God who taught children their first word.
Goddess of fame and rumor, both good and bad.
God of butchers.
Sky and water god of the Bambara people. He became pregnant by the rocking of the universe, and he gave birth to various twins, the ancestors of the human race. Returns to earth every 400 years to verify that everything is still in order.
The triple goddesses of fate and destiny, they have the task of determining the lifespan and events of mortals (and possibly the gods). The Fates are: Clotho, the spinner of the thread of life, Lachesis, the measurer, who chooses one's lot in life and determines how long that life will be, and Atropos, the cutter who snips the thread of life, leading, of course, to death. There is some evidence that the Fates are older than the gods and control their destinies as well.
Earth-mother and fertility goddess. Usually identified with Bona Dea, Ops, or Tellus.
God of the wilds and fertility. He is identified with the Greek Pan. Also the protector of cattle.
Goddess who protects livestock herds.
God of the west wind, the herald of spring. Equivalent to the Greek Zephyrus.
Goddess who protects agains fevers.
God of the underworld and purification. Month of February named after him.
Fei Lian China
God of the winds. Depicted as a dragon with the head of a stag and tail of a snake.
Goddess of success.
Feng Bo China
'Earl of the Wind'. Human form of Fei Lan.
Feng Po-po China
Goddess of the Wind.
Fenrir Norse Also known as Fenris.
The great wolf, child of Loki and Angrboda, who will eventually devour Odin on Ragnarok. The Aesir bound him with chains to prevent his destructive rampages, but it is foretold that on Ragnarok he will escape.
Fire and fertility goddess.
Goddess of freedom and a successful harvest. She was often worshipped by slaves.
Goddess of faithfulness and good faith. She was invoked during the signing of treaties.
Goddess of spring and the blooming flowers. She is associated with the Greek Chloris.
God of fountains, wells and springs.
Goddess of the baking of bread.
God of justice who settles court disputes in his gilded hall.
Goddess of good fortune, she was originally a deity of blessing and fertility.
Goddess of love, beauty and sensuality. She is the patroness of sexual encounters, as well as the foremost goddess of fertility and birth.
God of fertility, sun and rain. He is a member of the Vanir, and is the brother of the love-goddess Freya. He is considered a gentle and kind god, but also a fierce warrior.
Wife of Odin and the goddess of marriage and fertility. She is rumoured to know the destiny of all creatures but never to reveal it.
God of fire and wisdom, he is the patron protector of the people and the god of Astrology. Seen as an ugly old man surrounded by fire, with a sword in one hand and a rope in the other.
God of vitality, vegetation and gaiety. Similar to Dionysus and Bacchus.
Shinto god of the wind. Seen as a terrifying dark demon in a leopard skin, with a bag of winds over his shoulder.
Shinto god of wisdom, luck and prosperity.
Goddess of lightning.
The boat-spirit, she is a goddess who protects and helps mariners and fishermen.
The carriers of divine justice, the Furies punish crime until the guilty is dead, often driving their victims to suicide. They are particularly concerned with parenticide. The Furies are: Tisiphone, Megaera, and Alecto.
Goddesses of vengance. Equivalent to the Greek Erinyes.
Goddess of thieves.
God of fire and lightning, later became a war god and general of Ameratsu.
God of happiness, one of the San-xing. Often seen in the blue clothes of a civil servant and in the company of children, or in his symbolic form of a bat.