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Pug Wearing a Viking HelmetA
Acheron {ack-uh-ron} Greek
Achilles {uh-kil’-eez} Greek
Actaeon {ak’-tee-uhn} Greek
Adrasteia {a-dras’-tee-uh} Greek
Aeacus {ee’-uh-kuhs} Greek
Aegisthus {ay’-gis-thus} Greek
Aeneas {ay-nay’-uhs} Roman
Aeolus {ee’-oh-luhs} Greek
Agamemnon {ag-uh-mem’-nahn} Greek
Aganippe {ag’-uh-nip-ee} Greek
Aias {i’-uhs} Greek
Al Borak {al baw’-rak} Islamic
Alcestis {al-ses’-tis} Greek
Alcinous {al-ki’-no-uhs} Greek
Alcyone {al-sy’-uh-nee} Greek
Allanque {awl lawn’ kay} Native American
Alowatsakima {ah-lo-wat-sa-kima} Native American
Amaltheia {am-al-thee’-uh} Greek
Amaterasu {ah’-mah-tay-rah-soo} Japanese
Ambrosia {am-broh’-zhuh} Greek
Amphitryon {am-fi’-tree-ahn} Greek
Ananke {a’-nan-kee} Greek
Anchises {an-ky’-seez} Roman
Andromeda {an-drahm’-uh-duh} Greek
Ankou {ahn-koo} General folklore
Annwn {an’oon} Celtic
Antaeus {an-tee’-uhs} Greek
Antilochus {an-til’–o-kuhs} Greek
Antinous {an-ti’-no-uhs} Greek
Antiope {an-ty’-oh-pee} Greek
Anu {ay’-noo} Mesopotamian
Anubis {uh-noo’-bis} Egyptian
Aphrodite {af-roh-dy’-tee} Greek
Apollo {a-pol’-lo} Greek
Arachne {uh-rak’-nee} Greek
Ares {air’-eez} Greek
Arethusa {ar-uh-thoo’-zuh} Greek
Ariadne {air-ee-ad’-nee} Greek
Arioch {ar’iok} Other
Aristaeus {air-i-stee’-uhs} Greek
Armageddon {ahr-muh-ged’-uhn} Other
Arondight {ah’ron-dit} Arthurian
Artemis {ahr’-tuh-mis} Greek
Asclepius {as-klee’-pee-uhs} Greek
Astarte {uh-stahr’-tee} Other
Astyanax {as-tie’–a-naks} Greek
Athena {a-thee’na} Greek
Atreus {ay’-tree-uhs} Greek
Augeas {aw-jee’-uhs} Greek
Aunggaak {awn’gak} Native American
Ausautas {ow’-shaow-tas} Other
Ausonia {aw-so’ni-uh} Roman
Ausrine {ow-shri’-nay} Other
Austeja {ow-stay’-jay} Other
Automedon {aw-tom’idon} Greek
Autrimpas {ow-trim’-pas} OtherB
Ba Xian {bah shee-en} Chinese
Baal {bay’-uh} Judaic
Bacchus {bak-uhs} Roman
Badoura {ba-doo’rah} Islamic
Balkis {bol’-kis} Islamic
Balor {b’-lor} Celtic
Baobhan Sith {baa’-van shee} General folklore
Basilisk {baz’-uh-lisk} General folklore
Bean Nighe {ben-nee’-yeh} General folklore
Bellerophon {buh-lair’-uh-fahn} Greek
Bile {bee’-leh} Celtic
Bona Dea {boh’-nuh day’-uh} Roman
Boreas {bohr’-ee-uhs} Greek
Bragi {bray’-gee} Norse
Briseis {bri-say’-is} GreekC
Cabiri {kah-bi’ri} Greek
Cader Idris {kad’er id’ris} General folklore
Calchas {kal’-kuhs} Greek
Caliburn {kal’iboen} Arthurian
Callisto {kuh-lis’-toh} Greek
Calypso {ka-lip’-so} Greek
Camlann {kam’lan} Arthurian
Cassandra {kuh-san’-druh} Greek
Cassiopeia {kas-ee-oh-pee’-uh} Greek
Cecrops {see’-krahps} Greek
Cephalus {sef’-uh-luhs} Greek
Cerberus {sur’-bur-uhs} Greek
Ceres {sir’-eez} Roman
Chaos {kay’-ahs} Greek
Charon {kair’-uhn} Greek
Charybdis {kar-ib’-dis} Greek
Chiron {ky’-rahn} Greek
Circe {sur’-see} Greek
Cliodhna {Cleena} Celtic
Clytemnestra {kly-tem-nes’-truh} Greek
Coatlicue {coh-ah-tlee’-cooeh} Aztec
Cornucopia {kohr-noo-koh’-pee-uh} Greek
Coyolxauhqui {coh-yohl-shau’-kee} Aztec
Crom Cruach {crom croo’-ach} Celtic
Cronus {kroh’-nuhs} Greek
Cuchulainn {koo-hoo’lin} Celtic
Cyclopes {sy’-klahps} Greek
Cylleneius {si-le’ni-uhs} GreekD
Danae {dan’-ay-ee} Greek
Danaus {dan’-ay-uhs} Greek
Demeter {dih-mee’-tur} Greek
Demon {dee’-muhn} Other
Deucalion {ue-kay’-lee-uhn} Greek
Di-cang {dee-zang} Chinese
Dido {dy’-doh} Greek
Dimste {dim’stay} Other
Diomedes {dy-oh-meed’-eez} Greek
Dionysus {dy-uh-ny’-suhs} Greek
Dodona {doh-doh’-nuh} Greek
Dyaus Pita {dowse pee-ta} Hindu
Dyavaprthivi {day-va-prit’hi-vee} HinduE
Ea {ay’-ah} Mesopotamian
Echidna {e-kid’nah} Greek
Echo {ek’o} Greek
Edda {ed’-uh} Norse
Egeria {ee-jir’-ee-uh} Roman
Elara {ee-lah’-ruh} Greek
Electra {ee-lek’-truh} Greek
Electra {ee-lek’-truh} Greek
Enceladus {en-sell’-ah-dus} Greek
Endymion {en-dim’-ee-uhn} Greek
Eos {ee’-ahs} Greek
Epimetheus {ep-ee-mee’-thee-us} Greek
Erebus {air’-i-buhs} Greek
Erechtheus {ir-ek’-thee-uhs} Greek
Eris {ee’-ris} Greek
Eros {air’-ohs} Greek
Eumenides {u-men’-i-dez} Greek
Europa {yur-oh’-puh} Greek
Eurynome {ue-rin’-ah-mee} GreekF
Fauna {fawn’-ah} Roman
Fauns {fawn} Roman
Faunus {fawn’-uhs} Roman
Fenrir {fen’-rir} Norse
Finn Mac Cumhail {fin muh-kool’} Celtic
Fionnuala {finn-oo-lah} Celtic
Freischütz {fry’shutz} General folklore
Freya {fray’-ah} Norse
Freyr {frayr} Norse
Furies {fyur’-eez} RomanG
Gaia {jee’-uh} Greek
Galatea {gal-uh-tee’-uh} Greek
Garuda {guh’-ruh-duh} Hindu
Gemini {jem’-in-y} Greek
Glas Ghaibhneach {glas gain’-ach} General folklore
Glaucus {glaw’-kuhs} Greek
Gorgons {gohr’-guhns} Greek
Griffin {grif’-in} General folklore
Gruagach {groo-ah-gak} Other
Gui {guay} ChineseH
Hades {hay’-deez} Greek
Haole {hah-o-lay} Polynesian
Hathor {hat’hor} Egyptian
Hawenniyo {ha-wen-neeyo} Native American
Hebe {hee’-bee} Greek
Hecate {hek’-a-tee} Greek
Hector {hek’-tur} Greek
Hecuba {hek’-yoo-buh} Greek
Heimdall {haym’-dahl} Norse
Helen {hel’-en} Greek
Helenus {hel’-uh-nuhs} Greek
Helios {hee’-lee-ahs} Greek
Hephaestus {huh-fes’-tuhs} Greek
Hera {hir’-uh} Greek
Hercules {hur’-kyoo-leez} Roman
Hermaphroditus {hur-maf-roh-dy’-tuhs} Greek
Hermes {hur’-meez} Greek
Hermione {hur-my’-uh-nee} Greek
Hero and Leander {hieer’-oh, lee-an’-dur} Greek
Hesperides {hes-pair’-i-deez} Greek
Hestia {hes’-tee-uh} Greek
Himalia {hy-mal’-ee-uh} Greek
Hippolyta {hi-pahl’-i-tee} Greek
Hippolytus {hi-pahl’-i-tuhs} Greek
Horus {hohr’-uhs} Egyptian
Houris {hoo’ri} Islamic
Huitzilopochtli {wee-tsee-loh-poch’-tlee} Aztec
Hyacinthus {hy-uh-sin’-thuhs} Greek
Hygieia {hy-jee’-uh} Greek
Hyperion {hy-peer’-ee-uhn} Greek
I
Icarus {ik’aruhs} Greek
Inghean Bhuidhe {een’awn boo’ee} Celtic
i’noGo tied {ihn’uh goh tyd’} Native American
Inua {ihn’oo ah} Native American
Io {ee’-oh} Greek
Iphigenia {if-uh-juh-ny’-uh} Greek
Iris {y’-ris} Greek
Irus {i-ruhs} Greek
Isis {y’-sis} Egyptian
Ixion {iks’-ee-ahn} Greek
J
Jabberwock {jab-er-wah-kee} General folklore
Janus {jayn’-uhs} Roman
Jason {jay’-suhn} Greek
Jimaninos {heem-awn-neen-yo’s} General folkloreK
Kishelemukong {keesh ay lay mukong} Native American
Kraken {Krah’kun} General folkloreL
Laestrygones {lie-stri-go’-nays} Greek
Lamia {laym’-ee-uh} Greek
Laomedon {lay-ahm’-ih-dahn} Greek
Larissa {la’-ree-suh} Greek
Lasair {loh’seer} Celtic
Leda {lee’-duh} Greek
Lethe {lee’-thee} Greek
Leto {lee’-toh} Greek
Lir {leer} Celtic
Lliannan-She {le-an’uhn-shee} General folklore
Loki {loh’-kee} Norse
Lotophages {lo-to-fag’-es} Greek
Lysithea {ly-see’-thee-uh} Greek M
Macha {mak-kha} Celtic
Maenads {mee’-nadz} Greek
Manetuwak {mah nay’too wahk} Native American
Manitou {man’uh-too} Native American
Manu {muh’-noo} Hindu
Marduk {mah’-duk} Mesopotamian
Marsyas {mahr-see-uhs} Greek
Matagi {matangi} Polynesian
Medea {meh-dee’-uh} Greek
Medusa {muh-doo’-suh} Greek
Meleager {mel-ee-ay’-jur} Greek
Memnon {mem’-nahn} Greek
Menelaus {men-uh-lay’-uhs} Greek
Meteinuwak {may tay’inu-wahk} Native American
Metis {mee’-tis} Greek
Midas {my’-duhs} Greek
Mimas {my’-mas} Greek
Mimir {mee’-mir} Norse
Minos {my’-nuhs} Greek
Mnemosyne {nemoz’ini} Greek
Moddey Dhoo {maw-dhu doo} General folklore
Morpheus {mohr’-fee-uhs} Greek
Morrigan {mor-rig-ahn} CelticN
Nagas {nah’-guhs} Hindu
Naiads {nay’-ads} Greek
Narcissus {nahr-sis’-uhs} Greek
Nemesis {nem’-uh-sis} Greek
Neoptolemus {nee-ahp-tahl’-i-muhs} Greek
Nereids {nee’-reeds} Greek
Nereus {nee’-ree-uhs} Greek
Nestor {nes’-tur} Greek
Niflheim {nee’-ful-hym} Norse
Nike {ny’-kee} Greek
Niobe {ny’-oh-bee} Greek
Nisse {niss-eh} General folkloreO
Odin {oh’-din} Norse
Odysseus {oh-dis’-ee-uhs} Greek
Ohtas {oe’tahs} Native American
Ometeotl {oh-meh-teh-ohtl’} Aztec
Orestes {ohr-es’-teez} Greek
Orion {oh-ry’-uhn} Greek
Orpheus {ohr’-fee-uhs} GreekP
Palamedes {pal-uh-meed’-eez} Greek
Pandora {pan-dohr’-uh} Greek
Paris {par’-is} Greek
Patroclus {pa-tro’-kluhs} Greek
Pegasus {peg’-uh-suhs} Greek
Pele {pay’-lay} Polynesian
Peleus {pe-lay’-uhs} Greek
Pelops {pee’-lahps} Greek
Penates {puh-nay’-teez} Roman
Penelope {puh-nel’-uh-pee} Greek
Persephone {pur-sef’-uh-nee} Greek
Perseus {pur’-see-uhs} Greek
Phaeton {fay’-uh-thuhn} Greek
Philoctetes {fil-ahk-tee’-teez} Greek
Philomela {fil-oh-mee’-luh} Greek
Phobos {fo’-bos} Greek
Phoebe {fee’-bee} Greek
Phoenix {fee’-niks} Greek
Pirithous {py-rith’-oh-uhs} Greek
Pleiades {plee’-uh-deez} Greek
Pluto {ploo’-toh} Roman
Polyphemus {pah-luh-fee’-muhs} Greek
Poseidon {puh-sy’-duhn} Greek
Priam {pri’-am} Greek
Priapus {pry-ay’-puhs} Roman
Prometheus {proh-mee’-thee-uhs} Greek
Proteus {proh’-tee-uhs} Greek
Prthivi {prit’hi-vee} Hindu
Psyche {sy’-kee} Greek
Ptah {ptah} Egyptian
Pygmalion {pig-mayl’-ee-uhn} Greek
Pyramus and Thisbe {peer’-uh-muhs thiz’-bee} Other
Python {py’-thahn} GreekQ
Quaoar {kwah’-o-ar} Native American
Quetzalcoatl {keht-sahl-coh’-atl} Aztec
Quirinus {kwir’-in-uhs} RomanR
Ragnarok {rag’-nuh-rahk} Norse
Remus {ree’-muhs} Roman
Rhea {ree’-uh} Greek
Romulus {rahm’-yoo-luhs} RomanS
Sarpedon {sahr-pee’-duhn} Greek
Satan {say’-tuhn} Judaic
Satyrs {say’-tur} Greek
Scathach {scou’-ha, or skah’-thakh} Celtic
Sciron {si’ron} Greek
Scylla {sil’-uh} Greek
Selene {suh-lee’-nee} Greek
Semele {sem’-uh-lee} Greek
Semiramis {sem-ir’-uh-mis} Other
Sibyl {sib’-ul} Greek
Sidhe {shee} General folklore
Silenus {sy-lee’-nuhs} Greek
Sinon {si’non} Greek
Sinope {see’-noh-pee} Greek
Sisyphus {sis’-i-fuhs} Greek
Sluag {sloo-ah} General folklore
Somnus {sahm’-nuhs} Roman
Styx {stiks} Greek

T
Taime {ty-may’} Native American
Tantalus {tan’-tuh-luhs} Greek
Tartarus {tahr’-tuh-ruhs} Greek
Telemachus {tuh-lem’-a-kuhs} Greek
Tethys {thee’-thus} Greek
Tezcatlipoca {tehs-cah-tlee-poh’-cah} Aztec
Thalassa {tuh-lass’-uh} Greek
Thanatos {than’-uh-tahs} Greek
Thebe {thee’-bee} Greek
Theseus {thee’-see-uhs} Greek
Thetis {thee’-tis} Greek
Thisbe {thiz’-bee} Other
Thor {thohr} Norse
Thoth {thahth} Egyptian
Tir na n-Og {teer na no-‘gue} Celtic
Tiresias {ty-ree’-see-uhs} Greek
Titans {ty’-tuhns} Greek
Tlaloc {tlah’-lohk} Aztec
Triton {tryt’-uhn} Greek
Tuatha Dé Danann {thoo’a-haw day dah’-nawn} Celtic
Twm Shon Catti {toom shon kat’i} Celtic

U
Ultor {uhl’tawr} Roman
Ulysses {yoo-lis’-eez} Roman
Uranus {yoo-ray’-nuhs} Greek

V
Valhalla {val-hal’-uh} Norse
Valkyries {val-keer’-eez} Norse
Veeteni {ve-e-te-ni} Polynesian
Vesta {ves’-tuh} Roman
Vulcan {vuhl’-kuhn} Roman

W
Wakan {wah’k’n} Native American
Wananikwe {wah nuh nihk’way} Native American
Wendigo {win-dee-go} Native American
Wovoka {who-voh’kuh} Native American

X
Xevioso {he-vi-o’so} African

Y
Yaaru {yah’roo} Egyptian
Ymir {ee’-mair} Norse
Yuwipi {yoo-wih’pee} Native American

Z
Zeus {zoos} Greek

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