a single god of the North Sea
BanbaIrishPart of a triad with Fotia & Eriu & as well as an earth goddess
MulloBritain/ RomanPatron deity of teamsters & associated with Mars
SinIrishPatron goddess of warriors
AbukDinkaPatron goddess of women & gardens
Dian-CechtIrishPhysician magician of the Tuatha Dian Cecht
DiancechtIrishPhysician magician of the Tuatha Dian Cecht
AsvinsHindu/ VedicPhysician twin gods
ElohimSemitic Godsplural (various)
AkeruEgyptPluralistic earth gods
TePoPolynesian personification of the primordial night being which existed in the chaos prior to light
EloaiGnostic Christianprimordial been
ArchonsGnostic ChristianPrimordial creator gods
AddancWalesPrimordial giant/ god
ApsarasHindu/ VedicProtective deities of gamblers & Water spirits
Amagandar/ OrokannarTungus/ SiberiaProtective female spirits
CaireenIrishProtective mother goddess
Davas/ Daevas/ Devas/ DevsPersiaRather malevolent spirits
Age FonBenin/ W. AfricaRevered by hunters he is the god of animals
BereguniSlavicRiver nymphs accused of stealing newborn children
FlidaisIrishRuler of wild beasts of the forests\woodlands
Alako/ DundraNorway/ GypsySent to the earth as a human to reveal the secret laws & a band of lore of the the gypsies, he stayed over in a the moon
Paiowa/ Yana PiauteW. USAShe & her daughter created the first people
PanaInuitShe cares for the souls of the dead
TezcacoacAztecShe is a birth goddess
CaloungerBrazilShe is a death goddess and/ or a sea goddess
AmasagnulBabylon/ AkkadiaShe is a fertility goddess
RajamatangiHinduShe is a goddess
ItzpapalotlAztecShe is a goddess of agriculture
Kichijo TenJapanShe is a goddess of good fortune & beauty
CihuacoatlAztecShe is a goddess whose roaring signaled war
LamiaGreeceShe is a vampire type spirit who stole small children and sucked people's blood, currently accepted in modern Greece
RagnoHopiShe is associated with the creation of life
AntuBabylon/ AkkadiaShe is derived from the older Sumeria Ki
EibhirIrish/ ManxShe is most likely a forgotten sun goddess
Mahaskti/ Mahesvari/ Mahakali/ Mahalkakshmi/ MahasarasavatiIndiaShe is not only in the divine mother, goddess of war, passion, & wisdom but she is the Supreme creator of the universe
EriskegalAllatu/ BabylonShe is one of the divinities who ruled the netherworld
YemonjaNigerian/ YorubaShe is one of the great goddesses
NemainIrishShe is one of the triune crone goddesses of battle
Baalat/ Ba'AlatPhoeniciaShe is queen of the gods who is partial to books, libraries & writers
MamaldiAmur/ SiberiaShe is the co-creator of earth but she was killed by her husband for creating Asia, for spite she created souls for at the magicians he built
TonacatecuhtliAztecShe is the creator & provider of food
AbeonaRomanShe is the goddess guardian of children leaving home to go on their own
Mezamat/ MezamateLatviaShe is the goddess of all forests
HoldaGermanShe is the goddess of beauty & love
LakshimiIndianShe is the goddess of beauty & wealth, but very fickle & claims no god can sustain her for very long
AkhushtalMayaShe is the goddess of childbirth
IrsirraHurriteShe is the goddess of fate
Jori-ToremVogulShe is the goddess of foreman who supervised Num's work
ChicomecoatlAztecShe is the goddess of grain, fertility & frost
ChanticoAztecShe is the goddess of hearth fires & volcanoes.
Kamrusepa[s]/ Katahziwuri HittiteShe is the goddess of magic and healing
Kamrusepas/ KatahziwuriHittiteShe is the goddess of magic and healing
Ini HeretEgyptShe is the goddess of mediators, diplomats, statesman's & other professional liars
MnemosyneGreekShe is the goddess of memory
LetheGreekShe is the goddess of oblivion
IdaHinduShe is the goddess of prayer & devotion that was a man that turned into a woman, really
IxtabMayaShe is the goddess of the hanged & suicides
Ixchel/ Ix ChelMayaShe is the goddess of the moon
SinaSamoaShe is the moon goddess
AgweBenin/ AfricaShe is the mother of the sea
MnemeGreekShe is the Muse of memory
Tate Hautse HuicholMexicoShe is the rain & water goddess, additionally responsible for mist & fog
HedetetEgyptShe is the scorpion goddess found in the Book of the dead
Mahu FonAfricaShe is the supreme goddess of the earth as well as a goddess of the moon & fertility
Lalita Tripurasundai TantricIndiaShe is the symbol of cosmic energy & of the secret ruler of the world
CandeliferaRomanShe Roman is a mother goddess responsible for bringing in the child into the light
Kerridwen Celtic ?She stands accused of being a goddess of inspiration & knowledge
Ipet/ IpiEgyptShe started life as a hippopotamus goddess
A-aMespoptomia/ Babylon/ Akkadia/ W. SemiticShe was a sun goddess
Khosaadam YeniseiSiberiaShe was driven out of heaven to become an eater of souls
Sheela[Sheila] Na GigIrishShe was most likely a protective or blessing deity
Queen Maeve/ Medb/ Medhbh/ MadbIrishShe was once a powerful goddess
Ishtar/ InannaBabyloniaShe was the goddess of sexuality & of love and war
MalIrishShe was the goddess who ruled the hag's headland
Geezhigo QuaeOjibiwaShe was the sky mother
HestiaGreekShe was the virgin goddess of the hearth, family, & peace prosperity, stability & community
DevasIndiaSome gods at perpetual war with the demons
MusesGreekSome mountain goddesses
Pwyll/ Pwyll Pen AnnwnWalesSometimes the ruler of the underworld
AshvinsHinduSons of the sun
LoaPuerto Rico/ HaitiSpirit beings that were imported by Africa slaves
LuonnotarFinlandSpirit of nature, feminine creator.
PiruFinlandSpirit, demon. Probably later loan word related to "spirit".
Marutgana/ MarutsHindu/ VedicStorm gods
Mantchu MuchanguAfricaStrange but by teaching humans how to make clothes & covering their bodies he ended up being the god of dressmakers
Katavul TamilS. India/ Sri LankaSuch a supreme god that he was the ultimate creator all that exists in the world & able to judge humanity & to reward or punish at well
NyankoponAshantiSun god
DanuGreekThe Aegean mother goddess
BachuChibchaThe ancestor goddess
AraratAnatoliaThe ancient creator goddess
AsraelIslamThe angel of death who takes the soul from the body.
IsrafilIslamThe angel that blows of the trumpet of doom at the last call for of the universe
IlazkiBasqueThe apotheosis of the moon in a feminine form
TanaraYakut/ SiberiaThe apotheosis of the sky, a sky spirit
SothisEgypt HellenicThe astral goddess that heralds Arias of the Nile
EnnugiMesopotamiaThe attendant & throne bearer god
Hez-urEgyptThe baboon god, considered to be a form of Thot
CamozotzMayaThe bat god
Nanook/ NanuqInuitThe bear god
AustejaLithuaniaThe bee goddess
MeiboiaGreekThe bee goddess
Ah MuzecabMayaThe bee gods
HatdastsisiNavahoThe benevolent male spirit that helps cure disease
Kemwer/ KemurEgyptThe Black Bull the venerated at Athribis
AnnisCelticThe black goddess
KabeiroiGreekThe blacksmith gods
LoviatarFinlandThe blind daughter of Tuoni and the mother of Nine diseases.
Hoder/ HodurNordicThe blind god
ChibiabosAlgonquinThe brother of Nanabush
TillaHittite/ HurrianThe bull god
BeruBrazilThe butterfly demon who appears at the female puberty rites
Kud KoreaThe Caca and in embodiment of the evil principal that abound in the world
PatolloBalticThe chief & war god
Akuj AkujAfricaThe chief deity
IstenHungaryThe chief deity
KunitokotatchiJapan/ ShintoThe chief deity
AshurAssyriaThe chief deity of war & fertility
KabandhaIndiaThe chief demon and the epic of the Ramayana
ImanaBanyarwanda/ Burundi/ E. AfricaThe chief god
JulanaJumuThe chief god
KhonuumPygmies/ AfricaThe chief god
AncetaKamos Moab (Jordan)The chief god that when Hellenized became equated with Ares
Io/ KhioNew ZealandThe chief god who appears to be known only to the nobility & the priests
KubabaAnatolia/ SyriaThe chief goddess of the Neo Hittites
HastehoganNavahoThe chief male spirit of the house
AbaddonHebrew/ ChristianThe chief of the demons of the 7th hierarchy
EblisIslamThe chief of the evil spirits
HastebaadNavahoThe chief of the female spirits
ZababaKishThe chief of the gods
IskurMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ IraqThe chief rain & thunder god
Arsan DuolaiYakut/ SiberiaThe chief spirit of the underworld
AnathPhoeniciaThe chief W. Semitic goddess of love & war
YeitsoNavahoThe child of the sun, a giant in Navaho legend
KatsinasAcomaThe children of Iatiku who could bring rain & food
Tar TivNigeriaThe chthonic earth god
HekateGreekThe chthonic goddess of the moon & pathways as well as nocturnal evil
StyxGreekThe chthonic goddess of the River Styx
MictecachiuatlAztecThe chthonic underworld god, one of two
NegafokInuitThe cold weather spirit
BhumiBuddhist/ VajrayanaThe collective name for a group of deities
Ba XianChina/ TaoThe collective name for gods
Tuatha De DananmnIrishThe collective name for the final pantheon
TrayasrinsaHindu/ VedicThe collective name for the group of Deva gods
EkadasarudaHinduThe collective name for the group of gods[ 11 ] the are forms of the god Rudra
IgigiMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaThe collective name for the group of younger sky gods
SebittiMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadianThe collective name for the minor war gods
TrimurtiHinduThe collective name of the major triad
Mi lo FoChinaThe coming Buddha
HisakitaimisiCreekThe controller of life
Pitao Cozobi ZapotecMexicoThe corn god
Sekhet-HorEgyptThe cow goddess of lower Egypt
RukkoMandanThe creator
Cagn Mantis/ KalahariAfricaThe creator
KaroraArandanThe creator
Ketq SkwayeHuronThe creator
Nanabush/ Manabozho/ Wisaaka/ Glooscap AlgonquinThe creator & good spirit
Gluskap/ GlooscapAlgonquinThe creator force
Dyaus PitarHindu/ Vedic/ IndiaThe creator god
IlCanaan/ Lebanon/ SyriaThe creator god
Kumokums ModocS. Oregon USAThe creator god
Mungu/ MulunguSwahali/ E.AfricaThe creator god
Nazambi/ Nyambi/ Nzambe/ Yambe/ Zambi BakongoZaireThe creator god
NgaiKikuyu/ Masai E. AfricaThe creator god
GuluDinkaThe creator god
KolpiaPhoeniciaThe creator god
Manohel-TohelMayaThe creator god
Mbomba Mongo/ NkundoZaireThe creator god
Vahguru SikhIndiaThe creator god
Vairacocha/ Huiracocha/ ViracpochaIncaThe creator god
SamaelGnostic ChristianThe creator god aka the blind god
Mkulumncandi SwaziSwazilandThe creator god known as the great first one
KwothNuer/ SudanThe creator god not
Tsunigoab KhoiNamibiaThe creator god of that walks with a limp & was invoked at dawn each day
Suku OvimbunduCent. AfricaThe creator god sky at, the rivers, people, & mountains
Ataa Naa Nyongmo GanGhanaThe creator god that controls the sun & the rain, call causes disasters as epidemics & and earthquakes if you don't follow his rules
Mula Djadi Tobak/ BatakSumatrathe creator god that created everything & lives in the highest of all seven heavens
TikiPolynesiaThe creator god that created mankind
Nazapa NgbandiZaireThe creator god that is invoked at the sunrise
Aondo TivNigeriaThe creator god that lives in the sky
TonatiuhAztecThe creator god that presides over the fifth world
Agu'guxAleut[USA]The creator god that was claimed to be the Christian god under Russian Orthodox priests
PrthuHindu/ VedicThe creator god that was the head of the solar pantheon, an avatar of Visnu
AmmaDogon/ MaliThe creator god with a novel story
KhadauAmur/ SiberiaThe creator god, neat story
QuiahuitlAztecThe creator god/ sun deity of the third of the five world ages
Aebhel AfekanMelanesia/ New GuineaThe creator goddess
AfekanMelanesia/ New GuineaThe creator goddess
BaauPhoeniciaThe creator goddess
Quootis HooiChinookThe creator goddess
Qamai'ts/ Sisnaaxil/ Ek Yakimtolsil Bella Coola/ BC CanadaThe creator goddess that lives in the upper heavens & controls the earth, she is never prayed to
KokyanHopi/ SW USAThe creator goddess; she created humans, plants, & animals
MaheoCheyenne/ USAThe creator manitou that lived in the void & created the primordial water of life
Juok andBunziThe creator of all men
Kalunga NdongaS. AfricaThe creator of all things
ConirayaQuechaThe creator of all things & founder of agriculture
CholmusSiberiaThe creator of animals
Zeme MateLatviaThe creator of earth
Au CoVietnameseThe creator of humanity
Ananse AshantiAfricaThe creator of the sun, stars, day, moon & night who often intercedes between gods & mortals
Tenanto'mwanKoryak/ S. SiberiaThe creator spirit
TeharonhiawagonMohawkThe creator spirit
Tenato'mniChukchee/ E. SiberiaThe creator spirit
Hachacyum/ NohochacyumMayaThe creator the world who was helped by three other gods
Na Pe'/ Na Pe'/ Old Man Blackfoot/ W. USA/ CanadaThe creator who was not a very nice entity, rather human in his actions
Nzame/ Nzame Nkwa BantuThe creator, who was really three in one
AbiraAntioquiaThe creator.
Kumarbi[s]Hittite/ HurrianThe creator/ father of the gods
SobekEgyptThe crocodile god
Nayakaya ShillukSudanthe crocodile goddess that reside in the Nile, Shillukscontinue to sacrifice to her
Morrigu/ Morrigan/ Morrighan/ Morgan/ Badb/ NemainIrish/ Wales/ BritainThe Crone aspect of the goddesses who were a trinity responsible for war & ghosts
AjaBabylonianThe dawn goddess
MariBuddhistThe deification of literature
Ma Kiela BakongoZaireThe deified head of a band of mortal women
Karuilers siunesSyriaThe deities that were taken over by the Hittites in as gods of all oaths
NinurtaSumeriaThe deity in charge of the violent and destructive south wind
DiviriksLithuaniaThe deity of the rainbow
RavanaHinduThe demon King of Lanka who abducted Sita
ApophisEgyptThe demon of darkness
Ke'letsChukchee/ SiberiaThe demon of death
MetatronJewishThe demon/ angel of countenance & custodian of strength, OK
IdlirvirisongInuitThe demonic cousin of the sun
DaityasIndiaThe demonic enemies of the gods
Wahini HalPolynesianThe demonic mother figure
Mephistopheles/ MephistoChristianThe devil as found in the literature for magic & necromancy from the middle ages
PerkeleFinlandThe Devil. Originally Perkele was not the Devil but a god of thunder and can be seen as an earlier form of Ukko. Related to Baltic Perkunas and Norse Thor.
AdityasHinduThe divine sons of Aditi, Varuna Aditya, Indra, Mitra, Rudra, Tvashtar & Vishnu
AtmaIndiaThe divine spark, whatever that is, in humans
RyujinJapan/ ShintoThe dragon god that controls of thunder & rain
Balder/ BaldrNordicThe dying god, aslo god of poetry
Mat/ Zemlya SyraSlavonicThe earth goddess
Altan TelgeyMongolThe earth goddess
Audjal CarolineIslandsThe earth goddess
ElihinoCherokeeThe earth goddess
NakaweHucholThe earth goddess
Gaea/ Gaia/ GeGreekThe earth goddess & first born of chaos
LurBasqueThe earth goddess & mother of the sun as well as at the moon
CotysPhrygianThe earth goddess who presided over debauchery
Touia Fatuna Tonga/ PolynesiaThe earth goddess, the deification of the rock deep in the earth that rumbles & gives birth to new land
ErceCelticThe earth mother & harvest goddess
DamkinaSumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaThe earth mother goddess
OgdoadEgyptThe eight primordial elements of chaos, they exist prior to the creation of the sun god & known in Middle Egypt
Maha-GanapatiHindu/ PuranicThe elephant god, this time with 10 arms
Tawiscara/ Taweskare/ TawiskaroIroquoisThe evil twin brother of Loskeha
EnkimduSumeriaThe farmer god of canals & ditches
Ngunuwo Ewe/ TogoThe fates
DanusGreekThe father of the Danaids, 50 beautiful women
NäkkiFinlandThe fearsome spirit of pools, wells and bridges. Same as Nix.
YebaadNavahoThe female leader of the gods
UnkLakotaThe female Manitou ancestor of all evil beings
HastseoltoiNavahoThe female spirit of hunting
TsichtinakoAcomaThe female spirit of the creation myth
Tecei'vune/ Tne'sqan/ Mratna'igrin/ Lietna'igrin/ Na'chitna'igrinChukchee/ SE SiberiaThe female spirit of the dawn
ZipaltonalNicaraguaThe female spirit that is the creator of all earth
TonachacihuatlAztecThe feminine primordial deity
Ve'aiKoryak/ S. SiberiaThe feminine vegetation spirit & personification of the grasslands
Hatmehyt/ HatmehitEgyptThe fertility & guardian goddess of fish & fisherman
MardukBabylon/ MesopotamiaThe fertility god , the lord of all the gods
SulmanituW. SemiticThe fertility goddess concerned with love & war
MyrrahPhoneciaThe fertility goddess that whelped Kinnur
Nin-ImmaMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianThe fertility goddess who is the deification of the female sex organs
AmogahasiddhiBuddhistThe fifth meditation Buddha
Svarazic/ Svarozic/ SvarogichSlavicThe fire god
TcolawitzeHopiThe fire spirit
DyaushIndiaThe first supreme god
Behanzin FonBeninThe fish god
DhyaniBuddhasThe five meditating Buddhas that came from the primeval Buddha
Quinkini A'quKoryak/ SiberiaThe founder of the world
AmitabhaBuddhist/ IndiaThe fourth Dhyanibuddha
AguaraTunpa/ ChiriguanoThe fox god who gave the carob tree to the people
Oxlahun Ti KuMayaThe generic name for the 13 sky gods who may well be worshipped today
Ta-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoThe generic name of several gods & harvest
AbhiyogaJain/ IndiaThe generic name of the servile gods
VidyadeviJain/ IndiaThe generic title for a group of 16 goddesses that are associated with knowledge & learning
VaimanikaJain/ IndiaThe generic title for a group of deities
VidyesvaraHinduThe generic title for the eight emancipated beings that are aspects of Siva
ProxumaeRoman/ CelticThe generic title of a group of goddesses that were personal guardian deities
Tien Tsun/ Tian-zhuChina/ TaoistThe generic title of gods given to each of the three holy images in a Taoist temple
SaptanatraHindu/ Puranic/ EpicThe generic title of the seven deities of evil influence
Sumiyoshi-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoThe genetic name of the sea gods that are guardians of seafarers[3]
BritanniaBritishThe genia Lor of Britain
Ianagi & IzanamiJapanThe god & goddess that created Japan
AnzetyEgyptThe god & King of Busiris
Keyeme TaulipsangS. AmericaThe god & lord of the animals
Milom/ Milcom AmoriteW. SemiticThe god mentioned in 1 King 11:5 worshipped by King Solomon
MonosGreekThe god of pain & sarcasm
TelipinuHittiteThe god of agriculture
RongommatanePolynesiaThe god of agriculture, especially the sweet potato
EnlilSumeriaThe god of air and weather
Ammon/ AmenEgyptThe god of air, wind, sun, reincarnation, war
AtarIranThe god of all fire
Tewi'xlak Dza'wadeenoxBC CanadaThe god of all goat hunters
PasupatiHinduThe god of animals
Arawn/ Arawyn/ Arrawn/ ArawenWalesThe god of Annwn ruled the underground
MushdamaMesopotamiaThe god of architecture
FagusGaul/ PyreneanThe god of beech trees
Baile of the Honeyed SpeechIrishThe god of Blarney
BuxenusGaulThe god of box trees
KabtaMesopotamia/ SumeriaThe god of bricks
Taoki-Ho-Oi-No-Kami/ Hiko-Sashiri-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoThe God of carpenters
Nin-IlduMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadianThe god of carpenters who is a minor tutelary deity
LaharBabylon/ SumeriaThe god of cattle
ShegerCanaanThe god of cattle
ArazuBabylonThe god of construction that was completed
Kothar u KhasisCanaanThe god of crafts
Pekko (or Pellon Pekko)FinlandThe god of crops, especially barley and brewing.
AuilixMayaThe god of dawn
Tokakami HuicholMexicoThe god of death
Itonde Mongo/ Nkuando Zairethe god of death & hunters
Baron SamediHaiti/ VodunThe god of death magic & the underworld
Ogiuwu EdoBeninThe god of death that owns the blood all living things
Tia/ Ta'xet Haida/ BC Canadathe god of death, by violence
Dagda/ Daghdha/ Eochaidh/ OllathairIrishThe god of death, rebirth & long life
MandanuBabylonia/ AkkadiaThe god of divine judgment
Ometecuhtli/ Olin-TonatiuhAztec/ ToltecThe god of duality & a supreme deity
ShalimCanaanThe god of dusk & of warriors
Nai No KamiJapanThe god of earthquakes
CapakanMayaThe god of earthquakes & mountains
ElagabulGreekThe God of Emesa[Syria]
ChibchacumChibchaThe god of farmers and merchants
ÄkräsFinlandThe god of fertility and the protector of plants, especially the turnip.
Xiuhtecuhtli/ Otontecuhtli/ HuehueteotlAztecThe god of fire
HuehueteotlAztecThe god of fire
GerraMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadiaThe god of fire who was the Sumeria god Gibil
BagishiKafir/ AfghanistanThe god of flood waters & posterity
XochipiliAztecThe god of flowers, sport, love, games, feasting, maize & pleasure
DilmunSumeriaThe god of fresh water
EkkekkoQuechaThe god of good fortune
HahgwehdiyuIroquoisThe god of goodness
Hsuan Wen huaChinaThe god of hair
BelobogBelun/ SlavicThe god of happiness, luck, & order
Pellervo (or Sampsa Pellervoinen)FinlandThe god of harvest.
EshmunCanaanThe god of healing
AskelpiosGreekThe god of healing & physicians
Lubanga BuynyoproUgandaThe god of health
AusaitisLithuaniaThe god of health
IthmCanaanThe god of herds, usually sheep
KusMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianThe god of herdsmen
Borvo/ Bromo/ Bormanus/ Gramnnos/ Belenos/ ToutiorixBritain/ GaulThe god of hot springs who replaced his mother Sirona
Picvu'cinChukchee/ E. SiberiaThe god of hunters that rides around on a sled drawn by mice
NyyrikkiFinlandThe god of hunting, son of Tapio.
Mu GongChina/ TaoistThe god of immortality
BrihaspatiIndiaThe god of incantation & ritual
ZurvanPersiaThe god of infinite time
Tama-No-YaJapan/ ShintoThe god of jewelers
Kamado No KamiJapan/ ShintoThe god of kitchen stoves
Oki-Tsu-Hiko-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoThe god of kitchens
EnmesarraMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaThe god of law
HendursagaMesopotamia/ Babylon/ Sumeria/ AkkadiaThe god of law
YimaPersiaThe god of light
NuskuMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaThe god of light & fire
Ningis Zi DaMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianThe god of light coming from harassing & tutelary god ofGudea[Lagas]
Hadad/ ElCanaan/ SemiteThe god of lightning, thunder & storms
Nan chi Hsien wengChinaThe god of longevity
Sors Roman the God of luck
MeniPhoeniciaThe god of luck, both good & bad
CinteotlNahuThe god of Maize
Gekka OJapanThe god of marriage
XpiyacocMayaThe god of marriage
YiacatechutliMexicoThe god of merchants
Honus/ HonosRomanThe god of military honors
HorkosGreekThe god of oaths
AnterosEtruscanThe god of passion
LothurNordic/ IcelandicThe god of physical senses
Resheph/ Mikal/ MekalPhoeniciaThe god of plague & of the underworld
Hani-Yasu-HikoJapan/ ShintoThe god of potters
Kama-GamiJapan/ ShintoThe god of potters
Hsiao WuChinaThe god of prisons
Ayt'arSlavicThe god of procreation
IshkurMesopotamiaThe god of rain
Domfe KurumbaAfricaThe god of rain & wind
HypnosGreekThe god of rest and/ or sleep
AnterosGreekThe god of returned love
Jen AnChinaThe god of robbers
UkupanipoHawaiiThe god of sharks
HarpocratesGreekThe god of silence & secrecy
Hsi Ling suChinaThe god of silk
Ama-Tsu-MaraJapan/ ShintoThe god of smiths
Ah CilizMayaThe god of solar eclipses
Nomi-No-SukuneJapan/ ShintoThe god of sumo wrestlers
Aizen-MyooJapanThe god of tavern keepers, musicians, singers, prostitutes & love
Lo YuChinaThe god of tea
NeboAssyriaThe god of teaching, writing & wisdom and in
DeimosGreekThe god of terror & panic
Chang Tao LingChan/ TaoistThe god of the afterlife & head of the heavenly Ministry of exorcism
VayuHindu/ VedicThe god of the air & wind
Herovet/ JarovitSlavicThe god of the army
SarSyriaThe god of the dawn
Fe'ePolynesiaThe god of the dead
MotPhoeniciaThe god of the dead and of all the powers that opposed life
EurosGreek/ RomanThe god of the east winds
SalimSyriaThe god of the evening
Ming ShangChinaThe god of the eyes
SisyphosCorinthianThe god of the faded sun
TapioFinlandThe god of the forest.
BelogobSlavicThe god of the living
IgalukInuitThe god of the moon
HarachteEgyptThe god of the morning sun
DoudounNubiaThe god of the Nile cataracts
RapithwinPersiaThe god of the noon day heat
BoreasGreekThe god of the North wind
OkeanosGreekThe god of the oceans
MacCechtIrishThe god of the plough for the Tuatha De Danann
Hacha'kyumMaya/ LacandonThe god of the real people
TiberinusRomanThe god of the river Tiber
Kianda KimbunduAngolaThe god of the sea & fish
ZeusGreekThe god of the sky & ruler of the Olympian gods
Ukko ("old man")FinlandThe god of the sky and thunder, related to Thor (Estonian Taara).
HananimKoreaThe god of the sky, a supreme god, he moves stars, rewards good & punishes evil
MelwasCornwallThe god of the summerland [the otherworld] Meleagant
TsohanoaiNavahoThe god of the sun
UitzilopchtliAztecThe god of the sun
TeutatesCelticThe god of the tribe
EndukuggaSumeriaThe god of the Underworld
PlutoRomanThe god of the underworld
AnSumeriaThe god of the Underworld & chief deity
Rati mbati nduaFijiThe god of the underworld who devours the dead
ZephyrusGreekThe god of the west wind
AquiloRomanThe god of the west winds
CorusRomanThe god of the wind
Tamats Palike Tamoyeke HuicholMexicothe god of the wind & of air who was also a messenger of the gods, for an encore, put world into its present form & shape
Haya-JiJapan/ ShintoThe God of the winds
PavaHinduThe god of the winds
MangalubulanBatakThe god of thieves.
GorAfricaThe god of thunder
Asgaya GigageiCherokeeThe god of thunder
HafozaJateThe god of thunder & lightning
Perkunas the god of thunder & yes this is Perkons in a different nation
Zu/ ImdugudAssyriaThe god of thunder and storms
AheramenmthoouEgyptThe god of thunder, night, storms, wind, landslides & tidal waves
DagonMesopotamiaThe god of vegetation
Verethragna Persia IranThe god of victory, he is perceived to be present in the wind
GishKafir/ AfghanistanThe god of war
Kibuka BugandaUgandathe god of war
Muhingo BunyoroUgandaThe god of war
TobadzistsiniNavahoThe god of war
ZabaHurriteThe god of war
WepwawetEgyptThe god of war & of the funerary cult
Mes Lam TaeaMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianThe god of war but thought to be an aggressive aspect of the chthonic underworld god Nergal
CaishenChinaThe god of wealth
Mi-Wi-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoThe God of wells [1 of 3]
AdadBabylonian/ MesopotamiaThe god of wind, storm, flood & rain
Nong/ ZuzumKafir/ AfghanistanThe god of winter & cold weather that lives in a glacier, he does not like women
A'asHittite/ HurrianThe god of wisdom
Ori Yoruba/ NigeriaThe god of wisdom
IfaYorubaThe god of wisdom, knowledge & divining
Ea/ EnkiBabylon/ MesopotamiaThe god of wisdom, spells, incantations, & the seas
Lupercus Roman the God of wolves, whose festival the Lupercalia is on February 15th
AetherGreekThe god representing pure air & light
Kuku-Toshi-No-KamiJapanThe god responsible for a harvest of full grown rice, his shrines are often served by Buddhist priests
Ah MunMayaThe god responsible for protecting the green maize
Tsa'qamae Qwe'gsotenoxBC Canadathe god that controls salmon migration
DohitMoseteneThe god that created the first human from clay
Kuku-Ki-Waka-Murpo-Tsuna-Ne-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoThe god that guards the home & its environs
SumbharajaBuddhistThe god that is the guardian of the downward direction
Batara GuruIndonesiaThe god that made the earth
Opo AkanGhanaThe god the ocean & inland lakes & rivers
Munume BunyoroUgandaThe god Weather
FinweighBilanThe god who made man.
Fudo MyooBuddhismThe god who protects against catastrophes
Jagganath/ JuggernautHinduThe god whose name means Lord of the World
BukuW. AfricaThe god/ goddess of the sky
AdikiaGreekThe goddess both injustice who is rather hard on the eyes
CandiIndiaThe goddess Durga in her moon form
MahakaliJain/ IndiaThe goddess learning
JyeshthaHinduThe goddess of bad luck
Korrawi TamilIndia/ Sri Lankathe goddess of battle & victory
HesatEgyptThe goddess of birth & a minor guardian of pregnant & nursing mothers
HilaeiraGreekThe goddess of brightness
An ZuAssyriaThe goddess of chaos
TiamatMesopotamiaThe goddess of chaos in the creation myth
XmucaneMayaThe goddess of childbirth
AyaMesopotamiaThe goddess of dawn & war
Marishi TenJapanThe goddess of dawn & warriors
PäivätärFinlandThe goddess of day.
ApateGreekThe goddess of deceit
AtlacoyaAztec/ MexicoThe goddess of drought
BaChinaThe goddess of drought
PaCanaanThe goddess of droughts
AtuganMongoliaThe goddess of earth & the source of all life whose power is beyond understanding but can be bestowed
Benzi-Ten/ Benten/ Benzai-TennoJapanThe goddess of eloquence, language, arts, fortune, water, & knowledge
HesperosGreekThe goddess of evening
DutturSumeriaThe goddess of ewes
QadshuSyriaThe goddess of fertility
Athtart/ AstarteCanaanThe goddess of fertility & sex
Avrikiti FonBeninThe goddess of fisherman
EunostosGreekThe goddess of flour mills
BiaGreekThe goddess of force [& no, it does not stand for the bureau of idiotic affairs]
ProvidentiaRomanThe goddess of forethought
As avaRussiaThe goddess of fresh water
DazimusSumeriaThe goddess of healing
Kaya Nu HimaJapanThe goddess of herbs
Spes Roman the goddess of hope, associated with gardens
Zonget KhantySiberiaThe goddess of hunting
KadiAssyriaThe goddess of justice
Oki-Tsu-Hime-No-KamiShinto/ JapanThe goddess of kitchens
Hine-Ata-UiraPolynesia/ MaoriThe goddess of light
YhiKarraurThe goddess of light & creator goddess
ImazumaJapan/ ShintoThe goddess of lightning
IgnirtoqInuitThe goddess of lightning
AlalahePolynesiaThe goddess of love
Ca the aMojaveThe goddess of love
QeteshEgyptThe goddess of love & beauty
InnanaSumeriaThe goddess of love, procreation, and war
UnxiaRomanThe goddess of marriage that anointed the bridegroom's door
Guan Yin/ GuanyinChineseThe goddess of mercy
Teteoinnan-TociAztecThe goddess of midwives
Kishi Mojin/ Kishimo JinJapan/ BuddhismThe goddess of motherhood
TonantzinAztecThe goddess of motherhood
AtalacamaniAztec/ MexicoThe goddess of ocean storms
TeteoinnanAztecThe goddess of of healers & Medical diviners
GerasGreekThe goddess of old age
SenectaGreekThe goddess of old age
Lomo NgbandiZairethe goddess of peace, invoked at sunrise every day
Hami-Yasu-HimeShinto/ JapanThe goddess of potters
EschetewuarahaChamacocoThe goddess of rain
AhuraniPersiaThe goddess of rain and water
PoenaGreekThe goddess of retaliation & retribution
RitonaRoman/ CelticThe goddess of river fords
MamlamboZulu/ S. AfricaThe goddess of rivers
ThetisGreekThe goddess of rivers & oceans
BukNeur/ SudanThe goddess of rivers & streams
Ardvi Sura Anahita/ AnahitaPersiaThe goddess of rivers & water
SirturMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianThe goddess of sheep
AusetEgyptThe goddess of Sirius
ManasaHinduThe goddess of snakes who grants fertility to sterile moral females
KlothoGreekThe goddess of spinning
Ma KuChinaThe goddess of springtime
Candit Sudan The goddess of streams
CanditSudanThe goddess of streams
HiribiCanaanThe goddess of summer
ToziAztecThe goddess of sweat baths
BhairaviHinduThe goddess of terror
MesenetEgyptThe goddess of the birth tile
AbnonaGaulThe goddess of the Black Forest
AustrineLithuania/ BalticThe goddess of the dawn
NepthysEgyptThe goddess of the dead
YemayaImanje/ CaribbeanThe goddess of the deep sea
HerseGreekThe goddess of the dew
Ninhursagaa/ NintuMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ Akkadian/ IraqThe goddess of the earth and creator of humans, fertility & productivity
UngamiliaS. PacificThe goddess of the evening star
TellervoFinlandThe goddess of the forest, daughter of Tapio and Mielikki.
NikkalCanaanThe goddess of the fruits of the earth
Mama AllpaPeruThe goddess of the harvest
AyabaDahomeanThe goddess of the hearth
Jubbu jang sangneBrazilThe goddess of the Jurema & a sacred tree
KaumudiHinduThe goddess of the light of the moon
ArianrodIrishThe goddess of the moon
AnunituBabylonThe goddess of the moon
LunaRomanThe goddess of the moon
Mama QuillaIncaThe goddess of the moon
Selene/ MeneGreekThe goddess of the moon & stars
SadarnunaSumeriaThe goddess of the new moon
SiraraMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadianThe goddess of the Persian Gulf, Enki said so
Axo MamaPeruThe goddess of the potato crops
SednaInuitThe goddess of the sea
SequanaGaulThe goddess of the Seine River
ArinnaHittiteThe goddess of the sun
Tin HauChina/ TaoistThe goddess of the waters
InarasHittiteThe goddess of the wild animals of the steppe
Veja MateLataviaThe goddess of the wind was also responsible for birds & the woodlands
ColledaKoliada/ SerbianThe goddess of the winter solstice
Mang Chin iChinaThe goddess of the womb
NinturBabylonThe goddess of the womb
Nu WaChinaThe goddess of those who arrange marriages
Alaghom Naom TzentelMayaThe goddess of thought & intellect
MamituMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadianThe goddess of treaties & oaths, as well as a judge in the underworld
EsharaChaldeaThe goddess of war & of productive fields
NantosueltaGallicThe goddess of water
Asima SiBrazilThe goddess of water & fish
AshiakleGhanaThe goddess of wealth, & of the sea
Ame-No-Tanabata-Hime-No-MikotoJapan/ ShintoThe goddess of weavers
HemantadeviBuddhist/ TibetThe goddess of winter
HeaMesopotamia/ UgaritThe goddess of wisdom
NidabaSumeriaThe goddess of writing
NissabaMesopotamia/ SumeriaThe goddess of writing & wisdom that started life as a vegetation goddess
Ua-IldakBabylon/ Mesopotamia/ AkkadianThe goddess responsible for pastures & poplar trees
Sohobo-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoThe goddess scarecrows, the apotheosis of an actual scarecrow known as a Kakashi
PadmaHinduThe goddess that is the incarnation of Laksmi
PingaInuitThe goddess that takes souls of the dead to heaven
Bugady MusunEvenki/ SiberianThe goddess that was the mother of all animals
NammuSumeriaThe goddess who gave birth to the heavens and the earth
L'etsa'aplelanaBella Coola/ PNW CanadaThe goddess who initiates the shamans
DaenaPersiaThe goddess who meets the souls of the dead
AnapelKoryak/ SiberiaThe goddess who presides over birth & reincarnation
Hettsui No KamiJapanThe goddess who protected & provided for the family
IunonesGreek/ RomanThe goddesses of femininity
DanaidsGreekThe goddesses of fountains & water
ElasiiGreekThe goddesses of healing & epilepsy
NabudiOceaniaThe goddesses of illness
Furiae/ FuriesRomanThe goddesses of justice & robbers
Horae/ HoraiGreekThe goddesses of order & the seasons, all three of them
NixiesGermanicThe goddesses of rivers
MorriganCeltic/ IrishThe goddesses of war of death & destruction from prehistoric origins
Michi-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoThe gods of passage associated with road & crossroads
TsentsaHuronThe good Creator Twin
SehuCherokeeThe grain goddess
AakuluujjusiInuitThe great creator mother
DzivaguruKorekoreThe great earth goddess
Jizo BosatsuChina/ JapanThe great protector of suffering humanity
NishanuArikaraThe great sky spirit
IlmarinenFinlandThe great smith, maker of heaven. Originally a male spirit of air.
AirsekuiHuronThe great spirit
HeammawihioCheyenneThe great spirit
Maho Peneta Mandan/ USA plainsThe great spirit
Manito/ Manitou/ ManituLapiti/ Algonquin/ Lakota/ Ojibiwa & other tribesThe Great Spirit
Ha Wen NeyuIroquoisThe great spirit.
Mugizi BunyoroUgandaThe guardian deity of Lake Albert
Na NgutuW. AfricaThe guardian deity of warriors slain in battle
Chan Hs'ienChineseThe guardian god of children that had been a mortal King
MahakalaBuddhistThe guardian god of science & tents
SopeduEgyptThe guardian god of the eastern border
Na Cha/ Li No ChaChinese/ TaoistThe guardian god that was born as a god of from human parents
SedEgyptThe guardian god that was popular as a personal deity
SecuritaRomanThe guardian goddess invoked to ensure continuing stability of the Roman Empire
TammuzHittiteThe harvest god
Mi-Toshi-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoThe harvest god of rice
ChemoshMoabThe head god
YalukMayaThe head lightning god
Kun tu bzan poTibetThe head of god in the Bon pantheon
Anu/ AnusBabylonThe head of the gods, he had an army of stars to destroy evildoers
Baal SaminCanaan/ PhoeniciaThe head of the pantheon - Lord of Heaven
Mahrem AuxmiteEthiopiaThe head of the pantheon responsible for war
EnneadEgyptThe Heliopolis pantheon as a group
Ec YeniseiSiberiaThe high god
HamedicuHuronThe High god
AndriaahoabuMadagascarThe high Lady that descends to earth on a silver chain
Devel/ DelGypsyThe highest being/ god
TaweretEgyptThe hippopotamus goddess & protective deity of childbirth
Great FatherCelticThe Horned god,the Lord
Ix Zacal NokMayanThe inventor of weaving as well as a creator goddess
IblisIslamicThe Islamic version of the Jewish/ Christian Devil
RahkoFinlandThe Karelian god of time; Rahko tars the moon describes the phases of the moon.
IdunnNordicThe keeper of the apples of immortality
Anus HurriteThe king of heaven who declared war on the father of the gods, he lost
Great MotherCelticThe Lady represents the female principle of creation
NyavireziRwanda/ C. AfricaThe lion goddess that was originally a mortal daughter of the tribal chief
GasuekoBasqueThe lord of darkness as that may prove a friendly and helpful, but he may also appear as a devil
TlauixcalpantechutliMexicoThe lord of the morning star
BlathnatIrish/ WalesThe maiden form of the triple goddess
Danu/ / Danann/ DanaIrishThe major mother goddess
PhebeleCongoThe male god who fathered man
Yeba KaNavahoThe male leader of the gods
TonacatecuhtliAztecThe male primordial deity
HastseziniNavahoThe male spirit of fire
HastseltsiNavahoThe male spirit of racing.
AndrogyneGreekThe man/ woman god/ goddess
Lalaia'ilBella CoolaThe Manitou that initiated the shaman
LouhiFinlandThe matriarch of Pohjola, hostess of the Underworld.
HermodNordicThe messenger god
Mlentengamunye SwaziSwazilandThe messenger god
CakraHinduThe mind the creator
NappatecuhtliAztecThe minor god of mat makers
DurjataBuddhist/ MahayanaThe minor goddess that waits on the god Buddhakapala
SugrivaHindu/ EpicThe monkey god
Sun Hou-Shi/ Sun Wu-KongChinaThe monkey god
MyesyatsSlavonicThe moon deity
AglibolPalmaryia/ Syria/ Greek/ RomanThe moon god
KusuhHittite/ Hurrian/ AnatoliaThe moon god
Hanghepi WiDakotaThe Moon god
Menu/ MenulisLithuaniaThe moon god
Napir ElamiteIranThe moon god
SinBabylonThe moon god
AahEgyptThe moon god of Memphis.
Nze NgbandiZasireThe moon god who is closely linked with women & fertility
Owiot LuisenoCal. usthe moon god who is the ancestral deity of this tribe
Mawu FonBeninThe moon goddess
GletiBeninThe moon goddess
Hov AvaRussiaThe moon goddess
AsheraliCanaanThe moon goddess of fertility
TaioLakalaiThe moon goddess.
GeyagugaCherokeeThe moon spirit
Zvezda DennitsaSlavicThe morning star goddess
Dana/ Donu/ Don/ AnaWelsh/ IrishThe mortal Celtic race are her descendants, she is a goddess
Hunab Ku/ ItzamnMayaThe most important creator god & the greatest deity in the pantheon
HayagrivaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicThe most important incarnation of Vishnu
NayenezganiNavahoThe most powerful war god
UpulvanSinghalese/ Sri Lankathe most senior of the four great gods
Iku-Ikasuchi-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoThe most significant of the eight thunder deities, A god of thunder
Mbombe NkundoZaireThe mother goddess
MeterGreekThe mother goddess
AkaTurkeyThe mother goddess
MataraHinduThe mother goddess applied to the divine mothers
PrthiviHindu/ Vedic/ IndiaThe mother goddess of earth
ArachneRomanThe mother goddess of Weaving
Tzu Sun NiangniangChinaThe mother goddess that has a protective role, She had been the wife of a mortal
Bharat MataHinduThe mother goddess that is the mother of India
DamgalnunaSumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaThe mother goddess who whelped Marduk
SipyleneAnatolia/ SymnraThe mother goddess worshiped in the Metroon sanctuary
Deae MatresBritainThe mother goddesses, a triune of earth goddesses
ChaosBabylonThe mother of the gods
Si'dukuKamchadal/ SE Siberiathe mother spirit
EratoGreekThe Muse of lyric poetry & mime
EuterpeGreekThe Muse of lyric poetry & music
CalliopeGreekThe Muse of of poetry & eloquence bonds
Huang-diChinaThe mythical yellow emperor
Taijn/ TlalocTotonac(Mexico)The name for a group of rain gods, still worshipped & presumed to live in ruins of El Tajin Veracruz
FoChinaThe name for Buddha
LykurgosGreekThe name of a god of N.Arabia, that was supposed to promote fruit bearing trees
CampestresGaul/ RomanThe name of a lost goddess of fields
Ninsusinak ElamiteIranThe National god
Telepinu[s]Hittite/ HurrianThe noble god & fertility
CalypsoGreekThe nymph who kept Odysseus captive for seven years
YemanjaImanje/ BrazilThe ocean goddess of the crescent moon
VäinämöinenFinlandThe old and wise man, who possessed a potent, magical voice. The central character in Finnish folklore and he is the main character in the Kalevala.
SiddhiIrishThe old gods that live it in the hills
HastbakaNavahoThe oldest male of the spirits
Benten-SanJapan/ ShintoThe only goddess among of the seven deities of good fortune
JohEgyptThe original word for the moon god in Thebes
MalamangangaifoPolynesiaThe other creator being that was a personification of light
AesirNorse/ GermanicThe pantheon of the gods
Adam[m]asNassenesThe parental godhead of the gnostic movement
HayagrivaBuddhist/ TibetThe patron god of horses
NinsikilMesopotamia/ SumeriaThe patron goddess of Dilmun[ a mythical paradise]
LunangKafir/ AfghanistanThe patron goddess of the Prasun river
SurmaFinlandThe personification of a violent death.
TuoniFinlandThe personification of Death.
Ekhi/ EguzkBasqueThe personification of the sun
Dhat BadanYemenThe primary goddess
AstapaiosGnostic ChristianThe Prime parent ruling the seven heavens of chaos in gnostic mythology
AdibuddhaBuddhistThe primeval Buddha
Manzasiri KalmykW.MongoliaThe primeval god from whose body at the world of was formed
HonabeHuliThe primeval goddess
MataHinduThe primeval mother goddess
RahuHinduThe primordial cosmic deity, therefore a god
ManuHindu/ VedicThe primordial creator god
SuddhodanaBuddhistThe primordial data that was the father of Buddha's line
AbziuSumeria/ MesopotamiaThe primordial deity of underground water
OraiosGnostic ChristianThe primordial deity, one of seven androgynous elements born to the prime parent & ruler of the seven heavens of chaos
PrsniHindu/ VedicThe primordial Earth Goddess
Pistis/ Pistis SophiaGnostic ChristianThe primordial female force
SophiaGreek/ Gnostic ChristianThe primordial female force of the cosmos
Timaiti-Ngava-Rimngvari Hervey Is./ PolynesiaThe primordial female principle being
SalevaoPolynesiaThe primordial god of rocks
SuEgyptThe primordial god of the air
DanuHindu/ VedicThe primordial goddess
OuranosGreekThe primordial goddess of heaven and created and was the consort of the earth mother Gaia
Timatekore Hervey Is./ PolynesiaThe primordial male principle being
Omichle PhoneciaHellenicthe primordial principle
LogosGreekThe primordial spirit of reason
Nommo DogonW. AfricaThe primordial spirits that are associated of rain & fertility
PhanesGreekThe primordial sun god & the first one to emerge from the cosmic egg created by Kronos
Te KorePolynesiaThe primordial void being that was the personification of darkness of chaos prior to light
GarudaIndiaThe Prince of birds that lets Visnu ride on his back
SivaHindu/ IndiaThe principle creative & destructive god
LogosChristianThe principle embodied in the flesh by Jesus the Christ
EpaphosGreekThe progenitor of the Egyptians
AristaeusGreekThe protector of flocks that originated the cultivation of olives
EranoranhanHierro Is./ Canary Is.The protector of men only
Ni OBuddhismThe protector of the Buddhist faith
IlatPokot/ SukThe rain god
ChipiripaCurraThe rain god
CocijoZapotec/ MexicoThe rain god
MamMopanThe rain god
Sio HumisAhopuiThe rain god
To'nenileNavahoThe rain god
ToneniliNavahoThe rain god the controls waters from the skies
ChiccanMayaThe rain gods
Lubangala BakongoZaireThe rainbow god
SajaraSonghaiThe rainbow god
AmitolaneZuniThe rainbow spirit.
Dewi ShriBaliThe rice goddess
Saning SariJavaThe rice mother goddess
IcaunaRoman/ CelticThe river goddess of the river Yonne[Brittany]
SouconnaRoman/ CelticThe river goddess that was the guardian of the river Saone
Gartiae Roman The Roman version of the Greek graces
Aiolos/ AelusLatin/ GreekThe ruler of the winds
SelketEgyptThe scorpion goddess & helper of women in childbirth
Sga'na Haida/ PNWThe sea god
Nerrivik/ SedenaInuitThe sea goddess
GuabonitoHaitiThe sea goddess who teaches people about medicines & health
Munkata-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoThe sea gods [3] that protected seafarers
Nuli'rahak/ Arna'kuagsakInuit/ E. SiberiaThe Sea Spirit, she lives in the ocean depths, owns all sea creatures, & feeds off the bodies of drowned a fisherman
TitansGreekThe second group of gods of the pre-Hellenic pantheon
Mizu-Ha-No-MeJapan/ ShintoThe senior water goddess who came about from the urine of the primordial creator goddess
PaneuKafir/ AfghanistanThe seven divine brother gods
AnunnakiBabylonThe seven judges of the Underworld they began as fertility deities
Tunkan InganDakotaThe sex Manitou
Iatiku & Nautsiti AcomaNAThe sisters who created man
Kamui/ TuntuAinu/ Japanthe sky god
Numi TaremSiberiaThe sky god
Umvelinkwangi/ UmvelinqangiZulu/ S. AfricaThe sky god
Heno/ Hinu/ HinoIroquoisThe sky god & the spirit of thunder
Sodza Ewe/ Hua/ TogoThe sky god prayed to weekly to send rain
Soko NupeNigeriaThe sky god, specifically the dark sky that precedes the beginning of the rainy season
Attabeira AtahensicIroquoisThe sky goddess who fell to earth
AtahensicIroquoisThe sky goddess who fell to the earth at the beginning of creation
Qeskina'quKoryak/ SiberiaThe sky spirit the apotheosis of daylight
O-Kuni-Nushi-No-MikitoJapan/ ShintoThe sky was a great organizer & consolidator of the earth
AktunowihioCheyenneThe soul of the earth & a subterranean spirit.
Tule ZandeSudanThe spider god who brought the seeds of all the plants on earth
OtsoFinlandThe spirit of bear (one of many circumlocutory epithets).
Tna'ntoKoryak/ SiberiaThe spirit of dawn, the first light of the dawn deified
Ba MagujeHausaThe spirit of drunkeness
TahitTlingitThe spirit of fate
AdekagagwaaIroquoisThe spirit of summer who rests during the winter in the south
Lietna'irginChukchee/ E. SiberiaThe spirit of the dawn
Mrantna'irginChukchee/ E. SiberiaThe spirit of the dawn, one of four
AnpaoDakotaThe spirit of the dawn.
Tna'ntoKoryak/ SE SiberiaThe spirit of the first light of dawn
HengHuronThe spirit of thunder
ChahuruPawneeThe spirit of water
OnathaIroquoisThe spirit of wheat
GohoneIroquoisThe spirit of winter
GlispaNavahoThe spirit that gave the healing chant to the people
gNyanTibetthe spirits that are a thing but nice
JyotiskaJain/ IndiaThe stellar gods, there are five classes
TesubHittite/ HurrianThe storm god
WaloAustraliaThe sun & war goddess
Alk'unta'mBella CoolaThe sun god
AtenEgyptThe sun god
Hi-Hiya-HiJapan/ ShintoThe sun god
HvarIranThe sun god
Loba DualaCameroon/ W. Africathe sun god
AkychaInuitThe sun god
Angpetu WiLakotaThe sun god
BladudWalesThe sun god
LupiAymaraThe sun god
MenahkaMandanThe sun god
Mir Susne KhumSiberiaThe sun god
PautiwaHopiThe sun god
SiviniArmeniaThe sun god
UtuSumeriaThe sun god
Tonatiuh/ PilzintecutliAztec/ NahuaThe sun god & a god of war
MolochCanaanThe sun god & a god of war
BeelsaminPhoeniciaThe sun god and lord of the sky
OcelotlAztecthe sun god but then a first of the five world ages - they last for 2028 heavenly years & each heavenly year = 52 Earth years
Sun GodHittite/ AkkadianThe sun god of Heaven
Tayau/ Tau/ averik HuicholMexicoThe sun god of the the rising sun
Senx/ Ta'ata/ Sami'yaila Bella Coola/ BC Canadathe sun god that is the ruler of a lower heavens
Ah KinMayaThe sun god who brings drought but protects man from the powers of evil associated with darkness
Pu'guYukaghir/ E. Siberiathe sun god, he is associated with justice & honorable living & will punish those who are evil or pilot
SolNordic/ IcelandicThe sun goddess
SuryaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicThe sun goddess
Amaterasu O-Mi-Kami/ Amaterasu OmikamiJapan/ ShintoThe sun goddess
IgaehinvdoCherokeeThe sun goddess
MallinaInuitThe sun goddess
SauleBalticThe sun goddess
Wurusemu/ WuruntemuHittiteThe sun goddess of Arrina
Tate Velika Vimali HuicholMexicoThe sun goddess perceived as either a young girl or a royal eagle who holds the world in her talons, she guards it
Ama TerasuJapanThe sun goddess queen of the universe
SamasMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadianThe sun guard & patron deity of Sippa & Larsa
TawaPuebloThe sun kachina
SutalidihiCherokeeThe sun spirit
Sore-GusHottentot/ S. AfricaThe sun/ sky god
IsakakateCrowThe supreme being
ZambiAngolaThe supreme being
TornarssukInuitThe supreme being & master of the Tornat[the controlling deities]
AboraPalma Is./ Canary Is.The supreme Being that sat in heaven & caused the stars to move
Ta'yanKoryak/ SE SiberiaThe Supreme Being who does not muddle in human affairs
AcoranGran Canary/ Canary Is.The supreme Being who really really likes milk
Va'irginChukchee/ E. SiberiaThe supreme being whose name means "I exist"
AmunEgyptThe supreme creator god
PonYukaghir/ SiberiaThe Supreme creator god worshiped from prehistoric times until at least 1900 C. E.
HumbanMesopotamiaThe supreme deity
IpalnemohuaniAztecThe supreme deity
Huiracocha/ ViracochoIncaThe supreme deity accused of a virgin birth & creator of of the world
AhoneVirginia/ USAThe supreme deity who was indifferent to worship
AhrimanZoroastrianismThe supreme evil spirit & lord of the darkness and death
DisaniAfghanistanThe supreme fertility & mother goddess
BugaTungus/ SiberiaThe supreme God
gShen-RabBon/ TibetThe supreme god
HuviBushmen/ AfricaThe supreme god
Kaang/ Khu/ Kho/ ThoraBushmen/ AfricaThe supreme god
Ahura MazdaPersiaThe supreme god
AmmaDogonThe supreme god
MaretkhmakniamBotocudoThe supreme god
Menechen/ Pillan/ Gueu-Pillan AruucaniaChileThe supreme God
Nana Buluku FonAfricaThe supreme god
WakEthiopiaThe supreme god
WantuSudanThe supreme god
ArmazGeorgeThe supreme god & a warrior deity pre Christian style
Gamab/ Ganna/ Gawa/ Gaunab DamarasAfricaThe supreme god & creator of the world who lives beyond the stars
BrahmaHinduThe supreme god and creator of the cosmos
Ame-No-Minaka-Nushi-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoThe supreme god from about 600 CE till now
Ai Apec Mochica PeruThe supreme god that rules the destinies of the world
Atua I Kafika TikopiaPolynesiaThe supreme god viewed as a intercessor rather than a Controller
Kari SemangMalyaThe supreme God who lets you know he is mad when it thunders
Silma InuaInuitThe supreme god, rarely invoked or prayed at
Maret JikkyBotcudoThe supreme goddess
Tirawa/ Atius Pawnee/ USAThe supreme spirit
Ti'hmar KolymaTungus/ SiberiaThe supreme spirit, it became the name for the Christian god
BochicaChibchaThe supreme sun god & a god of law
Baal HammonCarthageThe sweety of Tanit
TursasFinlandThe Tavastian god of war. May be same as the Norse Tyr and the Germanic Tîwaz.
IyaLakotaThe the spirit of all that is evil
VarahaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicThe third avatar of Visnu
Graeae/ GraiiGreekThe three old women or gray ones
HattiHittiteThe throne goddess
PerunRussiaThe thunder & creator god
PerkunoBalticThe thunder god
Raja IndaindaBatakThe thunder god who is the spy and messenger of the other gods
WakinyanDakotaThe thunder spirit.
KadluInuitThe thunder spirit[female]
AranzahasHittiteThe Tigris river deified
HyperionGreekThe Titan god of primordial light
Hi'lina Haida/ PNWThe tribal god that represents the Thunderbird
WisagatcakCreeThe trickster god
RyangombeRwanda/ E. AfricaThe tutelary god & ancestral deity
TutuMesopotamia/ Babylon/ AkkadianThe tutelary god of Borsippa
Pa-bil-sagMesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ AkkadiaThe tutelary god of Isin
Nesu FonBeninThe tutelary god of royalty
HarmetiEgyptThe tutelary god of Seden, a form of Horus
HanwasuitHittiteThe tutelary goddess of of the throne, kings received their mandate from her
Juno CaelestisCarthageThe tutelary goddess of Roman Carthage
Mulindwa Bunyoro UgandaThe tutelary goddess of the tribal chiefs
HariharaIndiaThe twin divinity composed of Visnu & Siva
JanusRomanThe two faced god of beginnings, arches, doors, entrances & gates
Men ShenChinaThe two guardians of doorways
Belet-Seri/ BelitsariBabylon/ AkkadiaThe underworld goddess that kept track of the dead coming through
MitnalMayaThe underworld hell where the wicked were tortured
Agnostos TheosGreekThe unknown gods that were always worshipped as a group
Ix KananMayaThe vegetation goddess that takes care of bean plant
Branwen/ BranwynIrish/ Manx/ WalesThe Venus of the Northern Seas & a goddess of love
NekhebtEgyptThe vulture goddess of Upper Egypt
BelatucadrosBritainThe war god
Month/ MontuEgyptThe war god of Thebes that quit during the 11th dynasty, royal politics you see
EsusCelticThe war god that may have been a tree god
AnatUgaritThe warrior virgin, slayer of snakes, life & fertility goddess
LahamaSumeriaThe water condition demons that it belonged to Enki
Ambisagrus/ BussumarusBritainThe weather deity
TsehubHittiteThe weather god
RaijinJapan/ ShintoThe weather gods, inclusive
Tayau Sakaimoka Huichol MexicoThe western setting sun god
VellamoFinlandThe wife of Ahti, goddess of the sea, lakes and storms. A current image of Vellamo can be seen on the coat of arms of Päijänne Tavastia.
HotoruPawneeThe wind spirit
TakuskanskanDakotaThe wind spirit & a trickster
ChaobMaya/ LacandonThe wind[s] god[s]
KathiratCanaanThe wise goddesses
Ama No UzumeJapanThe witty goddess of persuasion
LogosGnosticn ChristianThe word coming from the mind of their god
Xpuch & XtahMayaThe worlds first heavenly servants, prostitutes
AglaiaGreekThe youngest of the three graces
LatiaranIrishThe youngest of the three sisters who made up a triune goddess & a goddess of autumn & fire
NapaeaeGreek/ RomanThese are animistic spirits of the valleys feminine in nature
MilkGilyaks/ SiberiaThese are devils of exactly what I am not sure but you best not irritate them
Khoromozitel/ Domovi/ DovomikSlavicThese are domestic spirits, sadly not be sipping kind
Lemures/ LarveRomanThese are evil spirits of the dead with two festivals one on nine November & 1 on 13 May
DeviIndiaThese are female deities
LasasEtruscanThese are female god like beings of the pantheon, they may be winged or unwinged & some names are known
MorganesCelticThese are female water spirit
SasuratumCanaanThese are midwife goddesses, they are seven in number
KulVogul/ OstiakThese are nasty water spirits that are not only selfish, for a lark they inflict sickness on humans
Mazzikin theJewishThese are rather evil spirits that like to make things rough for humans
LaskowiceSlavicThese are satyr type forest spirits with a close relationship with the Wolf
Ah Kumix UnicobMayaThese are small attendant water gods
DakiniBuddhismThese are supernatural beings
DaktyloiGreekThese are the demonic beings discovered the art of working in metal
KrodhadevatasBuddhistThese are the gods of terror
CherubMesopotamiaThese are the guardians of important places & they intercede both with the gods/ & for the gods
ChebeldeiSiberiaThese are the inhabitants of lower world
Gou Mang & Ru ShuChinaThese are the messengers of the sky god
Centzon-TotochtinAztecThese are the party gods, a drunken & immoral group that meet frequently that a blast
GeniiEtruscan/ RomanThese are the protective spirits that guide human beings, no one knows why
Graces/ GratiaeRomanThese are the Roman version of the Greek Charities
InuatInuitThese are the spirit beings that reside with all living creatures & maintain the lamp of life
MatronaeCelticThese are the three mother goddesses that oversee fertility, they prefer peace, tranquillity & kids
NajadeSlavicThese are water nymphs
CihuatetoAztecThese are women that die in childbirth, gain eternal life & become spirits that accompany the sun
Keri & Kame Bacairi1st nationsThese brothers are the accused of creating the human race
Eschu/ Legba Yoruba/ AfricaThese deities are messengers between gods & mortals, not very nice either
Gui Xian/ GuiChinaThese demonic beings are descended from people that had either drowned &/ or committed suicide & could not be reincarnated
Gul-ses/ Gul-asesHittiteThese goddesses apparently are the scribes of the gods that dispense good, evil, life & death
OreadesGreek/ RomanThese ladies are the animistic spirits of the mountains
AngelsJewish/ Christian/ IslamThese spirits are messengers between the heaven & earth, with nine orders at present
KappaJapanThese water spirits are strange, their food is blood & cucumbers, they are mischevious but extremely knowing & prove helpful to humans
KeresGreekThese were rather evil demon
AmeshaSpentas/ YazatasThey are gods without being gods & created without being creatures[6 in number]
BalakrsnaMayaThey are guardian deities
MorvaAndaman Is./ Indian OceanThey are invisible sky spirits
Ah Patnar UinicobMayaThey are large water gods
Alaisiagae theCeltic/ British/ RomanThey are minor goddess
Moira/ Moirai/ Moerae/ Mories/ FatesGreekThey are supreme even over the gods of Olympus
FomoreIrishThey are the adversaries of the Tuatha De Danann, & called it demons
AfreetArabiaThey are unclean spirits
AgnikumaraJain/ IndiaThey are youthful appearing gods associated with rain & thunder
BacabsMayaThey stand at the four corners of the world supporting the heavens
Aloadae/ AloidaeGreek they were 54 ft. tall and warred with the gods, they lost
Dii Mauri MoorN. AfricaThey were redeemers, immortals, & exalted deities that were almost never named
RusalkiSlavic/ RussiaThey were water nymphs & not nice
CroneIrishThird aspect of the Triple goddess
Topoh Pokot/ Suk / UgandaThis astral god is the god of the evening star
SukraHindu/ Puranic/ EpicThis astral god was the personification of the planet Venus, he tutored demons on the side
SokarEgyptThis chthonic underworld god is the guardian of the necropolis at Memphis
Minabozho AlgonquinNE US E. Canadathis clumsy god fell into the seat and make it over low
TonatiluhAztecThis creator god presides over the fifth world age[this is the one we are in]
Ruhanga BunyoroUgandathis creator god was the initiator of the world, regarded as distant & if ever invoked
AlauwaimisHittiteThis demon drives away evil & sickness
TarpatassisHittiteThis demon staves off sickness & grants long, healthy life
HeitsiHottentot/ AfricaThis dying god is the god of the hunt
Khovaki/ SavakiTungus/ SiberiaThis entity is guilty of being in the creator of the world
LaumeLithuania/ PrussiaThis entity is usually naked, enjoyshelping people & protects orphans, she became demonized
TotolteactlAztecThis fertility god is concerned with the Maguey plant & the art of growing pulque
MummuMesopotamiaThis god advised the primeval god Apsu
KenosTierra del FuegoThis god and was sent to earth by the supreme god, supposedly to bring order into the world. He goofed up and created humans
GapnSyriaThis god appears as a messenger of Baal & is absent in ritual texts
DaronwyWalesThis god appears only in the songs/ book of Taleisin
Barastar OssetianCaucusthis god at judged and in souls sending them to paradise or oblivion
Naionuema UitotoSAThis god created the earth from its own imagination
TaautosPhoeniciaThis god devolved into the Egyptian Thoth
HoenirGermanThis god gave all mortals the five senses
Hike/ HekaEgyptThis god had his shrines in/ around of Memphis
Imset/ AmsetEgyptThis god is a funerary god charged with the care of the liver of the deceased
KesavaHinduThis God is a minor avatar of Visnu
PrajapatiHindu/ Puranic/ Epic/ VedicThis god is a primordial being
IxpiyacocMayaThis god is also guilty of creating humans
RsbhaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicThis god is an unusual avatar of is the god Vishnu
Manda d-Hiia MandaeanChristian (early)this god is concerned with teaching of life, redemption & a savior/ redeemer
MichabonOttawa/ CanadaThis god is guilty of creating humans from animals
Take-Mika-Dzuchi-No-Kami/ Futsu-Nushi-No-KamiJapan/ ShintoThis god is one of the Raijin, A god of thunder, rain, & storms as well as a warrior
AcalaIndia/ BuddhismThis god is protector of of the teaching & defends temples
Jw/ Ja'u/ JawiSyriaThis god is so ancient it yhad to be deduced from the study of personal names, nothing is known for certain but it may be identical to the harvest god Ao
TorkArmeniaThis god is the guardian of the mountains & their inhabitants
NinigiJapan/ ShintoThis god is the heir apparent to the sun goddess & was sent to the earth to rule it
NiHuliThis god is the sole cause of leprosy.
IssitoqInuitThis god looks for those that break the rules
MarawaMelanesiaThis god made human beings mortal, supposedly only because he did not know how they were made
Minga Bengale ShongonAfricaThis god of hunters also taught humans how to make nets
Toa'lalit Bella Coola/ CanadaThis god of hunters oversees hunting mountain goats
PortunusRomanThis god of passage was responsible for guarding the entrance of the city & the house with a festival on August 17th. He sidelines as the guardian of the Tiber estuary
JarriHittiteThis god of plague & pestilence was also a god that helped the king in battle
Ixbalanque/ Hunapu this god of the moon is also be twin of Hunahpu
OccatorRomanThis god oversees the growth & harvesting of crops
Kuntu bXan PoTibet/ BonThis god was the head of the pantheon
HapiEgyptThis god was the personification of the Nile
KisEgyptThis god was venerated in Kusae
Kalki[n]Hindu/ Vedic/ Puranic/ EpicThis god will be the 10th avatar of Visnu that rewards good & punishes people
HarpreEgyptThis god's job was to protect the king from illness & misfortune
T'ao Hua HsiennuiChinaThis goddes guardian deity as well as the deity of the second spring month
Pranasakti Hindu this goddess appears to be a rather terrifying deity that rules the centers of physical life
HintubuhetNew Ireland Is./ MelanesiaThis goddess is a supreme being, however she is androgynous
EreshkigalAkkadia/ HittiteThis goddess is the mother of the storm god as well as an underworld goddess
HolleGermanicThis goddess of last the newborn emerge from the underworld where she also accepts the souls of the dead
ItchitaYakut/ SiberiaThis goddess of the earth prevents illness
Wari Ma Te TakerePolynesiaThis goddess was a coconut shell divinity
MefitisRomanThis goddess was associated with sulfur springs
ClementiaRomanThis goddess was invoked to protect the citizen against the emperor's absolute use of power
Mehet-uretEgyptThis goddess was the embodiment of all primeval waters
KubabaKishThis goddess, a former barmaid, reigned as queen of the third dynasty for 100 years
Kushi-Iwa-Mado-no-MikotoJapan/ ShintoThis guardian God protects entrance gates
Kukuth/ KukudhiAlbaniaThis is a female demon of sickness had an unhappy life at as a human
Shadanna-SubrahmanyaHindu/ PuranicThis is a form of a god Kattikeya
MagniGermanThis is a god of the future who has not yet arrived & a son of Thor
MarutsIndiaThis is a group of storm spirits
Dala KadavaraShinghaleseThis is likely an elephant goddess
Latur DanoNias Is./ IndonesiaThis is the counterpart of their supreme god which causes sickness, death & bad weather
Juck ShilluckAfricaThis is the creator of the world
Gong GongChinaThis is the devil that lets loose the great flood & is the opponent of the ruling god
KombuBantu/ AfricaThis is the god of creation
Kianto LacandonMayaThis is the god of foreigners & all diseases
PhosphorosGreekThis is the god of the morning star
Jar SubTurkeyThis is the god of the universe
MisorSemiteThis is the god that created salt
Iegad Pelew Is. this is the god that is guilty of bringing light to earth
KhentimentiuEgyptThis is the god that rules the destinies of all of the dead
HahEgyptThis is the god that was the bearer of heaven, a personification of infinity & eternity
Honir Norse this is the god they gave humans and their understanding & feelings
LopematLataviaThis is the goddess that created cattle
Midewiwin AlgonquinNE US E. CanadaThis is the great medicine dance which requires the epitome of reverence is performed or the tribe will suffer
MichaelHebrew/ ChristianThis is the Prince of angels that fought for Israel , according to christians, he is an archangel
KutkinnakuKoryak/ SiberiaThis is the spirit that taught mankind to haunt it & catch fish in addition to giving them the fire stick & the shamans drum
Lia FailCelticThis is the stone of destiny placed on the hill of Tara & tells on the kings
Toko'yotoKoryak/ SE SiberiaThis male guardian spirit is one of the owners of world that created the Pacific Ocean
MamiBabylonThis mother goddess created humankind
HymenaeusGreekThis poor god is the goddess of marriage
IrmiongotGermanicThis possibly Irmin, found in The Hildebrandslied, strangely the poem shows Christian influence
Tate Naaliwahi HuicholMexicoThis rain & water goddess appears in lightning & brings rain from the east
GlaucusGreekThis sea god went around muttering prophesies
Kini'je/ Ki'njenYukaghir/ E. SiberiaThis sky spirit that is in charge of keeping an accounting of the time
ModiGerman/ NorseThis son of Thor is a god that has yet to arrive
Uslo Yakut/ SiberiaThis spirit of the mountains was one of the guardians of the natural world
Ida TenJapanThis young god protects monasteries & is rather quick
Island of FlameEgyptThough not a god, without yet it eight gods would never have came into being
PiyusaharanaHindu/ Puranic/ EpicThough obscure, this is a physician god
KorravaiDavidian/ Tamil/ S. India/ Sri Lankathough sweet to the to for (?) A war goddess
SlaineIrishThought to be a deity of healing & the medical arts
FinncaevIrishThought to be a goddess of love & beauty
RudiobusRoman/ GallicThought to be a horse god
Jawhe/ Jahve/ JehovahIsraelThought to be a mountain god prior to becoming the god of Israel, Mount Sinai is his suspected mountain
LeucetiosCelticThunder & storm god
TannusBritainThunder god Tinnus Taranus
KullervoFinlandTragic antihero. Model for Túrin Turambar in Tolkien's Silmarillion.
HamadryadesGreek/ RomanTree spirits whose existence is restricted to the tree that the guard when it dies they die
KotitonttuFinlandTutelary of the home.
SaunatonttuFinlandTutelary of the sauna.
PihatonttuFinlandTutelary of the yard.
DioskouroiGreekTwin gods see Castor & Pollux
Holly King & Oak KingCelticTwo sacrificial gods
HoursEgyptUnderworld goddesses, the 12 daughters of Re
Me Na/ NinmentaMesopotamia/ SumeriaUnknown god
Caer IbormeithIrishUsually thought of as a goddess of sleep & dreams
OanuavaBritainVery old Earth goddess
BrenosCelticWar god
MabbWalesWarrioress believed to be a Welsh version of Irish's Queen Maeve & a goddess of midwives
CessairIrishWell known pre Celtic mother goddess
Kun LunChinaWhile on earth he is the lord of the sky's capital or something like
MielikkiFinlandWife of Tapio, the goddess of the forest.
Ag'oDahomeanWorshipped by hunters
AengusCeltic/ Irishworshipped from about 500 BC/ 400 AD
Lahurati ElamiteIranYet another god
Hunahpa UtiuMayaYet another god that helped create humans
BrigantisCelticYet another moon goddess
IxmucaneMayaYet another of the 13 gods that created humans
AsurkumaraJainYouthful gods associated with rain & thunder