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List of Gods
NameOriginDescription
Jimi Discworld The god of beggars. The Ankh-Morpork Beggars' Guild has a statue of him. Discworld
Jinn Arabian A sort of fairies in Arabian mythology, the offspring of fire. They propagate their species like human beings, and are governed by a race of kings named Suleyman, one of whom built the pyramids. Their chief abode is the mountain Kaf, and they appear to men under the forms of serpents, dogs, cats, monsters, or even human beings, and become invisible at pleasure. The evil jinn are hideously ugly, but the good are exquisitely beautiful. According to fable, they were created from fire two thousand years before Adam was made of earth. The singular of jinn is jinnee.
Jizo Bosatsu Japan Works to ease the suffering and shorten the sentence of those serving time in hell. Jizo can appear in many different forms to alleviate suffering. In modern Japan, Jizo is popularly known as the guardian of unborn, aborted, miscarried, and stillborn babies. Japan
Jnanadakini Buddhist/ Mayhayana A goddess associated with, or whose name means, knowledge
Jnanaparamita Buddhist A deity who has perfected transcendent, super-human or supernatural knowledge. Buddhist
Joachim Greek The father of the Virgin Mary. Generally represented as an old man carrying in a basket two turtle-doves, in allusion to the offering made for the purification of his daughter. His wife was Anne or Anna. Fairy Tale
Jocchu Vague Maorocon West Indies An immortal invisible being…who lived in the heavens. West Indies
Joda mate Latvia Mother of the evil one Latvia
Jogah Iroquois Dwarf nature spirits Iroquois
Joh Egypt Original word for God of the moon in Thebes Egypt
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Johanoai Navajo Has precedence over all other gods and is the Sun-bearer and he is considered the most important deity and is the father or grandfather of all the other gods. Navajo
Jok Uganda God of the Alur tribesmen of Uganda and Zaire. He is also known as Jok Odudu the god of birth. Uganda
Jokinam Lake Albert/ E Africa A lake god
Jokinam Lake Albert Africa Lake god Africa
Jokwa Asian Goddess of justice Asian
Jomali Iceland God of the sky. Very fond of gold chains. Iceland
Jongsuli-Young-Jongbu India "At first there was neither earth nor sky, Shuzanghu and his wife Zumiang-Nui lived alone...In due time Zumiang-Nui gave birth to a baby-girl, Subbu-Khai-Thung, who is the Earth and to a baby-boy, Jongsuli-Young-Jongbu, who is the Sky." India
Jord Icelandic/ Germanic An earth goddess mentioned in the Edda by Snorri
Jori-Torem Vogul The highest god. Also a sky god and the father of the gods. Vogul
Jormungand Norse The serpent, Jormungand was the middle child of Loki and the giantess, Angrboda. He had 2 siblings, Hel, and the wolf, Fenrir. Alarmed that Loki had fathered these children, Odin sent a group of gods to kidnap them. Once captured, Odin threw Jormungand into the ocean surrounding Midgard, where he lived from then on. The serpent grew so much that he encircled the whole world and bit his own tail. Norse
Jormungandar or Midgardsormen Norse Earth's monster. The great serpent, brother of Hela and Fenrir and son of Loki, the spirit of evil. It used to lie at the root of the celestial ash till All-Fader cast it into the ocean; it then grew so large that in time it encompassed the whole world, and was for ever biting its own tail. Norse
Jotun Norse A giant. The giants were the earliest created beings and Thor frequently contends with them. Famous giants are: Ymer, Hymer, Hrungner, Orvandel, Gymer, Skrymer, Vafthrudner and Thjasse. Norse
Jotunheim Norse Jotunheimer. The Utgaard; the home of the giants in the outermost parts of the earth. Norse
Jove Greek "He who thunders from on high", archaic latin for the father god, and is another name for Jupiter
Jubbu jang sangne Brazil The goddess of the Jurema & a sacred tree
Jubbu-jang-sange Brazil Goddess of the jurema (a sacred tree). The tree provides a narcotic used in inducing visions. Bakairi Brazil
Juck Shilluck Africa This is the creator of the world
Juga Or Jugalis Greek That is, the goddess of marriage, occurs as a surname of Juno, in the same sense as the Greek Zygia.
Juggernaut or Jaggernaut Crow The Hindu god Jagganath. The word is a corruption of the Sanscrit jagannatha (lord of the world). The temple of this god is in a town of the same name in Orissa. King Ayeen Akbery sent a learned Brahman to look out a site for a temple. The Brahman wandered about for many days, and then saw a crow dive into the water, and having washed, made obeisance to the element. This was selected as the site of the temple. While the temple was a-building the rajah had a prophetic dream, telling him that the true form of Vishnu should be revealed to him in the morning. When the rajah went to see the temple he beheld a log of wood in the water, and this log he accepted as the realisation of his dream, enshrined it in the temple, and called it Jagannath.
Jugumishanta New Guinea Creator goddess and Mother of Earth. New Guinea
Jukun Nigeria The creator of the Shido and Chido people. Nigeria
Julana Jumu A lecherous spirit who surprises women by burrowing beneath the sand. He was alive, and wandered the Earth with his father, Njirana, during the Dreamtime. Jumu, Australian aboriginal
Julunggul Aus A creator god that was the bringer of culture & identified with of the rainbow-snake
Julunggul Australia A rainbow snake goddess, who oversaw the maturing and initiation of boys into manhood. She was a fertility goddess, associated with rebirth and the weather. Australia
Julus Roman The eldest son of Ascanius, who claimed the government of Latium, but was obliged to give it up to his brother Silvius. Roman
Juma Finnish/Mari/Ugart God of the sky, whose name is also associated with spirits of earth, water, wind, and the home. Finnish/Mari/Ugart
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 Finnland The supreme god of the ancient Finns and Lapps. The word is sometimes used by the Scandinavian poets for the Almighty.
Jumala Russia Goddess of war Russia
Jumis Latvia Deity of the Fields and fertility. Latvia
Jumit Egypt A local goddess of El Tod
Jumjum Sudan The high god of the Dyong, Sudan
Jumo Russia Jume. The supreme deity and sky god of the Cheremis. Russia
Junda Lithuanian A goddess of war. Known merely from its name. Lithuanian
Junkgowa Australia Sisters and goddesses of the Sea and Marine Life. Active during the Dreamtime. Australia
Junner s A giant in Scandinavian mythology, said in the Edda to represent the "eternal principle." Its skull forms the heavens; its eyes the sun and moon; its shoulders the mountains; its bones the rocks, etc.; hence the poets call heaven "Junner's skull;" the sun, "Junner's right eye;" the moon, "Junner's left eye;" the rivers, "the ichor of old Junner."
Juno Roman A Roman goddess of marriage and the long-suffering wife of Jupiter. Like her Greek equivalent, Hera, she was the protector of women, in particular married women. A festival took place in her honour on the calends (first) of March. Roman
Juno Caelestis Carthage The tutelary goddess of Roman Carthage
Juno Lucina Roman The goddess of childbirth. Roman
Juno, Minerva, Tinia , Vulcan, Mars, Saturn, Hercules, Summauus, Vedius Etruscan Nine Gods Of the Etruscans: Juno, Minerva, and Tinia (the three chief); the other six were Vulcan, Mars, and Saturn, Hercules, Summauus, and Vedius.
Junrojin Japan The god of longevity and luck. One of Japan's Seven Lucky Gods
Juok Africa / Egypt Juok of the Shilluks. Juok molded all men of earth while he wandered the earth creating the rest of the world. White men were created from white sand which Juok found in the land of the white. Red or brown men were created out of the mud of the Nile in Egypt. Black men were created from black earth found in the land of the Shilluck. According to this creation story, man was given all necessary parts to function. Each part had a reason for being. For example, Juok gave man arms in order for man to work. Africa
Juok and Bunzi The creator of all men
Jupiter Roman Jupiter is, properly speaking, a derivation of Jove and pater (Latin for father) The name of the god was also adopted as the name of the planet Jupiter, and was the original namesake of the weekday that would come to be known in English as Thursday (the etymological root can be seen in French jeudi, from Jovis Dies). The Indo-European deity who also evolved into the Germanic Tiwaz (after whom Tuesday was named), the Greek Zeus, and Dyaus Pita of the Vedic religion. Jove is a vocative form of the name, evolved from Dyeus. Roman
Jupka N American Creator god and teacher of the people. The Yahi, California
Juras Mate/ Jurasmat Latvia A goddess of the sea
Jurasmat Latvia Goddess of the sea and of healing who fell in love with a mortal called Kastysis. Latvia
Jurate Baltic A goddess of the ocean
Jurate and Kastytis Lithuanian Heroes of a Lithuanian legend. The queen of the amber palace Jurate may be considered a manifestation of the goddess of Sea.
Jurojin Japan God of longevity and luck Japan
Jurupari Brazil A god limited to worship by men, generally limited to isolated tribes in Brazil
Juterna/ Juturna Roman A goddess of healing & springs invoked during drought
Juti Mara Edutzi Bolivia The sun god of the Araona. Bolivia
Juturna Roman Juterna, the nymph of a well in Latium, famous for its excellent healing qualities. She is said to have been beloved by Jupiter, who rewarded her with immortality and the rule over the waters. Arnobius calls her the wife of Janus and mother of Fontus, but in the Aeneid she appears as the affectionate sister of Turnus. Roman
Juventas Roman The personification of youth. Roman.
Jvartaharisvara Hindu A plague god associated with malaria
Jw Buddhist Ja'u, Jawi. Possibly a part of the syncretistic Agami Jawi. Many Hindu-Buddhist gods, called dewata with Sanskrit names, are incorporated in Agami Jawi. Dewi Sri comes from Sri, the consort of Vishnu, and in Java is the goddess of fertility and rice.
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 Goddess of bad luck, revenge and dark magic. Hindu
Jyotiska Jain/ India The stellar gods, there are five classes
K'daai Yakut/ Siberia A fire demon that originated working in wrought iron
K'daai Yakut Siberia A fire demon and the father of smiths and iron workers. Siberia
K'pop'ala E Georgia A protective god
K'uei Hsing Chinese Chinese god of examinations.
KRSNA Hindu Incarnation of Vishnu known as the dark one Hindu/Puranic/Tamil/Epic
KRSNA/ Kannan Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic/ Tamil An incarnation of Vishnu known as the dark one
Ka Egyptian Egyptian name for the vital force of life.
Ka Ahu Pahay Hawaii Goddess of the ocean Hawaii
Ka Ata Killa Peru Goddess of the moon. Had a nice house with a view of Lake Titicaca. Peru
Ka Tyeleo Senufo Ivory Coast Creator god Ivory Coast
Ka'cak Asiatic/ Inuit A sea spirit & of rather unpleasant habits
Ka'cak Asiatic Inuit Sea spirit and of rather unpleasant habits Inuit
Kaaba East A shrine of Mecca, said to have been built by Abraham on the spot where Adam first worshipped after his expulsion from Paradise. In the north-east corner is a stone seven inches long, said to be a ruby sent down from heaven. It is now black, from being kissed so often by sinful man.
Kaang Africa Supreme god Africa
Kaang/ Khu/ Kho/ Thora Bushmen/ Africa The supreme god
Kabandha Hindu The chief demon of the Ramayana. Indra zapped him with a thunderbolt. Hindu
Kabandha India A monstrous evil spirit slain by Rama. A son of the goddess Sriand "covered with hair, vast as a mountain, without head or neck, having a mouth armed with immense teeth in the middle of his belly, arms a league long, and one enormous eye in his breast." India
Kabeiroi Greek Cabeiri, mystic divinities who occur in various parts of the ancient world.
Kabezya-Mpungu Bantu Kabezya-Mpungu decides to become invisible after creating the world and the first humans who did not yet have a heart. After balancing the rain, sun, moon, and darkness, he leaves. To replace the visible god, he sends the people Mutima ("heart"), the life-giving or divine part of humans. Bantu
Kabibonokka North-American Son of Mudjekeewis, and the Indian Boreas, who dwelt in Wabasso (the North). He paints the autumn leaves scarlet and yellow, sends the snow, binds the rivers in ice, and drives away the seagull, cormorant, and heron. North-American
Kabiri Greek Deities and very mysterious gods with the ancient nations, including the Israelites, and were held in the highest veneration at Thebes, Lemnos, Phrygia, Macedonia, and at Samothrace.
Kabirim Arabic Phoenician name for the Kabiri
Kabirroi Greek bees were of vegetation and deities, commonly thought of as twins & Mail
Kabrakan Mayan A giant demon that causes earthquakes and makes mountains disappear Mayan
Kabta Mesopotamia God of bricks Mesopotamia/Sumeria
Kabunian Philippines Descended from his home in the sky. On earth he married a virtuous maiden named Bangan. She bore him three children. The first was Kabigat, a boy, second was Daungen, a girl. After the birth of the third child, Kabunian had to return to his home in heaven. As a god, he could not continue living indefinitely on earth. Philippines
Kacha Hindu A disciple of Sukra who learnt the mystic power of restoring the dead to life. Hindu
Kachina Pueblo Indians Ancestor spirits and the souls of virtuous dead people. Pueblo Indians
Kadaklan Philippines The supreme being and a sky and thunder god who created the universe. He has a little doggie called Kimat who can throw lightning. Tinguians, Philippines
Kadavul India An ancient Tamil word for God meaning, "He who is both immanent and transcendent." India
Kades Canaan Goddess of fertility usually shown sky clad Canaan
Kadi Assyria Goddess of justice Assyria
Kadlu Inuit Thunder spirit[female] Inuit
Kadru Hindu The mother of a thousand powerful many-headed serpents and many other fierce and venomous serpents. Hindu
Kaei Malaya "in the beginning," the "world was all water and in the firmament above dwelt the great god Kaei. Malaya
Kagaba Uganda Sun goddess, creator and mother of all. Uganda
Kagaya-hime Shinto He wedded the Refulgent-Princess. Shinto
Kagutsuchi Japan God of fire Japan
Kahdir Africa Vegetation god of the got his immortality by drinking from the well of life Africa
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 Goddess of fire Zaire
Kahukura aka Rongo Maori A major god, the god of cultivated food. He separated the primordial parents Rangi and Papa to allow daylight into the world. Tawhirimatea, the god of storms did not consent to this plan and afterwards attacked his brothers with unrelenting fury. Rongo and Haumia, the god of wild food, took refuge in the body of Papa, mother earth, who hid them until the storm passed. Maori
Kai Yum Mayan God of music Mayan
Kai-matutsi N American Kai-matutsi lived on the earth and below. The word associated is with 'earth occupation.' Pomo
Kaiamunu New Guinea Demon who plays a large part in initiation ceremony for boys Papua New Guinea
Kaikara Bunyoro Uganda Harvest goddess Uganda
Kaitabha and Madhu Hindu Kaitabha and Madhu were two horrible demons who, according to Mahabharata and the sprang from the ear of Vishnu while he was asleep. Hindu
Kaka Akkadia Minor god with political pull Babylon/Mesopotamia/Akkadia
Kakaku Japan God of rivers invoked to protect houses against fire Japan/Shinto
Kakia Greek Spirit of vice and sister of Arete ("virtue"). Greek
Kakunupmawa Chumash "the radiance of the child of the winter solstice." The dawn light of each new day is Kakunupmawa's breath expressed as a sigh. Bears, rattlesnakes, deer, mountain lions and ravens were the "pets of Sun. The Chumash, California
Kakupacat Mayan God of war with a shield of fire Mayan
Kala Hindu A name of Yama, the judge of the dead. In the Atharva-Veda Time is addressed as the source and ruler of all things. Hindu
Kalacakra Buddhist Tutelary god who is personally selected Buddhist/Tibet/Mahayana
Kaladuti Buddhist Goddess whose name means messenger of death Buddhist/Mahayana
Kalahari aka Cagn Mantis Africa a creator god of the people of the Kalahari in Africa and in particular Botswana. He is credited with having made all things (he made the moon from an old shoe), and is the god of natural phenomena. Omnipresent, he manifests himself in everything in the world, but especially in the mantis and caterpillar, which seem to be his favored animals. He has one wife, Coti, and, with her, two sons, Cogaz and Gewi. At one time, he lived on earth but he later moved his dwelling to the top of the sky.
Kalaka Hindu A daughter of Daksha, married to Kasyapa, and bore him 60,000 distinguished Danavas, called Paulomas and Kalakanjas, who were powerful, ferocious, and cruel. Hindu
Kalavikarnika Hindu Fever goddess Hindu/Puranic
Kaldas Russia Goddess of cattle Russia
Kaleda Selavonic The god of peace, somewhat similar to the Latin Janus. His feast was celebrated on the 24th of December. Selavonic
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 Goddess of cemeteries, destruction and death who helped dance the universe into existence Hindu/Puranic/India
Kali Hindu The Kaliyuga, personified as the spirit of evil. In playing dice Kali is the ace and so is a personification of ill luck. Hindu
Kali Hindu/ Puranic/ India A goddess of cemeteries, destruction & death that helped dance the universe into existence
Kali India 'The black.' In Vedic days this name was associated with Agni (fire), who has seven flickering tongues of flame for devouring oblations of butter. Of these seven, Kali was the black or terrific tongue. India
Kali Jain Goddess of learning Jain
Kali-matutsi N American Lived in the sky and heavens above. The word is associated with 'sky occupation.' Pomo Indians, California
Kalika Buddhist Goddess common often seen standing upon a corpse Buddhist/Mahayana
Kalisia Pygmy/ Zaire/ Congo A creator god that is the guardian of hunters & the jungle forests
Kalisia Pygmy Congo Creator god who is the guardian of hunters and the jungle forests Congo/Zaire
Kaliya Hindu A serpent king who had five heads, and dwelt in a deep pool of the Yamuna, with numerous attendant serpents. His mouths vomited fire and smoke and he laid waste all the country round. Hindu
Kaliyuga Hindu The last of the four Hindu periods contained in the great Yuga, equal to the Iron Age of classic mythology. It consisted of 432,000 solar-sidereal years, and began 3,102 years before the Christian era. The bull, representing truth and right, has but one foot in this period, because all the world delights in wickedness.
Kalki[n] Hindu/ Vedic/ Puranic/ Epic This god will be the 10th avatar of Visnu that rewards good & punishes people
Kallingenia Greek Rather obscure goddess of birth found only in the ritual texts of Athens Greek
Kalma Finnish A goddess of death
Kalmashapada Hindu A king of the Solar race, son of Sudasa (hence he is called Saudasa), and a descendant of Ikshwaku. Saktri turned him into a man-eating goblin. Hindu
Kalpa India A day and night of Brahma, a period of 4,320,000,000 solar-sidereal years. Some say there are an infinity of Kalpas, others limit the number to thirty. A Great Kalpa is a life of Brahma; the whole duration of time from the creation to the destruction of the world.
Kalpa-Tarou Indian A tree in Indian mythology from which might be gathered whatever a person desired. This tree is "the tree of the imagination."
Kaltes Siberia Goddess of birth Siberia/Vogul
Kaltesh Ugric Siberia Goddess concerned with the birth and destiny of the child Siberia(west)
Kalunga Ndonga Africa Creator of all things Africa(south)
Kalyb Britain The "Lady of the Woods," who stole St. George from his nurse, brought him up as her own child, and endowed him with gifts. St. George enclosed her in a rock, where she was torn to pieces by spirits. Britain
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 The Hindu god of love. His wife is Rati (voluptuousness), and he is represented as riding on sparrow, holding in his hand a bow of flowers and five arrows.
Kama-Gami Japan God of potters Japan/Shinto
Kama-no-kami Shinto This is the Deity of the Furnace held in reverence by all people. Shinto
Kama/ Kama[Deva] Hindu/ Puranic/ Indian A god of love & carnal desire
Kamadhenu Hindu The cow which grants desires, belonging to the sage Vasishtha. She was produced at the churning of the ocean. Hindu
Kamado No Kami Japan God of kitchen stoves Japan/Shinto
Kamak Kamchatka A Swallowing Monster of the Koryak, Kamchatka peninsula.
Kamaksi Dravidian Goddess Dravidian/Tamil
Kamala Hindu Goddess Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Kamenae Italy Goddesses unbowed of springs and wells with a shrine in Rome where of the of vestal virgins got their water Italy
Kamennaia Baba Origin 'The Stone Mothers', the monolithic stone menhirs in southern Russia. These were possibly of Scythian origin and engraved with serpent and animal images, hold a horn, and are flanked by horsemen.
Kami Japan God identifier in Shintoism Japan
Kami-Musubi-No-Kami Japan Third creator being in the primordial a list of deities, this being was born alone in the cosmos and its presence remains hidden from humans Japan/Shinto
Kamini Buddhist Minor goddess Buddhist/Mahayana
Kamo-Wake-Ikazuchi Japan One of the many rain gods Japan/Shinto
Kamos Moab Jordan Chief god who when Hellenized became equated with Ares Jordan
Kamrusepa[s] Hittite Goddess of magic and healing Hittite
Kamrusepa[s]/ Katahziwuri Hittite She is the goddess of magic and healing
Kamrusepas Hittite A god of healing. Hittite
Kamrusepas/ Katahziwuri Hittite She is the goddess of magic and healing
Kamu-iku-musu-bi-no-kami Shinto Daughter of the Divine-Life-Producing-Wondrous-Deity. Shinto
Kamui Japan Sky god Japan
Kamui-fuchi Ainu Lady Hearth. A Hearth Goddess who is also known as the Supreme Ancestress and the spirit of female reproductivity and the home. Ainu, Japan
Kamui/ Tuntu Ainu/ Japan the sky god
Kamulla Kassite Proper guidance in Kassite
Kan u Uayeyab Maya He is the god who guarded cities.
Kan-xib-yui Mayan He re-created the earth after it was destroyed by the four Bacabs. Mayan
Kana Nazorean The Divine Source. Early Nazorean
Kana d-Zidqa aka Habs'aba. Habshaba Nazorean the Day of the Sun, and his bride Kana d Zidqa (the holy feast food offerings). Heavenly Helpers of earthly Nazoreans during their ascent upward. Habshaba is said to deliver souls out of purgatory on his special day. Early Nazorean
Kana-Yama-Hime-No-Kami Japan Goddess of miners with a very sad birth story Japan/Shinto
Kana-yama-biko-no-kami Shinto The deity of fire. Shinto
Kana-yama-bime-no-kami Shinto The deity of clay. Shinto
Kanaloa Hawaii God of the ocean Hawaii
Kanat-Nit'ufta Nazorean Kanat is the title of a Ruling Goddess in the Nazorean Heavens. Nitufta again means "drop" or formed impregnated seed. Early Nazorean
Kanati Cherokee Kanati "The Lucky Hunter". Sometimes called First Man. He lives with his wife Selu ("Corn") in the east where the sun rises, and their sons, the Twin Thunder Boys, live in the west. Cherokee
Kando Japan The Ainus consider the heavens to be three in number. The first in order is called Shi-nish kando, "the greatest skies;" this is supposed to be the home of the chief of the gods, i.e. the Creator. The second order of heavens is called Nochiu-o kando, "the skies which bear the stars;" the second order of gods is supposed to dwell here. The last or lowest heavens are named range kando or urara kando, i.e. "the hanging skies" or "the fog skies;" the lowest orders of gods and some of the demons, especially the demons of thunder, are supposed to live here. Japan
Kane Hawaii God of fertility and fresh water Hawaii
Kanfi'il Nazorean Kanfiel. A heavenly being. Early Nazorean
Kanfun Nazorean Uthra whose name is in the House of Life. Early Nazorean
Kangalogba Pokot/ Suk / Uganda A primordial female spirit personified in the dragonfly
Kangalogba Pokot Uganda Primordial female spirit personified in the dragonfly Uganda
Kanikanihia Hawaii Goddess of love Hawaii
Kanipinikassikueu Canada The Caribou Master, is a powerful spirit in traditional Innu an Indegenous people of present day Canada and Quebec. In the myth, an Innu man goes to live with the Caribou. He marries one of the does, and becomes transformed himself into caribou form. He becomes the master of the caribou, and the provider of caribou for the Innu people.
Kankar Mata Hindu Mother goddess who became a mother of evil intent Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Kannan India Who measured the Universe in three steps. India