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List of Gods
NameOriginDescription
E Mayan E. An agricultural divinity and the patron of maize and maize produce. Mayan
E Alom Mayan Primeval creator goddessess, literally, those who conceive and give birth Mayan
E Quhalom Maya/ Quiche A primeval creator god
E'thon Greek The eagle or vulture that gnawed the liver of Prometheus. greek
Ea Babylon/Mesopotamia As a member of the supreme trinity he was god of the waters, giver of arts and sciences and the healer of the sick. Babylon/Mesopotamia
Ea/ Enki Babylon/ Mesopotamia The god of wisdom, spells, incantations, & the seas
Eabani Armenian The companion of Gilgamesh, the first primaeval man who was turning his rugged face towards civilization through the love of a woman. He takes part in the wanderings of Gilgamesh, and fights with him against Ishtar and the heavenly bull sent by Anu to avenge the insulted goddess. Apparently wounded in this struggle Eabani dies. Armenian Mythology
Eac Enochian A cacodemon. Enochian
Eacus Roman/ Iberia A weather god
Eacus aka Aeacus Greek A son of Zeus and Aegina. He was born in the island of Oenone or Oenopia, whither Aegina had been carried by Zeus to secure her from the anger of her parents. Greek
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Eadon Ireland Goddess of poetry. Ireland
Easal Ireland/Manx God of abundance and prosperity. He gave the sons of Tuirrean seven magic pigs, which reappeared the day after they were eaten. Ireland/Manx
Easter aka Eastre Saxons A putative goddess of the Anglo-Saxons
Eastre German A goddess of healing
Eate Basque God of fire and storms. Basque
Eate/ Egata Basque A god of fire & storms
Ebech Canaan Old mountain god who was overcome by Inanna, the goddess of war, love and the planet Venus. Canaan
Ebhlinne Ireland Goddess of Munster and midsummer, once a sun or fire Goddess. Ireland
Ebisu Japan God of fishermen, good luck, and workingmen, as well as the guardian of the health of small children. Japan
Eblis Islam The chief of the evil spirits
Eblis aka Iblis Islam Chief of the evil spirits, a Jinn made of smokeless fire. In an outburst rooted in envy, Eblis disobeyed Allah and was expelled from the grace of Allah. Islam
Ebore Benin Sky god. Nigeria and Benin
Eboza Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Ec Yenisei Siberia The high god
Ecaop Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Ececheira Greek Goddess of armistices and peace Greek
Echeclus Greece A son of Agenor, who was slain by Achilles. A Trojan of the same name occurs in the Iliad. Greece
Echephron Greek A son of Heracles and Psophis, the daughter of Xanthus or Eryx. He was twin-brother of Promachus.
Echetlaeus Greek A mysterious being who during the battle of Marathon appeared among the Greeks a man, who resembled a rustic, and slew many of the barbarians with his plough. After the battle, when he was searched for, he was not to be found anywhere, and when the Athenians consulted the oracle, they were commanded to worship the hero Echetlaeus. Greek
Echidna Greek A daughter of Tartarus and Ge, or of Chrysaor and Callirrhoe and according to others again, of Peiras and Styx. Half-woman, half-serpent. She was mother of the Chim?ra, the many-headed dog Orthos, the hundred-headed dragon of the Hesperides, the Colchian dragon, the Sphinx, Cerberus, Scylla, the Gorgons, the Lern?an hydra, the vulture that gnawed away the liver of Prometheus, and the Nemean lion. Greek
Echinades Greek One of the five surviving Spartae that had grown up from the dragon's teeth, which Cadmus had sown. Greek
Echo Greek An Oreade, who when Zeus was playing with the nymphs, used to keep Hera at a distance by incessantly talking to her. In this manner Hera was not able to detect her faithless husband, and the nymphs had time to escape. Greek
Echraidhe Celtic Celtic Horse Goddess
Echtghe Ireland Believed to be another form of Dana, the first Great Mother Goddess of Ireland.
Eckhardt German In German legends, appears on the evening of Maundy Thursday to warn all persons to go home, that they may not be injured by the headless bodies and two-legged horses which traverse the streets on that night.
Ecop Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Ecstatici Greek A class of diviners among the ancient Greeks, who used to lie in trances, and when they came to themselves gave strange accounts of what they had seen while they were "out of the body."
Edda Norse The literal meaning of the word is great-grandmother, but the term is usually applied to the mythological collection of poems discovered by Brynjolf Sveinsson in the year 1643. In the Rigsmal (Lay of Rig) Edda is the progenitrix of the race of thralls. Norse
Edeke Uganda God of calamity and disasters. Uganda
Edeke Teso Uganda A god of disasters
Edinkira Africa Tree goddess Africa
Edusa Roman A goddess of infants who are weaning
Edusa aka Edulica Cuba A Roman divinity, who was worshipped as the protectress of children, and was believed to bless their food, just as Potina and Cuba blessed their drinking and their sleep.
Ee loolth Duwamish Goddess of mountains. Duwamish
Ee-A-o/ Yao Gnostic Christian A primordial being
Eetion Greek A king of the Placian Thebe in Cilicia, and father of Andromache and Podes. Greek
Egata Basque A God who warns of approaching fire and windstorms. Basque
Egeria Greek The nymph who instructed Numa in his wise legislation. Numa used to meet her in a grove near Aricia. Greek
Egeria Roman Goddess of childbirth of midwives, fountains and justice. Roman
Egibiel Christians Angels of the Mansions of the Moon.
Egil Scandinavian Brother of Weland, the Vulcan of Northern mythology. Egil was a great archer, and his tale is the exact counterpart of the famous fable about William Tell.
Egill Norse The father of Thjalfe; a giant dwelling near the sea. Thor left his goats with him when on his way to the giant Hymer to get a vessel in which to brew ale. Norse
Egoir aka Egder Norse An eagle that appears at Ragnarok. Norse
Egres Finnish Fertility god in charge of the the turnip crop Finnish
Egres/ Akras Karelian Finland A fertility god in charge of the the turnip crop
Egungun oya Africa Another form of the Yoruba goddess of divination
Ehacatl Aztec God of education and the wind Aztec
Ehacatl/ Quetzalcoatl Aztec A god of education & the wind
Eheres Greek The angel invoked to remove earwax.
Ehlose Zulu The guardian spirit which may take many forms, and warns of approaching dangers. Zulu
Eiael Christian A minor god of the occult sciences and longevity. Christian
Eibhir Ireland Goddess of the sun, described as being a yellow-haired "stranger from another land." Ireland/Manx
Eidothea Greek A daughter of the aged Proteus, who instructed Menelaus, in the island of Pharos at the mouth of the river Aegyptus, in what manner he might secure her father and compel him to say in what way he should return home. Greek
Eikthyrnir aka Eikthyrner Norse A hart that stands over Odin's hall (Valhal). From his antlers drops water from which rivers flow. Norse
Eileithyia Greek Also called Eleithyia, Eilethyia, or Eleutho. The ancients derive her name from the coming or helping goddess. She was the goddess of birth, who came to the assistance of women in labour; and when she was kindly disposed, she furthered the birth, but when she was angry, she protracted the labour and delayed the birth. Greek
Eingana Australian The world-creator, the birth mother, maker of all water, land, animals, and kangaroos. This huge snake goddess still lives in the Dreamtime. Australian
Einheri Norse Plural Einherjar. The only or great champions; the heroes who have fallen in battle and been admitted into Valhal. Einherje. Norse
Eir Norse An attendant of Menglod, and the most skillful of all in the healing art. The word signifies peace, clemency. Norse
Eir Scandinavia A goddess of mercy & teaching
Eirek Scandinavian Whilst ourneying toward Paradise he came to a stone bridge guarded by a dragon and, on entering its mouth, found that he had arrived in a world of bliss. Scandinavian
Eirene Greek Goddess of peace and one of the Horae Greek
Eirnilus Hebrew The angel in charge of fruit. Hebrew
Eistibus Hebrew A minor god of divination. Hebrew
Eistla Norse One of Heimdal's nine mothers. Norse
Eithinoha Haudenosaunee A female spirit associated with fertility. Haudenosaunee
Eithne Ireland Old goddess who lived off nothing but the milk of a sacred Indian cow and was protected by a spirit who chased away all would-be suitors. Ireland
Eji Ogbe Africa God who is king of the pantheon Africa(west)/Nigeria/Yoruba
Ek Mayan Babob Mayan
Ek Chua Mayan God of merchants and cacao growers. Black faced with a huge nose.Mayan
Ek Chuah Mayan God of war and commerce Mayan
Eka Abassi Africa Creator of life Africa
Ekadasaruda Hindu Collective name for the group of gods (11) they are forms of the god Rudra Hindu
Ekahau Aztec God of commerce Aztec
Ekahau Maya He is the god of travelers & merchants
Ekahau Mayan God of travelers and merchants Mayan
Ekajata Buddhist Goddess of happiness Buddhist
Ekarudra Hindu Minor deity, another aspect of Siva Hindu/Puranic/Epic
Ekastaka India Goddess of healthy children India
Ekchuah Mayan An agricultural divinity who is the Patron of cacao and cacao products. He also has associations with travelers and journeys. Mayan
Ekhi Basque Personification of the sun Basque
Ekhi/ Eguzk Basque The personification of the sun
Ekimmu Babylonian Demons that infest the graves. Babylonian
Ekineba Africa Goddess of teaching Africa
Ekkekko Quechua God of good fortune Quechua
El Syria A storm god, also found in the mythologies of Canaan & the early Jewish invaders Ymvh Jehova God
El Auria Wicca Angel of flame, similar to Uriel. Wicca
El Dorado Peru Golden illusion, a land or means of unbounded wealth. Peru
El El Semitic One of the angels who guards the north wind. Semitic
El Khidr Arab One of the good angels, according to the Koran.
El aka Ymvh Hebrew/Phoenicia/Canaan/Levant The supreme god, the father of mankind and all creatures, the husband of the Goddess Asherah. He also doubles as a storm god. Hebrew/Phoenicia/Canaan/Levant
El'eb Canaan Primordial god Canaan
Elagabalus Arab A Syro-Phanician sun-god, represented under the form of a huge conical stone.
Elagabul Greek The God of Emesa[Syria]
Elaine British Maiden aspect of the goddess British/Welsh
Elais Greek One of the Oenotropae. Greek
Elara Greek A daughter of Orchomenus or Minyas, who became by Zeus the mother of the giant Tityus and Zeus, from fear of Hera, concealed her under the earth. (Apollodorus i. Argonautica) This was where she gave birth to Tityas, who some traditions state to be the son of Elara and Gaia, the earth goddess. Greek
Elasii Greek Goddesses of healing and epilepsy Greek
Elathan Celtic A king of the Fomors, father of Bress. Celtic
Elatus Greek A son of Ares by Leaneira, Metaneira, or by the nymph Chrysopeleia. He was a brother of Azan and Apheidas, and king of Arcadia. By his wife Laodice he had four sons, Stymphalus, Aepytus, Cyllen, and Pereus. Greek
Elben German Nature spirits. German
Elberich German The most famous dwarf of German romance. He aided the Emperor Otnit (who ruled over Lombardy) to gain for wife the Soldan's daughter.
Eldhrimner Norse The kettle in which the boar Saehrimner is cooked in Valhal. Norse
Eldir Norse The fire-producer; a servant of ?ger. Elder. Norse
Electra Greek 2. A daughter of Atlas and Pleione, was one of the seven Pleiades, and became by Zeus the mother of Jasion and Dardanus.
Electra Greek 1. A daughter of Oceanus and Tethys, and the wife of Thaumas, by whom she became the mother of Iris and the Harpies, Aello and Ocypete.
Electryone Greek Goddess of the moon Greek
Eleithyia Greek A goddess of childbirth & midwives
Elel Puelche Argentina Malevolent demonic being. Argentina
Elementals General Nature spirits of land, water, fire, etc., personifications of natural phenomena. General
Elena Russia Goddess of fire Russia
Eleos Greek Goddess of peace and mercy Greek
Eleuther Greek A son of Apollo and Aethusa, the daughter of Poseidon, was regarded as the founder of Eleutherae in Boeotia. He was the grandfather of Jasius and Poemander, the founder of Tanagra. He is said to have been the first that erected a statue of Dionysus, and spread the worship of the god. Greek
Elf Anglo-Saxon Elves, oelf. Properly, a mountain fay, but more loosely applied to those airy creatures that dance on the grass or sit in the leaves of trees and delight in the full moon. Anglo-Saxon
Elfin India The first fairy king. He ruled over India and America. Middle Age Romance
Elgabal Syria Local mountain god with solar links Syria
Elidure Britain A legendary king of Britain, advanced to the throne in place of his elder brother, Arthgallo, supposed by him to be dead. Arthgallo, after a long exile, returned to his country, and Elidure resigned to him the throne.
Elihino Cherokee Goddess of the earth Cherokee
Elim Judaic Collective term for god's the lower order of the gods from the great deities, the Elohim Judaic
Elimiel Jewish A minor angel in charge of the moon. Jewish
Elivager Scandinavian A cold venomous stream which issued from Niflheim, and in the abyss called the Ginnunga Gap, hardening into layer upon layer of ice. Scandinavian
Eljon Syria Old syrian diety who was incorporated into El as El-Eljon, an epithet of Yahweh.
Elkunirsha Hittite Creator Of The Earth. Hittite
Elkunisra Canaan Creator god. Canaan
Ellaman Dravidian Goddess of passage, an astral deity Hindu/Dravidian/Tamil
Elle Woman Danish The spirit of the elder tree. Danish
Elle-Maid Scandinavian Elle-Women, Elle-Folk, Scandinavian fairies.
Ellefolk Danish Danish elves
Ellel Hittite God Hittite
Ellel/ Ellilus Hittite A god
Elli Norse Goddess of wrestling norse
Ellil Akkadia Creator and air god Babylon/Akkadia
Ellyllon Welsh The souls of the ancient Druids, which, being too good for hell, and not good enough for heaven, are permitted to wander upon earth till the judgment day, when they will be admitted to a higher state of being. Welsh
Eloa Christian A female angel that was born from the tears that Jesus wept. Christian
Eloai Egypt Primordial being, one of the seven planetary spirits of the Egyptians
Elohim Semitic The genus of which ghosts, Chemosh, Dagon, Baal, Jahveh, etc., were species. The ghost or spectre which appeared to Saul is called Elohim. Semitic
Elohim Semitic In theology, Elohim (the plural of Eloah) means the "Lord of Hosts," or Lord of all power and might. Jehovah signifies rather the God of mercy and forgiveness. Hence, Elohim is used to express the God of creation, but Jehovah the God of the covenant of mercy. Semitic
Eloi Greek Patron saint of artists and smiths.
Elousinian Mysteries Greek Bacchus, Persophone and Demeter.
Elpenor Greek One of the companions of Odysseus, who were metamorphosed by Circe into swine, and afterwards back into men. Greek
Elphame aka Elphlane Scotland Elphane, Goddess of death and disease. Scotland
Elphame/ Elphlane/ Elphane/ Queen of Elphame Scotland A goddess of death & disease
Elpis Greek The personification of hope, perhaps a child of Nyx and mother of Pheme, the goddess of rumour. Greek
Elvidna Norse The hall of the goddess Hel. Norse
Elyll Welsh A hairy, clumsy creature, the same as a brownie. Welsh
Elyon Hebrew The most high god. Hebrew
Elysion Greek A section of the Underworld (the spelling Elysium is a Latinization of the Greek word Elysion). Elysium is an obscure and mysterious name that evolved from a designation of a place or person struck by lightning, enelysion, enelysios. Greek
Elysium Greek Elysian Fields. The Paradise or Happy Land of the Greek poets.
Emanjah Trinidad Goddess of rivers and teacher of children. Trinidad
Embla Norse The first woman. The gods found two lifeless trees, the ask (ash) and the embla; of the ash they made man, of the embla, woman. Norse
Eme'mqut Koryak Animistic spirit with cannibalistic tendencies. Koryak
Emeli Sudan Creator god and generic term meaning Lord, Sudan/Tuareg
Emeli Hin Tuareg Sudan A creator god & generic term meaning Lord
Emer Celtic Goddess of wisdom Celtic
Emes Sumeria God of vegetation. Sumeria
Emma O Buddhist/Japan God of death and lord of hell. Buddhist/Japan
Empung Lumimuut Sulawesi Goddess who gave birth to God of the sun. Sulawesi
Empung Luminuut N Celebes Is/ Sulawesi A goddess that gave birth to the sun god
Empusa Greek A monstrous spectre, which was believed to devour human beings. It could assume different forms, and was sent out by Hecate to frighten travellers. It was believed usually to appear with one leg of brass and the other of an ass. Whenever a traveller addressed the monster with insulting words, it used to flee and utter a shrill sound. The Lamiae and Mormolyceia, who assumed the fonm of handsome women for the purpose of attracting young men, and then sucked their blood like vampyrs and ate their flesh, were reckoned among the Empusae. Greek
Empyrean Greek There are five heavens, the last of which is pure elemental fire and the seat of deity; this fifth heaven is called the empyrean. Greek
En Iltyrain A god who was demoted a demon by the Christians
En-lil Babylon The name of Bel in the oldest inscriptions Bel. Babylon
Enbilulu Sumerian A river god in charge of the sacred rivers Tigris and Euphrates. He was also the deity of canals, irrigation and farming. Sumerian
Encelados Greek The most powerful of the giants that conspired against Zeus. The king of gods and men cast him down, and threw Mount Etna over him. The poets say that the flames of this volcano arise from the breath of this giant. The battle-field of his contest was Phlegra, in Macedonia. Greek
Enceladus Greek A son of Tartarus and Ge, and one of the hundred-armed giants who made war upon the gods. He was killed, according to some, by Zeus, by a flash of lightning, and buried under mount Aetna and according to others, he was killed by the chariot of Athena, or by the spear of Seilenus. Greek
Endouellicus Roman God of healing Roman/Iberia
Endukugga Sumeria God of the Underworld Sumeria
Endursaga Mesopotamia Herald god Mesopotamia/Sumeria
Endymion Greek A youth distin­guished for his beauty, and renowned in ancient story by the perpetual sleep in which he spent his life. Greek
Enediel Christians Angels of the Mansions of the Moon.
Enejie Greek The angel called up to grant wishes.
Enekpe Africa Goddess of the family and guardian of destiny Africa
Enipeus Greek A river-god in Thessaly, who was beloved by Tyro, the daughter of Salmoneus. Poseidon, who was in love with her, assumed the appearance of Enipeus, and thus visited her, and she became by him the mother of twins, Pelias and Neleus. Greek
Enki aka Ea Mesopotamia/Sumeria A deity later known as Ea in Babylonian mythology, originally chief God of the city of Eridu. Mesopotamia/Sumeria
Enki/ Ea Sumeria/ Mesopotamia A creator god, water, cunning & fertility
Enkimdu Sumeria God of canals, ditches, irrigation and sedentary farming. Sumeria
Enlil Sumeria God of air and weather. One of four Sumerian creating gods. Sumeria
Enmesarra Mesopotamia/ Sumeria/ Babylon/ Akkadia The god of law
Enmesharra Sumerian A god of the underworld who often worked with Enbilulu to bring water to the surface of the Earth. Sumerian
Ennead Egypt The Heliopolis pantheon as a group
Enneads Egypt The Ancient Egyptians set up multiple Enneads; the Great Ennead, the Lesser Ennead, the Dual Ennead, plural Enneads, and the Seven Enneads.
Ennugi Sumeria Attendant and throne bearer god. A younger brother of Sin, he was also the god of Irrigation and a canal inspector. Sumeria
Enodia Greek Goddess of crossroads and gates. Greek
Enorches Greek A son of Thyestes by his sister Daeta, was born out of an egg, and built a temple to Dionysus. Greek
Entelechy Rabelais The kingdom of Queen Quintessence in the History of Gargantua and Pantagruel' (NOT for the easily offended). Pantagruel and his companions went thither in search of the Holy Bottle. It may be called the city of speculative science. Rabelais
Enten Mesopotamia Fertility god who doubled as Guardian deity of farmers Mesopotamia/Sumeria
Entoria Roman Wife of Saturn, mother to Janus, Hymnus, Faustus, and Felix. Roman.
Enudu Gisha Uganda God of plague, specifically smallpox Uganda
Enyalius Greek The warlike, frequently occurs in the Iliad (never in the Odyssey) as an epithet of Ares. Greek
Enyo Greek The goddess of war, who delights in bloodshed and the destruction of towns, and accompanies Mars in battles. Greek
Enzu Akkadia God who was named appears to be a corrupted form of Suen Babylon/Mesopotamia/Akkadia