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List of Gods
NameOriginDescription
Linus Greek The personification of a dirge or lamentation, and therefore described as a son of Apollo by a Muse. Greek
Liosalfar Scandinavian The light Alfs who dwell in the city Alf-heim. They are whiter than the sun. Scandinavian
Lipse Greek Wind goddess Greek
Lir Ireland God of the ocean. Ireland
Lir Ireland Father of Fionmala. On the death of Fingula, the mother of his daughter, he married the wicked Aoife, who, through spite, transformed the children of Lir into swans, doomed to float on the water till they heard the first mass-bell ring. Ireland
Liris Hebrew A proud but lovely daughter of the race of man, beloved by Rubi, first of the angel host. Her passion was the love of knowledge, and she was captivated by all her lover told her of heaven and the works of God. At last she requested Rubi to appear before her in all his glory, and as she fell into his embrace was burnt to ashes by the rays which issued from him. Hebrew
Lisa Fon Africa God of the sun Africa
Lisa Fon/ Dahomey Africa A sun god
Litae Greek A personification of the prayers offered up in repentance. They are described as the daughters of Zeus, and as following closely behind crime, and endeavouring to make amends for what has been done but whoever disdains to receive them, has himself to atone for the crime that has been committed. Greek
Litavis Breton God of the forge. Breton
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Liter Norse A dwarf that Thor kicked into Balder's funeral pile. Norse
Little-Endians Swift The two great empires of Lilliput and Blefuscu waged a destructive war against each other, exhausted their treasures, and decimated their subjects on their different views of interpreting this vital direction contained in the 54th chapter of the Blun-decral: "All true believers break their eggs at the convenient end." The godfather of Calin Deffar Plane, the reigning emperor of Lilliput, happened to cut his finger while breaking his egg at the big end, and very royally published a decree commanding all his liege and faithful subjects, on pains and penalties of great severity, to break their eggs in future at the small end. The orthodox Blefuscudians deemed it their duty to resent this innovation, and declared a war of extermination against the heretical Lilliputians. Swift
Lityerses Greek Lived in Phrygia, engaged in rural pursuits, and hospitably received all strangers that passed his house, but he then compelled them to assist him in the harvest, and whenever they allowed themselves to be surpassed by him in their work, he cut off their heads in the evening, and concealed their bodies in the sheaves, accompanying his deed with songs. Heracles, however, slew him, and threw his body into the Maeander. Greek
Liu Meng China Agriculture god China
Liu Pei China God of basket makers China
Lizard Islands Torquemada Fabulous islands where damsels outcast from the rest of the world are received. Torquemada
Ljubi Albania Demoness who could cause drought on less a virgin was sacrificed to her Albania
Llasar Llaesgyfnewid Welsh Battle god. Welsh
Llasar/ Llaesgyfnewid Wales A battle god
Llevelys Brittany The ruler of Brittany who got the dragon drunk on Meade. Brittany
Llew Llaw Gyffes Welsh His mother would not name him; cursed him never to marry; and that he could only be killed a certain, secret way. The Celts equated the name with a spirit essence and true being. Llew turned into an eagle and flew away. Welsh
Llorna Spain this female spirit Lehrer's people to their, normally, drowning in bogs, swamps, etc.
Llud Welsh A death God. Welsh
Llyr Welsh God of the sea and water Ireland/Welsh
Llyr/ Lear Lir Irish/ Wales A god of the sea & water
Lmag Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Lmmag Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Lo Shen China Goddess of rivers China
Lo Tsu Ta Hsien China God of barbers and beggars China
Lo Yu China God of tea China
Lo'cin-coro'mo/ Lo'cil/ Yegl'ie Yukaghir/ Siberia A hearth spirit
Loa Africa Spirit beings who were imported by Africa slaves Haiti/Puerto Rico
Loathly Lady France A lady so hideous that no one would marry her except Sir Gawain; and immediately after the marriage her ugliness - the effect of enchantment - disappeared, and she became a model of beauty. Love beautifies. France
Loba Duala Africa God of the sun Africa/Cameroon
Locana Buddhist Goddess Buddhist/Mahayana
Loco Haiti/Vodun Patron of healers and plants, especially trees. Haiti/Vodun
Locrin Britain Or Locrine. Father of Sabrina, and eldest son of the mythical Brutus, King of ancient Britain. On the death of his father he became king of Loegria.
Locrus Greek 1. A son of Physcius and grandson of Amphictyon, became by Cabya the father of Locrus, the mythical ancestor of the Ozolian Locrians. According to some the wife of the former Locrus was called Cambyse or Protogeneia. 2. A son of Zeus and Maera, the daughter of the Argive king Proetus arid Antaia. Greek
Loder Norse To flame. One of the three gods (Odin, Haener and Loder) who create Ask and Embla, the first man and woman. He is identical with Loke. Norse
Lodfafner Norse A protege of Odin. Norse
Lodur Germanic Creator god mentioned in the creation myth. germanic
Lodur[r] Germanic A creator god mentioned in the creation myth
Lofn Norse Goddess of love norse
Lofn Norse A goddess of illicit unions
Lofn Norse Goddess of illicit unions norse
Logia Ireland Goddess of the Lagan River Ireland
Logistilla Orlando The good fairy, and sister of Alcina the sorceress. She teaches Ruggiero to manage the hippogriff, and gives Astolpho a magic book and horn. The impersonation of reason. Orlando Furioso
Logos Christian The principle embodied in the flesh by Jesus the Christ
Logos Christian Word coming from the mind of their god Christian/Gnostic
Logos Christian Principle embodied in the flesh by Jesus the Christ Christian
Logos Gnosticn Christian The word coming from the mind of their god
Logos Greek Primordial spirit of reason Greek
Loha Klamath Beneficent goddess portrayed as a beautiful woman Klamath
Lohasur Devi India Goddess of the forging of iron India
Lokapala Hindu Gods Hindu
Lokesvara Buddhist Generic name for a group of deities such as Siva and Visnu Buddhist
Loki Norse Loki. To end, finish; Loke is the end and consummation of divinity. The evil giant-god of the Norse mythology. He steers the ship Naglfar in Ragnarok. He borrows Freyja's feather-garb and accompanies Thor to the giant Thrym, who has stolen Thor's hammer. He is the father of Sleipner; also of the Midgard serpent, of the Fenris-wolf and of Hel. He causes Balder's death, abuses the gods in ?ger's feast, but is captured in Fraanangerforce and is bound by the gods. Norse
Loko Benin God of trees. Fon Benin
Loko Fon Benin A god of trees
Lomo Ngbandi Zaire Goddess of peace, invoked at sunrise every day. Zaire
Long Mu Chinese Mother of Dragons was a Chinese woman who was deified as a goddess after raising five infant dragons.
Longatis Greek A surname of Athena derived from her being worshipped in a Boeotian district called Longas. Greek
Longius Roman The Roman soldier who smote Jesus with his spear. In the romance of King Arthur, this spear was brought by Joseph of Arimathea to Listenise, when he visited King Pellam, "who was nigh of Joseph's kin." Sir Balim the Savage, being in want of a weapon, seized this spear, with which he wounded King Pellam. "Three whole countries were destoyed" by that one stroke, and Sir Balim saw "the people thereof lying dead on all sides."
Longmen China The dragon gate where a carp can transform into a dragon. China
Lono Hawaii Primordial god of agriculture, peace, rain, clouds and the sky Hawaii
Loo Wit Klickitat/ PNW A goddess of fire, volcanoes
Loo Wit Klickitat Native American Goddess of fire, volcanoes PNW
Lopemat Latavia This is the goddess that created cattle
Lopter Norse The aerial. Another name of Loke. Norse
Lot Ireland Hideous Formorian war goddess and goddess of physical prowess and strength Ireland
Lothur Norse God of physical senses norse/Icelandic
Lotis Greek A nymph, who in her escape from the embraces of Priapus was metamorphosed into a tree, called after her Lotis. Greek
Lotus Egypt The Egyptians pictured God sitting on a lote-tree, above the watery mud. Jamblichus says the leaves and fruit of the lote-tree being round represent "the motion of intellect;" its towering up through mud symbolises the eminency of divine intellect over matter; and the Deity sitting on the lote-tree implies His intellectual sovereignty. Egypt
Lotus Greek Lotus-eaters or Lotophagi, in Homeric legend, are a people who ate of the lotus-tree, the effect of which was to make them forget their friends and homes, and to lose all desire of returning to their native land, their only wish being to live in idleness in Lotus-land. Greek
Louhi Finland The matriarch of Pohjola, hostess of the Underworld.
Louhi Finnish Goddess of the ocean and winter Finnish
Lover's Leap Greece The promontory from which Sappho threw herself into the sea; now called Santa Maura. Greece
Loviatar Finland The blind daughter of Tuoni and the mother of Nine diseases.
Lowalangi Indonesia God of the world above and source of anything good Indonesia/Nais Is.
Loxias Greek A surname of Apollo, which is derived by some from his intricate and ambiguous oracles and describes the god as the prophet or interpreter of Zeus. Greek
Loxo Greek A daughter of Boreas, one of the Hyperborean maidens, who brought the worship of Artemis to Delos, whence it is also used as a surname of Artemis herself. Greek
Lsraphm Enochian A sub-angelic Watchtower leader in the North. Enochian
Lu Dongbin China One of the Eight Immortals. China
Lu Hsing China God of employees, justice and salaries and another of the three gods who were known as Fu Shou Lu. China
Lu Tong-Pin China/Taoist Immortal being, he is Tutelary god of barbers. China/Taoist
Lu pan China God of carpenters. China
Lu' dja lako Indians Lu Dja Lako, a monster bull turtle. Southeastern Indians
Lua Roman Also called Lua mater or Lua Saturni, one of the early Italian divinities, whose worship was forgotten in later times. Roman
Luamerava Africa Goddess of sexual desire. Africa
Luandinha Brazil Goddess of water pictured as a snake. Brazil
Luaths Lurgann Celtic Warrior goddess. Celtic
Luaths Lurgann Ireland Goddess of midwives. Ireland
Luaths Lurgann Ireland Luaths Lurgann "the speedy-footed one" Warrior Goddess who was known the fastest runner in Ireland.
Luaths Lurgann Irish A goddess of midwives
Lubanga Buynyopro Uganda God of health. Uganda
Lubangala Bakongo Zaire God of the rainbow Zaire
Lubberkin or Lubrican Irish (Irish, Lobaircin or Leprechaun. ) A fairy resembling an old man, by profession a maker of brogues, who resorts to out-of-the-way places, where he is discovered by the noise of his hammer. He is rich, and while anyone keeps his eye fixed upon him cannot escape, but the moment the eye is withdrawn he vanishes. Irish
Lubins Ireland A species of goblins in Normandy that take the form of wolves, and frequent churchyards. They are very timorous, and take flight at the slightest noise.
Lucerius aka Luceria Greek Lucetius and Lucetia, that is, the giver of light, occur as surnames of Jupiter and Juno.
Luchtain Ireland Minor god of war and death. Ireland
Luchtain/ / Luchtar Irish A Minor war & death god
Luchtar Lud Welsh Chief god Ireland/Welsh
Lucifer Babylon Very haughty and overbearing. Lucifer is the name given by Isaiah to Nebuchadnezzar, the proud but ruined king of Babylon: "Take up this proverb against the King of Babylon, and say, ... How art thou fallen, from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning!" (Isa. XIV. 4, 12). The poets feign that Satan, before he was driven out of heaven for his pride, was called Lucifer. Milton, in his Paradise Lost, gives this name to the demon of "Sinful Pride." Christian/Gnostic
Lucifer Gnostic The morning star. Venus is both an evening and a morning star: When she follows the sun, and is an evening star, she is called Hesperus; when she precedes the sun, and appears before sunrise, she is called Lucifer, the light-bringer. Gnostic
Lucifera Fairy Tale Pride lived in a splendid palace, only its foundation was of sand. The door stood always open, and the queen gave welcome to every comer. Her six privy ministers are Idleness, Gluttony, Lechery, Avarice, Envy, and Revenge. These six, with Pride herself, are the seven deadly sins. Her carriage was drawn by six different animals- viz. an ass, swine, goat, camel, wolf, and lion, on each of which rode one of her privy councillors, Satan himself being coachman. While here the Red-Cross Knight was attacked by Sansjoy, who would have been slain if Duessa had not rescued him.
Lucina Roman The goddess of light, or rather the goddess that brings to light, and hence the goddess that presides over the birth of children; it was therefore used as a surname of Juno and Diana. Roman
Lucy Christian Patron saint for those afflicted in the eyes. It is said that a nobleman wanted to marry her for the beauty of her eyes; so she tore them out and gave them to him saying, "Now let me live to God." The story says that her eyesight was restored; but the rejected lover accused her of "faith in Christ," and she was martyred by a sword thrust into her neck. Christian
Lud Celtic/British London; so called from Lud, a mythical king of Britain. Ludgate is, by a similar tradition, said to be the gate where Lud was buried. Celtic/British
Lud Welsh Chief god Ireland/Welsh
Lud/ Nudd/ Nuada Britain This god is London's namesake
Ludd Celtic/British God of the ocean, war and light. Celtic/British
Luduan China A beast which could detect truth. China
Lug Ireland God of commerce, magic and war. Ireland
Lugal-Irra Akkadia Chthonic underworld god Babylon/Mesopotamia/Akkadia/Sumeria
Lugeilan Caroline Is God of knowledge, strange but knowledge Caroline Is.
Lugeilan/ Luk Caroline Is He is a god of knowledge, strange but knowledge
Luggie s The warlock who, when storms prevented him from going to sea, used to sit on "Luggie's Knoll." and fish up dressed food.
Luggnagg s An island mentioned in Gulliver's Travels, where people live for ever. Swift shows the evil of such a destiny, unless accompanied with eternal youth.
Lugh Pan-Celtic "The Shining One", "Sun God", "Many Skilled", "Fair-Haired One", "White or Shining". A hero and god of War. Pan-Celtic
Lulal Sumeria The younger son of Inanna. He was the patron deity of Bad-tibira while his older brother, Shara was located at neighboring Umma. Sumeria
Lulong Borneo Goddess of love Borneo
Lumauwig Philippines Lumawig The supreme god and creator of all things. Philippines
Luna Greek The moon. The sun and the moon were worshipped both by Greeks and Romans, and among the latter the worship of Luna is said to have been introduced by the Sabine T. Tatius, in the time of Romulus. But, however this may be, it is certain, notwithstanding the assertion of Varro, that Sol and Luna were reckoned among the great gods, that their worship never occupied any prominent place in the religion of the Romans, for the two divinities had between them only a small chapel in the Via Sacra. Greek
Lunang Kafir/ Afghanistan The patron goddess of the Prasun river
Lunang Kafir Afghanistan Patron goddess of the Prasun river Afghanistan
Lung Yen China God of the liver China
Luonnotar Finland Spirit of nature, feminine creator.
Luonnotar Finnish Goddess of the ocean Finnish
Luot Hozjit Saami Goddess of summer Saami/Lappland
Luperca Roman Or Lupa, an ancient Italian divinity, the wife of Lupercus, who, in the shape of a she-wolf, performed the office of nurse to Romulus and Remus. Roman
Lupercal Roman The place where Romulus and Remus were suckled by the wolf (lupus). A yearly festival was held on this spot on Feb. 15, in honour of Lupercus, the god of fertility. On one of these festivals Antony thrice offered to Julius C?sar a kingly crown, but seeing the people were only half-hearted, C?sar put it aside, saying, "Jupiter alone is king of Rome." Roman
Lupercus Roman An ancient Italian divinity, who was worshipped by shepherds as the protector of their flocks against wolves, and at the same time as the promoter of the fertility among sheep, whence he was called Inuus. Roman
Lupi Aymara God of the sun whose wife is the moon. Aymara
Lur Basques Lurbira. Earth mother of the Sun and of the Moon. One of the main spirits of the beliefs and mythical traditions of the Basques.
Lutinus Roman God of fertility Roman
Luz or Luez Daft The indestructible bone; the nucleus of the resurrection body. Daft
Lybie and Lamia Greek Lybie was the mother of Lamia by Poseidon and as there are virtually no references to Lybie in classical literature it seem likely that Lamia, Lybie and the Lamiae are all variations of the same myth concerning the beautiful queen of Libya, daughter of Belus and Libya. Lamia, in Greek mythology, queen of Libya. She was beloved by Zeus, and when Hera robbed her of her children out of jealousy, she killed every child she could get into her power. Hence Lamia came to mean a female bogey or demon, whose name was used by Greek mothers to frighten their children; from the Greek she passed into Roman demonology. Greek
Lycabas Greek The name of three fictitious personages mentioned by Ovid Metamorphoses. (iii, v, xii.) Greek
Lycaon Greek A son of Pelasgus by Meliboea, the daughter of Oceanus, and king of Arcadia. Others call him a son of Pelasgus by Cyllene , and Dionysius of Halicarnassus distinguishes between an elder and a younger Lycaon, the former of whom is called a son of Aezeus and father of Deianeira, by whom Pelasgus became the father of the younger Lycaon. Greek
Lycisca Greek Half-wolf, half-dog. One of the dogs of Act?on. In Latin it is a common term for a sheperd's dog, and is so used by Virgil. Greek
Lycomedes Greek A king of the Dolopians, in the island of Scyros, near Euboea, father of Deidameia, and grandfather of Pyrrhus or Neoptolemus. Once when Theseus came to him, Lycomedes, dreading the influence of the stranger upon his own subjects, thrust him down a rock. Some related that the cause of this violence was that Lycomedes would not give up the estates which Theseus had in Scyros, or the circumstance that Lycomedes wanted to gain the favour of Menestheus. Greek
Lycoreus or Lycoris Greek 2 A son of Apollo and the nymph Corycia, from whom Lycoreia, in the neighbourhood of Delphi, was believed to have derived its name. There are two other mythical personages of this name.
Lycurgus Greek A son of Dryas, and king of the Edones in Thrace. He is famous for his persecution of Dionysus and his worship on the sacred mountain of Nyseion in Thrace. The god himself leaped into the sea, where he was kindly received by Thetis. Zeus thereupon blinded the impious king, who died soon after, for he was hated by the immortal gods. Greek
Lycus Greek 1. One of the sons of Aegyptus. 2. A son of Poseidon and Celaeno, who was transferred by his father to the islands of the blessed. 3. A son of Hyrieus, and husband of Dirce, one of the mythical kings of Thebes. 4. A tyrant of Thebes, is likewise called by some a son of Poseidon, though Euripides calls him a son of Lycus. Greek
Lydia Greek Daughter of the King of Lydia, was sought in marriage by Alcestes, a Thracian knight; his suit was refused, and he repaired to the King of Armenia, who gave him an army, with which he laid siege to Lydia. He was persuaded by Lydia to raise the siege. The King of Armenia would not give up the project, and Alcestes slew him. Lydia now set him all sorts of dangerous tasks to "prove the ardour of his love," all of which he surmounted. Lastly, she induced him to kill all his allies, and when she had thus cut off the claws of this love-sick lion she mocked him. Alcestes pined and died, and Lydia was doomed to endless torment in hell, where Astolpho saw her, to whom she told her story. Greek
Lykurgos Greek The name of a god of N.Arabia, that was supposed to promote fruit bearing trees
Lympha Roman Goddess of healing waters. Roman
Lynceus Greek A son of Aegyptus and Argyphia, and husband of the Danaid Hypermnestra, by whom he became the father of Abas. He was king of Argos, whence that city is called Abas. Greek
Lyr Welsh LLyr, a god of the sea. Welsh
Lyre Greek A lyre is a stringed musical instrument well known for its use in Classical Antiquity. The recitations of the Ancient Greeks were accompanied by it. According to ancient Greek mythology, the young god Hermes created the lyre from the body of a large tortoise shell (khelus) which he covered with animal hide and antelope horns. Lyres were associated with Apollonian virtues of moderation and equilibrium, contrasting the Dionysian pipes which represented ecstasy and celebration. Greek
Lyrus Greek A son of Anchises and Aphrodite and brother of Aeneas Greek
Lysithea Greek A daughter of Oceanus by Tethys and one of Zeus' lovers. Greek
Lysius Greek I. e. the Deliverer, a surname of Dionysus, under which he was worshipped at Corinth, where there was a carved image of the god, the whole figure of which was gilt, while the face was painted red. Greek
Lysizona Greek I. e. the goddess who loosens the girdle, is a surname of Artemis and Eileithyia, who were worshipped under this name at Athens. Greek
Lyssa Greek The personification of rage, particularly martial rage, fury, raging madness, frenzy, and, in animals, the madness of rabies. Greek
Lyterius Roman I. e. the Deliverer, a surname of Pan, under which he had a sanctuary at Troezene, because he was believed during a plague to have revealed in dreams the proper remedy against the disease. Roman
Ma Africa The Goddess of Creation, and mother of Mbali-yamswira. South Africa
Ma Anatolia Mountain Mother and a fertility and vegetation goddess. Anatolia
Ma Asia Minor The personification of fruitfulness. Asia Minor
Ma Cappadocia/ Anatolia/ Turkey A fertility & vegetation goddess
Ma Comana A warlike deity identified by the Greeks with Enyo and by the Romans with Bellona. Comana
Ma Greek The name of a nymph in the suite of Rhea, to whom Zeus entrusted the bringing up of the infant Dionysus. Greek
Ma Greek Ma signifies probably mother, as in Aeschylus, who applies it to the earth to designate her as the mother of all. Greek
Ma Greek Rhea herself was by the Lydians called Ma, and that bulls were sacrificed to her, whence the name of the town Mastaura was derived. Greek
Ma Emma Baltic Goddess of Midsummer. Baltic
Ma Kiela Africa The personification of boiling and dyeing fabrics. Southern Africa
Ma Kiela Bakongo Zaire The deified head of a band of mortal women
Ma Ku China Goddess of springtime. China
Ma Rba Nazorean One of the names of the Great Sealing of the Mighty Sublime Life. Early Nazorean
Ma Shi China A goddess & stellar deity
Ma Shi-Ko China Queen of Heavens and Goddess of the Seven Seas. China
Ma'at Egypt Truth, order, balance and justice personified. Egypt
Ma-ku China Goddess of spring. China
Ma-zu China A sea goddess that is a benevolent guardian of fisherman
Ma-zu aka Matsu China Ma-Tsu, A-Ma, and Mizu-Gami, Goddess of the sea who is a benevolent guardian of fisherman. When you are facing great difficulty, you can call her Ma-zu and she will immediately come to your rescue. If, however, you address her as the "Empress of Heaven", she will have to take time to put on her fine clothing and will be delayed in coming to your aid. China
Maa-Ema Estonian Estonian earth goddess
Maahes Egypt A lion-god, the devourer of the guilty and protector of the innocent. Egypt
Maahes/ Maa/ Myhs/ Mihos Egypt He's the god of sight, sun god of the Nile Delta, & the midsummer
Maanegarm or Moongarm Norse Maanegarm or Moongarm [Moon-swallower]. A wolf of Loke's offspring. He devours the moon. Norse
Maat Egypt A goddess of justice, truth & stability
Mab Celtic A miniature creature who drives her chariot across the faces of sleeping people and compels them to dream dreams of wish-fulfillment. Celtic Fairy tale
Mab Welsh The faries' midwife. Sometimes incorrectly called queen of the fairies. Welsh
Mab Welsh The "fairies' midwife" i.e. employed by the fairies as midwife of dreams to deliver man's brain of dreams. Welsh
Mabb Irish "utter intoxication." Originally Queen of Tara,later Queen of the Faeries and mythological queen of Connaught. She dumped her husband, King Conchobar and created nine Irish kings in succession and took each one her lover. She was also a fierce battle queen. Irish
Mabon Celtic Minor sun god who also ironically represses. & of freedom, harmony & unity
Mabon ap Modron Celtic "divine son", the son of Modron "divine mother"). Synonymous with the Ancient British god, Maponos. He was a hunter god who was stolen from his mother three days after his birth. He then lived in Annwn until he was rescued by Culhwch. Because of his time in Annwn, Mabon stayed a young adult forever. Celtic
Mac Da Tho Irish God of the otherworld. Irish
MacCecht Ireland He was a man of strong and fear. inspiring countenance. The shaft of his lance was the weight of a plough-yoke. He had a wooden shield covered with plates of iron, and upright in his hand he held a spear from the iron point of which blood dripped. Ireland
MacCuill Ireland Son of the hazel, one of the last Tuath kings, was so-called because he worshipped the hazel. Fairies danced beneath the hawthorn. Ogham tablets were of yew. Lady Wilde styled the elder a sacred tree; and the blackthorn, to which the Irishman is said to be still devoted, was a sacred tree. Ireland
MacGreine Ireland 'Son of the Sun', he was the husband of Eriu. Ireland
Macaber Arabic The dance macaber. The Dance of the dead (French, dance macabre.) A dance over which Death presides, supposed to be executed by the dead of all ages and conditions. Arabic
Macar or Macareus Greek 1. A son of Helios and Rhodes, or, according to others, a son of Crinacus, who after the murder of Tenages fled from Rhodes to Lesbos. Greek
Macedon Greek A son of Zeus and Thyia, and a brother of Magnes, from whom Macedonia was believed to have derived its name. Greek
Macha Ireland One of the greatest of the women of the Tuatha de Danaan, she fed on the heads of men slain in battle. She, along with Badb and Morrigu, used powers of enchantment to bring mists, clouds of darkness, and showers of fire and blood over the Firbolgs at Teamhair for three days. The daughter of Emmass, she was killed by Balor in the second battle of Mag Tuireadh. Ireland
Macha[s] Irish One of the aspects of the triple Morrigu, also a goddess of fertility, festival &, sports & war
Macuilcozcacuauhtli Aztec Macuilcozcacuauhtli (five vulture) - one of the Ahuiateteo, the gods of excess. Aztec
Macuilcuetzpalin Aztec Macuilcuetzpalin (five lizard) - one of the Ahuiateteo the, gods of excess. Aztec
Macuilmalinalli Aztec Macuilmalinalli (five grass) - one of the Ahuiateteo, the gods of excess. Aztec
Macuiltochtli Aztec Macuiltochtli (five rabbit) - one of the Ahuiateteo, the gods of excess. Aztec
Macuilxochitl Aztec Macuilxochitl (five flower) - the god of games and gambling, and chief of the Ahuiateteo, the gods of excess. Aztec