Gahonga: North American (Iroquois). River and rock spirits.
Gaia: Greek. Primal goddess of the Earth.
Gandayah: North American (Iroquois). Earth-fertility spirits.
Gandharvas: Indian (Hindu). Male nature spirits, husbands of the Apsaras. Some are part animal, usually a bird or horse. They have superb musical skills, and act as messengers between the gods and humans.
Ganesha: Indian (Hindu). God of knowledge, thresholds, wisdom, literature, and fire. His head was chopped off and replaced with the head of an elephant. Revered as the Remover of Obstacles; patron of arts and sciences, and the god of intellect and wisdom.
Ganga: Indian (Hindu). Goddess of the Ganges River, often depicted as a beautiful woman with a fish tail instead of legs.
Gans: North American (Apache). Mountain spirits tasked with teaching humans the arts of civilization.
Ga-oh: North American (Iroquois). Master of the Winds, said to be a giant who kept his lodge of four doors in the Western sky.
Garbh Ogh: Celtic (Ireland). Hunting goddess whose name means "rough youth"; she was said to have a chariot drawn by elks. Associated with seasonal rites and ecological magic.
Garmangabis: Celtic (Britain). Goddess about whom little is known today; brought to Britain by the Romans.
Garuda: Indian (Hindu). Large mythical bird or bird-like god associated with the rays of the sun.
Gauna: Bush men of Africa. God who leads the spirits of the dead. Associated with harassment, disruption, and death.
Gauri: Indian (Hindu). Wife of the god Shiva, represents purity and austerity.
Gavida: Celtic (Ireland). Minor forge god.
Ge: Dahomey, west Africa. God associated with the moon.
Geb: Egyptian. The personification of the earth, sometimes seen as containing the dead, or imprisoning those not worthy to go to Aaru (heavenly paradise). The god who laid the egg from which the sun was hatched. His sacred animal was the goose.
Geong Si: Chinese. Zombies with physical bodies but no thought or life.
Goewin: Celtic (Wales). Sovereignty goddess and May queen; Math fab Mathonwy's foot-holder, raped by Gilfaethwy. Learning that she was no longer a virgin, Math punished Gilfaethwy and his accomplice Gwydion, and married Goewin himself.
Geyaguga: North American (Cherokee). Moon god.
Gluskap: North American (Iroquois). The good creator god who ruled the realm of the light—while his evil twin brother Malsum ruled the realm of the dark.
Gog: Celtic. God associated with fertility.
Gohone: North American (Iroquois). The deification of winter.
Goidniu: Celtic (Ireland and Wales). God of blacksmiths and the forge, associated with metal-working, jewry-making, fire and brewing.
Goleuddydd: Celtic (Wales). Name means "light of day." Goddess associated with pigs, independence, and family ties.
Grainne: Celtic (Ireland and Scotland). Sun goddess associated with fire, knowledge, and herbs.
Great Head: North American (Iroquois). A giant malevolent head which rested on slender legs and lived on a jagged rock.
Grian: Celtic (Ireland). Name means "sunny"; goddess of the sun, and the changing seasons.
Guaire: Celtic (Ireland). God of protection and guardians.
Gu: West Africa. God associated with smiths and war.
Gucumatz: Mayan. Serpent god who taught humans the art of agriculture.
Gudratrigakwitl: North American: (Wiyot). God who created the universe by spreading his palms and fingers wide, like wings.
Guruhi: Gambia, Africa. Evil god who has the power of life and death over his enemies. Associated with meteors.
Gwawl Ap Clud: Celtic (Wales). Minor sun god thought to be the son of the goddess Clug.
Gwen: Celtic (Wales). Minor sun goddess known for her overpowering, abundant beauty.
Gwyddno: Celtic (Wales). At one time a sea god, he is the supposed ruler of a sunken land off the coast of Wales, known as Cantre'r Gwaelod.
Gwynn Ap Nudd: Celtic (Wales). God of the underworld who escorted the souls of the dead there, and led a pack of supernatural hounds. Associated with seasonal rites, strength, and contact with spirits.
Gwethyr: Celtic (Wales). God of the upperworld; opposite of Gwynn Ap Nudd.
Gwydion: Celtic (Wales). Magician brother of Gilfaethwy and Arianrhod, and the nephew of Math fab Mathonwy; son of the goddess Dôn. His name probably means "to speak poetry." Associated with music, learning, illusion, and healing.