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List of Gods
F Mayan F. A god of war who likes a tasty human sacrifice. Mayan
Fa Africa The god with 16 eyes who brought learning to the people. Africa
Faax Enochian A minor angel. Enochian
Fabulinus Roman The god who taught Roman children to utter their first word. It was the god Vagitanus who taught them to utter their first cry. Roman
Fachea Ireland Goddess of poetry and patron of bards. Ireland
Fada France A fee or kobold of the south of France, sometimes called "Hada." These house-spirits, of which, strictly speaking, there are but three, bring good luck in their right hand and ill luck in their left.
Fadda Islam Mahomet's white mule. Islam
Fafner Norse Son of Hreidmar. He kills his father to get possession of the Andvarenaut. He afterwards changes himself into a dragon and guards the treasure on Gnitaheath. He is slain by Sigurd, and his heart is roasted and eaten. Norse
Fagus Gaul/Pyrenean God of beech trees. Gaul/Pyrenean
Fahfah Islam One of the rivers of Paradise. Islam
Faids Britain The second class of Druids. Britain
Faivarongo Polynesia Grandsire of the Ocean and the god of sailors. Polynesia
Faivarongo Tikopia Polynesia A god of sailors
Fakavelikele Polynesia The supreme god of the Futuna who, with Songia and Fitu, was considered the source of all good and evil. Polynesia
Falacer Italian An ancient and forgotten Italian divinity, considered to be the same as Jupiter.
Falhofner [Hollow-hoof] Norse One of the horses of the gods. Norse
Fama Roman The personification of rumour or report. Roman
Fan K'uei China God of butchers. China
Fand Celtic A goddess of happiness & pleasure
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.
Fangle Rainbowweb Computer games A fairy bringer of fortune who lives at the bottom of my tangled garden and is only seen in the mist of an early morning. She wears tangled dresses of multicoloured petals and has multicoloured wings like a butterfly.
Faragvoul Puerto Rico/ Haiti A votive god
Farbaute [Ship-destroyer] Norse The father of Loke. Norse
Farbauti Norse Father of Loki, Byleifstr, and Helbindi. Farbauti's wife was either Laufey or Nal. Norse
Faro Africa Purified the earth by sacrificing himself to atone for his twin Pemba's sin. Mande. Weat Africa
Faro Bambara W Africa A river god that brought order to the world when it was created
Fascinus Roman An early Latin divinity, and identical with Mutinus or Tutinus. He was worshipped as the protector from sorcery, witchcraft, and evil daemons and represented in the form of a phallus, the genuine Latin for which iafascimtm, this symbol being believed to be most efficient in averting all evil influences. He was especially invoked to protect women in childbed and their offspring.
Fata Italian An Italian fay, or white lady.
Fata-Morgana Celtic Goddess of the sea, illusion, enchantment, fate and death and Queen of the Fortunate Isles. Celtic
Fate Roman A goddess of fate
Fates Greek Properly signifies "a share," and as a personification "the deity who assigns to every man his fate or his share," or the Fates. Homer usually speaks of only one Moira, and only once mentions the Motpai in the plural. In his poems Moira is fate personified, which, at the birth of man, spins out the thread of his future life, follows his steps, and directs the consequences of his actions according to the counsel of the gods. Homer thus, when he personifies Fate, conceives her as spinning, an act by which also the power of other gods over the life of man is expressed. Greek
Fatima Syrian The great goddess of the moon and fate, the source of the Sun and the virgin Queen of Heaven. Syrian
Fatit Albania Female entities who are in charge of the individuals destiny. Albania
Fatit/ Merin Albania Female entities that are in charge of the individuals destiny
Fatua Roman A Roman goddess identified with Gaea. Known as the kind goddess because of her benevolence towards all creatures.
Faula Greek Was, according to some, a concubine of Heracles in Italy while, according to others, she was the wife or sister of Faunus. Latinus, who is called a son of Heracles by a concubine, was probably considered to be the son of Faula whereas the common tradition describes him as a son of Faunus. Faula was identified by some of the ancients with the Greek Aphrodite. Greek
Faumea Polynesia Goddess of fertility. Polynesia
Faun Roman Place-spirits (genii) of untamed woodland. Romans connected their fauns with the Greek satyrs, wild and orgiastic drunken followers of Dionysus. However, fauns and satyrs were originally quite different creatures. Both have horns and both resemble goats below the waist, humans above; but originally satyrs had human feet, fauns goatlike hooves. The Romans also had a god named Faunus and a goddess Fauna, who, like the fauns, were goat-people. Roman
Fauna Etruscan Goddess of the earth, wildlife, forests, and fertility. Symbolizes prosperity as well. Etruscan
Faunus Roman The son of Picus and father of Latinus, was the third in the series of the kings of the Laurentes. In his reign Faunus, like his two predecessors, Picus and Saturn, had promoted agriculture and the breeding of cattle among his subjects, and also distinguished himself as a hunter. Roman
Faustulus Roman The royal shepherd of Amulius and husband of Acca Laurentia. He found Romulus and Remus as they were nursed by the she-wolf. Roman
Faustus Roman A son of Saturn and Entoria. and the brother of Janus, Hymnus and Felix. Roman.
Fe Gai Islands Goddess who guards certain islands of the Ivory Coast.
Fe'e Samoan A huge octopus War-God. Samoan
Fea Irish A war goddess
Fea or fee Ireland A war goddess. Ireland
Fear Dearg Ireland I.e. Red Man. A house-spirit of Munster. Ireland
Febris Roman The goddess of fever, or rather the averter of fever. Roman
Februus Roman An ancient Italian divinity, to whom the month of February was sacred, for in the latter half of that month great and general purifications and lustrations were celebrated, which were at the same time considered to produce fertility among men as well as beasts. Roman
Fedecks Discworld Fedecks is the Messenger of the Gods, who appears as a radiant figure in a winged hat, winged sandals and a winged fig leaf. Discworld
Fedelma Ireland A fairy Queen who can be invoked to increase psychic abilities. Ireland
Fei Lien China A demigod, one of the Counts of the Winds. China
Fei Lien/ Fewi Lian/ Feng Bo China A god of the wind
Felicitas Roman The personification of happiness and is frequently seen on Roman medals, in the form of a matron, with the staff of Mercury (caduceus) and a cornucopia. Roman
Felix Roman Son of Saturn and Entoria, brother of Ianus, Faustus and Hymnus. Roman
Fene Hungarian A demon oppososed to light and an inventor of unusual contraptions and devices. Fene is also the name of the place where demons roam. Hungarian
Feng Pho Pho China A goddess of the winds
Feng Po China A sky god of the wind
Feng Po Po China Goddess of the wind and embodies the elements of air and water. China
Fengbo China Another god of the wind
Fenja Norse A female slave giantess who was tied to a mill and asked to grind gold, peace and happiness. Norse
Fenrer Norse Fenri or Fenris-wolf. The monster-wolf. He is the son of Loke, who bites the hand of Tyr. The gods put him in chains, where he remains until Ragnarok. In Ragnarok he gets loose, swallows the sun and conquers Odin, but is killed by Vidar. Norse
Fensalir or Fensal Norse The abode of Frigg. Norse
Feretrius Roman A surname of Jupiter, which is probably derived from ferire, to strike; for persons who took an oath called upon Jupiter, if they swore falsely, to strike them as they struck the victim they sacrificed to him. Roman
Feronia Etruscan Goddess of the autumn, fire and volcanoes. She also served as a goddess of travel, fire, and waters. Erilio, the king of Preneste, was her son according to one tradition. According to another tradition her son was the underworld god Herulus. Etruscan
Feronia Roman Goddess of orchards and protects freed men. Roman Also regarded as a goddess of the earth or the lower world because she is said to have given to her son three souls, so that Evander had to kill him thrice before he was dead. Roman
Ferracute s A giant in Turpin's Chronicle of Charlemagne. He had the strength of forty men, and was thirty-six feet high. Though no lance could pierce his hide, Orlando slew him by Divine interposition. .
Fharlanghn Blobbie A god of horizons and long-distance travel. Blobbie
Fideal Scotland A sprite of water who haunts lonely pools and hides herself in the grasses by the water. Scotland
Fides Roman The personification of fidelity or faithfulness. She was represented as a matron wearing a wreath of olive or laurel leaves, and carrying in her hand corn ears or a basket with fruit. Roman
Fidi Mukullu Basonga Supreme being and sky god of the Basonga.
Fidi Mukullu Bena Lulua Zaire A creator god
Fidius Greek The son of Zeus, that is, Hercules. Greek
Fierabras Babylon Son of Balan, King of Spain. The greatest giant that ever walked the earth. For height of stature, breadth of shoulder, and hardness of muscle he never had an equal. He possessed all Babylon, even to the Red Sea; was seigneur of Russia, Lord of Cologne, master of Jerusalem, and even of the Holy Sepulchre.
Fimafeng Norse The nimble servant of ?ger. He was slain by the jealous Loke. Norse
Fimbul Norse It means mighty great. In the Norse mythology it appears as:
Fimbul-winter Scandinavia The great and awful winter three years' long preceding the end of the world.
Fimbultyr Scandinavia The mighty god, great helper (Odin)
Finncaev Ireland A goddess of love, beauty and fertility. Ireland
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
Finweigh Bilan God who made man. Bilan
Fion Gaelic Son of Comnal, an enormous giant, who could place his feet on two mountains, and then stoop and drink from a stream in the valley between. Gaelic legend
Fionn Mac Cumhal Ireland/Scotland/Manx Ancient hunter-warrior god. Ireland/Scotland/Manx
Firie Zaire A supreme sky god who controls the elements. Zaire
Fjalar Norse A misnomer for Skrymer, in whose glove Thor took shelter. Norse
Fjalar Norse A dwarf, who slew Kvaser, and composed from his blood the poetic mead. Norse
Fjolner Norse One of Odin's many names. Norse
Fjorgyn Norse A personification of the earth; mother of Thor. Norse
Fjorgynn Norse God mentioned in Snorri's Edda. Norse
Fland Greek The delinquent daughter of Flidais who grew up to become an evil water sprite who lures swimmers to their deaths. Ireland.
Flandal Ironhands Scandinavia Gnomish god of mining and iresmiths.
Flatulus Discworld The Ephebian God of the Winds. His name comes from "flatus", Latin for breaking wind. Discworld
Flauros Christian A Great Duke of Hell who gives true answers of all things past, present and future, but he must be first commanded to enter a magic triangle for if not he will lie, deceive the conjurer, and beguile him in other business. Christian Demonology
Flidais Irish Ruler of wild beasts of the forests\woodlands
Flidais (Watch-Out-Dear) Ireland A huntress and archer fond of the chase. A Celtic Artemis except, whereas Artemis was a virgin goddess, Flidais was very fond of jolly bonking. Ireland
Flins Wendish The god of death. Wendish
Flipplopa Pan-cultural The god who grants forgiveness to politicians. Pan-cultural
Flora Roman Goddess of gardens, plants, flowers, love, prostitution,spring and youth. Her festival was celebrated from the 28th of April till the first of May, with extravagant merriment and lasciviousness. The resemblance between the names Flora and Chloris led the later Romans to identify the two divinities. Roman
Fluonia Roman A surname of the goddess Juno. Roman
Fo China Name for Buddha China
Focalor Christian A Great Duke of Hell who kills men, drowns them, and overthrows warships and has power over wind and sea and hoped to return to heaven after one thousand years, but he was deceived in his hope. Focalor is depicted as a man with the wings of a griffin. Christian demonology
Fogatza aka Robboqua Ethiopia The supreme being of the Gumuz. Ethiopia
Folkvang Norse [Paradise, a field]. The folk-field. Freyja's dwelling. Norse
Fomore Irish They are the adversaries of the Tuatha De Danann, & called it demons
Fons Roman Goddess of fountains Roman
Fontus Roman A Roman divinity connected with a well and he was the personification of the flowing waters.
Foorgol Discworld The Ephebian God of Avalanches. Discworld
Foras aka Forcas Christian Forrasis, a powerful Great President of Hell who teaches logic and ethics, the virtues of all herbs and precious stones, can make a man witty, eloquent, invisible, live long and discover treasures and recover lost things. Christian demonology
Fornax Roman A divinity who presided over ovens. Roman
Fornax Roman A Roman goddess, who is said to have been worshipped that she might ripen the corn, and prevent its being burnt in baking in the oven. Roman
Forneus Christian A Great Marquis of Hell, and has twenty-nine legions of demons under his rule. He teaches Rhetoric and languages, gives men a good name, and makes them be loved by their friends and foes. He is depicted as a sea-monster. Christian demonology
Fornjot Norse The most ancient giant. He was father of ?ger, or Hler, the god of the ocean; of Loge, flame or fire, and of Kaare, wind. His wife was Ran. These divinities are generally regarded as belonging to an earlier mythology, probably to that of the Fins or Celts. Norse
Forsete Norse [The fore-sitter, president, chairman]. Son of Balder and Nanna. His dwelling is Glitner, and his office is that of a peacemaker. Norse
Forseti Norse/ Germanic A god of justice for men & gods
Forso Gururumba Ghosts of the dead. They are tiresome attracting attention and causing accidents and illness. Gururumba
Fortuna Roman The goddess of chance or good luck, was worshipped both in Greece and Italy, and more particularly at Rome, where she was considered as the steady goddess of good luck, success, and every kind of prosperity. Roman
Fotla Ireland A patron goddess of Ireland and the wife of the Tuatha King MacCeacht.
Foto-Tama Japan/ Shinto An ancestral god
Fraananger-Force Norse The force or waterfall into which Loke, in the likeness of a salmon, cast himself, and where the gods caught him and bound him. Norse
Fracassus Greek Father of Ferrgas, the giant, and son of Morgante.
Frau Holle German Goddess of winter. German
Frau Welt German A female fairy mistress according to the medieval church, the devil.
Fraus Greek The Roman personification of fraud and deceit, counterpart of the Greek Apate.
Fravasi or Fravartin Iran Denotes the spirit of the pre-existence of the believer who watches over him as Protective spirit. Iran
Fravasi/ Fravartin Iran Interesting - The concept denotes the spirit of the pre-existence of the believer that watches over him as a protective spirit
Freke Norse One of Odin's wolves. Norse
Frey Norse A god of rain, weather, seafaring & war
Frey Norse He is son of Njord, husband of Skade, slayer of Bele, and falls in conflict with Surt in Ragnarok. Alfheirn was given him as a tooth-gift. The ship Skidbladner was built for him. He falls in love with Gerd, Gymer's fair daughter. He gives his trusty sword to Skirner. Norse
Freya Germanic A goddess of fertility, love, beauty, sex & youth
Freya Scandinavia Scandinavia held at Yuletide the festival called Jul, in honour of Freya, wife of Odin.
Freya, Freyja Norse Freya or Freyja [Feminine of Freyr]. The daughter of Njord and sister of Frey. She dwells in Folkvang. Half the fallen in battle belong to her, the other half to Odin. She lends her feather disguise to Loke. She is the goddess of love. Her husband is Oder. Her necklace is Brisingamen. She has a boar with golden bristles. Norse
Freyja Norse A goddess of fertility & vegetation
Freyr Norse A god of fruits, thriving crops & peaceful prosperity
Frigg Norse [Love]. She is the wife of Odin, and mother of Balder and queen of the gods, and reigns with Odin in Hlidskjalf. She exacts an oath from all things that they shall not harm Balder. Norse
Frjorgyn Germanic Goddess with no known cult, the name suggests she is a mountain/forest goddess and possibly revered as a goddess of fertility norse/germanic
Fu Hsi China God of fishing nets,vegetation, of happiness and the inventor of writing. China
Fu Hsing China He was considered a spirit of happiness
Fu Shen China God of happiness. China
Fu-His China God of agriculture/vegetation and inventor of writing. China
Fu-Hsing China God of happiness and bat. In charge of destiny, fate, love, happiness, and success. China
Fuamnach Ireland Midir's first wife and a witch goddess. When Midir fell in love with Etain and married her, Fuamnach got so jealous that she cast several spells on her, but she did not succeed. Ireland
Fudo Japan God of wisdom. Likes to look at the stars. Japan
Fudo Myoo Buddhist God who protects against catastrophes. Buddhist
Fufluns Etruscan God of wine and of the harvest. Etruscan
Fugen Bosatsu Japan God of enlightening wisdom, intelligence, understanding, intuition, long life. Japan
Fuji Japan/Ainu Goddess of fire and volcano and chief goddess. Japan/Ainu
Fujin Japan God of winds Japan/Shinto
Fukurokuju Japan God of wisdom, luck and prosperity. Japan
Fulgora Roman The personification of lightning. Roman
Fulgurator Roman Lightning Hurler. An epithet for Jupiter
Fulla Norse [Fullness]. Frigg's attendant. She takes care of Frigg's toilette, clothes and slippers. Nanna sent her a finger-ring from Helheim. She is represented as wearing her hair flowing over her shoulders. Norse
Fulla/ Folla Germanic A goddess of healing
Fulminator Roman A surname of the god Jupiter.
Fulvius Stellus Greek Had an aversion to women and entertained himself with a mare, by which he had a very handsome daughter, that he called Epona
Fura-Chogue Colombian The first mother. Colombian
Furcas Christian A Knight of Hell, and rules twenty legions of demons. He teaches Philosophy, Astronomy, Rhetoric, Logic, Chiromancy and Pyromancy. He is depicted as a cruel old man with a long beard and hairy head, riding a pale horse. Christian demonology
Furfur Christian A powerful Great Earl of Hell, being the ruler of twenty-six legions of demons. He is a liar unless compelled to enter a magic triangle; then he gives true answers to every questions speaking with a rough voice. Furfur causes love between a man and a woman, creates storms and tempests, thunders, lightning and blasts, and teaches on secret and divine things. He is depicted as a hart or winged hart, and also as an angel. Christian demonology
Furiae aka dirae Greek/Roman Eumenides, erinyes,, were originally nothing but a personification of curses pronounced upon a guilty criminal. The name Erinnys, which is the more ancient one, was derived by the Greeks from "I hunt up or persecute", or from the Arcadian "I am angry"; so that the Furiae were either the angry goddesses, or the goddesses who hunt up or search after the criminal. Greek/Roman
Furiae or Furies Greek The Roman name for the Greek Erinnyes.
Furiae/ Furies Roman The goddesses of justice & robbers
Furina or Furrina Roman An ancient Roman divinity, who had a sacred grove at Rome.
Furor Greek Roman personification of rage and fury, counterpart of the Greek Lyssa or Erinnys.
Futsu-Nushi-No-Kami Japan God of war, fire and lightning Japan/Shinto
Fuwch Frech Welsh A fairy cow who gave milk to anyone in need until a witch milked her dry. Welsh
Fuyengeni British The powerful and only god of the Kom. British Cameroon
Fylgiar Europe A guardian doppleganger discernable only to those with second sight. Middle Europe
Fynmaarel Jobbie The overseer of the wild elves, outcasts and outlaws. Jobbie