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Goddess names are found in all of our ancient cultures. This area of my site is dedicated to unravelling the origins and meanings behind these ancient names. This is also a great way of delving deeper to find more information on many of the world's most famous Goddesses. Aine Celtic — Goddess of love, growth, cattle and light. Her name means bright.
The name Anya comes from this Goddess. Aphrodite Greek - The beautiful Goddess of love and fertility.
No man could resist Aphrodite when she wore her magic girdle. Her name means foam born or raised from foam as she was birthed from the churning sea. Arianrhod Celtic - Goddess of fertility, rebirth and the weaving of cosmic time and fate. Other common spellings of her name are Aranhod and Arianrod. Artemis Greek - An independent spirit, she is Goddess is of the hunt, nature and birth.
Asteria Greek - Goddess of sexy goddess names stars, she escaped the advances of Zeus by changing into a quail. She is also mother of Hecate the Goddess associated with witches and magic. Atalanta Greek - A very competitive warrior Goddess, adventurous and amazing runner who could not be beaten by a man. She was turned into a lion by the jealous Aphrodite. Other spellings of this name also include Atlanta. Athena Greek - Goddess of war and wisdom and domestic crafts. Badb Celtic - A shape-shifting, warrior goddess who symbolises life and death, wisdom and inspiration.
She represents an aspect of Morrigan. Bast Egyptian - The famous cat Goddess, she protected pregnant woman and children. Bast was a very sensual Goddess who enjoyed music, dance and perfume. Her name comes from the bas jars used to store perfumes and ointments.
Baubo Greek - A bawdy, crone Goddess who lifted her skirt in front of Demeter. Blodeewedd Celtic — She was created by magic, from nine blossoms to break a curse that prevented Llew Llaw from a human wife. Branwen Celtic — The Welsh goddess of love. Cailleach Bheur Celtic — The hag, destroyer goddess who ruled over disease, death, wisdom, seasonal rites and weather magic. Cerridwen Celtic - Goddess of moon, magic, agriculture, nature, poetry language, music, art, science and astrology.
She was also keeper of the cauldron. Clemencia Roman — Goddess of forgiveness and mercy. Our modern word clemency stems from the ideals this Goddess represents. Names related to this include Clementine and Clemence.
Coventina Celtic — Goddess of the sacred waters, her shrine is found in Northumberland. She is also linked to fairy hills and a tribe of ancient deities known as Tuatha de Danaan. Demeter Greek - Goddess of the harvest who possessed great knowledge of the best way to grow, preserve and harvest grain. She was also the devoted mother sexy goddess names Persephone. Diana Roman - Goddess of the hunt and wild animals. She later took over from Luna as the Roman Goddess of the moon, responsible for fertility and childbirth.
The name Diana means "heavenly divine," reflecting her celestial role. Dike Greek - Goddess of judgement and justice. Discordia Roman — Goddess of discord and strife. This word is still used in modern Italian to ify a quarrel or disagreement. Eirene Greek - This Greek Goddess name means peace in her native language, expressing her diplomatic nature. Her name also often appears as Irene.
Elen Celtic — Known as Elen of the ways sexy goddess names appears in the the Mabinogion. Here she magically built highways for her soldiers to protect the country against invaders. E os Greek - A sunny natured Goddess whose name means dawn. Epona Celtic - Protector of horses, donkeys, and mules. She was also an ancient fertility Goddess. Ereshkigal Sumerian - Goddess of Attalu, the land of the dead and ancestral memories. Her name translates as "great lady under the earth. Eris Greek - This Goddess personifies the energies of strife, discord, contention and rivalry.
Flidais Celtic — The woodland goddess, protectoress of wild animals and cattle. Flora Roman — Goddess of flowers. Today the word "flora" is used to indicate all plantlife. Freya Nordic - Goddess of love, beauty, fertility, war, wealth, divination and magic. Her name comes from the ancient Norse word for lady or mistress.
There are several variations of the spellings of this Goddess name including: Freyja, Freyr and Freyja. Frigg Nordic - Goddess of marriage, childbirth, motherhood, wisdom, household management and weaving and spinning. Gaia Greek - Goddess of the Earth and prophecy.
She is the primordial mother and a personification of Mother Earth. She gave birth to the Titans. Her name is also spelt Gaeo. Hathor Egyptian - This heavenly cow's areas of influence included music, dancing, joy and fertility. Her name translates as "house of Horus".
She was one of the daughters of Zeus and Hera. Her role was to serve the nectar and ambrosia to the Gods and Goddesses that prevented them from aging. Hekate Greek - Goddess of the wild places, childbirth and the crossro. She is closely associated with magic and witchcraft. Her name is said to be derived from the Greek word hekas meaning "far off" describing her unworldly, shamanic nature. Hella Nordic - The fearsome Goddess of the Nordic realm of the dead.
Her name is derived from the word kel, meaning "to conceal. Hemera Greek - The Primordial Goddess of daylight. Henwen Celtic — A fertility goddess whilst in the form of a magical sow, birthed strange litters. Hera Greek - Queen of the Olympians and Goddess of marriage and birth. The meaning of her Goddess name has been lost. Hygieia Greek - Goddess of health, cleanliness and sanitation. Her name also forms part of the word, hygiene. Inanna Sumerian - Goddess of love, war, and fertility.
Inanna was the personification of the morning and evening star. Her beautiful name means "lady of the sky. Indunn Nordic - Goddess of youth and springtime. Her name means she who renews and has several alternative spellings including Indun, Iduna and Idhunna. Iris Greek - Goddess of the rainbow and messenger to the Gods. Her name means rainbow in her native language. Isis Egyptian - This famous Goddess has so many different aspects, her most important roles are as Goddess of life and magic.
Many other Goddess sexy goddess names have been lost as Isis took over their roles and titles. Juno Roman - Goddess of marriage, pregnancy and childbirth. She protected the finances of the citizens of Rome.
Her name is a mystery; it speaks of a contradictory role for this Goddess, before her alignment to the matronly, Greek Goddess, Hera. Juventas Roman — She is the maiden Goddess associated with rejuvenation and the protection of young men during their rites of passage into adulthood. Her name derives from the Latin word iuventas meaning youth. Kali Hindu - The fearsome demon destroying Goddess who represents death and rebirth. Her name means the "black one.
Lakshmi Hindu - Goddess of abundance of material and spiritual wealth. Luna Roman — A beautiful Goddess of the moon, sexy goddess names name still has links to this celestial body today, we need only think of the word lunar. Maat Egyptian - Goddess of truth, justice and balance. She prevented the creation from reverting to chaos and judged the deeds of the dead with her feather.
Mabb Celtic — As Queen Mabb, she was midwife to the fairfolk. Macha Celtic — A wild goddess who battles on behalf of woman and children against injustice. Maeve Celtic — A great, Irish, warrior queen. Maia Greek - Spring Goddess and the eldest and considered the most beautiful of Atlas's seven daughters. She is also the name of one of the stars that make-up the constellation known as the Pleiades. Metis Greek - Ancient, Goddess of wisdom and prudence. Minerva Roman - Goddess of wisdom, medicine and crafts. Mnemosyne Greek - The Goddess linked to memory and the mother of the Muses.
Morrigan Celtic - The terrifying crow Goddess associated with war and death on the battlefield. She was queen of phantoms, demons, shape-shifters and patroness of priestesses and Witches.Sexy goddess names
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