The Gods
Alphabetic

666 gods
A
(Babylon/Chaldea)
A moon goddess.
A'as
(Hittite/Hurrian)
The god of wisdom.
A'ra
(West Arabia)
A local god.
A-a
(Mespoptomia/Babylon/Akkadia/West Semitic)
She was a sun goddess.
Aa Maakhuer
(Egypt)
A lion god of truthful speech.
Aabit
(Egypt)
A goddess of song.
Aaghu Gugu
(Cherokee)
A goddess of the of the dawn.
Aah
(Egypt)
The moon god of Memphis.
Aahmes Nefertari
(Egypt)
A protector/punisher of humans elevated to goddesshood.
Aakuluujjusi
(Inuit)
The great creator mother.
Aasith
(Egypt/Syria)
A goddess of the hunt, war, and the desert.
Aataentsic
(Iroquois)
A goddess.
Aatxe
(Basque)
An evil spirit capable of assuming human form.
Ab Kin Xoc
(Maya)
A god of war.
Aba khatun
(Baikal/Siberia)
A sea goddess.
Abaangui
(Guarani)
A god whose huge nose became the moon.
Abaasy
(Yakut/Siberia)
Netherworld beings.
Abaddon
(Hebrew/Christian)
The chief of the demons of the 7th hierarchy.
Abandinus
(Roman/Celtic/British)
A god known only by inscription.
Abarta
(Irish)
A god of the Tuatha De Danann.
Abassi
(Efik)
Creator of the world.
Abat[t]ur
(Mandaeans)
It weighs souls and/or their deeds.
Abeguwo
(Melanesia/New Guinea)
A rain goddess.
Abello / Abellio
(Gaul)
A god of apple trees.
Abeona
(Roman)
She is the goddess guardian of children leaving home to go on their own.
Abere
(Melanesia)
A goddess of Evil.
Abgal
(North Arabia)
A desert and tutelary god of the Bedouins.
Abgal / Apkallu
(Sumeria)
Seven spirits that derived from the the Abzu.
Abhijit
(Hindu/Puranic)
A benevolent astral deity and goddess of fortune.
Abhijnaraja
(Buddhist/Tibet)
A physician god and medicine Buddha.
Abhiyoga
(Jain/India)
The generic name of the servile gods.
Abira
(Antioquia)
The creator.
Abnona
(Gaul)
The goddess of the Black Forest.
Abora
(Palma Island/Canary Island)
The supreme Being that sat in heaven and caused the stars to move.
Abowie
(Ghana)
A goddess of healing and sterility.
Abraxas / Abrsax / Abraxis
(Greek/Oriental)
An occult theonym, this god has the torso and arms of a man, head of a rooster and serpent legs.
Abu
(Sumeria)
A god the of vegetation.
Abuk
(Dinka)
Patron goddess of women and gardens.
Abundantia / Abundita
(Roman)
A goddess of agriculture and abundance.
Abziu
(Sumeria/Mesopotamia)
The primordial deity of underground water.
Acala
(India/Buddhism)
This god is protector of of the teaching and defends temples.
Acat
(Maya)
A god of tattooists.
Acaviser / Lasas
(Etruscan)
A goddess, one of the fates.
Acca
(Roman)
A goddess associated with Hercules.
Acca Larentia
(Etruscan/Roman)
An earth goddess and goddess of winter.
Accasbel
(Irish)
Most likely was an early god of wine or mead.
Acchupta
(Jain/India)
A goddess of learning.
Acco
(Greek)
A goddess of Evil.
Achelois
(Greek)
A moon goddess.
Achiyalatopa
(Zuni)
A celestial giant monster with feathers of flint knives.
Achlae / Aclelous / Acleloos / Achelous
(Greek)
A river god of some standing in the community.
Achtland
(Celtic)
A goddess of sex and magic.
Aclla
(Peru)
A goddesses of war and virgins.
Acna / Akna
(Maya/Mexico)
A mother goddess.
Acolmiztli
(Aztec)
A minor chthonic underworld god.
Acolnahuacatl
(Aztec)
Another minor chthonic underworld god.
Acoran
(Gran Canary/Canary Island)
The supreme Being who really really likes milk.
Adad
(Babylonian/Mesopotamia)
The god of wind, storm, flood and rain.
Adamanthea
(Greek)
A goddess of midwives.
Adamisil Wedo
(Haiti)
A water goddess.
Adam[m]as
(Nassenes)
The parental godhead of the gnostic movement.
Adaro
(Polynesia/Melanesia)
A sea god.
Addanc
(Wales)
Primordial giant/god.
Adekagagwaa
(Iroquois)
The spirit of summer who rests during the winter in the south.
Adeona
(Roman)
A goddess of school children.
Adeos
(Roman)
A goddess of modesty.
Adhimukticarya
(Buddhist/Vajrayana)
A minor goddess and deified Bhumis.
Adibuddha
(Buddhist)
The primeval Buddha.
Adidharma
(Buddhist)
A primordial goddess.
Adikia
(Greek)
The goddess both injustice who is rather hard on the eyes.
Adimurti
(Hindu)
An avatar of Vishnu.
Aditi
(Hindu)
Hindu supreme creator of all that has been created.
Adityas
(Hindu)
The divine sons of Aditi, Varuna Aditya, Indra, Mitra, Rudra, Tvashtar and Vishnu.
Adonis
(Greek)
A god of nature.
Adonis
(Phoenicia/Syria)
A dying and resurrected god that embodies vegetation scorched by the heat of the summer sunshine.
Adrammelech
(Middle East)
A god to whom infants were burnt in sacrifice [only reference to the practice in the christian OT].
Adrastea
(Britain)
The goddess of war.
Adrasteia
(Greek/Thrace/Trojan/Phyragean)
A mountain goddess that is the guardian of righteousness and avenges is all wrongs.
Adro
(Lugbara)
An earthly god of and grass fires.
Adroa
(Africa)
A god that is the an early version of Adro.
Adsullata
(Britain)
A goddess of hot springs.
Aea
(Greek)
A goddess of hunting.
Aeacoc
(Greek/Roman)
A chthonic underworld god and 1 of the 3 gods of Hades.
Aebhel / Aeval
(Irish)
A goddess who is a faery.
Aebhel Afekan
(Melanesia/New Guinea)
The creator goddess.
Aed
(Celtic/Irish)
An underworld god known only from inscription.
Aedos
(Roman)
A goddess of modesty.
Aega
(Greek)
A goddess of war.
Aegeria
(Roman)
A goddess of prophecy invoked by pregnant women.
Aegir
(Germanic)
A god of the ocean.
Aengus
(Celtic/Irish)
Worshipped from about 500 BC/400 AD.
Aeolos
(Greek)
He was the custodian of the four winds.
Aequitas
(Rome)
Deified personification of equity and fairness.
Aericura
(Celtic/Roman)
An underworld god known only from inscription.
Aerten / Aerfen / Aeron
(Wales/Cornish)
A goddess of fate.
Aesculapius / Asklepios
(Greek/Roman)
A god of healing and of medicine.
Aesir
(Norse/Germanic)
The pantheon of the gods.
Aesma Daeva
(Persia)
A demon of lust and anger that is ticked at the cow.
Aestas
(Roman)
A goddess of summer usually portrayed nude and adorned with garlands of grain.
Aesun
(Irish)
A god whose name means to be.
Aether
(Greek)
The god representing pure air and light.
Aetna
(Roman)
A mountain goddess.
Aeval
(Celtic)
A goddess of sexual relations and small size.
Afekan
(Melanesia/New Guinea)
The creator goddess.
Afi
(Abkhaz)
A god of rain and thunderstorms that does not tolerate women using his name.
Afreet
(Arabia)
They are unclean spirits.
Ag'o
(Dahomean)
Worshipped by hunters.
Agaman Nibo
(Haiti)
A goddess of the dead.
Agamede
(Greek)
A goddess of healing.
Agas
(Iran)
A demon of illness, especially the eyes.
Agasaya
(Semitic)
A war goddess.
Agathos Daimon
(Greek)
A good genius/guardian spirit.
Age Fon
(Benin/West Africa)
Revered by hunters he is the god of animals.
Agischanak
(Tlingit/Alaska)
A goddess of the earth.
Aglaia
(Greek)
The youngest of the three graces.
Aglibol
(Palmaryia/Syria/Greek/Roman)
The moon god.
Agni
(Hindu/Vedic)
A god of fire and guardian of homes.
Agni
(India)
A god of lightning, fire, and the sun and who also mediates between the gods and humans.
Agnikumara
(Jain/India)
They are youthful appearing gods associated with rain and thunder.
Agnostos Theos
(Greek)
The unknown gods that were always worshipped as a group.
Agrona
(Wales)
A slaughter goddess.
Agrotera
(Greek)
A goddess of good health and hunting.
Agu'gux
(Aleut[USA])
The creator god that was claimed to be the Christian god under Russian Orthodox priests.
Aguara
(Tunpa/Chiriguano)
The fox god who gave the carob tree to the people.
Agwe
(Benin/Africa)
She is the mother of the sea.
Agwe
(Haiti/Vodun)
A goddess manifestation of Yemanja.
Agwe
(Vodun)
A god of the ocean.
Agweta
(Haiti)
A sea goddess.
Ah Bolom Tzacab
(Maya)
A god of agriculture who controlled rain and thunder.
Ah Bolon Dz'acab
(Maya)
A fertility god associated with rain and thunder.
Ah Can Cum / Acaum
(Maya)
A hunter and protector of the animals god.
Ah Chun Caan
(Mexico)
Be deity though of the city of Merida.
Ah Chuy Kak
(Maya)
A god of war.
Ah Ciliz
(Maya)
The god of solar eclipses.
Ah Cun Can
(Maya)
A god of war.
Ah Hulneb
(Maya)
A god of war.
Ah Kin
(Maya)
The sun god who brings drought but protects man from the powers of evil associated with darkness.
Ah Kin Xoc
(Maya)
A god of poetry, a singer and musician.
Ah Kinchil
(Maya)
A god of war and the sun.
Ah Kumix Unicob
(Maya)
These are small attendant water gods.
Ah Mun
(Maya)
The god responsible for protecting the green maize.
Ah Muzecab
(Maya)
The bee gods.
Ah Patnar Uinicob
(Maya)
They are large water gods.
Ah Peku
(Maya)
A thunder god that lives on the tops of hills.
Ah Puch
(Maya)
He is the god of death.
Ah Tabai
(Maya)
A hunting god.
Ah Uaynih
(Guatemala)
A goddess of sleep, specifically males.
Ah Unicir Dz'acab
(Maya)
A god of healing.
Ah Uuc Ticab
(Maya)
A minor vegetation and fertility god.
Ah Wink ir Masa
(Guatemala)
A nature goddess.
Aha
(Yakut/Siberia)
A river spirit, female type.
Ahat
(Egypt)
A cow goddess.
Ahau Chamahez
(Maya)
He is one of two gods of medicine.
Ahau Kin
(Maya)
A goddess of war.
Ahemait
(Egypt)
An underworld goddess who eats the souls of the unworthy.
Aheramenmthoou
(Egypt)
The god of thunder, night, storms, wind, landslides and tidal waves.
Ahmakiq
(Maya)
He is a god of agriculture.
Ahnt Alis Pok'
(Mexico region)
A very small goddess - 2 feet high.
Ahnt kai
(Mexico Region)
A goddess of women and children.
Ahone
(Virginia/USA)
The supreme deity who was indifferent to worship.
Ahriman
(Zoroastrianism)
The supreme evil spirit and lord of the darkness and death.
Ahsonnutli
(Navaho)
Chief god.
Ahti
(Egyptian)
A goddess of evil.
Ahti (or Ahto)
(Finland)
God of the depths, giver of fish.
Ahuic
(Aztec/Mexico)
A goddess of all running water.
Ahulane
(Maya)
A god of war.
Ahura Mazda
(Persia)
The supreme god.
Ahurani
(Persia)
The goddess of rain and water.
Ai Ada
(Turkey?)
The moon god.
Ai Apec Mochica
(Peru)
The supreme god that rules the destinies of the world.
Ai Tojon
(Yakut/Siberia)
A god that created all light.
Ai Tupua'i
(Polynesia)
A goddess of healing and of war.
Aiakos
(Greek)
A god of the underworld.
Aialila'axa
(Mexico region)
A moon goddess.
Aiaru
(Polynesia)
Her function is to predict death.
Aibell
(Irish)
The guardian spirit of the Dal gCais. She was the ruler of a sidhe in north Munster.
Aibheaeg
(Irish)
A goddess of fire and of toothaches.
Aibheaog
(Irish)
A fire goddess.
Aida Wedo
(Benin/Haiti)
A goddess of the rainbow and fresh water Aida Cuedo, Aido Wedo, Ayida, Ayida Cueddo.
Aidin
(Celtic)
A goddess of love and sexuality.
Aido Wedo
(Haiti)
A goddess of fire.
Aife / Aoife
(Irish/Scotland)
A goddess and queen of the Isle of shadow .
Aige
(Irish)
A goddess of water and bays.
Aijo
(Estonia)
A goddess of evil.
Ailsie
(Cherokee)
A goddess of water and pools.
Aimend
(Irish/Scotland)
A sun goddess.
Ain / Aine
(Irish)
A goddess of war, of fertility, love and of Midsummer Lair Derg.
Aine of Knockaine
(Irish)
A moon goddess who was connected with the Summer Solstice.
Aino
(Finnish)
A goddess of justice.
Aiolos / Aelus
(Latin/Greek)
The ruler of the winds.
Airmid
(Irish)
A goddess of all healing arts and witchcraft.
Airsekui
(Huron)
The great spirit.
Airyaman
(Persia)
A god of social bonds, contracts, and marriage who at the end of time will fish souls of the the temporarily damned called a Hell by using a net.
Aisha
(Arabic)
A goddess of water.
Aisha Qandisha
(Morocco)
A goddess of sexual activity.
Aittsamka
(Bella Coola)
A goddess of teaching.
Aitu
(Samoa)
The lower order of the gods.
Aitvaras
(Prussia)
The The brave and loving demon that will bring good fortune to your home when well fed and treated kindly.
Aius Locutius
(Roman)
A god supposed to have given warning of the approach of the Gauls 391 B.C.
Aizen-Myoo
(Buddhism)
A deity who is full of compassion for mankind.
Aizen-Myoo
(Japan)
The god of tavern keepers, musicians, singers, prostitutes and love.
Aja
(Babylonian)
The dawn goddess.
Aja
(Yoruba)
A goddess of healing, herbs and of knowledge.
Ajalamo
(Yoruba/Nigeria/West Africa)
A god of fetuses.
Ajatar
(Finnish)
A goddess of evil.
Ajatar (sometimes Ajattara)
(Finland)
An evil forest spirit.
Ajaya
(Buddhist/Mahayanna)
A minor goddess.
Ajbit
(Maya)
A god that helped create people [13 were involved].
Aje
(Yoruba)
A goddess of wealth in all its forms.
Aji Suki Taka Hi Kone
(Japan)
A god of thunder.
Ajok
(Louko)
Chief god.
Ajtzak
(Maya)
Another god that helped create people.
Ajysyt
(Yakut/Siberia)
A goddess of healing and birth.
Aka
(Turkey)
The mother goddess.
Akasagarbha
(India/Buddhism)
A Bodhisattva and the personification of supreme knowledge of the absolute void.
Akelos
(Greek)
A river god.
Aken
(Egypt)
An underworld god and keeper of the underworld ferryboat.
Aker
(Egypt)
A god of the earth that guards in the entrance to the underworld.
Akerbeltz
(Basque)
An avatar of the god Mari.
Akerbeltz
(Basque)
An avatar of the god Mari.
Akert khentet auset[s]
(Egypt)
A book of the dead deity.
Akeru
(Egypt)
Pluralistic earth gods.
Akewa
(Toba)
A sun and war goddess.
Akhushtal
(Maya)
Goddess of childbirth.
Akka ("old lady")
(Finland)
Female spirit, feminine counterpart of "Ukko"[7].
Akonadi
(Ghana)
An oracle goddess of justice.
Akongo
(Ngombe)
A supreme and creator god.
Akräs
(Finland)
The god of fertility and the protector of plants, especially the turnip.
Aksayajnana-Karmanda
(Buddhist)
One of the twelve Dharnis and the deification of literature.
Aksobhya
(Buddhism)
A Dhyani-Buddha.
Aktunowihio
(Cheyenne)
The soul of the earth and a subterranean spirit.
Akuj Akuj
(Africa)
The chief deity.
Akusaa
(Egypt)
A goddess of war and sunset.
Akycha
(Alaskan)
A goddess of war.
Akycha
(Inuit)
The sun god.
Al Lat
(Arabic)
A goddess of fertility, procreation and the earth.
Al Shua
(India)
A goddess of Ursa Major.
Al Uzza
(Arabian)
A goddess of the dawn.
Ala
(Nigeria)
A goddess of fertility, morality and of justice.
Ala Ibo
(Nigeria)
A goddess of the earth in its dual aspect of fertility and death.
Ala Muki
(Polynesia)
A river goddess who takes the form of a dragon.
Alaghom Naom Tzentel
(Maya)
The goddess of thought and intellect.
Alaisiagae the
(Celtic/British/Roman)
They are minor goddess.
Alako / Dundra
(Norway/Gypsy)
Sent to the earth as a human to reveal the secret laws and a band of lore of the the gypsies, he stayed over in a the moon.
Alalahe
(Polynesia)
The goddess of love.
Alalu
(Hurrian)
The first heavenly King who lasted for 9 years.
Alalu Ossetian
(Central Caucasians)
A spirit of smallpox and protects women.
Alastor
(Greek)
A mortal that became a minor spirit that avenged evil deeds and demanded vengeance for crimes.
Alat
(Arabic)
An astral goddess.
Alatangana Kono
(East Guinea/West Africa)
One of the two creator deities, this god created land from swamp.
Alaunus
(Celtic)
A local name from the Mannheim area for Mecurius.
Alauwaimis
(Hittite)
This demon drives away evil and sickness.
Albasta
(Slavic)
A goddess of evil.
Albina
(Etruscan)
A dawn goddess and protector of ill fated lovers.
Alcis
(Greek)
A goddess of physical prowess and strength.
Alecto
(Greek)
One of goddesses of vengeance.
Alecto of Eumenides
(Greek)
A goddess of justice.
Alectrona
(Greek)
An early goddess.
Alemona
(Roman)
A goddess of fetuses.
Alephus
(Greek)
A Minor river god.
Alfhild
(Scandinavia)
A goddess of wrestling.
Alfs
(Germanic)
A minor race of gods.
Alignak
(Inuit)
A god of the moon, storms, earthquakes and tides.
Alii Menehune
(Hawaii)
Chief of the Little People.
Alisanos
(Gaul)
A god of stones.
Alk'unta'm
(Bella Coola)
The sun god.
Alkonost
(Russia)
A goddess of the land of the dead and justice.
Allah
(Middle East)
The creator god in the Muslim religion.
Allatu[m]
(West Semitic)
An underworld goddess.
Almaqah
(South Arabia)
An astral god.
Almha
(Irish)
A goddess of the Tuatha De Danann.
Almoshi
(Slavic)
A goddess of healing and cattle.
Aloadae / Aloidae
(Greek)
They were 54 ft. tall and warred with the gods, they lost.
Alom
(Maya)
A sky god that helped 6 other gods create the world.
Alopurbi
(India)
A goddess of hunting.
Alpanu
(Etruscan)
An underworld goddess.
Alpheus
(Greek)
A river god that fell in love with a nymph and had a bad experience Aretimas.
Alphito
(Greek)
A white goddess.
Altan Telgey
(Mongol)
The earth goddess.
Altria
(Etruscan)
An ancient earth goddess.
Aluelp
(Greek)
An Indian nymph, who was passionately loved by Dionysus, but could not be induced to yield to his wishes, until the god changed himself into a tiger, and thus compelled her by fear to allow him to carry her across the river Sollax, which from this circumstance received the name of Tigris.
Aluluei
(Micronesia)
A god of knowledge.
Am-Heh
(Egypt)
An underworld god and minor deity who lives in a lake of fire.
Ama
(Baikal/Siberia)
A goddess of the dark and of the underworld.
Ama No Uzume
(Japan)
The witty goddess of persuasion.
Ama Terasu
(Japan)
The sun goddess queen of the universe.
Ama-arhus / Arad-Ama-arhus / Amat-Ama-arhus
(Babylonia/Akkadia)
A fertility goddess.
Ama-Tsu-Mara
(Japan/Shinto)
The god of smiths.
Amaethon
(Celtic)
A god of agriculture.
Amagandar / Orokannar
(Tungus/Siberia)
Protective female spirits.
Amalthea
(Greek?)
A nymph of springs.
Amasagnul
(Babylon/Akkadia)
She is a fertility goddess.
Amaterasu
(Japanese)
A goddess of war and the sun.
Amaterasu O-Mi-Kami / Amaterasu Omikami
(Japan/Shinto)
The sun goddess.
Amatsu Mikaboshi
(Japan)
A god of evil.
Amaunet
(Egypt)
A fertility goddess.
Amayicoyondi
(Peru)
A goddess of the sky.
Amba Dravidian
(India)
A goddess of the earth.
Amberella
(Baltic)
A goddess of the ocean.
Ambisagrus / Bussumarus
(Britain)
The weather deity.
Ame No Uzume
(Japanese)
A goddess of fertility and happiness.
Ame-No-Kagase-Wo
(Japan/Shinto)
An astral deity that had to be executed.
Ame-No-Mi-Kumari-No-Kami
(Japan/Shinto)
A water goddess.
Ame-No-Minaka-Nushi-No-Kami
(Japan/Shinto)
The supreme god from about 600 CE till now.
Ame-No-Tanabata-Hime-No-Mikoto
(Japan/Shinto)
The goddess of weavers.
Ame-No-Toko-Tachi-No-Kami
(Japan/Shinto)
A primordial deity.
Ame-Waka-Hiko
(Japan/Shinto)
A god that goofed and had to die.
Amelenwa
(Africa)
A goddess of justice.
Amelia / Maitresse Amelia
(Haiti/Vodun)
Loa of Haiti.
Amen
(Egypt)
A primordial creation deity.
Ament
(Libya)
A goddess who welcomes the dead to the after world.
Amesha
(Spentas/Yazatas)
They are gods without being gods and created without being creatures[6 in number].
Ami
(Egypt)
A god of fire.
Amida
(Buddhist/Japan)
A primordial deity.
Amimitl
(Aztec)
A minor god of fish hunters and lakes.
Amitabha
(Buddhist/India)
The fourth Dhyanibuddha.
Amitolane
(Zuni)
The rainbow spirit.
Amm
(South Arabia)
A moon and weather god.
Amma
(Dogon)
The supreme god.
Amma
(Dogon/Mali)
The creator god with a novel story.
Amma
(Dravidian/Tamil/India)
A local god.
Ammavaru
(Hindu/Dravidian/India)
A primordial mother goddess.
Ammit
(Egypt)
He ate the hearts of unworthy souls.
Ammon / Amen
(Egypt)
The god of air, wind, sun, reincarnation, war.
Ammut
(Egypt)
An underworld goddess that eats the hearts of the evil.
Amn
(Egypt)
A goddess of justice.
Amogahasiddhi
(Buddhist)
The fifth meditation Buddha.
Amoghapasa
(Buddhist)
God.
Amon / Amun
(Egypt)
A god of agriculture, fertility and long life.
Amor
(Roman)
A god of love.
Amphion
(Greek)
A god.
Amphitrite
(Greek)
A goddess of the sea.
Amponyinamoa
(Ghana)
A goddess of long life.
Amsu
(Egypt)
A god of fertility.
Amun
(Egypt)
The supreme creator god.
Amunet / Nuit
(Egypt)
A goddess of mystery.
Amurru
(West Semitic)
A minor mountain god.
Amymone
(Greek)
A goddess of springs.
An
(Sumeria)
The god of the Underworld and chief deity.
An Zu
(Assyria)
The goddess of chaos.
Anael
(Babylon)
A goddess of astral light.
Anahita
(Egypt/Babylon)
A goddess of water and war.
Anahita
(Persia)
A goddess of fertility, semen and of water.
Anaitis
(Persia)
A fertility goddess.
Anala
(Hindu/Puranic)
An attendant god.
Ananke
(Greek)
An omnipresent goddess of destiny.
Ananse Ashanti
(Africa)
The creator of the sun, stars, day, moon and night who often intercedes between gods and mortals.
Ananta
(Hindu/Puranic)
A snake god and one of the seven snake deities.
Anantamukhi
(Buddhist)
One of the twelve Dharnis.
Anantesa
(Hindu/Puranic)
A minor deity and 1 of the eight Lords of of knowledge.
Anapel
(Koryak/Siberia)
The goddess who presides over birth and reincarnation.
Anasuya
(Hindu)
A goddess of wisdom.
Anat
(Ugarit)
The warrior virgin, slayer of snakes, life and fertility goddess.
Anat / Anath
(Canaan)
A goddess of war, hunting and love.
Anath
(Phoenicia)
The chief W. Semitic goddess of love and war.
Anatis
(Egypt)
Goddess of the moon.
Anatu
(Mesopotamian)
A goddess of the sky and ruler of the earth.
Anaulikutsai'x
(Bella Coola)
A river goddess that oversees the salmon's cycle of life.
Anbay
(South Arabia)
A god of justice and an oracular source.
Ancasta
(Britain)
A goddess.
Anceta
(Roman)
A goddess of healing.
Anceta
(Kamos Moab (Jordan))
The chief god that when Hellenized became equated with Ares.
Andarta
(Celtic/Gallic)
A fertility goddess most likely.
Andjety
(Egypt)
An underworld god of the ninth nome[district].
Andrasta Icene
(Britain)
A victory goddess.
Andriaahoabu
(Madagascar)
The high Lady that descends to earth on a silver chain.
Andriam Vabi Rano
(Africa)
A goddess of water and lakes.
Androgyne
(Greek)
The man/woman god/goddess.
Andromeda
(Greek)
A goddess of dreams.
Andvari
(Scandivania)
A dwarf that can turn himself into a fish and living in water in.
Anextiomarus
(Roman/British)
A god linked with Apollo.
Angels
(Jewish/Christian/Islam)
These spirits are messengers between the heaven and earth, with nine orders at present.
Angerona
(Roman)
A goddess anguish, secrecy, silence and the winter solstice.
Angina
(Roman)
Another goddess of health, specifically of sore throats.
Angitia
(Greek)
A snake goddess.
Angitia
(Roman)
Early goddess of healing and witchcraft.
Angpetu Wi
(Lakota)
The sun god.
Angru Mainya
(Persia)
An evil underworld god.
Angus
(Celtic)
A god of youth.
Angus Mac Og
(Irish)
One of the Tuatha De Danaan.
Angus Og
(Irish)
A god of love.
Anguta
(Inuit)
A god who lives under the sea and drags down the dead.
Anhouri
(Egypt)
A minor god.
Anhur
(Egypt)
A god of war and hunting.
Ani
(Africa)
A goddess of justice.
Anieros
(Phrygian/Roman)
A goddess of the earth.
Anila
(Hindu/Puranic)
One of the Vasus, gods of the elements of the cosmos.
Aningan
(Inuit)
A moon god called Igaluk in Alaska.
Anjea
(Australia)
A fertility spirit.
Ankalamman
(Hindu/Dravidian)
A Guardian goddess that wards off demons.
Anna Kuari
(Oraon/India)
A local vegetation goddess.
Anna Perenna
(Etruscan)
A goddess of reproduction, wanton love, and of spring.
Annalia
(Africa)
A river goddess.
Annallja Tu Bari
(Sudan)
A goddess of sexuality.
Annapatni
(Hindu)
A goddess of food.
Annapurna
(India)
A goddess of autumn.
Annis
(Celtic)
The black goddess.
Anpao
(Dakota)
The spirit of the dawn.
Anqet
(Libya)
A goddess of water fertility healing and lust.
Ansa
(Hindu/Puranic)
A minor sun god.
Ansar
(Babylonia/Akkadia)
A primordial deity.
Anshur / Ashur / Asshur
(Assyria)
Not only the goddess of the sun, but also the goddess that killed the dragon of chaos during creation.
Antaboga
(Indonesian)
An underworld serpent deity ruling over the production of rice.
Antai
(India)
A goddess of healing and whooping cough.
Antero Vipunen
(Finland)
Deceased giant, protector of deep knowledge and magic.
Anteros
(Etruscan)
The god of passion.
Anteros
(Greek)
The god of returned love.
Antevorta
(Roman)
A goddess of childbirth, the future and prophecy.
Anthat
(Syria)
A war goddess who had a shrine at Thebes.
Antheia
(Greek)
A goddess of spring.
Anti
(Egypt)
A Guardian deity of the eastern sky.
Antu
(Babylon/Akkadia)
She is derived from the older Sumeria Ki.
Anu / Anann / Dana / Dana Ana / Catana
(Irish)
A mother goddess associated with fertility and the primordial mother.
Anu / Anus
(Babylon)
The head of the gods, he had an army of stars to destroy evildoers.
Anuanaitu
(Caribbean)
A goddess of the ocean andwhirlpools.
Anubis
(Egypt)
A god of black magic, death, embalming and funerals.
Anuket
(Egypt)
A goddess of water and of rivers.
Anukis
(Egypt)
A birth goddess and of the cataracts of the lower Nile.
Anulap
(Truk Island)
The sky god.
Anumati
(Sanskrit)
A god of the full moon.
Anunit
(Chaldea)
A goddess of the morning star.
Anunitu
(Babylon)
The goddess of the moon.
Anunnaki
(Babylon)
The seven judges of the Underworld they began as fertility deities.
Anuradha
(Hindu/Puranic)
A minor goddess of fortune, she is benevolent though.
Anus Hurrite
(Hurrian)
The king of heaven who declared war on the father of the gods, he lost.
Anyigba
(Togo/Africa)
A goddess of hunting, luck and healing.
Anzety
(Egypt)
The god and King of Busiris.
Aondo Tiv
(Nigeria)
The creator god that lives in the sky.
Apa
(Hindu/Puranic)
An attendant god.
Apacita
(Peru)
A guardian spirit.
Apacita
(Peru)
A guardian spirit.
Apam Napat
(Persia/Hindu/Vedic)
A god of fresh water.
Apap Teso
(Uganda)
A creator god who as a benevolent sky god brings rain.
Aparajita
(Buddhist/Mahayana)
A minor god/goddess.
Aparajita
(Hindu/Puranic)
A form of Durga.
Aparajita
(Hindu/Puranic)
A god, a form of Rudra.
Apate
(Greek)
The goddess of deceit.
Apaturia
(Greek)
A goddess of evil.
Apedmak
(Sudanese)
A war god.
Apep
(Egypt)
A huge serpent who caused storms and eclipses and ate the sun at evening.
Apesh
(Egypt)
A tortoise god of night, evil, and the powers of darkness.
Apet
(Egypt)
A goddess that protects pregnant women, children, nursing mothers and justice.
Aphaea
(Greek)
A moon goddess?.
Aphrodisias Carian
(South West Turkey)
A fertility goddess.
Aphrodite
(Greek)
A goddess of desire, fertility and sexual love and beauty.
Aphrodite Pandemos
(Greek)
A goddess of sex likely conflated with Aphrodite.
Apis
(Egypt)
A god of fertility.
Apiu
(Etruscan)
A weather god.
Apo
(Peru)
A mountain god.
Apollo
(Greek)
A god of archery, harmony, order, inspiration, intellect, mathematics, medicine, oracles, prophecy, reason, and truth . About a busy little fellow.
Apolonia
(Brazil)
A goddess of healing and toothaches.
Aponibolinayen
(Philippine)
A goddess of the sky.
Apophis
(Egypt)
The demon of darkness.
Apozanoltl
(Aztec/Mexico)
A goddess of running water.
Appias
(Roman)
A fountain nymph.
Apsaras
(Hindu/Vedic)
Protective deities of gamblers and Water spirits.
Apsu
(Babylon)
A god of underground waters.
Apuat
(Egypt)
A jackal headed god who helps the soul choose it's next incarnation.
Aquilo
(Roman)
The god of the west winds.
Aquit
(The Americas)
A moon deity.
Arachne
(Roman)
The mother goddess of Weaving.
Aradia
(Italy/Etruscan)
A Lunar deity?.
Aralo / Aparajita / Aray
(Georgia/Armenia/Crimea)
A god of agriculture.
Aramazd
(Armenia)
A god.
Aranyani
(Hindu/Vedic)
A minor goddess of woodlands.
Aranzahas
(Hittite)
The Tigris river deified.
Arapacana
(Buddhist)
A god.
Ararat
(Anatolia)
The ancient creator goddess.
Araua
(Roman)
A moon goddess [maybe].
Arava
(Rome)
A moon goddess.
Arawa
(Suk/Pokot/Kenya/Uganda)
A moon goddess.
Arawn / Arawyn / Arrawn / Arawen
(Wales)
The god of Annwn ruled the underground .
Arazu
(Babylon)
The god of construction that was completed.
Archons
(Gnostic Christian)
Primordial creator gods.
Ard Greimme
(Irish/Scotland)
Once a sun god.
Ardhanarit
(Savara)
Ammaiappan/Naranari Siva and Sakti combined.
Ardra
(Hindu/Puranic)
A minor goddess of misfortune.
Arduinna
(Roman/Celtic/European)
A goddess of forests and hunting.
Ardvi Sura Anahita / Anahita
(Persia)
The goddess of rivers and water.
Ardwinna / Dea Arduinna
(Britain)
A goddess of woodland and animal.
Arebati
(Bambuti/Congo)
A god.
Areimanios
(Greek)
An underworld god, not nice.
Ares
(Greek)
A god of storms and war.
Arete
(Greek)
A goddess of justice and virtue.
Argante
(British)
A goddess of healing.
Arge
(Greek)
A goddess of hunting.
Ari Au Tchesf
(Egypt)
A lion god.
Ariadne
(Greek)
A goddess of dreams.
Arianrhod
(Wales)
A goddess of fertility and wanton love and mother aspect of the triple goddess.
Arianrod
(Irish)
The goddess of the moon.
Aricia
(Roman)
A goddess of prophetic visions.
Arimanius / Areimaios
(Roman)
An underworld god.
Arinna
(Hittite)
The goddess of the sun.
Aristaeus
(Greek)
The protector of flocks that originated the cultivation of olives.
Aristatos
(Greek)
A god of herdsmen.
Arito / Artio of Muti
(Switzerland)
A goddess of bears, prosperity and the harvest.
Arjuna
(Hindu/Vedic)
A heroic god.
Arma
(Hittite/Hurrian)
A minor moon god.
Armaz
(George)
The supreme god and a warrior deity pre Christian style.
Arnakua'gak
(Inuit)
The old woman of the sea, an animalistic spirit.
Arnamentia
(Celtic)
A goddess of spring waters.
Arnemetia
(Roman/British)
A water goddess known from inscriptions.
Arom
(Kafir/Afghanistan)
A minor goddess contracts.
Arsan Duolai
(Yakut/Siberia)
The chief spirit of the underworld.
Arsay
(Canaan)
An underworld goddess, the third daughter of Baal.
Arsu
(North Arabia)
An astral god.
Artaius
(Gaul)
A god of sheep and cattle herders.
Artemis
(Greek)
A goddess of agriculture, archery, hunting, chastity, virginity, fertility, childbirth,the moon, and of nature.
Arthapratisamvit
(Buddhist)
A goddess of logical analysis.
Artio of Muti / Arito
(Switzerland)
A goddess of bears, prosperity and the harvest.
Aruna
(Hindu)
A god of morning and warriors.
Arundhati
(Hindu/Puranic)
An astral goddess personified as the morning star.
Aruru
(Babylon)
A goddess.
Arvenus
(Gaelic)
A local tribal deity.
Arya-Tara
(Buddhist)
A goddess.
Aryaman
(Hindu/Vedic)
A god of formal hospitality.
Aryong Jong
(Korean)
A goddess of water and rainfall.
As
(Egypt)
A local fertility god.
As ava
(Russia)
The goddess of fresh water.
Asa Poorna
(Chohan/India)
A goddess of happiness.
Asalluha
(Summer/Babylon/Akkadia)
A minor god that acts as a messenger and reporter toEnki.
Asar
(North Arabia)
An equestrian god.
Asase Afua
(Ghana)
A goddess.
Asase Ya Ashanti
(Ghana)
A goddess of the earth, fertility and the creator of humanity.
Asbit
(Egypt)
A goddess of fire.
Ascelpius / Aesculapius
(Greek)
A moral taught medicine Chiron the Centaur and could raise the dead.
Asertu
(Canaan/Hittite)
A fertility goddess.
Asgaya Gigagei
(Cherokee)
The god of thunder.
Ashera
(Phoenicia)
A goddess of fertility.
Asherah
(Canaan)
A goddess of the sea.
Asherali
(Canaan)
The moon goddess of fertility.
Ashi
(India)
A goddess of wisdom.
Ashiakle
(Ghana)
The goddess of wealth, and of the sea.
Ashima
(Semantic)
A moon goddess.
Ashimbabbar
(Semantic)
A moon goddess.
Ashirat
(Akkad)
A goddess of the Evening star.
Ashis
(India)
A goddess of happiness.
Ashkit
(Egypt)
A goddess of wind.
Ashnan / Asnan
(Sumeria)
A goddess of drunkenness, wine and grains.
Ashtaroth
(Phoenicia)
A moon and fertility goddess.
Ashur
(Assyria)
The chief deity of war and fertility.
Ashvins
(Hindu)
Sons of the sun.
Asi
(Persia)
A goddess of wisdom.
Asiaq
(Inuit)
A goddess of weather.
Asima Si
(Brazil)
The goddess of water and fish.
Asintmah
(Athabasca/Canada/USA)
A goddess of midwives.
Asira
(North Arabia)
A little god mentioned only by name.
Asis
(Suk/Pokot/Kenya/Uganda)
A sun god.
Askelpios
(Greek)
The god of healing and physicians.
Aslea[s]
(Hindu)
A minor goddess of misfortune.
Aso
(Egypt)
A goddess of justice.
Asokottamasri
(Buddhist/Tibet)
A physician god.
Asopos
(Greek)
A local river god.
Aspalis
(West Semitic)
A hunting goddess.
Asrael
(Islam)
The angel of death who takes the soul from the body.
Asratum
(Canaan)
A fertility goddess.
Assur
(Babylon/Akkadia)
National deity of Assyria.
Astabis / Zamama / Ninurta
(Hurrian/Akkadia)
A warrior god.
Astamastara
(Hindu/Puranic)
A group of mother goddesses.
Astapaios
(Gnostic Christian)
The Prime parent ruling the seven heavens of chaos in gnostic mythology.
Astar
(Ethiopia)
An astral god.
Astaroth
(West Semitic)
A fertility goddess who deals with sheepherders.
Astarte
(Canaan)
A goddess of hunting.
Astarte
(Egypt)
A goddess of war.
Astarte
(Syria)
A goddess of the moon.
Astarte / Ashtoreth
(Phoenicia/Babylon/Assyria/conference/Canaan)
A goddess of fertility, sacred love, sexuality and of sex and the moon .
Asterodeia
(Roman)
Another moon goddess.
Asthertet
(Syria)
A goddess of horses, war and the moon.
Astlik
(Georgia/Crimea)
A pre Christian astral goddess.
Astoreth
(Palestine/Israel/Lebanon)
A fertility goddess.
Astraea
(Greek/Roman)
A goddess of justice, truth, of purity, innocence and modesty.
Astraeos
(Greek)
A god of astronomy and star light.
Astrik
(Slavic)
A goddess.
Asuha-No-Kami
(Japan/Shinto)
A god of courtyards.
Asuras
(Hindu/Vedic)
Sky gods that become demons.
Asurkumara
(Jain)
Youthful gods associated with rain and thunder.
Asvayujau
(Hindu/Puranic)
Minor goddess of fortune.
Asvins
(Hindu/Vedic)
Physician twin gods.
At Em
(Egypt)
A goddess of time.
Ataa Naa Nyongmo Gan
(Ghana)
The creator god that controls the sun and the rain, call causes disasters as epidemics and and earthquakes if you don't follow his rules.
Atabei / Attabeira
(Cuba)
An earth goddess.
Ataecina
(Roman/Iberia)
An underworld goddess.
Atahensic
(Iroquois)
The sky goddess who fell to the earth at the beginning of creation.
Atai
(Africa)
A goddess of justice.
Atalacamani
(Aztec/Mexico)
The goddess of ocean storms.
Atanea
(Greek)
A goddess of the ocean and the dawn.
Atanea
(Marquesas Island)
A dawn goddess.
Atar
(Iran)
The god of all fire.
Atargatis
(Syria)
A goddess of lakes, fertility and nature.
Atasamain
(North Arabia)
An astral deity.
Ate
(Greek)
A goddess of discord, evil, error, infatuation and justice.
Atea
(Marquesas Island)
The god of light.
Aten
(Egypt)
The sun god.
Atete
(Ethiopia)
A goddess taken over by the Christians as the Virgin Mary.
Athena / Athene / Pallus Athena
(Greek)
A goddess of war, architecture, astronomy, science, of horses, intellect and wisdom, oxen, of purity, reason and spinning.
Athirat
(Canaan)
A goddess of the ocean and official wife of El.
Athor
(Egypt)
A goddess of light.
Athtart / Astarte
(Canaan)
The goddess of fertility and sex.
Atida
(Uganda/Africa)
A goddess of hunting and rain.
Atira
(Pawnee)
A goddess of the earth and of the Evening star.
Atl
(Aztec)
A god of water.
Atlacoya
(Aztec/Mexico)
The goddess of drought.
Atlahua
(Aztec)
A minor god of lakes and fishermen.
Atlaonin
(Aztec)
One of the names of the mother goddess.
Atlas
(Greek)
A Titan that has to hold up the sky forever, he irritated Zeus.
Atma
(India)
The divine spark, whatever that is, in humans.
Atoja
(Peru)
A goddess of rain.
Atropos
(Greek)
Oldest of the Fates.
Attabeira Atahensic
(Iroquois)
The sky goddess who fell to earth.
Attar
(West Semitic/Canaan)
A god of the morning star.
Attis
(Roman)
A god of plants.
Atua Fafine Tikopia
(Polynesia)
A creator being.
Atua I Kafika Tikopia
(Polynesia)
The supreme god viewed as a intercessor rather than a Controller.
Atua I Raropuka Tikpoa
(Polynesia)
Another creator deity.
Atugan
(Mongolia)
The goddess of earth and the source of all life whose power is beyond understanding but can be bestowed.
Atum
(Egypt)
A bisexual god of water.
Atunis
(Etruscan)
A god similar to Adonis.
Au
(Gilbert Island)
The sun god and sky lord.
Au Co
(Vietnamese)
The creator of humanity.
Auchimalgen
(Chile)
A moon goddess.
Audjal Caroline
(Islands)
The earth goddess.
Aufaniae
(Celtic)
A collective name for some of mother goddesses.
Augeus
(Greek)
A god of healing.
Augralids
(Greek)
A goddesses of justice.
Auilix
(Maya)
The god of dawn.
Aura
(Greek)
A goddess of morning and of the wind.
Aurita
(Roman)
A goddess that heals earaches.
Aurora
(Roman)
A goddess of warriors and of the dawn.
Ausaitis
(Lithuania)
The god of health.
Auseklis
(Latvia)
A goddess linked to fertility, involved in the the heavenly bathhouse.
Auset
(Egypt)
The goddess of Sirius.
Austeja
(Lithuania)
The bee goddess.
Austrine
(Lithuania/Baltic)
The goddess of the dawn.
Autyeb
(Egypt)
A goddess of happiness, Joy.
Auxesia
(Greek)
A goddess of growth.
Avalokitesvara
(Buddhist/India)
A Buddha designate.
Avatar
(Hindu)
An incarnation of a deity.
Avatea
(Hervy Island)
A moon god.
Averruncus
(Roman)
A goddess of childbirth, specifically of the delivery.
Aversa
(Etruscan)
A goddess pictured carrying an ax.
Aveta
(Celtic)
A goddess of healing waters.
Avfruvva
(Finish)
A goddess of rivers.
Avrikiti Fon
(Benin)
The goddess of fisherman.
Awitelin Tsita
(Zuni)
A goddess of the earth.
Awonawilona
(North America)
Chief deity.
Axiocersa
(Phrygian)
A goddess of the earth.
Axo Mama
(Peru)
The goddess of the potato crops.
Aya
(Mesopotamia)
The goddess of dawn and war.
Ayaba
(Dahomean)
The goddess of the hearth.
Ayas
(Hittite)
He is the keeper of the old tablets with the words of fate.
Ayauhteot
(Chile)
A moon goddess.
Ayauhteotl
(Aztec)
A goddess of fog and mist.
Ayida
(Haiti)
A goddess of rainbows.
Ayiyanayaka
(Sri Lanka)
A god of fields and woodland that protects against plague.
Ayizan
(Haiti)
A goddess that protects the market place.
Aylekete / Agbe
(Africa)
A god of the sea and a member of the Vodun gods.
Ayt'ar
(Slavic)
The god of procreation.
Ayurvasita
(Buddhist)
A minor goddess.
Ayyapan
(Hindu)
A god of growth.
Azacca
(Haiti)
A god of agriculture.
Azele Yaba
(Africa)
A goddess of justice.
Azer Ava
(Finno/Ugric)
A goddess of the sky.
Azer Ava
(Slavic)
A goddess of justice.
Azi
(Buryat)
Red headed earth spirits that like human company, they appreciate eloquence, musical talent, tobacco, tea, and of all and reward models that please them. Those that irritate them forfeit their souls.
Aziri
(Africa)
Goddess of possessions.
Azizos
(Palmyra)
An astral god representing the the morning star.
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