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Unique God Name List

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  1. Aether – Greek god of the upper air and light.
  2. Ananke – Greek goddess of necessity and fate.
  3. Apollo – Greek god of the sun, light, and music.
  4. Ares – Greek god of war.
  5. Artemis – Greek goddess of the moon and hunting.
  6. Athena – Greek goddess of wisdom and warfare.
  7. Atlas – Greek titan who held up the celestial sphere.
  8. Aurora – Roman goddess of dawn.
  9. Bacchus – Roman god of wine and revelry.
  10. Ceres – Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility.
  11. Chaos – Primordial deity representing the formless void.
  12. Chronos – Greek god of time.
  13. Demeter – Greek goddess of harvest and agriculture.
  14. Dionysus – Greek god of wine, pleasure, and festivity.
  15. Eros – Greek god of love and desire.
  16. Gaia – Greek goddess personifying the Earth.
  17. Hades – Greek god of the underworld.
  18. Hecate – Greek goddess of magic, crossroads, and ghosts.
  19. Helios – Greek god of the sun.
  20. Hera – Greek goddess of marriage and childbirth.
  21. Hermes – Greek god of travel, commerce, and communication.
  22. Hestia – Greek goddess of the hearth and home.
  23. Horus – Egyptian god of the sky and kingship.
  24. Hypnos – Greek god of sleep.
  25. Iris – Greek goddess of the rainbow and messenger of the gods.
  26. Isis – Egyptian goddess of fertility, magic, and motherhood.
  27. Janus – Roman god of beginnings, transitions, and doorways.
  28. Jupiter – Roman god of the sky and thunder.
  29. Kali – Hindu goddess of destruction and transformation.
  30. Krishna – Hindu god of love, compassion, and divine playfulness.
  31. Loki – Norse trickster god.
  32. Mars – Roman god of war.
  33. Mercury – Roman god of travel, communication, and commerce.
  34. Minerva – Roman goddess of wisdom and strategic warfare.
  35. Morpheus – Greek god of dreams.
  36. Neptune – Roman god of the sea.
  37. Nike – Greek goddess of victory.
  38. Odin – Norse god of wisdom, war, and death.
  39. Osiris – Egyptian god of the afterlife and resurrection.
  40. Pan – Greek god of nature, shepherds, and fertility.
  41. Persephone – Greek goddess of the underworld and spring growth.
  42. Poseidon – Greek god of the sea and earthquakes.
  43. Prometheus – Greek titan who gave fire to humanity.
  44. Ra – Egyptian god of the sun.
  45. Rhea – Greek titaness and mother of the gods.
  46. Selene – Greek goddess of the moon.
  47. Shiva – Hindu god of destruction and transformation.
  48. Thor – Norse god of thunder and protection.
  49. Tyche – Greek goddess of fortune and prosperity.
  50. Uranus – Greek god of the sky.
  51. Venus – Roman goddess of love and beauty.
  52. Vishnu – Hindu god of preservation and protection.
  53. Vulcan – Roman god of fire and craftsmanship.
  54. Woden – Anglo-Saxon god associated with wisdom and poetry.
  55. Xochiquetzal – Aztec goddess of beauty, love, and flowers.
  56. Yahweh – The Hebrew God.
  57. Yama – Hindu god of death and justice.
  58. Yarilo – Slavic god of fertility and springtime.
  59. Yggdrasil – In Norse mythology, the world tree.
  60. Ymir – Primordial giant and progenitor of the frost giants in Norse mythology.
  61. Zeus – Greek god of the sky and king of the gods.
  62. Abzu – Sumerian god of fresh water and the abyss.
  63. Anubis – Egyptian god associated with mummification and the afterlife.
  64. Enlil – Mesopotamian god of wind, air, and storms.
  65. Inanna – Sumerian goddess of love, beauty, and war.
  66. Izanagi – Japanese god who created the islands of Japan.
  67. Marduk – Babylonian god of creation and patron deity of Babylon.
  68. Morrigan – Celtic goddess of battle, strife, and sovereignty.
  69. Nut – Egyptian goddess of the sky and heavenly bodies.
  70. Olokun – Yoruba god of the sea and wealth.
  71. Orunmila – Yoruba god of wisdom and divination.
  72. Quetzalcoatl – Aztec god of wind, wisdom, and learning.
  73. Shango – Yoruba god of thunder, lightning, and justice.
  74. Sobek – Egyptian god of the Nile, fertility, and crocodiles.
  75. Tlaloc – Aztec god of rain and fertility.
  76. Xipe Totec – Aztec god of agriculture, fertility, and rebirth.
  77. Xiuhtecuhtli – Aztec god of fire and time.
  78. Xochipilli – Aztec god of art, beauty, and dance.
  79. Amaterasu – Japanese sun goddess and ruler of the heavens.
  80. Benzaiten – Japanese goddess of music, art, and eloquence.
  81. Fujin – Japanese god of wind.
  82. Hachiman – Japanese god of war and protection.
  83. Inari – Japanese god of rice and agriculture.
  84. Konohana Sakuya Hime – Japanese goddess of Mount Fuji and flowering trees.
  85. Raijin – Japanese god of thunder and lightning.
  86. Susanoo – Japanese god of storms and the sea.
  87. Tsukuyomi – Japanese god of the moon and night.
  88. Amun – Egyptian god of creation and fertility.
  89. Bastet – Egyptian goddess of home, fertility, and protection.
  90. Hathor – Egyptian goddess of love, joy, and motherhood.
  91. Khnum – Egyptian god of creation and pottery.
  92. Ma’at – Egyptian goddess of truth, justice, and cosmic balance.
  93. Ptah – Egyptian god of craftsmen and creation.
  94. Sobek – Egyptian god of the Nile, fertility, and crocodiles.
  95. Thoth – Egyptian god of wisdom, writing, and knowledge.
  96. Amphiaraus – Greek god of prophetic dreams and healing.
  97. Eirene – Greek goddess of peace and prosperity.
  98. Ixchel – Mayan goddess of the moon, fertility, and childbirth.
  99. Tefnut – Egyptian goddess of moisture and rain.
  100. Veles – Slavic god of the underworld and magic.

These are just a few examples of the vast number of gods and goddesses from various mythologies and cultures around the world.