Wood & Forest Goddess Names (2023)

Goddess Bata (Bat)
Bat (or Bata) was an ancient Egyptian cow goddess associated withUpper Egypt.
She was originally a deification of the Milky Way (which was compared to a pool of cows milk).

Her name is the feminine form of the word "ba", the name of one of the major elements of the soul.

She was associated with theankh(the symbol of life or breath) and with the sistrum (which was also associated withHathor.

Her cult center was in Sheshesh (theseventh nomeof Upper Egypt) known as the "Mansion of the Sistrum".
Bata Forest--NW quadrant of South Woods/#5

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Goddess Hathor
A wild horned cow goddess of eternal love, Hathor also signified happiness and good tidings, apart from acting as the custodian of women, dance, and music.
I the early images and paintings available, she wears the head of the cow or also as a woman wearing the wild horns of the cow.

She was the mother of Horus; her name, Hathor means the “house of Horus”, which provides us a clue of her link. The queen of Egypt identified very closely with Hathor, as the queen was the mother to the mighty pharaoh.
Legend shows her immortal power: as soon as a child took his birth, seven important Hathors used to come near the bedsie to foretell the future and the hour of death of the just born child.

Hathor was an Egyptian goddess who personified the principles of love, beauty, music, motherhood, and joy. She was one of the most important and popular deities throughout the history of Ancient Egypt.
Hathor Forest--NE quadrant of South Woods/#6

Goddess Mut (Maut, Mwt)
Goddess Mut (Maut, Mwt) was the mother goddess of Thebes (Waset, in the4thNomeofUpper Egypt). The ancient Egyptians considered the vulture to be a protecting and nurturing mother, and so their word for mother was also the word for a vulture, "Mwt".
She was either depicted as a woman, sometimes with wings, or a vulture, usually wearing the crowns of royalty - she was often shown wearing the double crown of Egypt or the vulture headdress of theNew Kingdomqueens. Occasionally she was depicted as a male, in part because she was "Mut, Who Giveth Birth, But Was Herself Not Born of Any", and in part due to the superstitious belief that there were in fact no male griffon vultures (the male is almost identical in appearance to the female). In later times she was shown as woman with the head of a lioness, a cow or a cobra as she took on the attributes of the other Egyptian goddesses.
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Goddess Neith
Goddess Neith is one of the oldest deities in Egypt.
She is believed to be self-created at the time of creation. She is the goddess of weaving, and other domestic arts. More importantly, she is the goddess of war dating back as early as thePre-dynastic periodof Egypt. She is also believed to be the protector of gods.
Her name literally meant water that is associated with creation. Thus, this garnered Neith the title, “the Mother of all Gods” and “the Great Goddess”
In Upper Egypt, she was depicted as a woman with the head of a lioness. She is also often seen as a woman holding a specter or two arrows or a weaving shuttle while wearing the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt.
She is described to be a goddess whose wisdom prevails over her other counterparts. In fact, the Greek goddess, Athena was modeled after her.
As a war and hunting deity, she was invoked upon for blessings on weapons for warfare and hunting. This made her attributes of the arrows and the shield. She also blessed the weapons that in early times were placed in tombs as protection from evil spirits. She is also seen as an arbitrary participant in many wars because of her military prowess and impartiality. She gained the epithet “Mistress of the Bow, Ruler of Arrows” because of this.
As a goddess of weaving and domestic arts, she was depicted as a protector of women and guardian of marriage.
Neith Forest--SE quadrant/South Woods #7

Goddess Nut

Ancient Egypt held the goddess Nut as one of the most loved goddesses. Known as the sky goddess, she held the title of “she who gives birth to the gods.” From birth to death, Nut played an important role in Egyptian mythology as the barrier between the order of creation and chaos.
In Lower Egypt,the Milky Way was viewed as the celestial image of Nut. She was adopted into the family tree of the Egyptian gods as the daughter of Shu, the god of the air, and Tefnut, the goddess of moisture. She became the sky, while her brother Geb became the god of earth.
In the creation story, Egyptians viewed Nut and Geb as passionate lovers. At one time, they embraced so tightly that nothing could come between them. Shu became jealous and separated the two. Shu became the air that moves between the sky and the earth. This story explainedthe separation of the sky from the earth. She gave birth to all of the stars and planets. http://www.ancient-egypt-online.com/nut.html
Nut Kitchen—corner of West Thigh & LV Lane/#9 South Woods

Goddess Hippo
Hippo was a famous queen who helped found the cities of Ephesus, Smyrna, Cyrene, and Myrina. She conquered the Asia Minor & Syria. She then set up a wooden statue of Artemis next to a beech tree in Ephesus. Amazons would often go there to perform rituals like the shield dance, beating the ground in unison to the accompaniment of pipes, playing a wild, warlike melody. The name Hippo is the Greek word for “horse” and not surprisingly, appears in many Amazon names.
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Goddess Chasca
“Chasca’s themes are the sun, fire, divination and love. Her symbols are the sun, fire and flowers. In Incan tradition, this Goddess created the dawn and twilight, the gentlest aspects of the sun. She uses light to draw sprouts from the ground and inspire blossoms. Her tender nature give Chasca associations with love. According to lore, She communicates to people through clouds and dew in a type of geomantic observation.
In the ancient Peruvian Incan Festival of the Sun, Incans reveled in Chasca’s power and beauty around this time when the sun reached its zenith. People made offerings to the Goddess, followed by folk dances around ritualfires. So, if you can hold an outdoor ritual today, build a fire and dance come dusk. Allow Chasca’s inspiring, growth-oriented energy to fill you to overflowing.
Incans also burned old clothing in ritual fire to banish sickness and bad luck. Try this, or burn an emblem of your troubles instead. As the token is consumed, Chasca transforms the negative energy into something positive.
If you’re fortunate to have a semicloudy day, go outside and ask a question of Chasca (ideally about relationships). Then watch for an answer in some form. For example, a heart would indicate that love is on its way!”
(Patricia Telesco, “365 Goddess: a daily guide to the magic and inspirationof the goddess”.)
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Mama Allpa

Andrean fertility Goddess depicted with multiple breasts. Her name translates from Quechua as “earth mother” or “world womb”.

Workshop Way Trail from Hippo Trail to J-Walk
South Woods/SE border

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Mama Kuka

The coca Goddess, her name in Quechua means “mother of coca”.

She is associated with health & joy.

In Incan mythology, Mama Kuka was originally a promiscuous woman who was cut in half by her many lovers.

From her body grew the first coca plant, the leaves of which are chewed to boost energy and are used by the Andrean priests in ritual offerings known as k’intus.

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Mama Quilla
Inca Goddess of the moon

She is the daughter ofMama Cocha, Goddess of the sea, and sister/wife of Inti, God of the sun. Mama Quilla was worshipped in particular by women, because she ruled over menstrual cycles and marriage.
While she was imagined in a human form, she was often represented by a disc made of either gold or silver—silver was considered to be Mama Quilla’s tears fallen to earth.
Their love for Mama Quilla made the Inca very afraid of lunar eclipses. They believed that the shadow on the moon was an animal attacking her, and they would throw weapons and yell at the animal to make it go away.
Mama Quilla’s name, which means “mother moon,” is also seen asMama Kilya.

Quillya Woods--SE quadrant of North Woods/#5

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Goddess Macha
Wild Irish Goddess who battles against injustice for woman & children
“Macha’s themes are victory, success, protection, fertility and fire. Her symbols are red items, the acorn and the crow. Macha means ‘mighty one.’ Macha used Her potency to clear the land for wheat, giving Her associations with fertility. She also used Her might to protect the Celts’ lands agains invaders, thereby becoming a war Goddess and guardian. Art shows Her dressed in red (color abhorrent to evil) and with blazing red hair, forever chasing off any malevolence that threatens Her children’s success.
Bonfire Night is May 22, Goddess Macha’s streaming red hair is honored through the red flames and it banished any evil spirits from the earth. So don any red-colored clothing today, or maybe temporarily dye your hair red to commemorate this Goddess and draw Her protective energies to your side. Eating red foods (like red peppers) is another alternative for internalizing Macha’s victorious power and overcoming any obstacle standing in your way.
Or, find some acorns and keep them in a Macha fetish bag (any natural-fiber drawstring bag). Anytime you want her power to manifest, simply plant the acorn and express your wish to it. Macha’s potential is in the acorn, ready to sprout!”
(Patricia Telesco, “365 Goddess: a daily guide to the magic and inspirationof the goddess”.)
Macha Woods—SW quadrant of North Woods/#3

The Celtic Moon Goddess Rhiannon
Born at the first Moon Rise and Divine Queen of Faeries
She is the Goddess of fertility, rebirth, wisdom, magic, transformation, beauty, artistic inspiration and poetry. Rhiannon manifests as a beautiful young woman dressed in gold, riding a pale horse, with singing birds flying around her head.The singing birds can wake spirits or grant sleep to mortals.
Rhiannon teaches us that with truth, patience, and love we can create change no matter how bleak life seems at the moment.
Ideally, Rhiannon would be worshiped at night with Moon high in the sky, within a grove of trees, upon an Altar made from forest materials.In the real world we can create an Altar to Hermade of wood or stone, adorned with images of horses, birds, golden or white candles, and a bouquet ofdaffodils, pansies or pure white flowers. Soft music playing in the background would be a perfect offering to Her.
Call on Her to reveal the truth in dreams, and to remove the role of victim from our lives.She teaches us patience, forgiveness and guides us to overcome injustice.She will aid us in magic concerning Moon Rituals, fertility, prosperity, divination and self-confidence.
Rhiannon rings like a bell thru the night
And wouldn’t you love to love her
She rules her life like a bird in flight
And who will be her lover…
And who will be her lover…
All your life you’ve never seen
A woman – taken by the wind
Would you stay if she promised you heaven
Will you ever win…
She is like a cat in the dark
And then she is the darkness
She rules her life like a fine skylark-
And when the sky is starless-
All your life you’ve never seen-
A woman – taken by the wind
Would you stay if she promised you heaven
Will you ever win…
Dreams unwind.
Love’s a state of mind.”
(by Stevie Nicks, sung by Fleetwood Mac)
Rhiannon Woods—NE quadrant of North Woods/#4

Goddess Danu
Danu is the most ancient of the Celtic gods. She was referred to as the mother of the Irish gods, which indicates that she was a mother goddess. In this guise she probably represented the earth and its fruitfulness. Many place names in Ireland are associated with her, most notable the Paps of Anu in Kerry, which resemble the breasts of a large supine female, part of the land. She is the ‘beantuathach’ (farmer), which reinforces the fertility aspect of the goddess. Rivers are associated with her, and represent the fertility and abundance in a land. There is a suggestion that Danu might have had dual characteristics, one being the beneficent, nurturing mother goddess, and another being the strong, malevolent side of the warrior goddess. The root “dan” in ancient Irish means art, skill, poetry, knowledge, and wisdom.
She is most associated with theTuatha Dé Danaan, the people of the goddess Danu. These were a group of people, descended fromNemed, who had been exiled from Ireland, and scattered. It is thought that Danu offered them her patronage, under which they succeeded in rebanding, learning new and magical skills, and returning to Ireland in a magical mist. The mist is thought to be the loving embrace of Danu herself. She is seen as having influenced them, nurturing these broken people back to strength, and imparting magic and esoteric wisdom to them. The Tuatha Dé Danaan are the clearest representatives in Irish myth of the powers of light and knowledge. In this story we can identify aspects of the nurturing mother goddess, the teacher imparting wisdom, as well as the warrior goddess who does not give up.
The Tuatha Dé Danaan were associated with Craftsmanship, music, poetry and magic, as was Danu herself.
Danu was clearly a very powerful and fundamental earth goddess, from which all power, wisdom and fecundity of the land poured forth. She was a wisdom goddess of Inspiration and intellect (In this case she is very similar to the goddess Brigit, who is thought to be the same goddess with a different title). She was also a teacher, as she passed many of her skills on to the Tuatha Dé Danaan. She also had aspects of the warrior goddess. In Danu we find traces of the triple goddess, so commonly associated with Irish goddesses.

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NE corner of Flidais Woods/North Woods/#1

Goddess Flidais
(pronounced flee-ish)
A complex Celtic Goddess with many differing stories and aspects. She represents both our domestic and our wild natures and is an appropriate Goddess to call on on this day of balance. She first appears in the ancient mythological cycles as an Earth Mother. She was the mother of the Irish cultivator heroes, Arden, and Bé Téite and the “she-farmers” Bé Chuille and Dinand. From Her they gained the power to cultivate and work the earth for the community.
She is considered a woodland Goddess by modern Celtic pagans. As Lady of the Forest she protects wild fauna and flora. But in mythology she is equally connected to bothwild and domestic animals. In particular deer and cattle are Her sacred animals, both of whom she milks. She Herself called all the wild animals “her cattle.”
Through Her many children Her aspect as a Mother Earth Goddess is seen. By Her strong association with milk and milking she can clearly be seen as a Goddess of Abundance. During the Cattle Raid of Cooley (Táin Bó Cúailnge) her magical herd of cattle supplied milk for the entire army every seven days.
In addition to her Earth Goddess aspect of nurturing and providing abundance, Flidais was said to be a shape-shifter, a Goddess of Sexuality, and a Healing Goddess. She was part of the Tuatha Dé Danaan. (“peoples of the goddess Danu”) – believed to come from the pre-Christian deities of Ireland. Similar to the Welsh Mabinogion, the Irish Ulster Cycles were first put into written form in the medieval period. In this Medieval cycle the “ Tuatha Dé” were morphed from ancient Goddesses and Gods into mortal queens, kings, and heroes..
She is often called Flidais Foltchaoin – Flidais the “Soft-haired” or “Fair- haired”. Some scholars believe that Her name means “wet one” whereas Monaghan feels that her name means “doe” and that she is closely associated with Artemis, the Greek Goddess of the Hunt.

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Who is the goddess of the forest? ›

Aranyani (Sanskrit: अरण्यानि, romanized: Araṇyānī, lit. 'forest') is the goddess of forests and the wild animals that dwell within them in Hinduism.

Who is the god goddess of nature? ›

The most widely known Greek goddess of nature is Gaia. She might be the most known but she is not the only one. There are many gods and goddesses of nature but here we discuss Gaia and her supremacy. Read ahead as we take you through the life of Gaia, the goddess of nature in Greek mythology.

Who was the god of nature and woods? ›

Silvanus (/sɪlˈveɪnəs/; meaning "of the woods" in Latin) was a Roman tutelary deity of woods and uncultivated lands. As protector of the forest (sylvestris deus), he especially presided over plantations and delighted in trees growing wild.

Who is the Celtic goddess of the forest? ›

Arduinna, Gaulish Goddess of Forests and Hunting is one of the many Celtic Goddesses who is associated with a particular region or body of water. She was worshipped in the heavily forested regions…

Who is the tree goddess? ›

Her name was Asherah and she was a tree! Okay, maybe she wasn't exactly a tree goddess, and maybe she wasn't exactly worshipped by Jews. But we do have many references throughout the Bible to Israelite worship of a feminine deity named Asherah, a Canaanite goddess represented by a living tree.

What is the name of spirit of forest? ›

Leshy, Slavic Spirit of the Forest.

Who is the goddess of wild nature? ›

Artemis, in Greek religion, the goddess of wild animals, the hunt, and vegetation and of chastity and childbirth; she was identified by the Romans with Diana.

Who is the goddess of plants? ›

Flora, in Roman religion, the goddess of the flowering of plants. Titus Tatius (according to tradition, the Sabine king who ruled with Romulus) is said to have introduced her cult to Rome; her temple stood near the Circus Maximus. Her festival, called the Floralia, was instituted in 238 bc.

Who is the goddess of nature and Earth? ›

Gaia was the Greek goddess of Earth, mother of all life, similar to the Roman Terra Mater (mother Earth) reclining with a cornucopia, or the Andean Pachamama, the Hindu, Prithvi, “the Vast One,” or the Hopi Kokyangwuti, Spider Grandmother, who with Sun god Tawa created Earth and its creatures.

Who is the Roman goddess of the woods? ›

In Roman mythology, Silvia is the goddess of the forest while Rhea Silvia was the mother of Romulus and Remus. Silvia is also the name of one of the female innamorati of the commedia dell'arte and is a character of the Aminta written by Torquato Tasso.

What are forest gods called? ›

ParentsPoseidon and Circe
God ofForests
HomeIsland of Sicily or Etruria
Roman NameFaunus

Who is the Egyptian god of trees? ›

Horus was one of several Egyptian deities that were associated with specific trees.

Who is the Norse goddess of nature? ›

Jord ("earth") is a female Jotunn. The Jötunn are a mythological race of giants. She is the goddess of the uncivilized, uncultivated, and wild earth.

Who is the goddess of spring and nature? ›

Goddess of spring and nature

In Orphic tradition, Persephone is said to be the daughter of Zeus and his mother Rhea, rather than of Demeter. The Orphic Persephone is said to have become by Zeus the mother of Dionysus, Iacchus, Zagreus, and the little-attested Melinoe.

Who was the Viking god of the forest? ›

Víðarr - God of the forest, revenge and silence.

Which tree is known as tree of the gods? ›

The peepal tree (Ficus religiosa) which is also known as, Bodhi tree, Bo tree, Ashvatha, the Buddha tree or the sacred fig, is a fast growing, deciduous tree having a large crown with wide spreading branches bearing heart shaped leaves.

What do you call a tree spirit? ›

dryad, also called hamadryad, in Greek mythology, a nymph or nature spirit who lives in trees and takes the form of a beautiful young woman. Dryads were originally the spirits of oak trees (drys: “oak”), but the name was later applied to all tree nymphs.

What is Aphrodite's tree? ›

In Ancient mythology the Myrtle tree is sacred, especially to Aphrodite, Greek goddess of love and beauty. Myrtle trees were planted in Aphrodite's temple gardens and she is often depicted with a Myrtle crown or wreath.

What is a forest angel? ›

Because of their white fur, the beautiful orange eyes and the fast, incredibly easy way to move through the tall trees, they have been nicknamed the “Angels of the Forest” in Madagascar. The Malagasy term Simpona, on the other hand, is the native name of the Silky Sifakas.

Who is the guardian of forest? ›

The Guardian of the Forest, is mutated field boss in Grey Forest near Bairan, covered with minerals, is armed with superior defense, high health, and AoE skills. It constantly summons golems that put pressure on raiders.

Who is known as guardian of the forest? ›

The Guardians of the Forests are representatives and leaders from indigenous and local communities from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Venezuela, Brasil, Congo and Indonesia: Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago of Indonesia (AMAN)

Who is the goddess of the outdoors? ›

Artemis – Goddess of the Outside World : Artemis.

Who is the god of the jungle? ›

Vucub is the God of Jungle Creatures. A stoic, honourable god, Vucub initially disliked humanity for their disrespect towards nature and animals.

Who is the god of greenery? ›

Shiva – the green God.

Who is the goddess of all growing things? ›

Demeter, in Greek religion, daughter of the deities Cronus and Rhea, sister and consort of Zeus (the king of the gods), and goddess of agriculture.

What is mother nature's name? ›

Mother Earth is a common figure in the mythology of many ancient cultures. The Greeks called her Gaia.

What is a nature spirit called? ›

Elementals are nature spirits that are linked to specific 'elements'. They are conscious, four-dimensional beings of pure spiritual energy.

Is there a sky goddess? ›

Nut /ˈnʊt/ (Ancient Egyptian: Nwt, Coptic: Ⲛⲉ), also known by various other transcriptions, is the goddess of the sky, stars, cosmos, mothers, astronomy, and the universe in the ancient Egyptian religion. She was seen as a star-covered nude woman arching over the Earth, or as a cow.

Is there a Greek god for nature? ›

Demeter. Demeter was the goddess of nature and fertility. She maintained the circle of life on the earth (the circle of young and old, life and death), alternating the seasons and reviving nature in spring.

Who is the goddess of the woods moon and the hunt? ›


Who are the nymphs of the woods? ›

DRYADES (Dryads) were the nymphs of the trees, forests and groves. Some Dryades were Naiades (Water-Nymphs) who happened to preside over the trees growing beside their spring or stream.

What is the nature god called? ›

This kind of high god—the deus otiosus, Latin for “hidden, or idle, god”—is one who has delegated all work on earth to what are called “nature spirits,” which are the forces or personifications of the forces of nature.

Is there an Egyptian god of nature? ›

Geb was the Egyptian god of the earth and a mythological member of the Ennead of Heliopolis. He could also be considered a father of snakes. It was believed in ancient Egypt that Geb's laughter created earthquakes and that he allowed crops to grow.

Who is the Egyptian goddess of plants? ›

Tefnut (tfnwt) is a deity of moisture, moist air, dew and rain in Ancient Egyptian religion. She is the sister and consort of the air god Shu and the mother of Geb and Nut. The goddess Tefnut portrayed as a woman with the head of a lioness and a sun disc resting on her head.

Who is the Egyptian goddess of nature and magic? ›

1) Isis in Egyptian mythology. Isis is the Egyptian goddess of magic, fertility, motherhood, healing, and rebirth. Isis is a deity that became so popular in Egypt that her cult was also imported and partially adopted in Europe (especially in Greece and the Roman Empire).

Is Mother Nature a goddess? ›

In Greek mythology, Mother Nature was known and even worshiped as Gaea, the goddess of earth and one of the deities born at the dawn of creation, only coming second to the birth of chaos.

Is there a Greek god of plants? ›

The name Antheia was also given to Hera and connected to the Horae, under which she had a temple at Argos. It was also an epithet of Aphrodite at Knossos. She was the goddess of vegetation, gardens, blossoms, especially worshipped in spring and near lowlands and marshlands, favorable to the growth of vegetation.

Who is the god of grass? ›

Within Greek mythology, Demeter is the goddess of agriculture, fertile soils/land, fruit, grasses, and grains. Demeter belongs to the tradition of earth-mother and comes from the Mediterranean part of the world. She is commonly known as a fertility goddess.

Who is god of elements of nature? ›

Gaia, the goddess of the earth and its personification. She is also the primal mother goddess.

Is there a winter goddess? ›

Marzanna, slavic Goddess of Winter, Death, and Rebirth (also Marena, Morena, Morana, Mara, Maslenitsa).

Is there an Earth goddess? ›

Gaea, also called Ge, Greek personification of the Earth as a goddess. Mother and wife of Uranus (Heaven), from whom the Titan Cronus, her last-born child by him, separated her, she was also mother of the other Titans, the Gigantes, the Erinyes, and the Cyclopes (see giant; Furies; Cyclops).

What is the Norse word for wood? ›

Etymology 1

From Proto-Norse *ᚹᛁᛞᚢᛉ (*widuz), from Proto-Germanic *widuz (“wood”).

What is the Norse word for forest? ›

The word myrkviðr is a compound of two words. The first element is myrkr "dark", which is cognate to, among others, the English adjectives mirky and murky. The second element is viðr "wood, forest".

Who is god of the woods and Shepherd? ›

In ancient Greek religion and mythology, Pan (/pæn/; Ancient Greek: Πάν, romanized: Pán) is the god of the wild, shepherds and flocks, rustic music and impromptus, and companion of the nymphs.

Who is the guardian of the forest? ›

The Guardians of the Forests are representatives and leaders from indigenous and local communities from Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, Venezuela, Brasil, Congo and Indonesia: Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago of Indonesia (AMAN)

Who is the Roman goddess of nature? ›

Also known as Terra Mater, this goddess is the Roman counterpart of the Greek goddess Gaea. Literally “Mother Earth,” Tellus Mater was responsible for agriculture and earthquakes, as well as marriage and fertility.

What names mean forest? ›

Girl Names That Mean Forest Or Wood
  • Aase. This rare yet beautiful name is of Old Norse origin. ...
  • Amadahy. In the Native American language, Amadahy refers to forest water (Cherokee).
  • Adoette. The Native American origin name means the forest or the Olive tree.
  • Aiken. ...
  • Althea. ...
  • Aranya. ...
  • Arna. ...
  • Asiza.
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What are the monsters of The Forest? ›

Enemy Creatures
  • Armsy (the "octopus" mutant)
  • Virginia (the "spider" mutant)
  • Cowman the "bull" mutant.
  • Mutant Baby.
  • Mutant Megan.
  • John (the worm)

Who was the titan in The Forest? ›

In order to capture Historia Reiss, Ymir transforms into her Titan. The Survey Corps notice this and head into the forest. After coming into Ymir's proximity, Historia is swallowed by Ymir, who uses the trees to escape.

Is there a Greek god of wood? ›

PHAUNOS (Phaunus) was a god of forests. In Nonnus' Dionysiaca he was one of the rustic deities to accompany Dionysos in his war against the Indians.

Who is the Egyptian goddess of nature? ›

Nut /ˈnʊt/ (Ancient Egyptian: Nwt, Coptic: Ⲛⲉ), also known by various other transcriptions, is the goddess of the sky, stars, cosmos, mothers, astronomy, and the universe in the ancient Egyptian religion. She was seen as a star-covered nude woman arching over the Earth, or as a cow.

Who is the goddess of nature and life? ›

Gaia was the Greek goddess of Earth, mother of all life, similar to the Roman Terra Mater (mother Earth) reclining with a cornucopia, or the Andean Pachamama, the Hindu, Prithvi, “the Vast One,” or the Hopi Kokyangwuti, Spider Grandmother, who with Sun god Tawa created Earth and its creatures.


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