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Gonaqade't Chilat US PNW A sea god
Gonaqadet Tlingit The spirit of the sea. Tlingit
Gondas Lithuanian A local god of domesticity and human sexuality. Lithuanian
Gondul Norse A valkyrie. Norse
Gong Gong China Water god who is responsible for the great floods, together with his associate, Xiang Yao who has nine heads and the body of a snake. China
Gopul Norse A heavenly river. Norse
Gor Africa God of thunder Africa
Goraknath Hindu Guardian god who is an avatar of Siva Hindu
Gorga Greek wife of Hyppothooa.
Gorge Greek A daughter of Oeneus and Althaea, and the wife of Andraemon. When Artemis metamorphosed her sisters into birds, on account of their unceasing lamentations about their brother Meleager, Gorge and Deianeira alone were spared. Greek
Gorgo Greek According to the Odyssey, was one of the frightful phantoms in Hades. In the Iliad the Aegis of Athena contains the head of Gorgo, the terror of her enemies.
Gorgophon Greek wife of Proteus.
Gorgophone Greek A daughter of Perseus and Andromeda. Her name means "Gorgon Slayer", a tribute to her father who killed Medusa, the mortal Gorgon. Gorgophone is a central figure in the history of Sparta, having been married to two kings, Oebalus of Sparta (actually Lakonia, Sparta's region) and Perieres of Messenia, the region to the west of Lakonia which Sparta, in the late 8th or early 7th century B.C. enslaved. Greek
Gotzone Basque An angel messenger. Basque
Gou Mang & Ru Shu China These are the messengers of the sky god
Gou Mang and Ru Shu China Messengers of the sky god China
Govannon Welsh A smith and the son of the goddess Don. He killed his nephew, Dylan Eil Don, not knowing who he was. One of the tasks given to Culhwch if he were to win the hand of Olwen was to get Gofannon to sharpen Amaethon's plough. Welsh
Graabak Norse One of the serpents under Ygdrasil. Norse
Graad Norse A heavenly river. Norse
Graces Roman Roman version of the Greek Charities. Roman
Graces/ Gratiae Roman These are the Roman version of the Greek Charities
Graeae Greek That is, " the old women," were daughters of Phorcys and Ceto. They had grey hair from their birth. Hesiod mentions only two Graeae, viz. Pephredo and Enyo; Apollodorus adds Deino as a third, and Aeschylus also speaks of three Graeae. Greek
Graeae/ Graii Greek The three old women or gray ones
Grafvitner Norse Serpents under Ygdrasil. Norse
Grahamatrka Buddhist A goddess whose name means demon mother
Grahamatrka Buddhist Goddess whose name means demon mother. Buddhist
Grahamatrka Nepal Goddess and stellar deity. Nepal
Grainne Ireland/Scotland/Manx Master herbalist and Goddess of the sun. Ireland/Scotland/Manx
Gramadevata India Generic term for the local tutelary gods India
Grangousier Utopia King of Utopia, who married, in "the vigour of his old age," Gargamelle, daughter of the king of the Parpaillons, and became the father of Gargantua, the giant. He is described as a man in his dotage, whose delight was to draw scratches on the hearth with a burnt stick while watching the broiling of his chestnuts. (Rabelais: Gargantua.)
Grannos Celtic A god of healing & springs
Grannus Roman A god of healing affiliated with hot springs & mineral waters
Grannus aka Grannos Celtic God of healing affiliated with hot springs and mineral waters. Celtic
Granozin Celtic Another angel of the 2nd hour of the night, this time serving under Farris.
Grantorto Ireland A giant who withheld the inheritance of Irena. Ireland
Grateful Buddhist Commemoration Stanza to Sakyamuni Buddha. Buddhist
Gratiae Greek Greek Triple goddessess similary to the Graces.
Grdhrasya Buddhist Minor goddess whose name translates to face of a vulture Buddhist
Great Father Celtic The Horned God, The Lord. Lord of the winter, harvest, land of the dead, the sky, animals, mountains, lust, powers of destruction, regeneration. Represents the male principle of creation. Celtic
Great Mother Celtic Represents the female principle of creation. Goddess of fertility, the Moon, summer, flowers, love, healing, the seas, water. Celtic
Green Dragon George A public-house sign in compliment to St. George.
Greip Norse One of Heimdal's nine giant mothers. Norse
Gremory Roman A strong Duke of Hell who tells all things past, present and future, about hidden treasures, and procures the love of women, young and old, but especially maidens.
Grhadevi India God of the household. India
Grial Jewish A guardian angel of the 5th Heaven who appears on anti-Lilith amulets. Jewish
Grian Ireland Faery goddess from County Tipperary and a goddess of war. Ireland
Grid Norse Goddess of strength. Norse
Griffin Greek Griffon or Gryphon, has the body of a lion and the head and wings of an eagle. In heraldry the griffin was thought to be an especially powerful and majestic creature.
Grigori Jewish A group of fallen angels told of in Biblical apocrypha who mated with mortal women, giving rise to a race of hybrids known as the Nephilim, who are described as giants. Jewish demonology
Grimner Norse A kind of hood or cowl covering the upper part of the face. Grimner is a name of Odin from his traveling in disguise. Norse
Grismadevi India Seasonal goddess who looks after summer, time, cycles, recreation and rest. India
Groa Norse The giantess mother of Orvandel. Thor went to her to have her charm the flint-stone out of his forehead. Norse
Gu Fon A blacksmith-god who took the shape of a trowel and made human beings from the celestial dung-heap. Fon
Gua West Africa Supreme god who created the universe and takes a special interest in agriculture, blacksmiths and thunder. West Africa
Guabancex Caribbean Goddess of the winds and rain Taino/Caribbean
Guabarel Roman The angel who makes the leaves fall in autumn. Occult Lore
Guabonito Haiti The sea goddess who teaches people about medicines & health
Guaire Ireland Guardian god/spirit of Bruigh. Ireland
Guaire/ Boinne Guary Irish Guardian god/ spirit of Bruigh
Guamaonocon Antilles The supreme being. Antilles
Guan Di Chinese The god of martial arts. Chinese
Guan Yin China Goddess of mercy China
Guan Yin/ Guanyin Chinese The goddess of mercy
Guan Yu China Deified in the Sui Dynasty as the epitome of loyalty and righteousness. China
Guardian-Angel Roman An angelic spirit which presides over the destiny of each individual.
Gubaba Assyria A little known god from Assyria
Gubarra Sumerian Fire goddess. Sumerian
Gucumatz Mayan ("feathered serpent") was a feathered snake god, one ofthe gods who created Earth and humanity. Mayan
Gucup Cakix Mayan An evil giant, who pretended to be both the sun and the moon. Mayan
Gudratrigakwitl Wiyot God who created the universe by spreading his arms. Wiyot
Guebres Persia Fire worshippers. Persia
Guede l'Oraille Haiti A goddess of violent storms
Guede l'Oreille Haiti Goddess of violent storms. Haiti
Gugulanna Mesopotamia/Sumeria "Great Bull of Heaven". Husband of Ereshkigal, Queen of the Netherworld. Mesopotamia/Sumeria
Guhyasamaja Buddhist "Treatise on the Sum Total of Mysteries". Protective deity. Buddhist
Gui Xian China The great Tortoise, one of the four Holy Animals of Chinese mythology and a symbol of Longevity and Immortality. China
Gui Xian/ Gui China These demonic beings are descended from people that had either drowned &/ or committed suicide & could not be reincarnated
Guinechen Araucanian A god whose fights with Pillan the thunder-god and Guecufu king of the demons keeps the universe in equilibrium. Araucanian
Guinevere British Legendary queen consort of King Arthur. The Welsh form Gwenhwyfar can be translated as The White Fay or White Ghost. British
Gujeswari India Mother goddess. Pray to her and you'll be granted los of goodies. India
Gujo Pakistan A god who had a town named after him in Sindh, Pakistan.
Gukumatz Mayan Feathered serpent", a feathered snake god, one of the gods who created Earth and humanity. Mayan
Gul-Ses Hittite Collective name for all the goddesses of fate Hittite
Gul-ses Hittite Scribes of the gods who dispense good, evil, life and death Hittite
Gul-ses/ Gul-ases Hittite These goddesses apparently are the scribes of the gods that dispense good, evil, life & death
Gula Babylon/Sumeria Mother goddess of creativity, fire and with the power to inflict/cure disease. Babylon/Sumeria
Gula/ Gula Bau Babylon/ Sumeria A mother goddess of creativity, fire & with the power to inflict/ cure disease
Gulissa Mata Hindu Mother goddess who became a goddess of evil intent, inflecting sickness Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Gullinburste [Golden bristles] Norse The name of Frey's hog. Norse
Gullinkambe or Goldcomb Norse A cock that crows at Ragnarok. Norse
Gulliveig Norse A goddess/ sorceress of the Vanir race of gods
Gulu Dinka Creator god Dinka
Gulveig [Gold-thirst] Norse A personification of gold. Though pierced and thrice burnt, she yet lives. Norse
Gum Lin China Goddess of rivers and Bamboo. China
Gumeniki Slavic A class of animistic spirits who look after storehouses and grainaries. Slavic
Gunab Hottentot God of evil who lived under a pile of stones on the Hades road. Hottentot
Gungner Norse Gungner [To tremble violently]. Odin's spear. Norse
Gungu Aryan Goddess of the new moon who is invoked to place the fetus in the womb. Aryan
Gunlad / Gunnlod Norse One who invites war. She was daughter of the giant Suttung, and had charge of the poetic mead. Odin got it from her. Norse
Gunnloed German Teutonic Earth Mother who looks after wisdom, creativity, fertility, health and protection.
Gunura Sumeria Goddess who had a seat named 'House Pure Heaven,' in the Temple at Babil. Sumeria
Gur-Gyi Buddhist/Tibet "Angry-one-of-the-tent." God of tents. Buddhist/Tibet
Gur-Gyi Mgon-Po Buddhist/ Tibet A god of tents
Gurid Libya An angel who dislikes the cold so he only appears at the summer equinox. Put him on an amulet and he'll ward of the evil eye.
Guriel Libya One of the angels in charge of the zodiacal sign of Leo.
Gurson Libya Serves under Lucifer as king of the south side of Hell.
Gurzil Libya God in the shape of a bull. Libya
Gusilim Mesopotamia God who lives in the city of Dur. Mesopotamia
Gusion Christian A strong Great Duke of Hell, and rules over forty legions of demons. He tells all past, present and future things, shows the meaning of all questions that are asked to him, reconciles friends, and gives honour and dignity. He is depicted as a baboon. Christian demonology
Guta Hungary Demonic being who who beats his victims to death. Hungary
Guth Roman One of the angelic soldiers of the planet Jupiter.
Gutrix Occultism An angel that flies on Thursdays and takes orders from the South Wind. Occultism
Gvurtial Jewish An angelic guard of the 4th Heaven. Jewish
Gwen Celtic Goddess of happiness who was so beautiful that no one could live if they looked at her to long. Celtic
Gwendion/ Gwydyon Welsh A god of war
Gwenn Teir Bronn Celtic Goddess of motherhood. Celtic
Gwethyr Wales King of the Upperworld Gwyrthur Ap Gwreidawl
Gwethyr aka Gwyrthur Ap Gwreidawl Welsh King of the Upperworld. Welsh
Gwyddno Welsh At one time was a sea God. Came down in legend as a monster or faery of the ocean. Welsh
Gwyllion Welsh "The Dark Ones" fairy women who lead travelers astray. Welsh
Gwyn fab Nudd Celtic A Celtic soothsayer. Brittonic Arthurian legend
Gwyndion Welsh A multi-taking god: A warrior-magician, Prince of the Powers of Air, the greatest of the enchanters and a shape-shifter. He also brought pigs to mankind. Welsh
Gwynn Ap Nudd Welsh King of the fairies and the underworld. Welsh
Gwyrthur Celtic Minor solar who brings the summer sunshine. Celtic
Gwythelyn Gorr Celtic King of the Dwarfs whose magical bottles are required for the marriage feast of Kulhwch and Olwen. Celtic
Gyges Greek The ordinary name of the hundred-armed giant, who is sometimes called Gyas or Gyes. Greek
Gyhldeptis Haida Kindly forest goddess Tlingit/Haida
Gylfe Norse A king of Svithod, who visited Asgard under the name of Ganglere. The first part of the Younger Edda is called Gylfaginning, which means the Delusion of Gylfe. Norse
Gyller [Golden] Norse One of the horses of the gods. Norse
Gymer Norse A giant; the father of Gerd, the beloved of Frey. Norse
Gynaecothoenas Greek "the god feasted by Women," a surname of Ares at Tegea. In a war of the Tegeatans against the Lacedaemonian king Charillus, the women of Tegea made an attack upon the enemy from an ambuscade. This decided the victory. The women therefore celebrated the victory alone, and excluded the men from the sacrificial feast. Greek
Gytrash Britain A malevolent spirit that appears as a large dog or horse, and leads people astray. Britain
Gzizis Greek The sun god of the Algonquians
Gzrel Jewish An angel involked to countermand evil decrees. Jewish
Ha Egypt A god of the deserts to the west of Egypt
Ha Wen Neyu Iroquois The great spirit of the Iroquois.
Haapkemnas Takelma The god from before time and the creator of all things. Takelma
Haar Norse The High One, applied to Odin. Norse
Habetrot Anglo-Celtic Goddess of healing and spinning and all who wore the clothing she made would never fall ill. Anglo-Celtic
Habetrot Celtic A goddess of spell casting on the wheel of the year
Habiesso Africa A god of thunder
Habioro Enochian A sub-angelic Watchtower leader in the East. Enochian
Habondia aka Habonde Anglo-Celtic Goddess of abundance and prosperity. Anglo-Celtic
Habondia/ Abondia/ Abunciada/ Habonde Britain A goddess of abundance & prosperity
Habuiri West Indies A creator and sky god who make plants grow. West Indies
Habundia Scotland Queen of the White Ladies.
Hacauitz Mayan Mountains god Mayan
Hacha'kyum Maya/ Lacandon The god of the real people
Hachacyum Mexico The creator and principle deity of the Lacandon. Mexico
Hachacyum/ Nohochacyum Maya The creator the world who was helped by three other gods
Hachiman Japan A god of war that was based on an actual emperor, his sacred animal is the dove
Hachiman/ Hime-Gami/ Hime-O-Kami Japan/ Shinto A god of war & peace
Hadad Syria A god of storms, thunder and lightning, he also worked part-time as a sky and sun god and a protecter of the harvest. Syria
Hadad/ El Canaan/ Semite The god of lightning, thunder & storms
Hadakai India Goddess of health and Rabies India
Hades Greek Or Pluton, Pluto, Plouton, Dis (Roman), and Aidoneus, the god of the lower world; Plato observes that people preferred calling him Pluton (the giver of wealth) to pronouncing the dreaded name of Hades or Aides. Hence we find that in ordinary life and in the mysteries the name Pluton became generally established, while the poets preferred the ancient name Aides or the form Pluteus. Greek
Hades/ Pluto Greek A god of death & one of the Olympian gods
Hae Soon Korea Goddess of war Korea
Haemon Greek 1. A son of Pelasgus and father of Thessalus. The ancient name of Thessaly, viz. Haemonia, or Aemonia, was believed to have been derived from him.
Haepuru New Zealand A god of the heavens and part of a trinity who, along with Roiho and Roake fashioned the first human female. New Zealand
Hafoza Jate God of thunder and lightning. Jate
Hag Greek A female fury.
Hagno Greek An Arcadian nymph, who is said to have brought up Zeus. Greek
Hah Egypt This is the god that was the bearer of heaven, a personification of infinity & eternity
Hahana Ku Mayan Messenger god. Mayan
Hahgwehdaetgan Iroquois the evil twin brother of Hahgwehdiyu. Iroquois
Hahgwehdiyu Iroquois The creator god; he planted a single maize plant in his mother's body. This single plant grew and was a gift to mankind. Iroquois
Haikili Hawaii The god of thunder.Hawaii Polynesian
Haili'la Haida/ PNW A plague god associated with small pox. Interesting history. Cool
Hainuwele Indonesia 'The Coconut Girl' who, when she "answered the call of nature" excreted valuable items. She was killed and buried by villagers but her boyfriend exhumed the corpse and cut it into pieces which he then re-buried around the village. These pieces grew into the various tuberous plants, giving origin to the principle foods the people of Indonesia have enjoyed ever since. Seram, New Guinea
Haiyococab Aztec The Aztec "Water Over Earth," from which "the Earth-upholding gods escaped when the world was destroyed by a deluge.
Haka Polynesia The goddess who, along with her husband Tetoo, created the sky and the earth. Polynesia
Hakahotu Polynesia The Earth Mother and guiding feminine principle. Polynesia
Hakui Shinto A god who imbued his followers with a vigorous spirit and the will to fight enemies Shinto
Hala Guinea The sky god of the Kisi. Guinea
Halahala Hindu The name of a poison created from the sea when Devas and Asuras churned the sea in order to obtain Amrita, the nectar of immortality. Hindu
Halakwulup Tierra del Fuego A sky god whose eyes are the sun and the moon. Tierra del Fuego
Halboredja Arizona God of the sun, justice and victory. Arizona
Haldi Urart Armenia Tutelary god Armenia
Halia Greek A sister of the Telchines in Rhodes, by whom Poseidon had six sons and one daughter, Rhodos or Rhode, from whom the island of Rhodes received its name. Halia, after leaping into the sea, received the name of Leucothea, and was worshipped as a divine being by the Rhodians. Greek
Haliacmon Greek A son of Oceanus and Tethys, was a river god of Macedonia.
Haliartus Greek A son of Thersander, and grandson of Sisyphus, founded the town of Haliartus in Boeotia. He is further said to have been adopted with Coronus by Athamas
Halimede Greek One of the Nereides. Greek
Halios Greek The name of two mythical personages, one a Lycian, who was slain by Odysseus and the other a son of Alcinous and Arete. Greek
Halios or Halius Greek The name of two mythical personages, one a Lycian, who was slain by Odysseus and the other a son of Alcinous and Arete.
Halirrhothius Greek A son of Poseidon and Euryte. He attempted by violence to seduce Alcippe, the daughter of Ares and Agraulos, but he was taken by surprise by Ares, who killed him. Greek
Halitherses Greek A son of Mastor of Ithaca. He was a soothsayer. Greek
Halki Hittite God of barley and grain. Hittite
Hallinskid Norse Another name of the god Heimdal. The possessor of the learning way. Norse
Halmus Greek A son of Sisyphus, and father of Chryse and Chrysogeneia. He was regarded as the founder of the Boeotian town of Halmones. Greek
Halsodyne Greek That is, "the sea-fed," or the sea-born goddess, occurs as a surname of Amphitrite and Thetys. Greek
Haltia Finnish Goddess of healing Finnish/Ugric
Ham Ziwa Nazorean The male counterpart to the occult Tanna. Means: "radiance glowed". Early Nazorean
Ham vareti Persia The departed soul of a hero who hangs around to help and protect his descendants. Persia
Hamadryad Greek A wood-nymph. Each tree has its own wood-nymph, who dies when the tree dies. Greek
Hamadryades Greek/ Roman Tree spirits whose existence is restricted to the tree that the guard when it dies they die
Hamadryads Roman/Greek Nymphs of trees supposed to live in forest-trees, and die when the tree dies. The nymphs of fruit-trees were called Melides or Hamamelids. Roman/Greek
Hamadryas Greek A daughter of Oreios who was the mother of eight Hamadryad nymphs by her brother Oxylus
Hamavehae Roman Trinity of mother goddesses Roman/Rhineland
Hambwira Wisconsin The sun god who wanders from land of Winnebago in search for truth. Wisconsin