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Goddesses in alphabetical order.

A-C D-G H-K L-M N-P Q-S T-Z

Nagini Jain (Indian) Goddess.

Nairamata Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means no soul. She stand upon a corpse, she is usually associated with color black and her attributes are arrow, club, cup and knife.

Nambi Buganda (Africa) Goddess, who is a daughter of king of heaven, and a first human woman.

Nana-Buluku Benin (West Africa) Goddess of creation.

Nammu Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylionia-Akkadian) Goddess of birth and watery deeps.

Nantar Mesopotamian (Sumerian) messenger Goddess, whose name means fate. Sometimes seen as a male.

Nana Armenian mother Goddess.

Nanaja Mesopotamian (Babylonian-Akkadian) Goddess of fertility and war.

Nanna Nordic vegetation Goddess.

Nanse Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess of justice and dreams.

Nantosuelta Celtic (Gallic) Goddess of water, whose name means winding river. She is also domestic guardian deity, linked with ravens and underworld.

Nappinnai Hindu-Dravian (Tamil) Goddess.

Naradatta Jain (Indian) Goddess of learning.

Narasinhi Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess.

Narisah Manichaean Goddess of light, also called virgin of the light.

Naunet Egyptian primordial Goddess.

Nebethetpet Egyptian primordial Goddess.

Negun Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess.

Nephele Greek Goddess of the clouds and mother of the centaurs.

Nehalennia Romano-Celtic Goddess of sea farmers

Neith Egyptian creator Goddess, who is also mother of Egyptian rulers.

Nekhbet Egyptian (Upper) mother Goddess.

Nekmet Awai Egyptian Goddess of justice.

Nemesis Greco-Roman Goddess of justice and revenge. With the Furies, she transports souls of the damned to Tartarus. In some texts it said that Zeus raped her, and she gaved birth Helen, the Trojan queen.

Nemetona Romano-Celtic Goddess of sacred groves.

Nephthys Egyptian funerary Goddess. She guides dead Egyptian rulers through dark under world.

Nerrivik Eskimo Goddess of sea, and mother of all sea creatures.

Nerthus Danish Goddess of fertility and peace.

Nina Babylonian Goddess of the watery deep, her name meaning enclosure of fish.

Nike Greco-Roman Goddess of victory.

Nikkal Western Semitic (Syrian) Goddess of moon.

Nin Ezen (La) Sumerian Goddess of healing.

Nin Mar Ki Mesopotamian (Sumerian)

Nin Mar Ki Mesopotamian (Sumerian) mother Goddess.

Nin Me En Mesopotamian (Sumerian) mother Goddess.

Ningal Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) reed Goddess, whose name means great queen.

Ningikuga Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) Goddess of reeds and marshes. Her name means lady of the pure reed.

Ninhursaga Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) mother Goddess. Her name means queens of the mountains, and she is also Goddess of fertility and midwifery.

Nin-Imma Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) fertility Goddess.

NinŽinsinna Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) fertility Goddess.

Ninkurra Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) mother Goddess.

Ninlil Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess of the air and of grain.

Ninmah Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) mother Goddess.

Ninmena Mesopotamian (Sumerian) mother Goddess, whose name means lady of the crown.

Ninni Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess.

Nin-sar Mesopotamian (Sumerian) mother Goddess.

Ninsikil Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess of mythical paradise land of Dilmun.

Ninsubur Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) messenger Goddess, who is sometimes seen as a male.

Ninsun(a) Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) cow Goddess, whose name means lady wild cow.

Nintinugga Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess.

Nintu Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) mother Goddess.

Nirmali Kafir (Afghanistan) Goddess of birth.

Nirrti Hindu (Vedic and Puranic) destructive Goddess of darkness, whose name means destruction. She is associated with pain, misfortune and death, and is much feared by many Hindus.

Niruktipratisamvit Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess of etymological analysis. She is usually associated with color and her attributes are chain and lotus.

Nissaba Mesopotamian (Sumerian) Goddess of writing, wisdom and vegetation.

Nispannatara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess.

Nona Roman Goddess of birth.

Nokomis Algonquin native American (USA) mother Goddess.

Nortia Etruscan Goddess of fate.

Nrtya Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) mother Goddess, whose name means dance.

Nsonso Bangala (Zaire, central Africa) Goddess of moon.

Nu Kua Chinese creator Goddess.

Nunbarsegunu Mesopotamian (Sumerian and Babylonian-Akkadian) obscure mother Goddess.

Nut Egyptian creator Goddess.

Nyakaya Shilluk (Sudan) crocodile Goddess.

Nyavirezi Rwanda (central Africa) lion Goddess.

Nyx Greek Goddess of night, whose sons are Hypnos, God of sleep, and Thanatos, God of death.

Oduduwa Yoruba (Nigerian, West Africa) creator Goddess. Also Goddess of war.

Ogma Irish mother Goddess.

Ola Bibi Hindu plague Goddess, especially cholera.

Onuava Celtic (Gallic) Goddess of fertility.

Ops Greco-Roman Goddess of harness. She is also associated with proper growth of seeds.

Olokun Yuruba (Nigeria, West Africa) Goddess of the sea, also called owner of the sea.

Onatha Iroquois native American (USA) Goddess, who was abducted to underworld by evil spirits, but was later rescued.

Oshun Brazilian African-American Goddess of fountains, love and wealth.

Ortia Spartan mother Goddess.

Ostara Germanic sun Goddess She is celebrated on vernal equinox (also called Ostara), second festival of natural year.

Ostaraki Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means covering.

Osun Yoruba (Nigerian, West Africa) river Goddess. She is guardian of river Osun and also Goddess of healing.

Oya Yoruba (Nigerian, West Africa) Goddess of rivers, storms and thunder. Guardian of the river Niger.

Papa Maori Goddess, who is mother to all of the Gods. Her name means earth.

Paca-Mama Inca (Peru, South America) chthonic earth Goddess. Her name means earth mother.

Padma Hindu Goddess, whose name means lotus.

Padmatara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess.

Pakhet Egyptian Goddess of hunting.

Pales Roman pastoral Goddess, also guardian of flocks and herds.

Pallas Athene Greek Goddess, also known as Athena.

Panceraksa Group of Buddhist spell Goddesses.

Pansai Mata Hindu mother Goddess, who is said to inflict sickness on children under age of seven.

Papatuanuku Polynesian (including Maori) chthonic mother Goddess.

Parcea Greco-Roman Goddess of fate.

Parendi Hindu (Vedic) Goddess of prosperity.

Pariskaravasita Buddhist Goddess, whose name means control of purification. She is usually associated with color yellow and her attribute is jeweled staff.

Parna-Savari Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means dressed in leaves. She is usually associated with colors yellow and green and her attributes are arrow, ax, flower, noose and staff.

Partula Roman Goddess of birth.

Parvati Hindu (Epic and Puranic, India) mother Goddess. She is also Goddess of fertility and her name means daughter of the mountains. Her son is Ganesha, God of wisdom.

Patadharini Buddhist Goddess of passage, who watches over curtains and doorways. Her name means bearing a cloth, she is usually associated with color blue, and her attribute is curtain.

Pattinidevi Hindu (Singhalese, Sri Lanka) mother Goddess, whose name means queen of Goddesses. She also guards against diseases.

Pax Roman Goddess of peace, and her name means peace.

Pandora In Greek mythology, first woman who is responsible of all misfortunes of mankind.

Phoebe Greek Goddess, who is one of the Titans.

Peitho Greek Goddess of persuasion.

Pele Polynesian (Hawaiian) Goddess of volcanoes.

Perse Greek chthonic underworld Goddess.

Persephone Greek Goddess, who Hades, God of the underworld, abducts to the underworld to be with him. She is queen of the underworld and chthonic death Goddess.

Phul Mata Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess, who gives sickness to children.

Pidray Canaanite and Phoenician fertility Goddess.

Pinikirz Elamite (Iran) mother Goddess.

Pistis Primordial female force, who ruled before cosmos was created. Pistis means faith.

Poleramma Telegu (India) Goddess of plague, especially smallpox.

Poluknalai Kafir (Afghanistan) Goddess of animals.

Pomona Roman Goddess of orchards, gardens and fruit trees.

Potina Roman Goddess, who gives infants ability to drink.

Prabhakari Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess, whose name means light-maker. She is usually associated with color red and her attribute is a staff.

Pracanda Form of Hindu Goddess Durga. Paranda means furious.

Pradhana Hindu (Epic and Puranic) mother Goddess. Her name means most important.

Pradipatara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess of light.

Prajna Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means wisdom.

Prajnaparamita Buddhist Goddess, who is associated with color white and her attributes are book, cup, knife and red lotus.

Prajnapti Jain (Indian) Goddess of learning. Her name means teaching.

Pramudita Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess. Her name means delighted, she is usually associated with color red and her attributes are jewel and staff.

Pranasakti Hindu Goddess, who rules centers of physical life. Her attribute is cup filled with blood.

Pranidhanavasita Buddhist Goddess, whose name means control of abstract contemplation.

Prasannatara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess. She is usually associated with color yellow.

Prasuti Hindu Goddess.

Pratibhanapratisamvit Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddess of context analysis.

Pratisamvit Group of four Buddhist (Vajrayana) Goddesses of logical analysis.

Pratyangira Terrifying Hindu Goddess. Her name means whose speech is directed westward.

Prende Albanian Goddess of love.

Priti Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess, whose name means pleasure.

Priyadarsana Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess, whose name means pleasant to the eye.

Proserpina Roman Goddess of death and queen of the underworld.

Providentia Roman Goddess of forethought.

Proxumae Group of Romano-Celtic guardian Goddesses.

Prsni Hindu (Vedic) primordial earth Goddess.

Prthivi Hindu (Vedic, India) mother Goddess of earth.

Pudicita Roman Goddess of chastity.

Pukkasi Buddhist (Vajrayana) and Lamaist (Tibet) Goddess of terrifying appearance.

Punarvasu Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune.

Punitavati Hindu Goddess, whose name means purified.

Puranai Dravian (Tamil, southern India) Goddess, whose name means fullness.

Purandhi Hindu (Vedic) Goddess of prosperity.

Purvabhadrapada Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune.

Purvaphalguni Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune.

Purvasadha Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune.

Puspa Buddhist-Lamaist (Tibet) mother Goddess, whose name means flower.

Puspatara Buddhist (Mahayana) Goddess.

Pusti Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fertility.

Pusya Hindu (Epic and Puranic) Goddess of fortune.

Puta Roman Goddess of agriculture.

 

Goddesses in alphabetical order.

A-C D-G H-K L-M N-P Q-S T-Z

 

 


Sources:

Michael Jordan, Encyclopedia of gods 2002

Michael Senior, WhoŽs who in mythology 1985

Elizabeth Hallan, Mytologian Jumalat (Gods and Goddesses, 96) 1997

Nigel Pennick, the Pagan book of days 1992


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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