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Celtic Gods and Goddesses A-B
Britain, Ireland, Gaul, Wales, Scotland



Abarta
(Irish/Celtic)- Performer of Feats. A member of the Tuatha Dé Danann.
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Abellio
(Gallic)- God of apple trees.
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Abhean
(Irish/Celtic)- Harper of the Tuatha Dé Danann.
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Abnoba
(Gaul)(Diana)- River Goddess. Forest Goddess. Goddess of the hunt.
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Achall
In Irish legend, Achall was a loving sister who died of sorrow when her brother was killed in battle.
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Achtan
The Irish heroine who bore Cormac, the king.
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Achtland
In Celtic legend, this mortal queen could not be satisfied with human men, so she took a giant as her spouse.
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Adsagsona
(Celtic)- Goddess of the underworld and of magic.
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Adsullata
(Celtic)- River Goddess.
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Aericura
(Celtic)- Underworld Goddess.
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Agrona
(Celtic)- Goddess of strife and slaughter.
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Ai
(Irish)- Aoi Mac Ollamain. Poet god of the Tuatha Dé Danann.
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Aibell
(Irish)- Aoibhell. Fairy Goddess.
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Aifa
(Irish)- Goddess and Queen of the Shadow Lands.
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Aimend
(Irish)- Sun Goddess.
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Aine of Knockaine
(Irish)- Moon Goddess. Cattle Goddess. Patroness of crops and cattle.
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Airmed
(Irish)- Goddess of the Tuatha de Danaan. Goddess of witchcraft, medicine, healing and herb lore.
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Amaethon
(Welsh)- God of agriculture.
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Ambisagrus
(Celtic)(Jupiter)- God of heaven.
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Ancamna
(Celtic)- Water Goddess.
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Andarta
(Gaul)- Warrior and Fertility Goddess.
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Andraste
(Britain)- Warrior Goddess. Goddess of victory.
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Angus Mac Og
(Irish)- Young son. Harpist of the Tuatha de Danann. God of youth, love, beauty.
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Annwn
(Britain) The otherworld.
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Anu
(Irish)- Ancestor Goddess. Virgin aspect of the Triple Goddess.
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Arawn
(Welsh)- God of the underworld.
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Arduinna
(Gaul)(Diana)- Goddess of the moon, hunting, and forests.
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Ardwinna
(Celtic)- Goddess of the forests.
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Arianrhod
(Wales)(Artemis)- Goddess of the moon. Magician Goddess, who like Artemis lived in orgiastic maidenhood surrounded entirely by women, although it is also said she lived a wanton life, mating with mermen. She was the most powerful of the children of the mother goddess Don. Her palace is the Corona Borealis.
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Arnemetia
(Celtic)- Water Goddess.
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Artio
(Celtic)- Goddess of wildlife, bears and the bear cult. Depicted in the form of a bear.
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Arvernus
(Gaul)- God of the Arverni.
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Aufaniae
(Celtic)- Mother Goddesses.
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Avalloc
(Celtic)- King of the otherworldly kingdom of Avalon.
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Aveta
(Gaul)- Goddess of birth and midwifery.
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Badb
(Irish)- One of the Morrigan. War Goddess. Crone aspect of the Triple Goddess. Depicted in the form of a raven with a crimson (bloody) mouth.
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Balor
(Irish)- God of death.
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Banba
(Banbha)(Irish)- Earth Goddess. Fertility Goddess. Warrior Goddess. Goddess of war. Part of the triad that included Eriu and Folta (Fodla).
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Beag
(Irish)- Goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann.
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Bebhionn
(Irish)- Underworld Goddess. Patron of pleasure.
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Belatucadros
(Britain)(Mars)- Fair Shining One. God of war and of the destruction of enemies.
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Belenus
(Gaul)(Apollo)- Bel or Belenos. The Shining One. God of light, sheep and cattle.
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Belisama
(Celtic)(Minerva)- Goddess of light and fire, the forge and of crafts.
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Beltene
(Irish)- God of death.
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Bile
(Celtic)- Belenus. Belanos. Beli. God of light and healing. Patron of sheep and cattle.
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Blathnat
(Irish)- King of the Underworld.
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Boann
(Irish)- She of the White Cows. Water Goddess. Goddess of rivers and fertility.
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Bodb
(Irish)- Goddess of battle.
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Borvo
(Gaul)(Apollo)- God of healing and hot springs.
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Branab Llyr
(Celtic)- God of the sea, sailors, waves, storms, dead.
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Branwen
(Welsh)(Aphrodite/Venus)- Love Goddess. Goddess of love and beauty.
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Brea
(Irish)- Minor God of the Tuatha de Danann.
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Bres
(Gaelic)- God of fertility and agriculture.
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Bride
(Scotland)- The Celtic Irish Brigid.
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Brigandu
(Celtic France)- The Celtic Irish Brigid.
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Brigantia
(Celtic Briton)- The Celtic Irish Brigid. Goddess of the seasons, poets, smiths, women in childbirth.
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Brigid
(Celtic)- Bridget. Brighid. Brigindo. One who exaults herself. Great Mother Goddess. Warrioress and Protectress. Mother aspect of the Triple Goddess. Three-fold Goddess, Brighid's three aspects are (1) Fire of Inspiration as patroness of poetry, (2) Fire of the Hearth, as patroness of healing and fertility, and (3) Fire of the Forge, as patroness of smithcraft and martial arts. Goddess of the Sacred Flame of Kildare and often is considered to be the White Maiden aspect of the Triple Goddess. Personifies a bride, virgin or maiden aspect and is the protectoress of women in childbirth. Patroness of the Druids. Goddess of fertility, agriculture, animal husbandry, medicine, crafting, music, therapy, metalworking, and poetic inspiration.
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Britannia
(British)- Tutelary Goddess.
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Bronach
(Irish)- Goddess of cliffs.
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Buxenus
(Gaul)- God of boxtrees.
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