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List of Gods
NameOriginDescription
Horcus Greek Horkos, the personification of an oath, the son of Eris, and the avenger of perjury. Greek
Horkos Greek The god of oaths
Horme Greek The personification of energetic activity. Greek
Hornie Scotland Auld Hornie. The devil, so called in Scotland. The allusion is to the horns with which Satan is generally represented.
Horus Egypt A god of prophecy, healing, music, art, war, victory, light, the north & the sky
Horus Egypt Hor, Heru-ur, the Elder Son of Nut and Seb. A sky god whose eyes are the sun and the moon. The falcon symbolizes him. Egypt
Horus Egypt The god of the sky, and the son of Osiris. His mother is Isis. Since he was god of the sky, Horus became depicted as a falcon, or as a falcon-headed man. Egypt
Horus Egypt Horus the Younger A solar deity, god of the rising sun, of light, Son of Osiris and Isis. The latter taught him the arts of magick and healing through oracles. He absorbed and was identified with the other Horus gods-the Heru group. Egypt
Horus Egyptian "The Mighty One of Transformations". Egyptian god, the son of Isis and Osiris. God of the all-seeing eye. His animal is the falcon.
Horus Egyptian The Egyptian day-god, represented in hieroglyphics by a sparrow-hawk, which bird was sacred to him. He was son of Osiris and Isis, but his birth being premature he was weak in the lower limbs. As a child he is seen carried in his mother's arms, wearing the pschent or atf, and seated on a lotus-flower with his finger on his lips. As an adult he is represented hawk-headed. Strictly speaking, Horus is the rising sun, Ra the noonday sun, and Osiris the setting sun.
Horus-Harpocrates Greek/Roman the god of quiet life and silence. Greek/Roman
Hosia Greek Goddess of holy rituals Greek
Hospitalis Roman The guardian or protector of the law of hospitality, the title is applied to a distinct class of gods, though their names are not mentioned. The great protector of hospitality was Jupiter, at Rome called Jupiter hospitalis. Roman
Hotei Japan God of happiness and one of the seven gods of luck. If you rub his belly, you will receive good fortune. Japan
Hotogov Mailgan Siberia Goddess of heaven at night Siberia/Buriat
Hotoru Pawnee Wind spirit Pawnee
Hotr[a] Hindu/ Vedic A minor goddess of sacrifices
Hotra Hindu Minor goddess of sacrifices Hindu/Vedic
Hotu-matua s The legendary founding father of Easter Island arrived from over the sea with a fleet of his family and followers after surviving a great catastrophe. The god of earthquakes, Poku, had upended Hotu-matua’s homeland with a crowbar, sinking Hiva into the ocean depths. Lemuria, Mu
Hou Chi China Lord of abundant harvests China
Hou T'u China God of the earth China
Houri Koran The large blackeyed damsels of Paradise, possessed of perpetual youth and beauty, whose virginity is renewable at pleasure. Every believer will have seventy-two of these houris in Paradise, and his intercourse with them will be fruitful or otherwise, according to his wish. If an offspring is desired, it will grow to full estate in an hour. (Persian, huri; Arabic, huriya, nymphs of paradise. Koran
Hours Egypt Underworld goddesses, the 12 daughters of Re Egypt
Hov Ava Russia Goddess of the moon. Russia
How Chu China the is the goddess of the air
Hoy Kong China A goddess of Ursa Minor
Hraap Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Hraesvelger [Corpse-swallower] Norse A giant in an eagle's plumage, who produces the wind. Norse
Hrap Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Hraudung Norse Geirrod's father. Norse
Hreidmar Norse Father of Regin and Fafner. He exacts the blood-fine from the gods for slaying Otter. He is slain by Fafner. Norse
Hrim Thursar Norse A new race begat by the only man and woman to survive the Great Flood. All Norse traced their descent to the Hrim Thursar, or "Hoar Frost." Scandinavian
Hrimthursar Norse Rime-giants or frost-giants, who dwell under one of Ygdrasil's roots. Norse
Hringhorn Norse The ship upon which Balder's body was burned. Norse
Hroan Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Hrodvitner Norse A wolf; father of the wolf Hate. Norse
Hropt Norse One of Odin's names. Norse
Hrosthjof [Horse-thief] Norse A giant. Norse
Hrsikesa Hindu God, a minor avatar of Visnu Hindu
Hru Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Hrungner Norse A giant; friend of Hymer. Thor fought with him and slew him. Norse
Hsi Ling su China God of silk China
Hsi Shih China Goddess who represents the old virtues and feminine qualities of Chinese women. She also sponsors a nice line of face creams, cosmetics and perfumes. China
Hsi Wang Mu China Mother goddess of the Western Paradise and female energy. China
Hsi shen China God of joy. Fu Shen denotes a generic title for the beneficent gods of the Chinese. China
Hsiao Wu China God of prisons. China
Hsieh T'ien chun China God personification of the planet Saturn. China
Hsien Nung China Agriculture god. China
Hsien Se China Agriculture god. China
Hsu Ch'ang China God of archery. China
Hsuan T'ien China God of Wealth. China
Hsuan Wen hua China God of hair, hairdressers, shampoo and hair moisturisers.
Hsuan-T'ien-Shang-Ti China God who removes demons and evil spirits. Invoke for exorcism, matters involving water. China
Htmorda Enochian The senior element of Air associated with the Moon. Enochian
Hu Celts Hu, Ceridwen, and Craiwy. Cherusci, A three-headed god called Triglat.
Hu Egypt The personification of Divine Utterance, the voice of authority. Egypt
Hu Baiyan China God of the Earthly Heroic Star. China
Hu Daoyuan China God of the Water Earthworm Star. China
Hu Shen China A god of hail
Hu Sheng China God of the Western Constellations. China
Hu The Mighty Wales Aka Hu Gadarn, Hugh Guairy. Father God of the Welsh who came to Wales and became part of the Welsh deluge myths.
Hu Tu China Goddess of the Summer solstice, Earth Mother and the personification of the earth. China
Hu Yunpeng China God of the Western Constellations. China
Hua Enochian A cacodemon. Enochian
Huaca Peru Huacas, spirits that either inhabit or actually are physical phenomena such as waterfalls, mountains, or man-made shrines. Peru
Huacas Peru/ Bolivia Any natural object that has an obvious supernatural manifestation
Huan Yang ch'ang China God of the heart. China
Huanacari Inca A guardian spirit
Huang Fei-hu China Originally an earth god who was promoted to the god Tai mountain eastern China and he now judges the souls of the dead when they come to his mountain. China
Huang T'ing China The Star God of Civil Virtue. China
Huang Ti China God of architecture and Astral god, some myths relate that Huang-ti manufactured and used "miraculous tripods" which were made in the "likeness of the Great Infinite," Tao, the concealed engine of the Universe. He also invented the compass. China
Huang-di China Mythical yellow emperor. China
Hubal Arabic An Arab idol brought from Bulka, in Syria, by Amir Ibn-Lohei, who asserted that it would procure rain when wanted. It was the statue of a man in red agate; one hand being lost, a golden one was supplied. He held in his hand seven arrows without wings or feathers, such as the Arabians use in divination. This idol was destroyed in the eighth year of "the flight." Arabic
Huban Elamite Supreme god of the Elamite.
Huban Elamite Iran A tutelary god
Hubris Greek The daughter of Erebus and Nyx and the female spirit of insolence, violence, wantonness, reckless pride, arrogance and outrageous behaviour in general. Greek
Huchi Japan Goddess of fire and of volcanic eruptions. The name Fuji is believed to be derived from "Huchi" or "Fuchi", the words for the Aino Goddess of Fire. Japan
Huecuvoe Chile The evil supreme being. Auraucanians, Chile
Huehuecototl Aztec A minor god, one of sexual lust
Huehuecototl-Coyotlinahual Aztec A minor god of feather workers
Huehuecoyotl Aztec The trickster god of music, dance, song. He is depicted in the as a dancing coyote with human hands and feet, accompanied by a human drummer. Aztec
Huehueteotl Aztec "Old god". A central Mexican/Aztec deity associated with fire
Huehueteotl Aztec An ancient god of the hearth, the fire of life. Associated with the pole star and the north, and serves as a skybearer. Aztec
Hugin [Mind] Norse One of Odin's ravens. Norse
Huh Egypt The deification of eternity in the Ogdoad, his name itself meaning endlessness. Egypt
Huiracocha Inca The creator of the world. Inca
Huiracocha/ Viracocho Inca The supreme deity accused of a virgin birth & creator of of the world
Huisiniamui Peru A god of the sun and sky. He invented vegetation, but was also fond of headhunting and cannibalism. Peru
Huitaca Chibcha Goddess of the moon, intoxication, jolly bonking and letting the good times roll. Chibcha
Huitzilopochtli Aztec The divine leader who rescued an ancestral people from his devastated island kingdom in the Atlantic Ocean, Aztlan. Arriving in the Valley of Mexico, they built a new capital to commemorate their lost city, when Tenochtitlan was constructed on a rocky island at the center of a man-made lake. Aztec
Huitzilopochtli aka Mexitli Aztec The "blue hummingbird", god of war and the sun as well as the patron god of the Aztec nation.
Huitznahua Aztec Collectively, the remaining brothers of God of war who were defeated. Aztec
Huixtocihuatl Aztec Goddess of the ocean and salt. Aztec
Hulda German Goddess of marriage and fecundity, who sent bridegrooms to maidens and children to the married. German
Hulka Devi Hindu Goddess of cholera. Hindu
Hulluk Miyumko Miwok The California Miwok name for the Pleiades. The Hulluk Miyumko were female deities who gave birth to "beautiful star chiefs".
Huma China A fabulous Oriental bird which never alights, but is always on the wing. It is said that every head which it overshadows will wear a crown.
Humban Mesopotamia Supreme deity Mesopotamia
Hun Batz Quiche "One Big Monkey." A son of one of the Seven Ahpu, he is a hero and a multi-tasking deity. Quiche
Hun Hau Mayan God of death and the Head of Demons. Mayan
Hun Hunapu Mayan Creator god. Mayan
Hun Nal Mayan God of maize. Mayan
Hunab Ku aka Hun Itzamna Mayan . The Supreme Being and the greatest deity in the pantheon. Mayan
Hunab Ku/ Itzamn Maya The most important creator god & the greatest deity in the pantheon
Hunahpa Utiu Mayan Yet another god who helped create the human race. Mayan
Hunahpu Mayan A god, who with his twin Xbalamwque, overcame the powers of evil and of death of his father, then rose to the heavens to become the sun and the moon. Mayan
Hunahpu Gutch Maya He is one of the 13 gods that mistakenly created humans
Hunahpu Vuch Quiche A hunting-fox bitch and god of the dawn. Quiche
Hunapu Maya Another creator god
Hundred-eyed Greek Argus, in Greek and Latin fable. Juno appointed him guardian of Io [the cow], but Jupiter caused him to be put to death, whereupon Juno transplanted his eyes into the tail of her peacock.
Hung Sing China Guardian god of of fishing boats and their crews China
Hunhau Mayan Appears, sometimes with the head of an owl, sometimes as a dog. A god of the underworld and the land of the dead. Mayan
Hunthaca Guatemala Goddess of the moon. Guatemala
Huo Pu China God of fire China
Hur ki Babylon/Mesopotamia Not the Goddess of the moon, just a very naughty girl. Babylon/Mesopotamia
Hura-Te-Arangi Maori Mother of the Snow, Frost, and Ice children. Maori, New Zealand
Hurabtil Elamite The god in charge of the Tablets of Destinies Elamite/Iran
Hurabtil Elamite Iran A god known only from being mentioned in Akkadia texts
Huracan Quiche Creator god who fashioned the first humans Quiche
Huracan/ Hurucan/ Hurakan/ Hurukan Quiche A creator god that fashioned the first humans
Hurakan Nicaragua God of storms, thunder and hurricanes. Nicaragua
Huruing Wuhti Hopi In the Hopi Indian creation story, they were a pair of women who survived the Great Flood. The Huruing Wuhti were later venerated as mother goddesses, because they gave birth to the Hopi people.
Hushtahli Choctaw The sun god who doubles as a war god. Choctaw
Hutsipamamau'u Ocean Woman Chemehuevis The Great Mother, the creator of all things who created the earth from her flaking skin. Chemehuevis
Huvi Bushmen/ Africa The supreme god
Huvi Bushmen Africa Supreme god Africa
Huvi Ovimbundu Africa God of hunting Africa(west)
Huwe Botswana Yet another supreme being and creator of all things, this time from Botswana.
Huzayui Egypt Serpent headed, winged god of the west wind Egypt
Hvar Iran God of the sun Iran
Hvergelmer Norse A boiling cauldron in Niflheim, whence issues twelve poisonous springs, which generate ice, snow, wind, and rain.. The Northern Tartaros. Norse
Hxgzd Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Hyacinthus Greek The youngest son of the Spartan king Amyclas and Diomede (Apollodorus iii), but according to others a son of Pierus and Clio, or of Oebalus or Eurotas. He was a youth of extraordinary beauty, and beloved by Thamyris and Apollo, who unintentionally killed him during a game of discus. Greek
Hyades Greek That is, the rainy, the name of a class of nymphs whose number, names, and descent, are described in various ways by the ancients. Their parents were Atlas and Aethra, Atlas and Pleione, or Hyas and Boeotia; and others call their father Oceanus, Melisseus, Cadmilus, or Erechtheus. Greek
Hyagnis Phrygian A sun and fire god, also a god of lightning. Father of Marsyas, a satyr who challenged Apollo to a contest of music and lost his hide and life. Phrygian
Hyale s One of Diana’s nymphs.
Hyaninthos Greek A god of vegetation. Hyacinthus is a divine hero from Greek mythology.
Hyas Greek The name of the father and brother of the Hyades. The father was married to Boeotia, and was looked upon as the ancestor of the ancient Hyantes. His son, or the brother of the Hyades, was killed in Libya by an animal, a serpent, a boar, or a lion. Greek
Hydra Greek A monster of the Lernean marshes, in Argolis. It had nine heads, and Hercules was sent to kill it. As soon as he struck off one of its heads, two shot up in its place. Greek
Hyes Greek The moist or fertilising god, occurs like Hyetius, as a surname of Zeus, as the sender of rain. Greek
Hygeia Roman/Greek Goddess of health and the daughter of ?sculapios. Her symbol was a serpent drinking from a cup in her hand. Roman/Greek
Hylas Greek A son of Theiodamas, king of the Dryopes, by the nymph Menodice or a son of Heracles, Euphemus, or Ceyx. He was the favourite of Heracles, who, after having killed his father, Theiodamas, took him with him when he joined the expedition of the Argonauts. When the Argonauts landed on the coast of Mysia, Hylas went out to fetch water for Heracles but when he came to a well, his beauty excited the love of the Naiads, who drew him down into the water, and he was never seen again. Greek
Hylech Astrology That planet, or point of the sky, which dominates at man's birth, and influences his whole life. Astrology
Hymen Greek The god of marriage, was conceived as a handsome youth, and invoked in the hymeneal or bridal song. The names originally designated the bridal song itself, which was subsequently personified. The first trace of this personification occurs in Euripides or perhaps in Sappho. Greek
Hymenaeus Greek This poor god is the goddess of marriage
Hymenaios Greek/ Roman A god of marriage
Hymir or Hymer Norse A giant with whom Thor went fishing when he caught the Midgard-serpent. His wife was the mother of Tyr. Tyr and Thor went to him to procure a kettle for ?ger in which to brew ale for the gods. . Norse
Hyndla Norse A vala visited by Freyja, who comes to her to learn the genealogy of her favorite, Ottar. Norse
Hyperenor Greek One of the Spartae, or the men that grew up from the dragon's teeth sown by Cadmus, was worshipped as a hero at Thebes. (Apollodorus iii) There are two other mythical personages of this name, one a son of Poseidon and Alcyone (Apollodorus iii), and the other a son of the Trojan Panthous, who was slain by Menelaus. Greek
Hyperion Greek A Titan, a son of Uranus and Ge, and married to his sister Theia, or Euryphaessa, by whom he became the father of Helios, Selene, and Eos. Greek
Hyperippa Greek wife of Hippocoristes.
Hypermnestra Greek wife of *Lynceus (saved by his wife).
Hypermnestra Greek A daughter of Thestius and Eurythemis, and the wife of Oicles, by whom she became the mother of Amphiaraus. Her tomb was shown at Argos. One of the daughters of Danaus was likewise called Hypermnestra. Greek
Hyperopia Discworld The Goddess of Shoes. She has a small following that gathers in the Temple of Small Gods and worships the Sacred Lace of Hyperopia. Named after the technical term for long-sightedness, and it is possible that she is inspired by the Greek goddess Nike, and the shoes named after her. Discworld
Hypnos Greek The personification and god of sleep, the Greek Hypnos, is described by the ancients as a brother of Death and as a son of Night. At Sicyon there was a statue of Sleep surnamed the giver. In works of art Sleep and Death are represented alike as two youths sleeping or holding inverted torches in their hands. Greek
Hypseus Greek A son of Peneius, and the Naiad Creusa, or Phillyra, the daughter of Asopus, was king of the Lapithae, and married to Chlidanope, by whom he became the father of Cyrene, Alcaea, Themisto, and Astyageia. (Apollodorus) Another personage of this name occurs in Ovid (Metamorphoses v by Ovid). Greek
Hypsistos Hebrew/Greek The part of the Supreme Godhead that lets us understand the structure of nature from Infinity. Hebrew/Greek
Hyrieus Greek A son of Poseidon and Alcyone, was king of Hyria in Boeotia, and married to the nymph Clonia, by whom he became the father of Nycteus, Lycus, and Orion. Greek
I conjure you Egypt O sword, by the three Holy Names, ALBROT, ABRACADABRA, JEOVA! Be thou my fortress and defence against all enemies, visible and invisible, in every magical work. By the Holy Name SADAY, which is great in power, and by these other names, CADOS, CADOS, CADOS, ADONAY, ELOY, ZENA, OTH, OCHIMANUEL, the First and the Last, Wisdom, Way, Life, Virtue, Chief, Mouth, Speech, Splendour, Light, Sun, Fountain, Glory, Mountain, Vine, Gate, Stone, Staff, Priest, Immortal, MESSIAH, Sword, do thou rule in all my affairs and prevail in those things which oppose me. Amen. Ceremonial Magic Zendou Ki. A protecter spirit who, along with Myodou Ki, protects En no Gyoja. Japan Zeoteus. A son of Tricolonus, and founder of the town of Zoetia in Arcadia. Zephon [scarcher of secrets ]. The cherub despatched by Gabriel to find Satan, after his flight from hell. Ithuriel goes with him. Milton: Paradise Lost, iv. Zephyritis. A surname of Aphrodite, derived from the promontory of Zephyrium in Egypt. Zephyrus, the personification of the west wind, is described by Hesiod as a son of Astraeus and Eos. Greek Zervan, Zurvan, Zrvan. The god of time in Persian literature. Identified in the Greek texts with Chronos and, in the Roman world, with Saturn. Zerynthia. A surname of Aphrodite, from the town of Zerinthus in Thrace, where she had a sanctuary said to have been built by Phaedra. Zetes, a son of Boreas and Oreithyia, and a brother of Calais. Zetes and Calais, called the Boreadae, are mentioned among the Argonauts ( Apollodorus i.), and are generally described as winged beings though some say that they had wings at their heads and feet and others that they had them only at their feet or at their shoulders. Greek Zethus, a son of Zeus and Antiope, at Thebes, and a brother of Amphion. According to some he was married to Aedon, and according to others to Thebe. Greek Zeus, the greatest of the Olympian gods, and the father of gods and men, was a son of Cronus and Rhea, a brother of Poseidon, Hades (Pluto), Hestia, Demeter, Hera, and at the same time married to his sister Hera. Greek Zeuxippe, a sister of Pasithea or Praxithea, was a Naiad and married to Pandion, by whom she became the mother of Procne, Philomela, Erechtheus and Butes. Greek Zha-Zha. Angels which come against those who send the evil eye against the Baptized. Early Nazorean Zhir u Zahrun, means "the Illuminated and the Illuminating." Early Nazorean
I'lena Koryak/ Siberia An animistic spirit
Iabet Egypt The goddess of the Eastern Desert, of fertility and rebirth. She was a personification of the land of the east. Egypt
Iacchus Greek The solemn name of the mystic Bacchus at Athens and Eleusis. The Phrygian Bacchus was looked upon in the Eleusinian mysteries as a child, and as such he is described as the son of Demeter and Zeus, and as the brother of Cora, that is, the male Cora or Corus.
Iadalbaoth Gnostic Child from the egg of Chaos; the spirit of matter, the chief of the lower elohim and father of the six dark stellar spirits. Gnostic
Iae Brazil God of the moon. Iae and his brother, Kuat, stole the light from the vulture god Urubutsin. Kuat became the Sun god and Iae god of the Moon. Brazil
Iakchos Greek An epithet of Dionysus in the Eleusinian mysteries, derived from the element iacho, meaning "to shout." Greek
Ialanus Celtic The male deification of riverside clearings. Celtic
Ialemus Greek A personification of the dirge, or a song of a very serious and mournful character, only to be sung on the most melancholy occasions. Greek
Ialmenues Greek A son of Ares and Astyoche, and brother of Ascalaphus. One the Argonauts and a suitor of Helena. Greek
Ialonus Celtic The personification of the land and fertility god. Celtic
Iambe Greek Daughter of Pan and Echo, and a slave of Metaneira, the wife of Hippothoon. Others call her a slave of Celeus. The extravagant hilarity displayed at the festivals of Demeter in Attica was traced to her for it is said that when Demeter, in her wanderings in search of her daughter, arrived in Attica, Iambe cheered the mournful goddess by her jokes. Greek
Iamus Greek A son of Apollo and Evadne, was initiated in the art of prophecy by his father, and was regarded as the ancestor of the famous family of seers, the Lamidae at Olympia. Greek
Ianagi & Izanami Japan The god & goddess that created Japan
Iao Gnostic 'serpent-faced' Archon. Gnostic
Iapetos Greek The father of Atlas and ancestor of the human race, called genus Iapeti, the progeny of Iapetus. By many considered the same as Japheth, one of the sons of Noah. Greek
Iapis or Iapyx Greek Was a son of Iasus, and a favourite of Apollo, who wanted to confer upon him the gift of prophecy and the lyre, but Iapis, wishing to prolong the life of his father, preferred the more tranquil art of healing to all the others. He also cured Aeneas of the wound he had received in the war against La- tinus. Greek
Iarila Russia Goddess of Spring and fertility. She leads the dance at the Summer Solstice. Russia
Iasion Greek Also called Iasius, was, according to some, a son of Zeus and Electra, tLe daughter of Atlas, and a brother of Dardanus (Theogony of Hesiod 970 ) but others called him a son of Corythus and Electra, of Zeus and the nymph Hemera, or of Ilithyius, or of Minos and the nymph Pyronia.Greek
Iaso Greek A daughter of Asclepius or Amphiaraus, and sister of Hygieia, was worshipped as the goddess of recovery. Greek
Iasus 1 Greek A son of Phoroneus, and brother of Pelasgus and Agenor, or Arestor.
Iasus 2 Greek A son of Argus and Evadne, a daughter of Strymon, or a son of Peitho, the father of Agenor, and father of Argus Panoptes.
Iasus 3 Greek A son of Argus Panoptes and Ismene, the daughter of Asopus, and the father of Io.
Iasus 4 Greek A son of Io.
Iasus 5 Greek A son of Triopas, grandson of Phorbas, and brother of Agenor.
Iasus 6 Greek An Arcadian, a son of Lycurgus and Cleophile or Eurynome, a brother of Ancaeus and Amphidamas, and the husband of Clymene, the daughter of Minyas, by whom he became the father of Atalante.
Iasus 7 Greek A son of Eleuther, and father of Chaeresileus.
Iasus 9 Greek A son of Sphelus, the commander of the Athenians in the Trojan war, was slain by Aeneias.
Iatiku & Nautsiti Acoma NA The sisters who created man
Iatiku and Nautsiti Acoma Sisters who, when giving life to the snakes and fishes, accidentally created the Evil Spirit. Acoma. Native American
Ibath Irish One of the two sons of Magog, one of the ancestors of the Irish
Ibis or Nile-bird Egypt The Egyptians call the sacred Ibis Father John. It is the avatar' of the god Thoth, who in the guise of an Ibis escaped the pursuit of Typhon. The Egyptians say its white plumage symbolises the light of the sun, and its black neck the shadow of the moon, its body a heart, and its legs a triangle. It was said to drink only the purest of water, and its feathers to scare or even kill the crocodile. Egypt
Iblis Islamic The Islamic version of the Jewish/ Christian Devil
Ibmel Finland A sky god and a general name for various gods. Finland
Ibofanga Creek Aka Hisagita-Imisi, Hisagitaimisi. The Master of Breath, created the world and all other things. The Creek, Georgia
Icarius Greek Also called Icarus and Icarion. An Athenian, who lived in the reign of Pandion, and hospitably received Dionysus on his arrival in Attica. The god showed him his gratitude by teaching him the cultivation of the vine, and giving him bags filled with wine. Icarius now rode about in a chariot, and distributed the precious gifts of the god; but some shepherds whom their friends intoxicated with wine, and who thought that they were poisoned by Icarius, slew him, and threw his body into the well Anygrus, or buried it under a tree. Greek
Icauna Celtic The patronness of the Yonne River Yonne. France. Celtic
Icci Siberia The spirit of Mother Earth. Siberia
Iccovellauna Celtic Goddess of water. Celtic
Iccovellauna Ouranian God of Ale Brewing. Ouranian
Ice Giants Discworld Similar to the Jotuns of Norse mythology, the Ice Giants are apparently necessary for the Apocralypse. When this came close to occurring during the events of Sourcery, the Ice Giants, described as huge beings made of ice with tiny, coal-like eyes and riding tame glaciers, hurtled down towards the civilised world. They spoke with a pronounced Nordic accent. Discworld
Ichpuchtli Aztec The ruler of love, marriage, flowers, art, music, women, magic, spinning, fertility, sex, weaving, and changes. Ichpuchtli is also the Goddess of Sacred Prostitutes, and professions which imitate nature. Aztec