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Eastern Europe

Temple of Kibela, Bulgaria

The Goddess names on this page originate from: Albania, Balkan Peninsula, Belarus, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Finland, Galicia, Hungary, Lapland, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Siberia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and Yugoslavia.

 

 

 

 

 



Goddess Names:


Ajatar - Finland - Devil of the Woods
Ajysit - Siberia - Milk Lake Mother
Ammarik - Finland - Gloaming
Anapel - Siberia - Little Grandmother
Ausrine - Lithuania - Lady of the Morning Star
Ava - Finno-Ugric - Mother
Awa - Russia - Mother
Azer-ava - Russia - Mistress
Baba Yaga (Jaga) - Russia - Old Woman Hag, Grandmother Witch
Babe Kasha - Slavic - Lady GruelBerehynia
Balta Saulite - Darling Little White Sun
Beive-neida - Finland - Sun Maiden
Berehynia - Slavic - River Bank, Protect
Briet u-mate - Latvia - Mother of Elle
Bukura-e Dheut - Albania - Beauty of the Earth
Cacce-jienne - Finno-Ugric - Water Mother
Chuma/Tshuma - Slavic - Fate, Plague
Cinderella - Elf of the Cinders
Colleda - Sweet Maiden Goddess
Cuvto-ava - Russia - Tree Mother
Darzu-mate - Latvia - Mother of the Garden
Dive Zeny - Bohemia - Wild Woman
Dugnai - Lithuania - That Which Is at the Bottom
Dziparu-mate - Baltic -Mother of Colored Wool, Yarn Mother
Dziwosony - Poland - Wild Woman
Edji - Siberia - Mother
Egle - Lithuania - Queen of the Serpents, Fir
Ehe Tazar - Siberia - Mother Earth
Ether - Finland - Air
Gudiri-mumi - Russia - Mother of Thunder
Hel - One Who Covers Up, One Who Hides
Iarila - Russia - Ardent Sun
Idem-huva - Finno-Ugric - Threshing Barn Woman
Ilena - Siberia - Rain Woman or Dampness Woman
Ilma - Finno-Ugric - Atmosphere
Ilmater - Finland - Water Mother
Indraja - Lithuania - Water Witch
Joli-taren -Siberia - Giver of Life
Juksakka - Lapland - Bow Old Woman
Juras Mate - Latvia - Mother of the Sea
Jurt-ava - Russia - Dwelling Place Mother
Kalma - Finno-Ugric - Corpse Stench
Kamennaia Baba - Slavic - The Stone Mothers
Kasum-Naj-Ekva - Great Woman
Kul - Finno-Ugric - Water Dweller
Kapu Mate - Latvia - Graveyard Mother
Keca Aba - Russia - Mother Sun
Ketse-awa - Russia - Mother of the Sun
Khosadam - Siberia - Eater of Souls
Kildisin - Russia/Siberia - Procreating Heaven
Kos La-kuva - Russia - Old Woman of the Forest
Kubai-khotun - Siberia - Great Mother
Kud-ava - Russia - House Mother
Kuga - Slovenia - Fate
Kugu Shotshen-ava - Russia - Great Birthgiving Mother
Kupalo - To Bathe
Kutugia - Siberia - Mistress of the FireEgle, Queen of Serpents
Kuutar - Finno-Ugric - Shining
Kyz Ana - Virgin Mother
Laima-Dalia - Happy Fate
Lauka-mate - Latvia - Mother of the Plough-land
Laume - Lithuania - Earthly Mother
Lazdu-mate - Latvia - Mother of Hazel
Linu-mate - Latvia - Mother of Flax
Locid-epie - Siberia - Grandmother of the Fire
Loddiu-edne - Finno-Ugric/Lapland - Bird Mother
Lopemat - Latvia - Mother of Cattle
Luonnotar - Finno-Ugric/Lapland - Daughter of Nature
Lymyzn-mam - Siberia - Mistress of the Threshold
Maddarakka - Finno-Ugric - Old Woman
Mamony - Poland - Wild Woman
Mannu - Finno-Ugric - Mother Earth
Manzan Gurmu - Siberia - Heavenly Goddess
Matergabia - Slavic - Womanfire
Mati-syra-zemla - Russia - Mother Moist Earth
Melande-awa - Russia - Mother of the Earth
Mere-ama - Finno-Ugric/Finland - Sea Mother
Metsanneitsyt - Finno-Ugric/Finland - Forest Virgin
Meza-mate - Latvia - Mother of the Forest
Mielikki - Finno-Ugric/Finland - Friendly
Mokosh - Russia - Moist
Moksha - Finno-Ugric/Finland - Giver of Life
Mora - Slavic - Fate
Moravaya Panna - Slavic - Black Woman
Mukylcin - Russia - Earth Wife
Muzem-mumy - Russia - Mother of the Earth
Nakki - Finno-Ugric/Estonia - Water Maid
Naves-mate - Latvia - Mother of Death
Neukeper-ava - Russia - Bee Garden Mother
Nishke-ava - Russia - Great Birth-Giving MotherGamaun
Ogu-mate - Latvia - Berry Mother
Ojid-emei - Siberia - Water Mother
Os Keca Aba - White Sun Mother
Ot Ana - Mother Fire
Oynyena Mavia - Slavic - Fiery Mary
Paks-av - Russia - Mother Field
Percunatele - Poland - Mother of Thunder
Perke - Finno-Ugric - Success
Perkuna Tete - Mother of Thunder
Piegulas Mate - Latvia - Mother of the Night Watch
Pogoda - Slavic - Giver of a Favorable Wind
Polengabia - Lithuania - Bright Hearth
Purt-kuva - Russia - House Woman
Ptitsy-siriny - Russia - Bird Maiden
Pugud-emei - Siberia - Sun Mother
Qatum - Empress
Radien-akka - Finno-Ugric - Mother
Rana Nedia - Lapland - Rana Virgin
Rauni - Finland - Thunder
Rigiu Boba - Lithuania - Old One of the Rye
Risem-edne - Finno-Ugric/Norway - Twig Mother
Rodnaia Matushka - Russia - Birth Mother
Rozanicy - Mother, Heritage, Destiny
Rozhenitsa - Russia - Birth Giver
Sabaga - Siberia - Mother of Fire
Sadsta-akka - Finno-Ugric/Lapland - Cloven Wood
Samdzimari - Lady with the Necklace
Sangia-mama - Siberia - Mistress of the Earth and the World
Saule - Lithuania - Sun
Saules-mate - Lituania - Sun Mother
Saules-Meita - Little Sun, Daughter of the Sun
Saulite Sudrabota - Little Silver SunSaules
Seewa - Russia - Mother Friday
Selci-syt-emysyt - Siberia - Mother of Snakes
Semmesmaat - Latvia - Keeper of the Grave
Senu-mate - Latvia - Mother of Mushrooms
Shundimumi - Russia - Mother of the Sun
Sjantaik - Russia - Birth Mother
Sjojungfru - Finno-Ugric/Lapland - Lady of the Sea
Slatababa - Russia - Golden Woman
Smilsu-mate - Latvia - Mother of Sand
Sniega Mate - Latvia - Snow Mother
Solntse - Slavic - Sun
Sor-ava - Russia - Mother of Corn
Sundy-mumy - Russia - Mother of the Sun
Sur-mumy - Russia - Mother of River
Sweigs-dunka - Lithuania - Weaver or Bride of the Sky
Szelanya - Hungary - Mother of the Winds
Tabiti - Scythia - Fire
Tarn - Siberia - Flames of Fire
Teleze-awa - Russia - Mother of the Moon
Teterka - Graybird
Toe-ceivune - Siberia - Dawn-walking-Woman
Tshadze-ienne - Finno-Ugric/Lapland - Eastern Water Mother
Tshatse-neida - Finno-Ugric/Lapland - Western Water Mother
Tul-awa - Russia - Mother of Fire
Udens-mate - Latvia - Mother of the Water
Uguns-mate - Latvia - Mother of Fire
Uksakka - Finno-Ugric/Lapland - Door Woman
Unchi-ahchi - Siberia - Grandmother Hearth
Unen-emei - Siberia - Mother of the Korkodon River
Vagneg-imi - Slavic - Old Woman
Vaku-oza - Russia - Mill Ruler
Varma-ava - Russia - Mother Wind
Vasilisa - Queen
Vechernyaya Zvezda - Slavic - The Morning Star
Veja-mate - Latvia - Wind Mother
Vel'-ava - Slavic - Village Mother
Vellamo - Finno-Ugric/Finland - Rock Oneself
Viljaneitsi - Finno-Ugric - Maidens of the Cornfield
Vir-ava - Finno-Ugric/Russia - Forest MotherVasilia
Vit'sa-kuva - Russia - Cattleyard Woman
Viz-Anya - Water Mother
Viz-Leany - Maiden of the Water
Vu-ava - Russia - Water Woman
Vut-kuva - Russia - Water Old Woman
Wut-awa - Finno-Ugric - Mother of Water
Ya'hal-na'ut - Siberia - Cloud Woman
Yabme-akka - Finno-Ugric/Lapland - Old Woman of the Dead
Y-lyunda Kotta - Siberia - Mistress of the Universe
Zeme - Latvia - Mother of the Earth
Zemyna - Lithuania - Mother Earth
Ziedu-mate - Baltic - Mother of the Blossoms
Zimarzla - Russia - The Frozen
Zlotababa - Russia - Golden Old Woman
Zorya Utrennyaya - Slavic - Dawn, Aurora of the Morning
Zorya Vechernyaya - Slavic - Dusk, Aurora of the Evening
Zvezda Dennitsa - Slavic - The Morning Star


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Photos: 1) Temple of Kibela, Bulgaria, 2) Berehynia, Slavic Goddess of the Hearth, 2) Egle, Queen of Serpents, 3) Gamaun, Prophetic Bird 3) Symbol of Saules, 4) Vasilia, Goddess of Wind & Stars