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Celtic Ireland - God & Goddess Names


Aine | goddess of love

Banbha | one of the trio of goddesses who lent their name to Ireland

Boann | goddess of water and fertility; bore Oenghus to the Daghda

Brigit (Brighid) | goddess of fertility, healing, and poetry

Cian | the father of Lugh

Cliodna | goddess of beauty and the Otherworld

Creidhne | god of metalworking; one of the trio of craft-gods of the Tuatha De Danaan

Daghda | god of the earth; leader of the Tuatha De Danaan

Danu | goddess who is a version of the Great Mother; mother of the Tuatha De Danaan

Dian Cecht | god of crafts and healing

Donn | god of the dead; the "dark one"

Eriu | another of the three goddesses after which Ireland was named

Fodla | third of the trinity of goddesses of Ireland

Goibhniu | god of the smith; one of three craft-gods of the Tuatha De Danaan

Luchta | god of wrights; one of the triad of craft-gods of the Tuatha De Danaan

Lugh | god whose name means "shining one"

Macha | goddess of war and fertility; called "Macha the crow"

Morrigan | goddess of war and death; had a triple aspect; wife of the Daghda

Nechtan | water-god whose sacred well was a source of knowledge

Néit | god of war; husband of Nemhain

Nemhain | goddess of war and battle

Nuada | one of the kings of the Tuatha De Danaan

Oenghus | god of youth and love

Ogma | god of eloquence and language

Tuatha De Danaan | the Irish race of gods who descended from the goddess Danu; patrons of magic and arts

Related Information - More Celtic Mythology Names

 

 
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