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Celtic Gods and Goddesses F-M
Britain, Ireland, Gaul, Wales, Scotland

Fagus
(Gaul)- God of beech trees.
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Fand
(Irish)- Pearl of Beauty. Sea Goddess. Goddess of Health and earthly pleasures. Twin Goddess with Liban.
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Fideal
(Scotland)- Water Demon. One of the seductive maidens who, after luring their lovers into the water, dragged them under to drown.
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Flidias
(Irish)- Shape-Shifter. Goddess of the woodlands.
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Fodla
(Gaelic)- One of the trio of goddesses who lent their name to Ireland. The other two were Banbha and Eriu.
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Geofon
(Britain)- Ocean Goddess.
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Goibhniu
(Celtic)- Smith God. One of three craft-gods of the Tuatha De Danaan. The other two were Luchta and Creidhne.
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Govannon
(Wales)- God of smiths and metalworkers.
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Grannus
(Celtic)(Apollo)- God of healing.
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Grian
(Irish)- Goddess of the sun.
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Gwenn Teir Bronn
(Celtic)- Goddess of Motherhood.
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Gwyllion
(Wales)- A spirit of the mountains.
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Gwyn ap Nudd
(Wales)- Lord of the Underworld and master of the wild hunt.
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Hooded Spirits
A triad of Celtic deities who are associated with healing and fertility.
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Icaunus
(Gaul)- Spirit of the river Yonne.
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In Dagda
(Daghdha)(Irish)- Leader of the Gods.
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Latis
(Britain)- Goddess associated with water.
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Leucetios
(Celtic)- God of thunder.
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Liban
(Irish)- Twin Goddess with Fand. Goddess of health and earthly pleasures.
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Lir
(Wales)(Oceanus/Poseidon/Neptune)- Llyr. God of the sea.
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Lleu
(Wales)(Lugh)- God of light.
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Luchtaine
(Celtic)- God of wheel making and war.
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Lud
(Celtic)- River God.
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Lugh
(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.
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Luxovius
(Gaul)- God of the waters of Luxeuil.
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Mabon
(Celtic)(Apollo)- The Son of Light. Hunter God. God of liberation, harmony, music and unity.
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Mac Da Tho
(Irish)- God of the otherworld.
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Macha
(Irish)- One of the Morrigan. War Goddess. Death Goddess. Crone aspect of the Triple Goddess.
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Madb
(Irish)-.Goddess of war.
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Manannan mac Lir
(Celtic)- God of the ocean and fertility.
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Maponos
(Celtic)- God of youth.
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Mare
(Irish)(Epona)- Horse Goddess. Bringer of dreams.
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Math ap Mathonwy
(Wales)- God of sorcery.
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Matres
(Matronae)(Celtic)- Mother Goddess.
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Medb
(Irish)- Goddess of war.
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Modron
(Wales)- Divine Mother. Mother Goddess.
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Mog Ruith
(Celtic/Irish)- God of the Sun.
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Morrigan
(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.
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Murigen
(Irish)- Lake Goddess.
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