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Goddess of fertility?
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What are all of the gods of the fertility deity?
African mythology Ala, Igbo goddess of fertility Asase Ya, Ashanti earth goddess of fertility Denka, Dinka god of the sky, rain and fertility Mbaba Mwana Waresa, Zulu goddess of fertility, rainbows, agriculture, rain and beer Armenian mythology Anahit, goddess of fertility, birth, beauty and water Aramazd, creator-god and source of the earth's fertility Aztec mythology Chiconahui, domestic fertility goddess Cihuacoatl, goddess of motherhood, fertility and midwives Coatlicue, goddess of fertility, life, death and rebirth Huixtocihuatl, fertility goddess who presided over salt and salt water Mayahuel, goddess of maguey plants, associated with fertility Patecatl, god of healing and fertility Tepoztecatl, god of pulque, of drunkenness and fertility Tlaloc, god of rain, fertility and water Tlazolteotl, goddess of purification, steam bath, midwives, filth, and a patroness of adulterers Toci, is the "Mother of the Gods", often associated with Tlazolteotl Tonacatecuhtli, god of fertility Tzitzimimeh, a group of star deities associated with fertility Xipe Totec, god of agriculture, vegetation, the east, disease, spring, goldsmiths, silversmiths and the seasons Xochipilli, god of art, games, beauty, dance, flowers, maize, fertility, and song Xochiquetzal, goddess of fertility, beauty, female sexual power, protection of young mothers, pregnancy, childbirth, and women's crafts Baltic mythology Laima, goddess of luck and fate, associated with childbirth, pregnancy marriage, and death Saulė, solar goddess of life and fertility, warmth and health Canaanite mythology Baal, name of a number of gods with possible associations with fertility Celtic mythology Brigid, Irish goddess associated with fertility Cernunnos, horned god associated with fertility Damara, fertility goddess worshipped in Britain Damona, Gaulish fertility goddess Epona, goddess of horses and fertility Hooded Spirits, a group of deities theorised to be fertility spirits Nantosuelta, goddess of nature, the earth, fire, and fertility Onuava, goddess of fertility Rosmerta, Gallo-Roman goddess of fertility and abundance Christian mythology St. Anne, patron saint of pregnancy and mothers St. Catherine of Sweden, patron saint of protection against abortion and miscarriage St. Gerard Majella, patron saint of childbirth, motherhood, children and mothers (unborn children and expecting mothers in particular) St. Margaret the Virgin, patron saint of childbirth and pregnant women Phallic saints, a group of saints invoked for fertility St. Raymond Nonnatus, patron saint of childbirth, midwives, children, and pregnant women Min, ancient Egyptian god of fertility and lettuce Inca mythology Pachamama, goddess of planting, harvesting and causes earthquakes Sara Mama, goddess of grain Pacha Kamaq, Creator of the World Mama Quilla, the goddess of the moon, the menstrual cycle, and a protector of women Egyptian mythology Amun, creator-god, associated with fertility Bast, cat goddess sometimes associated with fertility Bes, household protector god associated with music, dance, and sexual pleasure Hathor, goddess who personified the principles of love, motherhood and joy Heget, frog-goddess of fertility Heryshaf, god of creation and fertility Isis, goddess of motherhood, magic and fertility Mesenet, goddess of childbirth Min, god of fertility, reproduction, and lettuce Osiris, god of the afterlife, the dead, and the underworld agency that granted all life, including sprouting vegetation and the fertile flooding of the Nile River Renenutet, goddess of the true name, the harvest and fertile fields Sobek, god of the river, warfare and fertility Sopdet, goddess of the fertility of the soil Tawaret, goddess of fertility and childbirth Tefnut, goddess of water and fertility Etruscan mythology Fufluns, god of plant life, happiness and health and growth in all things Thesan, goddess of the dawn, associated with the generation of life Finnish mythology Äkräs, god of fertility Rauni, goddess of fertility Germanic mythology Nerthus, goddess associated with fertility Anyak-Schlikh, goddess of fertility and passionate love Greek mythology Adonis, a figure associated with death, rebirth and vegetation Aphaea, local goddess associated with fertility and the agricultural cycle Aphrodite, goddess of love, beauty and sexuality Artemis, goddess of the hunt, wild animals, wilderness, childbirth, virginity, fertility, young girls and health and disease in women Cybele, Phrygian Earth Mother goddess who embodies the fertile earth Demeter, goddess of agriculture and the fertility of the earth Dionysus, god of wine and festivity, associated with fertility Eros, god of sexual love, fertility and beauty Priapus, Greek god of fertility, gardens and male genitalia Gaia, Earth Mother and goddess of the fertile earth Hera, goddess of the air, marriage, women, women's fertility, childbirth, heirs, kings and empires Ilithyia, goddess of childbirth and midwifery Pan, god of shepherds, flocks, mountain wilds, hunting and rustic music; associated with fertility Phanes, primeval deity of procreation and the generation of new life Priapus, rustic god of fertility, protection of livestock, fruit plants, gardens and male genitalia Hawaiian mythology Haumea, goddess of fertility and childbirth Kamapua'a, demi-god of fertility Laka, patron of the hula dance and god of fertility Lono, god associated with fertility, agriculture, rainfall, and music Hindu mythology Aditi, goddess of space, consciousness, the past, the future, and fertility Banka-Mundi, goddess of the hunt and fertility Bhūmi, goddess of the earth and the fertility form of Lakshmi Chandra, lunar god associated with fertility Lajja Gauri, goddess associated with abundance and fertility Manasa, snake goddess associated with fertility and prosperity Parvati, goddess associated with fertility, marital felicity, devotion to the spouse, asceticism, and power Sinivali, goddess associated with fecundity and easy birth Hittite mythology Shaushka, goddess of fertility, war and healing Inca mythology Mama Ocllo, mother goddess, associated with fertility Pachamama, fertility goddess who presides over planting and harvesting Indigenous Australian mythology Anjea, goddess or spirit of fertility Birrahgnooloo, Kamilaroi goddess of fertility Dilga, Karadjeri goddess of fertility and growth Julunggul, Yolgnu rainbow snake goddess associated with fertility, initiation, rebirth and the weather Kunapipi, mother goddess and the patron deity of many heroes Ungud, snake god or goddess associated with rainbows and the fertility and erections of the tribe's shaman Wollunqua, snake god of rain and fertility Inuit mythology Akna, goddess of fertility and childbirth Pukkeenegak, goddess of children, pregnancy, childbirth and the making of clothes Japanese mythology Kichijōten, goddess of happiness, fertility, and beauty Maya mythology Akna, goddess of motherhood and childbirth Ixchel, jaguar goddess of midwifery and medicine Inanna, Sumerian goddess of sexual love, fertility and warfare Mesopotamian mythology Ama-arhus, goddess of fertility Amasagnul, goddess of fertility Emesh, Sumerian god of vegetation, associated with the abundance of the earth Enten, Sumerian fertility god Gatumdag, goddess of fertility Inanna (Ishtar), goddess of sexual love, fertility and warfare Nanshe, goddess of social justice, prophecy, fertility and fishing Nidaba, goddess of writing, learning, and the harvest Ninhursag, mother goddess associated with fertility Nin-imma, goddess of fertility and deification of the female sex organs Sharra Itu, goddess of fertility Shu-pa-e, Sumerian astral and fertility god, personifying the planet Jupiter Shulmanu, god of the underworld, fertility and war Tammuz, god of food, vegetation and fertility Native American mythology Atahensic, Iroquois goddess associated with marriage, childbirth, and feminine endeavors Kokopelli, Hopi trickster god associated with fertility, childbirth and agriculture Norse mythology Freyja, goddess associated with love, beauty, fertility, gold, seiðr, war, and death Freyr, god associated with farming, weather and fertility Frigg, goddess associated with prophecy, marriage and childbirth Gefjun, goddess of ploughing and possibly fertility Oceania mythology Gedi (mythology), Fijian god of fertility, who taught mankind the use of fire Makemake, Rapa Nui creator-god, associated with fertility Tagroa Siria, Fijian god associated with fertility Roman mythology Bona Dea, goddess of fertility, healing, virginity, and women Candelifera, goddess of childbirth Carmenta, goddess of childbirth and prophecy Ceres, goddess of cereal and of motherly relationships equated with the Greek goddess Demeter Diana, goddess of the hunt, wilderness, the moon and childbirth, equivalent to the Greek Artemis Fascinus, embodiment of the divine phallus Fecunditas, goddess of fertility Feronia, goddess associated with fertility and abundance Flora, goddess of flowers and spring Inuus, god of sexual intercourse Juno, goddess of marriage and childbirth, equivalent to the Greek goddess Hera Liber, god of viniculture, wine and male fertility, equivalent to Greek Dionysus; in archaic Lavinium, a phallic deity Libera, goddess of female fertility and the earth Lucina, goddess of childbirth Mars, god initially associated with fertility and vegetation, but later associated with warfare and the Greek god Ares Mutunus Tutunus, phallic marriage deity associated with the Greek god Priapus Ops, fertility and earth-goddess Venus, Roman goddess of love, beauty and fertility Partula, goddess of childbirth, who determined the duration of each pregnancy Picumnus, god of fertility, agriculture, matrimony, infants and children Robigus, fertility god who protects crops against disease Terra, earth goddess associated with marriage, motherhood, pregnant women, and pregnant animals; equivalent to the Greek Gaia Venus, goddess of love, beauty and fertility, equivalent to the Greek goddess Aphrodite Sami mythology Beiwe, goddess of fertility and sanity Rana Niejta, goddess of spring and fertility Slavic mythology Dzydzilelya, Polish goddess of love, marriage, sexuality and fertility Jarilo, god of fertility, spring, the harvest and war Kostroma, goddess of fertility Radegast, West Slavic god of hospitality, fertility, and crops, associated with war and the sun Siebog, god of love and marriage Svetovid, god of war, fertility and abundance Zeme, goddess of the earth, associated with fertility Živa, goddess of love and fertility Turkic mythology Ajysyt, mother goddess associated with childbirth Umay, goddess of fertility and virginity Vodou Ayida-Weddo, loa of fertility, rainbows and snakes Guédé, family of spirits that embody the powers of death and fertility