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List of Gods
NameOriginDescription
Molmutius Britain A mythical king of Britain, who promulgated the laws called the Molmutine, and established the privilege of sanctuary.
Moloch Africa Molek, either the name of a god or the name of a particular kind of sacrifice associated historically with Phoenician and related cultures in north Africa and the Levant.
Molpadia Greek An Amazon, who was said to have killed Antiope, another Amazon, and was afterwards slain herself by Theseus. Her tomb was shown at Athens. Greek
Moma S America The moon god, ancestor of mankind and maker of the world. Uitoto, South America
Moma Uitoto SA A god that originally was the creator of mankind & the apotheosis of the moon
Mombo Wa Ndhlopfu Mozambique "Masters of the Forest", serpents that were credited with speech and bad breath. Often associated with the flesh-eating maggots of corpses, ancestral spirits and ghosts took that form as a disguise. Ronga, Mozambique
Mombo Wa Ndhlopfu Ronga Mozambique A tutelary god that lives in & controls the forest
Momu Scotland Goddess of wells and hillsides. Scotland
Momus Greek A son of Nyx, is a personification of mockery and censure. Thus he is said to have censured in the man formed by Hephaestus, that a little door had not been left in his breast, so as to enable one to look into his secret thoughts, Greek
Momus's Lattice Greek Momus's Lattice or Window. Momus blamed Vulcan because he did not set a window or lattice in the human breast for discerning secret thoughts. Greek
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Mon Kafir/ Afghanistan/ Hindukush A warrior god & hero from prehistoric origins and around today
Mon Kafir Afghanistan Warrior god and hero from prehistoric origins and around today Afghanistan/Hindukush
Monaciello [little monk] Italy A sort of incubus in the mythology of Naples. It is described as a thick little man, dressed in a monk's garment and broad-brimmed hat. Those who will follow when he beckons will be led to a spot where treasure is concealed. Sometimes, however, it is his pleasure to pull the bed-clothes off, and sometimes to sit perched on a sleeper. Italy
Monaciello or Little Monk Italian Monaciello or Little Monk, a house-spirit of Naples. Italian
Moneta Roman A surname of Juno among the Romans, by which she was characterised as the protectress of money. Roman
Monje Yoruba Goddess of rivers Yoruba
Monju Bosatsu Japan God of education Japan
Monkir and Nakir Arabic According to Mahometan mythology, are two angels who interrogate the dead immediately they are buried. The first two questions they ask are, "Who is your Lord?" and "Who is your prophet?" Their voices are like thunder, their aspects hideous, and those not approved of they lash into perdition with whips half-iron and half-flame.
Monoecus Greek A surname of Heracles, signifying the god who lives solitary, perhaps because he alone was worshipped in the temples dedicated to him. Greek
Monos Greek The god of pain & sarcasm
Month aka Menthu Egypt A hawk-god, of war. Egypt
Month/ Montu Egypt The war god of Thebes that quit during the 11th dynasty, royal politics you see
Monychus Greek A centaur who is mentioned by Ovid (Metamorphoses xii) Greek
Moombi Kikuyu Creator goddess Kikuyu
Moon-drop Roman In Latin, virus lunare, a vaporous drop supposed to be shed by the moon on certain herbs and other objects, when influenced by incantations. Roman
Mopsus Greek 1. A son of Ampyx or Ampycus by the nymph Chloris and, because he was a seer, he is also called a son of Apollo by Himantis.
Mor Ireland Goddess of the sun and dam of the kings of Munster Ireland
Morgane s A fay to whose charge Zephyr committed young Passelyon and his cousin Bennucq. Passelyon fell in love with Morgane's daughter, and the adventures of these young lovers are related in the romance of Pereeforest.
Morganes Celtic These are female water spirit
Morgante France A ferocious giant, converted by Orlando to Christianity. After performing the most wonderful feats, he died at last from the bite of a crab. France
Morgay British Harvest goddess British/Scotland
Moriel, Ruhiel, Ben Nez and Rujiel Greek Angels of the Wind.
Mories Polynesian Places of worship and sacrifice, could never be entered by women. Polynesian
Morius Greek That is, the protector of the sacred olive trees, occurs as a surname of Zeus. Greek
Mormo Greek A female spectre, with which the Greeks used to frighten little children. Mormo was one of the same class of bugbears as Empusa and Lamia.
Mormolyce or Mormolyceion Greek The same phantom or bug­bear as Mormo, and also used for the same purpose. Greek
Mormon Hebrew/Christian The last of a pretended line of Hebrew prophets, and the pretended author of The Book of Mormon, or Golden Bible, written on golden plates. This work was in reality written by the Rev. Solomon Spalding, but was claimed by Joseph Smith as a direct revelation to him by the angel Mornion.
Morongo Zimbabwe Goddess of the evening star, gave birth to the animals of creation and then went on to create humans. Zimbabwe
Moros Greek The personification of impending doom, who drove every being, mortal, god, or whatever else to his fated doom. He was omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent, and not even Zeus can defeat him. He was a son of Erebus and Nyx, and brother of the Moirae, his agents and servants. Greek
Morpheus Greek The son of Sleep, and the god of dreams. The name signifies the fashioner or moulder, because he shaped or formed the dreams which appeared to the sleeper. Greek
Morpho Greek Or the-fair shaped, occurs as a surname of Aphrodite at Sparta. She was represented in a sitting posture, with her head covered, and her feet fettered. Greek
Morrigan Celtic Morrigan, Morrighan, Goddesses of war of death and destruction from prehistoric origins Celtic/Ireland
Morrigu British Crone aspect of the goddesses who were a trinity responsible for war and ghosts British/Ireland/Welsh
Morrigu/ Morrigan/ Morrighan/ Morgan/ Badb/ Nemain Irish/ Wales/ Britain The Crone aspect of the goddesses who were a trinity responsible for war & ghosts
Mors Roman The personification of death. Roman
Mort Discworld Having proved himself unworthy as a scarecrow he is chosen by Death to be his apprentice. Discworld
Morta Roman Was the goddess of death. She is one of the Parcae. The term Morta is related to the Roman conception of the Fates. Roman
Moruadh Ireland Irish mermaids, they resemble human women but with webbed hands and fin-like feet. Ireland
Morva India They are invisible sky spirits Andaman Is./India Ocean
Morva signifies Locus Maritimus Britain Morva signifies Locus Maritimus. Sea-women and sea-daughters. "The fishermen who were the ancestors of the Church, came from the Galilean waters to haul for men. We, born to God at the font, are children of the water. Therefore, all the early symbolism of the Church was of and from the sea. The carvure of the early arches was taken from the sea and its creatures. Fish, dolphins, mermen, and mermaids abound in the early types, transferred to wood and stone."' Cornwall, Britain
Moschel Latvia The deity in charge of cows, feminine duties and patroness of economic activities. Latvia
Mot Phoenicia The god of the dead and of all the powers that opposed life
Mot Semitic God of death, fertility and sterility.
Mot 'Death' Phoenicia Son of 'El, according to instructions given by the god Hadad (Ba‘al) to his messengers, lives in a city named hmry ('Mirey'), a pit is his throne, and Filth is the land of her heritage. Phoenicia
Moti Mata "Pearl Mother" Tamil Moti Mata "Pearl Mother", stones which are worshipped when cholera appears. Tamil
Motsesa Tuareg The princess who married Bulane, the god of water. Tuareg
Mowis Indian The bridegroom of snow, who, according to American Indian tradition, wooed and won a beautiful bride; but when morning dawned, Mowis left the wigwam, and melted into the sunshine. The bride hunted for him night and day in the forests, but never saw him more.
Moyocoyani Aztec The Prime Mover who created himself. Aztec
Mrantna'irgin Chukchee She went to the lake. Then she began to sing on the lake-shore. "From the lake, O penis, come out!" Then a [mere] penis appeared. She sat down upon it, and she herself copulated with it. At the dawn of the day she went home. Chukchee
Mrgasiras Hindu The Fifth House of the Moon. Hindu
Msal Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Msmal Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Mtdi Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Mtndi Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Mto Enochian A cacodemon. Enochian
Mu Gong China God of immortality China/Taoist
Mu King China God of fire China
Mu'Allidtu Omoroka and Thalatth Deity who assists women in childbirth.
Muati Mesopotamia/Sumeria Maat is merely the moral expression of Muat in the social world. An individual of this expression is known as a Muati i.e. "One who affirms Reality". The collective body of all Muati individuals have the anthropomorphic reference of Haru, the establisher of Maat. Mesopotamia/Sumeria
Mucalinda Buddhist The snake-like being who protected the Buddha from the elements before his enlightenment. Buddhist
Mugasa Bambuti The moon god who originally lived among humankind in an earthly paradise. But, because humans disobeyed his commandments he retreated to the heavens. Since then humans are mortal. Bambuti
Mugasa/ Mugu Pygmy(C Africa) A sky god whose story is close to that of the God of Abraham Genesis one
Mugasha Africa God of water. Baziba, Africa
Mugasha Baziba Africa He is the god of water
Mugello France The giant slain by Averardo de Medici, a commander under Charlemagne. The tale is interesting, for it is said that the Medici took the three balls of this giant's mace for their device. Pawnbrokers have adopted the three balls as a symbol of their trade. France
Mugizi Bunyoro Lake Guardian deity of Lake Albert Uganda
Mugu Kilimanjaro A god of the Maasai, Kilimanjaro
Muhingo Bunyoro Uganda God of war Uganda
Muireartach Ireland Goddess of the ocean Ireland
Muireartach Irish A goddess of the ocean
Muireartach Scotland Battle goddess Ireland/Scotland
Mujaji Africa The rain queens who send drought to their enemies but cause rain to fall on their people. South Africa
Mujaji/ Modjajji Lovedu Africa A goddess of rain immortalized in the book, She by Rider Haggard
Mukasa Lake God of Lake Victoria. Buganda, Uganda
Mukasa Buganda Uganda A beneficent god for he demanded no sacrifices
Mukhambika Korku "Mouth Mother" is represented by a heap of stones within the village and receives a pig for a sacrifice, besides special oblations when disease and sickness are prevalent. Korku, Central Provinces
Mukta Devi India A wife of Dharma Thakuli invoked for fertility. Fertility deity, prosperity, and healing god. India
Mula Hindu A Lunar mansion, or Nakshatra, in Hindu Astrology.
Mula Djadi Origin The Great Origin of Being. Creator god who lives in the highest of all seven heavens. Tobak Sumatra
Mula Djadi Na Bolon Batak Mula djadi na bolon. The self-existent supreme god and creator of the universe is the father of Batara Guru, Soripada, and Mangalabulan. The Batak, Indonesia
Mula Djadi Tobak/ Batak Sumatra the creator god that created everything & lives in the highest of all seven heavens
Mulciber Roman A surname of Vulcan, which seems to have been given to the god as a euphemism, and for the sake of a good omen, that he might not consume by ravaging fire the habitations and property of men, but might kindly and benevolently aid men in their pursuits. Roman
Mulenga Zambia The creator god. The Lala, Zambia
Mulengi Malawi The creator god of the Tumbuka. Malawi
Mulenyi The creator Uganda Another name for Imana. Uganda
Mulhalmoni Korea A goddess of healing, eye diseases & water
Mulhalmoni Korea "Healing Waters". Goddess of women shamans. She is called on especially to heal ailments of the eye. Korea
Mulindwa Uganda Tutelary goddess of the tribal chiefs. Bunyoro, Uganda
Mulindwa Bunyoro Uganda The tutelary goddess of the tribal chiefs
Mulliltu Sumerian The consort goddess of Enlil. Sumerian
Mullo British God of mules. He is known from inscriptions and is associated with the god Mars in the form of Mars Mullo Roman/British
Muluku Congo The creator god of the Benue-Congo-speaking Makua and Banayi people of Mozambique. Muluku created men and women, and gave them the art of using tools, but the humans were disobedient. So Muluku called up monkey and she monkey. He gave them tools, and the monkeys used them well. So Muluku cut off the tails of the monkeys and fastened them to the man and the woman, saying to the monkeys, "Be men," and to the humans, "Be monkeys." Macoua
Mulungu Africa A creator God of the Nyamwezi people of Tanzania in eastern Africa. Despite being the creator and protector of the world, he is distant and has little contact with anyone. It is said that he once lived on Earth, but when someone set fire to the landscape he asked a spider to spin him a web to climb up into the sky, where he lives today. He is revered now as a sky god, with thunder as his voice.
Mummu Babylonian Vizier of primeval gods Apsu, the fresh water, and Tiamat, the salt water. An ancient Sumero-Babylonian craftsman-god, and personification of technical skill.
Munchausen German The hero of a volume of travels, who meets with the most marvellous adventures. The incidents have been compiled from various sources, and the name is said to have pointed to Hieronymus Karl Friedrich von Munchhausen, a German officer in the Russian army, noted for his marvellous stories.
Munchia Greek A surname of Artemis, derived from the Attic port-town of Munychia. Greek
Mundane Egg Egyptian In the Phoenician, Egyptian, Hindu, and Japanese systems, it is represented that the world was hatched from an egg. In some mythologies a bird is represented as laying the mundane egg on the primordial waters.
Mundilfare Norse One of the giant race, who had a son and daughter of such surpassing beauty that their father called them Mani and Sol: moon and sun. Norse
Mungu Africa The name of the Creator in the Swahili language. Africa
Mungu/ Mulungu Swahali/ EAfrica The creator god
Munin Norse Memory. One of Odin's ravens. Norse
Munisvara Hindu/Dravidian A regional Tamil deity who is popular amongst the least Sanskritized social groups of South India specifically Tamil Nadu. Hindu/Dravidian
Munjen Malik Kafir/ Afghanistan A chthonic earth god
Munkar and Nakir Arabic Two black angels of appalling aspect, the inquisitors of the dead. The Koran says that during the inquisition the soul is united to the body. If the scrutiny is satisfactory, the soul is gently drawn forth from the lips of the deceased, and the body is left to repose in peace; if not, the body is beaten about the head with iron clubs, and the soul is wrenched forth by racking torments.
Munkata-No-Kami Japan/ Shinto The sea gods [3] that protected seafarers
Munnin (Memory) Scandinavian One of the two ravens that sit perched on the shoulders of Odin; the other is Hugin (thought). Scandinavian
Munume Uganda Can be found in Limbo in the Land of the Dead. Uganda
Munume Bunyoro Uganda The god Weather
Munychia Greek A surname of Artemis, derived from the Attic port-town of Munychia, where she had a temple. Her festival was celebrated at Athens in the month of Munychion. Greek
Muraja Buddhist Goddess of the tambourine. Buddhist
Murcia Roman Murtea or Murtia. A surname of Venus at Rome, where she had a chapel in the circus. Roman
Murcury Greek The name Mercury is connected with the root merx (merchandise) and mercari (to deal, trade). The early Romans, being above all countrymen, had no need for a god of commerce. The Roman Mercury appeared only about the fifth century BCE. and was exclusively the god of merchants. For long he was known only in this capacity so that Plautus, in his prologue to Amphitryon, reminds his audience that Mercury presided over messages and commerce. Like certain other minor divinities - Pecunia, Aesculanus, Argentinus - he watched over tradesmen's profits. Greek
Murigen Celtic A goddess of lakes, and associated with flooding. Celtic
Muruga Hindu Is the most popular Hindu deity amongst Tamils of Tamil Nadu state in India and in the Tamil diaspora.
Murukan Tamil The embodiment of beauty, the source of spiritual wisdom and the personification of limitless power. Tamil
Murukan/ Ceyon Dravidian/ Tamil A hunting & war god
Musaeus Greek A semi-mythological personage, to be classed with Olen, Orpheus, and Pamphus. He was regarded as the author of various poetical compositions, especially as connected with the mystic rites of Demeter at Eleusis, over which the legend represented him as presiding in the time of Heracles. Greek
Musdamma Sumeria The one whose footers once laid down do not sag, whose lasting house once built does not collapse, whose vault reaches to mid-sky like a rainbow, Musdamma, great builder of Enlil, Enki placed in charge of them. Sumeria
Muses Greek Daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne, presided over the liberal arts particularly, were nine in number, and dwelt along with Apollo near Parnassus, Pieria, and Helicon; Clio presided over history, Euterpe over music, Thalia over comedy, Melpomene over tragedy, Terpsichore over choral dance and song, Erato over erotic poetry and elegy, Polyhymnia over lyric poetry, Urania over astronomy, and Calliope over eloquence and epic poetry. Greek
Mushdama Mesopotamia When Enki organized the cosmos for Enlil he appointed Mushdama as the divine architect. Mesopotamia
Musisi Uganda God of earthquakes. Uganda
Musisi Ndonga Angola Messenger god Angola
Muso Africa(west) Is the dark moon preceding the shinning new moon sliver in the night sky. Africa(west)
Muso Koroni Bambarra W Africa A chthonic fertility goddess of disorder
Muspel Norse The name of an abode of fire. It is populated by a host of fiends, who are to appear at Ragnarok and destroy the world by fire. Norse
Muspellsheimr Norse The abode of Muspel. This interesting word was not confined to the Norse mythology, but appears twice in the old Saxon poem Heliand. In these instances muspel stands for the day of judgment, the last day, and answers to Ragnarok of the Norse mythology. Norse
Mustrum Ridcully Discworld The Archchancellor of the Unseen University. Discworld
Mut Egypt An ancient Egyptian mother goddess with multiple aspects that changed over the centuries. Rulers of Egypt supported her worship in their own way to emphasize their own authority and right to rule. Egypt
Muta Roman Goddess of silence. Roman
Mutial­Amma "Pearl­Mother" Tamil Village mother goddesses represented by a stone. Tamil
Mutinus Roman A minor fertility god of, strongly ityphallic & invoked by women wanting to bear children
Mutinus or Mutunus Roman That is, the phallus, or Priapus, which was believed to be the most powerful averter of demons, and of all evil that resulted from pride and boastfulness, and the like. Roman
Muttalamman Dravidian Plague goddess, especially identified with smallpox Dravidian/Tamil
Muttalamman/ Mutyalamma Davidian/ Tamil A plague goddess identified with smallpox
Mutu Assyria Personification of death and the god of the underworld Assyria
Mutyalamma Andhra A hill god and Pearl-Mother. Andhra
Mw-ene Africa Designates God-meaning the Master, the Chief. The Sagala, East Africa
Mwatuangi Kenya A name for God meaning Cleaver One referring to his giving shape, details, distinctiveness to his creations. The Akamba, Kenya
Mwenenyaga Kenya The creator god who is involved in life ceremonies. The Kikuyu, Kenya
Mwetyi Guinea The supreme being who was also a god of oaths and punished perjury. The Shekuni, Guinea
Mycalesides Greek The mountain nymphs of Mycale. Greek
Mycalessia Greek A surname of Demeter, derived from Mycalessus in Boeotia, where the goddess had a sanctuary. Greek
Myesyats Slavic Moon deity Slavic
Myhs Egypt A god of war and a guardian and a lord of the horizon. Egypt
Myles Greek A son of Lelex, brother of Polycaon, father of Eurotas, and king of Lacedaemon, was regarded as the inventor of mills. Stephanus Byzantius mentions Myles as the protectors of mills. Greek
Mylitta Babylon/Phoenicia Represented the productive principle of nature, and received the title of the queen of fertility. Babylon/Phoenicia
Mylitta/ Mu'Allidtu Phoenician/ Babylon A goddess of fire, childbirth & fertility
Myoken-Bohdisattiva Buddhist Astral god and the god of healing eye-disease. Buddhist
Myrmidon Greek A son of Zeus and Eurymedusa, the daughter of Cleitos, whom Zeus deceived in the disguise of an ant. Her son was for this reason called Myrmidon and was regarded as the ancestor of the Myrmidons in Thessaly. He was married to Peisidice, by whom he became the father of Antiphus and Actor. Greek
Myrrah Greek A daughter of Cinyras and, mother of Adonis. Aphrodite inspired Myrrha with lust to commit incest with her father, Theias. Myrrha's nurse helped with the scheme. When Theias discovered this, he flew into a rage, chasing his daughter with a knife. The gods turned her into a myrrh tree and Adonis eventually sprung from this tree. Greek
Myrto Greek A personification of the Myrtoan sea derived its name. Greek
Myrtoessa Greek The nymph of a well of the same name in Arcadia. Greek
Mysia Greek A surname of Demeter, derived from an Argive Mysius, who received her kindly during her wanderings, and built a sanctuary to her. Greek
Mystis Greek A nurse of the god Dionysus and the Nymph who personified initiation into the mysteries of the god while her son Corymbus represented the sacred ivy, with which the initiates were dressed. Greek
Na Cha China Guardian god who takes pity on oppressed mortals and challenges both the undersea god and his own father in a fight on land, under the sea, and in the air. China
Na Cha/ Li No Cha Chinese/ Taoist The guardian god that was born as a god of from human parents
Na Ngutu West Africa Guardian deity of warriors slain in battle. west Africa
Na Pe N American Created men from clay and women from the leftovers. Native American Lore
Na Pe'/ Na Pe'/ Old Man Blackfoot/ W USA/ Canada The creator who was not a very nice entity, rather human in his actions
Na Tuk Kong Malaysia Are local guardian spirits in Malaysia.
Na'ininen Koryak/ Siberia A benevolent creator being
Naaa Nazorean A minor angel. Early Nazorean
Naamah Canaan A succubus and fallen angel, and is generally regarded as an aspect or relation of Lilith. Naamah is said to have engaged, like Lilith, in intercourse with Adam. Canaan
Naas Gnostic Uses several tactics, including sexually pleasuring both Adam and Eve, to gain power over and destroy Adam and Eve. Naas is said to have "had Adam like a boy". Naas' sins were called arsenokoitai. This suggests arsenoskoitai refers to a male using superior power or position to take sexual advantage of another. Gnostic
Naas Ireland Wife of Lugh who died in county Kildere. Ireland
Naastrand Norse Naastrand [The shore of corpses]. A place of punishment for the wicked after Ragnarok. Norse
Nabo or Nebo Babylon One of the divinities of the Assyrians, supposed to be the moon. Many of the kings of Babylon assumed the name.
Nabongo Kenya The Father of all and the supreme deity of the Abaluyia. Kenya
Nabu Mesopotamia God of wisdom and writing, worshipped by Babylonians as the son of Marduk and his consort, Sarpanitum, and as the grandson of Ea. Nabu's consort was Tashmetum. Mesopotamia
Nabudi Oceania Goddesses of illness. Oceania
Nachunde Elamite A sun god
Nacon Maya He is the god of war
Naenia Roman A dirge or lamentation such as was uttered at funerals, either by relatives of the deceased or by hired persons. At Rome Naenia was personified and worshipped as a goddess, who even had a chapel, which, however, as in the case of all other gods in connection with the dead, was outside the walls of the city, near the porta Viminalis. The object of this worship was probably to procure rest and peace for the departed in the lower world. Roman
Naga Hindu Serpents; the king of them is Sesha, the sacred serpent of Vishnu. Hindu
Nagadya Uganda Goddess who causes the rains to fall, allowing food to grow. Uganda
Nagakumara Jain One of the group the gods with the title of bhvanavasi who were associated with rain and thunder Jain
Nagaraja Hindu A Sanskrit word from naga (snake) and raj (king) meaning King of Snakes. It is applied to two main deities, Vasuki and Takshak. Vasuki and Takshak are brothers, children of Kashyap and Kadru, who are the parents of all snakes. Hindu
Nagawonyi Uganda Goddess who, along with Nagadya, causes the rains to fall, allowing food to grow. Uganda
Nagini Harry Potter A snake and the pet of Lord Voldemort, a Parseltongue, who is capable of communicating with her.
Nagini India Snake beings worshiped throughout India as divinities who provide protection from dangers.
Naglfar [Nail-ship] Norse A mythical ship made of nail-parings. It appears in Ragnarok. Norse
Nah-hunte Elamite God of the sun. Elamite
Nahi Arabia The patron god of Thamud, in northern Arabia.
Nahual Aztec From the Nahuatl word nahualli which was used to refer to practicioners of harmful magic. In the aztec belief system the day of a persons birth caluclated in the Tonalpohualli would determine the nature of the person - each day was associated with an animal which could have a strong or weak aspect.
Nahuti Ehecatl Aztec The god Ehecatl sacrifices all the gods, and then with a powerful wind makes the sun begin to move. Aztec
Nahuti Ollin Tonatiuh Aztec ("Movement of the Sun") was the sun god. The Aztec people considered him the leader of Tollan, their heaven. He was also known as the fifth sun, because the Aztecs believed that he was the sun that took over when the fourth sun was expelled from the sky. Aztec
Nahuti Ollin/ Ollin/ Ollintonatiuh Aztec A creator god
Nai Gan Ghanna A god of the ocean
Nai No Kami Japan God of earthquakes. Japan
Naiad[s] Greek Any nymph who presided over brooks , springs or fountains