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List of Gods
NameOriginDescription
Shen Hsui China God of medicine. China
Shen Hsui Chih China A god of medicine
Shen Nong China God of agriculture, plants and herbs. China
Shen Nung China A god of agriculture
Shen-Lha-Odkhar Bon/ Tibet he is the god of light
Shen-Rab Bon/ Tibet The supreme god
Sheng Mu China Goddess of witchcraft. China
Shenya Zaire The high god of the Angan. Zaire
Shichifukujin Japan A deity of happiness, prosperity, longevity, and wisdom. One of the seven principal deities of luck, identified as Ebisu, Daikokuten, Bishamonten, Benzaiten, Fukurokuju, Jurojin, and Hotei. Japan
Shici-Fuku-Jin Japan/ Shinto these are the seven principal gods of luck, there is a one female involved however
Shilup Chito Osh Choctaw Great Spirit Choctaw
Shina-Tsu-Hiko Japan God of the wind. Japan
Shina-Tsu-Hiko/ Shina Tsu Hime Japan A god of the wind
Shing Li-Kuan China One of the eight immortal beings. China
Shing-moo China A nature goddess. She was the mother of perfect intelligence, and gave birth to a saviour son through an immaculate conception. China
Shingebis Indian A diver who dared the North Wind to single combat. The Indian Boreas rated him for staying in his dominions after he had routed away the flowers, and driven off the sea-gulls and herons. Shingebis laughed at him, and the North Wind went at night and tried to blow down his hut and put out his fire. As he could not do this, he defied the diver to come forth and wrestle with him. Shingebis obeyed the summons, and sent the blusterer howling to his home. American Indian
Shita Hopi A large monster who lived somewhere in the west, and used to come to the village of Oraibi to devour children. Often also grown people were eaten by the monster. The people became very much alarmed over the matter, and especially the village chief was very much worried over it. Finally he concluded to ask the Pookonghoyas for assistance. Hopi.
Shitala Hindu A goddess invoked to get rid of small pox, chicken pox and grant fertility or children. Hindu
Shito Dama Japan An astral spirit, bright red and shaped like a fireball. Japan
Shiu Fang China God of embankments China
Shiva Hindu The supreme God in Shaivism, a formless, timeless and spaceless Supreme God. Hindu
Shiwanni Mexico The god who created the heavens, and with Shiwanoka, his wife, created the Zuni Indians. New Mexico
Shomde Afghanistan Local creator god of the Hindu Kush, Afghanistan
Shoney Scotland Sea faeries living off the coast of Scotland and Northern Ireland. Originally a single god of the North Sea Ireland/Scotland/Manx
Shoten Japan God of gamblers, prostitutes, merchants, speculators, procurers, actors, and geishas. Japan
Shou Hsing China A god of longevity
Shou Lao China A god of longevity that started out as an astral deity
Shou-Hsing Chinese Chinese god of long life and old age. He was the keeper of the book with the life spans of men.
Shoul lao China A god of longevity
Shouxing China God of longevity. He rides a crane and holds a peach, both are symbols of long life. China
Shu Egypt God of light, associated with heat and dryness, often depicted as holding up the sky with his two hands, one at the place of sunrise, the other of sunset. Egypt
Shudala-madan Tamil Elementals which haunt graveyards, and scenes of crime and murder and places of execution. Tamil
Shui Fang China God of the wind and water. China
Shui Yng China Agriculture god. China
Shui-Khan Chinese Chinese god who defends men against evil and forgives their wrongdoings.
Shun China The last of the Wu-di, the legendary Five Kings who ruled ancient China.
Shun I Fu gen China A goddess of drought & of famine
Shurdi Albania A storm god that had been revered in recent times
Shutu Babylon Goddess of the south winds. Babylon
Si Slavic Goddess of justice Slavic
Si Chimu Peru God of the moon Peru
Si'a Phoenicia Minor attendant goddess Phoenicia
Si'duku Kamchadal/ SE Siberia the mother spirit
Si'duku Kamchadal East Mother spirit Siberia(East)
Si'mskalin Kamchadal/ SE Siberia guardian spirit
Si'mskalin Kamchadal East Guardian spirit Siberia(East)
Si-wang-mu China Lived eternally in the Jade Mountains, was Mother Queen of the West and a deputy of heaven who could see the world from her mountain peak and punish evil doers. China
Sia Egypt He is the god of perception
Siaparamita Buddhist Philosophical deity Buddhist
Sibika or Sivika Sanskrit The weapon of Kuvera, the Vedic god of wealth equivalent to the Greek Pluto. Sanskrit
Sibylla Greek Is the name by which several prophetic women are designated who occur in various countries and at different times in antiquity. The name is said to signify the counsel of Zeus. Greek
Siddha-sena Hindu The leader of the celestial beings of both heaven and earth who are endowed with occult yogi powers. Hindu
Siddhapura Hindu City of the blest, or the White Island. A sacred city situated in the extreme north. Hindu
Siddhi Ireland Old gods who live it in the hills Ireland
Siddhi Hindu Minor goddess of fortune who grants favors Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Siddhi Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic A minor goddess of fortune that grants favors
Sidhat Norse [Long-hood]. One of Odin's names, from his traveling in disguise with a large hat on his head hanging down over one side of his face to conceal his missing eye. Norse
Sidskeg [Long-beard] Norse One of Brage's names. It is also a name of Odin in the lay of Grimner. Norse
Siduri Sumeria Minor goddess of happiness, merriment, wine making, brewing and of wisdom Sumeria
Siebog Wendish The god of love and marriage. He is consort to the goddess of love and marriage Sieba. Wendish
Sien Tsang China Goddess of silk cultivation China
Sif Norse The wife of Thor and mother of Uller. The word denotes affinity. Sif, the golden-haired goddess, wife of Thor, betokens mother earth with her bright green grass. She was the goddess of the sanctity of the family and wedlock, and hence her name. Norse
Sigfather Norse [Father of victory]. A name of Odin. Norse
Siguna Scandinavian Wife of Loki. She nurses him in his cavern, but sometimes, as she carries off the poison which the serpents gorge, a portion drops on the god, and his writhings cause earthquakes. Scandinavian
Sigyn Norse Loke's wife. She holds a basin to prevent the serpent's venom from dropping into Loke's face. Norse
Sikhandin Hindu A character in the Hindu epic, the Mahabharata. The son of Drupada, he fought in the Kurukshetra war on the side of the Pandavas.
Sikhin Buddhist/Tibet Physician god. Buddhist/Tibet
Sila Inuit God of storms. Inuit
Silenus Greek It is remarked in the article Satyrus, that the older Satyrs were generally termed Sileni, but one of these Sileni is commonly the Silenus, who always acts a prominent part in the retinue of Dionysus, from whom he is inseparable, and whom he is said to have brought up and instructed. Like the other Satyrs he is called a son of Hermes, but others call him a son of Pan by a nymph, or of Gaea. Greek
Silewe Nazarata Indonesia Goddess Understanding, of wisdom Indonesia
Silik-muludag Akkadian The god among all the gods, offspring of the abstract divine wisdom and the great unseen divine. Akkadian
Silma Inua Inuit Supreme god, rarely invoked or prayed to. Inuit
Silvanus Roman A Latin divinity of the fields and forests, to whom in the very earliest times the Tyrrhenian Pelasgians are said to have dedicated a grove and a festival. He is described as a god watching over the fields and husbandmen, and is also called the protector of the boundaries of fields.
Silvertop Norse One of the horses of the gods. Norse
Simois Greek The god of the river Simois, which flows from mount Ida, and in the plain of Troy joins the Xanthus or Scamander. He is described as a son of Oceanus and Tethys and as the father of Astyoche and Hieromneme.
Simorgh Persian Gigantic bird like the hippogriff or griffin; half phoenix, half lion. Persian
Sin Babylon God of the moon. Babylon
Sin Babylon/ Chaldea A moon goddess
Sin Chaldean Deity of the moon. Chaldean
Sin Dzyan Father of the gods, creator of all things and parent of the sun. Dzyan
Sin Ireland Patron goddess of warriors. Ireland
Sin Irish Patron goddess of warriors
Sina Samoa Goddess of the moon. Samoa
Sinann Celtic Goddess of rivers. Celtic
Sindgund Germanic Goddess of healing charms. Germanic
Sindhu Hindu Goddess of rivers Hindu/Vedic
Sindre Norse One of the most famous dwarfs. Norse
Sing Bongha Kolarian The spirit of the sun. Kolarian
Singala N Arabia A local god
Singala N Arabic , Local god Arabic
Sinhanada Buddhist Physician god Buddhist/Tibet
Sinir Norse One of the horses of the gods. Norse
Sinis Greek Or Sinnis a son of Polypemon, Pemon or Poseidon by Sylea, the daughter of Corinthus. He was surnamed according to some Pityocamptes, and according to others Procrustes. Sinis was called the Pine-Bender because this was his manner of executing his victims and used to ask travellers to help him bend two pine trees to the ground. Greek
Sinivali Hindu Minor goddess of prosperity Hindu/Vedic
Sinnilktok Inuit Goddess of healing Inuit
Sinoe Greek An Arcadian nymph, brought up the god Pan, who derived from her the surname Sinoeis. Greek
Sinon Greek A son of Aesimus, or Sisyphus, and a grandson of Autolycus and a relation of Odysseus
Sins Sga'nagwai Haida/ BC Canada A supreme god that gives power to all things
Sins Sga'nagwai Haid BC Canada Supreme god who gives power to all things BC Canada
Sio Humis Ahopui Rain god Ahopui
Siofn Norse Goddess listed by Snorri norse/Icelandic
Sionnan Ireland Goddess of the River Shannon Ireland
Siosp Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Sipe Gialmo Burma An ancient Goddess of Burma. Usually depicted having three eyes.
Sipe Gialmo Tibet Mother goddess, the queen of the world Tibet/Bon
Sipylene Anatolia/Symnra Mother goddess worshiped in the Metroon sanctuary. Anatolia/Symnra
Sirah Quran Hagiographies of the Prophet, including also information on his wives. Quran
Sirao Indonesia The high god of the north and central Nias Island. Indonesia
Sirara Akkadia Goddess of the Persian Gulf. In creation mythology she is given charge over the waters of the Gulf by the god Enki Akkadia
Sirens Greek Mythical beings who were believed to have the power of enchanting and charming, by their song, any one who heard them. When Odysseus, in his wanderings through the Mediterranean, came near the island on the lovely beach of which the Sirens were sitting, and endeavouring to allure him and his companions, he, on the advice of Circe, stuffed the ears of his companions with wax, and tied himself to the mast of his vessel, until he was so far off that he could no longer hear their song. Greek
Sirin Russian A mythological creature with the head and chest of a beautiful woman and the body of a bird. According to the myth, they lived near Eden or around the Euphrates River. Russian
Siris Babylon Goddess of banquets and rain clouds Babylon
Siris/ Sirah Babylon A goddess of banquets & rain clouds
Sirius Greek The dog of Orion, who followed his master when he was made a constellation. The Dog-star or the Egyptian Sothis. Greek
Sirona Celtic/ Roman A local goddess of healing from the Moselle basin of Germany
Sirona European/Celtic A sky Goddess and a deity of the sun. European/Celtic
Sirona/ Dirona Britain A goddess of beneficial hot springs
Sirone Haiti Goddess of water and protector of bathing children Haiti/Vodun
Sirsir Akkadia Guardian god of boatmen Babylon/Akkadia
Sirtur Akkadia Goddess of sheep Babylon/Mesopotamia/Akkadia/Sumeria
Sisp Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Sisyphos Corinthian The god of the faded sun
Sisyphus Greek A son of Aeolus and Enarete, whence he is called Aeolides. He was accordingly a brother of Cretheus, Athamas, Salmoneus, Deion, Magnes, Perieres, Canace, Alcyone, Peisidice, Calyce and Perimede. Greek
Sita Hindu A furrow; Rama's wife, so named because she sprang from a furrow made by King Janaka while plowing the ground to prepare it for a sacrifice by him to obtain a son. Hindu
Sitala[mata] Hindu Mother goddess of healing Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Sitapata Buddhist Goddess/Buddha designate Buddhist
Sithon Greek A son of Poseidon and Assa, or of Ares and Achiroe, the daughter of Neilus, was married to the nymph Mendeis, by whom he became the father of Pallene and Rhoeteia. He was king of the Hadomantes in Macedonia, or king of Thrace. Pallene, on account of her beauty, had numerous suitors, and Sithon, who promised her to the one who should conquer him in single combat, slew many. Greek
Sito Greek A surname of Demeter, describing her as the giver of food or corn. Greek
Siuelo Tonga The fisherman's god able to walk on the sea. Tonga
Siva Hindu The third god of the Hindu trinity: Brahma the evolver; Vishnu the preserver; and Siva the regenerator or destroyer. Hindu
Sivini Armenia God of the sun Armenia
Sivottama Hindu Minor god Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Siwa Slavic Fertility and love goddess. Slavic
Sjofn Norse One of the goddesses. She delights in turning men's hearts to love. Norse
Skadi Norse A giantess; daughter of Thjasse and the wife of Njord. She dwells in Thrymheim, and hangs a venom serpent over Loke's face. Norse
Skanda India God of war. India
Skeiron Greek God of the Northwest Wind. Greek
Skidbladner Norse The name of the famous ship of the god Frey that could move alike on land or sea and could be made small or great at will. Norse
Skinfax Norse [Shining-mane]. The horse of Day. Norse
Skirner Norse Skirner [The bright one]. Frey's messenger. Norse
Skrymer Norse The name of a giant; also the name assumed by Utgard-Loke. Norse
Skrzak Polish Skrzat, a little flying imp in Polish and Wendish mythology.
Skuld Norse The norn of the future. Norse
Slaine Ireland Slaine mac Dela of the Fir Bolg, the first legendary High King of Ireland
Slaine mac Partholoin Ireland One of the first group of settlers of Ireland after the Flood
Sleipner [The slipper] Norse The name of Odin's eight-footed steed. He is begotten by Loke with Svadilfare. Norse
Slgaiol Enochian A sub-angelic Watchtower leader in the North. Enochian
Sman-Bla Buddhist The twelve heavenly generals who guard the Buddha of Medicine. Buddhist
Smertrios Celtic God of war and tutelary deity of the Treveri. Celtic
Smintheus Greek A surname of Apollo, which is derived by some from a mouse, and by others from the town of Sminthe in Troas. The mouse was regarded by the ancients as inspired by the vapours arising from the earth, and as the symbol of prophetic power. Greek
Smrti Buddhist/ Mayhayana A minor god
Smyrna Greek A daughter of Theias and Oreithya, or of Cinyras and Cenchreis: she is also called Myrrhe, and is said to have given the name to the town of Smyrna. (Apollodorus iii. Metamorphoses X). mentions an Amazon who bore the same name. Greek
Snegurochka Russia Goddess and winter Russia
Snotra Norse The name of one of the goddesses of knowledge, wisdom and Virtue. Norse
Snulk'ulxa'ls Bella Coola/ BC Canada An arctypical god, rather like the Christian god in as he provided a conflict of decent and evil treatment for humans
Snulk'ulxa'ls Bella Coola BC Canada Arctypical god, rather like the Christian god in as he provided a conflict of decent and evil treatment for humans BC Canada
So Ewe/ Hua/ Togo and weather god
So Ewe Togo And weather god Togo
Sobek Egypt Crocodile god. In the Book of the Dead, he assists in the birth of Horus and helps to destroy Seth. Egypt
Sodasi Hindu Minor goddess identified with Tripurasundari, the radiant light in the three eyes of Shiva. She is the source of his wisdom, soul and consciousness. Hindu
Sodza Togo God of the sky, prayed to weekly to send rain. Hua, Togo
Sofh Egypt Goddess of education and letters. Egypt
Sogblen Togo Messenger god who carries the priests prayers to Sodza and brings back promises of good crops. Togo
Sogbo Benin The god of thunder, lightning and fire. Benin
Sogbo Fon Benin A storm god of rain
Sohobo-No-Kami Japan/ Shinto The goddess scarecrows, the apotheosis of an actual scarecrow known as a Kakashi
Sokar Egypt A god of rebirth and rejuvination, depicted as a man with a falcon's head. He was the guardian of the necropolis at Memphis. Egypt
Sokmimer Norse Sokmimer [Mimer of the deep]. A giant slain by Odin. Norse
Soko Nigeria A rather vague and abstract concept, referring more to a mysterious impersonal power than to a personified deity. Nupe, Nigeria
Soko Nupe Nigeria The sky god, specifically the dark sky that precedes the beginning of the rainy season
Sokvabek Norse A mansion where Odin and Saga quaff from golden beakers. Norse
Sol Norse Daughter of Mundilfare. She drives the horses that draw the car of the sun. Norse
Sol Roman A god of war & the sun
Sol Roman God of war and the sun. Roman
Solbon Slavic A goddess of the morning star & the evening star
Solbon Slavic Goddess of the morning star and the evening star Slavic
Solntse Slavic Goddess of the sun. Slavic
Soma Hindu The moon, born from the eyes of Atri, son of Brahma; made the sovereign of plants and planets. Soma ran away with Tara (Star), wife of Vrihaspata, preceptor of the gods, and Buddha was their offspring. Hindu
Soma Scandinavian To drink the Soma. To become immortal. In the Vedic hymns the Soma is the moon-plant, the juice of which confers immortality, and exhilarates even the gods. It is said to be brought down from heaven by a falcon. Scandinavian
Soma Vedic A plant, ritual, intoxicating drink and divinity among Vedic and greater Persian cultures.
Somaskanda Hindu A particular form of representation of Shiva with his consort Uma, and Skanda as a child. Hindu
Somhlth Ireland/Scotland/Manx God who had no corporeal incarnation apart from pure masculine energy. Ireland/Scotland/Manx
Somnus Greek The personification and god of sleep, the Greek Hypnos, is described by the ancients as a brother of Death and as a son of Night Roman
Somtus Egypt God of Dendara. Egypt
Somtus/ Harsomtus Egypt A god
Soniznt Enochian A sub-angelic Watchtower leader in the North.. Enochian
Sopdet Egypt The bringer of the New Year and the Nile flood. She was depicted as a human woman with a star on her head. Egypt
Sopedu Egypt Guardian god of the eastern border Egypt
Sophia Greek/ Gnostic Christian The primordial female force of the cosmos
Sophia Achamoth Gnostic In the Gnostic Pistis Sophia, the second or inferior Sophia, the personification of the productive force in nature. Gnostic
Sophrosyne Greek Goddess of temperance and moderation. Greek
Sopona Yoruba God of smallpox Yoruba
Sore-Gus Hottentot/ S Africa The sun/ sky god
Sore-Gus Hottentot Africa God of the sun/sky Africa(south)
Sororia Greek A surname of Juno, under which an altar is said to have been erected to her in common with Janus Curiatius, when Horatius, on his return home, had slain his sister, and had been purified of the murder. Greek
Sors Roman God of luck Roman
Sosiosh Zoroastrianism Soshyos, the deliverer of the world, who shall come on a white horse in a tornado of fire. Zoroastrianism
Soteira Greece The personification of safety or recovery was worshipped as a divinity in Greece, and had a Temple and a statue at Patrae.
Soteira Greece "the saving goddess", occurs as a surname of several female divinities in Greece, e. g. of Artemis at Pegae in Megaris, of Persephone in Laconia, of Athena of Eunomia.
Soter Greek I. e. "the Saviour" occurs as the surname of Zeus in Argos. Greek