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God Name and Meaning

List of Gods 

NameOriginDescription
Spirit name "Veteema" Estonian The Water Mother, a Spirit believed to rule the waters and their bounty. Estonian
"Vetustas" Roman The Roman personification of antiquity, long duration, great age ancient times, antiquity.
Goddess name "Vi of Wara" German A Goddess of healing springs
"Vica Pota" Roman "the Victor and Conqueror" (quae vincit et potitur), was a Roman divinity of victory.
Goddess name "Victoria" Roman the Goddess of victory that became an attack by the Christians with an angelic capacity
"Victrix" Roman Another name for Venus. Roman
"Vidar" Norse Son of Odin and the giantess Grid. He dwells in Landvide. He slays the Fenris-wolf in Ragnarok. Rules with Vale after Ragnarok. Norse
Goddess name "Vidyadevi" Jain/ India The generic title for a group of 16 Goddesses that are associated with knowledge & learning
King name "Vidyaraja" Buddhist King of Knowledge. Buddhist
God name "Vidyesvara" Hindu The eight aspects of Siva. These beings are included in the category of pure creation. This category is created by God himself. Hindu
God name "Vidyraja" Buddhist/ Meola A tutelary God concerned with the implementation of the law
Goddess name "Vierge" Haiti/ Vodun A sea Goddess
"Vierge Ouvrante" Christian The Opening Virgin with the whole world in her womb. Christian
God name "Vigrid [A battle]" Norse The field of battle where the Gods and the sons of Surt meet in Ragnarok. Norse
Nymph name "Vila" Slavic Willi or Veela, are the Slavic versions of Nymphs, who have power over storms, which they delight in sending down on lonely travelers. They are known to live in meadows, ponds, oceans, trees, and clouds.
"Vile" Norse Vili. Brother of Odin and Ve. These three sons of Bor and Bestla construct the world out of Ymer's body. Vile. Norse
Spirit name "Villenangi" Africa The 'First Appearer'. The supreme Spirit, and ancestor god. The Zulu, South Africa
"Vimer" Norse A river that Thor crosses. Norse
"Vindheim" Norse Windhome. The place that the sons of Balder and Hoder are to inhabit after Ragnarok. Norse
"Vindsval" Norse The father of winter. Norse
"Vingolf" Norse Vingolf [The mansion of bliss] The palace of the asynjes. Norse
"Vingthor" Norse A name of Thor. Norse
God name "Viracocha" Inca God of storms and war, the chief deity. Inca
Goddess name "Viradechthis aka Harimella" Scotland Goddess of protection. Scotland
Goddess name "Viranakka" Saami A Goddess of hunting
Goddess name "Virbius" Roman An ancient mythical king of Aricia and a favourite of Diana, who, when he had died, called him to life and intrusted him to the care of the nymph Aegeria. The fact of his being a favourite of Diana, the Taurian Goddess, seems to have led the Romans to identify him with Hippolytus who, according to some traditions, had established the worship of Diana. Roman
Goddess name "Virginalis" Roman A title of the Goddess Juno. In this aspect she protected virginity.
"Virginia" Roman Yes Virginia, there really is a Santa Clause.
Goddess name "Virilis" Roman An aspect of the Goddess Fortuna who attended a man's career. Roman
Goddess name "Viriplaca" Roman "the Goddess who soothes the anger of man," was a surname of Juno, describing her as the restorer of peace between married people. Roman
"Virmalised" Estonian The personification of the Polar Lights. Estonian
King name "Virtus" Roman The Roman personification of manly valour. She was represented with a short tunic, her right breast uncovered, a helmet on her head, a spear in her left hand, a sword in the right, and standing with her right foot on a helmet. There was a golden statue of her at Rome, which Alaricus, King of the Goths, melted down. Roman
"Vis" Greek The Roman personification of strength, force, vigor, power, energy. Similar to the Greek Bia in regards to hostile strength, force and violence personified.
"Vishnu" Hindu The All-Pervading essence of all beings, the master of and beyond the past, present and future, the creator and destroyer of all existences, one who supports, sustains and governs the Universe and originates and develops all elements within. Hindu
Deity name "Vivasvat" India Visvakarma or Vivasvan, a solar Deity(god) and another name for Surya. India
King name "Vivien" Britain Lady of the Lake. Vivien, mistress of Merlin, the enchanter, who lived in the midst of an imaginary lake, surrounded by knights and damsels. Tennyson, in the Idylls of the King, tells the story of Vivien and Merlin. Britain
Goddess name "Vodni Panny" Slavic A Goddesses of rivers
Nymph name "Vodui Panny" Slavic Slavic water Nymphs.
Spirit name "Vodyanoy" Slavic A malevolent water Spirit who likes to drown humans. Slavic
God name "Volos" Slavic God of cattle. wealth and commerce. Slavic
God name "Volturnus" Sabine A river God of the waters, probably derived from a local Sabine regional cult.
"Volupia" Roman The personification of sensual pleasure among the Romans. She is also called Voluptas.
Goddess name "Voluptas" Roman A Goddess of sensual pleasure
"Voluspa" Norse Prophecy of the Seeress, is the first and best known poem of the Poetic Edda. It tells the story of the creation of the world and its coming end related by a volva or seeress addressing Odin. Norse
"Volxdo Sioda" Enochian The Divine name ruling sub-element Earth of Fire. Enochian
Goddess name "Vor" Norse The Goddess of betrothals and marriages. Norse
Deities name "Vossins" Roman Their three chief Deities were Jupiter, Neptnne, and Pluto.
"Vritra" Vedic The snake of darkness. Enemy of Indra.
God name "Vulcan" Greek The Roman smith God, identified with the Greek god Hephaestus. He was traditionally introduced to Rome by either Romulus or Titus Tatius. There were no specific legends concerning Vulcan but he played an important part in the success of various heroes by providing invincible armour for them. In Virgil's Aeneid, Vulcan made a superb suit of armour for Aeneas at Venus' request. He made a shield (called the Aegis) and thunderbolts for Jupiter and in return received Venus as his wife.
God name "Vulcanus" Roman The Roman God of fire, whose name seems to be connected with fulgere, fulgur, and fulmen.
God name "Vulturus" Roman God of the East Wind. Roman
"Vдinдmцinen" Finland The old and wise man, who possessed a potent, magical voice. The central character in Finnish folklore and he is the main character in the Kalevala.
"Wa cinaci" Guiana Our Father who art in heaven. The supreme being of the Arawak. Guiana
Deity name "Waaq" Africa The supreme and universal Deity(god) who the universe with opposing but complementary and interdependent forces such as night and day, young and old, in fine balance. Oromo. East Africa
"Wabun" Hiawatha Son of Mudjekeewis, East-Wind, the Native American Apollo. Young and beautiful, he chases Darkness with his arrows over hill and valley, wakes the villager, calls the Thunder, and brings the Morning. He married Wabun-Annung, and transplanted her to heaven, where she became the Morning Star. Hiawatha
"Wabung Annung" Hiawatha The Morning Star. She was a country maiden wooed and won by Wabun, the Native American Apollo, who transplanted her to the skies. Hiawatha
Goddess name "Wachilt" Celtic Goddess of the sea who rose from the depths and halted the ship of King Vilkinus of Norway, proclaiming that she was pregnant with his child. Celtic
God name "Wadd" Greek The Minaean moon God. Snakes were believed to be sacred to him.
"Wagadu" Africa Mother of the Fulbe nation and the personification of physical prowess and hunting. Africa
"Wagyl" Australia A snakelike creature who created the waterways in and around the south-west of Western Australia
Spirit name "Wah Kah Nee" Chinook A sacred being, able to walk unprotected, even barefoot, through the winter and to communicate with its Spirits, asking for the return of the sunshine to warm her people. Chinook
"Wah-con-tun-ga" Arabic The creator of all things. The Assiniboin
Spirit name "Wah-kon-tah" Osages The Great Spirit divine who, with prayer and supplication, granted guidance and favours. Osages
"Wah-pec-wah-mow" Yurok The omnipotent and omnipresent ruler of the heavens. Yurok
Spirit name "Wahhahnah" Wisconsin The supreme Spirit of the Winnebago. Wisconsin
Demon name "Wahini Hai" Polynesia Demonic mother figure who steals and eats small children. Polynesia
Demon name "Wahini Hal" Polynesian The Demonic mother figure
Demon name "Wahini-Hal" Polynesian Demonic mother figure who sneaked through the night stealing and eating small children. Polynesian
"Wahuiidedan" Shawnees Mythic personage. Shawnees
"Wailan wangko" esiaIndo Said Wailan Wangko to Wangi, "Remain on earth while I climb up the tree." Said Wangi to Wailan Wangko, "Good." But then a thought occurred to Wangi and he climbed up the tree to ask Wailan Wangko why he, Wangi, should remain down there all alone. Said Wailan Wangko to Wangi, "Return and take earth and make two images, a man and a woman." Minahassa
"Waitoke Hazho" Shawnees Mythic personage. Shawnees
God name "Wak" Ethiopia The Father of the Universe, the omniscient sky God who is associated with rains and thunder. Ethiopia
Goddess name "Wakahirume" Japan The favourite maiden of the Japanese sun Goddess Amaterasu. Wakahirume fell onto her shuttle and fatally punctured her vagina. Japan
"Wakan" Lakota Powerful or sacred in the language of the Lakota Sioux
"Wakan Tanka" Lakota The term for the sacred or the divine. Lakota
God name "Wakantanka" Sioux The name of God is Wakantanka. The name of the Lord is Itankan. Sioux
King name "Waking a Witch" Britain If a witch was obdurate, the most effectual way of obtaining a confession was by what was termed "waKing her." For this purpose an iron bridle or hoop was bound across her face with four prongs thrust into her mouth. The "bridle" was fastened behind to the wall by a chain in such a manner that the victim was unable to lie down; and in this position she was kept sometimes for several days, while men were constantly by to keep her awake. Britain
God name "Wakinyan" Dakota The Thunderer, the one who is the voice of God. Dakota
"Wakon'da" N American A power by which things are brought to pass. and through this mysterious life and power all things are related to one another and to man." Wakon'da is both a force and a state of being. Omaha, Native American
Spirit name "Wakonda" Sioux The strong Spirit and the one who sent the mosquitoes. Sioux
Goddess name "Wakwiyo" Tewa Goddess of the winds. Tewa
"Wal" Ethiopia The omnipresent and omniscient supreme being of the Madin. Ethiopia
"Wali-sa-yali-ze-win" Ojibway The Creator, and the Light. Ojibway
Angel name "Wallim" Christian An Angel of the 1st heaven. Early Christian
Goddess name "Walo" Australia Goddess of war and the sun. Australia
Goddess name "Walutahanga" Melanesia The eight-fold snake Goddess who was born to a human mother. Melanesia
Spirit name "Wamara" Tanzania The supreme Spirit and sovereign ruler of the universe. Tanzania
"Wan-Aisa" Honduras Dawan. The creator of the world and the father of humankind. Honduras
"Wanadi" Venezuela Celestial father, maker of the sun, the moon and all beings. Venezuela
"Wandering Jew" Greek (1) Of Greek tradition. Aristeas, a poet who continued to appear and disappear alternately for above 400 years, and who visited all the mythical nations of the earth.
Goddess name "Wang Mu Niang" China Goddess of female energy, very fond of peaches. China
Goddess name "Wang Mu Niang Niang" China A Goddess of female energy
"Wang the Pure" China The lord of sport and gambling. China
Supreme god name "Wantu" Sudan Supreme god. Sudan
God name "Waptokwa" Brazil The sun and creator God. Shavante, Brazil
Demon name "War Hsuan" China God of wild beasts, prison, robbers, enemies and Demons of all kinds. China
God name "War Pin" China A God of shoemakers
God name "War Pinx" China God of shoemakers. Usually portrayed as a kindly, respectable old man, he sees to it that the shops under his protection run smoothly. China
God name "War Ssu miao" China A God of Druggists
"Waramurungundi" Australian The first woman. Australian Aboriginal
Goddess name "Wardi Mumi Finnish" Ugric Goddess of war Ugric
Goddess name "Wardi Mumi Finno" Ugric A Goddess of war
Goddess name "Wari Ma Te Takere" Polynesia Wari Ma Te Takere, Coconut shell Goddess. Wari symbolizes the fertile slime of primordial times and means mud. Polynesia
Spirit name "Warlock" Anglo-Saxon A wandering evil Spirit; a wizard, a deceiver, one who breaks his word. Satan is called in Scripture "the father of lies," the arch-warlock.
Goddess name "Warna" Scilly Isles Goddess of healing charms and ship wreckers.
Deity name "Warongoe" Tanzania The omnipresent Deity(god) of the Sandawe, Tanzania
Goddess name "Warrta" Hindu A Goddess of happiness
God name "Wasterzhi" North Ossetia The God of war and of the sun. He is frequently depicted as a cavalryman with a long beard, riding on a white horse.
God name "Watauinewa" Tierra del Fuego "The Ancient of Days," "The One Who Does Not Change." The supreme omnipresent and beneficent God of the Yahgan, Tierra del Fuego
"Wati-kutjara" Australian Lizard men. Australian Aboriginal
"Waves" Norse The daughters of ?gir. Norse
"Wawalag" Greek Sisters who were daughters of Djanggawul. Australian Aboriginal
King name "Wayland" Scandinavian Wayland the Scandinavian Vulcan, was son of the sea-giant Wate, and the sea-nymph Wac-hilt. He was bound apprentice to Mimi the smith. King Nidung cut the sinews of his feet, and cast him into prison, but he escaped in a feather-boat.
"Wazha-Waud" Algonkin The Creator. Algonkin
"We-duo" China Divine ruler of the southern hemisphere. China
"Weatta" Christian An agel of the seal. Early Christian
"Web of Life" Roman The destiny of an individual from the cradle to the grave. The allusion is to the three Fates who, according to Roman mythology, spin the thread of life, the pattern being the events which are to occur.
Deity name "Wei Cheng" China Deity who guards the back door. China
Goddess name "Weiwobo" China Goddess of female Energy China
"Welchanos" Greek Minor divinity of vegetation and fertility. Greek
"Wele" Abaluyia The supreme being and the creator of the world and of mankind. Abaluyia
Supreme god name "Wele" Africa Supreme god of the Kavirondo, Africa
"Weleliideh" Shawnees Mythic locality of the sacred groves. Shawnees
God name "Well of Wisdom" Scandinavian This was the well under the protection of the God Mimir. Odin, by drinking thereof, became the wisest of all beings. Scandinavian
God name "Wen-chang" Chinese God of literature and writing. Chinese
God name "Wenchang Wen-ch'ang" China Wen Ch'ang, God of literature. China
Spirit name "Wendigo" Anishinaabe A Spirit in Anishinaabe mythology. It has also become a stock horror character much like the vampire or werewolf, although these fictional depictions often do not bear much resemblance to the original mythology.
God name "Wepwawet" Egypt God of war and of the funerary cult Egypt
God name "Wepwawet" Egyptian Jackal God of war and funerary cult leader. Egyptian
God name "Were" Africa Supreme Creator God. North West Africa
God name "Were Luo'" A chief God
"Were-Wolf" Germanic A human being, sometimes in one form and sometimes in another.
"Werwolf" Europe Werewolf. A bogie who roams about devouring infants, sometimes under the form of a man, sometimes as a wolf followed by dogs, sometimes as a white dog, sometimes as a black goat, and occasionally invisible. Its skin is bullet-proof, unless the bullet has been blessed in a chapel dedicated to St. Hubert. This superstition was once common to almost all Europe, and still lingers in Brittany, Limousin, Aurergne, Servia, Wallachia, and White Russia. In the fifteenth century a council of theologians, convoked by the Emperor Sigismund, gravely decided that the Werwolf was a reality.
"Westri" Norse One of the four strong dwarfs who, with Nordri, Sudri and Austri, uphold the four corners of the heavenly vault. Norse
"Whaitiri" Maori A personification of thunder, and the grandmother of Tawhaki and Karihi, who married a mortal chief. She invented the toilet, showed humans how to use it, and returned to the sky, where she still lives. Maori
God name "Whanin" Korea The creator God whose son, Whanung, was sent to earth accompanied by three celestial helpers of wind, cloud and rain. Whanung descended from Heaven to Mt. Taebaksan and named it the City of God. Korea
God name "Whatu" Maori The Maori God of Hail.
God name "Whiro" Oceanic The Maori God of mischief and evil. Oceanic
"White Buffalo Woman" N American The sacred woman who brought secret knowledge to the Oglala. She reminded them of the mysteries of their mother, the earth. Urging them always to honour her, she disappeared in the shape of a white buffalo.
"White Ladies" Normandy A species of fee in Normandy. They lurk in ravines, fords, bridges, and other narrow passes, and ask the passenger to dance. If they receive a courteous answer, well; but if a refusal, they seize the churl and fling him into a ditch, where thorns and briars may serve to teach him gentleness of manners.
"White Lady" Celtic Dryad of Death Celtic
Spirit name "White Lady" Ireland White Lady Of Ireland the banshee or domestic Spirit of a family.
Spirit name "White Lady" Prussia White Lady of the royal family of Prussia. A "Spirit" said to appear before the death of one of the family.
Spirit name "White Lady" Scotland White Lady Of Avenel, a tutelary Spirit. Scotland
"White Merle" Basques Of the old Basques. A white fairy bird, which, by its singing, restored sight to the blind.
Goddess name "Whope" Lakota The daughter of the Sun Wi and the Moon, a Goddess of peace and the wife of the south wind. Lakota
God name "Wi" Lakota The sun God of the Lakota.
Goddess name "Widapokwi" Yavapai Goddess of health and whirlwinds Yavapai
"Widenostrils" French A huge giant, who subsisted on windmills, and lived in the island of Tohu. When Pantagruel and his fleet reached this island no food could be cooked because Widenostrils had swallowed "every individual pan, skillet, kettle, frying-pan, dripping-pan, boiler, and saucepan in the land," and died from eating a lump of butter. French
Goddess name "Wigan" Philippines Goddess of water Philippines
Demon name "Wihmunga" Canada A witch, or a female Demon. First Nations
"Wild Huntsman" German The German tradition is that a spectral hunter with dogs frequents the Black Forest to chase the wild animals. The English name is "Herne the Hunter," who was once a keeper in Windsor Forest. In winter time, at midnight, he walks about Herne's Oak, and blasts trees and cattle. He wears horns, and rattles a chain in a "most hideous manner". Another legend is that a certain Jew would not suffer Jesus to drink out of a horse-trough, but pointed to some water in a hoof-print as good enough for "such an enemy of Moses," and that this man is the "Wild Huntsman." Various
Goddess name "Wilden Wip" Germanic Goddesses of healing. Germanic
Spirit name "Will-O'-the-Wisp" Roman A Spirit of the bogs, whose delight is to mislead belated travellers.
Spirit name "Will-o'-the-wisps" Europe In the mediaeval ages, the will-o'-the-wisps were known as elf lights, for these tiny sprites were supposed to mislead travelers; and popular superstition claimed that the Jack-o'-lanterns were the restless Spirits of murderers forced against their will to return to the scene of their crimes. Northern Europe
God name "Willow Pattern" s The tradition. The mandarin had an only daughter named Li-chi, who fell in love with Chang, a young man who lived in the island home represented at the top of the pattern, and who had been her father's secretary. The father overheard them one day making vows of love under the orange-tree, and sternly forbade the unequal match; but the lovers contrived to elope, lay concealed for a while in the gardener's cottage, and thence made their escape in a boat to the island home of the young lover. The enraged mandarin pursued them with a whip, and would have beaten them to death had not the Gods rewarded their fidelity by changing them both into turtle-doves. The picture is called the willow pattern not only because it is a tale of disastrous love, but because the elopement occurred "when the willow begins to shed its leaves."
"Winifred" s Patron saint of virgins, because she was beheaded by Prince Caradoc for refusing to marry him. She was Welsh by birth, and the legend says that her head falling on the ground originated the famous healing well of St. Winifred in Flintshire. She is usually drawn like St. Denis, carrying her head in her hand. Holywell, in Wales, is St. Winifred's Well, celebrated for its "miraculous" virtues.
Goddess name "Winonah" Ojibwa Daughter of the Goddess Nokomis and the mother of Hiawatha. Ojibwa
"Wintersmith" Discworld The personification of Winter. At his core he is the elemental personification of ice. Originally just a shape in the snow, with two violet eyes, he later formed a "snowman" out of all the elements that make a human body. He creates snowflakes and icebergs, and also the patterns of ice on windows. Discworld
Spirit name "Wiradyuri" Australia The ancestor and patron god of the Kamilaroi, as well as being an important creator Spirit or culture hero of the Eora, the Darkinjung, the Wiradjuri, and several other eastern Australian language groups.
Spirit name "Wisaaka" s A Spirit that figures prominently in their storytelling, including the story of the world's creation and is the Ojibwe trickster figure and culture hero.
God name "Wisagatcak" Cree A trickster God in Cree mythology, similar to Nanabozho in Ojibwa myth and Inktonme in Assiniboine myth. His name means "the Flatterer." He is generally portrayed as being responsible for a great flood which destroys the world originally made by the Creator, as well as the one who creates the current world with magic, either on his own or with powers given to him by the Creator for that specific purpose.
"Witch Hazel" Europe A shrub supposed to be efficacious in discovering witches. A forked twig of the hazel was made into a divining-rod for the purpose. Europe
Ghost name "Witch of Endor" Hebrew A divining woman consulted by Saul when Samuel was dead. She called up the Ghost of the prophet, and Saul was told that his death was at hand. \
Demon name "Witches' Sabbath" European The muster at night time of witches and Demons to concoct mischief. The witch first anointed her feet and shoulders with the fat of a murdered babe, then mounting a broom-stick, distaff, or rake, made her exit by the chimney, and rode through the air to the place of rendezvous. The assembled witches feasted together, and concluded with a dance, in which they all turned their backs to each other.
Spirit name "Woan-no-mih" Shawnees A sacred Spirit. Shawnees
Deity name "Wodan" Anglo-Saxon The Deity(god) in Anglo-Saxon polytheism corresponding to Norse Odin, both continuations of a Proto-Germanic deity, Wodanaz. Other West Germanic forms of the name include Dutch Wodan, Alemannic Wuodan, and German Wotan.
God name "Woden" Germanic The Old English name as used by the Anglo-Saxons for the Germanic God Woden, known more commonly as the Norse god Odin.
"Wokey" Britain Wicked as the Witch of Wokey. Wookey-hole is a noted cavern in Somersetshire, which has given birth to as many weird stories as the Sibyls' Cave in Italy. The Witch of Wokey was metamorphosed into stone by a "lerned wight" from Gaston, but left her curse behind, so that the fair damsels of Wokey rarely find "a gallant." Britain
"Wolaro" Australia The creator of the sky of heaven and earth and of everything that walks, crawls, swims or flies. Australia
God name "Wollunqua" Australia A snake-God of rain and fertility. Australian Aboriginal
Supreme god name "Wonajo" Melanesia The Supreme God and the leader of the mythological snake people. Rossel Island, Melanesia
Spirit name "Wondjina" Australia Cloud and rain Spirits. Australian Aboriginal
God name "Wonekau" New Guinea The all-seeing and all-hearing supreme celestial God. New Guinea
"Wonomi" California The benevolent supreme being and creator of the world. The Maidu, California
"Wood Maidens" European Northern European Elves.
Goddess name "Wopeh" Lakota Goddess of happiness and pleasure. Lakota
God name "Wotan" Germanic God of inspiration and magic germanic
God name "Woto" Oto/ Shongo A God of fire
Goddess name "Woyengi" Africa Creator Goddess who shaped humans from clay dolls. Africa
Ghost name "Wraith" Scotland The Ghost of a person shortly about to die or just dead, which appears to survivors, sometimes at a great distance off. Scotland
Spirit name "Wrath's Hole" Britain The legend is that Bolster, a gigantic wrath or evil Spirit, paid embarrassing attention to St. Agnes, who told him she would listen to his suit when he filled with his blood a small hole which she pointed out to him. The wrath joyfully accepted the terms, but the hole opened into the sea, and the wrath, being utterly exhausted, St. Agnes pushed him over the cliff. Cornwall, Britain
King name "Wu Guan" Chinese King of the fourth hell. Chinese
God name "Wu-tai Yuan-shuai" China God of musicians. China
God name "Wulbari" Africa The Creator God who made heaven to close to earth and was uses as a towel and sniffed by dogs. Africa
"Wulleb" Micronesia Was born in an oyster shell from between Loa's legs. When he lifted the top half of the shell, it became the sky, while the bottom became the earth. Micronesia
God name "Wuluwaid" Australia A rain God. Australian Aboriginal
Supreme god name "Wuni" Africa Supreme god of the Dagamba, Ghana. Africa
"Wuragag" Australia First man. Australian Aboriginal
Goddess name "Wuriupranili" Australia Solar Goddess who carries a torch that is the sun. Australian Aboriginal
Hero name "Wurrunna" Australia A culture Hero. Australian Aboriginal
Goddess name "Wuruntemu" Hatti land 'Sun Goddess and mistress of the Hatti lands, the queen of heaven and earth.
Goddess name "Wurusemu" Hittite Goddess of the sun of Arrina. Hittite
Goddess name "Wurusemu/ Wuruntemu" Hittite The sun Goddess of Arrina
"Wyaukeiiarbedaid" Shawnees Mythical personage. Shawnees
Demon name "Xai" Enochian A cacoDemon. Enochian
"Xamaba" Africa The supreme being of the Heikum of South Africa. Creator of all things, including mankind, he is a benevolent figure who is invoked for help when ill and when traveling. and is said to provide the rain. South Africa.
God name "Xaman Ek" Aztec The God of the North Star merchants, business, economy, trade. Aztec
"Xanthe" Greek One of the daughters of Oceanus. Greek
"Xanthippe" Greek Wife of Pleuron and the mother of Agenor, Sterope, Stratonice, and Laophonte. Greek