GODDESSES A-Z A-a Mesopotamian and western Semitic sun Goddess. Sun God Samas is her consort.

Also known as Aya. Abeona Roman Goddess of passage. She is involved with safe going-out and coming-in of a child. She is linked with Goddess Adeona. Abhijit Monir Hindu Goddess of fortune. She is a daughter of Daksa and consort of Candra (Soma). Her name means victorious. Abhimukhi Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess. Name means friendly disposed. She is usually associated with color red. Abnoba Forest and river Goddess in Europe (Roman, Geltic, German). Abundantia Roman fertility Goddess. She was seen in French mythology as a women who enter houses in the night bringing prosperity. Acca Larentia Roman obscure mother Goddess. She is believed to be mother of Lares and God Hercules, and adopted mother of Romulus, founder of Rome. She was celebrated in Larentalia (feast of the dead) festival on 23 December. Acchupta Jain (Indian) Goddess of learning. Name means untouched. Adeona Roman Goddess of passages. Linked with Abeona. Adhimukticarya Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess. She is usually associated with color red and her attributes are red lotus and staff Adhimuktivasita Buddhist Goddess. Name means control of confidence. Her color is usually associated is white and her attribute is flower bud. Adidharma Buddhist-Laimaist (Tibet) primordial Goddess. Her attributes are cup and a knife. Adikia Greek Goddess of injustice. An ugly figure who was being throttled by Greek Goddess of justice Dike. Aditi Hindu (Vedic) archaic mother Goddess. She is sometimes identified in the guise of a cow. She is a guardian who brings prosperity and frees her devotees form problems and help clear away obstacles. Her name means the free one. Adrastea Hellenized Phrygian (north-weaters Turkey) mountain Goddess. In Greece she is known as a defender of righteous. It´s known does she have a link with Celtic Goddess Andraste. Agrona Celtic Goddess of strife and war. Her name means carnage, or slaughter. Ahurani Zoroastrian (Persian) fertility Goddess, who brings prosperity and help women get pregnant. Her name means mistress of Ahura. Ahura is a God of light. Aine Celtic obscure sky or sun Goddess, that have been associated sometimes with horses. She was also said to be Irish fairy of brilliance, splendor and joy. Tale says that she mated with several humans creating a fairy/human race. Ajaya Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Her name means invincible. Aje Yoruban (Nigeria, West Africa) Goddess of wealth. In creation of earth she was sent down with Oduduwa, the earth Goddess. She appears as a fowl scratching the earth.

Akonadi Ghanain (west Africa) oracular Goddess She is also known as a Goddess of justice and guardian of women. Ala Ibo (eastern Nigerian, West Africa) chthonic fertility Goddess. She is also known as a Goddess of underworld linked with cult of the dead (which rest in her womb). Serious crimes, like murder, are considered to be offenses against her. She is also known by names Ale, Ana and Ani. Alemona Roman Goddess of passages. She takes care of the health of an unborn child. Allat Pre-Islamic northern and central Arabian astral and tutelary Goddess. One of the three daughters of Allah. She was invoked as a domestic guardian. She may be same as Arab Goddess Atarsamain. Her name means goddess. Allatu(m) Western Semitic chthonic underworld Goddess. Alpanu Eeruscan chthonic Goddess of underworld and sexual love. Alom Mayan (Mexico) mother Goddess, whose name means she who bore sons. Ama-arhus Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) fertility Goddess. Amasagnul Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) fertility Goddess. Her consort is the God Papsukkal. Papsukkal is a messenger God. Amaterasu-O-Mi-Kami Shinto (Japan) Goddess sun. Her brother is the storm God Susano-Wo. She is also the tutelary Goddess of the emperor. Amaunet Upper Egyptian fertility Goddess. She was also called to protect at times of royal accessions. Her name means the hidden one. Ame-No-Mi-Kumari-No-Kami Shinto (Japan) Goddess of water. She is also known as the heavenly water divider. Ame-No-Tanabata-Hime-No-Miko Shinto (Japan) astral Goddess of weavers. Her partner is Hikoboshi, an astral God. Ame-No-Uzume Shinto (Japan) Goddess of dance. Ameretat Persian Goddess of immortality. Her name means immortality. Ammavaru Hindu-Dravian primordial mother Goddess. She is said to be the mother of the major Gods Brahma, Visnu and Siva. Ammut Egyptian chthonic underworld Goddess. She consumes the dead if their hearts are found weight down with guilt in the Judgment Hall where everybody goes after they die for judgment. Amphitrite Greek sea Goddess. She calm stormy seas and travels by boat made of mussels. Anahita Persian Goddess of fertility and water. Her name means immaculate and planet Venus. Angerona Roman Goddess who relieved men from pain and sorrow. She was also a protector of Rome and keeper of its sacred name which could not be revealed to enemies. Her festival is Divalia/Angeronalia was celebrated on December 21st. Antheia Greek Goddess of flowers, gardens, love, marshes, and swamps. Her name means flower. Anaitis Persian (Iran) fertility Goddess. In her cult noble families regularity surrendered their daughters to service as cultic prostitutes.

Ananke Greek Goddess of destiny. Anahit Armenian Goddess of fertility and wisdom. Annan Celtic Goddess, who is mother of Gods. Antiope Queen of the Amazons. Anuket Egyptian Goddess of rivers. Anat Canaatine and Phoenician (northern Israel, Lebanon and Syria) fertility Goddess. She is a sister of Baal. Anat is describes as mother of the Gods and mistress of the sky. She is also aggressive Goddess of war. Her name means water spring. Anaulikutsai´x Bella Coola native American (British Columbia, Canada) River Goddess. She oversees the arrival and departure of the salmon in the rivers. She lives in cave called Nuskesiu´tsta. Ancamna Romano-Celtic (Continental European) water Goddess. Andarta Celtic (Callic) fertility Goddess. Se was a protector of a Vocontii tribe. Andrasta Romano-Celtic (British) Goddess of war. She was a protector of a Iceni tribe. Her name means invincible. Ankalamman Hindu-Dravidian (Tamil) guardian Goddess. She wards of demons, and is sometimes said to be an aspect of Kali. Anna Kuari Indian vegetation Goddess, who was worshipped by the Oraon tribe of Chota Nagpur. She received human sacrifice in spring months, and was believed to live in a house of the sacrificers in form of a child and to bring riches, and good harvest. Anna Perenna Roman protective Goddess. Festival dedicated to her was held on 15 March. Antu Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian, Iraq) creator Goddess. She is a consort of the God of heaven, Anu. Anukis Egyptian Goddess of birth. She lives in the cataracts of the lower Nile. Her sacred animal is gazelle. Anunitu Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) mother Goddess. Anuradha Hindu (Puranic) Goddess of fortune. She is a daughter of Daksa (sun God) and wife of Candra (planet God). Aphrodisias Carian (southwestern Turkey) Goddess of fertility. Aphrodite Greek Goddess of sexual love, war and victory. In one version she is a daughter of Zeus, leader of Gods. Her husband is Hephaistos (God of fire and smithies), but she have multiple lovers, including Ares, God of war. Her sacred animal is the goat and her name means foam-born. Arachne Greek (later Roman) Goddess of weaving. Aranyani Hindu (Vedic) Goddess of woodlands. She is guardian of animals and recognized in sound of trees, particulary at dusk. Aradia Daughter of Diana (Roman moon Goddess) and Lucifer (Roman sun God). She was a first to teach humans about the art of witchcraft. She is a queen of witches, and Goddess and protector of those who are hunted because of their religion. Arawa Suk and Pokot (Kenya and Uruganda. East Africa) moon Goddess. She is a daughter of creator God Tororut.

Arcismati Buddhist (vajrayana) Goddess. She is usually associated with color green and her attributes are blue lotus and staff. Her name means brilliant. Andra Hindu ( Puranic) Goddess of misfortune. Arduinna Romano-Geltic (Continental European) Goddess of forest and hunting. She known in Ardennes religion and is guardian of wild boars. Ariadne Greek Goddess of vegetation, who was consort of Dionysus, God of wine. Sometimes seen as a mortal. Arianrhod Celtic (Welsh) chthonic earth Goddess. Arinna Hittite and Hurrian sun Goddess. Arubani Armenian Goddess, who is a queen of high God Haldi. Arnemetia Romano-Celtic (British) water Goddess. Arsay Westarn Semitic (Canaanite) chthonic Goddess of underworld. Artemis Greek virgin Goddess of hunting. Many of her characterizes was transferred to Christian Virgin Mary. She is Goddess of young girls. Her father is Zeus, king of the Gods, and mother is Leto. Her brtoher is Apollo, God of hunting and healing. Arthapratisamvit Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess of logical analysis.She is usually associated with color green and attributes are jewel and noose. Artio of Muri Romano-Celtic (Continental European) Goddess of fertility and guardian of bears.She is also said to be a Goddess of prosperity and harvest. Arundhati Hindu (Puranic) Goddess of night, sky and stars. Her personification is morning star and her attribute is begging bowl. Her name means faithfulness and unrestrained. Aruru Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylinian-Akkadian) mother Goddess. Arya-Tara Buddhist Goddess, whose colour is green and attributes are green lotus and staff. Her name means the honorable Tara. Tara can mean power of hunger, or in some translations a star. Asase Yaa Ashanti (Ghana, West Africa) chthonic fertility Goddess. Her sacred day is Thursday. Farmers sacrificed cockerel to ensure good harvest. She is also Goddess of dead and truth. Aserah Amorite, then Canaanite and possibly Phoenician (Lebanon from Tyre northwards, Syria) mother Goddess. She is described as a creator of the Gods, and is Known as Lady Aserah of the sea. She oversees the natural world. Her name means she who treads the sea. Asertu Western Semitic (Canaanite) and Hittite fertility Goddess. Ashiakle Gan (district around Accra, Ghana, West Africa) wealth Goddess. She was born in ocean, and she is usually associated with colors red and white. Astraia Greek Goddess of justice. Aslesa(s) Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of misfortune. Asnan Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) Vegetation Goddess. Aspalis Western Semitic Goddess of hunting. In some stories she hanged herself and her body disappeared. Asratum Western Semitic (Canaanite) Goddess of fertility.

Astaroth Western Semitic fertility Goddess. She is also Goddess of sheep's. Astarte Western Semitic, predominantly Phoenicia (Lebanon and Syria) Goddess of fertility, sexual love, war and evening star. Her sacred animal is sphinx, and her name means star. Astlik Armenian Goddess. Mother of fairies. Asvayujau Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Her name means harnessing horses. Ataecina Romano-Iberian chthonic underworld Goddess. Ataentsic Iroquois and Huron native Americans (USA) Goddess, who is a ancestor of the human race. Atira Pawnee native American (USA) Goddess, who is a consort of supreme God Tirawa. Atropos One of the three Greek Fates. She was able to control the destiny of humans. Atargatis Northern Syrian mother Goddess. Her sacred animal are dolphins. She is also a fish Goddess, who is described looking like a mermaid. Ate Greek Goddess of misfortune. She is a daughter of Zeus, king of Gods, and she leads to disaster. Atete Kafa (Ethiopian, northeastern Africa) fertility Goddess. When Christians arrived, she transformed into Virgin Mary, and that way her cult survived. Athena Greek Goddess of war and protector of many Greek cities (mainly Athene). She is a daughter of Metis (Goddess of wisdom), born from the head of Zeus, king of the Gods. She gave olive to humans. Athirat Western Semitic (Canaanite) Goddess Fertility. Aticandika Hindu (Puranic) Goddess. Her name means exceedingly great. Atropos Greek Goddess of faith. She is responsible for the final part of mortal life. Name of the plant Atropa belladonna (deadly nightshade) comes from her. Aurora Roman Goddess of dawn and morning. Her name means dawn. Aveta Romano-Celtic (Gallic) Goddess of birth and midwifery. She is a protector of nursing mothers. Axo-Mama Native American (Peru) Goddess of potato crops. Aya Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) mother Goddess. Ayaba Fon (Benin, West Africa) hearth Goddess. Ayurvasita Buddhist Goddess, whose color is whitish red and attribute jewel. Her name means control of life. ¨ Ba Chinese Goddess of dought. Baba Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) fertility Goddess. Bachue Columbian native Americans Goddess, who is a creator of human race. Badb (Catha) Celtic (Irish) Goddess of war. She is one aspect of the Morrigan, and her name means raven of battle. Badi Mata Hindu (northern Indian) mother Goddess. In later Hinduism she was known to attack children during puberty. Bagala Hindu Goddess, whose name means power of cruelty. Bagvarti Urartian (Armenian) tutelary Goddess.

Bala In Hindu (Epic and Puranic), she is a mother Goddess, and in Jain (Indian) she is a messenger Goddess. Her name means girl. Bala-Sakti Dravidian (Tamil, northern Indian) Goddess, who presides over six cakras or prayer wheels. Baltis Arabian Goddess. Identified with planet Venus. Banba Celtic (Irish) fertility Goddess. One aspect of Morrigan. Also Goddess of war. Bast Egyptian Goddess of cat. Cats are sacred to her, and her name means female of the ointment jar. In some stories she is described also as a Goddess of perfume. Other name is Bastet. Bat Upper Egyptian cow Goddess of fertility. Baubo Western Semitic (Syrian) mother Goddess. Belet-Ili Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) mother Goddess. Her name means lady of the Gods. Belet-Seri Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) chthonic underworld Goddess. The recorder of the dead entering the underworld. Belili Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) Goddess. Bellona Roman mother Goddess and Goddess of war. Beltiya Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) Goddess. Her name means my lady. Bendis Thracian mother Goddess. Her attributes are boots, torch and pointed cap. Benten Shinto (Japan) Goddess of sea and arts. Benten-San Shinto(Japan) Goddess of luck. She is very popular, and there are many altars in her honor. Married couples are reluctant to visit her shrines together, because there are very often snakes coiled around her statue. Snakes represent jealousy. Bera Pennu Northern Indian vegetation Goddess. Human sacrifices where common in her cult. Bhadra Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Her attributes are blue lotus, fruit, rosary and trident. Bhadra means auspicious. Bharani Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of misfortune. Her name mean bearing. Bhara Mata Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Her name means mother India. Bharati Hindu (Epic, Vedic and Puranic) Goddess of sacrifice. She appeared before ritual was performed. Her consort is Ganesa, God of wisdom, prudence and art. Bhima Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Her name means terrible. Bhrkuti-Tara Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) mother Goddess. In Lamaist she is seen as a cruel from of Tara, mother of Buddha. She is usually associated with color yellow and her attributes are image of Amitabha, lotus, rosary, staff, trident and water jar. Her name means she who frowns. Bhumi Devata Indian vegetation Goddess. Bhumidevi Hindu (Epic and Puranic) fertility Goddess. Second wife of Visnu. She is often depicted sitting on lotus throne with bared breasts. Some of her attributes are blue lotus, lute and water jar. Her name means the earth Goddess. Bhutamata Terrible Hindu Goddess. Her name means mother of goblins. Her attributes are phallus, shield and sword.

Bhuvanesvari Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Her attributes are hook and noose, and her name means lady of the spheres. Bia Greek Goddess of force. Birrahgnooloo Australian aboriginal creator Goddess. Mother of all living things on earth, including humans. Boann Celtic (Irish) river Goddess, mainly river Boyne. Boiuna Brizil native Americans Goddess of Amazon rivers. She possessed great magical powers. Boldogasszony Hungarian tutelary Goddess. Guardian of woman and children, later she became syncretized with Virgin Mary. Bombay Kamayan Hindu (northern Indian) disease Goddess. Borghild Norse Goddess of the evening mist who slays the sun every night. Her name means battle fort. Boudiccea Celtic fairy Goddess. She was also warrior. Brahmati Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Her attributes are book, label rosary trident and water jar. Brigantia Romano-Celtic (British) tutelary Goddess. She is associated with water and herding. Brigit Celtic (Continental European and Irish) Goddess of fertility. She was celebrated in festival Imbolc, 1. February. She did became St. Brigit when Christians arrived. Her name means exalted one. Britannia Romano-Celtic (British) tutelary Goddess. She became a symbol of British empire. Buddhabodihiprabhavasita Buddhist Goddess, whose name means control of the light of the knowledge of Buddha.She is usually associated with color yellow, and her attributes prayer wheel and jeweled banner. Buddhalocana Buddhist (Shingon) Goddess. A female Buddha, whose name means Buddha´s eyes. Buudhi Hindu (Puranic) and Jain Goddess. Name means perception. Buk Nuer (Sudan) river Goddess. Guardian against crocodiles, known as the daughter of the fireflies. Brynhild Nordic Goddess, who is a leading member of the Valkyries. Buto Egyptian cobra Goddess. Cardea Roman Goddess of health, door hinges, handles, and thresholds. Her name means door-pivot. Carna Roman goddess of flesh. Her name means horn. Also the name of a nymph who the god Janus fell in love with. Caelestis Carthaginian (North Africa) moon Goddess. Cailleach Bheur Celtic (Scottish) Goddess of winter. Blue-faced hag who is reborn on Samhain (October 31.). She brings snow until Goddess Brigit deposes her. Cakresvati Jain (Indian) Goddess of learning. Her name means lady of the cakra. Camunda Hindu (Epic and Puranic) and Buddhist Goddess.

Candra Terrible Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Her name means violent. Candali Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess of terrifying appearance. Her name means outcast woman, and she is usually associated with color red and her attributes are flames. Candanayika Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Her name means mistress of the fierce. Candarupa Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Candavati Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Candelifera Roman Goddess of birth. Brings newborn child into the light. Candesvari Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, who stand upon a corpse. She is usually associated with color yellow,her attributes grass and an antelope and her name means fierce lady. Candika Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of desire. Her name means fierce. Candogra Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Her name means fierce and terrible. Carcika Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means repetitive chant. She is usually associated with color red, and her attributes cup and knife. Carmentes Roman Goddess of birth. Brings newborn child into the light. Cathubodua Celtic (Continental European) war Goddess. Caipora Brazil native American Goddess, who lives in the forest and protector animals. She is feared by the hunters. Calliope Greek muse of the epic poetry. Calypso Greek Goddess, who did offer Odysseus immortality if he would stay with her. Caquixaha Mayan Goddess, who was the first woman. Cassandra Greek prophetess. Her visions were always true, but because of a curse by Apollo, God of the healing, she was never believed. Cauri Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess of terrifying appearance.She is usually associated with color yellow and her attribute noose. Cenkalaniyammal Hindu-Dravian (Tamil) Goddess. Guardian of paddyfields in southern India. Her name means lady of the paddyfields. Centeocihuatl Aztec (Mexico) maize Goddess. Céibhfhionn Irish/Gaelic water Goddess of inspiration, intelligence, knowledge and creativity. Her name means fair locks. Ceto Roman Goddess of the dangers of the sea. Her name meaning sea monster or whale. Ceres Roman mother Goddess. Her name means to grow. Ceridwen Celtic (Welsh) Goddess of inspiration. Chalchiuhticue Aztec (Mexico) Goddess of water and rivers. Her name means jade skirt. Chloe Another name of the Greek Goddess Demeter. Name means green shoot. Chloris Greek Goddess of vegetation. Her name means green. Chang Xi Chinese Goddess, who was mother of then moon, that were once populated the night sky. Chia Columbian native American Goddess, who was wife of a supreme God Bochica. Chalmecacihuilt Aztic (Mexico) chthonic underworld Goddess. Her name means chalman lady.

Chantico Aztec (Mexico) hearth Goddess. Household guardian, whose name means in the house. Charis Greek Goddess. Chaya Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Her name means shadow. Chibirias Mayan (Mexico) chthonic earth Goddess. She invented the art of weaving. Chicomecohuatl Aztec and post-classical Mesoamerican (Mexico) maize Goddess. Human sacrificed were given to her. Chiconahui Aztec and post-classical Mesoamerican (Mexico) hearth Goddess. Household guardian who personified with hearth fires. Chinnamastaka Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Her attributes are scimitar and skull, and her name means decapitated. Cihuacoatl-Quilaztli Aztec and classical Mesoamerican (Mexico) creator Goddess. Cinxia Roman Goddess of marriage. Cipactli Aztec and classical Mesoamerican (Mexico) Goddess. Her name means great earth mother. Citlalicue Aztec and classical Mesoamerican (Mexico) creator Goddess. Her name means her skirt is a star. She and her consort Citlalatonac, creator God, created stars of the night sky. Citra Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of misfortune. Her name means bright. Citrasena Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means having a bright spear. Cittavasita Buddhist Goddess. She is usually associated with color white, her attribute is a staff, and her name means control of thinking. Clementia Roman Goddess, who did protect common man against emperor´s absolute use of power. Clio Greek muse of history. Clotho One of the three Greek Fates. She was able to control the destiny of humans. Coatlicua Aztec and classical Mesoamerican (Mexico) mother Goddess, who did create mankind and the earth. Her name means the serpent-skirted Goddess, and she feeds of human corpses. She is also patron of florist. Concordia Greek Goddess of peace, her name meaning harmony, peace, and with (one) heart. Coca-Mama Native American (Peru) Goddess of coca plant. Cocidius Celtic (British) hunting Goddess. Colel Cab Mayan and classical Mesoamerican (Mexico) chthonic earth Goddess. Her name means mistress of the earth. Coventina Romano-Celtic (British) tutelary and water Goddess. Coyolxauhqui Aztec and classical Mesoamerican (Mexico) astral Goddess. Her name means golden bells. Creiddyland Welsh Goddess. Her name means in some translation heart's lust. Crobh Dearg Celtic Goddess of harvest, her name meaning red claws. Cypele Phrygian Goddess of fertility adopted by the Greeks and Romans (Kypele). In some translation her name means she of the hair.

Cunda Buddhist (eastern Bengal and Tibet) Goddess. She is usually associated with colors white and green. Cunina Roman Goddess of infants. Guardian of the cradle. Damgalnuna Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) mother Goddess. Damkina Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) Goddess. Danu Celtic (Irish) founding Goddess, and/or Hindu (Verdic) primordial Goddess. Daphne Greek oracular Goddess, who was changed into the laurel, so she could avoid sexual submission. Daya Hindu (Puranic) Goddess, whose name means compassion. Decima Roman Goddess of birth. She watches over the critical months of creation. Demeter Greek vegetation and mother Goddess. Her daughter is Persephone, who is a mistress of Hades, and can only enter the earth above for six months every year. Demeter means mother. Dena Persian (Iran) Goddess. Derceto Western Semitic (Phoenician) mother Goddess. Devaki Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Her name means divine. Devananda Jain (Indian) Goddess, whose name means delight of the Gods. Devasena Hindu (Puranic) Goddess, her name meaning heavenly host. Deverra Roman Goddess of birth. Guardian of newborn children. Devi Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess epitomizing the active female principle. Her name means the Goddess. Dhanada Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. She is usually associated with color green and some of her attributes are noose, blue lotus, book and rosary. Dhanistha Hindi (Puranic) Goddess of misfortune. Her name means very rich. Dharani Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Her name means earth. Dharmamagha Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess. She is usually associated with color blue, and her attributes are book and staff, and her name means cloud of the law. Dharmapratisamvit Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess of nature analysis. She is usually associated with color whitish-red and her attributes are noose and staff with crook. Dharmavasita Buddhist Goddess. She is usually associated with color white, and her attributes are water jar and red lotus, and her name means control of law. Dharti Mata Hindu (Puranic) mother Goddess. Dhisana Hindu (Verdic) Goddess of prosperity. Dhrti Jain (Indian) Goddess, whose name means firmness. Dhumravati Terrible Hindu (Puranic) Goddess. Dhumavati Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Her name means smoky. Dhumorna Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Her name means smoke. Dhupa Buddhist-Lamais (Tibet) mother Goddess. She is usually associated with color yellow, and her attribute is censer, and name means incense. Dhupatara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. She is usually associated with color black and her attribute is censer. Dhvajagrakeyura Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means ring on banner.

Deianeira Mortal wife of Heracles, who did cause death of her husband by accident. Dione Greek Goddess, who was one of the Titans. In some stories mother of Aphrodite. Diya Chinese Goddess, who is a female half of primal pair that created all living things. Diana Roman moon Goddess, who lives in the forest. She is a protector of animal, and her daughter is Aradia, queen of witches. Diang Shilluk (Sudan) cow Goddess. Dictynna Cretan mother Goddess. Didi Thakrun Hindu (northern India) plague Goddess, who is associated with cholera. Digambara Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess, whose name means naked. Dike Greek Goddess of justice. She is maiden whom men violently abuse, but is honored by the Gods. She reports to Zeus (her father) on misdeeds of mankind, causing divine retribution. Diksa Hindu (Epic- Puranic) Goddess. Her name means initiation. Dipa Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess of light and her name means personification of the oil-lamp. She is usually associated with color blue or red and her attribute is a lamp. Dipa Tara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Dipti Hindu (Epic) Goddess, whose name means brightness. Dirghadewi Hindu (Epic- Puranic) Goddess. Her name means long Goddess. Disa Hindu (Epic- Puranic) Goddess, whose name means the ten direction of space. Disani Karif (Afghanistan, southern Hindukush) fertility and mother Goddess. She is the most important Goddess of the Hindukush. She is also comforting Goddess of death, who brings the deceased into the House of the Great Mother. Disciplina Roman Goddess. Discordia Roman Goddess of dissent. Diti Hindu (Vedic, Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Mother of the race of demons. Divona Celtic (Gallic) fertility Goddess, who is associated with water. Djila´qons Haida native Americans (Queen Charlotte Island, Canada) sea Goddess. She controls all the creatures of the sea. Dombi Buddhist Goddess of terrifying appearance. Don Celtic (Welsh) mother Goddess. Doris Greek sea Goddess. Duillea Romano-Iberian fertility and vegetation Goddess. Durangama Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess, whose name means going far away. Durga Hindu (Puranic, Indian) vengeful warrior Goddess. She rides upon a lion or a tiger.. Durjaya Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means unconquerable. Dzivaguru Korekore (Shona, northern Zimbabwe, southern Africa) chthonic mother Goddess. She rules both heaven and earth. E Alom Mayan (Quiche- classical Mesoamerican, Guatemala highlands) primeval creator Goddess. Her name means conceiver of children. Egeria Roman fertility Goddess. She is also Goddess of oak trees, and number of springs and lakes were sacred to her.

Eileithyia Greek (previously Mycenaean) Goddess of birth. She was worshipped by women, and called upon to ease the pain and danger of childbirth. Eirene Greek Goddess of peace. Eir Norse Goddess of healing and medicine, her name meaning help, or mercy. Ekajata Buddhist (Varjayana) Goddess of good fortune. She offers happiness, removes personal obstacles and her name means she who has but one chignon. Ellaman Hindi-Dravidian (Tamil, southern India) Goddess of passage. She guards boundaries of villages and fields. Eithinoha Iroquois native American (USA) earth Goddess. Embla Nordic Goddess, who was the first woman. Erato Greek Muse of love poetry. Ereshkigal Mesopotamian Goddess, who was queen of the underworld. Estanatlehi Navajo native American (USA) Goddess, who was a source of all good things. Eumenides Group of female spirits, also known as the Furies, who punish people that have committed crime. Eve First woman in Christian mythology. Her name means life. Eos Hellenizel Indo-European Goddess. She is a spirit of dawn, and sister of Helios (God of the sun) and Selene (Goddess of the moon). Eostre Anglo-Saxon fertility Goddess of spring. Easter is named after her. Epona Celtic (Gallic) horse and fertility Goddess. Her name means mare, and she is also Goddess of dreams. Ereskigal Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian, Iraq) Chthonic underworld Goddess. She is a queen of the underworld and her name means the great below. Enyo Greek Goddess of war and depicted being covered in blood and carrying weapons. Her name means horror. Euphene Greek Goddess of good omen, praise, and shouts of triumph. Her name means well-spoken. Eurybia Greek Goddess of the seas, her name meaning wide violent force. Erinys Greek chthonic Goddess of wrath. Eris Greek Goddess of dissent or strife and she is a consort or sister of Ares (God of War). She was mad because she wasn´t invited at the wedding of Peleus and Thesis, so she threw down in front of the other Goddesses a golden apple, and a note that said ”To the fairest”. That apple was a original cause of Trojan war. Eriu Celtic (Irish) fertility Goddess. One aspect of Morrigan. She is also a warrior Goddess. Estsanatlehi Navaho native Americans (New Mexico and Arizona) fertility Goddess, whose name means woman that changes. Eunomia Greek Goddess of order. Eurynome Greek Goddess of sea. Fauna Roman vegetation Goddess, who also guards woods and plants with her consort (vegetation God).

Felicitas Roman Goddess of good luck, her name meaning fortune or good luck. In some stories she is a male. Fjorgyn Nordic (Icelandic) Goddess of fertility. Flaitheas Celtic (Irish) tutelary Goddess. Flora Roman Goddess of flowers. Fortuna Roman Goddess of good fortune. She was very popular, and many temples were build in her honor. Feng Bo Chinese Goddess of the winds. Feronia Roman Goddess. Februa Roman Goddess of the passion of love and month February is named after her and 14 February (now known as St. Valentines day) was her festival. She is also known as Juno Februa. Frida German Goddess of fertility and giving birth. Friday is believed to be named after her. Freyja Nordic and Germanic fertility and vegetation Goddess. She is also Goddess of love and her twin brother is Freyr (fertility God). Frigg Nordic and Germanic mother Goddess. Fulla Germanic Goddess. Fuamnach Irish Goddess who turns Étaín into a pool of water, then a worm, and finally a beautiful butterfly. Gabija Lithuanian fire Goddess. Gabjauja Lithuanian corn Goddess. Gaia She is a primordial essence of earth and her name means earth. Ganapatihrdaya Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Gandha Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess. She is usually associated with color green, and her name means odour. Gandhari Jain (Indian) Goddess of learning. Gandha Tara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. She is usually associated with color red. Ganga Hindu (Puranic) river Goddess, who is a guardian of river Ganges. Gangir Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess. Garmangabis South Germanic tutelary Goddess. Gatumdug Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) fertility Goddess. Gauri Hindu (Vendic and Puranic) Goddess. Also Buddhist Goddess and Jain (Indian) messenger Goddess. Her name means whitish brilliant. Gefjon Germanic and Nordic Goddess of agriculture. Gestin-Ana Mesopotamia (Sumerian) chthonic Goddess. Ghasmari Buddhist Goddess of terrifying appearance, whose name means voracious. Giltine Lithuanian Goddess of death. She enters the house of dying wearing a white gown, and suffocates them. Gita Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) mother Goddess.She is usually associated with color red and her attributes are Indian gong and lute. Glati Fon (Benin, West Africa) moon Goddess.

Gerd Nordic (Scandinavian) Goddess. Gorgons Group of three Greek female monsters. Gudrun Scandinavian Goddess. Guan Yin Chinese Goddess of mercy. Guenever In Welsh tales, she was a daughter of a giants, and a minor Goddess herself. Later she did became wife of King Arthur and mistress of knight Lancelot. Also known as Gwenhwyfar and Guinevere. Grahamatrka Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose attributes are arrow, bow, lotus and staff and her name means demon mother. Gratiae Roman Goddess of arts. Grdhrasya Buddhist Goddess. Her name means face of vulture. Grismadevi Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) seasonal Goddess. She is usually associated with color red, and her attributes are ax and cup, and her name means Goddess of summer. Gula Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) Goddess of healing. Her name means great one. Gulsilia Mata Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Ganabibi Australian aboriginal creator Goddess. Hakea Polynesian, Hawaii, Goddess of the underworld. Hala Kassite (Iraq) Goddess of healing. Hamavehae Romano-Celtic (Rhineland) mother Goddess. Hammu Mata Hindu mother Goddess, who is worshipped by the Bhils. Hani-Yasu-Hime Shinto (Japan) Goddess of potters. Hannahannas Hittle and Hurrian mother Goddess. Described as a great mother. Hara Ke Songhai (Niger, West Africa) Goddess of sweet water. She is believed to live under river Niger with two dragons, Godi and Goru. Hariti Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess mother Goddess, who is a patron of children. In Buddhist religion, she is a Goddess of plague, especially smallpox. In some text referred as a fertility Goddess. Her name means green or stealing. Harmonia Greco-Roman Goddess of joining. Daughter of Ares/Mars (God of war) and Aphrodite/Venus (Goddess of love). She bring harmony to life. Also called Hermione. Harpina Greek river Goddess. Harsa Hindu Goddess, whose name means desire. Hasta Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Her name means a hand. Hastsebaad Navaho native American (New Mexico and Arizona) chief of Goddesses. She is involved in rites of exorcism. Hastseoltoi Navaho native American (New Mexico and Arizona) Goddess of hunting. Hathor Egyptian mother Goddess and Goddess of love. She is a cow Goddess with strong sky association, and she is often descripted as a mother of all pharaohs. Hatmahyt Egyptian Goddess of fertility and guardian of fish and fisherman. Her name means she who leads the fishes. Hatthi Hindu plague (especially cholera) Goddess. Hauhet Egyptian primordial Goddess.

Haumea Hawaiian mother Goddess. She created fruit trees and fish. Hayasya Buddhist Goddess of horses. Het-Heru Egyptian cow-headed Goddess of love. Hemera Greek Goddess of day, her name meaning a day. Hebat Hittle and Hurrian (Anatolia) patron and mother Goddess. Hebe Greek Goddess of youth. Daughter of Zeus and Hera. She became wife of Heracles, when he joined Gods in Olympus. Heng-O Chinese Goddess of the moon, who is also mother of the moon. Hekate Greek Goddess of moon, pathways and crossroads. Her daughter is Kirke, a witch who enchanted Odysseus, and his crew. She is a patron of witches. Heket Egyptian frog Goddess of birth. Hel Germanic and Nordic chthonic underworld Goddess. She is a queen of underworld, who command all who die, except heroes slain in battles, who ascend to Valhalla. She is also known in British mythology. Helen Greek Goddess of troy. Sometimes seen as a mortal woman, and sometimes as immortal woman. Hemantadewi Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess of winter.She is usually associated with color blue, and her attributes are cup and hammer. Hera Greek Goddess. Wife of Zeus, the king of Gods, and is often described as a jealous and malicious character. Heret-Kau Egyptian (Lower) Goddess of underworld. Hermaphroditos Greek Goddess or God (descripted sometimes as a man and sometimes a a woman). She was a lover of water nymph Salmakis, and their love for one another was so great that they did merged into single being. Hesat Egyptian cow Goddess of birth. Protector of pregnant and nursing mothers. Hestia Greek Goddess of house, fire and heart. Vesta in Rome. Hetepes-Sekhus Egyptian chthonic underworld Goddess. Hi´aika Hawaiian Goddess of dance, especially of the hula dance. Hina Polynesian (Tahiti) moon Goddess. Hina-Uri Polynesian moon Goddess, also identified with fertility. Hine-Ahu-One Polynesian (also Maori) chthonic Goddess. Her name means maiden formed of the earth. Hine-Ata-Uira Polynasian (also Maori) Goddess of light, whose name means daughter of the sparkling dawn. She did not remain sky Goddess for long, and later became HineNui-Te-Po. Hine-Nui-Te-Po Polynasian (also Maori) chthonic underworld Goddess, who was earlier Hine-Ata-Uira, sky Goddess, but later became queen of the underworld. Her eyes are color of jade, hair of seaweed, and her teeth are sharp. Her name means great woman of the night. Hinglaj(-Mata) Hindu mother Goddess. Hlothyn Nordic Goddess. Another name for Fjorgynn. Hotr(a) Hindu (Vedic) Goddess of sacrifices.

Hours Egyptian Goddess of underworld. Hsi Wang Mu Taois (Chinese) Goddess of longevity, whose name means queen of western heaven. She is a ruler of the west, and is associated with autumn, season of old age. Her sacred animal is crane. Huixtocihuatl Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of salt-makers. She was also involved with rain, agriculture and fertility. Huitaca Columbia native American Goddess, who is connected with debauchery. Hygieia Greek Goddess of health. Icauna Celtic (Continental European) river Goddess, guardian of river Yonna (Brittany). Iccovellauna Celtic (Continental European) water Goddess. Idunn(r) Nordic Goddess of spring, She is a keeper of golden apples of immortality and eternal youth. Other Gods and people did often try to kidnap her, and take the apples. Her name means to love. Ila Hindu (Vedic) Goddess of sacrifices. Ilmatar Finnish Goddess of the air, whose name means air. Her male form is Ilmarinen. Immap Ukua Eskimo (eastern Greenland) sea Goddess. Mother of all the creatures of the sea. Inana Mesopotamian (Sumerian, Iraq) Goddess of fertility and war. Her name means queen of heaven. Inara Hittle and Hurrian Goddess. Inari Shinto (Japan) Goddess of foodstuffs. Her name means rice-grower. Sometimes seen as a male. Inazuma Shinto (Japan) Goddess of lightning. Indrani Hindu (Vedic and Puranic) Goddess of wrath. Her attributes are hook, rosary and water jar. Indukari Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Inmar Votyak (Finno-Ugric) sky Goddess. Intercidona Roman Goddess of birth, who keeps evil spirits away from the newborn child. Iord Nordic earth Goddess. Ipy Egyptian mother Goddess. Irdlirvirissong Eskimo demon Goddess, who is related to the moon. Iris Greek and Roman messenger Goddess, whose name means rainbow. She is a attendant of the Goddess Hera, and forms rainbow road between heaven and earth. Isa Songhai (Niger, West Africa) River Goddess. Isara Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) and western Semitic Goddess of marriage and childbirth. Her symbol is a scorpion. Ishi-Kori-Dome Shinto (Japan) Goddess of stone cutters. Sometimes seen as a male. Isis Egyptian mother Goddess. In Greco-Roman culture she was called Stella Maris (star of the sea). She rescued Osiris from the underworld, and Horus is their child. Issaki Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess.

Istar Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian, Iraq) Goddess of fertility and war. Her name means star of heaven. In Egypt she was also Goddess of healing. Itzcuintli Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of hearths, and guardian of homes. Itzpapalotl Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) mother Goddess of fire. Her name means obsidian butterfly. Itzpapalotl-Itzcueye Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) mother Goddess. Her name means possessor of obsidian skirt. Iinones Greco-Roman Goddess of femininity. Iusaas Egyptian (lower) creator Goddess. Iuturna Roman Goddess of springs and wells, whose name means to help. Called upon in a times of drought. Ix Chebel Yax Mayan (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) mother Goddess. Also Goddess of weaving and guardian of weavers. Ix Chel Mayan (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) moon Goddess, whose name means rainbow lady. Also Goddess of childbirth, medicine and rainbows. Ix Kanan Mayan (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) vegetation Goddess, and guardian on bean plants. Ix Zacal Nok Mayan (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) creator Goddess, whose name means lady cloth-weawer. Ix Ch´up Mayan Goddess of the moon. Ixnextli Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of weavers, whose name means eye-lashes. Ixtab Mayan (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) tutelary Goddess of suicide victims. She takes all those who have committed suicide straight to heaven. Izanami-No-Kami Shinto (Japan) creator Goddess, whose name means her augustness the one who invites Janguli Buddhist (Mahayana) snake Goddess, who prevents and heals snake bites. Her attributes are arrow, blue lotus, bow, lute and snake, and she is usually associated with color green, white or yellow. Jayatara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Jaya-Vijaya Hindu (Eipc and Puranic) twin Goddesses, whose name means victorious. Jnanadikini Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means knowledge. She is usually associated with color blue, and her attributes are ax, bell, cup, staff and sword. Jnanavasita Buddhist Goddess, whose name means control of knowledge. She is usually associated with color whitish blue, and her attributes are sword and blue lotus. Jugumishanta Papua New Guinea´s Eastern Highlands region Goddess, who is a mother and creator of earth and all living things in it. Juno Roman Goddess, who is a queen of heaven. She is also Goddess of marriage, and her name means vital force. Juventas Roman Goddess of youth.

Jyestha Hindu (Puranic and earlier) Goddess of misfortune. Some of her attributes are arrow, blue lotus, cup and a staff. Ka´cak Asiatic Eskimo (eastern Siberia) Goddess of sea, who owns all sea creatures. She feeds on drowned fisherman. Kades Canaanite fertility Goddess. Kadru Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess, who is a mother of Nagas, snake demons. Her name means russet. Kaikara Bunyoro (Uganda, East Africa) Goddess of harvest. Kakasya Buddhist Goddess, whose name means crow faced. Kala-Bhadra Hindu (Puranic) Goddess of death. She guards the road that dead take to underworld. Kaladuti Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means messenger of death. She is usually associated with color red and her attributes are cup and a hammer. Kalavikarnika Hindu (Puranic) fewer Goddess. Kali Hindu (Puranic, Indian) Goddess of destruction. She slaughters demons and takes good care of those that follow her. Also Jain Goddess of learning. Kalika Buddhist (Mahayana) and Hindu (Puranic) Goddess, whose name means black. Kalligeneia Greek obscure birth Goddess. Kaltesh Ugric (western Siberian) fertility Goddess, who was concerned with childbirth and the future life of an infant. Her sacred animals are the hare and the goose. Kamaksi Dravidian (Tamil, southern India and Sri Lanka) Goddess. Her name means of amorous appearance. Kamala Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess, whose name means lotus-born. In Finnish Kamala means terrible. Kamini Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Her name means loving woman. Kamrusepa Hittle and Hurrian Goddess of healing. Kana-Yama-Hime-No-Kami Shinto (Japan) Goddess of miners. Kankar Mata Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. In Bengal known as a Goddess who spreads diseases. Kanti Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess, whose name means desire. Kapalini Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Her name means carrying a cup. Karaikkal Ammaiyar Hindu (southern Indian) mother Goddess. Karini Buddhist (Mahayana) inferior Goddess. Karmavasita Buddhist Goddess, whose name means control of karman. She is usually associated with color green and her attribute is staff. Karta Latvian Goddess of destiny. Karttiki Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Katyayani Hindu (Puranic) form of the Goddess Durga or Parvati. Kauket Egyptian primordial Goddess. Kaumari Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Her sacred animal is peacock, and attributes are arrow, ax, bell, book, bow, lotus and spear. Kaumudi Hindu Goddess of the moonlight.

Keto Greek Goddess of the dangers of the sea. In finish Keto means a field. Kebechet Egyptian chthonic snake Goddess. She was responsible of libations. Kesini Buddhist Goddess, whose name means hairy. Khasa Hindu (Vedic) Goddess, who controls the spirits of the forests. Her name means itch. Khen-Ma Buddhist (Tibet) Goddess, who controls earths demons. Khon-Ma Tibetan chthonic Goddess, who rules the demons on earth and who infest houses. Ram´s skull was hung from the door post to guard from her influence. Khuba Armenian Goddess, who is a wife of supmere God Teisheba. Kilya Incan (Peru) Goddess of the moon and matrimony. Kishijoten Shinto (Japan) Goddess of good fortune. Ki Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess, whose name means the great one. Some authorities see her as cosmic being, not as Goddess. Kirti Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess, whose name means glory. Kisar Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) primordial Goddess. Sometimes seen as a male. Klotho Greek Goddess of spinning. Kollapura-Mahalaksmi Hindu (Puranic) Goddess, whose attributes are cup, shield and wine class. Kono-Hana-Sakuya-Hime-No-Kami Shinto (Japan) Mountain Goddess. She guards the mountain Fuji, and sometimes seen also as guardian of mountain Asama. Kore Youthful Greek Goddess of corn. Also another name for Goddess Persephone. In Syrio-Palestine Kore was the only deity worshipped, apart from emperor, who was also seen as a God. Her name means the girl. Korravai Dravidian (Tamal, southern Indian and Sri Lanka) war Goddess. Kotisri Buddhist mother Goddess. Kourotrophos Greek obscure wet-nurse Goddess. Krsodari Hindu Goddess, whose name means thin-waisted. Her attributes are club, iron rod, skull and trident, and she is seen to stand upon a corpse. Krttika Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Ksama Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Her attribute is trident and her name means patience. Kshumai Kafir (Afghanistan) Goddess of fertility. Seen in a form of a goat. She did gave mankind boon of goats, grapes, other fruits and vegetation's, and was called upon in a time of sickness. Ksitigarbha Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means womb of the earth. Kuan Yin Taoist (Chinese) guardian Goddess, who is called upon in a time of danger, and who newly married couples pray for children. Her name mean hearer of cries. Before she became a Goddess, she was a princess who committed suicide by strangling herself. Kubaba Anatolian and northern Syrian mother Goddess. Kubjika Hindu Goddess of writing, whose name means humpback. Kubuddhi Hindu Goddess, whose name means stupid. Kuladevi Hindu Goddess.

Kulisankusa Jain (Indian) Goddess of learning, Her name means having a ax and a goad. Kulisesvari Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means lady of the axe. She is usually associated with color white and her attribute is a staff. Kumari Hindu Goddess, whose name means a virgin. Kundalini Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) mother Goddess, who is a mother of all vegetation deities. Kurukulla Hindu Goddess of boats and wine. Also Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Kunapipi Australian aboriginal Goddess of fertility. Kwannon Shinto (Japan) Goddess of mercy. Kybele Phrygian (northwestern Turkey) mother Goddess. One of the most important Asian Mother Goddesses. Laverna Roman Goddess of illegally-obtained money, the patroness of charlatans, con men and thieves. Sometimes seen as a Goddess of underworld Lachesis Greek Goddess of lot-casting. One of the three Greek Fates. She was able to control the destiny of humans. Laghusyamala Hindu (Puranic) Goddess, whose name means lightly dark one. Her attributes are lute and a wine class. Laima Latvian Goddess of fate, and fortune. Also guardian of women at childbirth and with new born. Her name means luck. Laka Polynesian (Hawaiian) Goddess of dancing. Laksmi Hindu (Indian) Goddess fortune and wisdom. Also consort of Vishnu, the creator God, who she is always faithful to. Lamaria Svan (Caucasus) tutelary Goddess. Also heart Goddess and protector of cows. Larunda Sabine chthonic Goddess. Early Italic earth mother. Lasya Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) mother Goddess, whose name means dancing girl. She is usually associated with color white and her attribute is a mirror. Lauka Mate Latvian Goddess of agriculture. Laverna Italic chthonic underworld Goddess. Lelwani Hittle and Hurrian chthonic underworld Goddess, associated with charnel houses. Leto Greek mother Goddess. She is guardian graves, and often protected Artemis (virgin Goddess of animals and hunting) and her twin-brother Apollo (God of hunting and healing) from her stepmother Hera (Queen of Gods and wife of Zeus, the King of the Gods). She was the mother of Apollo and Artemis. Leukothea Greco-Roman sea Goddess, who looks like a mermaid. Before becoming a Goddess she was mortal woman named Ino, who drowned her self and her son. Lha-Mo Buddhist-Lamais (Tibet) Goddess. Libera Italic chthonic Goddess, whose father was Liber (fertility God) and mother Ceres (mother Goddess). Libertas Roman Goddess of freedom and liberty. Libitina Roman chthonic Goddess of death, corpses and funerals.

Lilith Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess of desolation. In Christian mythology she said to be first wife of Adam, who escaped from Eden to the desert and became the mother of all demons. Liluri Western Semitic (Syrian) mountain Goddess. Her sacred animal is bull. Locana Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means the eye. She is usually associated with colors white and blue, and her attributes are cup and lotus. Lomo Ngbandi (Zaire, central Africa) Goddess of peace, who invokes sunrise everyday with seven other deities. Lucina Roman Goddess of birth, who brings child into the light. Luna Roman moon Goddess. Lunang Kafir (Afghanistan-Hindukush) river Goddess, who also rules over the water mills. Luonnotar Finnish Goddess, who created world. Ma Cappadocian (Anatolia, Turkey) fertility and vegetation Goddess. Priestesses became prostitutes to honor her. Later she was also seen as warrior Goddess. Maat Egyptian Goddess of cosmic order. Macha Celtic (Irish) fertility Goddess, who have red hair. One aspect of Morrigan. Maeve Celtic (Irish) mother Goddess. Mafdet Egyptian Goddess, who guards against snakes and scorpions. Magha Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Mahacinatar Buddhist (Mahayana) and Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess, whose attributes are arrow, ax, blue lotus, cup, knife and skull. Mahakali Jain (Indian) Goddess of learning. Mahamanasika Jain (Indian) Goddess of learning, whose name means great-minded. Mahamataras Group of Hindu Goddesses Mahamayuri Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means great daughter of the peacock. Mahapratisara Buddhist guardian Goddess, whose name means great protector. Mahapratyangina Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Her name means great Goddess whose speech is directed westwards. Maharksa Group of Buddhist guardian Goddesses. Name means the great protectors Maharatri Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess, whose name means the great night. Mahasahaspramardani Buddhist Goddess. She is usually associated with color white, and her attributes are noose, prayer wheel and sword, and her name means the thousand fold destroyer. Maha-Sarasvati Hindu (Puranic) Goddess, whose attributes are book, hook, lute and rosary and Buddhist Goddess, who is usually associated with color white and whose attributes are garland of pearls and white lotus. Mahasitavati Buddhist guardian Goddess, whose name means great cold one. She is usually associated with colors red, yellow and green, and her some of her attributes are arrow, ax, banner, book, bow, sword, and trident.

Mahasri-Tars Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Her name means of great beauty and she is usually associated with color green. Mahavidya Group of Buddhist Goddesses, who have great knowledge. Mahayasa Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means most glorious. Mahesvari Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Some of her attributes are ax, arrow and trident. Mahi Hindu (Vedic) Goddess of sacrifice. Mahisasuramardini Form of Hindu (Puranic) Goddess Devi. She have twelve arm that holds weapons, and she is riding a lion. Mahodadhi Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means the great ocean. Maia Greco-Roman earth Goddess. Her name is said to be origin of the name of month May. Mala Buddhist-Lamais (Tibet) mother Goddess, whose name means garland. Malhal Mata Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. She is known as bringer of diseases. Mama Qoca Inca (South America, Peru etc.) Goddess of the ocean, whose name means mother sea. Mamaki Buddhist Goddess, whose name means greedy. Mam-Kiya Inca (South America, Peru etc.) Goddess of the moon, whose name means mother moon. Mami Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) mother Goddess. She was involved in creation on mankind. Mamity Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) Goddess of oaths and treaties. Mab Celtic Goddess, who is a midwife of the fairies. She gave people dreams. Mader-Akka Lapps Goddess, whois a female part of primordial couple that created everything. Mahamaya Mother of Buddha, who died shortly after having him. Makosh Slovenian Goddess of water and fertility. Matrona Celtic Goddess. Mati-Syra-Zemlya Russian earth Goddess, who controls over forces of nature, and makes evil powers stay away. She was also Goddess of justice and prophecy. Mamlambo Zulu (Natal, South Africa) river Goddess, who controls all the rivers in Natal. Also protector of beer-makers. Masana Hindu snake Goddess. Manasi Jain (Indian) Goddess of learning. Her name means spiritual. Manat Arabian Goddess, whose name means fate. Manavi Jain (Indian) Goddess of learning. Manawat Western Semitic (Nabataean) Goddess of destiny. Mangala Form of Hindu Goddess Parvati. Marama Polynesian (Maori) Goddess of moon.

Mari Basque (Pyrenean region) supreme mother Goddess. She is Goddess both sky and earth. Also Dravian (Tamil, southern Indian) mother Goddess. Her name means both killing and queen. Mari Mai Hindu Goddess of plague, whose name means mother death. Marici Buddhist (Mahayana) astral Goddess. Her name means shining. Mariyamman Dravian (Tamil, southern Indian) Goddess of plague, whose name means mother of smallpox. Mata Hindu primeval mother Goddess, whose name means great mother. Matara Hindu mother Goddess. Mater Matula Italic sky Goddess. She is also concerned with childbirth and mariners. Matlalcueye Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) fertility Goddess. She is also associated with water, and her name means her skirt is blue. Matres Romano-Celtic triad of mother Goddesses. They were worshipped to protect against disease and famine. Sometimes in art they are shown both as young and old, as they represent different ages of womanhood. Mawu Fon (Benin, West Africa) moon Goddess. She is a sister of sun God Lisa, and is also associated with fertility and motherhood. Maya(devi) Buddhist mother Goddess. Mayahuel Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) fertility Goddess. Mayajalakrama-Kurukulla Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means one who proceeds in the net of illusion. Ma-zu Chinese Goddess of sea and guardian of fisherman. Mbonbe Nkundo (Zaire, central Africa) mother Goddess. Madeine Latvian woodland Goddess. Her name means of the tree. Medha Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means wisdom. Meditrina Roman Goddess of healing. Mehet-Weret Egyptian cow Goddess, who is associated with creation. Mellonia Roman Goddess of bees. Mena Hindu Goddess of mountains. Meretseger Egyptian chthonic Goddess, also associated with underworld. Meter Greek mother Goddess. Seen as the great mother of all the Gods. Metsaka Huichol native American (Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of moon, who was also known as grandmother moon. Medb Celtic Goddess. Medea Greek Goddess, who is very skilled in magic and protector of witches. Medusa Leader of the three Greek monsters, the Gorgons. She turns everybody who looks at her to stone. Megara First wife of Greek hero and half-god Heracles, who killed their children in a fit of madness, that were caused by Goddess Hera. Meshkent Egyptian Goddess of childbirth and funeral rituals. Metis Greek Goddess of wisdom, who is one of the Titans and first wife of Zeus. Mhalsa Hindu Goddess.

Micapetlacoli Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) chthonic underworld Goddess. Mielikki Finnish Goddess of forests and healing, whose symbol is the unicorn. The name was derived from the finish word mieli which means mind. Minaksi Hindu Goddess of fishes. Her name means fish eyed. Minera Roman Goddess of war. She is guardian of Rome, and also Goddess wisdom, arts and crafts and peace. Mizu-Ha-No-Me Shinto (Japan) Goddess of water. Mmemosyne Greek Goddess of memory. Nine Muses of Helicon are her daughters. Modron Celtic (Welsh) mother Goddess, whose name means great mother. Mokos Slavonic European Goddess of fertility and water. Also Goddess of midwifery. Moneta Roman Goddess of prosperity. Mor Celtic (Irish) goddess of the sun. Morrigan Celtic (Irish) Goddess of war, fertility and vegetation, who has many aspects, both generative and destructive. Sometimes she is also seen as the Goddess of horses. Morana Slavic Goddess of death and winter, her name meaning death. Morta Roman Goddess of death. She is one of the trio of Goddesses of fate, the Parceas, with Decima and Nona, Goddesses of birth. Moombi Kikuyu (Kenya, Africa) mother Goddess. Morgan Le Fay Celtic Goddess, who is a queen of the mystic land of Avalon and a great enchantress. She took King Arthur, her brother, there after last battle to heal. Mrgasiras Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess fortune, whose name means head of a gazelle. Mujaji Lovedu (South Africa) Goddess of rain. Human sacrifices were also given to her to bring rain. Mula Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Mulindwa Bunyoro (Uganda, East Africa) Goddess, who protects tribal chiefs and their families. Mulliltu Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) Goddess. Muraja Buddhist Goddess of music, whose attribute is a tambourine. Muso Koroni Bambara (Mali, West Africa) Chthonic fertility Goddess. She is mother to all living thighs and did teach humans farming. She gives girls their menstruation, and wants that both sexes are being circumcised in their youth. Mut Egyptian patron Goddess of Thebes. She is seen as the divine mother of Theban kings. Mudungkala Australian aboriginal mother Goddess. Myesyats Slavonic Goddess of the moon, and consort of Dazhbog, God of the sun. Stars are their children. Mattalamman Dravian (Tamil, southern India) Goddess of plague, especially smallpox. Her name means pearl-mother. Mylitta Greek Goddess. Myrrha Western Semitic (Phoenician) fertility Goddess. Nagini Jain (Indian) Goddess.

Nairamata Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means no soul. She stand upon a corpse, she is usually associated with color black and her attributes are arrow, club, cup and knife. Nambi Buganda (Africa) Goddess, who is a daughter of king of heaven, and a first human woman. Nana-Buluku Benin (West Africa) Goddess of creation. Nammu Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylionia-Akkadian) Goddess of birth and watery deeps. Nantar Mesopotamian (Sumerian) messenger Goddess, whose name means fate. Sometimes seen as a male. Nana Armenian mother Goddess. Nanaja Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) Goddess of fertility and war. Nanna Nordic vegetation Goddess. Nanse Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess of justice and dreams. Nantosuelta Celtic (Gallic) Goddess of water, whose name means winding river. She is also domestic guardian deity, linked with ravens and underworld. Nappinnai Hindu-Dravian (Tamil) Goddess. Naradatta Jain (Indian) Goddess of learning. Narasinhi Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Narisah Manichaean Goddess of light, also called virgin of the light. Naunet Egyptian primordial Goddess. Nebethetpet Egyptian primordial Goddess. Negun Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess. Nephele Greek Goddess of the clouds and mother of the centaurs. Nehalennia Romano-Celtic Goddess of sea farmers Neith Egyptian creator Goddess, who is also mother of Egyptian rulers. Nekhbet Egyptian (Upper) mother Goddess. Nekmet Awai Egyptian Goddess of justice. Nemesis Greco-Roman Goddess of justice and revenge. With the Furies, she transports souls of the damned to Tartarus. In some texts it said that Zeus raped her, and she gaved birth Helen, the Trojan queen. Nemetona Romano-Celtic Goddess of sacred groves. Nephthys Egyptian funerary Goddess. She guides dead Egyptian rulers through dark under world. Nerrivik Eskimo Goddess of sea, and mother of all sea creatures. Nerthus Danish Goddess of fertility and peace. Nina Babylonian Goddess of the watery deep, her name meaning enclosure of fish. Nike Greco-Roman Goddess of victory. Nikkal Western Semitic (Syrian) Goddess of moon. Nin Ezen (La) Sumerian Goddess of healing. Nin Mar Ki Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Nin Mar Ki Mesopotamian (Sumerian) mother Goddess.

Nin Me En Mesopotamian (Sumerian) mother Goddess. Ningal Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) reed Goddess, whose name means great queen. Ningikuga Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) Goddess of reeds and marshes. Her name means lady of the pure reed. Ninhursaga Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) mother Goddess. Her name means queens of the mountains, and she is also Goddess of fertility and midwifery. Nin-Imma Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) fertility Goddess. Nin´insinna Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) fertility Goddess. Ninkurra Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) mother Goddess. Ninlil Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess of the air and of grain. Ninmah Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) mother Goddess. Ninmena Mesopotamian (Sumerian) mother Goddess, whose name means lady of the crown. Ninni Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess. Nin-sar Mesopotamian (Sumerian) mother Goddess. Ninsikil Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess of mythical paradise land of Dilmun. Ninsubur Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) messenger Goddess, who is sometimes seen as a male. Ninsun(a) Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) cow Goddess, whose name means lady wild cow. Nintinugga Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess. Nintu Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) mother Goddess. Nirmali Kafir (Afghanistan) Goddess of birth. Nirrti Hindu (Vedic and Puranic) destructive Goddess of darkness, whose name means destruction. She is associated with pain, misfortune and death, and is much feared by many Hindus. Niruktipratisamvit Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess of etymological analysis. She is usually associated with color and her attributes are chain and lotus. Nissaba Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess of writing, wisdom and vegetation. Nispannatara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Nona Roman Goddess of birth. Nokomis Algonquin native American (USA) mother Goddess. Nortia Etruscan Goddess of fate. Nrtya Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) mother Goddess, whose name means dance. Nsonso Bangala (Zaire, central Africa) Goddess of moon. Nu Kua Chinese creator Goddess. Nunbarsegunu Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) obscure mother Goddess. Nut Egyptian creator Goddess. Nyakaya Shilluk (Sudan) crocodile Goddess. Nyavirezi Rwanda (central Africa) lion Goddess.

Nyx Greek Goddess of night, whose sons are Hypnos, God of sleep, and Thanatos, God of death. Oduduwa Yoruba (Nigerian, West Africa) creator Goddess. Also Goddess of war. Ogma Irish mother Goddess. Ola Bibi Hindu plague Goddess, especially cholera. Onuava Celtic (Gallic) Goddess of fertility. Ops Greco-Roman Goddess of harness. She is also associated with proper growth of seeds. Olokun Yuruba (Nigeria, West Africa) Goddess of the sea, also called owner of the sea. Onatha Iroquois native American (USA) Goddess, who was abducted to underworld by evil spirits, but was later rescued. Oshun Brazilian African-American Goddess of fountains, love and wealth. Ortia Spartan mother Goddess. Ostara Germanic sun Goddess She is celebrated on vernal equinox (also called Ostara), second festival of natural year. Ostaraki Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means covering. Osun Yoruba (Nigerian, West Africa) river Goddess. She is guardian of river Osun and also Goddess of healing. Oya Yoruba (Nigerian, West Africa) Goddess of rivers, storms and thunder. Guardian of the river Niger. Papa Maori Goddess, who is mother to all of the Gods. Her name means earth. Paca-Mama Inca (Peru, South America) chthonic earth Goddess. Her name means earth mother. Padma Hindu Goddess, whose name means lotus. Padmatara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Pakhet Egyptian Goddess of hunting. Pales Roman pastoral Goddess, also guardian of flocks and herds. Pallas Athene Greek Goddess, also known as Athena. Panceraksa Group of Buddhist spell Goddesses. Pansai Mata Hindu mother Goddess, who is said to inflict sickness on children under age of seven. Papatuanuku Polynesian (including Maori) chthonic mother Goddess. Parcea Greco-Roman Goddess of fate. Parendi Hindu (Vedic) Goddess of prosperity. Pariskaravasita Buddhist Goddess, whose name means control of purification. She is usually associated with color yellow and her attribute is jeweled staff. Parna-Savari Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means dressed in leaves. She is usually associated with colors yellow and green and her attributes are arrow, ax, flower, noose and staff. Partula Roman Goddess of birth. Parvati Hindu (Epic and Puranic, India) mother Goddess. She is also Goddess of fertility and her name means daughter of the mountains. Her son is Ganesha, God of wisdom.

Patadharini Buddhist Goddess of passage, who watches over curtains and doorways. Her name means bearing a cloth, she is usually associated with color blue, and her attribute is curtain. Pattinidevi Hindu (Singhalese, Sri Lanka) mother Goddess, whose name means queen of Goddesses. She also guards against diseases. Pax Roman Goddess of peace, and her name means peace. Pandora In Greek mythology, first woman who is responsible of all misfortunes of mankind. Phoebe Greek Goddess, who is one of the Titans. Peitho Greek Goddess of persuasion. Pele Polynesian (Hawaiian) Goddess of volcanoes. Perse Greek chthonic underworld Goddess. Persephone Greek Goddess, who Hades, God of the underworld, abducts to the underworld to be with him. She is queen of the underworld and chthonic death Goddess. Phul Mata Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess, who gives sickness to children. Pidray Canaanite and Phoenician fertility Goddess. Pinikirz Elamite (Iran) mother Goddess. Pistis Primordial female force, who ruled before cosmos was created. Pistis means faith. Poleramma Telegu (India) Goddess of plague, especially smallpox. Poluknalai Kafir (Afghanistan) Goddess of animals. Pomona Roman Goddess of orchards, gardens and fruit trees. Potina Roman Goddess, who gives infants ability to drink. Prabhakari Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess, whose name means light-maker. She is usually associated with color red and her attribute is a staff. Pracanda Form of Hindu Goddess Durga. Paranda means furious. Pradhana Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Her name means most important. Pradipatara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess of light. Prajna Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means wisdom. Prajnaparamita Buddhist Goddess, who is associated with color white and her attributes are book, cup, knife and red lotus. Prajnapti Jain (Indian) Goddess of learning. Her name means teaching. Pramudita Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess. Her name means delighted, she is usually associated with color red and her attributes are jewel and staff. Pranasakti Hindu Goddess, who rules centers of physical life. Her attribute is cup filled with blood. Pranidhanavasita Buddhist Goddess, whose name means control of abstract contemplation. Prasannatara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. She is usually associated with color yellow. Prasuti Hindu Goddess. Pratibhanapratisamvit Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess of context analysis. Pratisamvit Group of four Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddesses of logical analysis.

Pratyangira Terrifying Hindu Goddess. Her name means whose speech is directed westward. Prende Albanian Goddess of love. Priti Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess, whose name means pleasure. Priyadarsana Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means pleasant to the eye. Proserpina Roman Goddess of death and queen of the underworld. Providentia Roman Goddess of forethought. Proxumae Group of Romano-Celtic guardian Goddesses. Prsni Hindu (Vedic) primordial earth Goddess. Prthivi Hindu (Vedic, India) mother Goddess of earth. Pudicita Roman Goddess of chastity. Pukkasi Buddhist (Vajrayana) and Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess of terrifying appearance. Punarvasu Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Punitavati Hindu Goddess, whose name means purified. Puranai Dravian (Tamil, southern India) Goddess, whose name means fullness. Purandhi Hindu (Vedic) Goddess of prosperity. Purvabhadrapada Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Purvaphalguni Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Purvasadha Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Puspa Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) mother Goddess, whose name means flower. Puspatara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Pusti Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fertility. Pusya Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Puta Roman Goddess of agriculture. Qamai´ts Bella Coola native American (British Columbia, Canada) creator Goddess. She was never prayed to. Quades Western Semitic and Syria Goddess of fertility, and sexuality. Quinoa-Mama Pre-Columbian native American (Peru) Goddess of the quinoa crop. Radha Hindu (Epic and Puranic, India) Goddess of emotional love. Rajamatangi Hindu Goddess, whose attributes are blue lotus, moon, lute and parrot. Raka Hindu (Vedic) Goddess of prosperity. Ran Nordic storm Goddess. Rati Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of sexual desire. Ratnolka Buddhist Goddess of light and deification of literature. Her name means jewel meteor. Ratri Hindu (Vedic) Goddess of the night. She offers rest and renewed vigor and ensure safety through the hours of darkness. Paudna Lappish Goddess, whose name means rowan tree. Raudri Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Rauni Finno-Ugrian storm Goddess and consort of thunder God Ukko. Rat Egyptian Goddess, who is consort of Ra, king of the Gods.

Rusalki Group of Russian and Slavonic water spirits. They take form of drowned girls to lure people (mainly men) to water. Renenutet Egyptian Goddess of snakes and fertility, who guards pharaohs. Revati Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Rhea Greek primordial Goddess, and daughter of Gaia, mother of earth. She is a mother of Zeus, king of the Gods, and many other main Gods of Olympus. Rhiannon Celtic (Irish) chthonic Goddess of horses and moon. Riddhi Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess, whose name means prosperity. Riddhivasita Buddhist Goddess, whose name means control of prosperity. Rind Northern Germanic and Nordic chthonic Goddess. Ritona Romano-Celtic Goddess of river fords. Rohini Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune and Jain (Indian) Goddess of learning. Roma Greek and Roman tutelary Goddess. Rosmerta Romano-Celtic (Gallic and British) Goddess of fertility, whose name means great provider. Rudracandra Form of Hindu Goddess Durga. Rudracarcika Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Rudrani Hindu Goddess. Rukmini Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess, whose name means with cold ornaments. Rumina Roman Goddess of breast-feeding. Rupini Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Salacia Roman Goddess of salt water. Sadhumati Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess, whose name means good. She is usually associated with color white and her attributes are staff and sword on blue lotus. Sakmet Egyptian Goddess of war, whose name means the powerful one. She breathes fire against enemies, and is also guardian against diseases. Sala Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) Goddess of war. Samantaprabha Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess, whose name means possessing universal splendor. She is usually associated with color red and her attribute is a staff. San Chou Niang Niang Chinese mother Goddess, and is called the heavenly mother. She rules over island of the blessed, the place were Gods live. Sandhya Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Saning Sari Javan mother of rice. Sanjna Hindu Goddess, whose name means conscience. Sanju Kafir (Afghanistan) Goddess of harvest. Sankari Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. In Finnish Sankari means hero. Santa Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess, whose name means appeased. Santi Hindu Goddess. Her name means peace of mind. Santoshi Mata Hindu mother Goddess. Sao Ching Niang Niang Chinese mother Goddess, who is one of the dark ladies. She removes rainy clouds.

Saptamatara Group of seven Hindu mother Goddesses, who cause harm and diseases on children. Saraddevi Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess of fertility and vegetation. Her name means Goddess of autumn, and she is associated with autumn. Sarama Hindu (Vedic, Epic and Puranic) attendant Goddess. She is said to be mother of all dogs and is sometimes called bitch of heaven. Saranyu Hindu (Vedic) primordial Goddess of uncertain affinities. In some text is said that she is also Goddess of dawn. Sarasvati Hindu (Vedic, Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess of wisdom and patron of arts. She is also Goddess of students and books and her image often is seen in schools. Sarra Itu Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) tutelary Goddess of fertility. Sarvastramahajvala Jain (India) Goddess of learning, whose name means the great blaze of all weapons. Sasanadevata Jain (India) messenger Goddess. Sasuratum Group of midwife Goddesses. Satabhisa Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Satarupa Hindu (Puranic) Goddess, whose name means with a hundred forms. Sati Hindu (Epic and Puranic, India) mother Goddess. When she dies, she is reincarnated as Parvati. She is connected with fire-walking rituals. Satis Egyptian Goddess. She guards southern border of Upper Egypt. Satyablama Hindu-Dravian (Tamil) Goddess, whose name means with true lustre. Saubhagya-Bhuvanesvari Buddhist Goddess of good fortune. She is usually associated with color red, and her attributes are red lotus and water-jar with jewels. Saule Latvian Goddess of the sun. She has two consorts, sky God Dievs and moon God Meness. Sauska Hittite and Hurrian fertility Goddess. She is also sometimes seen as a Goddess of healing and war, and she was a guardian of Hittite king Hattusilis II. Savari Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess of terrifying appearance. Securita Roman guardian Goddess. Sedna Eskimo (Baffin land) Goddess of the sea. Sefkhet-Abwy Egyptian Goddess of libraries and writing, whose name means she who has seven horns. Sekhet-Hor Egyptian (Lower) cow Goddess, who did guard cattle. Selene Greek Goddess of the moon, whose name means radiant. Semele Greco-Roman mother Goddess. Her name means earth. Sepset Egyptian funerary Goddess. Sequana Romano-Celtic (Gallic) river Goddess. Serida Mesopotamian (Sumerian) mother Goddess. Serket(-hetyt) Egyptian mortuary Goddess. Sesat Egyptian Goddess of libraries and art of writing. Sese Ngbandi (Zaire, central Africa) chthonic Goddess.

Sesmetet Egyptian Goddess. Seta Pokot and Suk (Uganda and western Kenya, East Africa) Goddess of fertility. Sheela Na Gig Celtic (Irish) mother Goddess. Mother of earth, who is closely identified with life and death. Her images are also seen in Irish churches. Shashti Hindu Goddess of cats and protector of children and woman in childbirth. Sirens Group of Greek sea spirits that lure men with their song into drowning. Suseri-Bime Chinese Goddess, who is a daughter of storm God Susano. Si´a Western Semitic (Phoenician) attendant Goddess. Siddhi Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of of fortune, whose name means success. Siduri Mesopotamian (Babylonian and Akkadian) Goddess of brewing and wisdom. Sif Nordic and Germanic Goddess of corn. Sigyn Nordic Goddess. Sina Polynesian (Samoan) moon Goddess. Sindhu Hindu (Vedic) river Goddess. Sinivali Hindu (Vedic) Goddess of prosperity. Siofn Nordic Goddess. Sipe Gialmo Bon (pre-Lamaist, Tibet) mother Goddess, who was also called queen of the world. Her sacred animal is a mule and attributes banner, bowl and sword. Sipylene Smyrna (Anatolia, west coast of Turkey). Sirara Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) Goddess of the Persian Gulf. Sirona Romano-Celtic (Gallic) Goddess of healing. Sirtur Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) Goddess of sheep's. Sita Hindu (Epic and Puranic, India) earth Goddess, whose name means forrow. She is seen as a perfect Hindu wife, but is unhappy. Sitala(mata) Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess, whose name means mother cold. She inflicts sickness. Sitapatra Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess whose name means with a white umbrella. She is usually associated with color white and some of her attributes are arrow, bow, jewel, hook and a noose. Sitatara Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess. She is usually associated with color white and some of her attributes are arrow, bow, jewel and rosary. She is a incarnation of Chinese princess. Skadi Nordic Goddess, who is also called ski lady. She is often seen with a wolf. Skuld Nordic Goddess of destiny. Skylla Greek sea Goddess who looks like a mermaid but has numerous ravenous canine foreparts. Sodasi Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess, whose name means girl of sixteen. Sol Nordic Goddess of the sun. Sothis Egyptian astral Goddess. Souconna Romano-Celtic (Gallic) river Goddess. Spandaramet Armenian chthonic Goddess, who is identified with fertility of the earth and with death.

Spes Roman Goddess of hope. Sravana Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune, whose name means lame cow. Sravistha Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Sri(devi) Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess. Also Jain and Hindu Goddess. Srivasumukhi Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means excellent-faced. Srivasundhara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means earth. Srividyadevi Hindu Goddess, who has terrifying appearance and whose name means of excellent knowledge. Her attributes are necklace of bones and teeth. Styx Greek chthonic Goddess of underworld. Subhandra Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess, whose name means very splendid. Subhaga Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Subhamekhala Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means with a marvelous girdle. Sudurjaya Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess, whose name means very difficult to conquer. Sukarasya Buddhist Goddess. Her name means face of a sow. Sukla-Tara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Suleviae Romano-Celtic (Gallic) group of Goddesses of passages. Sulini Hindu Goddess, who has terrifying appearance. Sulis Romano-Celtic chthonic underworld Goddess. Also Goddess of knowledge and prophecy, who is guardian of the thermal waters of Bath, England. Sulmanitu Western Semitic Goddess of fertility, love, war and underworld. Sulsaga Mesopotamian (Sumerian) astral Goddess. Sumalini Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means well-garlanded. Sumbha Buddhist Goddess. Sundara Hindu (Puranic) and Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Sura Hindu Goddess if wine, whose name means wine. Surya Hindu (Vedic, Epic and Puranic) Goddess of the sun. Svadha Hindu Goddess, whose name means invoked with offerings. Svasthavesini Hindu Goddess, who has terrifying appearance. She is usually associated with color scarlet, and her attribute is a drum and her name means entering a natural state. Svati Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Syamatara Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess. Tabiti Scythian Goddess of fire and guardian of animals. Ta-Bitjet Egyptian scorpion Goddess. Taditkara Buddhist Goddess of light, whose name means lightning. She is usually associated with color green. Tailtui Celtic (Irish) Goddess. Takotsi Nakawe Huichol native American (Mesoamerican, Mexico) chthonic vegetation Goddess. Everything living belongs to her. Tanit Phoenician and Pontic (Carthaginian) Goddess of moon, love and stars. T´ao Hua Hsiennui Chinese Goddess, who guards against evil.

Tara Buddhist (Mahayana and Vajrayana) Goddess, whose name means power of hunger. Also Hindu (Vedic, Epic and Puranic) Goddess. Tari Pennu Indian (Khond) chthonic Goddess. She was given human sacrifices. Tasenetnofret Egyptian Goddess. Tasmetu(m) Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) Goddess. Tate Hautse Kupuri Huichol native American (Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of rain and water, whose name means mother north water. Tate Kyewimoka Huichol native American (Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of rain and water, whose name means mother west water. Tate Naaliwahi Huichol native American (Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of rain and water, whose name means mother east water. Tate Rapawiyema Huichol native American (Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of rain and water, whose name means mother south water. Tate Oteganaka Huichol native American (Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of corn. Tate Velika Vimali Huichol native American (Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of the sun. Tathatavasita Buddhist Goddess, whose name means control of the such-ness. Taweret Egyptian Goddess of childbirth. Her name means the great one. Tefnut Egyptian primordial Goddess of moisture, who creates pure water from her vagina. Tegid Voel Celtic (Welsh) Goddess of water. Tellus Roman primordial earth mother. She is also Goddess of corn and death. She was also given human sacrifices, and enemy armies were given to her as a sacrifice. Terra Mater Roman primordial earth mother. Teteoinnan Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of curers and medical diviners. Teteoinnan-Toci Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of midwives, who was invoked in childbirth. Tethys Greek Goddess of the sea and one of the titans. Taueret Egyptian mother Goddess. Terpsichore Greek Muse of choral singing and dance. Tezcacoac Ayopechtli Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of birth. Her name means mirror serpent tortoise bench. Thalna Etruscan Goddess of childbirth. Thatmanitu Western Semitic Goddess of healing. Thea Greek Goddess, who is one of the Titans. Themis Greco-Roman Goddess of justice and order. She judges souls of the dead in Hades, and decides will they go to Elysian paradise or to the fires of Tartalus. Those who go to Tartalus, she gives to furies and Nemesis, Goddess of justice and revenge. Mother of the Fates and the Seasons. Thesan Etruscan Goddess of the dawn and childbirth.

Thetis Greek Goddess rivers and oceans. She is mother of Achilles, Greek hero, and sometimes seen as a mermaid. Tiamat Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian, Iraq) primordial creator Goddess. Sometimes also seen as a Goddess of sea. Tien Mu Chinese Goddess of lightning. Tin Hau Taoist (Chinese) Goddess of waters, also known as queen of heaven. She is guardian of boats and fisherman. Tinnit Pontic (Carthagian) Goddess. Titans Race of Greek Gods, who did rule before Gods from Olympus (who are their children) replaced them. Tlaltecuhtli Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) chthonic creator Goddess. She swallows sun every evening, and human sacrifices were given to her. Tiazolteotl (Ixcuiname) Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) earth Goddess, who is associated with sexual sin. Tonaleque Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess. Tou Mou Chinese Goddess of measure. Toyia Fatuna Polynesian (Tonga) earth Goddess, whose name means iron stone. Toyo-Uke-Bime Shinto (Japan) Goddess of foodstuffs. Tozi Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of healing and sweet water. Trikantakidevi Hindu Goddess, whose name means Goddess of three thorns. She has terrible appearance, and her attributes are conch and teeth. Tripura Hindu and Jain mother Goddess. Her name means lady of the three cities. The cities are cities of cold in heaven, silver in air and iron in earth. Trita Hindu (Vedic) Goddess. Sometimes seen as a male. Tu Chinese earth Goddess. Tumuteanaoa Polynesian (Hervey Islands) Goddess, whose name means echo. Tuulikki Finnish forest Goddess. Turan Etruscan Goddess of love. Tyche Greco-Roman Goddess of fortune. Tzu Sun Niangniang Chinese mother Goddess, who is one of the nine dark ladies. Before she was a Goddess, she was a mortal woman that committed suicide to ensure her future chastity. She is invoked in weddings to bring fertility. Ua-Ildak Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) vegetation Goddess, who is responsible of pastures and poplar trees. Ugracandika A form of Hindu Goddess Durga. Uma A form of Hindu Goddess Parvati. Uni Etruscan tutelary Goddess, whose consort is sky God Tin. Word uni means sleep in Finnish. Unxia Roman Goddess of marriage. Upapattivasita Buddhist Goddess, whose name means control of fitness. Uke-Mochi Shinto (Japan) Goddess of provision. Uras Mesopotamian (Sumerian) earth Goddess.

Usas Hindu (Vedic) Goddess of the dawn and sky. She guards homes and is all seeing eye of the gods. Usnisavijaya Buddhist (Mahayana) primordial Goddess, whose name means victorious. Uttarabhadrapada Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Uttaraphalguni Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Uttarasadha Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune. Uttu Mesopotamian Goddess of vegetation and weaving. Vac Hindu (Vedic) Goddess of the spoken word. Her name means speech. Vacuna Sabine Goddess. Vadali Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose attributes are flower, needle, noose and staff. Vagbija Hindu (Puranic) Goddess, whose name means seed of speech. Vairotya Jain (India) Goddess of learning. Vaisnavi Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Valkyries Group of Scandinavian sprits that chose heroes from the battlefield, that go to Valhalla. Vajracarcika Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Vajradhatvisvari Buddhist Goddess, whose name means lady of the adamantine world. Vajragandhari Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Some her attributes are ax, bell, bow and staff and she is usually associated with colors blue and cold. Vajraghanta Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, who is a guardian of the northern direction. Vajrapasi Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, who is a guardian of the southern direction. Vajrasphota Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, who is a guardian of the western direction. Vajrasrnkhala Buddhist Goddess, whose name means personification. Also Jain Goddess of learning. Vajratara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose attributes are arrow, bow, hook and noose. Vajravarahi Buddhist (Mahayana) and Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess, whose name means diamond snow. Vajravidarani Buddhist (Mahayana), whose name means tearing asunder. Some of her attributes are banner, bow, noose and staff. Vajrayogini Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Her attributes are club, cup, knife and staff. Valli Hindu Goddess. Her name means earth. Varahi Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Varahmukhi Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means having a boars head. Varali Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Her attributes are flower, needle, noose and staff. Vari-Ma-Te-Takere Polynesian (Hervey Islands) mother Goddess, who is a creator being. Vasantadevi Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess of spring. Vasita Group of Hindu Goddesses. Vasita means willpower. Vasudhara Hindu (Epic and Puranic) fertility Goddess, whose name means treasurer. Also Buddhist Goddess.

Vasumatisri Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Her name means beautiful with an excellent mind. Vasusri Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means beautiful one. Vasya-tara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. Veja Mate Latvian Goddess of winds, birds and woodlands. Velu Mate Latvian chthonic underworld Goddess. She is the queen of the dead, who greets the dead at the cemetery. Vellamo Finnish cold-hearted Goddess of the sea who lives in an underwater palace called Ahtola with Ahto, her consort. Vesna Slavic Goddess of spring. Venus Roman Goddess of sexual love and beauty. Vesta Roman Goddess of fire and hearth. She was also a household guardian. Her priestess were called Vesta Virgins. They lived a life of chastity and guarded the sacred flame. They were buried alive if they broke their chastity wows. Vesta was identified with the Greek Hearth Goddess Hestia. Vetali Buddhist-Lamaist Goddess of terrifying appearance. She is usually associated with color red and her attribute is a chain. Victoria Roman Goddess of victory. Vidyadevi Group Jain Goddesses of knowledge and learning. Vidyujjvalakarili Buddhist Goddess, whose name means tongues of fire. She is said to have been formed from Buddha´s sweat. Vikalaratri Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means twilight night. Vimala Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess. Her name means stainless, and her attributes are lotus and a staff. Vina Buddhist Goddess of the music. She is usually associated with color yellow and her attribute is a lute. Viraj Hindu (Vedic) primordial Goddess. Volumna Roman nursery Goddess, who is a guardian of the nursery and of infants. Vor Nordic Goddess of oaths and marriage agreements. She also punish those who break them. Wadjet Egyptian Goddess of royal authority. Waka-Hiru-Me Shinto (Japan) Goddess of the sun, who is associated with sunrise. She is a sister of sun God Amaterasu. Waka-Sa-Na-Me-No-Kami Shinto (Japan) agricultural Goddess. Waramurunggundji Australian aboriginal mother Goddess. Whope Sioux native American (USA) Goddess, who gives pipe of peace. With that you can communicate with great spirit Wakan Tanka. Worset Egyptian guardian Goddess. Wuriupranili Australian aboriginal Goddess of the sun. Xilonen Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of vegetation. Xochiquetzal Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of fertility and childbirth. She was invoked to make marriage fruitful.

Xochiquetzal-Ichpuchtli Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) fertility Goddess. She is associated with sexual love, flowers and pleasure. Xmucane Mayan (Mexico) Goddess, who is also called the Grandmother of the Dawn. Yacahuiztli Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of the underworld, whose name means nose spine. Yamaduti Buddhist (Mahayana) messenger Goddess. She rides with buffalo. Yami Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Yamuna Hindu Goddess of rivers, especially with river Yamuna. Yasodhara Buddhist Goddess, whose name means preserving glory. She was a consort of Buddha before he attained his full status. Yemanja Brizilian African American Goddess of the sea. Yemona Yoruba (Nigeria, West Africa) Goddess of the water. She created all the rivers in Nigeria. Yen Kuang Niang Niang Chinese mother Goddess, who is one of the protective nine dark ladies. She cures the eye disease ophthalmia. Yhi Australian aboriginal Goddess of the sun and bringer of the light. With Baiame, she created humankind. Yina´mna´ut Yakut (southeastern Siberia) Goddess/spirit of mists and fogs, whose consort is fog man Yina´mtian. Her name means fog woman. Yine´ane´ut Koryak (southeastern Siberia) guardian Goddess/spirit, who protects against underworld demons, the kalau. Her consort is earth spirit/God Tanuta. Yogesvari Buddhist (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Yolkai Estan Navaho native American (New Mexico and Arizona, USA) Goddess of fertility. Yuki-Onna Shinto (Japan) Goddess of the snowstorm, also called the Snow Woman. She lures men with her beauty, but leads them to their death. Zapotlantenan Aztec (classical Mesoamerican, Mexico) Goddess of healing. Zara-Mama South American native American (Peru) maize Goddess. Zemyna Lithuanian chthonic Goddess, who is responsible for vegetation and crops. Zhiwud Kalif (Afghanistan) messenger Goddess. Zoe Greek and Gnostic Christian Goddess of life, whose name means life.

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