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List of Gods
NameOriginDescription
Taditkara Buddhist Goddess of light. Buddhist
Tagabayan Philippines Goddess of marital infidelity. Philippines
Tages Etruscan A mysterious Etruscan being, who is described as a boy with the wisdom of an old man.
Tagni Italy God of witchcraft. Italy
Tagriel Christians Angels of the Mansions of the Moon. There are twenty-eight angels, who rule in the twenty-eight mansions of the moon
Taharial Nazorean An angel of purity and clean thoughts. Early Nazorean
Tahc I Tunica A goddess of war
Tahc-I Tunica Sun goddess and consort of the King Fisher. Tunica
Tahit Tlingit Spirit of fate Tlingit
Tahuti Egyptian God of knowledge and education. Egyptian
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Tai Shan Chinese God who is the ruler of the Seventh Court of Feng-Du, the Chinese Hell.
Tai Yi China The uncreated Supreme Unity. China
Tai Yi Jiu Ku Tian Cun Taoist Tai Yi Jiu Ku Tian Cun, one of the highest rulers in the 10-stage Taoist Hell. Upon death, all human souls must appear before him to be sentenced. Taoist
Tai-Sung-Jing China the god of temporal time, the apotheosis of the planet Jupiter
Taijn Mexico Name for a group of rain gods, still worshipped and presumed to live in ruins of El Tajin(Veracruz) Mexico(Totonac)
Taijn/ Tlaloc Totonac(Mexico) The name for a group of rain gods, still worshipped & presumed to live in ruins of El Tajin Veracruz
Taillte Ireland Goddess of Lughnasadh and associated with the harvest of the first grains, especially wheat. Ireland
Taillte/ Taultiu/ Tailitu/ Telta Irish A goddess of Lughnasadh & August
Taio Lakalai Goddess of the moon. Lakalai
Tajika no mikoto Japan God of strength Japan
Taka rita Polynesia Goddess of adultery Polynesia
Taka-Mi-Musubi-No-Kama Japan Offspring of Heaven and Earth. Japan
Taka-Okami-No-Kami Japan God of the rains in the mountains Japan/Shinto
Take-Mika-Dzuchi-No-Kami Japan God of thunder, rain, and storms as well as a warrior. One of the Raijin, Japan/Shinto
Take-Mika-Dzuchi-No-Kami/ Futsu-Nushi-No-Kami Japan/ Shinto This god is one of the Raijin, A god of thunder, rain, & storms as well as a warrior
Takkiraja Buddhist God Buddhist
Takotsi Nakawe Huichol Mexico Chthonic vegetation goddess, all plant life and the earth are hers Mexico
Taksaka Hindu Snake god Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Takus Mana Hopi Fertility goddess. Hopi, USA
Takuskanskan Dakota Wind spirit and a trickster. Dakota
Talaus Greek A son of Bias and Pero, and king of Argos. Greek
Talia Hebrew Angel in charge of dew. Hebrew
Taliahad Nazorean Angel of water inscribed on the seventh pentacle of the sun. Early Nazorean
Taliesin Welsh A mystical and Druidical poet who was born from a hen. Welsh
Tallai Syria Goddess of dew who challenged Shiva to a dancing contest. Syria
Talos Greek A man of brass, the work of Hephaestus. This wonderful being was given to Minos by Zeus or Hephaestus, and watched the island of Crete by walking round the island thrice every day. Whenever he saw strangers approaching, he made himself red-hot in fire, and then embraced the strangers when they landed. He had in his body only one vein, which ran from the head to the ankles, and was closed at the top with a nail. When he attempted to keep the Argonauts from Crete by throwing stones at them, Medeia by her magic powers threw him into a state of madness, or, according to others, under the pretence of making him immortal, she took the nail out of his vein and thus caused him to bleed to death. Greek
Talthybius Greek The herald of Agamenmon at Troy. Greek
Tam Kung China Local sea god of rain and water able to calm storms by tossing in a handful of peas. China
Tama-No-Ya Japan God of jewelers who made an eight foot long string of 500 curved jewels. Japan
Tamara British Goddess of the River Tamar. British
Tamas Sanskrit The personification of darkness, illusion and ignorance. Sanskrit
Tamats Palike Tamoyeke Huichol Mexico Tamats Palike Tamoyeke Huichol, God of the wind and of air who was also a messenger of the gods, for an encore, put world into its present form and shape Mexico
Tamesis British Goddess of the River Thames. British
Tamfana Norse Norse fertility goddess.
Tamiyo Japanese Japanese goddess of abundance.
Tammuz Assyrian A god of agriculture & fertility
Tammuz Shumerian A Sumerian shepherd-god
Tammuz Sumeria A god of agriculture
Tammuz or Thammuz Syrian A Syrian and Phoenician deity corresponding to Adonis.
Tamon-ten Buddhist One of the four heavenly kings and the heavenly king Hearer of Many Teachings. Esoteric Buddhism
Tamti Assyrian Tamtu. The personified sea,the primordial humidity, personified as a goddess equivalent to Belit, the Nature Mother. Assyrian
Tan ma Tibet Goddesses of health and medicine Tibet
Tana Italy Star goddess who rules over all. Italy
Tana'oa Marquesas Is God of wind and sea and patron of fishing. Marquesas Is.
Tanaquil Roman Goddess of justice Roman
Tanara Yakut/ Siberia The apotheosis of the sky, a sky spirit
Tanara Yakut Siberia Apotheosis of the sky, a sky spirit Siberia
Tane Maori/ New Zealand A god of the woodlands
Tane aka Tane Mahuta Maori the god of forests and of birds. Maori
Tane[mahuta] Polynesian A god of light, fertility & the sky
Tang China Goddess of mercy and justice. China
Tanga-tango Peruvian An ancient deity who existed before anything else. Peruvian
Tangaroa Polynesia A god of fishing, the ocean & reptiles, the life giver of all
Tangaroa Polynesia One of the great gods, the god of the sea. He is a son of Rangi and Papa, Sky and Earth. His wife, Faumea, was an ocean goddess. Man-killing eels dwelled in her vagina, but she taught Tangaroa how to safely lure them out. Polynesia
Tangba Lobi Earth goddess. Lobi
Tangie Danish The water sprite of the Orkneys; from Danish tang (sea-weed), with which it is covered. The tangie sometimes appears in a human form, and sometimes as a little apple-green horse.
Tango Hervey is A god of virgin birth, kinda
Tanit Carthage Goddess of the moon. Phoenicia and Carthage
Tannus British Tinnus or Taranus, Thunder god equated with Thor, the Nordic God of thunder. British
Tannus Gaul Thunder and weather God. He was also God of the wheel fertility and the sky. Gaul
Tano Akan Stool god of Obo, associated with the ancestral stools. Akan
Tano Ashanti The second oldest son of God, and god of the river of the same name. Ashanti
Tanokami Japan Rice field god of the Yamagata Prefecture. Japan
Tantalus Greek Son of Zeus by Pluto, or according to others a son of Tmolus. His wife is called by some Euryanassa, by others Taygete or Dione, and by others Clytia or Eupryto. He was the father of Pelops, Broteas, and Niobe. Greek
Tanu'la Koryak/ SE Siberia A guardian spirit of the earth & its plans & animals, female type
Tanula Siberia Guardian spirit of the earth, plants and animals. Koryak, Siberia
Tanus Italy Star god and consort of Tana. Italy
Tanuta Koryak Earth-Maker, the husband of Yineaneut, Big-Raven's daughter. Koryak
Tao Hua Hsiennui China "peach blossom girl". A protector at the time of marriage, and the deity of the second spring month. China
Tao Kung China God of the diaphragm China
Taoki-Ho-Oi-No-Kami Japan God of carpenters Japan/Shinto
Taoki-Ho-Oi-No-Kami/ Hiko-Sashiri-No-Kami Japan/ Shinto The God of carpenters
Taphius Greek A son of Poseidon and Hippothoe, was the father of Pterelaus. He led a colony to Taphos, and called the inhabitants Teleboans. Greek
Tapio East Forest spirit or god. Hunters prayed to him before a hunt. East Finnish
Tapio Finland The god of the forest.
Tar Nazorean One of the ten angels that accompany the sun across the sky. Early Nazorean
Tar Tiv Nigeria The chthonic earth god
Tara Buddhist/ Mayhayana/ Vajrayana A goddess, the epitaph of the mother of the Buddha[Maya]
Tara Hindu Goddess of the stars. Hindu
Tara Vedic Soma, the moon, carried Tara off with him, which brought about the great war in heaven between the gods and the asuras. Brahma put an end to the war and had Tara restored to Brihaspati.
Taraka India Giant-demon who had obtained all the divine knowledge of yoga-vidya and occult powers. India
Tarakajit Hindu Conqueror of Taraka and the Hindu god of war.
Taranga Polynesian Polynesian fertility goddess.
Taranis Celtic The god of thunder worshipped in Gaul and Britain. Celtic
Taras Greek A son of Poseidon by a nymph, is said to have traversed the sea from the promontory of Taenarum to the south of Italy, riding on a dolphin, and to have founded Tarentum in Italy, where he was worshipped as a hero. Greek
Tarchetius Roman A. mythical king of Alba, who in some traditions is connected with the founders of Rome. Once a phallus was seen rising above one of his flocks. In compliance with an oracle he ordered one of his daughters to approach the phallus; but she sent one of her maid servants, who became pregnant, and gave birth to the twins Romulus and Remus. Roman
Targitaus Greek A son of Zeus by a daughter of Borysthenes, was believed to be the ancestor of all the Scythians. Greek
Tarhunt Anatolia Weather god Hurrian/Anatolia
Tari Pennu India Earth goddess. Khond, India
Tari Pennu Khond India A chthonic goddess
Tariel Nazorean One of the three Syrian deities of summer. Early Nazorean
Tarot Nazorean The angel of time. Early Nazorean
Tarpatassis Hittite Demon who staves off sickness and grants long, healthy life. Hittite
Tarquiup Inua Inuit A lunar deity. Inuit
Tartaro Basque The Cyclops of Basque mythology.
Tartarus Greek According to the earliest Greek views, a dark abyss, which lay as far below the surface of the earth as the earth is from the heavens. Above Tartarus were the foundations of the earth and sea. It was surrounded by an iron wall with iron gates set up by Poseidon, and by a trebly thick layer of night, and it served as the prison of the dethroned Cronus, and of the conquered Titans who were guarded by the hecatoncheires, the hundred-armed sons of Uranus. Greek
Taru Hittite Weather god Hittite/Hurrian
Tarvos Trigaranos Gaul Bull god of Gaul
Tarwan East One of the ten angels that ensures that the sun rises in the east. Early Nazorean
Tasenetnofret Egypt Goddess Egypt
Tasimmet Hittite Goddess of weather and storms Hittite
Tasmettu[m] Akkadia Goddess Babylon/Mesopotamia/Akkadia
Tasmisu Hittite Attendant god Hittite/Hurrian
Tate Sioux A creator spirit of the winds, he controls the changing of the seasons & guides the spirits of dead
Tate Sioux Creator spirit of the winds, he controls the changing of the seasons and guides the spirits of dead. Sioux
Tate Hautse Huichol Mexico Srain and water goddess, additionally responsible for mist and fog Mexico
Tate Kyewimoka Huichol Mexico Rain and water goddess, who is also the goddess of grain Mexico
Tate Naaliwahi Huichol East Rain and water goddess, appears in lightning and brings rain from the east Mexico
Tate Oteganaka Huichol De Rain and water goddess who is also the patron of Laguna De Magdalena Mexico
Tate Velika Vimali Huichol Mexico Goddess of the sun perceived as either a young girl or a royal eagle who holds the world in her talons, she guards it Mexico
Tatenen Egypt Chthonic vegetation god, the apotheosis of the Nile silt Egypt
Tatevali Huichol Mexico Not only the deity of life and health, Tutelary god of shamans, he is the god of fire Mexico
Tathatavasita Buddhist A minor goddess
Tatosi Huichol Mexico He is the the principal god of fire
Tatqa'hicin Koryak/ SW Siberia A vegetation spirit spirit
Tatsuta Hime Japan Goddess of autumn Japan
Taueret Egypt Goddess of fertility, rebirth, justice, pregnancy and childbirth Egypt
Taumata-Atua Polynesia Vegetation god who presides over the fields Polynesia
Taureus Greek A surname of Poseidon, given to him either because bulls were sacrificed to him, or because he was the divinity that gave green pasture to bulls on the sea-coast. Greek
Taurica Greece "the Taurian goddess," commonly called Artemis. Her image was believed to have been carried from Tauris by Orestes and Iphigenia, and to have been conveyed to Brauron, Sparta, or Aricia. The worship of this Taurian goddess, who was identified with Artemis and Iphigenia, was carried on with orgiastic rites and human sacrifices, and seems to have been very ancient in Greece.
Taurocephalus Greek A surname of Dionysus in the Orphic mysteries. It also occurs as a surname of rivers and the ocean, who were symbolically represented as bulls, to indicate their fertilising effect upon countries. Greek
Taurt Egypt Rert or Rertu, hippopotamus goddess mentioned in the Judgment scene from The Egyptian Book of the Dead called the Eater of the Dead - the Devourer of the Unjustified. Egypt
Tawa Pueblo Indians God of the Sun Pueblo
Taweret Egypt The hippopotamus goddess & protective deity of childbirth
Tawhaki Polynesia A semi-supernatural being associated with lightning and thunder. Polynesia
Tawhirimatea Maori God of winds. Maori
Tawiscara Iroquois Evil twin brother of Loskeha. Iroquois
Tawiscara/ Taweskare/ Tawiskaro Iroquois The evil twin brother of Loskeha
Tayau Mexico God of the rising sun. Mexico
Tayau Sakaimoka Huichol Mexico Western setting sun god Mexico
Tayau/ Tau/ averik Huichol Mexico The sun god of the the rising sun
Taygete Greek A daughter of Atlas and Pleione, one of the Pleiades. By Zeus she became the mother of Lacedaemon and of Eurotas. Mount Taygetus, in Laconia, derived its name from her. Greek
Tchort Russia God of Regeneration. Russia
Tcolawitze Hopi Fire spirit Hopi
Tdim Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Tdnim Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Te Po Polynesian personification of the primordial night being which existed in the chaos prior to light
Te Kore Polynesia Primordial void being who was the personification of darkness of chaos prior to light Polynesia
Te mehara Polynesia Goddess of wisdom Polynesia
Te-Aka-Ia-Roe Polynesia Creator being Polynesia/Hervey Is.
Te-Manava-Roa Hervey Is Creator being, one of three Hervey Is.
Te-Tanga-Engae Polynesia Creator being Polynesia/Hervey Is.
Tecciztecatl Aztec God of the moon. Aztec
Tecei'vune East Female spirit of the dawn Siberia(East)
Tecei'vune/ Tne'sqan/ Mratna'igrin/ Lietna'igrin/ Na'chitna'igrin Chukchee/ SE Siberia The female spirit of the dawn
Tefnut Egypt Goddess of the dawn, dew, moisture, justice and rain clouds. Egypt
Tegid Voel Welsh Goddess of water who was identified by the poet Taliesin. Welsh
Teharonhiawagon Mohawk Creator spirit Mohawk
Teiaiel Nazorean A fortune telling angel that controls maritime expeditions. Early Nazorean
Teibas Armenia Tutelary god Armenia/Uart
Teicauhtzin Aztec Patron god of Mexico as well as a minor god of war Aztec
Teiresias Greek Or Tiresias, a son of Everes and Chariclo. He belonged to the ancient family of Udaeus at Thebes, and was one of the most renowned soothsayers in all antiquity. Greek
Tejosnina Buddhist God Buddhist
Tekkeitserktock Inuit God of hunting and the earth. Inuit
Telamon Roman A surname of Atlas, describing him as the sufferer or bearer of heaven.
Telchines Greek A family, a class of people, or a tribe, said to have been descended from Thalassa or Poseidon. Greek
Telemachus Greek The son of Odysseus and Penelope. He was still an infant at the time when his father went to Troy, and in his absence of nearly twenty years he grew up to manhood. Greek
Teleon Greek 1. An Athenian, a son of Ion, the husband of Zeuxippe, and father of the Argonaut Butes. (Apollodorus i.) From him the Teleonites in Attica derived their name.
Telephus Greek A son of Heracles and Auge, the daughter of king Aleus of Tegea. He was reared by a hind and educated by king Corythus in Arcadia. Greek
Telepinu[s] Hittite God of fertility Hittite/Hurrian
Telesphorus Greek That is, "the completing," is the name of a medical divinity who is mentioned now and then in connection with Asclepius. Greek
Telesto Greek Goddess of initiations Greek
Telete Greek The daughter of Nicaea and Dionysus and regarded as the personification of Initiation into a mystery cult. Greek
Teliko Bambara Africa God of hot winds Africa(west)
Telipinu Hittite Agriculture god Hittite
Tellervo Finland The goddess of the forest, daughter of Tapio and Mielikki.
Tellus Roman A goddess of agriculture, grain fields & fertility
Telphochtli Aztec Then run a potent god, the universal and generally malvolent Aztec
Telphusa Greek A daughter of Ladon, a nymph from whom the town of Telphusa in Arcadia derived its name. Greek
Telta Irish Earth goddesses who lived on a magical Hill. Irish
Temazcalteci Aztec Temaxcaltechi, goddess of bathing and sweatbaths. Aztec
Temenus Greek 1. A son of Pelasgus, educated Hera at Stymphalus in Arcadia.
Tempestates Roman Goddess of storms and wind Roman
Ten-brel Chug-nyi Tibetan The twelve interdependent contributories to the origination of all phenomena, equivalent to the Sanskrit nidanas. Tibetan
Tenan-tomgin Chukchee Creator. 'One who induces things to be created'. Chukchee
Tenanto'mwan Koryak Creator spirit. Koryak
Tenantomwan Koryak Big-Raven Creator god. Koryak
Tenato'mni Chukchee/ E Siberia The creator spirit
Tenga Africa Goddess of justice Africa
Tengri Mongol Sky god Mongol
Tenshoko Daijin or Ten Sho Dai Jiu Shinto The Shinto sun goddess.
Tenye Te'en Nigeria Goddess of marital fidelity Nigeria
Teoyaomqui Aztec The god of dead warriors, particularly those who had died in battle. He is a solar deity and the god of the Sixth Hour of the Day. Aztec
Tepeyollotl Aztec The god of earthquakes, echoes and jaguars. He is the god of the Eighth Hour of the Night, and is depicted as a jaguar leaping towards the sun. Aztec
Tepictoton Aztec The Little Molded One. Aztec
Tepozlecatl Aztec The god of pulque, of drunkenness and fertility. Aztec
Tepyollotl Aztec Lord of uncertainty
Ter'he-ne'tar Finland Daughter of the Fog. The Kalevala. Finland
Terambus Greek A son of Euseirus and Eidothea. Once he was tending his flocks on Mount Othrys in Melis, under the protection of the nymphs whom he delighted with his songs, for he was a distinguished musician, and played both the syrinx and the lyre. Greek
Teraphim Hebrew The household, family, or domestic gods of the Jews, similar to the lares and penates of the ancient Romans. Hebrew