Lists of deities
This is an index to deities of the different religions, cultures and mythologies of the world, listed by type and by region.For deified individuals see "List of people who have been considered deities...
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List of Roman birth and childhood deities
In ancient Roman religion, birth and childhood deities were thought to care for every aspect of conception, pregnancy, parturition, and infant development. Some major deities of Roman religion had a ...
List of Roman birth and childhood deities - Wikipedia
Ayya Vaikundar
Ayya Vaikundar (Tamil: அய்யா வைகுண்டர்), according to historians, was a 19th Century social reformer and iconoclast who worked for the upliftment of the dalit Hindus in the then Kingdom of Travanc...
Ayya Vaikundar - Wikipedia
In Greek mythology, the Moirai (Ancient Greek: Μοῖραι, "apportioners", Latinized as Moerae)—often known in English as the Fates—were the white-robed incarnations of destiny (Roman equivalent: Par...
Moirai - Wikipedia
Wife of God
"Wife of God" can refer to:
Hārītī (Sanskrit), also known as 鬼子母神 (Kishimojin), is a Buddhist goddess for the protection of children, easy delivery, happy child rearing and parenting, harmony between husband and wife, love, ...
Hariti - Wikipedia
Village deities of Tamils of Sri Lanka
Village deities are a common feature of the Hindu pantheon of deities. They are known as Gramadevatas. Each Hindu region and caste of India and South Asia has its share of village deities. Sri Lankan ...
Village deities of Tamils of Sri Lanka - Wikipedia
Jofur (from Old Norse Jöfurr: "wild boar") is a name used in Nordic literature for the thunder god, mainly as a synonym for Jupiter. Jofur probably originated in the writings of the 17th-century Swedi...
Pañcika (Chinese: 般闍迦) is a Buddhist demon (rakshasa), the consort of Hariti/Kishimojin, with whom he is said to have fathered 500 children. According to the Mahavamsa, Pancika was the commander-in-ch...
Pañcika - Wikipedia
Perëndi is an old Illyrian word for God and the sky, especially invoked in incantations and songs praying for rain. He was also an Illyrian god of thunder or storm-god. After the spreading of Christia...
Maya jaguar gods
The pre-Columbian Maya religion knew various jaguar gods, in addition to jaguar demi-gods, (ancestral) protectors, and transformers. The main jaguar deities are discussed below. Their associated narra...
Maya jaguar gods - Wikipedia
In New Guinea mythology (Orokolo), Papare is the lunar deity.
Common Germanic deities
The article lists gods and goddesses (Ansewez, Wanizaz) that may be reconstructed for Proto-Germanic or Common Germanic Migration period paganism, or which figure in both West and North Germanic mytho...
Takemikazuchi (建御雷 or 武甕槌, "Brave-Awful-Possessing" or "Thunder-God") is a deity in Japanese mythology, considered a god of thunder and sword god. He also competed in what is considered the first sumo...
Takemikazuchi - Wikipedia
List of Māori deities
The following is a list of Māori deities.
List of Māori deities - Wikipedia
In Buddhism, a bodhisattva (Sanskrit: बोधिसत्त्व bodhisattva; Pali: बोधिसत्त bodhisatta) is an enlightened (bodhi) being (sattva). Traditionally, a bodhisattva is anyone who, motivated by grea...
Bodhisattva - Wikipedia
Tezcatlipoca (/ˌtɛzˌkætliˈpoʊkə/; Classical Nahuatl: Tezcatlipōca /teskatɬiˈpoːka/) was a central deity in Aztec religion, and his main festival was the Toxcatl ceremony celebrated in the month of...
Tezcatlipoca - Wikipedia
Cardea or Carda was the ancient Roman goddess of the hinge (Latin cardo, cardinis), Roman doors being hung on pivot hinges. The Augustan poet Ovid conflates her with another archaic goddess named Carn...
Limentinus - Wikipedia
In Germanic mythology, Odin (from Old Norse Óðinn) is a widely attested god. In Old Norse sources, where most surviving information about the god stems, Odin is associated with healing, death, royalty...
Wōdanaz - Wikipedia
Vaiśravaṇa (Sanskrit वैश्रवण) or Vessavaṇa (Pāli वेस्सवण, Sinhala වෛශ්‍රවණ) also known as Namtösé in Tibet and Bishamonten in Japan is the name of the chief of the Four Heavenly Kings and, as "chief",...
Vaiśravaṇa - Wikipedia
Knowledge deity
A knowledge deity is a deity in mythology associated with knowledge, wisdom, or intelligence.
Knowledge deity - Wikipedia
List of Slavic mythological figures
This is a list of Slavic deities, spirits and mythological creatures.
List of Slavic mythological figures - Wikipedia
*Frijjō ("Frigg-Frija") is the reconstructed name or epithet of a hypothetical Common Germanic love goddess, the most prominent female member of the *Ansiwiz (gods), and often identified as the spouse...
Frijjō - Wikipedia
List of death deities
Deities associated with death take many different forms, depending on the specific culture and religion being referenced. Psychopomps, deities of the underworld, and resurrection deities are commonly ...
List of death deities - Wikipedia
List of solar deities
A solar deity is a god or goddess who represents the Sun, or an aspect of it, usually by its perceived power and strength. Solar deities and sun worship can be found throughout most of recorded histor...
List of solar deities - Wikipedia
In ancient Roman religion, Portunes (alternatively spelled Portumnes or Portunus) was a god of keys, doors and livestock. He protected the warehouses where grain was stored. Probably because of folk a...
Kukulkan (/kuːkuːlˈkän/) ("Plumed Serpent", "Feathered Serpent") is the name of a Maya snake deity that also serves to designate historical persons. The depiction of the feathered serpent deity is pre...
Kukulkan - Wikipedia
Winalagalis is a war god of the Kwakwaka'wakw native people of British Columbia. He travels the world, making war. Winalagilis comes from North (underworld) to winter with the Kwakwaka'wakw (formerly...
Winalagalis - Wikipedia