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List of Gods
NameOriginDescription
Pirene Greek wife of Agaptolemos.
Piru Finland Spirit, demon. Probably later loan word related to "spirit".
Pisacas Hindu Demigods created by Brahma, the creator of the universe. People, with all parts of their bodies smeared with mud; besmearing their friends here and there with mud; speaking, for the sake of love, various beautiful utterances concerning persons having sexual intercourse and the women fit for cohabitation, instigating sex-instinct; saying indecent words and crying aloud - should play. On that day, in the morning, the Pisacas of dreadful sight - the followers of Nikumbha - enter all the human beings. In the evening, they leave the body of one who does so and is bathed and enter that of another, cursing him, who does not do so. Then the bathed persons should worship Kes'ava. Hindu
Pisces (the fishes) Greek Winter signs. (Greek, zo-on, living creatures.)
Pistis Christian/Gnostic The primordial force of faith. Christian/Gnostic
Pistis/ Pistis Sophia Gnostic Christian The primordial female force
Pistris Greek Pistrix, Pristis or Pristrix. The sea-monster sent to devour Andromeda. In ancient art it is represented with a dragon's head, the neck and head of a beast, fins for the forelegs and the body and tail of a fish. In Christian art the pistris was usually employed to represent the whale which swallowed Jonah. Greek
Pitane Greek A daughter of the river god Eurotas, became by Poseidon the mother of Evadne. From her the town of Pitana had its name. Greek
Pitao Cozobi Zapotec Mexico God of corn Mexico
Pitari Hindu Bo benevolent, she's one of the consorts of Siva Hindu/Puranic
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Pitri Hindu Pitaras. An order of divine beings in Hindu mythology inhabiting celestial regions of their own, and receiving into their society the spirits of those mortals whose funeral rites have been duly performed.
Piyusaharana Hindu Though obscure, this is a physician god Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Piz Enochian A cacodemon.. Enochian
Plataea Greek A daughter of Asopus, who had a sanctuary at Plataeae which according to some derived its name from her. Greek
Plato Greek His triad was To Agathon (Goodness). Nous or Eternal Wisdom (architect of the World) , and Psyche (the mundane soul).
Pleiades Greek Goddesses of the Pleiades Greek
Pleiades Greek Called daughters of Atlas by Pleione or by the Oceanid Aethra, of Erechtheus, of Cadmus or of the queen of the Amazons. Greek
Pleione Greek A daughter of Oceanus and Tethys, and mother of the Pleiades by Atlas. Her name means "to increase in number" and her grandson, Hermes, was the god of animal husbandry. Greek
Pleisthenes Greek A son of Atreus, and husband of Aerope or Eriphyle, the daughter of Catreus, by whom he became the father of Agamemnon, Menelaus, and Anaxibia. Greek
Plotcock Roman The old Scottish form of the Roman Pluto, by which Satan is meant.
Pluto Greek 1. A daughter of Oceanus and Tethys, and one of the playmates of Persephone.
Pluton Greek The giver of wealth, at first a surname of Hades, the god of the lower world. Greek
Plutos Greek He is a minor god of riches
Plutus Greek Sometimes also called Pluton, the personification of wealth, is described as a son of Iasion and Demeter. Greek
Pluvius Roman The sender of rain, a surname of Jupiter among the Romans.
Pmagl Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Pmox Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Pmzox Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Po Chinese In the I Ching "the full manifestation of the kwei" -- the kama-manas or animal soul. Chinese
Po Ino Nogar Cambodia The ruler of worlds and inventor of rice who was born amid the clouds. Cambodia
Po Yan Dari Cambodia Goddess of healing and diseases. Cambodia
Podaleirius Greek A son of Asclepius and Epione or Arsinoe, and a brother of Machaon, along with whom he led the Thessalians of Tricca against Troy (Apollodorus iii). He was, like his brother, skilled in the medical art. Greek
Podarca Greek wife of ?neus.
Poemander Greek A son of Chaeresilaus and Stratonice, was the husband of Tanagra, a daughter of Aeolus or Aesopus, by whom he became the father of Ephippus and Leucippus. He was the reputed founder of the town of Tanagra in Boeotia which was hence called Poemandria. When Poemander inadvertently had killed his own son, he was purified by Elephenor. Greek
Poena Greek A personification of retaliation, is sometimes mentioned as one being, and sometimes in the plural. They belonged to the train of Dice, and are akin to the Erinnyes. Greek
Poeninus Roman/Celtic The divinity of the Pennines, Britain. Roman/Celtic
Poldunica Germany Polednica, Poludnica, Lady Midday. A young girl, a beautiful maiden or a crone who appears at the hottest part of a summer's day. She carries a scythe and will stop people in the field to ask difficult questions and if the person fails to answer a question or is evasive,she will strike them with illness or cut off their head. Germany
Polel Polish One of the divine twins who, along with Lel, equates to the Greek Pollux. Polish
Poleramma India One of the incarnations of the goddess associated with smallpox. India
Poleramma Telegu India A plague goddess associated with smallpox
Polevik Slavonic 'Mistress of the Field'. Slavonic field spirit. She is a trickster who can be propitiated through sacrificial gifts.
Polevoi Poland A spirit of the fields who appears at noon or sunset as a hideous dwarf with grass for hair and two differently colored eyes. He will lead astray people who wander in the fields. If they fall asleep there, he gives them diseases or rides over them with his horse. Poland
Pollux Roman One of the Dioscuri. Castor was famous for his skill in taming and managing horses, and Pollux for his skill in boxing. Both had disappeared from the earth before the Greeks went against Troy. Roman
Pollux Roman The horses of Castor and Pollux. Cyllaros and Harpagos. Seneca and Claudian give Cyllaros to Castor, but Virgil to Pollux. The two brothers mount it alternatively on their return from the infernal regions. Harpagos, the horse from Harpagium in Phrygia, was common to both brothers. Roman
Poloknalai Kafir/ Afghanistan A goddess of animals
Poloknalai Kafir Afghanistan Goddess of animals Afghanistan
Poltrimpt Baltic Corn god. Baltic
Poludnitsy Slavic Ukranian moon-goddesses.
Polunocnica Ukranian 'Lady Midnight'. A demoness said to frighten children at night. She seems to have originally been the third Zorya of midnight with sisters dawn and sunset. Ukranian
Poluvirica Slavic A female forest spirit who appears naked, with a long face, pendulant breasts and three braids of hair down her back. Slavic
Polybotes Greek One of the giants who fought against the gods. The sea-god pursued him to the island of Cos, and, tearing away part of the island, throw it on him and buried him beneath the mass. Greek
Polyboulus Greek A goddess of wisdom
Polycaon Greek 1. A son of Lelex, brother of Myles, and husband of Messene, the daughter of Triopas of Argos. He emigrated from Laconia to Messenia, which country he thus called after his wife. He was the first king of Messenia.
Polydamna Egypt Goddess of healing and herbs Egypt
Polydora Greek 1. A daughter of Oceanus and Thetys. (Theogony of Hesiod 354)
Polydorus Greek 1. A son of Cadmus and Harmonia, was king of Thebes, and husband of Nycteis, by whom he became the father of Labdacus. (Theogony of Hesiod 978 ; Apollodorus iii)
Polyidus or Polyeidus Greek 2. A son of the Trojan Eurydamas, and a brother of Abas, was slain by Diomedes. Greek
Polymede Greek A daughter of Autolycus, was married to Aeson, and by him became the mother of Jason. Apollonius Rhodius ( Argonautica) calls her Alcimede. Greek
Polymela Greek 1. A daughter of Peleus, and the wife of Menoetius, by whom she became the mother of Patroclus. In some traditions she is called Philomela.
Polymnia Greek The muse of sacred hymn and eloquence. Greek
Polyphemus Greek 1. The celebrated Cyclops in the island of Thrinacia, was a son of Poseidon, and the nymph Thoosa.
Polyphemus or Polypheme Greek The celebrated Cyclops in the island of Thrinacia, was a son of Poseidon, and the nymph Thoosa.
Pomona Roman The Roman divinity of the fruit of trees, hence called Pomorum Patrona. Her name is evidently connected with Pomum. She is represented by the poets as having been beloved by several of the rustic divinities, such as Silvanus, Picus, Vertumnus, and others. Her worship must originally have been of considerable importance, as we learn from Varro that a special priest, under the name Pomonalis, was appointed to attend to her service. It is not impossible that Pomona may in reality be nothing but the personification of one of the attributes of Ops.
Pon Yukaghir/ Siberia The Supreme creator god worshiped from prehistoric times until at least 1900 C. E.
Pongo George The terrible monster of Sicily. A cross between a "land-tiger and sea-shark." He devoured five hundred Sicilians, and left the island for twenty miles round without inhabitant. This amphibious monster was slain by the three sons of St. George.
Pontos Greek A god of the sea
Pontus Greek Or Pontos, the Protogonoi and personification of the sea, is described in the ancient cosmogony as a son of Gaea, and as the father of Nereus, Thamnas, Phorcys, Ceto, and Eurybia, by his own mother. Hyginus calls him a son of Aether and Gaea, and also assigns to him somewhat different descendants. Greek
Pope Greek A priest who knocked on the head the ox offered in sacrifice, and cut it up, a very small part being burnt, and all the rest distributed to those concerned in the sacrifice. Wine was poured between the horns, but the priest first sipped it, and all those who assisted him. After the beast had been stunned it was stabbed, and the blood was caught in a vessel used for the purpose, for the shedding of blood was indispensable in every sacrifice. It was the duty of the pope to see that the victim to be sacrificed was without spot or blemish, and to ascertain that it had never been yoked to the plough. The head was crowned with a fillet, and the horns gift. Apparently the Roman soldiers of Pontius Pilate made a mockery imitation of these Roman and Greek sacrifices.
Por Brazil God of the moon. Brazil
Pore Guyana Created the earth and all living things. Guyana
Pore/ Pura Guyanan/ SA He created the earth & all living things
Porphyrion s One of the sons of Uranus and Gaia. He attempted to rape Hera and she set him against Dionysus, promising the giant Hebe's hand in marriage if he could defeat him. Zeus smote him with lightning and Heracles finally shot him with an arrow.
Porthaon Greek A son of Agenor and Epicaste, was king of Pleuron and Calydon in Aetolia, and married to Euryte, by whom he became the father of Oeneus, Agrius, Alcathous, Melas, Leucopeus, and Sterope.
Portunus Roman This god of passage was responsible for guarding the entrance of the city & the house with a festival on August 17th. He sidelines as the guardian of the Tiber estuary
Poruthu-madan Tamil Wrestling demon and the nature spirit associated with the air. Tamil
Poseidon Greek The god of the Mediterranean sea and he is the god of the fluid element. Greek
Poshjo Akka Saami Goddess of Winter Saami/Lappland
Posis Das Greek Sky god Greek
Postvorta Roman Goddess of childbirth, midwives and the past Roman
Pothos Greek A personification of love or desire, was represented along with Eros and Himeros, in the temple of Aphrodite at Megara, by the hand of Scopas. Greek
Pothos Phonecia Hellenic A primordial being
Potina Roman A goddess of children's of beverages & drinking
Potrimpo Baltic God of fertility. Baltic
Poxlom Mayan God of disease, also seen as a fertility god and is often depicted been a hunter. Mayan
Poza Mama Siberian A goddess of the hearth fire
Pozemne Vile Slavic Earth spirits who live underground in mines and caves and hoard precious metals and jewels. Slavic
Ppiz Hiu Tec Mayan God of poetry. Mayan
Praamzius Lithuania God in charge of the passage of time. Lithuania
Prabha India Goddess of health who hands out divine amulets. India
Prabhakari Buddhist Goddess of brightness. Buddhist
Prabhapala Buddhist Protector of light. In Buddhism, the name of a bodhisattva.
Prabhasa Hindu "shining dawn". Attendant god who answered to Indra. Hindu
Prabhavapyaya Buddist That from which all things originate and into which they all resolve at the end of the life cycle. A synonym for Brahman-pradhana. Buddist
Prabhu-pada-aghate Krishna The kicking of Lord Jagannatha. Hare Krishna
Pracanda Hindu Distinctive form of the goddess Durga. Hindu
Prachetas Sanskrit Pracetas. The preeminently intelligent one; a name of Varuna, the god of water. Sanskrit
Prachetasas Sanskrit Prachetasah. The preeminently intelligent ones; the ten prachetasas were sons of Prachinabarhis and Savarna, the daughter of the ocean. Sanskrit
Pradipatara Buddhist/ Mayhayana A minor goddess of light
Pradipta Buddhist Transcendental goddess of light. Buddhist
Pradyumma Davidian/ Tamil A god of love
Pradyumna Hindu A son of Krishna and Rukmini who, as a baby, was abducted by the demon Sambara and cast into the sea and swallowed by a fish. The fish was caught and opened and the child was found inside. He was given to a woman in Sambara's house to raise. Narada informed her about the true identity of the child. When Pradyumna grew up, he battled the demon Sambara, defeated him. Pradyumna was later killed in a drunken brawl in his father's court at Dwaraka. Hindu
Prahana Hindu Rather important mother goddess Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Prahana or prakriti Theosophic Matter in its elemental state, is vyaya (perishable) and parinamin, subject to change. However, when Purusha and prakriti are regarded from the standpoint of the periods of manifestation, their aspects become mayavi (illusory), and hence in their interblending actions subject to the modifications of manvantaric evolution. Theosophic
Prajana Buddhist Goddess Buddhist/Mahayana
Prajapati Hindu Primordial being Hindu/Puranic/Vedic/Epic
Prajnantaka Buddhist God who is Guardian of the southern direction Buddhist
Prajnaparamita Buddhist Goddess, a personification of the religious text Buddhist
Prakde Kafir/ Afghanistan A local deity
Prakde Kafir Afghanistan Local deity Afghanistan
Pramatha Hindu The tormentors, a class of demons who attend upon Siva. Hindu
Pramlocha Hindu One of the nymphs sent to earth by Kamadeva or Indra to tempt the sage Kandu from his devotions. Hindu
Pramudita Buddhist In minor goddess Buddhist/Vajrayana
Pranasakti Hindu this goddess appears to be a rather terrifying deity that rules the centers of physical life
Pranidhasnaparamita Buddhist Philosophical deity Buddhist
Prasannatara Buddhist Rather minor goddess who tramples upon some Hindu gods Buddhist/Mahayana
Prasraya Vedic Mother of the Gods. Vedic
Pratibhanakuta Buddhist Pinnacle of Eloquence and one the names of the 1000 Buddhas from the Blessed Age. Buddhist
Pratibhanaspratisamvit Hindu A goddess, one of context analysis
Pratisamvit Buddhist Collective name for four goddesses Buddhist
Pratyangira Hindu Goddess of rather terrifying aspect Hindu
Pratyusa Hindu Attendant god of Indra Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Praxadike Roman A goddess of enterprise
Praxidice Greek A goddess of justice
Praxidice or Praxadike Greek Goddess of exacting justice or she who watches that justice is done to men. Greek
Praxithea Greek 1. A daughter of Phrasimus and Diogeneia, was the wife of Erechtheus, and mother of Cecrops, Pandorus, Metion, Orneus, Procris, Creusa, Chthonia, and Oreithyia. Some call her a daughter of Cephissus.
Prende Albania Goddess of love. Albania
Prende Albanian Goddess of love and consort of the thunder god Perende. Albanian
Priam Greek The famous king of Troy, at the time of the Trojan war. He was a son of Laomedon and Strymo or Placia. His original name is said to have been Podarces, i. e. "the swift-footed," which was changed into Priamus, "the ransomed" because he was the only surviving son of Laomedon and was ransomed by his sister Hesione, after he had fallen into the hands of Heracles. Greek
Priapos Greek A fertility god that also guarded mariners
Priapus Greek Priapos, a son of Dionysus and Aphrodite. Aphrodite, it is said, had yielded to the embraces of Dionysus, but during his expedition to India, she became faithless to him, and lived with Adonis. On Dionysus return from India, she indeed went to meet him, but soon left him again, and went to Lampsacus on the Hellespont, to give birth to the child of the god. Greek
Priparchis Slavic God who weans and cares for pigs and piglets. Slavic
Prithivi Hindu A goddess of the earth
Prithu Indian The favourite hero of the Indian Puranas. Vena having been slain for his wickedness, and leaving no offspring, the saints rubbed his right arm, and the friction brought forth Prithu. Being told that the earth had suspended for a time its fertility, Prithu went forth to punish it, and the Earth, under the form of a cow, fled at his approach; but being unable to escape, promised that in future "seed-time and harvest should never fail."
Prithvi Hindu Goddess of the earth. Hindu
Priti Hindu Goddess of love and longing. Hindu
Priyadarsana Hindu Moon goddess. Priyadarsana declared, "Matter itself is void. Voidness does not result from the destruction of matter, but the nature of matter is itself voidness. Therefore, to speak of voidness on the one hand, and of matter, or of sensation, or of intellect, or of motivation, or of consciousness on the other - is entirely dualistic. Consciousness itself is voidness. Voidness does not result from the destruction of consciousness, but the nature of consciousness is itself voidness. Such understanding of the five compulsive aggregates and the knowledge of them as such by means of gnosis is the entrance into nonduality." The Dharma-Door of Nonduality
Priyavrata India The Bhagavata-Purana states: "Priya-vrata being dissatisfied that only half the earth was illuminated at one time by the solar rays, followed the sun seven times round the earth in his own flaming car of equal velocity, like another celestial orb, resolved to turn night into day." India
Procne Greek Procne or Prokne was a daughter of Pandion and Zeuxippe. She married Tereus and had one son: Itys. Tereus loved his wife's sister, Philomela. He raped her, cut her tongue out and held her captive so she could never tell anyone. Philomela wove a tapestry that told her story and gave it to Procne. In revenge, Procne killed her son by Tereus, Itys, and fed him to Tereus unknowingly. Greek
Procris Greek Unerring as the dart of Procris. When Procris fled from Cephalus out of shame, Diana gave her a dog that never failed to secure its prey, and a dart which not only never missed aim, but which always returned of its own accord to the shooter. Greek
Promethean Fire Greek The vital principle; the fire with which Prometheus quickened into life his clay images. Greek
Promethean Unguent Greek Made from a herb on which some of the blood of Prometheus had fallen. Medea gave Jason some of this unguent, which rendered his body proof against fire and warlike instruments. Greek
Prometheus Greek Is sometimes called a Titan, though in reality he did not belong to the Titans, but was only a son of the Titan Japetus (Theogony of Hesiod 528) by Clymene, so that he was a brother of Atlas, Menoetius, and Epimetheus (Theogony of Hesiod 507). Greek
Promise of Odin Norse The most binding of all promises to a Scandinavian. In making this promise the person passed his hand through a massive silver ring kept for the purpose; or through a sacrificial stone, like that called the "Circle of Stennis." Norse
Promitor Roman The goddess of growing plants, particularly cereals, and of motherly love. Roman
Pronoia Greek The term for providence, usually Divine Providence, in ancient Greek philosophy.
Pronoia Greek Eros appeared, being androgynous. His masculinity is Himeros, being fire from light. His femininity, innate to him as well, is the soul of blood, the solution of the Pronoia... He is very lovely in his beauty, having charm beyond all the creatures of chaos. Then all the gods and their angels, when they beheld Eros, became enamored. And appearing in all of them Eros set them ablaze. Gaian creation myth
Propator Gnostic The Forefather, the primordial or First Logos as distinct from that from which it emanates. Gnostic
Proserpina Roman A goddess of seed germination & spring
Proserpina or Proserpine Roman One day, as she was amusing herself in the meadows of Sicily, Pluto seized her and carried her off in his chariot to the infernal regions for his bride. In her terror she dropped some of the lilies she had been gathering, and they turned to daffodils. Roman
Proserpine Greek In Latin Proserpina, the daughter of Zeus and Demeter.
Proserpine's Divine Calidore Roman Sleep. In the beautiful legend of Cupid and Psyche, by Apuleius, after Psyche had long wandered about searching for her lost Cupid, she is sent to Prosperine for "the casket of divine beauty," which she was not to open till she came into the light of day. Psyche received the casket, but just as she was about to step on earth, she thought how much more Cupid would love her if she was divinely beautiful; so she opened the casket and found the calidore it contained was sleep, which instantly filled all her limbs with drowsiness, and she slept as it were the sleep of death. Roman
Proteus Greek The prophetic old man of the sea, occurs in the earliest legends as a subject of Poseidon, and is described as seeing through the whole depth of the sea, and tending the flocks (the seals) of Poseidon. Greek
Protogeneia Greek 1. A daughter of Deucalion and Pyrrha. She was married to Locrus, but had no children; Zeus, however, who carried her off, became by her, on mount Maenalus in Arcadia, the father of Opus. According to others she was not the mother, but a daughter of Opus. Eridymion also is called a son of Protogeueia.
Protogenoi Greek The first group of beings to come into existence at the beginning of the universe were the Protogenoi - First Born or Primeval and they form the very fabric of the universe and are immortal. The Protogenoi are the gods from which all the other gods descend. Greek
Protologos Hebrew First Logos; the archetypal cosmic man or synthesis of the ten Sephiroth in the Qabbalah. Hebrew
Providentia Roman Goddess of forethought. Roman
Proxumae Gaul Were worshipped in Southern Gaul and were a group of goddesses who were personal guardian.
Prsni Hindu/Vedic Sutapa and his wife Prsni were instructed by Lord Brahma to have progeny. They performed severe austerities for twelve thousand years of the demigods to have the Lord as their child. Pleased by their austerities the Lord appeared and granted them this benediction. Hindu/Vedic
Prthivi Hindu Earth and mother goddess. Hindu
Prthu Hindu Creator god, noble king who ruled over India, mentioned in Vedic texts. This deity is head of the solar pantheon and introduced agriculture to humankind. Hindu
Pryderi Welsh The personification of anxiety and a custodian of the cauldron of reincarnation in Caer Pedryfan in Annwn, the Welsh underworld. Welsh
Psamathe Greek A daughter of Crotopus of Argos. She was loved by the god Apollo and by whom she had a son Linus. Greek
Psecas Greek One of Diana’s nymphs. Greek
Psilas Greek "The giver of wings," or "the unbearded," a surname of Dionysus, under which he was worshipped at Amyclae.
Psotnik Polish Psotnica, elf-like mischievious spirits. Polish
Psycarpax [granary thief] Lake Son of Troxartas, King of the Mice. The Frogking offered to carry the young prince over a lake, but scarcely had he got midway when a water-hydra appeared, and King Frog, to save himself, dived under water. The mouse, being thus left on the surface, was drowned, and this catastrophe brought about the battle of the Frogs and Mice.
Psyche Greek A beautiful maiden beloved by Cupid, who visited her every night, but left her at sunrise. Cupid bade her never seek to know who he was, but one night curiosity overcame her prudence, and she went to look at him. A drop of hot oil fell on his shoulder, awoke him, and he fled. Psyche next became the slave of Venus, who treated her most cruelly; but ultimately she was married to Cupid, and became immortal. Greek
Psychography Greek Spirit-writing; writing said by spiritualists to be done by spirits.
Psychopomp Greek A conductor of souls; applied to Charon, Apollo, and especially to Hermes, who was the conductor of souls to Hades or the Underworld and back again, an office assigned by Christians to Jesus Christ after his resurrection. Greek
Ptah Egypt Called the world into being, having dreamt creation in his heart, and speaking it, his name meaning opener, in the sense of opener of the mouth. Considered the god of craftsmen, and in particular stone-based crafts. Eventually, due to the connection of these things to tombs the craftsmen regarded him so highly as to say that he controlled their destiny. Egypt
Ptelea Greek A Hamadryad nymph of the Oak tree.
Pu Ma phonation the title given to any god of high rank
Pu Hsing China A god of happiness
Pu'gu Yukaghir/ E Siberia the sun god, he is associated with justice & honorable living & will punish those who are evil or pilot
Puck Icelandic A merry little fairy spirit, full of fun and harmless mischief. Icelandic
Puck or Robin Goodfellow Britain A fairy and merry wanderer of the night, "rough, knurly-limbed, faun-faced, and shock-pated, a very Shetlander among the gossamer-winged" fairies around him. Britain
Pudicitia Roman The personification of modesty and chastity. Roman
Pugu Siberia Yet another God of the sun, this one is associated with justice and honourable living, the defender of the oppressed and the punisher of evil deeds. Yukaghir, Siberia
Pukkasi Tibet One of the Eight dakinis, minor goddesses or female deities, her right hand holding intestines, her left feeding them into her mouth. Tibet
Pukkeenegak Inuit A goddess of children, pregnancy, childbirth and the making of clothes. Inuit
Punarvasu Hindu Refers to the two brightest stars in the constellation of Gemini: Castor and Pollux. In Malayalam Punarvasu is termed Punartham. Hindu Zodiac
Pundjel Australia A creator god who invented most of the skills used by Australian Aborigines, including religious rites. He was very much involved in the initiation of boys into manhood.
Purandhi s Thunder, the lightning's daughter, Aja-Ekapad, heaven's bearer, Sindhu, and the waters of the sea:
Purgatory Jewish The Jewish Rabbi believed that the soul of the deceased was consigned to a sort of purgatory for twelve months after death, during which time it was allowed to visit its dead body and the places or persons it especially loved. This intermediate state they called by various names, as "the bosom of Abraham," "the garden of Eden," "upper Gehenna." The Sabbath was always a free day, and prayer was supposed to benefit those in this intermediate state.
Puru kupali Australia The creator god of the Jinini. Australia
Pururavas and Urvasi Indian An Indian myth similar to that of "Apollo and Daphne." Pururavas is a legendary king who fell in love with Urvasi, a heavenly nymph, who consented to become his wife on certain conditions. These conditions being violated, Urvasi disappeared, and Pururavas, inconsolable, wandered everywhere to find her. Ultimately he succeeded, and they were indissolubly united.
Purusa Hindu "Cosmic Man" The great I Am and the self which pervades the universe. His mind is the Moon, his eyes are the Sun, and his breath is the wind. Hindu
Purva Ashada Hindu The Former Unsubdued. You are caring, gentle nature and have many friends. You are a hard worker and will make an excellent manager. You are supportive and generous and go out of your way to help friends. You have a forgiving nature and do not hold grudges against others. You prefer a simple life above fame and fortune. You would make an excellent manager but would rather not take on responsibility. Hindu Zodiac
Purva Phalguni Hindu Purva Phalguni is the 11th star of the zodiac. Those born under this constellation are marked by stout body with frequent sweating. This people have an intuitive ability to sense others unspoken problems, for which they extend support without being asked.. This quality earns them a great respect and name. Most of them are famous in one way or other and will excel in one special field. Hindu Zodiac
Purva bhadrapada Hindu Former Beautiful Foot. You are a self sufficient and highly resourceful person. You will be very successful in attracting wealth. You will succeed in attracting a lot of friends, some of them rich and powerful. You are a risk taker and your charming personality often gets you out of tight spots. You are a very adaptable person and can change yourself as the situation warrants. You have very discriminating tastes. Hindu Zodiac
Purva shadha Hindu The influence of Purvashadha as a birth star makes one able to be independently wealthy, firm in friendship and devotion, reflect on the Divine, but to a young soul, pride and conceit. Hindu Zodiac
Purvabhahadrapada Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic A benevolent minor goddess of fortune
Purvaphalguni Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic A minor goddess of fortune
Purvashadha Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic A minor goddess of fortune
Pusan Hindu God of meeting was responsible for marriages, journeys, roads, and the feeding of cattle. He was a psychopomp, conducting souls to the other world. He protected travelers from bandits and wild beasts, and protected men from being exploited by other men. Hindu
Pusi Polynesia The family god of Tonuia, the first ancestor. At an opportune time Pusi would bite an enemy and bring upon him a lingering sickness from which he would waste away. Tikopia, Polynesia
Pusi Tikopia Polynesia if this God, the apotheosis of the reef eel
Puskaitis Lithuania God of fruit and is associated with blossoms. Lithuania
Puspa Tibet Goddess of flowers and the natural environment as well as the Bodhisattva of vision and sight. Tibet
Puspatara Buddhist/ Mayhayana A minor goddess