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The meaning of her Goddess name has been lost. Rhiannon (Celtic) âA Celtic Goddesses of fertility, linked with the
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(Sumerian) - Goddess of Attalu, the land of the dead and ancestral memories. lion Freya (Nordic) - Goddess of love, beauty, fertility, war, wealth, divination and magic. Danann.
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Daughter of the earth goddess Gaia and the sky god Uranus, and known as “the mother of gods”.
FELICITAS: this is the name of a goddess of Irkalla, the land of the dead.
Plato fancifully derived her name from
The goddess of fame, gossip and renown. "battle, fight" hence "armored warrior woman.".
In mythology, this is the name of a sea In
Variant spelling of Hebrew Asenath,
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Morrigan (Celtic) - The terrifying crow Goddess associated with war and death on the battlefield. Aether. Her name means âchiding love.â Ceridwen, Caridwen, Kerritwen, Keridwen, Kyrridwen are other variations of her name.
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There are numerous spellings of her name including Halje Hell, Hel, Helle, Hela and Holle.
names that are experiencing a resurgence in popularity.
Graves described The White Goddess as "a historical grammar of the language of poetic myth".
Primordial sea monster goddess, the daughter of Gaia and Pontus and mother of sea monsters.
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Morrigan was also known as Morgane, Morrigu, Morrighan, Mor-Rioghain and Morrigna.
Her name means rainbow in her native language.
moon, night and death.
There are beautiful statues of this Goddess in Kos, the home of Hippocrates who is considered the âfather of modern medicine.
She was one of the daughters of Zeus and Hera. Our modern word clemency stems from the ideals this Goddess represents.
Gaia (Greek) - Goddess of the Earth and prophecy.
Variant form of Hebrew Acĕnath, meaning "belonging to the goddess (Greek) - Ancient, Goddess of wisdom and prudence.