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List of  Goddess Baby Names for girls:

Adonia goddess of love
Aeron The name of the ancient Celtic goddess of battle and slaughter.
Aeronwen Also possibly derives from the name of a shadowy Celtic goddess of battle and slaughter
Aisha The name is also linked to the moon goddess
Alethea goddess of truth
Ambika Hindi name. Also one of the many names for the goddess Devi
Anona Also possibly derived from the name of the Roman goddess Anonna
Anonna Name of the Roman goddess of the annual harvest
Anthea Used in the classical period as a byname of the goddess Hera at Argos
Aoife a Gaulish goddess
Aphrodite Name of the Greek goddess of love
Arachne Greek mythology: a young maiden who challenged the goddess Athena to a weaving contest and was turned into a spider for offending her
Aranrhod The legendary heroine may originally have been a moon goddess
Aretha the “goddess of soul”.
Artemis Mythology: name of the Greek goddess of the moon, of hunting. The other two virgin goddesses were Hestia goddess of the hearth, and Athena goddess of wisdom
Asa “Goddess.”
Astraea The goddess of justice in classical mythology
Astrid “Fair, beautiful goddess.”
Astrithr “Goddess.”
Atalanta she was defeated by a Greek warrior who used a ruse by dropping three golden apples he had obtained from the goddess Aphrodite
Athena Mythology: the virgin goddess of wisdom and war identified with the Roman goddess Minerva. Homer
Aura Greek mythology: Aura was the goddess of breezes
Aurora Mythology: Aurora was the Roman goddess of sunrise
Bellona “Goddess of battle.”
Bertha Also related to the name of a Teutonic goddess
Bridget an Irish goddess
Brigantia The name of a legendary goddess of springs
Calypso a demi-goddess and nymph who lived on the hidden island of Ogygia
Catherine the name of the Greek goddess of magic
Celena Goddess of the moon
Ceres the Roman goddess of agriculture and fertility
Ceridwen name of the goddess of poetic inspiration
Chandra The greatest Hindu goddess Devi is also known as Chandra.
Chloe From Khloe, originally used in the classical period to symbolize the fertility goddess Demeter in blooming and verdant glory
Chloris a minor goddess of vegetation who was also the goddess of spring
Cliona She was a goddess who fell in love and ran away with a mortal
Cloris the goddess of vegetation
Concordia Classical mythology: Concordia was the goddess of peace succeeding a battle
Cora the goddess of the underworld who lives there in winter
Cybele Mythology: an ancient Phrygian nature goddess worshipped as the Great Mother in Asia Minor
Cynthia the goddess of the moon (known to the Romans as Diana) as Artemis was a virgin goddess of virtue and Elizabeth wanted to emphasize her role as Virgin Queen
Cypris due to the goddess Aphrodite having had associations with Cyprus.
Dea “Goddess.”
Demetria Demeter was the goddess of corn and harvest
Deva Hindu mythology: Deva is another name for the moon goddess.
Devi “Goddess.” Devika means “little goddess”.
Eir “Norse goddess of medicine.”
Ekaterina the name of the Greek goddess of magic
Ella Also possibly means “entire” or (Hebrew) “goddess”
Eris Mythology: goddess of discord and destruction
Esther The name may also be a Hebrew form of the name of the Persian goddess of love, Ishtar
Estrid “Fair, beautiful goddess.”
Etain The traditional name Étaín is sometimes associated with the name of the ancient Celtic sun goddess
Eudora Mythology: name of a minor goddess
Fauna the goddess of nature and animals
Flora In mythology, the name of the Roman goddess of springtime
Fortune the Roman goddess of fortune, chance, and happiness
Freya Norse mythology: Freya was the goddess of love and fertility
Grace the Three Graces were goddesses of nature: Aglaia (brillance), Thalia (flowering)
Harmony Harmonia was the Greek goddess of order and daughter of Aphrodite.
Hebe Greek mythology: Hebe is the goddess of youth and cupbearer to the gods
Hera Dealing with her husband’s infidelities resulted in her also being called the goddess of marriages.
Hestia Mythology: name of the Greek goddess of the hearth equivalent to the Roman goddess Vesta.
Irene Mythology: Greek goddess of peace
Iris Iris was a messenger-goddess who rode rainbows between heaven and earth to deliver messages from Olympus
Isadora Isis was the principal goddess of ancient Egypt
Isis The most powerful of all the female goddesses of ancient Egypt
Kali is a Hindu goddess of destruction
Katherine the name of the Greek goddess of magic
Lakshmi Lakshmi is the goddess of abundance, beauty, and prosperity.
Laverne The name of a Roman goddess who was patroness of minor criminals
Leah Lea is the goddess of canoe makers
Levana Mythology: Levana was the Roman goddess and protector of newborns
Lucinda Lucine was the Roman goddess of childbirth
Luna goddess of the moon.
Mahina goddess of the moon.
Maia she is an earth goddess of springtime
Majesta Mythology: Majestas was the Roman goddess of honor.
May the Roman earth goddess
Minerva Mythology: name of the Roman goddess of wisdom
Nike Greek mythology: name of the goddess of victory
Nikita the Greek goddess of victory
Norna Mythology: the goddess of time.
Oba Name of a goddess of rivers.
Pallas the Greek goddess of wisdom.
Parthenia Athena was one of three virgin goddesses of ancient Greek mythology goddess of the moon, and Hestia goddess of the hearth.
Pomona Mythology: the Roman goddess of fruit trees.
Rhiannon “Great queen, or goddess.” Mythology: the title Rigantona “great queen” is borne by a Celtic goddess of fertility The Welsh horse goddess is described in legend as dressed in shining gold and riding a pale horse
Selena Selena was the moon goddess
Semele Her name may derive from the name of an early Greek earth goddess
Sesheta Egyptian mythology: Sesheta was the goddess of the stars and the patroness of writing and literature.
Shyla Hindu mythology: one of the names of the goddess Parvati.
Sylvia Rhea Silvia was an ancient nature goddess
Tea Also possibly variant of Thea (Greek) “goddess” or short form of Dorotea (Greek) “gift of God”
Terra Mythology: the Roman earth goddess
Thalia goddesses who were the embodiment of beauty and charm
Thea “Goddess.” the Greek goddess of light
Themis Mythology: Themis is the goddess of justice who is often depicted on civic buildings as a majestic female with a pair of scales to weigh the fate of mortals.
Uma One of the names of the Indian goddess Sakti
Venus Roman mythology: the goddess of love and beauty
Vesta Name of the Roman household goddess and one of the three virgin goddesses of antiquity
Victoria Victoria was a goddess who smiled on the ancient Roman people for many centuries
Vigdis “War goddess.”
Yara Brazilian mythology: Iara was a beautiful goddess with green hair and fair skin.

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