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Celtic Gods and Goddesses C-E
Britain, Ireland, Gaul, Wales, Scotland


Cailleach
(Irish)- Mother of All. Death Goddess. Crone form of the Celtic Goddesses. Ancient Goddess of the pre-Celtic peoples of Ireland. Goddess of earth and sky, moon and sun, seasons and  weather.
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Camma
(British)- Goddess of the hunt.
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Camulus
(Gaul)(Mars)- Camulos. War God.
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Carlin
(Scotland)- She was the spirit of the eve of Samhain (Halloween).
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Carman
(Irish)- A destructive witch. Goddess of evil magic. She had three equally destructive sons: Dub ("darkness"), Dother ("evil"), and Dian ("violence").
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Caswallawn
(Celtic)- War God.
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Cenn Cruaich
(Gaelic)(Zeus)- Heaven God.
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Cernunnos
(Gaul)(Pan)- Master of the Hunt. Fertility God. God of the woodlands, prosperity, revelry, underworld, fertility, wealth and of animals. Horned God of virility.
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Cerridwen
(Wales)- Goddess of dark prophetic powers. Keeper of the Cauldron of the Underworld.
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Cliodna
(Gaelic)- Goddess of beauty and the otherworld.
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Clota
(Celtic)- River Goddess.
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Cocidius
(Britain)(Silvanus/Mars)- Hunting God. God associated sometimes with forests, hunting and with war.
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Condatis
(Britain)- River God. God who personified the waters.
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Coventina
(Britain)- Goddess who personified a holy spring that had healing powers.
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Creidhne
(Celtic)- God of metalworking and smithing. One of the trio of craft-gods of the Tuatha De Danaan, as were Goibhniu and Luchta.
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Cu Chulain
(Celtic)- God of heat and light.
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Cuda
(Britain)- Mother goddess.
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Curio mac Daire
(Celtic)- Sun God.
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Cyhiraeth
(Celtic)- Goddess of Springs.
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Dagda
(Cian)(Celtic)(Cronus)- The Good God. All-father. Supreme God. God of the earth and treaties. Ruler over life and death.
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Daghdha
(Irish)- Leader of the gods.
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Damona
(Gaul)- Goddess of fertility and healing.
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Dana
(Celtic)- Danu. Earth Goddess. Mother Goddess of the Tuatha Danann. One of the Morrigan. War Goddess. Virgin aspect of the Triple Goddess with Brigid as mother and Badb as crone.
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Deae Matres
(Celtic)- Trinity of Mother Goddesses who rule fertility and creation.
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Dea Matrona
(Celtic)- Goddess of the river Marne.
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Dea Sequana
(Celtic)- Goddess of the river Seine.
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Dewi
(Wales)- The Red Dragon God.
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Dhonn
(Irish)- Lord of the Underworld.
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Diancecht
(Irish)- God of healing and health. Physician of the Tuatha de Danann.
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Dis Pater
(Gaul)- Father of the Gauls.
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Don
(Welsh)(Danu)- Mother Goddess.
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Dwyn
(Celtic)- God of Love.
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Edain
(Celtic)(Epona)- Goddess of horses.
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Eostre
(Anglo-Saxon)- Goddess of spring, rebirth, children. Protectress of fertility.
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Epona
(Gaul)- Fertility Goddess. Bringer of dreams. Goddess of horses, mules, and cavalrymen.
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Eriu
(Irish)- Goddess for whom Ireland is named.
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Esus
(Gaul)(Mercury/Mars)- Agriculture God. God of commerce.
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Etain
(Irish)- Sun Goddess.
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Ethne
(Irish)- Goddess that subsisted on the milk from a sacred cow.
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