Celtic Gods and Goddesses F-M
Britain, Ireland, Gaul, Wales, Scotland
(Gaul)- God of beech trees.
(Irish)- Pearl of Beauty. Sea Goddess. Goddess of Health and earthly pleasures. Twin Goddess with Liban.
(Scotland)- Water Demon. One of the seductive maidens who, after luring their lovers into the water, dragged them under to drown.
(Irish)- Shape-Shifter. Goddess of the woodlands.
(Gaelic)- One of the trio of goddesses who lent their name to Ireland. The other two were Banbha and Eriu.
(Britain)- Ocean Goddess.
(Celtic)- Smith God. One of three craft-gods of the Tuatha De Danaan. The other two were Luchta and Creidhne.
(Wales)- God of smiths and metalworkers.
(Celtic)(Apollo)- God of healing.
(Irish)- Goddess of the sun.
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(Celtic)- Goddess of Motherhood.
(Wales)- A spirit of the mountains.
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(Wales)- Lord of the Underworld and master of the wild hunt.
A triad of Celtic deities who are associated with healing and fertility.
(Gaul)- Spirit of the river Yonne.
(Daghdha)(Irish)- Leader of the Gods.
(Britain)- Goddess associated with water.
(Celtic)- God of thunder.
(Irish)- Twin Goddess with Fand. Goddess of health and earthly pleasures.
(Wales)(Oceanus/Poseidon/Neptune)- Llyr. God of the sea.
(Wales)(Lugh)- God of light.
(Celtic)- God of wheel making and war.
(Celtic)- River God.
(Irish)(Mercury)- Lord of Every Skill. Lugh of the Long Arm. The sun god. God of light, metallurgy, crafting, weaving and harvesting. Protector of the weak.
(Gaul)- God of the waters of Luxeuil.
(Celtic)(Apollo)- The Son of Light. Hunter God. God of liberation, harmony, music and unity.
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(Irish)- God of the otherworld.
(Irish)- One of the Morrigan. War Goddess. Death Goddess. Crone aspect of the Triple Goddess.
(Irish)-.Goddess of war.
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(Celtic)- God of the ocean and fertility.
(Celtic)- God of youth.
(Irish)(Epona)- Horse Goddess. Bringer of dreams.
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(Wales)- God of sorcery.
(Matronae)(Celtic)- Mother Goddess.
(Irish)- Goddess of war.
(Wales)- Divine Mother. Mother Goddess.
(Celtic/Irish)- God of the Sun.
(Morrigu)(Irish)- Great Queen. Phantom Queen. Crone aspects of the Triple Goddess. Goddess of battle, strife, and fertility. The Morrigan appears as both a single goddess and a trio of goddesses. The other deities who form the trio are Badb ("Crow"), and either Macha (also connotes "Crow") or Nemain ("Frenzy"). High Queen. Goddess of the Tuatha Dé Danann.
(Irish)- Lake Goddess.
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