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List of Gods
NameOriginDescription
Inuus Roman A god that protected herds
Io/ Khio New Zealand The chief god who appears to be known only to the nobility & the priests
Ioskeha Iroquois Creator of the first man & woman
Ipalnemohuani Aztec The supreme deity
Ipet/ Ipi Egypt She started life as a hippopotamus goddess
Ipy Egypt A mother goddess that occasionally will wet nurse the king
Irene Greek A goddess of peace
Iris Greek A goddess of the rainbow
Irmin Germanic A war god
Irmiongot Germanic This possibly Irmin, found in The Hildebrandslied, strangely the poem shows Christian influence
Irsirra Hurrite She is the goddess of fate
Iruwa Kenya A sun & war god
Irvun Congo/ Tanzania/ Cameroon a sun god
Isa Buddhist A guardian deity
Isa Hindu/ Puranic An aspect of Siva
Isakakate Crow The supreme being
Isamba Africa A moon goddess
Isara Mesopotamia/ Babylon/ Akkadia/ W. Semitic A goddess of marriage & childbirth who dealt with the enforcement of oaths
Isdes Egypt A chthonic god of death
Isdustaya Proto-Hattic A goddess of of fate
Ises Africa A goddess of bow & arrow
Ishi-Kori-Dome Japan/ Shinto A god/ goddess of stonecutters
Ishkur Mesopotamia The god of rain
Ishtar/ Inanna Babylonia She was the goddess of sexuality & of love and war
Isi India A goddess
Isinu Akkadia/ Mesopotamia this god, a messenger, was a dual faced god
Isis Egypt A goddess of childbirth, death, the earth, fertility, marital devotion, motherhood, healing, home, magic, the moon & the mother goddess
Iskur Mesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Iraq The chief rain & thunder god
Island of Flame Egypt Though not a god, without yet it eight gods would never have came into being
Ismud Mesopotamia/ Sumeria A dual faced messenger god
Israfil Islam The angel that blows of the trumpet of doom at the last call for of the universe
Issaki Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic A goddess walking around with a headless child
Issitoq Inuit This god looks for those that break the rules
Istadevata Buddhist/ Tibet A tutelary god
Istadevata Hindu A generic title for a personal God or a house icon
Istanu Hittite A god of judgment who was also a sun god
Istar/ Estar Mesopotamia/ Babylon/ Akkadia A goddess of fertility & war known as the star of heaven
Istaran Mesopotamia/ Sumeria A tutelary god of the city of Der
Isten Hungary The chief deity
Isten/ Isden . A god known from the the Middle Kingdom & later
Istustaya Hittite One of the deities who awaited the return of Telipinus
Isum Mesopotamia/ Babylon/ Akkadia A minor god, possibly a god of fire
Isvara Hindu An epitaph of Siva
Itaba Haiti Ancestor goddess
Itchita Yakut/ Siberia This goddess of the earth prevents illness
Ithm Canaan The god of herds, usually sheep
Itonde Mongo/ Nkuando Zaire the god of death & hunters
Ituana Brazil A goddess of the afterworld
Itzam Cab Mayan A chthonic earth god as well as a god of fire
Itzam Na/ Hun Itzamna/ Yaxcocahmut Maya Another creator god, water, agriculture, drawing, healing, medicine & the moon
Itzcoliuhqui Aztec A god of volcanoes, destruction & of the night
Itzcutintli Aztec a guardian goddess of the home
Itzli Aztec a God of justice
Itzpapalotl Aztec She is a goddess of agriculture
Itzpapalotl-Itzcyeye Aztech A minor mother goddess who was found only in the Valley of Mexico
Iubdan of the Faylinn Irish An Ulster god
Iunones Greek/ Roman The goddesses of femininity
Iusaas Egypt A creator goddess
Iuturna Roman A goddess of springs & who was real handy in times of drought
Ix Ahau Maya A moon goddess
Ix Ch'up Maya A goddess of the moon
Ix Chebel Yax Maya A goddess of teaching, childbirth, the moon, sexual relations, storms & water
Ix Kanan Maya The vegetation goddess that takes care of bean plant
Ix Ku Maya A goddess of rain
Ix Zacal Nok Mayan The inventor of weaving as well as a creator goddess
Ixbalanque/ Hunapu . this god of the moon is also be twin of Hunahpu
Ixchel/ Ix Chel Maya She is the goddess of the moon
Ixcozauhqui Aztec Associated with paternalism & A god of fire
Ixmucane Maya Yet another of the 13 gods that created humans
Ixnetli Aztec A goddess of weavers
Ixpiyacoc Maya This god is also guilty of creating humans
Ixpuztec Aztec A minor underworld god
Ixquimilli-Itzlacoliuhqui Aztec/ Mexico A god of justice
Ixtab Maya She is the goddess of the hanged & suicides
Ixtab Mexican A goddess of justice
Ixtlilton Aztec He is the god of healing, feasting & games
Iya Lakota The the spirit of all that is evil
Iyatiku Navaho/ Pueblo sheet is the mother of maize & humans
Izanagi/ Izanagi No Kami Japan/ Shinto One of the 17 creator gods & the male primeval god
Izanami-No-Kami/ Izamnami Japan/ Shinto A creator goddess who died and giving birth to the fire god as well as the primeval female goddess
Izquitecatl Aztec A fertility god personified by the Maguey plant
Ja neb'a Samoyed/ Siberia A benevolent earth goddess
Jabru Elamite/ Iran A sky god, a rather minor one
Jagannath Hindu An epitaph for Krisna
Jagaubis Hindu A fire God
Jagganath/ Juggernaut Hindu The god whose name means Lord of the World
Jakomba Bangala Zaire A god of morality that controls human thought
Jamaina Brazil An ocean goddess
Jambhala Buddhist/ Mayhayana A god of riches that may stand upon a man or a conch
Jamma Phonecia/ Canaan A god of of water, to be primarily a sea god
Jana Roman A moon goddess
Janavasita Buddhist A minor goddess affiliated with knowledge or the control of knowledge
Jandira Brazil A sea goddess
Janguli Buddhist A goddess of healing & snakebites
Janus Roman The two faced god of beginnings, arches, doors, entrances & gates
Jar Sub Turkey This is the god of the universe
Jarih/ Erah Canaan A Moon god
Jarina Belem/ Brazil A goddess of happiness, joy & a tree goddess
Jarovit W. Slavic He is considered a war god
Jarri Hittite This god of plague & pestilence was also a god that helped the king in battle
Jaso Greek A goddess of health & recovery Iaso
Jata Borneo A goddess of the sky
Jawhe/ Jahve/ Jehovah Israel Thought to be a mountain god prior to becoming the god of Israel, Mount Sinai is his suspected mountain
Jaya-Vijaya Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic A twin goddess, possibly forms of Durga
Jayakara Buddhist A god that rides in a cage drawn by Cockatoos
Jayanta Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic A god who is one of the 11 forms of the god Rudra
Jayatara Buddhist/ Mayhayana A minor goddess
Jedza Poland Equivalent of Baba Yaga
Jehovah Christian A creator god, this form was created by the the Jehovah witnesses & is not considered a true name of this god
Jen An China The god of robbers
Jetaita Yamama Tirerra del Fuego and earth spirits of the fearful type
Jia Shi China A goddess & stellar deity
Jian Lao China/ Buddhist A goddess of the earth & permanence
Jinn Arabic A class of demonic beings that started out as a nature spirits
Jizo Bosatsu China/ Japan The great protector of suffering humanity
Jnanadakini Buddhist/ Mayhayana A goddess associated with, or whose name means, knowledge
Jnanaparamita Buddhist A philosophical deity
Joda mate Latvia Mother of the evil one
Jogah Iroquois Dwarf nature spirits
Joh Egypt The original word for the moon god in Thebes
Jok Africa A creator god
Jokinam Lake Albert/ E. Africa A lake god
Jokwa Asian A goddess of justice
Jord Icelandic/ Germanic An earth goddess mentioned in the Edda by Snorri
Jori-Torem Vogul She is the goddess of foreman who supervised Num's work
Jubbu jang sangne Brazil The goddess of the Jurema & a sacred tree
Juck Shilluck Africa This is the creator of the world
Julana Jumu The chief god
Julunggul Aus. A creator god that was the bringer of culture & identified with of the rainbow-snake
Julunggul Aus. A goddess of initiations & waterfalls
Juma Mari/ Finnish/ Ugart the sky god whose name is also associated with spirits of earth, water, wind, & the home
Jumala Finland A 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.
Jumala Finnish A god who it is not only a sky god but it is but by air to closely supreme god as well
Jumala Russian A goddess of war
Jumis Latvia A fertility god
Jumit Egypt A local goddess of El Tod
Junkgowa Aus. An ancestor goddess who lived during the dreamtime & a goddess of the sea
Juno Roman A goddess of marriage, motherhood & childbirth
Juno Caelestis Carthage The tutelary goddess of Roman Carthage
Junrojin Japan/ Shinto A god of luck, one of seven
Juok and Bunzi The creator of all men
Jupiter Roman A god of astronomy, Jupiter, light, lightning, thunder, weather, wisdom
Juras Mate/ Jurasmat Latvia A goddess of the sea
Jurate Baltic A goddess of the ocean
Jurojin Japanese A god of longevity & luck
Juterna/ Juturna Roman A goddess of healing & springs invoked during drought
Juventas Roman A goddess of youth
Jvartaharisvara Hindu A plague god associated with malaria
Jw/ Ja'u/ Jawi Syria This 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
Jyeshtha Hindu The goddess of bad luck
Jyotiska Jain/ India The stellar gods, there are five classes
K'daai Yakut/ Siberia A fire demon that originated working in wrought iron
K'pop'ala E. Georgia A protective god
KRSNA/ Kannan Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic/ Tamil An incarnation of Vishnu known as the dark one
Ka Ahu Pahay Hawaiia A goddess of the ocean
Ka Ata Killa Peru A moon goddess
Ka Tyeleo Senufo Ivory Coast A creator god
Ka'cak Asiatic/ Inuit A sea spirit & of rather unpleasant habits
Kaang/ Khu/ Kho/ Thora Bushmen/ Africa The supreme god
Kabandha India The chief demon and the epic of the Ramayana
Kabeiroi Greek The blacksmith gods
Kabirroi Greek bees were of vegetation and deities, commonly thought of as twins & Mail
Kabrakan Maya An earthquake god
Kabta Mesopotamia/ Sumeria The god of bricks
Kades Canaan A fertility goddess usually shown sky clad
Kadi Assyria The goddess of justice
Kadlu Inuit The thunder spirit[female]
Kadru Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic A goddess that was the mother of the Nagas[snake demons]
Kagutsuchi Japan A god of fire
Kahdir/ Al Kahdir N. Africa A vegetation god of the got his immortality by drinking from the well of life
Kahilan Arabic A tutelary god known only from inscriptions
Kahindo Zaire A goddess of fire
Kai Yum Maya A god of music
Kaiamunu Papua/ New Guinea A demon that plays a large part in initiation ceremony for boys
Kaikara Bunyoro Uganda A harvest goddess
Kaka Mesopotamia/ Babylon/ Akkadia Another minor god with political pull
Kakaku Japan/ Shinto A river god invoked to protect houses against fire
Kakia Greek A goddess of vice
Kakupacat Maya A war god with a shield of fire
Kala Hindu/ Puranic/ Vedic A god of death
Kalacakra Buddhist/ Mayhayana/ Tibet A tutelary god that is personally selected
Kaladuti Buddhist/ Mayhayana A goddess whose name means messenger of death
Kalavikarnika Hindu/ Puranic a fever goddess
Kaldas Russia A goddess of cattle
Kalevanpoika (son/ man of Kaleva) Finland A giant hero who can cut down forests and mow down huge meadows, identical with Estonian national epic hero Kalevipoeg.
Kali Hindu/ Puranic/ India A goddess of cemeteries, destruction & death that helped dance the universe into existence
Kali Jain A goddess of learning
Kalika Buddhist/ Mayhayana A goddess common often seen standing upon a corpse
Kalisia Pygmy/ Zaire/ Congo A creator god that is the guardian of hunters & the jungle forests
Kaliya Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic A minor serpent god, a Naga
Kalki[n] Hindu/ Vedic/ Puranic/ Epic This god will be the 10th avatar of Visnu that rewards good & punishes people
Kallingenia Greek A rather obscure goddess of birth found only in the ritual texts of Athens
Kalma Finnish A goddess of death
Kaltes Vogul/ Siberia A goddess of birth
Kaltesh Ugric W. Siberia A goddess concerned with the birth & destiny of the child
Kalunga Ndonga S. Africa The creator of all things
Kam,enae/ Camenae Italy Goddesses unbowed of springs & wells with a shrine in Rome where of the of vestal virgins got their water
Kama Hindu A god of love & desire
Kama-Gami Japan/ Shinto The god of potters
Kama/ Kama[Deva] Hindu/ Puranic/ Indian A god of love & carnal desire