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List of Gods
Tonttu Finland Generally benign tutelary. Originally, a patron of cultivated land, keeper of lot.
Tootega Inuit Tootega is a wisened old goddess, who lives in a stone hut and has the ability to walk on water. Inuit
Top'tine Brazil Goddess of fire Peru/Brazil
Topogh Kenya Goddess of the evening star Kenya
Topoh Pokot/ Suk / Uganda This astral god is the god of the evening star
Topoh Pokot Uganda Astral god associated with the evening star Uganda
Tork Armenia Guardian of the mountains and their inhabitants Armenia
Tork Armenia This god is the guardian of the mountains & their inhabitants
Tornarssuk Inuit A god of the underworld and head of the protective gods known as the tornat. Inuit
Tornat Inuit Tornat are a group of protective gods, led by Tornarsuk. Inuit
Torngasoak Inuit A very powerful sky god, one of the more important deities in the Inuit pantheon.
Toro Zaire Creator god Ngbandi, Zaire
Toro Ngbandi Zaire He is the creator god
Tororut Pokot/ Suk / Uganda He is the creator god
Tororut Pokot Uganda Creator god Uganda
Totilma'il Mayan Androgynous creator being Mayan/Tzotzi
Totolteactl Aztec Fertility god, concerned with the Maguey plant and the art of growing pulque. Aztec
Tou Mou China Goddess of justice China
Touia Fatuna Tonga/ Polynesia The earth goddess, the deification of the rock deep in the earth that rumbles & gives birth to new land
Touia Fatuna Tonga Polynesia Goddess of the earth, the deification of the rock deep in the earth who rumbles and gives birth to new land Polynesia
Toumou Egypt A god of Egypt mentioned in The Golden Bough.
Toutatis or Teutates Britain A tribal protector worshipped in ancient Gaul and Britain.
Toyo Uke Japan Goddess of war Japan
Toyo Uke Bime Japan Goddess of foodstuffs Japan/Shinto
Toyota Mahime Japan Goddess of the sea Japan
Tozi Aztec Goddess of health and healing. Aztec
Tpau Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Tplau Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Trailokyaviaya Buddhist Wisdom king Conqueror of the Threefold World. Esoteric Buddhism
Tranquillitas Vacuna Roman A goddess who presided over doing nothing. Roman
Trayasrinsa Hindu/ Vedic The collective name for the group of Deva gods
Trgiaob Nazorean As an angel who protects wild birds from extinction, pollution and destruction of their habitat. Early Nazorean
Tricolonus Greek Two mythical personages, one a son of Lycaon, and founder of Tricoloni in Arcadia (Pausanias viii), and the other one of the suitors of Hippodameia, who was conquered and killed by Oenomaus.
Tridamus Celtic The male deification of bovine triplication, conceived as a manifestation of abundance. Celtic
Triduana Scotland Goddess of Edinburgh Scotland
Triglav Slavic A god or complex of gods similar in nature to the Trinity in Christianity or Trimurti in Hinduism. Slavic
Trikantakidevi Hindu Goddess of terrible appearance Hindu
Trimurti Hindu The Hindu triad, consisting of Brahma, the emanator or evolver; Vishnu, the sustainer or preserver; and Siva, the beneficent, the destroyer, and the regenerator.
Trinity Tertullian Christian Trinity Tertullian (160-240 CE) introduced this word into Christian theology. The word triad is much older. Almost every mythology has a threefold deity.
Triopas Greek Son of Poseidon and Canace, a daughter of Aeolus or of Helios and Rhodos, and the father of Iphimedeia and Erysichthon, he is also called the father of Pelasgus. He expelled the Pelasgians from the Dotian plain, but was himself obliged to emigrate, and went to Caria, where he founded Cnidus on the Triopian promontory. His son Erysichthon was punished by Demeter with insatiable hunger, because he had violated her sacred grove but others relate the same of Triopas himself. Greek
Triptolemus Greek A son of Celeus and Metaneira or Polymnia, or according to others, a son of king Eleusis by Cothonea. Greek
Tripura Hindu One of the group of ten goddesses of Hindu mythology collectively called mahavidyas.
Trita Greek The archaic name of Greek god Poseidon.
Trita Iranian Goddess of the heavenly waters. Iranian
Triton Greek A sea deity, who dwells with Father Neptune in a golden palace at the bottom of the sea. The chief employment of tritons is to blow a conch to smooth the sea when it is ruffled.
Tritons Roman Minor sea gods
Triumphator Roman A surname of the god Jupiter. Roman
Trivikrama Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic A god that may have been a sun god but is accepted as an incarnation of Visnu
Trograin Ireland A tribal god who was overshadowed by Lug. Ireland
Trograin/ Lug Irish A minor god
Troll Norse A hill-spirit. Hence Trolls are called Hill-people or Hill-folk, supposed to be immensely rich, and especially dislike noise. Norse
Trolls Norse Dwarfs of Northern mythology, living in hills or mounds; they are represented as stumpy, misshapen, and humpbacked, inclined to thieving, and fond of carrying off children or substituting one of their own offspring for that of a human mother. They are called hill-people, and are especially averse to noise, from a recollection of the time when Thor used to be for ever flinging his hammer after them. Norse
Tros Greek 1. A son of Erichthonius and Astyoclie, and a grandson of Dardanus. He was married to Calirrhoe, by whom he became the father of Ilus, Assaracus and Ganymedes, and was king of Phrygia. The country and people of Troy derived their name from him. He gave up his son Ganymedes to Zeus for a present of horses.
Trows Scandinavian Dwarfs of Orkney and Shetland mythology, similar to the Scandinavian Trolls. There are land-trows and sea-trows. "Trow tak' thee" is a phrase still used by the island women when angry with their children.
Trsiel Nazorean An angel who has dominion over rivers. Early Nazorean
Trukwinu Mana Hopi A goddess rain
Trulli Norse Female spirits noted for their kindness to men. Norse
Ts'an Hsien China First cultivator, and the goddess, of silkworms. China
Ts'an Nu China A goddess of silkworms
Tsa'qamae Qwe'gsotenox BC Canada the god that controls salmon migration
Tsai Shen China A god of wealth, associated with the mandarins
Tsai Shen Yeh aka Lu Shing China Tsai Shen Yeh aka Lu Shing or The Star God of Wealth. God of wealth. China
Tsao Chun China God of kitchens and stoves who ascends to heaven every year to report to the Jade Emperor on the good or bad behavior of each family member. China
Tsao Wang China God of the hearth fire China
Tsaphiel Nazorean Anangel governing the moon. Early Nazorean
Tsehub Hittite God of weather Hittite
Tsentsa Huron The name of the Good Twin. Huron
Tsetse Zaire Goddess of lightning. Boshongo, Zaire
Tsho gyalma Tibet Goddess of happiness Tibet
Tsi Siberia Goddess of justice Siberia
Tsi-tsai Chinese The Self-existent, that which is the unknown darkness. Chinese
Tsichtinako Acoma Female spirit of the creation myth Acoma
Tsilah Haiti Goddess of fortune and beauty Haiti/Vodun
Tsohanoai Navaho God of the sun. Navaho
Tsui'goab Hottentot "Father of Our Fathers." A rain god who lives in the clouds. Hottentot
Tsuki-Yomi Japan A god of the moon
Tsukiyomi Japan Deity, of uncertain gender, of the moon. Japan
Tsunigoab Khoi Namibia Creator god of who walks with a limp and was invoked at dawn each day Namibia
Tu China A chthonic earth goddess & fertility spirit
Tu Di Gong China A local earth god worshipped in China.
Tu Er Shen Chinese A Chinese deity who manages the love and sex between men. His name literally means "rabbit deity".
Tu P'ing China God of robbers China
Tu'o-ne'la Finland The abode of Tuoni. The Kalevala. Finland
Tu'o-ne'tar Finland The hostess of Death-land; a daughter of Tuoni. The Kalevala. Finland
Tu'ri Finland Tuuri. The god of the Honey-land. The Kalevala. Finland
Tu-Metua Hervey Is God of silence who had an immaculate birth Hervey Is.
Tu-le'tar (Tuule'tar) Finland A goddess of the winds. The Kalevala. Finland
Tu-lik'ki (Tuullk'ki) Finland One of the daughters of Tapio. The Kalevala. Finland
Tu-o'ni Finland The god of death. The Kalevala. Finland
Tua Pek Kong Chinese One of the pantheon of Malaysian Chinese Gods.
Tual s One of the angel's representing Taurus the bull. Early Nazorean
Tuan MacCarell Ireland A God of animals and woodlands. Ireland
Tuat Egyptian Tiau, Tiaou. The region of the underworld or of the dead. Egyptian
Tuatha De Dananmn Ireland Collective name for the final pantheon. Ireland
Tubiel Nazorean An angel invoked for the return of lost budgies. Early Nazorean
Tuetates Celtic God of war. Celtic
Tuetatesa Gaul God of war. Gaul
Tui China Goddess of happiness. China
Tule Zande Sudan Spider god who brought the seeds of all the plants on earth Sudan
Tulku sprul sku Tibetan Phantom, disembodied spirit. Tibetan
Tulsi India Goddess of basil plants. India
Tulugaak Inuit The creator of light. Inuit
Tum Egypt A primordial divinity issued from Nut. One of the main functions of Tum is generating the heavenly bodies and all celestial beings. Egypt
Tumatauenga Polynesia God of war who was given charge over mankind. Polynesia
Tumu-nui Tahitan A major god in the Tahitan creation myth and he and his wife Paparaharaha were responsible for creating the pillars that hold up the sky.
Tunehakwe Onondaga The Three Sisters, deities of crops. Onondaga
Tunek Inuit God of seal hunters. Inuit
Tung Lu China God of snow and skis. China
Tunkan Ingan Dakota God of Sex and jolly bonking. Dakota
Tuntu Ainu The sky-god of the Ainu people of the island of Hokkaido.
Tuo'nen Poi'ka Finland The son of Tuoni. The Kalevala. Finland
Tuomas Finland Eternally befuddled.
Tuonetar Finland Name referring to both the mistress and the daughter of Tuoni.
Tuoni Finnish The god of the underworld. Finnish
Turan Etruscan A goddess of love & the tutelary deity of Vulci
Turan Etruscan Goddess of love and the tutelary deity of Vulci. Etruscan
Tureshmat Japan Creator goddess who created Hokkaido Island. Japan
Turi a faumea Polynesian A god of fishing & reptiles
Turi-A-Faumea Polynesia Turi-A-Faumea's wife Hina-Arau-Riki (or Hina-A-Rauriki) was kidnapped by the octopus-demon Rogo-Tumu-Here. Faumea helped Tangaroa and their sons rescue Hina by withdrawing the opposing winds into the sweat of her armpit and then releasing them to power the heroes' canoes. Polynesia
Turmiel Nazorean An angelic guard who stops the west wind escaping. Early Nazorean
Turnus Italy A son of Daunus and Venilia, and king of the Rutulians at the time of the arrival of Aeneas in Italy.
Turrean Ireland Goddess who was transformed into the first large, shaggy Irish Wolfhound by Uchtdealbh, a jealous faery queen. Ireland
Tursas Finland The Tavastian god of war. May be same as the Norse Tyr and the Germanic Tоwaz.
Tusholi Caucasus Goddess of fertility. Caucasus
Tutelina Roman Roman harvest goddess.
Tutivillus Roman The demon who collects all the words skipped over or mutilated by priests in the performance of the services. These literary scraps or shreds he deposits in that pit which is said to be paved with "good intentions" never brought to effect.
Tutu Babylon Tutelary god of Borsippa. Babylon
Tuulikki Finland Daughter of Tapio and Mielikki, goddess of animals.
Tvashtri Hindu Twashtri. The divine artist and carpenter of the gods, father of the gods and of the sacred creative fire. Hindu
Tvastar Hindu/ Vedic A creator god
Tyche Greek Personification of chance or luck, the Fortuna of the Romans, is called by Pindar a daughter of Zeus the Liberator. She was represented with different attributes. Greek
Tychon Greek 1. A god of chance or accident, was, according to Strabo, worshipped at Athens. 2. An obscene daemon, is mentioned as a companion of Aphrodite and Priapus, and seems to signify "the producer," or "the fructifier." Greek
Tyndareus Greek The son of Perieres and Gorgophone, and a brother of Aphareus, Leucippus, Icarius, and Arete (Apollodorus) or according to others, a son of Oebalus, by the nymph Bateia or by Gorgophone. Greek
Typhoeus Greek A giant with a hundred heads, fearful eyes, and a most terrible voice. He was the father of the Harpies. Zeus killed him with a thunderbolt, and he lies buried under Mount Etna. Greek
Typhon Greek Typhon a monster of the primitive world, is described sometimes as a destructive hurricane, and sometimes as a fire-breathing giant. According to Homer he was concealed in the country of the Arimi in the earth, which was lashed by Zeus with flashes of lightning. Greek
Tyr Norse God of justice, sports and war. In the Edda, Tyr is represented as having had one hand torn off by the wolf Fenris, a sacrifice he made for the perpetuation of life. Norse
Tyr/ Tiwaz Norse A god of justice, sports & war
Tyro Greek A daughter of Salmoneus and Alcidice, was the wife of Cretheus, and the beloved of the river-god Enipeus in Thessaly, in the form of whom Poseidon appeared to her, and became by her the father of Pelias and Neleus. By Cretheus she was the mother of Aeson, Pheres, and Amythaon. Greek
Tyrrheus Roman A shepherd of king Latinus. Ascanius once, while hunting, killed a tame stag belonging to Tyrrheus whereupon the country people took up arms, which was the first conflict in Italy between the natives and the Trojan settlers. Roman
Tzacol or Tzakol Maya A sky god and one of the creator deities who participated in the last two attempts at creating humanity. Maya
Tzadiqel Nazorean The archangel who rules Jupiter on Thursday. Early Nazorean
Tzapotla Tenan Mexico Goddess of healing and herbs. Mexico
Tzitzimime Aztec Goddesses of the stars. Aztec
Tzitzmitl Aztec Aged grandmother goddess. Aztec
Tzontemoc Aztec Minor underworld and god. Aztec
Tzu Sun Niang Niang China Goddess of childbirth. China
Tzu Sun Niangniang China The mother goddess that has a protective role, She had been the wife of a mortal
Tzu ku Shen China The ghost of Li-Jing's mistress who haunted the royal toilets. China
Tzultacah Mayan The god who protects the crops and the game. Mayan
Tzyphon Hebrew Tsaphon, the north wind and, because the north was regarded among the ancients as a land of darkness and obscurity, this word came to mean whatever is hid or concealed, hence treasured up or held back. Hebrew
T’ai-I Tien-Tsun Taoist The Celestial Worthy of the Great Unity. Taoist Deity that helps devotees to achieve immortality.
U Blei Nong-thaw Assam The Supreme god of the Khasis. To the Khasi, life is God’s greatest gift and he therefore has to account for it in the hereafter. Assam
Ua-Ildak Mesopotamia Goddess responsible for pastures and grassland. Poplar trees are sacred to her. Mesopotamia
Uadjet Egypt Wadjit, Wedjet, originally a local city goddess she eventually became the patron goddess of the whole of Lower Egypt associated with the land.
Uairebhuidhe Ireland Bird goddess and possibly a goddess of death. Ireland
Ualare New Guinea The name for ancestors, ualare is that by which all sacred objects are designated. Certain animals are ualare, and as these were never injured or eaten. The Elema, Papuan Gulf, New Guinea
Uanari Venezuela Supreme god and creator who is constantly vying with the malevolent Kahu. Venezuela
Uarahiulu Brazil A stone being who was the wife of Darukavaitere and the mother of the sun and moon. Brazil
Uathach Ireland/Scotland Goddess who trained warriors. One of the mistresses of Cuchulain. Ireland/Scotland
Ubasi Nigeria The creator god of the Yako. Nigeria
Ubastet Egypt Originally viewed as the protector goddess of Lower Egypt, and consequently depicted as a fierce lion. Egypt
Ubelluris Hittite A mountain god who carried the western edge of the sky on his shoulders. Hittite
Ubertas Roman Minor god of agriculture associated with fruitfulness, fertility and prosperity. Roman
Ucchusma Buddhist Purifier of the defiled and who speaks with divine power. Buddhist
Uchoreus Greek A river god and the father of Memphis. Greek
Uchtsiti Acoma Your father, Uchtsiti made you, and it is he who has made the world, the sun which you have seen, the sky, and many other things which you will see. But Uchtsiti says the world is not yet completed, not yet satisfactory, as he wants it. This is the reason he has made you. Uchtsiti first made the world. He threw a clot of his own blood into space and by his power it grew and grew until it became the earth. Then Uchtsiti planted you in this and by it you were nourished as you developed. Acoma
Ucuetis Celtic A Celtic god who, along with his consort Bergusia, was venerated at Alesia in Burgundy. The divine couple are named on inscriptions of the Romano-Celtic period, and an image of a divine couple has been found on the same site, the male figure bearing a hammer, the female appearing as a goddess of prosperity.
Udadhikumara Jain Generic name of one of the group of deities called Bhavanvasi-nikaya. The Bhavanvasi-nikaya consists of the types: Asurakumara, Nagakumara, Vidyutkumara, Suparnakumara, Agnikumara, Vatakumara, Stanitakumara, Udadhikumara, Dvipakumara and Dikkumara. Jain
Udens Mate Latvia Mother of water, presided over small bodies of water such as wells and ponds. Latvia
Ueuecoyotl Aztec "old coyote", a renowned trickster fond of promiscuity, wild parties and jolly bonking. Aztec
Ugar Syria A messenger of Baal and an agriculture god. Syria
Ugaracandika Hindu/ Puranic/ Epic A distinctive form of a goddess Durga
Ugatame New Guinea The omniscient, omnipotent, omnipresent creator. New Guinea
Ugatara Puranic Death goddess with a strange taste in hats. She is very fond of golden idols and buffalo sacrifices. Puranic
Ugayafukiaezu Japan A Japanese deity (kami) and the father of Japan's mythical first emperor, Emperor Jimmu.
Uhubaput Honduras The sun-god of the Sumus, their supreme deity. Honduras
Uitzilopchtli Aztec God of the incarnating of the sun at Midday. Aztec
Ukat India Goddess of good luck and whoever recites the 700 slokas of markand purana and asks for a specific boon, the goddess will grant it instantaneously. India
Uke Mochi Japan Goddess of food, she prepared a feast by facing the ocean and spitting out a fish, then she faced the forest and bountiful game spewed out of her mouth, finally turning to a rice paddy she coughed up a bowl of rice. Japan
Ukko Finnish God of rain storms, thunder, weather and the sky. Finnish
Ukko (old man) Finland The god of the sky and thunder, related to Thor (Estonian Taara).
Uks Akka Swedish Goddess of midwives who looks after newborn babies. Swedish
Ukupanipo Hawaii A shark god who controls the amount of fish close enough for the fisherman to catch. He occasionally adopted a human child who gains the power to transform into a shark. Hawaii
Ukur Babylon Underworld spirit of earth and water. Babylon
Ukur/ Kus Mesopotamia/ Babylon/ Akkadian A chthonic underworld god
Ulfrun Norse One of Heimdal's nine giant mothers. Norse
Uli Polynesia A forest goddess who also dabbles in sorcery. Polynesia
Uliliyassis Hittite Minor Hittite god who was invoked, before the invention of Viagra, to remove impotence.
Ulixes Greek Ulysses, Ulyxes. The Roman name for Odysseus, one of the principal Greek heroes in the Trojan war.
Ull/ Ullr Germanic/ Norse A god of archery, hunting & skis
Uller Norse God whose name meant "the brilliant one". Symbolizes oaths, pacts, duels, hunting, winter, and glory. Norse
Ullikummi Hurrian A giant stone monster, son of Kumarbi and the sea god's daughter. Hurrian
Ullr Norse A son of Sif and a stepson of Thor who appears to have been a major god in prehistoric times. Norse
Ulster Ireland Iubdan of the Faylinn, Ulster god Ireland
Ultor Roman The avenger, a surname of Mars, to whom Augustus built a temple at Rome in the forum.
Ulu'tuyar Egyptian "Thou Beautiful Power, thou Beautiful Rudder of the Northern Heaven, Power of Heaven, Opener of the Disk, thou Beautiful Rudder of the Northern Heaven" From the Egyptian Book of the Dead
Ulu'tuyar Ulu Toyo'n Yakut/ Cen Siberia A rather evil creator spirit
Ulupi Hindu One of Arjuna's wives who abducted him and carried him to the underworld. Hindu
Ulutuyer Ulu Toyon Siberia Ulu-Toyon. The chief of the 'dark' spirits is Ulutuyer-Ulu-Toyon, 'Onmipotent Lord'. He is always described as living in the western sky, and, in contrast to the inactive Art-Toyon-Aga, he is the personification of action and of the passions. Ulu-Toyon is not always harmful to men, for he gives to them one of his souls, sur, and defends them from the attacks of abassylar. The Yakut, Siberia
Uma Hindu Consort of Siva, famous for her defeat of the army of Chanda and Munda, two demons. She is represented as holding the head of Chanda in one of her four hands, and trampling on Munda. The heads of the army., strung into a necklace, adorn her body, and a girdle of the same surrounds her waist. Hindu