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Contents

  • Veli Joze (Croatian) - giant

Albanian

  • Perendi - thunder god
  • Perit - nature spirit (f); mountains; white
  • Prende - love goddess; consort of Perendi
  • Shurdi - storm god
  • Stihi - fire dragon
  • Tomor - wind god
  • Verbti - blind fire god/demon

Demons

  • Aerico - devil that inhabits trees and attacks those nearby
  • En - a god, demoted to a demon
  • Kulsheder - male counterpart to Kulshedra, land-based
  • Kulshedra - hag, water demon
  • Kukuth - disease demoness
  • Ljubi - demoness, takes all water for her garden, demands human sacrifice

Baltic

  • Amberella - ocean goddess
  • Klaboterman - Kobold
  • Leib-Olmai - forest spirit; Alder Man; guardian; bear
  • Patollo - warrior/chief god
  • Perkuno - thunder god
  • Pikullos - destroyer demon god (Pikuls)
  • Potrimpos - god of happiness
  • Saule - sun goddess
  • Yambe-Akka - Old Woman of the Dead; guards underworld

Latvian

  • Ausekelis - moon, Venus god
  • Ceroklis/Cerklicing - fertility god
  • Darzamat - garden goddess
  • Dekla - fate goddess
  • Delka - gentle goddess that cradles newborn
  • Deving Iching - horse god
  • Dievs - supreme god
  • Joda mate - mother of evil one
  • Jumis - sky/plant god
  • Jurasmate - female nature spirit, Mother of Sea, guards sea creatures
  • Karta - fate goddess
  • Laima - good/bad luck, fate; childbirth
  • Laukumate - Mother of Fields; birth/death goddess
  • Mara - demon
  • Meness - moon god
  • Mezasmate - forest goddess; Mother of Forest; guardian spirit
  • Mezavirs/Mezadeva - forest god; same as Mezasmate?
  • Moschel - crow god
  • Nelaima - destiny goddess
  • Perkons - Perkunas
  • Piluitus - fertility god
  • Udensmate - Mother of Water (fresh)
  • Ugunsmate - Mother of Fire
  • Usins - horse, light, bee god; astral god?
  • Vadatjas - evil spirit; crossroads
  • Vejasmate/Veja Mate - Mother of Wind
  • Velu Mate - queen of the dead
  • Yumis - corn spirit
  • Zeme Mate - creator of Earth

Lithuanian

  • Amberella - Beautiful maiden captured by sea prince, gives amber
  • Aspelenie - household goddess snake that protects cooking area from rodents
  • Ausaitis - health god
  • Ausera/Ausrine - dawn goddess; similar to Eos
  • Austeja - bee goddess
  • Breksta - night/darkness goddess
  • Bubilas - bee goddess
  • Diviriks - rainbow god
  • Dugnai - goddess of baking & liqour
  • Gabija - guardian spirit of fire, female counterpart Gabijaujis
  • Gabijauja - demon or crop deity
  • Gabijaujis - guardian spirit of fire
  • Ganiklis - shepherd god
  • Giltine - death goddess; like strangulation
  • Giraitis - male nature spirit; forest; counterpart Medeine
  • Jurate - Mermaid
  • Kastytis - Courageous fisherman
  • Kirnis - spirit of cherry trees
  • Kotre - nature spirit
  • Kovas - war god
  • Krumine - grain god
  • Kursis - corn spirit
  • Laume - hag that rides in iron wagon; tried to steal from Perun; fae of fate
  • Matergabiae - fire/home god
  • Medeine - nature spirit (f); mistress of forest; counterpart Giraitis
  • Menu/Menulis - moon god
  • Milzinas - giant
  • More - nature spirit (f)
  • Patrimpas - God of water
  • Perkunos/Perkuns - God of thunder (Taranis?)
  • Pilnytis - wealth god
  • Pramzimas - supreme god; sent giants of wind & water to destroy mankind
  • Pusait - wood spirit that hides in lilacs
  • Puskaitis - fruit god
  • Ruginis - nature spirit; corn spirit
  • Rugiu Boba - female counterpart of Ruginis; autumn goddess
  • Telavel - god of iron/smiths; forged the sun
  • Zemepatis - Master of Earth; nature spirit
  • Zemyna/Zemina - Mistress of Earth; fertility; life/birth goddess
  • Zvoruna - hunt/animal goddess

Basque

  • Aide - wind goddess
  • Akerbeltz - avatar of Mari
  • Atxular - son of Mari
  • Basajaun - nature spirit, trickster (Homme de Bouc), teaches agriculture/iron
  • Basandra - wife of Basajanu
  • Eate - fire god, storms
  • Editse/Benzozia - mother goddess
  • Ekhi - sun goddess
  • Euri - rain spirit
  • Herensuge - 7-headed dragon
  • Izaki/Ilargi/Ilazki - moon goddess; apotheosis of the moon
  • Lahe - health goddess
  • Lur/Lurbira/Ama Lur - earth goddess; mother of sun and moon
  • Maiju - snake spirit
  • Mari - supreme goddess
  • Mikelotz - son of Mari
  • Orko - thunder god
  • Sugaar - Mari’s consort
  • Torto - Cyclops
  • Urtzi - sky god

Demons

  • Aatxe/Etsai - evil spirit/devil
  • Erge - evil spirit
  • Gaueko - lord of darkness & wind; possibly a black dog
  • Inguma - spirit of death
  • Itsaso - evil sea goddess

Finno-Ugric

  • Inmar Votyak - sky goddess

Cheremis

  • Aga Kurman - a keremet
  • Agun Kuguza - spirit, inhabits buildings
  • Bica Kuba - Old Woman of Animal Pen, livestock spirit
  • Bica Kuguza - Old Man of Animal Pen, livestock spirit
  • Cembulat - a keremet
  • Codra Kuba - Forest Old Woman, invisible spirit
  • Codra Kuguza - Forest Old Man, invisible spirit
  • Copakin - a keremet
  • Curpan sert - a keremet, stump devil
  • Eprem Kuguza - a keremet
  • Ibaska - a keremet
  • Iksa Keremet - spring keremet, poisons waters
  • Jamsener - a keremet, freshwater springs
  • Jer Kuba - Old Lake Woman
  • Jer Kuguza - Old Lake Man
  • Joskar Ser - a keremet, Red Bank
  • Jucuzo - a keremet
  • Kuge Kubar - a keremet
  • Makar - a kerement, field devil
  • Turek Kuguza - a keremet
  • Udur Sert - a keremet
  • Vanuska - a keremet

Estonian

  • Ai/Aike - thunder god
  • Ehaema - mother of twilight
  • Hamarik - dusk goddess
  • Jarvevana - Old Lake Man
  • Jutta - bird queen
  • Koit - Dawn god
  • Laurits - fire god
  • Libahunt - werewolf
  • Lummutis - wraith
  • Maaema - mother Earth
  • Metsik - forest sprite, mischief
  • Pikne - God of thunder
  • Taevataat - heaven god
  • Vanapagan - giant
  • Vanemuine - God of music; as Vainamoinen

Demons

  • Ebajalg - demon whirlwind
  • Eksitaja - evil forest spirit
  • Hall - malaria god
  • Juudaline - demon
  • Kalmuneiu - girl from land of the dead
  • Kurat - the Devil
  • Marras - death spirit
  • Metshaldjas - nature spirit; forest demon, cry heralds disaster

Finnish

  • Agras - god of twins
  • Ahti/Ahto/Kaukomieli/Lemminikainen - God of streams and seas
  • Akka - harvest goddess; wife of Ukko; death goddess; Earth mother
  • Akkruva - river goddess; mermaid?
  • Akras - god of plants
  • Antero Vipunen - primeval giant, magic
  • Avfruvva - river goddess
  • Gid-Kuzo - protector of cattle
  • Ilma - god of air; father of Lounnotar
  • Ilmarinen - great smith; son of Ilmatar
  • Ilmatar - Spirit of the air, invented
  • Joukahainen - frost giant (or mortal?)
  • Juksakka - goddess of birth
  • Jumala - supreme god; thunder god
  • Kave/Kaba/Kava - sky god; spirit of fate
  • Kekri - cattle god
  • Kied-Kie-Jumbel - reindeer god
  • Kildisin - birth goddess
  • Ku Uasa - water god
  • Kuu - moon goddess
  • Leib-Olmai - luck god
  • Luonnotar - nature/creator goddess; same as Ilmatar?
  • Luot-Chozjik - benevolent (f) spirit, guardian of reindeer
  • Madderakha - childbirth goddess
  • Mara-Halddo - sea spirit
  • Menninkainen - gnome
  • Metsanhaltia - nature spirit; forest ruler
  • Metsanneitsyt - nature spirit; young woman, gets men lost
  • Mielikki - Tapio’s wife
  • Nyyrikki - hunting god, son Tapio
  • Otava - bear god
  • Otso - Bear demi-god
  • Paivatar - day/summer goddess
  • Pekko - God of fields and agriculture
  • Pellervo - harvest god
  • Puleh - son of Kaba; messenger of gods; similar to Nabu
  • Rahko - time god
  • Rauni - fertility goddess; wife of Ukko
  • Sampsa Bellervoinen - god of sowing season that flees North and must be dragged back
  • Sarakka - assistant midwife goddess
  • Suonetar - blood goddess
  • Suvetar - goddess of the south winds
  • Tapio - Forest god, animals
  • Tellervo - goddess of forests
  • Thermes - thunder god
  • Tonttu - house spirit; fortune demon
  • Tounetar - Wife Tuoni
  • Tuoni - God of Underworld
  • Tursas - war god (Tiwaz?)
  • Tuulikki - animal goddess
  • Tuulikki - daughter Tapio, forest spirit
  • Ukko - God of heaven and thunder
  • Uksakka - goddess of midwives
  • Ulgan - sky god
  • Vellamo - wife Ahti, sea goddess
  • Vendenemo/Veden Emo - water goddess

Demons

  • Aiatar/Ai/Ajatar/Aitvara - female evil wood dragon
  • Erlik - underworld god
  • Hiisi - Giant demon, forest spirit/guardian, minor god; servant of Lempo
  • Kalma - death goddess
  • Kipu-Tytto - goddess of illness
  • Kivutar - goddess of disease; daughter Tuoni; sister Loviatar, Kipu-Tytto
  • Kiyamat-Tora - judge of the dead
  • Lempo - goblin or the Devil
  • Louhi - evil goddess; sorceress of Pohja; goddess of fog and wind
  • Louthi - ice giantess
  • Loviatar - blind disease goddess
  • Ovda/Ouda - malignant spirit; forests; naked, feet backwards; make people dance to death
  • Paha - demon
  • Perkele - Lithuanian god; the Devil; possibly same as Ukko; thunder/fire god
  • Piru - goblin
  • Sjotroll - sea troll
  • Surma - violent death god
  • Vammatar - suffering goddess (possibly disease)
  • Yambe Akka - woman of the dead

Hungarian

  • Boldogasszony - virgin goddess of mothers & children
  • Fene - God of darkness
  • Guta - demon of lust and pleasure
  • Hadur - war/smith god
  • Isten/Istanu - God of light
  • Nagy Asszony - Great Queen goddess
  • Viz-Anya - female water spirit
  • Viz-Ember/Viz-Murt - water man; lakes
  • Viz-Leany - lesser water spirit (f)
  • Xatel Ekwa - war/sun goddess
  • Xoli Kaltes - dawn/warrior goddess

Sami

  • Aske/Manna - moon god
  • Beiwe - summer solstice/war/sun goddess
  • Cacce-Olmai - fish god of water; destructive if not sacrificed to
  • Horagalles - as Ukko
  • Jabbmeaaakka - death queen
  • Juksakka - birth goddess
  • Luot Hozjit - summer goddess
  • Madderakka - goddess of women
  • Miehts-Hozjin - nature spirit; dark with tail; forest, leads men astray
  • Poshjo Akka - winter goddess
  • Raedie - chief god
  • Raedieahkha - Raedie’s wife
  • Rana Neida - spring goddess
  • Raudna - goddess that takes reindeer sacrifices; similar to Freya; as Rauni
  • Ravgga - fish god; oracle
  • Saaraahka - love/women’s goddess
  • Stalo - giant
  • Uksakka - door goddess
  • Yame-Akka - underworld goddess

French

  • Balena - female sea monster
  • Bayard - Magic horse
  • Bullebak - boggle
  • Cerastes/Hornworm - horned serpent
  • Croquemitaine - boggle
  • Dormette, La - sleep spirit
  • Iguma - evil spirit, chokes sleepers to death
  • Ki Du - black dog
  • Mallebron - fairy servant of Oberon
  • Nain Rouge - red dwarf; house spirit
  • Oberon - King of faeries
  • Oriande - fairy that raises Maugris and becomes his lover
  • Pacolet - dwarf
  • Tarasque - dragon
  • Yan-gant-y-tan - demon

Giants

  • Aenotherus - giant bodyguard of Charlemagne
  • Balan - giant
  • Bringuenarilles - giant
  • Bruyer - giant
  • Chalbroth - giant
  • Chernubles de Munigre - giant
  • Dis Samothes - giant
  • Enay - giant
  • Eryx - giant
  • Etion - giant
  • Faribroth - giant
  • Ferragus - Giant foe of Orlando
  • Gabbara - giant
  • Galatea - giant
  • Galathes - giant
  • Galemelle - giant
  • Gambrivius - giant
  • Gargam - giant
  • Gargantua - Giant
  • Gayoffe - giant
  • Gemmagog - giant
  • Goset Magos - giant
  • Grandgousier - giant
  • Happemousche - giant
  • Herminon - giant
  • Hok Braz - giant
  • Hunnus - giant
  • Hurtaly - giant
  • Ingaevon - giant
  • Istaevon - giant
  • Lustucru - ogre
  • Micromegas - giant
  • Morguan - giant
  • Offotus - giant
  • Pantagruel - Giant
  • Porus - giant
  • Quaresmeprenant - giant
  • Sarabroth - giant
  • Secundilla - giant
  • Vandaluus - giant

Lusitanian

  • Ares Lusitani - horse god
  • Ataegina - spring, rebirth, nature, healing, moon goddess
  • Bormanico - hotsprings god
  • Cariocecus - war god
  • Dercetius - mountain god
  • Duberdicus - fountain god
  • Endovelicus - supreme god; safety, health god
  • Nabia - water goddess
  • Nantosvelta - fire, fertility goddess
  • Runesocesius - javelins god
  • Tongoenabiagus - Oath fountain god
  • Trebaruna - warrior goddess; death/fate/heroics
  • Turiacus - god of power

Romany

  • Ana - Fairy queen, kidnapped by demon
  • Beng - forest devil
  • Bibi - death goddess; appears as barefoot tall woman in red dress
  • Bitoso - disease demon, son Ana and demon king
  • Lilyi - disease demoness, child of Ana, wife Melalo, fish body
  • Lolmischo - disease demon, son Ana
  • Melalo - disease demon, two-headed green bird
  • Minceskro - disease demon (f)
  • Poreskoro - disease demon
  • Schilalyi - disease demon (f)
  • Tcaridyi - disease demon (f)
  • Tculo - disease demon

Shakespearean

  • Pease Blossom - flower fairy
  • Titania - Fairy queen

Slavic

  • Afi (Abkhazian) - rain/thunder god; women can’t say his name
  • Albasta - goddess of evil
  • Albastor - giant/ghost
  • Azer Ava - justice goddess
  • Belobog/Balbog - God of light/sun; related to Norse Balder?
  • Berstuk - Evil forest god
  • Besu - evil god or a devil
  • Bozaloshtsh - female messenger of death
  • Cislobog - Moon goddess
  • Crnobog - Dark god of woe
  • Dajbog/Dazbog - Sun god; son of Svarog
  • Debena (Slovakian) - forest goddess
  • Deiwas (Prussian) - A god
  • Devana (Slovakian) - hunt goddess
  • Dodol - air god(dess)
  • Dola/Dolya - fate goddess
  • Dziewona - Diana
  • Flins - Death god
  • Gorska Makua (Bulgarian) - wood hag
  • Gorynych - dragon
  • Hors/Khors - Winter sun god
  • Jarilo - God of plants, spring, war, harvest
  • Juthrbog - Moon god
  • Karewit - Protector god
  • Kauks (Prussian) - A god
  • Kricco - field spirit; fruit god
  • Krsnik - protector god against werewolves and vampires
  • Krukis - nature spirit, guardian domestic animals
  • Kupala - water/joy goddess
  • Kupalo - fire/sex goddess
  • Kurke (Prussian) - god of agriculture; a weevil
  • Kutkinnaku - culture spirit, man or raven, teaches hunting, fishing, fire
  • Lada (Romanian) - goddess of spring; wife of Lado
  • Lado (Romanian) - sun god; husband of Lada
  • Laukosargas (Prussian) - god of fields; similar to Polish Lawkapatim
  • Likho - one-eyed demoness; personification of evil
  • Marina - moon goddess
  • Marowit - God of nightmares
  • Marzanna - witchcraft goddess
  • Marzyana - earth mother; as Ceres
  • Matergabia - household fairy (f)
  • Mati-Syra-Zemlya - earth goddess
  • Mmokos/Mokusa - goddess of sheep
  • Muma Padura - wood nymph; benevolent
  • Myersyats - moon goddess
  • Nocnitsa - night spirit, torments children, afraid of iron
  • Oynyena Maria - Fiery Mary; fire spirit; attends Perun
  • Ozwiena - goddess of echoes
  • Perun - Thunder god
  • Peseias - household spirit
  • Podaga - Weather god, fishing, hunting, farming
  • Poludnitsa - field goddess
  • Porewit - God of law and judgment
  • Radegast - God of hospitality
  • Rozanica - winter goddess
  • Rugiwit/Rugevit - war god; similar to Radigast
  • Sarkany - dragon
  • Sieba - fertility/love goddess; wife of Siebog
  • Siebog - god of love and marriage
  • Solntse - war goddess
  • Stribog - wind god
  • Svarog - fire dragon
  • Svetovid/Svantovit - God of war and abundance, fate
  • Swaikstiks (Prussian) - A god
  • Tabiti - Fire goddess
  • Triglav - Three-headed god
  • Ukapirmas (Prussian) - Creator god
  • Veles - God of earth/water/underworld/magic
  • Vesna - spring goddess
  • Zaria - sun goddess
  • Zirnitra - black dragon god of sorcery
  • Ziva - goddess of life
  • Zmek - guardian angel
  • Zmey - evil dragon fought by Svarog

Polish

  • Boruta - female spirit of fir trees
  • Datan - field spirit
  • Dziwitza - forest spirit (f), young woman with pack of hounds
  • Kremara - nature spirit, pig guardian, worked with Priparchis, takes beer as offering
  • Kurwaichin - guardian spirit of lambs
  • Lawkapatim - field spirit; goddess presiding over the field; similar to Datan
  • Marzanna - field spirit (f), fruit (or winter?)
  • Modeina - guardian spirit of forests
  • Nija - Death god
  • Ohyns - monster child
  • Priparchis - nature spirit; animal guardian
  • Rübezahl - woodwose or mountain spirit of Giant Mountains
  • Siliniets - forest spirit
  • Smok Wawelski - dragon
  • Sudz - Destiny god
  • Varpulis - wind/storm god; Stribog?
  • Walgino - nature spirit; cattle
  • Yarilo - love god
  • Zezda Dennitsa - goddess of Morning Star
  • Zezda Vechernyaya - goddess of Evening Star

Russian

  • Araptes - female forest spirit, appears after nightfall
  • Ataman - chief of nature spirits
  • Bannik - spirit of baths
  • Chlevnik - a domovoi
  • Chudo-Yudo - dragon
  • Gorynich - dragon
  • Goryshche - 12-headed dragon
  • Jer Bodez - invisible lake spirit
  • Jer Oza - an Obda, lake master
  • Jut Bodez - guardian angel, protects sleepers
  • Kaschei - dragon or goblin
  • Kosmatushka - magic horse
  • Kul-Jungk - spirit guardian of freshwater fish
  • Kurinyi Bog - spirit in stone, guardian of hens, counters Kikimora
  • Mikula - giant
  • Nicolai Chudovortis - winter spirit
  • Nules-Murt - nature spirit; leshii
  • Obin-Murt - kiln spirit; like Gabijaujis
  • Ratainitsa - domestic spirit (f)
  • Sivushko - great horse
  • Solovei Rakhmatich - half bird, half man
  • Tugarin - giant
  • Vorys-Mort - giant
  • Vu-Kutis - benevolent water spirit
  • Vu-Murt - Water Man
  • Vu-Nuna - benevolent water spirit
  • Zmei Gorynich - serpent, human head

Demons

  • Azren - angel of death (Azrael?)
  • Baba Yag - hag
  • Jersuk - wind demon
  • Juste Muze - disease demon
  • Juste Muze Uder - female disease demon
  • Kazna Peri - Treasure Devil
  • Keltemas - evil forest spirit
  • Kladovik - demon; treasure guardian
  • Koschei the Deathless - Skeleton monster, cannot be killed
  • Koz Nedek - earache demon
  • Kudeiar - evil spirit, guards hidden treasure
  • L’esak - evil forest demon; can grow giant, illusions
  • Morozko - frost demon; hides in fir trees; shatters trees
  • Nalet - devil
  • Tchort - Devil
  • Uda - a devil; warded with iron
  • Vu-Vozo - water demon
  • Xuda Sila - evil spirit
  • Yanki-Murt - water demon

Serbian

  • Dodola - rain goddess
  • Gromovit - thunder/harvest god; Perun?
  • Nesreca - spirit of evil fate
  • Oosood - Birth spirit (f); pronounces child’s destiny
  • Sreca - spirit of good fate

Siberian

  • Abakan-Khan - rain/storm god
  • Ajysyt/Liaksit - goddess of childbirth and cattle
  • As-Iga - benevolent water spirit, old man
  • Baj Bajaniai - god of forests, hunters
  • Cholmus - creator of animals
  • Cinei - sea goddess
  • Doh Yenisi - god-like magician
  • Ec - creator; supreme god
  • Esege Malan - western sky god
  • Ilmarinen - dwarf, underworld metal worker
  • K’daai/K’daai Maqsin - fire demon or smith spirit, introduced smelting
  • Khotun - birth goddess
  • Khuran-Nojon - rain god
  • Khuri Edzhin - music god
  • Kou Njami - war goddess
  • Kudia - sky god
  • Lemminkkainen - trickster spirit, brings merriment
  • Lietna'irgin - spirit of the dawn
  • Mamaldi - underworld goddess; first woman; gave shamans souls
  • Manzan Gormo (Burait) - mother goddess that creates Milky Way
  • Mir Susne Khum - sun god
  • Num (Vogul) - supreme god of Seventh Heaven
  • Numi Tarem - sky god
  • Picvu'cin - hunter spirit; rides in chariot drawn by mice
  • Sakhadai Noin - fire god
  • Tenato'mni - creator god
  • Tsi - justice goddess
  • Tuil - god of earthquakes
  • Tule (Zande) - water trickster god
  • Ukulan-Tojon - powerful nature spirit; waters
  • Ulgan - god of heaven
  • Ulu Tojon - thunder god
  • Yryn-aja-tojon - supreme creator; challenged Satan; created the Earth
  • Zonget - hunting/bird goddess

Demons

  • Alicha - black dragon, tried to eat moon
  • Ama - goddess of the underworld and of darkness
  • Arakho - dragon
  • Arson Duolai - god of dead; devourer of souls; disease
  • Erlik - demon, human misery, tempts first woman
  • Ke’lets - fierce demon, hunts men using dogs; death demon
  • Khadau - underworld god; first man; created shamans
  • Khosadam - evil goddess; former wife of Ec, driven from heaven for adultery; devours souls in underworld

Spanish

  • Chokmah - wisdom goddess
  • Estantigua - night demoness, wears white robes, says prayers, attacks all travelers
  • Matronit - chastity goddess
  • Nubero, El - evil weather spirit; long beard, animal skins
  • Trasgu, El - brownie, dwarf, red clothes

Dragons

  • Coca - fire breathing dragon (f)
  • Cuelebre, El - winged serpent, treasure spirit in mountains, uses enchantment
  • Guita - dragon
  • Storsjoodjuret - lake serpent
  • Tarasca - dragon (the Tarasque?)

Giants

  • Basa-Andre - ogress
  • Basa-Jaun - ogre
  • Bobalicon - ogre
  • Caravinaigre - giant
  • Coco - ogre/bogie
  • Orribes - giant
  • Zangarron, El - giant