Akhilandeshvari — Hindu Goddess Never— Not— Broken Amaterasu — Japanese sun Goddess Annapurna — Hindu Goddess of Food and Nourishment Aphrodite /Venus — Greek Goddess of love and beauty Artemis/Diana — Greek/Roman Goddess of the hunt, virginity, and childbirth, twin sister of Apollo, and an Olympian, often associated with the moon Astarte — Phoenician Goddess of fertility, sexuality, and war Athena — Greek Goddess of wisdom, defensive and strategic wars Bast — Egyptian solar and war Goddess (in the form of a cat) Baubo — Greek Goddess of mirth, jests, and bawdy humour. A bawdy body goddess, sexuality and play (in an adult sense) and ribald humour, the power of life (in a manifest sense) and procreation and enjoying — even flaunting — flirtation and sexuality. Also the one who teasingly, laughingly tempted Amaterasu out of her cave -ie, brings us out of intellect and isolation into our physical selves and connection. (At least, this is how I understand her.) The Goddess of Having A Good Time! Brighid — Celtic Goddess of poetry, healing, and crafts (especially smith-work), holy wells and eternal flames Cerridwen — Celtic Goddess of transformation, of the cauldron of inspiration, of prophecy Cybele — Greek Earth Mother Danu — Irish Mother Goddess Demeter — Greek Goddess of the harvest and of grain, mother of Persephone Durga — Hindu Great Goddess, Divine Mother Eos — Greek Goddess of the dawn Ereshkigal — Mesopotamian Goddess of Darkness, Death, and Gloom Flora — Roman Goddess of flowers Fortuna — Roman Goddess of fortune Freya or Freyja — Norse Goddess of fertility, sexual liberty, abundance, and war Frigg — Norse Goddess of marriage, household management, and love, Queen of Heaven, and wife of Odin Gaia/Earth Mother — The Greek Goddess Gaia is the primordial Goddess of earth, mother and grandmother of the first generation of Titans Hathor — Egyptian Goddess of the Milky Way, Mother Goddess, Goddess of childbirth and death Hecate — Greek Goddess of witchcraft and magick, crossroads, and the harvest moon Hestia — Greek Goddess of the hearth and domestic life Hel — Norse Goddess daughter of Loki and the giantess Angrboda, Queen of the Dead Hera — Roman Goddess of the Hearth, of women, and of marriage Inanna — Sumerian Goddess of sexual love, fertility, and warfare Isis — Egyptian Mother Goddess, matron of nature and magick, Goddess of creativity and the underdog Ishtar — Mesopotamian Goddess of sexual love, fertility, and war Juno — Roman Queen of the Gods and Goddess of matrimony Kali — Hindu Goddess of Time and Death, slayer of demons, protectress (As Kali Ma: Divine Mother Goddess) Kore — Greek Maiden Goddess of bountiful Earth (See also Persephone) Kuan Yin , Kwan Yin Ma , Quan Yin — Chinese Goddess of Mercy and Compassion Lakshmi — Hindu Goddess of Wealth and Fertility (Goddess as Mother/Sustainer) Lalita — Hindu Goddess of Beauty Luna — Roman Goddess of the Moon Ma'at — Egyptian Goddess, personified concept of truth, balance, justice, and order Mary — Mother Goddess, Queen of Heaven, Goddess of Femininity Maya — Hindu Goddess of Illusion and Mystery Minerva — Roman Goddess of wisdom and war Morrigan — Celtic war Goddess Nut — Egyptian Goddess of heaven and the sky and all celestial bodies Parvati — Hindu Divine Mother, the embodiment of the total energy in the universe, Goddess of Power and Might Pele — Hawai'ian volcano Goddess, Destroyer and Creatrix Persephone — Greek Goddess daughter of Demeter, Queen of the Underworld, also a grain— Goddess, Maiden Goddess Radha — Hindu Divine Mother Rhiannon — Celtic Goddess of the moon Rosmurta — Celtic/Roman Goddess of abundance. She is also the Goddess of Business Success. Saraswati — Hindu Goddess of Knowledge, the Arts, Mathematics, Education, and cosmic Wisdom (Creatrix) Sedna — Inuit Goddess of the Sea and Queen of the Underworld Selene — Greek Goddess of Moon Shakti — Hindu primordial cosmic energy, Great Divine Mother Shekina — Hebrew Goddess of compassion in its purest form (feminine aspect of God) Sita — Hindu Goddess representing perfect womanhood Sol — Norse Sun Goddess Sophia — Greek Goddess of wisdom Spider Woman — Teotihuacan Great Goddess (Creatrix) Tara — Hindu, Mother Goddess, the absolute, unquenchable hunger that propels all life. Tara, Green — Buddhist female Buddha, Tibetan Buddhism - compassion, liberation, success. Compassionate Buddha of enlightened activity Tara, White — Buddhist Goddess known for compassion, long life, healing and serenity; also known as The Wish— fulfilling Wheel, or Cintachakra Tara, Red — fierceness, magnetizing all good things Tara, Black — power Tara, Yellow — wealth and prosperity Tara, Blue — transmutation of anger Tiamat — Mesopotamian dragon Goddess, embodiment of primordial chaos (the Velvet Dark) Uma — Hindu Goddess of power, the personification of light and beauty, embodying great beauty and divine wisdom Vesta — Roman Goddess of the hearth Voluptas — Roman Goddess of pleasure Yemaya — Yoruban Mother Goddess, Goddess of the Ocean White Buffalo Calf Woman — Lakota GoddessTo access info on more Pagan Goddess names from various cultures, see A Small Dictionary of Pagan Gods & Goddesses.
Crone Goddess — Title used for Wiccan Goddesses of death, rebirth, and wisdom, such as Cerridwen, and Hecate. Signifying wisdom, mystery, the Gates between the Worlds, etc. Earth Goddess — Title used for embodiments of the Earth, such as Greek Goddess Gaia, Demeter, Cybele. Great Mother Goddess — Creatrix existing in most religions, under various names such as Demeter, Gaia, Isis, Parvati (also Great Goddess, Great Mother, Divine Mother). Moon Goddess — Title used for Goddesses of the Moon, such as Luna, Selene, and Artemis. Mother Goddess — Title used for the bountiful embodiment of the Earth (see Earth Goddess). Signifying life, procreation, fecundity, abundance, etc. Maiden Goddess — Title used for Goddesses who personify the youthful energy of spring, such as Kore, Diana (also Virgin Goddess) Queen of Heaven — Title used for Virgin Mary, Asherah, and possibly other Great Mother Goddesses Queen of the Underworld — Title used for Ereshkigal, Persephone, and possibly other Death Goddesses Star Goddess — Primary Goddess, Creatix of All Triple Goddess — Worshipped since the 7th millennium BC as the Goddess in three aspects—as a young woman, a birth— giving matron, and an old woman (Maiden— Mother— Crone). Passed down through the ages into virtually all religions:Virgin Goddess — Title used for Goddesses who are solitary, choosing to stand alone, without consorts. Signifying Spring, beginnings, innocence, purity, etc. See also Maiden Goddess.
- Parvati-Durga-Uma (Kali) in India
- Ana-Babd-Macha (the Morrigan), and Brighid in Ireland
- Hebe-Hera-Hecate, the three Moerae, the three Gorgons, the three Graeae, and the three Horae in Greece
- the Fates or Fortunae in Romans
- the Norns to the Vikings
- Diana Triformis to the druids
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