Goddess Names H

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Habetrot
The Hamadryades
Aigeiros
Aegeirus
Ampelos
Ampelus
Balanos
Balanus
Karya
Carya
Kraneia
Cranea
Morea
Ptelea
Syke
Syce
The Harpyiai
Aello (“storm”)
Aellopos (“storm-footed”)
Aellopus
Nikothoe (“running victory”)
Nicothoe
Okypete (“swift-winged”)
Ocypete
Okypode (“swift-footed”)
Ocypode
Okythoe (“swift-running”)
Ocythoe
Kelaino (“black one”)
Celaeno 
Podarke (“fleet-footed”)
Podarce
Podarge (“flash-footed”)
The Thuellai (“hurricanes”)
The Aella (“storm winds”)
Ha-pu’u
Hathor
Golden One
Mistress of the vagina (assisting women with conception, labor, and childbirth)
Mistress of turquoise
Mistress of faience (protecting miners)
Mistress of the sycamore (her role as comforter of the deceased)
Mistress of the west (welcoming the deceased to the underworld)
Mistress of the red cloth (she is usually depicted in red)
Mistress of drunkenness (alcoholic beverages were used in her festivals)
Mistress of song (ruling over festive music)
Hatmehyt
Hatmehit
Hauhet
Hehet
Hau-ola
Kalaihauola
Hayicanako
Hayicanak
Hebe
Hebe Junonia (daughter of Juno [Hera])
Hebe Basileia (princess)
Hebe Kallistragalos (of fair ankles)
Ganymeda (gladdening princess)
Dia (divine)
Hekate
Hecate
Hekat
Dea Triformis (three-formed Goddess)
Goddess of Crossroads
Goddess of Midnight
Goddess of Storms
Goddess of the Dark of the Moon
Goddess of the Scene of the Crime
Goddess of Witches
Great Mother
Hekate Adonaea (lady of the underworld)
Hekate Agrotera (huntress)
Hekate Antania (enemy of mankind)
Hekate Atalos (tender)
Hekate Brimo (angry one)
Hekate Despoina (mistress)
Hekate Enodia (of the paths)
Hekate Epipurgidia (on the tower)
Hekate Khthonia (of the underworld)
Hekate Kleidophoros (key bearer)
Hekate Kleidoukhos (keeper of the keys)
Hekate Krataiis (strong one)
Hekate Krokopeplos (saffron-cloaked)
Hekate Kurotrophos (nurse of the children and protectress of mankind)
Hekate Liparokredmnos (with bright headband)
Hekate Monogenes (only child)
Hekate Nyktipolos (night-wandering)
Hekate Perseis (daughter of Perses)
Hekate Phosphoros (the light-bringer)
Hekate Propolos (the attendant who leads)
Hekate Propylaia (the one before the gate)
Hekate Prytania (invincible Queen of the dead)
Hekate Selene (the far-shooting moon)
Hekate Skylakagetis (leader of the dogs)
Hekate Soteira (savior)
Hekate Trikephalos (three-headed)
Hekate Trimorphis (three-formed)
Hekate Trioditis (of three roads)
Hekate Trivia (of the three ways)
Holy One
Invincible Queen
Lady of the Underworld
Mistress of Magic
Mistress of the Lower Way
Opener of the Way to Death
Queen of Crossroads
Queen of Death
Queen of Ghosts
Queen of the Night
Queen of Witches
She Who Has Power Far Off
She Who Works From Afar
Sovereign Goddess of Many Names
The Distant One
Heket
Heqet
Heka
Hepat
Hel
Hela
Hella
Hell
Holle
Halja
Haljon
The Heliades
Aetherie
Aethria
Aigle
Aegle
Dioxippe
Helie
Helia
Lampetie
Lampetia
Merope
Phoibe
Phoebe
Hemera
Hera
Queen of Heaven
Queen of the Immortals
Hera Aegophagus (goat-eater)
Hera Akraia (of the height)
Hera Alexandros (defender of men)
Hera Ammo’nia
Hera Antheia (flowery)
Hera Aphrodite (of Aphrodite)
Hera Argeia (of Argos)
Hera Argoia (of the ship Argo)
Hera Ataurote (unbulled, i.e., virgin)
Hera Basileia (queen)
Hera Boopis (cow-eyed)
Hera Bounaia (from a temple set up by Bounos)
Hera Gamelia (of marriage)
Hera Heniokhe (charioteer)
Hera Hippia (of the horses)
Hera Hyperkheiria (she whose hand is above)
Hera Imbrasia (from the river Imbrasus)
Hera Khera (widow)
Hera Krusothronos (golden-throned)
Hera Kypra (of Cupra)
Hera Lakinia (of Lakinios)
Hera Nympheuomene (betrothed bride)
Hera Olympia (of Olympia)
Hera Pais (girl)
Hera Parthenia (maiden)
Hera Pelasgis
Hera Pharygaea (of Pharygaia)
Hera Prodromia (of the pioneer)
Hera Samia (of Samos)
Hera Sikelia (of Sicily)
Hera Telkhinia
Hera Teleia (full-grown)
Hera Zygia (yoked, i.e., married)
Hesperius
Hestia
Hi’iaka
Hi’iaka-i-ka-poli-o-Pele
Hi’iaka-i-kapua-’ena’ena
Hi’iaka-i-pua-’ena’ena (Hi’iaka of the burning flower)
Hi’iaka-i-pu-’ena’ena (Hi’iaka of the burning hills)
Hi’iaka-i-kapu-’ena’ena (Hi’iaka of the forbidden burning)
Hi’iaka-i-tapu-’ena’ena (Hi’iaka of sacred burning)
Hi’iaka-i-kapua-’ane’ane (Hi’iaka in extreme old age)
Kuku-’ena-i-ke-ahi-ho’omau-honua (beating hot in the perpetual earth fire)
Hilaritas
Hilaritas Augustii
Hina-’ere’ere-manu’a
Hina-Ika
Hina-lau-limu-kala
Hina-’opu-hala-ko’a

Hina-puku’ai
Hina-puku-i’a
Hina-’ulu-’ohi’a
La-ea
Nahinahi-ana
Hine-nui-te-po
Hine-titama
Hlín
Hlyn
Lin
Ho Hsien-ku
Hé Qióng
He Xiangu
He Hsien-ku
Hongak
Horoirangi
Horo Mana
Yohozro Wuhti
Massan Wuhti
Hours of the Night
Splitter of the heads of Re’s enemies
The wise, guardian of her lord
Slicer of souls
Great of power
She on her boat
Proficient leader
Repeller of the snake
Mistress of the night
Adorer
Beheader of rebels
The star, repulser of rebels
Beholder of the beauty of Re
Hsi Wang Mu
Xi Wang Mu
Si Wang Mu
Spirit Mother of the West
Lady Queen of the West
Mother Queen of the West
Mother of the Golden Tortoise
Golden Mother of the Shining Lake
Queen of the Heavens
Huitaca
Chia
Chie
Huixtocihuatl
Uixtocihuatl

Hybla
Hyblaea
Venus Victrix Hyblensis
Hygieia

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