Tellervini
Tellervini is a tribe of danaid butterflies with only the one genus Tellervo, with six widely distributed species found in Australia and the Oriental region. The taxon is apparently monophyletic, but ...
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Kalma (goddess)
Kalma is the Finnish goddess of death and decay, her name meaning "The Stench of Corpses". Her favorite places to linger are graveyards and cemeteries; in fact, one Finnish word for graveyard is kalmi...
Loviatar
Loviatar ([ˈloʋiɑtɑr], alternative names Loveatar, Lovetar, Lovehetar, Louhetar, Louhiatar, Louhi) is a blind daughter of Tuoni, the god of death in Finnish mythology. She was said to be the worst of ...
Tuonetar
Tuonetar ([ˈtuɔnetɑr]) is the Queen of the Underworld in Finnish mythology.Tuonetar is the wife of Tuoni, with whom she rules over the Underworld Tuonela.In the 16th song of Kalevala, Väinämöinen arri...
Vellamo
Vellamo (also known as Wellamo) is the goddess of water, lakes and seas in Finnish mythology.She is said to be tall and beautiful, and is much respected by fishermen, who pray to her for good fishing ...
Akka (spirit)
Akka is a female spirit in Sami shamanism and Finnish mythology. Worship of the akka was common and took the form of sacrifices, pleas for help and various rituals. Some Sámi believed the akka lived u...
Louhi
Louhi ([ˈlouɦi]) is a queen of the land known as Pohjola in Finnish, Karelian and Lappish mythology.
Louhi is described as a powerful witch with the ability to change shape and weave mighty enchan...
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Mielikki
Mielikki is the Finnish goddess of forests and the hunt. She is referred to in various tales as either the wife or the daughter-in-law of Tapio, and the mother of Nyyrikki. She is said to have playe...
Ilmatar
In the Kalevala, the Finnish national epic, Ilmatar was a virgin spirit of the air.
The name Ilmatar is derived from the Finnish word ilma, meaning "air," and the suffix -tar, denoting a female sp...
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Kuu
Kuu is a Moon goddess in Finnish mythology. According to the Kalevala, the daughter of the air Ilmatar allowed a teal to lay its egg on her knee as she floated in the abyss. The egg fell and its parts...
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Rauni (deity)
Rauni is a name for a being in Finnish mythology. The exact role and identity of Rauni is debated, and theories range from Rauni having been a mother goddess and consort of Ukko to being identified wi...
Vammatar
Vammatar is the Finnish goddess of pain, disease, and/or suffering (other versions have her as more actively negative, the goddess of evil and misfortune). She is the daughter of Tuoni (god of the un...
Ved-ava
Ved-ava is a water deity, common to several Baltic and Finno-Ugric peoples traditionally dependent on fishing. She is also sometimes associated with fertility. She is generally depicted as a water c...