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List of Gods : "Irish"
NameOriginDescription
Aebhel/ Aeval Irish A goddess who is a faery [interesting story]
Aengus Celtic/ Irish worshipped from about 500 BC/ 400 AD
Aesun Ireland Irish early god whose name means "to be." Most likely part of a lost creation myth. Aesun was also known by the Persians and Umbria and Scandinavia. Ireland
Aibheaog Irish A fire goddess
Aife/ Aoife Irish/ Scotland A goddess & queen of the Isle of shadow
Ain/ Aine Irish A goddess of war, of fertility, love & of Midsummer Lair Derg
Airmid Irish A goddess of all healing arts & witchcraft
Angus Og Irish A god of love
Anu/ Anann/ Dana/ Dana Ana/ Catana Irish A mother goddess associated with fertility & the primordial mother
Arianrod Irish The goddess of the moon
Badb/ Bodva Irish A goddess of war
Badb/ Odva/ Badb Catha Irish A goddess of war
Baile of the Honeyed Speech Irish The god of Blarney
Ban Chuideachaidh Moire Ireland Old Goddess who appears in modern Irish legends as the midwife who assisted the Christian Virgin Mary with her birth, and was also a title applied to St. Bridget. A once forgotten goddess of childbirth. Ireland
Banshee Ireland Grey Lady of Death who haunts certain Irish families. A female spirit in Gaelic folklore believed to presage, by wailing, a death in a family. Ireland
Banshee or Benshee Irish An Irish fairy attached to a house.
Becuma Irish A goddess who ruled over magical boats
Boann/ Boannan Boyne Irish A goddess of fertility & the river Boyne
Branwen/ Branwyn Irish/ Manx/ Wales The Venus of the Northern Seas & a goddess of love
Brigit Irish A fertility goddess
Caillech/ Cailleach/ Carlin/ Mala/ Liath Irish/ Scotland/ Manx A goddess of winter & the goddess in her destroyer aspect
Canola Ireland One of the oldest of the Irish deities, invented the harp from the sinews of a gutted whale. Ireland
Cluricaune Irish An elf of evil disposition who usually appears as a wrinkled old man, and has knowledge of hidden treasures. Irish
Crobh Dearg/ Crove Dairg Irish A war goddess
Dagda/ Daghdha/ Eochaidh/ Ollathair Irish The god of death, rebirth & long life
Dana/ Donu/ Don/ Ana Welsh/ Irish The mortal Celtic race are her descendants, she is a goddess
Danu/ / Danann/ Dana Irish The major mother goddess
Dechtere/ Dechtire Irish A trinity unto herself
Dian Cecht Irish A god of crafts & healing
Dian-Cecht Irish Physician magician of the Tuatha Dian Cecht
Diancecht Irish Physician magician of the Tuatha Dian Cecht
Dil Irish A goddess
Don/ Donn/ Dhonn Irish/ Wales A goddess that is called a god of death
Dullahan Irish A malicious sullen spirit, or goblin. Irish
Eri of the Golden Hair Irish A virgin goddess of the Tuatha De Danann
Eriu/ Erin/ Eire Irish One of the three queens of the Tuatha De Danann & a fertility goddess
Etain/ Echraidhe Irish A goddess of war
Fand Irish An early Irish sea goddess, later described as a "Queen of the Fairies". Her name is variously translated as "Pearl of Beauty" or "A Tear". She is seen as the most beautiful of goddesses.
Fea Irish A war goddess
Finnguala aka Nuala Irish In some legends as Queen of Faerie. Irish
Finvarra Ireland Is the High King of the Daoine Sidhe in Irish folklore. In some legends, he is also the King of the Dead. Finvarra is a benevolent figure who ensures good harvests, strong horses, and great riches to those who will assist him. Ireland
Flidais Irish Ruler of wild beasts of the forests\woodlands
Fomore Irish They are the adversaries of the Tuatha De Danann, & called it demons
Gavida Irish A minor god of the forge
Gobnu Irish A god of skills to include Ale brewing
Guaire/ Boinne Guary Irish Guardian god/ spirit of Bruigh
Ibath Irish One of the two sons of Magog, one of the ancestors of the Irish
Inghean/ Crobh/ Dearg Bhuidhe Irish One of the isters who made up a triple goddess & goddess of summer
Iubdan of the Faylinn Irish An Ulster god
Kele De/ Ceile De Irish A very old goddess
Lepracaun Irish The fairy shoemaker. Irish leith-bhrogan, from leith-brog, one-shoe maker, so called because he is always seen working at a single shoe.
Lia Fail Celtic The Fatale Marmor or Stone of Destiny. On, this stone the ancient Irish kings sat at their coronation, and according to tradition, wherever that stone might be the people there would be dominant. It was removed to Scone; and Edward removed it from Scone Abbey to London. It is kept in Westminster Abbey under who royal throne, on which the English sovereigns sit at their coronation. Celtic
Llyr/ Lear Lir Irish/ Wales A god of the sea & water
Luaths Lurgann Irish A goddess of midwives
Lubberkin or Lubrican Irish (Irish, Lobaircin or Leprechaun. ) A fairy resembling an old man, by profession a maker of brogues, who resorts to out-of-the-way places, where he is discovered by the noise of his hammer. He is rich, and while anyone keeps his eye fixed upon him cannot escape, but the moment the eye is withdrawn he vanishes. Irish
Luchtain/ / Luchtar Irish A Minor war & death god
Mabb Irish "utter intoxication." Originally Queen of Tara,later Queen of the Faeries and mythological queen of Connaught. She dumped her husband, King Conchobar and created nine Irish kings in succession and took each one her lover. She was also a fierce battle queen. Irish
Mac Da Tho Irish God of the otherworld. Irish
MacCuill Ireland Son of the hazel, one of the last Tuath kings, was so-called because he worshipped the hazel. Fairies danced beneath the hawthorn. Ogham tablets were of yew. Lady Wilde styled the elder a sacred tree; and the blackthorn, to which the Irishman is said to be still devoted, was a sacred tree. Ireland
Macha[s] Irish One of the aspects of the triple Morrigu, also a goddess of fertility, festival &, sports & war
Magh Mor Irish A Fir Bolg princess/ goddess
Mal Irish She was the goddess who ruled the hag's headland
Manannan Mac Lir[Llyr] Irish/ Wales He was a shape shifter & chief Irish sea god
May Molloch Irish May Molloch or The Maid of the Hairy Arms. An elf who condescends to mingle in ordinary sports, and even to direct the master of the house how to play dominoes or draughts. Like the White Lady of Avenel, May Molloch is a sort of banshee. Irish
Medhbh Irish Queen of Connacht in the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology. Her father was Eochaid Feidlech, the High King of Ireland. Her best-known husband was Ailill mac Mata, although she had several husbands before him, all of whom were kings of Connacht while they were married to her.
Merrow Irish A mermaid, believed by Irish fishermen to forebode a coming storm. There are male merrows, but no word to designate them.
Midir/ Midher Irish A chthonic god that appears in polymorphic form
Morrigu/ Morrigan/ Morrighan/ Morgan/ Badb/ Nemain Irish/ Wales/ Britain The Crone aspect of the goddesses who were a trinity responsible for war & ghosts
Moruadh Ireland Irish mermaids, they resemble human women but with webbed hands and fin-like feet. Ireland
Muireartach Irish A goddess of the ocean
Nechtan Irish The father and/or husband of Boann. He may be Nuada under another name, or his cult may have been replaced by that of Nuada. Irish
Neit Irish A Tuatha De Danann war god
Nemain Irish She is one of the triune crone goddesses of battle
Net Irish A god of war
Nit Irish One of the attendants of Queen Mab. Irish
Nuada Irish "Silver Arm" a king of the Tuatha De Danann. He is cognate with the Gaulish and British god Nodens. His Welsh equivalent is Nudd or Lludd Llaw Eraint. Irish
Ollathair aka Dagda Irish The supreme god in Irish mythology.
Phooka or Pooka Irish A spirit of most malignant disposition, who hurries people to their destruction. He sometimes comes in the form of an eagle, and sometimes in that of a horse, like the Scottish kelpie. Irish
Queen Maeve/ Medb/ Medhbh/ Madb Irish She was once a powerful goddess
Sheela[Sheila] Na Gig Irish She was most likely a protective or blessing deity
Sin Irish Patron goddess of warriors
Taillte/ Taultiu/ Tailitu/ Telta Irish A goddess of Lughnasadh & August
Telta Irish Earth goddesses who lived on a magical Hill. Irish
Trograin/ Lug Irish A minor god
Turrean Ireland Goddess who was transformed into the first large, shaggy Irish Wolfhound by Uchtdealbh, a jealous faery queen. Ireland