Naiad
In Greek mythology, the Naiads (Ancient Greek: Ναϊάδες) were a type of nymph (female spirit) who presided over fountains, wells, springs, streams, brooks and other bodies of fresh water.They are disti...
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Nereid
In Greek mythology, the Nereids (/ˈnɪəriɪdz/ NEER-ee-idz; Greek: Νηρηΐδες, sg. Νηρηΐς) are sea nymphs (female spirits of sea waters), the fifty daughters of Nereus and Doris, sisters to Nerites. They...
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Oceanid
In Greek mythology and, later, Roman mythology, the Oceanids (/oʊˈsiːənɪdz, ˈoʊʃᵊnɪdz/; Ancient Greek: Ὠκεανίδες, pl. of Ὠκεανίς) are sea nymphs who were the three thousand daughters of the Titan...
Potamoi
The Potamoi (Greek: Ποταμοί, "rivers") are the gods of rivers in Greek mythology. They are the fathers of Naiads, and the brothers of the Oceanids, and as such, the sons of Oceanus and Tethys. The riv...
Potamides (mythology)
Potamides, also called potameides (Greek: Ποταμίδες), were a type of water nymphs of Greco-Roman mythology. They were assigned as a class of nymphs of fresh water known as naiads, and as such belonged...
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Amathaunta
In Sumerian mythology, Amathaunta is the goddess of the ocean. She was also worshipped by Sumerian immigrants in Egypt, and may be the biblical goddess Ashima. It is also believed that she is related ...
Nanshe
In Sumerian mythology, Nanshe was the daughter of Enki (god of wisdom, magic and fresh water) and Ninhursag (earth and mother goddess). Her functions as a goddess were varied. She was a goddess of so...
Tamesis
Tamesis was the ancient name for the River Thames.Sculptures titled Tamesis and Isis by Anne Seymour Damer can be found on the bridge at Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire. The original terracotta and plas...
Benzaiten
Benzaiten (弁才天, 弁財天) isa Japanese Buddhist goddess, who originated from the Hindu goddess Saraswati. Worship of Benzaiten arrived in Japan during the 6th through 8th centuries, mainly via the Chinese ...
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Bolbe pygmaea
Bolbe pygmaea is a species of praying mantis in the genus Bolbe in the family Iridopterygidae of the order Mantodea. It is endemic to Australia.
At approximately 1 cm in length when fully gro...
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Cleocharia
In Greek mythology, Cleocharia (/ˌkliːɵkəˈraɪə/; Kleokhareia) was a Naiad, a river nymph, and Queen consort. She was married to the King Lelex of Laconia. She is the ancestress of the Spartan royal fa...
Achiroe
Achiroë /əˈkɪrɵʊiː/ or Anchirrhoë (Greek: Ἀχιρ(ρ)όη), or according to the Bibliotheca Anchinoë (Ἀγχινόη), which is perhaps a mistake for Anchiroë, was in Greek mythology a naiad, a daughter of the riv...
Yemaja
Yemoja is an Orisha and the mother of all Orishas. She is syncretized with either the Virgin Mary, Our lady of Regla, or Stella Maris.
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Clytie (Oceanid)
Clytia (/ˈklaɪtiə/; Greek Κλυτία), or Clytie (/ˈklaɪtɨ.iː/; Κλυτίη) was a water nymph, daughter of Oceanus and Tethys in Greek mythology. She loved Helios.
Helios, having loved her, abandoned her ...
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Neaera (Greek mythology)
Neaera (/nɪˈɪərə/; Greek: Νέαιρα), also Neaira (/nɪˈaɪrə/), is the name of multiple female characters in Greek mythology:
Nerrivik
In Inuit mythology, Nerrivik was the sea-mother and provider of food for the Inuit people. She was the patron of fisherman and hunters. In Canada, she was known as either Sedna or Arnapkapfaaluk and...
Aethra (Greek mythology)
In Greek mythology, Aethra or Aithra (Ancient Greek: Αἴθρα, [ǎi̯tʰra], /ˈiːθrə/, the "bright sky") was a name applied to four different individuals:
Aethra was a daughter of King Pittheus of ...
Pronoe
Pronoe (Προνόη "forethought") refers to six characters in Greek mythology.1. Pronoe, one of the Nereids.2. Pronoe, daughter of Phorbus. She married Aetolus and bore him Pleuron and Calydon.3. Pronoe, ...
Arnemetia
Arnemetia was a goddess in Romano-British religion. Her shrine was at Aquae Arnemetiae ("waters of Arnemetia"), which is now Buxton in Derbyshire, England.Arnemetia's name contains Celtic elements "ar...
Salacia (mythology)
In ancient Roman mythology, Salacia was the female divinity of the sea, worshipped as the goddess of salt water who presided over the depths of the ocean. She was the wife and queen of Neptune, god o...
Atargatis
Atargatis /əˈtɑrɡətɨs/ or Ataratheh (/əˈtærəθə/; Aramaic: ‘Atar‘atheh or Tar‘atheh‎) was the chief goddess of northern Syria in Classical Antiquity. Ctesias also used the name Derceto for her, a...
Belisama
In Celtic polytheism, Belisama (epigraphically Bηλησαμα) was a goddess worshipped in Gaul. She is identified with Minerva in the interpretatio romana.The etymology of her name has been taken to transl...
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Bolbe
In Greek mythology, Bolbe (/ˈbɒlbiː/; Greek: Βόλβη) was an extremely beautiful lake goddess or nymph who dwelled in a Thessalian lake of the same name (modern Lake Volvi). She was the daughter of ...
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Ganges in Hinduism
In Hinduism, the river Ganges is considered sacred and is personified as a goddess known as Ganga. It is worshipped by Hindus who believe that bathing in the river causes the remission of sins and fac...
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Adsullata
In Celtic mythology, Adsullata was a river goddess of the Continental Celts associated with the River Savus (Sava) in Noricum. This deity is known from a single inscription found at Saudörfel, Austria...
Coventina
Coventina was a Romano-British goddess of wells and springs. She is known from multiple inscriptions at one site in Northumberland county of the United Kingdom, an area surrounding a wellspring near C...
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Thalia (Nereid)
In Greek mythology Thalia is one of the fifty known Nereids, daughters of Nereus and Doris. She is mentioned as one of the 32 Nereids who gather on the coast of Troy from the depths of the sea to mour...
Pherusa
Pherusa or Pherousa is the name of two different figures in Greek mythology.
Pherusa was a Nereid, one of the fifty daughters of Nereus and Doris. Her name, a participle, means "she who carries."...