Greek gods/and goddess got there names because of there personality and what they represent on the earth
The Roman god Jupiter is the Greek god Zeus. The Roman goddess Venus is the Greek goddess Aphrodite. The Roman god Mars is Ares the Greek god.
none except minor gods
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Demeter (goddess of the harvest)Artemis (goddess of the hunt and moon)Nemesis (goddess of revenge)
In Wicca there is one main goddess, and one god. They don't have specific names, but some Wiccans also worship the Greek goddesses and gods.
Hestia the Greek goddess
Athena: Greek Goddess of wisdom Aphrodite: Greek Goddess of beauty Hera: Greek Goddess of children and marriage Artemis: Greek Goddess of hunting Hestia: Greek Goddess of the hearth Demeter: Greek Goddess of grain Pandora: the first woman formed out of clay by the gods.
There is no god or goddess that has a name that starts with a y. In fact, none of any known Greek names starts with a y!
The king of the Greek gods is married to the goddess Hera.
Roman: Venus, goddess of love and beauty, Queen of the gods. Greek: Aphrotite, goddess of love and beauty Queen of the gods. The Romans used the greek gods in their religion by changing their names. They also made them more war-like. Fortunately, the Romans did not change the god's positions.
Selene: goddess of the moon. Selene, Silena, Selena, etc.