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Polytheistic peoples in areas with much thunder, or areas where thunder precedes drought - breaking rain, may postulate a thunder god.

 EUROPEAN GODS OF THUNDER
Adad Storm God of Thundery Weather (Mesopotamian deity)
Ishkur (Mesopotamian mythology)
Jofur (Roman mythology) 
Perendi  (Albanian mythology)
Perkunas (Lithuanian mythology)
Perun (Slavic mythology)
Pyerun (Slavic mythology)
Thor (Norse mythology) 
 ASIAN GODS OF THUNDER
Adad (Babylonian-Assyrian mythology) 
Ajisukitakahikone  (Japanese mythology) 
Baal-Hadad (Syrian mythology) 
Ishkur (Babylonian-Assyrian mythology) 
Lei Gong (Chinese mythology)
Lei-zi (Chinese) - Goddess
Parjanya (Hinduism)
Raiden  (Japanese mythology) 
Raijin (Japanese mythology) 
Raitaro (Japanese mythology) 
Susano-o (Japanese mythology) 
Teshub (Hurrian mythology) 
Xiu Wenyin (Chinese) - Goddess
 EURASIAN GODS OF THUNDER
Ambisagrus (Gaulish mythology)  
Aplu (Etruscan mythology)   
Brontes (Greek mythology)  
Gebeleizis  (Dacian mythology)  
Horagalles  (Sami mythology)   
Indra (Hinduism)  
Jupiter (Roman mythology)   
Leucetios (Gaulish mythology)  
Parjanya (Hinduism)  
PerŽndi (Albanian mythology)   
Perkunos (Balto-Slavic; Lithuanian Perkunas, Slavic Per(k)un)  
Perkwunos (Indo-European mythology)  
Summanus (Roman mythology)   
Taranis (Pan-Celtic)  
Tarhunt (Hittite/Luwian mythology)   
Tuireann (Irish mythology)  
Ukko (Finnish mythology)   
Zeus (Greek mythology)  
Zibelthiurdos (Thracian mythology)  
 GODS OF THE AMERICAS
Ah-Peku (Maya mythology)
Aktzin  (Mexican mythology)
Apocatequil  (Incan mythology) 
Asgaya-Gigagei (Cherokee mythology)
Catequil (Incan mythology)
Chac  (Maya mythology)
Cocijo (Mexican mythology) 
Enumclaw (Cherokee mythology)
Haokah  (Lakota mythology) 
Hinu (Iroquois deity)
Ilyapa (Incan mythology)
Jasso (Mexican mythology)
Kadlu The Inuit deity of thunder, sister of Ignirtoq
Kapoonis (Cherokee mythology)
Michabo Algonquin deity
Xolotl (Aztec and Toltec mythology)
 AFRICAN GODS OF THUNDER
Azaka-Tonnerre  (Voodoo)
Dongo (African mythology)
Jakuta God of Thunderstorms and Lightning (African mythology)
Mulungu (African mythology)
Oya  (Yoruba mythology) 
Oshe (African mythology)
Shango Orisha God of Thunder
Shango (YorýbŠ mythology) 
 GODS OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC
Haikili (Polynesian mythology) 
Ipilya Lizard God of Storms (Australian mythology)
Kaha'i (Polynesian mythology) 
Mamaragan (Australian mythology)
Tawhaki Polynesian (Maori) God of Thunder and Lightening
Uira  (Polynesian mythology) 
OTHER "THUNDER" RELATED NAMES
Ahomana Thunder (Polynesian)
Ah Peku Mayan God of Thunder
Aji-Suki-Taka-Hiko-Ne God of thunder (Japanese)
Ashie thunderbird (Native American)
Barak thunder, or in vain (Biblical)
Boanerges son of thunder (Biblical)
Chequa thunderbird (Pottawatomi)
Dalogdog thunder (Cebuano, Fillipino)
Enlil God of Thunder (Babylon)
Guntur thunder (Quenya)
Haokah Sioux God of Thunder
Heng God of Thunder (Huron mythology)
Hino thunder God, guardian of the skies (Iroquois mythology)
Indra God of thunder and storms (Indian)
Ini-to Thundering Springs (Navajo) 
Kaminari Japanese Thunder Woman
Keme Secret Pajackok - thunder (Algonquin)
Keneun chief of the Thunderbirds (Iroquois mythology)
Lei thunder (Chinese F)
Mekkhala Angel of thunder
Michikinaqua thundercloud (Ojibwe)
Nariko thunder
Ninurta God of thunderstorms (Sumerian/ Babylonian)
Nonůma'e thunder (Cheyenne)
Orko Basque Thunder God
Ouxouiga thunderbird (Apache)
Perun thunder (Slavic Mythology Male)
Pikne (the long one), God of thunder (Estonian)
Potojchi thunder 
Raamah greatness; thunder; some sort of evil (Biblical)
Raamiah thunder, or evil, from the Lord  (Biblical)
Rai thunder; trust; lightning (Japanese Male)
Raicho thunderbird (Japanese Mythology)
Raja Indainda thunder God (Batak mythology)
Seth Egyptian God of Thunder
Siete Rayos ruler of lightning, thunder and fire (African)
Sogbo God of thunder, lightning and fire (Fon mythology)
Summanus Roman God of Nightly Thunder
Susanoo God of storms and thunder  (Japanese)
Taima crash of thunder (Native American Female)
Take-Mikazuchi God of thunder (Japanese)
Tama thunderbolt (Native American Female)
Taran thunder (Gaelic Male)
Tarant thunder (Welsh Male)
Tarleton from the thunder state (English Male)
Terrill thunder (English Male)
Taryn thunder ruler (Welsh Male)
Tesup thunder God (Syria & Mesopotamian)
Tora thunder (Teutonic Female)
Torborg thunder bear (Swedish Male)
Tormaigh thunder spirit (Irish Male)
Ukko God of heaven and thunder (Finnish)
Wagion  thunderbird (Lenape) 
Wakinyan thunder-spirit (Dakota mythology)
Waukheon  thunderbird (Native American)
 

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