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List of Gods
NameOriginDescription
Nethinium Hebrew The hewers of wood and drawers of water for the house of God, an office which the Gibeomtes were condemned to by Joshua. The word means given to God. Joshua ix. 27
Nethuns Etruscan God of wells and of all water, including the sea. He was the same as the Greek Poseidon and Roman Neptune. Etruscan
Neti Babylon/ Akkadian A chthonic underworld god
Neti Neti Sanskrit Not this, not this. Sanskrit words expressing the inexplicable Ultimate, the Absolute, the transcendental, the Divine, God.
Neur Kataragama God and maker of Heaven and Earth. Kataragama
Neuralger Discworld A female demon which comes to men in their dreams and has a headache. They are usually summoned by mistake, by demonologists who were expecting a succubus. Discworld
Nevertheless Hebrew Few if any Biblical uses of "Baal" refer to Hadad, the lord over the assembly of gods on the holy mount of Heaven, but rather refer to any number of local spirit-deities worshipped as cult images, each called baal and regarded as an "idol". Therefore, in any text using the word baal it is important first to determine precisely which god, spirit or demon is meant.
Nevinbimbaau Melanesia Of Malekula Island, Vanuatu. Some descriptions call her an ogress while others seem to speak of her as simply a female figure. Melanesia
Nextepehua Aztec "Scatterer of ashes". Minor chthonic underworld god. Aztec
Nezha Chinese Nataku or Nata, a deity, the enfant terrible trickster, originally of Chinese mythology. His official Taoist deity name is Zhongtan Yuanshuai.
Ng ai Masai Creator of the universe
Ngai Africa The name of the High God. Kikuyu, East Africa
NgaiKikuyu/ Masai E Africa The creator god
Ngendi Fiji A fertility god who showed men the use of fire. Fiji
Ngewo Sierra Leone The supreme god and creator of all including the spirits. The Mende, Sierra Leone
Ngewo Western Tropics Creator an el supremo god. Western Tropics
Ngunuwo Ewe/ Togo The fates
Ngunuwo Ewe Togo Fates. Togo.
Ngunyari Australia A sky god important in initiation ceremonies having made the bull-roarer and established the rules regarding it. The Ungarinyin, Australia
Nguruhi Africa The all-powerful but remote supreme being and creator who controls the elements and human destiny, but leaves daily occurrences to the influence of the ancestor spirits. The Wahehe, East Africa
Nhdd Nazorean A minor angel. Early Nazorean
Nhodd Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Nhur-Hai Nazorean Nhur-Hai - Light of Life, one of the four sons of perfection behind the north star. Early Nazorean
Ni Huli This god is the sole cause of leprosy.
Ni Origin The sea and the origin of life. Chimu, Peru
Ni Chimu Peru A sea god of significant status
Ni O Buddhist The protector of the Buddhist faith
Niamh Ireland The daughter of Manannan mac Lir and Queen of Tir na nOg. She came down on a magical horse, Embarr, one day and asked Fionn mac Cumhail if his son Oisin would come with her to Tir na nOg. Oisin agreed and went with her to The Land of Youth. Ireland
Niamye Ivory Coast Creator god. Mbole, Ivory Coast
Niangniang China One of the Sacred Goddess of the Heavenly Sages. A legend says Emperor Kangxi dedicated a temple to these female immortals in honour of good deeds they performed on his behalf. China
Nibelung Norway A mythical king of Norway, whose subjects are called Nibelungers and territory the Nibelungenland. There were two contemporary kings in this realm, against whom Siegfried. Prince of the Netherlands, fought. He slew the twelve giants who formed their paladins with 700 of their chiefs, and made their country tributary. The word is from nebcl (darkness), and means the children of mist or darkness. Volsunga Saga
Nibelungen Hoard German A mythical mass of gold and precious stones, which Siegfried obtained from the Nibelungs, and gave to his wife Kriemhild as her marriage portion. It was guarded by Albric the dwarf. After the murder of Siegfried, his widow removed the hoard to Worms; here Hagan seized it, and buried it secretly beneath "the Rhine at Lochham," intending at a future time to enjoy it, "but that was ne'er to be." Kriemhild married Etzel with the view of avenging her wrongs. In time Gunther, with Hagan and a host of Burgundians, went to visit King Etzel, and Kriemhild stirred up a great broil, at the end of which a most terrible slaughter ensued. Volsunga Saga
Nibta Nazorean Threw quarreling into the world. Early Nazorean
Nicaea Greek A nymph, the daughter of the river-god Sangarius and Cybele. A passionate huntress of exquisite beauty, she was beloved by a shepherd, Hymnus, who followed her and watched her closely. She finally became angry and shot him with one of her arrows. Greek
Nice Roman The goddess of victory, or, as the Romans called her, Victoria
Nicephorus Greek Bringing victory, occurs as a surname of several divinities, such as Aphrodite.
Nicevenn Roman A Scottish Witch Goddess from the Middle Ages who rides through the night with her followers on Samhain. Her name can be translated as "Divine" or "Brilliant." She is equated with the Roman goddess Diana.
Nick Scandinavian A water-wraith or kelpie. There are nicks in sea, lake, river, and waterfall. Both Catholic and Protestant clergy have laboured to stir up an aversion to these beings. They are sometimes represented as half-child, half-horse, the hoofs being reversed, and sometimes as old men sitting on rocks wringing the water from their hair. This kelpie must not be confounded with the nix. Scandinavian
Nickar or Hnickar Norse The name assumed by Odin when he impersonates the destroying principle. Norse
Nickneven Scottish A gigantic malignant hag of Scottish superstition.
Nicor Scandinavian A sea-devil, in Scandinavian mythology, who eats sailors. It was three fathoms long, with the body of a bison-bull, and the head of a cat, the beard of a man, and tusks an ell long, lying down on its breast.
Nidaba Sumeria Goddess of fertility, in particular of the date palm and the reed. Sumeria
Nidafell Norse The Nida-mountains toward the north, where there is after Ragnarok, a golden hall for the race of Sindre (the dwarfs). Norse
Nidbai Nazorean Ned-vay (and Silmai) - Two angelic ones who make baptisms valid on a spiritual level. Heavenly Helpers of earthly Nazoreans in becoming pure. "He who established prayers." Signs with the pure sign in baptism. Early Nazorean
Nidhug Norse A serpent of the nether world, that tears the carcases of the dead. He also lacerates Ygdrasil. Norse
Niflheim Norse The world of fog or mist; the nethermost of the rime worlds. The place of punishment (Hades). It was visited by Odin when he went to inquire after the fate of Balder. Norse
Niha-Tu-Hi-No-Kami Japan/ Shinto A fire God in that was responsible for household fires that were in the yard
Nike Greek Personified triumph. She was a daughter of Pallas and Styx, and the sister of Cratos, Bia, and Zelus. Nike and her siblings were all attendants of Zeus. Greek
Nikkal Canaan "Great Lady and Fruitful". Goddess of the fruits of the earth. Canaan
Niladanda Buddhist Guardian god of the southwestern quarter. Buddhist
Niladevi Hindu Goddess who is a consort of Visnu. Hindu
Nilalohita Hindu Sent by Shiva to take birth on Earth to drive away the insanity of the people under the preachings of the Mayavadis and to propagate Srouta Sivaradhya Sampradayam. Hindu
Nilus Greek The god of the river Nile in Egypt, is said to have been a son of Oceanus and Thetys, and father of Memphis and Chione. Pindar calls him a son of Cronos. Greek
Nimrod Genesis "A mighty hunter before the Lord", which the Targum says means a "sinful hunting of the sons of men." Pope says of him, he was "a mighty hunter, and his prey was man". The legend is that the tomb of Nimrod still exists in Damascus, and that no dew ever "falls" upon it, even though all its surroundings are saturated with it. Genesis
Nin Babylonia A goddess of wisdom
Nin Ezan [La]/ Gula Sumeria A goddess of healing
Nin Insinna Babylon Goddess of fertility. Babylon
Nin Mar Ki Babylon "gracious lady", a goddess of Babylon
Nin Mar Ki/ Ninmah Mesopotamia/ Sumeria A goddess goddess
Nin Ur Babylon Goddess with jurisdiction over a varying number of minor gods. Babylon
Nin Ur/ Ninur Mesopotamia/ Sumeria A god
Nin'insinna Mesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ Akkadian A fertility goddess
Nin-Anna Babylon Beer goddess was a venerable and long-lasting deity. All hail to the ale. Babylon
Nin-Ezan Sumeria Goddess of healing. Sumeria
Nin-Ildu Akkadia God of carpenters who is a minor tutelary deity Babylon/Mesopotamia/Akkadia
Nin-Imma Babylon Goddess of fertility who is the deification of the female sex organs Babylon
Nin-gish-zida Gudea Nin-gish-zida is the god of Gudea.
Nin-sar Sumeria Minor goddess of plants. Sumeria
Ninazu Sumeria A god of the underworld, and of healing. Sumeria
Nindara Nijin Who gives advice on the rooftops; you who among powerful lords are, who among rulers hold the staff, a shepherd who oversees the teeming people; who strides about the city's squares by night at the middle of the watch; you who open the gates at daybreak, who make their doors stand open onto the street: you have great divine powers, more than anyone could require. Nijin
Nindub Sumeria A divine architect who was "to build the House in accordance with the Holy Planet she instructed thee." Sumeria
Ninegal Mesopotamia `Mistress OF the Palace'. This goddess originated in Sumer but was only worshipped in Ancient Mesopotamia
Ningikuga Sumeria ("Lady of the Pure Reed"). A goddess of reeds and marshes. She was one of the consorts of Enki, by whom she became the mother of Ningal, and the daughter of An and Nammu. Sumeria
Ningilin Sumeria "Ningilin may at an early date have been confused with a god of magic called Ningirima, who was invoked in spells to drive away snakes." Sumeria
Ningilin/ Ninkilum Mesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ Akkadia A rather obscure god
Ningirama Akkadia Minor god of magic who protected against snakes Babylon-Akkadia
Ningirsu Sumeria A solar deity. Sumeria
Ningis Zi Da Mesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ Akkadian The god of light coming from harassing & tutelary god ofGudea[Lagas]
Ningishzida Sumerian An underworld Mesopotamian deity, the patron of medicine, and also a God of nature. His name in Sumerian means "lord of the good tree". Sumerian
Ningizzida Sumeria 'Lord of the Tree of Life'. A fertility god sometimes depicted as a serpent with a human head, but later he became a god of healing and magic. The companion of Dumuzi (Tammuz) with whom it stood at the gate of heaven. Sumeria
Ninhursaga Sumeria Mother divinity and goddess of wild animals, plants and fertility. Sumeria
Ninhursagaa/ Nintu Mesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ Akkadian/ Iraq The goddess of the earth and creator of humans, fertility & productivity
Ninigi Japan The son of Ame no Oshihomimi no Mikoto, and grandson of Amaterasu, who sent him down to earth to plant rice there. He was the grandfather of Emperor Jimmu. Amaterasu sent him to pacify Japan by bringing the three celestial gifts used by the emperor. The sword, Kusanagi, the mirror, Yata no kagami, and the jewel, Yasakani no magatama. Japan
Ninkaranunna Mesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ Akkadian A Barber god
Ninkarrak Assyria Goddess of healing. Assyria
Ninkasi Sumeria Ancient matron goddess of beer. One of the eight children created in order to heal one of the eight wounds that Enki receives. Sumeria
Ninkigal Assyrian "the lady of the great region", goddess worshiped in Babylon. The sister of Ishtar and the wife of the Assyrian Pluto.
Ninkurra Sumeria A minor mother goddess. Sumeria
Ninlil Sumeria "lady of the open field"). After her death, she became the goddess of the air, like Enlil. She may be the Goddess of the South Wind referred to in the story of Adapa, as her husband Enlil was associated with northerly winter storms. Sumeria
Ninmah Mesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ Akkadian A mother goddess
Ninmah aka Ninhursag Sumeria Was the earth and mother-goddess, one of the seven great deities of Sumer. Sumeria
Ninmena Mesopotamia/ Sumeria A another mother goddess
Ninmenta Sumeria Ninmenta was stunned at these words of the Anzu chick. Ninmenta gave out a wail: 'And what about me? These me have not fallen into my hand. I shall not exercise their lordship. I shall not live like him in the shrine, in the abzu.' Father Enki in the abzu knew what had been said. Sumeria
Ninshorsag Babylon God od of Life. babylon
Ninsikil Origin A tutelary goddess of Dilmun, the place of assembly of the gods, their meeting place and, so far as the Sumerians were concerned, the place of their origin. Her name means the pure queen.
Ninsubar Sumeria Messenger goddess not to be consused with the goddess Inana. Sumeria
Ninsun Akkadia Mother of Gilgamesh and the wild bull Dumuzi, and wife of Lugalbands. A goddess of Gudea, Babylon, Mesopotamia, Akkadia and Sumeria. Aka, "Rimat-Ninsun", the "august cow", the "Wild Cow of the Enclosure", and "The Great Queen.
Ninsun[a] Mesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ Akkadian A cow goddess that was the tutelary goddess of Gudea
Ninsuna Sumeria The "august cow", the "Wild Cow of the Enclosure", and "The Great Queen". A goddess, best known as the mother of the legendary hero Gilgamesh. In the Epic of Gilgamesh, Ninsun is depicted as a human queen who lives in Uruk with her son as king. Sumeria
Ninsusinak Elamite National god of the Elamite Empire and consort of the mother goddess Pinikir. Ninsusinak was god of oaths and judge of the dead.
Ninsusinak Elamite Iran The National god
Nintinugga/ Gula Mesopotamia/ Sumeria A goddess
Nintu Sumeria Ninhursag, the earth and mother-goddess, one of the seven great deities of Sumer. She is principally a fertility goddesses. Sumeria
Nintur Babylon Goddess of the womb Babylon
Nintura Akkadia God of thunderstorms and the plow Babylon/Mesopotamia/Akkadia/Sumeria
Ninurta Babylon God of agriculture, rain, fertility, war, thunderstorms, wells, canals and floods. Babylon
Ninurta Sumeria The deity in charge of the violent and destructive south wind
Ninurta Sumeria Worshipped as part of a triad of deities including his father Enlil and his mother Ninlil. Ninurta often appears holding a bow and arrow and a mace named Sharur to which he speaks when attacking the monster Imdugud, and which answers back. Sumeria
Ninurta war god Hurrian Identified with Astabis. His Hittite name was Zamama. Hurrian
Nio Buddhist Wrath-filled and muscular guardian of the Buddha, standing today at the entrance of many Buddhist temples in Japan and Korea under the appearance of frightening wrestler-like statues.
Niobe Greek 1. A daughter of Phoroneus, and by Zeus the mother of Argus and Pelasgus. In other traditions she is called the mother of Phoroneus and wife of Inachus. 2. A daughter of Tantalus by the Pleiad Taygete or the Hyad Dione, or, according to others, a daughter of Pelops and the wife of Zethus or Alalcomeneus, while Parthenius relates quite a different story, for he makes her a daughter of Assaon and the wife of Philottus, and relates that she entered into a dispute with Leto about the beauty of their respective children. Greek
Nireus Greek 1. A son of Charopus and Aglaia, was, next to Achilles, the handsomest among the Greeks at Troy, but unwarlike. He came from the island of Syme (between Rhodes and Cnidus), and commanded only three ships and a small number of men. According to Diodorus he also ruled over a part of Cnidus, and he is said to have been slain by Eurypylus or Aeneias. His beauty became proverbial.
Nirmali Nuristan Goddess of fertility and childbirth. Nuristan
Nirmali/ Shuwi Kafir/ Afghanistan A goddess of childbirth
Nirriti Buddhist Goddess of misery, misfortune, disease and death and the embodiment of all sins. Appeared at the time of the churning of the ocean before the goddess of fortune. Buddhist
Nirriti Hindu/ Vedic A goddess of corruption, decay, disease, healing & of destruction of evil
Nirriti Hindu/Vedic One of the Guardians of the directions, representing the southwest. She was originally a goddess of death, connected with Devi, who later became the male Guardian. The gender shift also involved a union with Nirrta, the masculine aspect of the female Nirrti. Hindu/Vedic
Nirrti Srargate A System Lord who was interested in creating an advanced human, also known as a "hok'taur", to be used as a perfect host. For this purpose, she experimented on humans on several planets. Srargate
Nirvana Buddhist Annihilation, or rather the final deliverance of the soul from transmigration. Buddhism
Nis or Nisse Scandinavian A Kobold or Brownie. A Scandinavian fairy friendly to farmhouses.
Nisbat Utria Nazorean Nisbat Utria "She Planted", was the mother of Uthras. Early Nazorean
Nishanu Arikara Great sky spirit. Arikara
Nispannattara Buddhist Minor goddess Buddhist/Mahayana
Nisroch s An idol of the Ninevites represented in their sculptures with a hawk's head. The word means Great Eagle.
Nissaba Sumeria Nisaba or Nidaba, goddess of fertility, in particular of the date palm and the reed. In Assyrian times, she came to be regarded as the goddess of writing, learning and astrology. Sumeria
Nit Egypt Goddess of weaving, war, hunting and the Red Crown, creator deity, mother of Ra. Egypt
Nit Irish One of the attendants of Queen Mab. Irish
Nitufta Nazorean "Drop" who abode for 444,000 myriad of years in Her own abode. Female element of the Creator. Early Nazorean
Niu Taiwanese Goddess who Presides over the Birth of Mortals. Taiwanese
Niu She China Goddess of literacy. China
Niu Wang China The guardian of cattle. China
Nix German Kind busy-body. Little creatures not unlike the Scotish brownie and German kobold. They wear a red cap, and are ever ready to lend a helping hand to the industrious and thrifty. "Another tribe of water-fairies are the Nixes, who frequently assume the appearance of beautiful maidens."- T. F. T. Dyer: Folk-lore of Plants
Nixi Dii Roman A general term, which seems to have been applied by the Romans to those divinities who were believed to assist women at the time when they were giving birth to a child. Before the cella of Minerva, on the Capitol, there were three statues, which were designated as Dii Nixi. Roman
Nixies Teutonic The counterpart of the Greek water nymphs, and by the river-gods of the Rhine. Teutonic
Njirana Africa A god, father of Julana, who was alive during the Dreamtime.
Njord Norse A god of fertility, war, wind
Njord Norse A van, vanagod. He was husband of Skade, and father of Frey and Freyja. He dwells in Noatun. Norse
Njord Norse One of the Vanir and the god of wind, fertile land along the seacoast, as well as seamanship, sailing and fishing. Norse
Njord Scandinavia A god of fishing, prosperity & ships
Nkadimpemba Kongo The word coined by the missionaries in the Kongo to convey their ideas of that prong-tailed fire-loving monster they call the Christians' Devil
Nkuando Zaire The god of death and hunters. Zaire
Nkundo Zaire A language, not a deity. Zaire
Nlirx Nazorean A minor angel. Early Nazorean
Nlrx Nazorean A minor angel. Early Nazorean
No Il Ja Dae Japan No Il Ja Dae, Goddess of the toilet. What type of ritual offering does one give to the goddess of the toilet? Japan
Noctiluca Gaul A goddess of Magic from Celtic Gaul
Noctiluca Spanish Goddess of the moon, fertility, life, death and hunting. Spanish
Nodotus Roman A divinity presiding over the knots in the stem of plants producing grain but it seems more probable that originally it was only a surname of Saturnus. Roman
Nogomain Australia Nogamain, a god who gives spirit children to mortal parents. He created himself from nothingness. Australia
Nohochacym Maya A god
Nohochacyum Mayan "Our True Lord" a creator god of the Lacandon.
Nohuichana Mexico Goddess of fish and hunting. Mexico
Nok China An ancient fertility goddess. China
Nokomis Hiawatha Daughter of the Moon. Sporting one day with her maidens on a swing made of vine canes, a rival cut the swing, and Nokomis fell to earth, where she gave birth to a daughter named Wenonah. Hiawatha
Nomi-No-Sukune Japan God of sumo wrestlers Japan/Shinto
Nomius Greek A surname of divinities protecting the pastures and shepherds, such as Apollo, Pan, Hermes, and Aristaeus. Greek
Nommo Dogon Africa Primordial spirits who are associated of rain and fertility Africa(west)
Nomos Greek A personification of law, described as the ruler of gods and men. Greek
Nona Roman Minor goddess of birth Roman
Nong Afghanistan God of winter and cold weather who lives in a glacier, he does not like women Afghanistan
Nong/ Zuzum Kafir/ Afghanistan The god of winter & cold weather that lives in a glacier, he does not like women
Nor Scandinavian The giant, father of Night. He dwelt in Utgard. Scandinavian
Nordre or North Norse A dwarf presiding over the northern regions. Norse
Norn Norse A goddess of the past, one of the fates
Norn plural Nornir Norse The weird sisters; the three heavenly norns Urd, Verdande, and Skuld (Past, Present, and Future); they dwelt at the fountain of Urd, and ruled the fate of the world. Three norns were also present at the birth of very man and cast the horoscope of his life. Norse
Norna Scandinavia The well of Urda, where the gods sit in judgment, and near which is that "fair building" whence proceed the three maidens called Urda, Verdandi, and Skulda (Past, Present, and Future). Scandinavia
Norov Russia God of grain, corn and wheatfields. Russia
Nortia Etruscan An Etruscan divinity, who was worshipped at Volsinii, where a nail was driven every year into the wall of her temple, for the purpose of marking the number of years.
Norwan Wintun The dancing porcupine. The great war among the first people is caused by the woman Norwan. Norbis Kiemila, who claims to be her husband, is descended from the heavenly white oak which forms part of Olelpanti Hlut, the divine mansion in the "Central Blue." Wintun
Nosenga Zimbabwe The sun, the primal source of light, has to be captured so that people may have light to live by. The secret of the sun is that its light penetrates even in the darkest room, just as a swallow can fly through a house before anyone can catch it. Nosenga caught the sunbirds in his trap, and so day broke. Zimbabwe
Nosenga Kotrkore/ Shona Zimbabwe A tribal god that requires an oracle
Notos Greek The south wind and bringer of the storms of late summer and autumn. Greek
Nott Norse Night; daughter of Norve. Norse
Notus Roman God of the southwest wind Roman
Notus/ Auster Roman A god of the southwest wind
Nouhro Babylon Goddess of Light. Babylon
Npat Nazorean A minor angel. Early Nazorean
Nrcoa Nazorean A minor angel. Early Nazorean
Nroa Nazorean A minor angel. Early Nazorean
Nrtya Buddhist Mother goddess Buddhist/Tibet
Nsab and Anan-Ns'ab Nazorean Nsab means the implanter or impregnator, Anan Nsab means spouse of the Planter. Fertility deities. Heavenly Helpers of earthly Nazoreans in implanting righteousness, goodness and virtue within others. Early Nazorean
Nsongo Bangala Zaire Goddess of the moon Zaire
Ntoa Ghana Goddess Ghana
Nu Kua China Primordial goddess and inventor of the flute China
Nu Mus Da Mesopotamia Tutelary god of a lost city of Kazullu Mesopotamia/Sumeria
Nu Wa China Goddess of those who arrange marriages China
Nu gua China God/goddess China
Nu'tenut Chukchee/ E Siberia An earth spirit that is the owner of the world
Nu'tenut Chukchee East Earth spirit who is the owner of the world Siberia(East)
Nuada Irish "Silver Arm" a king of the Tuatha De Danann. He is cognate with the Gaulish and British god Nodens. His Welsh equivalent is Nudd or Lludd Llaw Eraint. Irish
Nuadu Ireland Tribal god of healing and water Ireland
Nuckelavee Scotland A monster of unmixed malignity, never willingly resting from doing evil to mankind. He was a spirit in flesh. His home was the sea; and whatever his means of transit were in that element, when he moved on land he rode a horse as terrible in aspect as himself. Some thought that rider and horse were really one, and that this was the shape of the monster. Nuckelavee's head was like a man's, only ten times larger, and his mouth projected like that of a pig, and was enormously wide. There was not a hair on the monster's body, for the very good reason that he had no skin. Scotland
Nucta Egypt A miraculous drop which falls in Egypt on St. John's day (June), is supposed to have the effect of stopping the plague.
Nudd or Lud Lludd Llaw Eraint Welsh Nudd or Lud Lludd Llaw Eraint, "Lludd of the Silver Hand", son of Beli Mawr, a legendary hero. Welsh
Nudimmud Akkadian An Akkadian epithet of the Mesopotamian god Ea which meant 'begetter', referring to his fathering of Marduk; he is referred to by this name in the Enuma Elish.
Nuggan Discworld Nuggan is the locally worshipped monotheistic and omnipotent God of Borogravia, but elsewhere he is known as the God of Paperclips, Correct Things in the Right Place in Small Desk Stationery Sets, and Unnecessary Paperwork. He usually sports a fussy little moustache. Discworld
Nuli'rahak Inuit Sea Spirit, she lives in the ocean depths, owns all sea creatures, and feeds off the bodies of drowned a fisherman Siberia/Inuit
Nuli'rahak/ Arna'kuagsak Inuit/ E Siberia The Sea Spirit, she lives in the ocean depths, owns all sea creatures, & feeds off the bodies of drowned a fisherman
Nuliayoq Inuit The Queen of the deep who became a goddess of rivers and inlets. Inuit
Numbakulla Australia Were two sky gods who created all life on Earth, including humans, from the Inapertwa. Afterwards, they became lizards. The Numakulla are sometimes described as a dual-aspect deity rather than two separate deities. Australia