List with Names of Gods, Deities and Entities

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In this article we will share a complete list with names of gods, deities and some entities known in different cultures. We will see names of Greek gods, names of Nordic, Egyptian, Japanese, Roman, Hindu, candomblé and others.

Human beings have always had a spiritual need to worship some supreme being. Throughout human history we have seen tons of gods from different cultures and regions of the world. Unfortunately, this list is not even 10% of the Gods that exist or existed.

List with Names of Gods, Deities and Entities
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Greek God Names

  • Adonis - a beautiful young man who, when he died, was considered a deity of vegetation.
  • Aphrodite - Goddess of love, beauty and sex;
  • Alectrona - Morning goddess;
  • Aleto - God of betrayal;
  • Alpine - Goddess of despair;
  • Amphitrite - Poseidon's wife, and queen of the seas.
  • Anteia - Goddess of flowers;
  • Anthers - god of reciprocated love.
  • Apollo - God of music, beauty and healing;
  • Achilles - hero of the Trojan War;
  • Ares - God of War;
  • Aristeu - God hunter and inventor;
  • Aristeu - protective god of hunters, shepherds and herds, and inventor of beekeeping and the art of growing olives.
  • Asclepius - god of medicine.
  • Astreia - Justice God;
  • Asteria - stellar goddess, of stars, stars and night.
  • Athena - Goddess of wisdom, military strategy, skill and justice;
  • Aura - Twin sister of Kione, goddess of the freezing winter breeze.
  • Bia - Goddess of physical strength;
  • Bia - goddess of physical strength and violence.
  • Brizo - Goddess of sailors, fishermen and rowers;
  • Boreas - god of the north, northern and winter wind
  • Cero - God of luck and opportunity;
  • Keto - God protecting the dangers of the sea;
  • Cifis - Goddess of silence;
  • Circe - Goddess of witchcraft.
  • Cletes - Hellish goddess of curses;
  • Deimos - god who personified terror, that is (God of terror). Brother of phobos
  • Demeter - Goddess of agriculture, vegetation and seasons;
  • Despina - Goddess of winter;
  • Despoina - Daughter of Demeter, a goddess of Arcadian mysteries and an important figure of Eleusis mysteries;
  • Dice - Justice God.
  • Dionysus - God of life and pleasure;
  • Doris - Goddess of the generosity of the sea;
  • Eos - goddess of dawn.
  • Eros - God of love and sex;
  • Asclepius - God of medicine;
  • Euro - god of the east wind
  • Eosphorus - Light-bearing God;
  • Phaeton - son of Hélio and nymph Climene.
  • Phobos - god who personified fear, fear, that is (God of fear). Brother of deimos
  • Forcis - God of the sea foam;
  • Geras - god of old age.
  • Hades - God of the underworld king of the dead;
  • Hebe - Goddess of youth;
  • Hephaestus - God of fire and metallurgy;
  • Ivy - Goddess of family, women and marriage. Zeus' wife and queen of Olympus;
  • Hermes - God of commerce, thieves and travelers;
  • Hymenaeus - god of the wedding ceremony.
  • Himeros - god of loving desire.
  • Hypnos - God of sleep;
  • Hecate - Goddess of magic;
  • Hecate - goddess of magic.
  • Helium - the embodiment of the sun
  • Heracles or Hercules - a demigod, son of Zeus and Alcmena.
  • Hygia - Goddess of cleanliness;
  • Huber - God of exaggerated pride;
  • Illiterate - Goddess of childbirth;
  • Io - one of Zeus' lovers.
  • Irene - goddess of peace, obedience, construction and destruction.
  • Iremia - God of tranquility;
  • Ismenia - daughter of Oedipus and Queen Jocasta.
  • Leto - mother of Apollo and Artemis.
  • Macaria - Goddess of good death, legitimate daughter of Persephone and Hades. It was created to marry Tânato, the god of the death.
  • Maya - a Pleiadian goddess.
  • Melinoe - Goddess of ghosts, offerings and funeral ceremonies. Daughter of Persephone with Zeus and was adopted by Hades.
  • Morpheus - God of dreams;
  • Métis - the titanic goddess, health, protection, cunning, prudence and virtue.
  • Nefarious - Goddess of destruction, apprentice to Hades;
  • Nhatos - God of divination and enigmas;
  • Nice - goddess of victory, strength and speed.
  • Nlx - god of proliferation.
  • Notus - God of the south wind;
  • Nemesis - goddess of vengeance. Daughter of Nix
  • Persephone - wife of Hades and daughter of Démeter, queen of the underworld and goddess of spring.
  • Ponos or Daemon - spirit that personified the obliged effort, the hard work and the fatigue.
  • Poseidon - God of the sea, earthquakes, hurricanes and horses;
  • Pothos - god of passion.
  • Priapo - God of male virility;
  • Proteus - Lesser god of the sea, shepherd of Poseidon;
  • Pan - god of the woods, the flocks and the animals
  • Want - are female spirits.
  • Kione - Snow goddess. Daughter of Bóreas
  • Selene - moon goddess.
  • Seliana - Goddess of the dangers of forests;
  • Selenium - God of thoughts;
  • Without him - mother of Dionysus.
  • Thisi - Goddess of impulse and courage;
  • Typhon - God of punishment;
  • Typhon or Typhon - is a titan of mythology that almost destroyed the Olympians.
  • Tic - lucky goddess. Nemesis (mythology)
  • Thanatos - God of death, servant of Hades;
  • Themis - justice God.
  • Zeal - god of rivalry, of greatness.
  • Zeus - God of heaven, law and justice, king of the gods;
  • Zephyr - West wind.
  • Artemis - Goddess of hunting, animal fertility and protector of maidens;
  • Éppis - Goddess of hope;
  • Aeolus - God of the winds;
  • Eris - goddess of discord.
  • Ennio - god of destructive war
  • Iris - goddess of the rainbow- and messenger of the gods
  • Orion - a giant hunter, present in the myth of Artemis.

Norse God Names

  • Aegir - Nordic God who rules the seas;
  • Balder - God of justice and wisdom;
  • Bragi - God of wisdom and poetry;
  • Búri - the first Nordic God, the progenitor of the entire “race of the Gods”;
  • And go - Goddess of Norse mythology known for her ability to heal;
  • Forseti - God associated with revenge;
  • Freia - Goddess of sex, sensuality, love, beauty and attraction;
  • Frey - Beautiful and powerful God who commands time and prosperity;
  • Frigga - Odin's wife, Goddess of fertility, love and union;
  • Iduna - Guardian goddess of the sacred orchard that contained apples that gave youth and immortality to the Gods;
  • Kvasir - God who was born from the saliva of all Nordic Gods;
  • Loki - God of fire, trickery and mischief;
  • Nana - Goddess wife of Balder and mother of Forseti;
  • Odin - king of all gods, leader of the Aesir and ruler of Asgard;
  • Ran - Goddess who rules the seas;
  • Sif - Goddess of combat skill;
  • Skadi - Nordic goddess of winter;
  • Sun - Sun goddess, Glen's wife;
  • Thor - God of thunder and lightning;
  • Tyr - Germanic God patron of justice;
  • Vali - one of Odin's sons;
  • Vili - Odin's brother;

Names of Egyptian Gods

  • Ammit - Deity of punishment;
  • I love m - God of the air;
  • Ammon - Creator God;
  • Amonet - Goddess of the occult;
  • Anubis - God of the dead and mummification;
  • Anchis - Goddess of the Nile and water;
  • Anchis - Goddess of water and sexuality;
  • Apophis - God of chaos and destruction;
  • Atón - Creator solar god;
  • Bastet - Protective goddess of houses;
  • Bastet - Goddess of fertility and solar eclipses;
  • Bes - God of joy and pleasure;
  • Chu - God of men, light, perfection, heat and dry air;
  • Geb - God of the earth;
  • Hapi - God of the Nile River and;
  • Hapy - God of floods;
  • Hator - Goddess of women, love, joy, heaven, dance and wine;
  • Heh - God of eternity;
  • Heka - Goddess creator of the universe, together with others;
  • Horus - God of War;
  • Horus - God in heaven;
  • Iah - God of the moon;
  • Ihi - God of music;
  • Isis - Goddess of magic;
  • Keb - Creator God;
  • Khepri - self-created solar god;
  • Khnum - God of the creation of the world;
  • Maat - God of truth and justice;
  • Maat - Goddess of justice and balance;
  • Mafdet - Goddess of justice and kings;
  • Meretseguer - Goddess of snakes;
  • Mesquenete - Goddess of childbirth;
  • Me - Goddess of fertility and caravans;
  • Montu - God of War;
  • Necbete - Goddess of the city of the same name;
  • Nefertum - God of beauty and perfumes;
  • Nekhbet - Protective goddess of births and wars;
  • Nut - Goddess of heaven, creator of the universe;
  • Nut - Goddess of the sky;
  • Nephthys - Goddess of rivers;
  • Nephthys - Goddess of the desert and death;
  • Osiris - God of resurrection;
  • Osiris - God of vegetation and beyond;
  • Ptá - God who created the universe, together with others;
  • Quenubis - God of creativity;
  • Frog - Supreme God, of the morning sun, and of the hawks;
  • Sacmis - Goddess of war and disease;
  • Sekhmet - War goddess;
  • Pencil - Official God of Egypt and Greece;
  • Seth - God of violence, war, desert, disorder and snakes;
  • Sexate - Goddess of writing, knowledge, books and drugs;
  • Sia - Goddess of concept and wisdom;
  • Socaris - God of darkness and the underworld;
  • Socáris - God of death;
  • Juice - God of cunning, patience and crisis;
  • Bra - Protective and destructive God of the evil one;
  • Free - Protective goddess of the pharaoh;
  • Free - Goddess of plantations;
  • Sélquis - Goddess of scorpions;
  • Sótis - Pharaoh's mother and sister;
  • Tefnet - Warrior goddess and humanity;
  • Tote - God of wisdom;
  • Tuéris - Goddess of fertility and protector of boats and pregnant women;
  • Téfnis - Goddess of humidity and clouds;
  • Uto - Goddess of vegetation;
  • Apis - God of fertility;
  • Aton - God of the sun in the afternoon;
  • Isis - Goddess of love and magic;

Japanese God Names

  • Amaterasu-Ō-Mi-Kami;
  • Ame-no-Uzume ;;
  • Fūjin;
  • Hachiman;
  • Inari Ōkami;
  • Izanagi;
  • Izanami;
  • Ninigi-no-Mikoto;
  • Omoikane;
  • Raijin;
  • Ryūjin;
  • Suijin;
  • Susanoo-no-Mikoto;
  • Tenjin;
  • Toyotama-hime;
  • Tsukuyomi-no-Mikoto;

Names of Roman Gods

  • Angerona - Goddess of silence;
  • Abeona and Adeona - Goddesses of departure and return, respectively;
  • Eos - Equivalent to Aurora;
  • Spleen - Equivalent to Dionysus;
  • Belona - Goddess of fury in war;
  • Charon - Hades boatman;
  • Ceres - Equivalent to Demeter;
  • Heaven - God of the earth;
  • Cupid - Equivalent to Eros;
  • Diana - Equivalent to Artemis;
  • Asclepius - Equivalent to Asclepius;
  • Fame - God of the public voice;
  • Phoebus - Equivalent to Apollo;
  • Fortune - Equivalent to Tic;
  • Hour - Quirino's wife;
  • Helium - God of the Sun
  • Invidia - Goddess of the sense of envy;
  • Iustitia - Justice God;
  • Janus - God of doors;
  • Juno - Equivalent to Hera;
  • Jupiter - Equivalent to Zeus;
  • Lupercio - Equivalent to Bread;
  • Mars - Equivalent to Ares;
  • Mercury - Equivalent to Hermes;
  • Minerva - Equivalent to Palas Athena;
  • Nemestrino - God of the forests
  • Neptune - Equivalent to Poseidon;
  • Nox - Equivalent to Nix;
  • Pluto - Equivalent to Hades;
  • Proserpine - Equivalent to Pesérfone;
  • Quirino - God of war sabino
  • Saturn - Equivalent to Cronos;
  • Venus - Equivalent to Aphrodite;
  • Vesta - Equivalent to Hestia;
  • victory - Equivalent to Nice;
  • Vulcano - Equivalent to Hephaestus;
  • Somnus - Equivalent to Hipnos;
  • Hercules - Equivalent to Heraccles;

Names of Gods and Deities of Candomblé

  • Olodumare
  • Wish
  • Oxalufon
  • Oxaguian
  • Iemanja
  • Ogunté
  • Oxum
  • Iansã
  • Ogum
  • Oxóssi
  • Omolu
  • Xango
  • Oxumarê
  • Nanã
  • Ossaim
  • Exu
  • Pomba-Gira
  • Ibeji
  • Iroko
  • Logun
  • Oba
  • Yewá
  • Orumila
  • Olokun
  • Olossa
  • Orisha Oko
  • Onilé
  • Ayrà
  • Odudua
  • Egungun
  • Iyami-Ajé
  • Oranian
  • Axabó
  • Ifá
  • Shoroquê/Xoroquê
  • Lissa
  • crazy
  • Gu
  • Heviossô
  • Sakpatá
  • Dan
  • Agué
  • Otolu
  • Agbe
  • Ayizan
  • Agassu
  • Aguê
  • Legba
  • Fa
  • Aziri
  • Possun
  • Bessem
  • Sogbo
  • Tobossi
  • Nanã

Names of the Inca, Mayan and Aztec Gods

  • Aqlla
  • Apu
  • Apu Catequil
  • Apu Illapu
  • Apu Punchaw
  • Ataguchu
  • Cavillaca
  • Chaska
  • Chaska Quyllur
  • Kuka Mama
  • Copacati
  • Iqiqu
  • Hanan Pacha
  • Waqas
  • Apu Inti
  • Ka-Ata-Killa
  • Kay Pacha
  • Kon
  • Mama Hallpa
  • Mama Qucha
  • Mama Uqllu
  • Mama Pacha
  • Mama Killa
  • Manco Capac
  • Unu Pacha Kuti
  • Pacha Kamaq
  • Paria Qaqa
  • Supay
  • Uku Pacha
  • Urcaguary
  • Vichama
  • Viracocha
  • Wichama
  • Sara Mama
  • Ah Puch
  • Bolon Yokte
  • Camazotz
  • Chac Mool
  • Huracán
  • Ixchel
  • Kukulcan
  • Acolmiztli
  • Acolnahuacatl
  • Acuecucyoticihuati (goddess of the seas and flowing waters)
  • Amimitl
  • Atl
  • Atlacamani
  • Atlacoya (goddess of drought)
  • Atlatonin
  • Atlaua
  • Ayauhteotl
  • Camaxtli
  • Centeotl (god of the corn)
  • CentzonTotochtin
  • Centzonuitznaua
  • Chalchiuhtlatonal
  • Chalchiuhtlicue
  • Chalchiutotolin (god of diseases and pests)
  • Chalmecacihuilt (god of the underworld and sacrifice)
  • Chalmecatl
  • Chantico (goddess of domestic fire and volcanoes)
  • Chicomecoatl
  • Chicomexochtli
  • Chiconahui
  • Chiconahuiehecatl
  • Cihuacoatl
  • Cipactli
  • Citlalatonac
  • Citlalicue
  • Ciucoatl
  • Ciuteoteo
  • Civatateo
  • Coatlicue (goddess of life and death)
  • Cochimetl (god of commerce and merchants)
  • Coyolxauhqui
  • Ehecatl
  • Huehueteotl
  • Huitzilopochtli (god of war and state)
  • Huixtocihuatl
  • Ilmatecuhtli (goddess of stars)
  • Itzlacoliuhque
  • ItzliItzpapalotl
  • Ixtlilton
  • Iztaccihuatl
  • Macuilxochitl
  • Malinalxochi
  • Mayahuel
  • Metztli
  • Metzli
  • Mextli
  • Mictlan
  • Mictian
  • Mictlantecuhtli
  • Mixcoatl
  • Nagual
  • Nahual
  • Nanauatzin
  • Omacatl
  • Omecihuatl
  • Ometecuhtli
  • Ometeotl (creator god)
  • Opochtli
  • Patecatl
  • Paynal
  • Popocatepetl
  • Quetzalcoatl (god of the winds)
  • Tlalocan
  • Tecciztecatl
  • Teoyaomqui
  • Tepeyollotl
  • Teteoinnan
  • Tezcatlipoca (god of the night sky and creator of the world)
  • Titlacauan
  • Tlahuixcalpantecuhtli
  • Tlaloc (god of rain, thunder and lightning)
  • Tlaltecuhtli
  • Tlazolteotl
  • Tlillan-Tlapallan
  • Tloquenahuaque
  • Tonacacihuatl
  • Tonacatecuhtli
  • Tonantzin
  • Tonatiuh
  • Tzitzimime
  • Tzizimime
  • Toci
  • Ueuecoyotl
  • Xilonen
  • Xipe Totec (god of fertility and spring)
  • Xiuhcoatl
  • Xiuhtecuhtli (fire god)
  • Xochipilli (god of love, pleasure, arts, flowers and youth)
  • Xochiquetzal
  • Xocotl
  • Xolotl (guide of the dead)
  • Yacatecuhtli
  • Yaotzin

Names of Hindu Gods

  • Trimurti
  • Brahma, God creator of the Universe;
  • Vishnu, conservative God of the Universe;
  • Shiva, God who destroys or transforms the Universe.
  • Beauties
  • Ganesha
  • Krishna
  • Aditya
  • Miter
  • Aryaman
  • Bhaga
  • Varuna
  • Daksha
  • Loop
  • Indra
  • Savitri
  • Followed by
  • Abhaswaras
  • Abhimani
  • Agni
  • Airâvata
  • Amrita
  • Apadma
  • Apsarás
  • Ardjuna
  • Asuras
  • Aswing
  • Avatar
  • Bali
  • Bavani
  • Bod
  • Bodhisattva
  • Bonzo
  • Brahm
  • Brahmin
  • Brahmine
  • Bram
  • Brama
  • Braman
  • Brahmins
  • Brahmanism
  • Brahmin
  • Bhaga (sun god)
  • Caktis
  • Cakya-Muni
  • Calidasa
  • Bed
  • Cartikeia
  • Chardo
  • Civaismo
  • Civaista
  • Cri
  • Dastas
  • Devas
  • Dharma
  • Durca
  • Dusak
  • Emakong
  • Esri
  • Erunia
  • Eruniakcha
  • Ghana (Goddess of the Ganges River)
  • Ganges
  • Garuda
  • Guira
  • Ganesha (god of wisdom, intellect and fortune)
  • Hanza
  • Hanuman (monkey god)
  • Iama
  • Indra (god of heaven, climate and nature)
  • Indrani
  • Indu
  • Isamia
  • Izvara
  • Kala
  • Kali
  • Kalidasa
  • Kalki
  • Kâma (god of love)
  • Kâma-Deva
  • Kamagra
  • Kança
  • Kapila
  • Kartiqueia (god of war)
  • Kchatrya
  • Kchatryani
  • Kusa
  • Kuvera
  • Lakshmi
  • Lukshmi (goddess of prosperity)
  • Mahadeva
  • Manaswamin
  • Manava-Dharma-Sâstra
  • Manu
  • Meru
  • Mitriacs
  • Mudevi
  • Muruts
  • Nandi
  • Ormazd
  • Para-braman
  • Paracu-rama
  • Page
  • Outcasts
  • Parvati
  • Pradjapati
  • Pradyumna
  • Pritivi
  • Puchan
  • Rackshras
  • Rakchas
  • Raam
  • Chandelier
  • Ramaiana
  • Rati
  • Radish
  • Richis
  • Rigveda
  • Ruckmini
  • Rudra
  • Sach
  • Sakra
  • Salamander (elemental)
  • Sama-veda
  • Sani
  • Sarasvati (goddess of wisdom, art, and music)
  • Shashti
  • Sita
  • Scandia
  • Sum
  • Soradeus
  • Sudra
  • Sudrani
  • Surya (sun god)
  • Svarga
  • Tchandra
  • Tchandramas
  • Tchinewad
  • Thug
  • Trimurti
  • Your
  • Tugue
  • Twachtri
  • Ure
  • Urvace
  • Uschas
  • Vacyá
  • Vaixiá
  • Valmiki
  • Vamana
  • Vayú
  • Viaça
  • Virabhabra
  • Vixmism
  • Vixmista
  • Vritza
  • Vyasa
  • Wecya
  • Wecyani
  • Xatria
  • Xatriani
  • Yadiur-veda
  • Yama (god of death)
  • Yoni
  • Zend
  • Zervane-akerene