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List of Gods : "Coyote"
Coyote USA Multifaceted deity. demigod, creator, trickster. In Tongva Mythology Coyote challenges "The River" to a race. Coyote is victorious, but collapses from fatigue. The river laughs at him and takes the name "Hahamongna". USA
Coyote/ Koyote Pan-W USA A demigod/ creator/ trickster
Huehuecoyotl Aztec The trickster god of music, dance, song. He is depicted in the as a dancing coyote with human hands and feet, accompanied by a human drummer. Aztec
Ikanam Chinook A kind being who touched up the coyote's crude essays with a sharp stone, opening the eyes of men, and giving their hands and feet the powers of movement. He also acted as a "culture-hero," introducing the first arts. The Chinook, Oregon/Washington
Koyote or Coyote Navaho At the time Coyote danced to make the corn grow, the story of the Great God Coyote commences. This is where Coyote first used his power given to him by the gods. At a Yeibache, ye’i·bicai, the people will dress up a poor man to look and act like Coyote. First Man told him to do many things. The other gods had the power, but they did not have the knowledge. First Man and First Woman were jealous of the others trying to grow corn and did not give them the knowledge to grow corn. They sent Coyote to go and make the corn grow. First Man and First Woman are themselves not to do such things, but they will have a hand in such things and send Coyote as their representative. Towards the end of the life of Coyote, he became almost mad with his power and it was taken from him because of this. Navaho
Madumda N American The creator deity of the Pomo, frequently identified with Coyote.
Ueuecoyotl Aztec "old coyote", a renowned trickster fond of promiscuity, wild parties and jolly bonking. Aztec