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AatxemBasque Mythology, Popular Culture Means "calf" or more specifically, "young bull" in Basque. In Basque mythology, Aatxe is either the androgynous deity Mari embodied as a young cow or bull, or a lesser shapeshifting spirit that takes the form of a bull and occasionally a human; the latter emerges at night, especially in stormy weather, from his cave dwelling in the Basque mountains.
AhuñafBasque (Rare), Basque Mythology From the name of a mountain in the Basque region of Spain whose Basque name Ahuñamendi is derived from Basque ahuña "small goat" and mendi "mountain".... [more]
AidefBasque Mythology Derived from Basque aide "air", Aide is a supernatural entity that either helps or hinders the living. She could manifest herself in both good (gentle breeze) and evil (storm wind) forms.
EtsaimBasque Mythology A spirit of knowledge in Basque mythology, his name means "devil" or "fiend". He teaches in a cave, and knows a great deal, but he is feared because, at the end of his lectures, he requires one of his students to remain at his service forever... [more]
IngumamBasque Mythology In Basque mythology, Inguma is a nocturnal spirit who enters the home at night and tries to disturb the sleep of those who live at the place (similar to the Alp and Mara in Germanic folklore). To ward him off, one needs to seek help of Saint Agnes.