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Jengu - (Sawa) deity of water spirits (also, the name for the water spirits themselves)
Mami Wata - Goddess of Beauty (one of the water spirits); Accompanied by a snake and wealth.
Waaq - (Ororomo) Single supreme and universal deity (creator of day and night)
Jah - A name for God (Rastafari)
Ngai - Supreme god, lives on the holy mountain Kirinyaga (Mount Kenya). (Maasai)
Mwari - (Shona people of Zimbabwe)
Nyadenga - (Shona people of Zimbabwe)
Musikavanhu - "The Creator" (Shona people of Zimbabwe)
Altjira - God of Dreams
Anjea - Fertility goddess
Bagadjimbiri - Two brothers and creator gods
Baiame - God of rain
Bamapana - A trickster god who causes discord
Banaitja - A creator god
Bobbi-Bobbi - Supernatural being who lived in the heavens in the Dreamtime
Bunjil - The supreme god, represented as an eagle
Daramulum - Son of Baiame
Dilga - Goddess of fertility and growth
Djanggawul - Three siblings, two female and one male, who created the landscape of Australia
Eingana - Creator goddess
Galeru - A rainbow snake who swallowed the Djanggawul
Gnowee - A solar goddess
Julana - A lecherous spirit who surprises women
Julunggul - A rainbow snake goddess
Karora - A creator god
Kidili - Ancient moon-man
Kunapipi - Mother goddess (patron deity of heroes)
Mangar-kunjer-kunja - Lizard god who created humans
Numakulla - Two sky gods who created all life on Earth
Pundjel - Creator god
Ulanji - Snake-ancestor of the Binbinga
Wawalag - Sisters who were daughters of Djanggawul
Wuriupranili - A solar goddess
Yurlungur - Mythological copper snake
Azeban - trickster
Bmola - bird spirit
Gluskab - kind protector of humanity
Malsumis - cruel, evil god
Tabaldak - the creator
Gitche Manitou - Great Spirit
Chalchiuhtlicue - Goddess of lakes and streams
Cinteotl - God of maize (corn)
Coyolxauhqui - Goddess of the moon
Ehecatl - God of the wind
Huehueteotl - God of the hearth, the fire of life
Huitzilopochtli - God of the sun, fire, and war
Ilamatecuhtli- Goddess of the earth, death, and the milky way.
Itztlacoliuhqui-Ixquimilli - God of hard stone
Mayahuel - Goddess of maguey
Mictlantecuhtli - God of death
Ometeotl - God/dess of heaven
Quetzalcoatl - God of the breath of life
Tepeyollotl - God of earthquakes
Tezcatlipoca - God of discord
Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli - God of dawn
Tlaloc - God of rain and lightning
Toci - Goddess of earth
Tonacatecuhtli - God of food
Xipe Totec - God of spring
Xochipilli - Flower god
Xochiquetzal - Love Goddess
Apo - mountain god
Apocatequil - god of lightning
Chasca - Goddess of dawn, twilight, and Venus
Coniraya - moon god
Ekkeko - god of hearth and wealth
Illapa - weather god
Inti/Punchau - sun god
Kon - god of rain and wind from the south
Mama Allpa - multi-breasted fertility Goddess
Mama Cocha - Goddess of sea and fish
Mama Pacha - dragoness fertility Goddess
Mama Quilla - moon Goddess
Mama Zara - Goddess of grain
Pacha Kamaq - creator god
Pariacaca - water god
Supay - god of death
Urcaguary - god of metal and jewels
Viracocha - creator of civilization
Ah Kin - solar god
Bacabs - gods of the four directions
Balam - protective jaguar gods
Chaac - rain god
Gukumatz - feathered serpent god
Itzamna - founder of the Maya culture
Ixchel - jaguar goddess of midwifery
Xbalanque and Hunahpu - Maya Hero Twins
Yum Caax - god of wild plants and animals
Abellio - god of apple trees
Agrona - a British Goddess of strife and war
Alaunus/Fin - god of the sun, healing, and prophecy
Ambisagrus - god of thunder and lightning
Ancamna - a Gaelic-Roman water Goddess
Andarta - a Gaelic warrior Goddess
Andraste - a Celtic Goddess thanked by Boudica for victories against the Romans
Anextiomarus - a British equivalent of Apollo
Artio - Goddess of the bear
Aveta - Goddess of female-fertility, childbirth and midwives, also associated with all fresh water.
Belatu-Cadros - a British war god
Belenus - "Shining One", associated with fire and healing
Belisama - goddess connected with lakes and rivers, fire, crafts and light, consort of Belenus
Borvo - deity was associated with mineral springs, hot springs and healing
Bridget (goddess) she was know to make iga laugh
Camma - hunting goddess
Camulus - god of war
Cernunos - horned nature god associated with produce and fertility
Cissonius - equivalent of mercury, probably a god of trade and protector of travellers
Cocidus - god of war, hunting, forests, groves and wild fields
Condatis - associated with rivers and healing
Coventina - Goddess of wells and springs
Dagda - supreme god of Irish mythology (always referred to as "the Dagda")
Damara - British fertility Goddess
Danu - the mother of the gods, other spellings are Dana, Ana, Anu
Dewi - an old Welsh God
Dylan Ail Don - Welsh sea God, brother of Lleu
Epona - Goddess of horses, donkeys and mules
Fagus - god of beech trees
Glanis - a Gaelic healing god
Grannus - god of the sun, healing and mineral springs
Loucetios - a war and thunder god
Manannan mac Lir
Maponos - god of youth
Morrigan - war Goddess (always referred to as "the Morrigan")
Nantosuelta - Goddess of fire and fertility
Nemain - war Goddess
Nemetona - Goddess of temples and sacred groves
Ogma - god of scholars, education, writing and eloquence
Rhiannon - Goddess of the moon
Robur - god of oak trees
Rosmerta - Goddess of fertility and abundance
Rudianos - Gaelic war god
Segomo - Gaelic war god
Sirona - healing deity, associated with healing springs
Smertrios - Gaelic war god
Sucellus - Gaelic god of agriculture, forests, and alcoholic drinks
Sulis - Goddess of spring water
Tamesis - Goddess of water
Taranis - god of thunder
Eostre, Goddess of spring
Fríge, counterpart to the Norse Frigg. Friday comes from her name.
Ingui Fréa, counterpart to the Norse Frey
Seaxnéat, the founder of the Saxon race
Thor, the same god as the Norse deity of the same name. Thursday comes from his name.
Tiw, counterpart to the Norse Tyr. Tuesday comes from the name of this god.
Wéland, counterpart to the Norse Volundr
Wóden, counterpart to the Norse Odin. Wednesday comes from the name of this god.
Baldr - God of radiance, peace, and rebirth. Consort: Nanna
Borr - Father of Óðinn, Vili and Ve. Consort: Bestla
Bragi - God of poetry. Consort: Iðunn
Búri - The first god and father of Borr.
Dagr - God of the daytime, son of Delling and Nótt.
Delling - God of dawn and father of Dagr by Nótt.
Eir - Goddess of healing.
Forseti - God of justice, peace and truth. Son of Baldr and Nanna.
Freya - Goddess of fertility, wealth, love, beauty, magic, prophecy, war, battle, and death. Consort: Óðr
Freyr - God of the masculine virility. Consort: Gerð
Frigg - Goddess of marriage and motherhood. Consort: Óðinn
Fulla - Frigg´s handmaid.
Gefjun - Goddess of fertility and plough.
Hel - Queen of Hel, the Norse underworld.
Heimdallr (Rígr) - One of the Æsir and guardian of Ásgarð, their realm.
Hermóðr - Óðinn's son.
Hlín - Goddess of consolation.
Höðr - God of winter.
Hœnir - The silent god.
Iðunn - Goddess of youth. Consort: Bragi.
Jörð - Goddess of the Earth. Mother of Þórr by Óðinn.
Kvasir - God of inspiration.
Lofn - Goddess of love.
Loki - Trickster and god of mischief, strife and fire. Consort: Sigyn (also called Saeter)
Máni - God of Moon.
Mímir - Óðinn´s uncle.
Nanna - An Ásynja married with Baldr and mother to Forseti.
Nerþus - A goddess mentioned by Tacitus. Her name is connected to that of