Medb
Medb (Old Irish spelling, [mɛðv]; Middle Irish: Meḋḃ, Meaḋḃ; early modern Irish: Meadhbh, [mɛɣv]; Modern Irish: Méabh [mʲeːv], Medbh or Maebh; sometimes Anglicised Maeve, Maev or Maive /ˈmeɪv/) is que...
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Xi Wangmu
Xi Wangmu (Hsi Wang-mu; Chinese: 西王母; literally: "Queen Mother of the West") is a Chinese goddess known from the ancient times. The first historical information on her can be traced back to or...
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Iunit
Iunit was a minor goddess in ancient Egyptian religion, whose name means "She of Armant". She is the consort of Montu.
Gebeleizis
Gebeleizis (or Gebeleixis, Nebeleizis) was a god worshiped by the Getae, probably related to the Thracian god of storm and lightning, Zibelthiurdos. He was represented as a handsome man, sometimes wea...
Guanyin
Guanyin (in pinyin; previous transliterations Quan Yin, Kwan Yin, or Kuanyin) is an East Asian deity of mercy, and a bodhisattva associated with compassion as venerated by Mahayana Buddhists. The nam...
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Abuk (mythology)
Abuk is the first woman in the myths of the Dinka people of South Sudan and the Nuer of South Sudan and Ethiopia, who call her Buk. She is the only well-known female deity of the Dinka. She is also t...
Mayahuel
Mayahuel (/maˈjawel/) is the female divinity associated with the maguey plant among cultures of central Mexico in the Postclassic era of pre-Columbian Mesoamerican chronology, and in particular of the...
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Mami Wata
Mami Wata (Mammy Water) is venerated in West, Central, and Southern Africa, and in the African diaspora in the Americas. Mami Wata spirits are usually female, but are sometimes male.
The appearanc...
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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...
Murigen
In Welsh mythology, Murigen was a goddess of lakes, and associated with flooding. She is also known as Morgan, probably a specific personification of morgens, the Welsh term for water sprites.
Mo...
Dorje Pakmo
In Tibetan Buddhism, Vajravārāhī ("The Diamond Sow", Tibetan: ་རྡོ་རྗེ་ཕག་མོ, Wylie: rdo rje phag mo Dorje Pakmo), is a wrathful form of Vajrayogini associated particularly with the Cakrasaṃv...
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Achi Chokyi Drolma
Achi Chokyi Drolma (Wylie: a phyi chos kyi sgrol ma) is the dharmapāla of the Drikung Kagyu school of Tibetan Buddhism. She also appears as a protector in the Karma Kagyu refuge tree as Achi Chodron a...
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Æsir
In Old Norse, ǫ́ss (or áss, ás, plural æsir; feminine ásynja, plural ásynjur) is the term denoting a member of the principal pantheon in the indigenous Germanic religion known as Norse religion. This ...
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Celtic pantheon
The gods and goddesses of the pre-Christian Celtic peoples are known from a variety of sources, including written Celtic mythology, ancient places of worship, statues, engravings, cult objects and pl...
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Bagmasti
Bagmasti was a famous Armenian goddess. She was worshiped at Mirzazin in Ararat. Her temple, together with that of Haldi was plundered and burned by Sargon II king of Assyria.
Toyouke-Ōmikami
Toyouke-Ōmikami is the goddess of agriculture and industry in the Shinto religion. Originally enshrined in the Tanba region of Japan, she was called to reside at Gekū, Ise Shrine, about 1,500 years ag...
Creiddylad
Creiddylad (also known as Creirddylad, Creurdilad, Creudylad or Kreiddylat), daughter of King Lludd, is a minor character in the early medieval Welsh Arthurian tale Culhwch ac Olwen.
Creiddylad, d...
Vesna
The vesna or vesnas were mythological female characters associated with youth and springtime in early Slavic mythology, particularly within Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia. Along with her male companion ...
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Long Mu
In Chinese mythology, Longmu (simplified Chinese: 龙母; traditional Chinese: 龍母; literally: "Mother of Dragons") was a Chinese woman who was deified as a goddess after raising five infant dr...
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Nemain
In Irish mythology, Neman or Nemain (modern spelling: Neamhan, Neamhain) is the spirit-woman or goddess who personifies the frenzied havoc of war. In the ancient texts where The Morrígan appears as a ...
Laetitia (goddess)
Laetitia was a minor Roman goddess of gaiety. Her name deriving from the root word laeta, meaning happy.
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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 ...
Sabazios
Sabazios (Ancient Greek: Σαβάζιος) is the nomadic horseman and sky father god of the Phrygians and Thracians. In Indo-European languages, such as Phrygian, the -zios element in his name derives f...
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