Etruscan Mythology Submitted Names

These names occur in the mythologies and legends of the Etruscans.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Achuvesr m Etruscan Mythology
Of uncertain etymology. Name borne by a deity associated with the goddess Turan.
Aita m Etruscan Mythology
The Etruscan god of the underworld. He is identical with the Greek Hades and the Roman god Pluto.
Alpan f Etruscan Mythology
The Etruscan goddess of love and the underworld. She belongs to the Lasas and is usually portrayed naked.
Alpanu f Etruscan Mythology
The Etruscan goddess of the underworld, associated with rebirth, revenge, and triumph out of suffering.
Areatha f Etruscan Mythology
Areatha is the Etruscan name for Ariadne, a character from Ancient Greek religion.
Artume f Etruscan Mythology
Etruscan form of Artemis.
Februus m Roman Mythology, Etruscan Mythology
Februus is an ancient Italic god of purifications, who was worshipped by both the Romans and Etruscans.
Feronia f Etruscan Mythology
Derived from a Sabine adjective corresponding to Latin fĕrus "not cultivated, untamed; of the field, wood; not mitigated by any cultivation". Feronia was a goddess associated with wildlife, fertility, health, and abundance... [more]
Fufluns m Etruscan Mythology
Etruscan deity, predominantly of wine, health, happiness, and growth. He is often considered the Etruscan equivalent of the Greek god Dionysus and the Roman god Bacchus.
Hercle m Etruscan Mythology
Etruscan equivalent of Heracules/Hercules.... [more]
Losna f Etruscan Mythology
An Etruscan goddess of the moon.
Mania f Etruscan Mythology, Roman Mythology
In Roman and Etruscan mythology, Mania was a goddess of the dead. She, along with Mantus, ruled the underworld. She was said to be the mother of ghosts, the undead, and other spirits of the night, as well as the Lares and the Manes... [more]
Mantus m Etruscan Mythology
In Etruscan myth and religion, Mantus was a god of the underworld in the Po Valley as described by Servius.
Maris m Etruscan Mythology
Etruscan god often depicted as an infant or child. He was the son of Hercle, the Etruscan equivalent of Heracles.
Menrva f Etruscan Mythology
Menrva was an Etruscan goddess of war, art, wisdom, and medicine. She contributed much of her character to Roman Minerva, when that culture evolved. She was the child of Uni and Tinia... [more]
Nortia f Etruscan Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Nurtia. This was the name of the Etruscan goddess of fate and fortune. Her attribute is a large nail and at the beginning of the New Year a nail was driven into a wall in her sanctuary... [more]
Nurtia f Etruscan Mythology
Etruscan form of Nortia.
Nyrcia f Etruscan Mythology
The Etruscan goddess of fate and chance, who changes the inevitable and rewrites the past and future.
Semla f Etruscan Mythology
Etruscan form of Semele.
Thalna f Etruscan Mythology
The Etruscan goddess of childbirth. She is often found in the company of the god Tinia, who is presumably her consort.
Thesan f Etruscan Mythology
In Etruscan mythology, Thesan was the Etruscan goddess of the dawn, divination and childbirth (as well as a love-goddess) and was associated with the generation of life. Her name is derived from Etruscan thesan "divination".
Tinia m Etruscan Mythology
Tinia was the god of the sky and the highest god in Etruscan mythology, equivalent to the Roman Jupiter and the Greek Zeus... [more]
Turan f Etruscan Mythology
Turan was the Etruscan goddess of love, fertility and vitality and patroness of the city of Velch. She was commonly associated with birds such as the dove, goose and above all the swan. Her name is the pre-Hellenic root of Turannos (absolute ruler, see tyrant), so Turan can be viewed as “Mistress".
Uni f Etruscan Mythology
Uni is the ancient goddess of marriage, fertility, family, and women in Etruscan religion and myth, and the patron goddess of Perugia. The name itself is of uncertain etymology, it may, however, be related to an Indo-European root iuni "young", connecting to her association with fertility, love, and marriage.
Veive m Etruscan Mythology
The Etruscan god of revenge. He is portrayed as a young man wearing a laurel wreath and holding arrows in his hand. A goat stands next to him.
Veltha m Etruscan Mythology
Alternate name of Voltumna, an etruscan god.
Vertumnus m Etruscan Mythology
Variation of Voltumna. See also Tumnus.
Voltumna m Etruscan Mythology
Voltumna, also known as Veltha, is a chthonic god of the Etruscans, later elevated to the status of supreme god. He is also the patron god of the federation of twelve Etruscan city states... [more]