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List of Gods
Kantatman Hindu/Puranic/Epic God of medicine and good health. Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Kanti Hindu Goddess whose name means desire Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Kao Kuo-Jiu China Immortal being, Tutelary god of actors China/Taoist
Kapali Hindu God, one of the forms of the Rudra Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Kapo Hawaii Goddess of abortions, fertility, childbirth and midwives Hawaii
Kappa Japan These water spirits are strange, their food is blood & cucumbers, they are mischevious but extremely knowing & prove helpful to humans
Kapu mate Latvia Mother of graves, presided over cemeteries and graves. Latvia
Karai-Shin Buddhist God of lightning Buddhist/Japan
Karalkal Ammaiyar Hindu/ S India A local mother goddess
Karalkal Ammaiyar Hindu India Local mother goddess India
Karei De De goddess of Thunder and storm Andaman Is.
Kari Semang Malya Supreme god who lets you know he is mad when it thunders Malya
Karini Buddhist Fear goddess Buddhist/Mahayana
Karkawan-Ziwa Nazorean Being who assists Hauraran and Treasure of Light. Early Nazorean
Karkota Hindu A snake god
Karkotaka Hindu The evil spirit who bit Nala at the request of Indra, transforming Nala into a twisted and ugly shape. Hindu
Karmavasita Buddhist Minor goddess who personifies the discipline of spiritual regeneration Buddhist
Karnmapa Bantu A monster which swallows the population of a village-or, indeed, of the whole country and is subsequently slain by a boy hero. Bantu
Karora Australia A creator god. He was born in a lake and, after fathering many children, he returned there to slumber. Australia
Karta Latvia One of a trinity of fate goddesses that included her sisters Dekla and Laima. All three may have been aspects of Laima. Latvia
Karttikeya Hindu The son of Siva or Rudra, and to have been produced without the intervention of a woman. Siva cast his seed into fire, and it was afterwards received by the Ganges: Karttikeya was the result; hence he is called Agnibhu and Gangaja. Hindu
Karttikeya/ Skanda/ Scanda Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic A god of war & a form of Skanda
Karttiki Hindu Mother goddess Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Karuilers siunes Syria Deities who were taken over by the Hittites in as gods of all oaths Syria
Kasku Hittite God of the moon known from inscriptions Hittite/Hurrian
Kaswa s Mahomet's favourite camel, which fell on its knees in adoration when the prophet delivered the last clause of the Koran to the assembled multitude at Mecca. This is one of the dumb creatures admitted into the Moslem paradise.
Kasyapa Hindu "Having assumed the form of a tortoise, Prajapati created offspring. That which he created he made; hence the word kurma (tortoise). Kasyapa means tortoise; hence men say, 'All creatures are descendants of Kasyapa.' This tortoise is the same as Aditya." Hindu/Puranic/Vedic
Katargama Sri Lanka Tutelary gody Tamil/Sri Lanka
Katavi Ntamwezi Tanzania And in a demonic being who is chief of the water-spirits Tanzania
Katavul India Ultimate creator all who exists in the world and able to judge humanity and to reward or punish India/Tamil/Sri Lanka
Katavul Tamil S India/ Sri Lanka Such a supreme god that he was the ultimate creator all that exists in the world & able to judge humanity & to reward or punish at well
Katayana Hindu Form the goddess Durga or Parvati Hindu/Puranic
Kathar Ugart this god not only built the Palace of Baal, but is responsible for architects, artisans & weapons makers
Kathirat Canaan Wise goddesses Canaan
Katoyalla aka Apu Illapu Inca Katoyalla aka Apu Illapu, a very popular weather god. He was said to keep the Milky Way in a jug and use it to create rain. He appeared as a man in shining clothes, carrying a club and stones. Inca
Katsinas Acoma Children of Iatiku who could bring rain and food Acoma
Kattakju Innuit Goddess of healing. Innuit
Katyayani Hindu Form of the goddess of Durga or Parvati Hindu/Puranic
Kaukas Lithuania Spirit being, some type of goblin who brings good luck who is also bound to the notion of a dragon guarding treasure Lithuania
Kauket Egypt Keket. A primordial goddess, one of the eight who represent chaos. She was a snake-headed woman who ruled over the darkness with her husband. Egypt
Kaumauri Hindu Goddess who later became considered a goddess of evil intent Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Kaumudi Hindu Goddess of the light of the moon Hindu
Kausika Hindu A devotee mentioned in the Mahabharata as having gone to a hell of torment for having pointed out to robbers a road by which they pursued and killed some persons who fled from them. Hindu
Kaustubha India A celebrated jewel obtained at the churning of the ocean, and worn by Vishnu or Krishna on his bosom. India
Kautar Canaanite The craftsman god. Canaanite
Kave Finland Ancient god of sky, later the deity of the lunar cycle. Father of Vдinдmцinen. Also Kaleva.
Kavra'nna Chukchee/ E Siberia A sun spirit, female type
Kavra'nna Chukchee East Sun spirit, female type Siberia(East)
Kawa No Kami Japan God of rivers Japan
Kaya Nu Hima Japan Goddess of herbs Japan
Kaza-ge-tsu-wake-no-oshi-wo-no-kami Shinto Son of Youth-of-the-Wind-Breath-the-Great-Male. A deity involved in the Ritual of the General Purification. Shinto
Kazyoba Nyamwezi Tanzania God of the sun-held to be the creator and tutelary deity of the tribe Tanzania
Ke'lets Chukchee/ Siberia The demon of death
Ke'lets Chukchee Siberia Demon of death Siberia
Kebechet Egypt Chthonic snake goddess Egypt
Kebechsenef Egypt Funerary god responsible for at the lower portion of the body Egypt
Keca Aba Russia Goddess of the Sun. Russia
Kederli George The St. George of Mahometan mythology. He slew a monstrous dragon to save a damsel exposed to its fury, and, having drunk of the water of life, rode about the world to aid those warriors who invoked him.
Kefa Egypt Goddess of the Great Bear Egypt
Kehama Hindu A Hindu rajah who obtains and sports with supernatural powers.
Kek Egypt Kuk, Keku, the god of the darkness of chaos, the darkness before time began. Egypt
Kek t Ken Egypt Goddess of love Egypt
Keket Egypt Goddess of darkness associated with the the island of flame Egypt
Kele De Ireland Very old goddess Ireland
Kele De/ Ceile De Irish A very old goddess
Kelpie Scotland a very bad tempered water spirit with only one eye and that likes to kill humans
Kelpie or Kelpy Scottish A spirit of the waters in the form of a horse. Scottish
Kematef Egypt An epitaph for the primeval god Amun
Kemos Moab Jordan Tutelary god Jordan
Kemwer Egypt An epithet of Horus, who was viewed as a hawk. Egypt
Kemwer Egypt A description of the Mnevis bull, a manifestation of the Ka (life-force/power) of the chief god, Atum-Ra. Egypt
Kemwer/ Kemur Egypt The Black Bull the venerated at Athribis
Keneun Iroquois Chief of the Thunderbirds an invisible spirit Iroquois
Keng Li Ssu China God robbers. China
Keng Yen cheng China Another god of robbers and thieves. China
Kenos Tierra del Fuego God who was sent to earth by the supreme god, supposedly to bring order into the world. He goofed up and created humans. Tierra del Fuego
Ker Greek A goddess of violent death
Ker or Cer Greek The personified necessity of death. Greek
Keres Greek These were rather evil demon
Keret Phonecian A son of El and soldier of the Goddess Sapas, but not very brave. Fought against the Moon God Terah at his father's behest (eventually), but lost. Bought a costly wife: his son, Danel, was a prodigy. Phonecian
Keret'kun Siberia God of the sea. Siberia.
Keret'kun/ Keretkun Chukchee/ Siberia A god of the sea
Keri & Kame Bacairi 1st nations These brothers are the accused of creating the human race
Keri and Kame Bacairi. Bochica Keri and Kame Bacairi. Twin brothers who steal the Sun and the Moon from a vulture then created humanity. Bochica
Kerridwen Celtic "Kerridwen, Wise Crone Mother, Mother of bone and stone, Cutter of Ties, join me and watch over my rites this Samhain night." Celtic
Kesava Hindu This God is a minor avatar of Visnu
Kesi India A demon with and was defeated by Indra. In the Puranas, a Daitya who took the form of a horse and attacked Krishna, but was killed that hero's thrusting his arm into his jaws and rending him asunder. India
Kesini Buddhist Goddess Buddhist
Ketchimanet Mayan Great Spirit Iowa/Fox
Ketq Skwaye Huron Creator Huron
Ketua Ngbandi Zaire God of fortune invoked at daybreak Zaire
Keyeme Taulipsang S America God and lord of the animals South America
Khadau Hindu A pair of wooden sandles once worn by the hindu god Ram. Bharat placed them symbolically on Ayodhya's throne. Amur, Siberia
Khadoma Tibet Goddess of knowledge Tibet
Khandoba Hindu Form of the god Siva Hindu
Khasa Hindu Minor goddess who controls the spirits of forests Hindu/Vedic
Khasaparna Buddhist God Buddhist
Khem Egypt God of life and growth in nature, vegetation, animals, fertility Egypt
Khen-Ma Buddhist Goddess who is the controller of the earth's demons Buddhist/Tibet
Khen-Pa Buddhist God who controls the demons of heaven Buddhist/Tibet
Khentimentiu Egypt This is the god that rules the destinies of all of the dead
Khepera Egypt Blue haired scarab god of transformation, water, creation and warriors Egypt
Kherty Egypt Chthonic earth god, was around from 2500 BCE Egypt
Khesef Egypt Lion god who repels feelings of lust Egypt
Khio Thai Goddess of song and green sapphires. Thai
Khipa Hittite Tutelary deity Hittite/Hurrian
Khitka Russian Kidnapping spirit; an aspect of the Rusalka. Russian
Khnum Egypt Khnemu, one of the earliest Egyptian gods, originally the god of the source of the Nile River. Since the annual flooding of the Nile brought with it silt and clay, and its water brought life to its surrounds, he was thought to be the creator of human children, which he made at a potter's wheel, from clay, and placed in their mothers' wombs. He was later described as having molded the other gods, and he had the titles Divine Potter and Lord of created things from himself. Egypt
Khnum/ Kneph/ Khnemu Egypt A smith god who forms humans on his potter's wheel
Kho Vietnamese Vietnamese god of fishermen.
Khodumodurno Bantu Kammapa or Karnmapa, a huge, shapeless thing that swallowed every living creature that came in its way. Bantu
Khons Egyptian God of healing. Egyptian
Khons[u]/ Khons Hor Egypt A god of healing & the moon
Khonsu Egypt Aka Chons, Khensu, Khons, Khonsu or Khonshu, is an ancient lunar deity, from before formal structure was given to a pantheon. His name reflects the fact that the Moon travels across the night sky, for it means The Wanderer, and also had the titles Embracer, Pathfinder, and Defender, as he was thought to watch over night travelers. Egypt
Khonuum Pygmies/ Africa The chief god
Khonuum Pygmies Africa Chief god Africa
Khopun Slavonic River god. He drowned people in retribution for their misdeeds. Slavonic
Khoromozitel Slavic A house spirit in Slavic folklore. They are masculine, typically small, and sometimes covered in hair all over. According to some traditions, they take on the appearance of current or former owners of the house and have a grey beard, sometimes with tails or little horns.
Khoromozitel/ Domovi/ Dovomik Slavic These are domestic spirits, sadly not be sipping kind
Khors Slavic Korsha, Korssa, Chors, Corsa, Xors. A sun or daylight god, he may be synonymous with Dazhbog and Bielbog. He was invoked him for hunting and against diseases. Slavic
Khosaadam Yenisei Siberia Driven out of heaven to become an eater of souls Siberia
Khovaki Siberia Creator of the world Siberia
Khovaki/ Savaki Tungus/ Siberia This entity is guilty of being in the creator of the world
Khshathra Vairya Zoroastrianism Khshathra Vairya 'Desirable Dominion', the angel presiding over metals. Zoroastrianism
Khu Vietnamese the brother of the Vietnamese god of fishermen.
Khusor Semitic God of navigation and incantations Semitic
Khwarenah Persia A bit of a strange definition, possessed by all morals yet it is of fire which dwells in water
Khyung-Gai mGo-Can Buddhist Local god Buddhist/Tibet/Bon
Ki Mesopotamia Chthonic principal, feminine in nature Mesopotamia/Sumeria
Ki/ Kiki Mesopotamia/ Sumeria A chthonic principal, feminine in nature
Kianda Angola A goddess of the sea. She was traditionally worshipped by throwing offerings such as food and clothing into the sea. Angola
Kianda Kimbundu Angola The god of the sea & fish
Kianto Mayan The god of foreign aliens, and the disease they brought with them. Mayan
Kianto Lacandon Maya This is the god of foreigners & all diseases
Kibuka Buganda Uganda God of war Uganda
Kichijo Ten Japan She is a goddess of good fortune & beauty
Kiehton Algonquin Great spirit and creator. The Algonquin
Kigatilik Inuit Delightful fanged demon who has no love of priests Inuit
Kihe Wahine Hawaii Kindly goddess of demons, who from the the goodness of her heart is also a goddess of lizards Hawaii
Kihigilan Koryak Thunder-Man. The Supreme Being, propitiated for purely material reasons, such as the procuring of a food-supply by hunting land and sea animals, the picking of berries and roots, and the tending of the reindeer herds. If the Supreme Being ceases to look upon the earth disorder at once begins. Koryak
Kiki Greek The underlying flow of spirit and creativity that are inseperable, embracing the cycles of Life and Death and the freedom of honoring the ancient, wild, inner woman. New Age
Kikimora Slavic Female house spirit and counterpart of the Domovoi, to whom she is sometimes wedded. She lives in the cellar or behind the stove. At night she comes out to spin and help with the housework in a well-tended home. She is depicted as an average woman with hair undone, sometimes with chicken feet. Sometimes she might appear, spinning, as a portend to one about to die. Slavic
Kikumbha India A supreme spirit who could die only by the hands of Vishnu. He was king of Shatpura and had great magical powers, so that he could multiply himself into many forms, though he commonly assumed only three. He carried off the daughters of Brahmadatta, the friend of Krishna, and that here attacked him and killed him under different forms more than once, but he was eventually slain outright by Krishna, and the city of Shatpura was given to Brahmadatta. India
Killmoulis Celtic An ugly Brownie, with an enormous nose and no mouth, who haunts mills. He is characterized by To eat he presumably stuffs the food up his nose. Although they often help the miller, they are fond of practical jokes. Celtic
Kilya Inca Goddess of marriage Inca
Kin Mayan A Mayan sun god.
King Wan China God of chance. China
Kingu Akkadia A demon mentioned in the creation epic
Kingu Akkadia Demon mentioned in the creation epic Akkadia
Kingu Babylon He is in the husband/ son of Tiamat
Kini'je Siberia(East) Sky spirit who is in charge of keeping an accounting of the time. Siberia(East)
Kini'je/ Ki'njen Yukaghir/ E Siberia This sky spirit that is in charge of keeping an accounting of the time
Kinich Ahau Mayan God of war and the sun. Mayan
Kinich Ahau Mayan A solar deity and father of Itzamna. Mayan
Kinich Kakmo Maya He is the sun god & is symbolized by the Macaw
Kinich Kakmo Mayan God of the sun and is symbolized by the Macaw. Mayan
Kinnar Semitic And musician god Semitic(West)
Kinnara India Group of spirit beings who it looked like birds with a human heads India
Kinorohingan Malaysia And his wife Suminundu had a beautiful daughter Huminodun. The people of Sabah were starving, so Kinoingan sacrificed Huminodun. Out of her body came rice seeds which grew bountifully. Malaysia
Kinyras Syria Local god of metalworking (thought to have come from Syria) Cyprus
Kiri Amma Sri Lanka Goddess of healing, childhood diseases. Sri Lanka
Kirmira India A monster, brother of Vaka. He opposed the entrance of the Pandavas into the Kamyaka forest, and threatened that he would eat Bhima. A furious combat ensued, in which Bhima and he hurled large trees at each other, but the demon was at length strangled and had all his bones broken by Bhima. India
Kirti Hindu Goddess Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Kis Egypt This god was venerated in Kusae
Kisar Akkadia Primordial god/dess Babylon/Mesopotamia/Akkadia/Sumeria
Kishi Mojin Buddhist Goddess of motherhood Buddhist/Japan
Kishi Mojin/ Kishimo Jin Japan/ Buddhism The goddess of motherhood
Kishijoten Japan Goddess of good luck. Japan
Kishimo Jin Japan The reformed mother goddess of the demons who now works as a child minder. Japan
Kishimo-jin Japan? A goddess that changed her mind, maybe
Kisin Mayan The god of death and earthquakes. If a person lied, was a thief, or committed murder or incest, their soul is given to Kisin, who punishes the spirit by alternate burning or freezing. Mayan
Kiskil-lilla Sumeria Your spirit is blasphemed and this night demon will get you. Sumeria
Kitanitowit Algonquin/ E Canada A being who is present everywhere in the universe, he is invisible, like most gods
Kitchki Manitou "The Great Spirit", "The Supreme God", "Father, Creator, universal Big Daddy." I'm sure you get the message. Manitou
Kitsune Japan A foxy ghost. Japan
Kiya'marak Inuit Supreme being from he remains out of touch, and distinct and remote as regards ordinary mortals Inuit
Kiyo Hime Japan Goddess of justice, opened Her heart to a mortal. But then she was abandoned by her lover. When She sought him, he fled from Her. Coward, he hid in a temple bell. She took the form of a snake and enwrapped him until Her love-turned-to-anger ended his mortal existence. Japan
Klaboutermannikin Dutch Inhabit the figureheads of ships, giving them guidance and protection. Dutch
Klippe Scotland The local name for a fairy. Forfarshire. Scotland
Kloanthes Hellenized/ Roman Egypt A youthful god of Panoplois
Klotes Greek A goddess of spinning
Klotho Greek Clotho or Moirae, Goddess of spinning, one of the three fates. Hesiod (Theogony 127) has the personification complete for he calls them, together with the Keres, daughters of Night; and distinguishes three, viz. Clotho, or the spinning fate; Lachesis, or the one who assigns to man his fate and Atropos, or the fate that cannot be avoided. Greek
Kn Sgni India Goddess of the Sun. India
Knaritja Australia The earth and the sky had always existed and had always been the home of Supernatural Beings. The western Aranda believe that the sky is inhabited by an emu-footed Great Father (Knaritja), who is also the Eternal Youth (altjira nditja). He has dog-footed wives and many sons and daughters. "They lived on fruits and vegetable foods in an eternally green land, unaffected by droughts, through which the Milky Way flowed like a broad river...".' They have an Eden-like place where only trees, fruits and flowers flourish. All these sky-dwellers are seen as ageless and beyond death. The Aranda, Australia
Kneph Egypt Was originally the breath of life, his name meaning soul-breath. Indeed, according to Plutarch and Diodorus, kneph was identical with the Greek pneuma. Kneph in this context was a spirit that breathed life into things, giving them form. Egypt Kneph eventually became considered to be the creator god himself, in Elephantine, although his identity was finally assimilated into the more important god Amun.
Ko Hsien Weng China God of jugglers. China
Kobold German A German household goblin, also frequenting mines.
Kodamata India Goddess of health and healing. India
Kohkomhthena Shawnee Supreme goddess and creatress. The Shawnee
Kokomikeis S America Goddess of the moon mother of the Morning Star Blackfoot
Kokomikeis Blackfoot NA ? The moon goddess mother of the Morning Star
Kokopell Mana S America Goddess of fertility. Hopi
Kokopell' Mana Hopi/ SW USA A goddess of fertility
Kokopelli S America A fertility deity, usually depicted as a humpbacked flute player (often with a huge phallus and antenna-like protrusions on his head), who has been venerated by many Native American cultures in the Southwestern United States. Like most fertility deities, Kokopelli presides over both childbirth and agriculture. He is also a trickster god and represents the spirit of music.
Kokyan S America Creator goddess; she created humans, plants, and animals Hopi
Koliada Poland Koljada, Kolyada. Goddess of time and personification of the winter solstice. Poland
Kolias Greek Goddess of foothills Greek
Kollapura-Mahalaksmi Hindu Goddess Hindu/Puranic
Kolpia Phoenicia Lesser God of wind Phoenicia
Kombu Bantu/ Africa This is the god of creation