Celtic Gods and Goddesses N-Z
Britain, Ireland, Gaul, Wales, Scotland
(Gaul)- Protective Goddess. Goddess of nature and water.
(Celtic)- Fertility Goddess. Patroness of the Family. Goddess of the underworld and nature.
(Gaul)- Goddess of the sea.
(Gaul)- God associated with the Springs of Nimes.
(Celtic)- Goddess of sacred groves or shrines.
(Britain)(Nuada)- River God. God of healing.
(Irish/Celtic)(Neptune)- Nudd or Ludd. Silver Hand. Chieftain God of healing, the Sun, childbirth, youth, beauty, ocean, dogs, poetry, writing, sorcery, magic, weapons, and warfare.
(Britain)- King of the elves.
(Angus)(Irish)(Cupid)- God of fatal love.
(Celtic)- God of eloquence, writing, communication, poetry and learning.
(Celtic)- Ogmios Sun-Face. Patron god of scholars. Personification of eloquence and persuasiveness. God of poetry, charm and incantation.
(Celtic)- God of bards.
(Wales)- Maid of Annwn. Great Queen. Mistress of the Singing Birds. The Welsh counterpart of Gaulish horse Goddess Epona and of sovereignity.
(Gaul)- God of oak trees.
(Gaul)- Queen of death. Goddess of fire, fertility, wealth, warmth, and abundance. A flower queen and hater of marriage. Goddess who was the native consort of the Mercury.
(Celtic)- River Goddess of the river Severn.
(Celtic)- Souconna. River Goddess.
(Irish)- Warrioress of the Underworld.
(Gaul)- God of war and victory.
(Celtic)- Sequana. Goddess of the river Seine.
(Irish)- Siannon. Goddess of the river Shannon.
(Celtic)- Goddess of fertility.
(Celtic)- Sea God.
(Gaul)- Goddess of healing, astronomy.
(Celtic)- War God.
(Gaul)- God of agriculture and forests and a hammer god.
(Celtic)- Goddess of hot springs.
(Britain)(Minerva)- Goddess of healing.
(Celtic)- Earth Goddess.
(Celtic)- Goddess of fresh waters.
(Gaul)- Thunderer. Thunder God. Master of the sky. God of the wheel, thunderstorms. Associated with forces of change.
(Celtic)- Sea God. God of the otherworld.
(Gaul)(Mars)- The God of the Tribe. God of fertility, war, and wealth.
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(Irish)- Race of gods.
(Celtic)- Goddess of the river Wharfe.
(Britain)- God of wisdom.
(Gaul)- God of the Vosges Forest.
(Icaunis)(Celtic)- River God.
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