LIST OF MESOPOTAMIAN
DEITIES PART - 2

Major Deities :

Hadad (or Adad)
:
Storm and rain god
Enlil (or Ashur)
:
God of air, head of the Assyrian and Sumerian pantheon
Anu (or An)
God of heaven and the sky, lord of constellations, and father of the gods
Dagon (or Dagan)
:
God of fertility
Enki (or Ea)
:
God of the Abzu, crafts, water, intelligence, mischief and creation and divine ruler of the Earth and its humans
Ereshkigal
:
Goddess of Irkalla, the Underworld
Inanna (later known as Ishtar)
:
Goddess of fertility, love, and war
Marduk
:
Patron deity of Babylon who eventually became regarded as the head of the Babylonian pantheon
Nabu
:
God of wisdom and writing
Nanshe
:
Goddess of prophecy, fertility and fish
Nergal
:
God of plague, war, and the sun in its destructive capacity; later husband of Ereshkigal
Ninhursag (or Mami, Belet-Ili, Ki, Ninmah, Nintu, or Aruru)
:
Earth and mother goddess
Ninlil
:
Goddess of the air; consort of Enlil
Ninurta
:
Champion of the gods, the epitome of youthful vigor, and god of agriculture
Shamash (or Utu)
:
God of the sun, arbiter of justice and patron of travelers
Sin (or Nanna)
:
God of the moon
Tammuz (or Dumuzid)
:
God of food and vegetation

Minor deities :

This is only some of them. There are thousands.

Abu
:
A minor god of vegetation
Ama-arhus
:
Akkadian fertility goddess; later merged into Ninhursag
Amasagnul
:
Akkadian fertility goddess
Amurru
:
God of the Amorite people
An
:
A goddess, possibly the female principle of Anu
Arah
:
The goddess of fate
Asaruludu or Namshub
:
A protective deity
Ashnan
:
Goddess of grain
Aya
:
A mother goddess and consort of Shamash
Azimua
:
A minor Sumerian goddess
Bau
:
Dog-headed patron goddess of Lagash
Belet-Seri
:
Recorder of the dead entering the underworld
Birdu
:
An underworld god; consort of Manungal and later syncretized with Nergal
Bunene
:
Divine charioteer of Shamash
Damgalnuna
:
Mother of Marduk
Damu
:
God of vegetation and rebirth; possibly a local offshoot of Dumuzi
Emesh
:
God of vegetation, created to take responsibility on earth for woods, fields, sheep folds, and stables
Enbilulu
:
God of rivers, canals, irrigation and farming
Endursaga
:
A herald god
Enkimdu
:
God of farming, canals and ditches
Enmesarra
:
An underworld god of the law, equated with Nergal
Ennugi
:
Attendant and throne-bearer of Enlil
Enshag
:
A minor deity born to relieve the illness of Enki
Enten
:
God of vegetation, created to take responsibility on earth for the fertility of ewes, goats, cows, donkeys, birds
Erra
:
Akkadian god of mayhem and pestilence
Gaga
:
A minor deity featured in the Enûma Eliš
Gatumdag
:
A fertility goddess and tutelary mother goddess of Lagash
Geshtinanna
:
Sumerian goddess of wine and cold seasons, sister to Dumuzid
Geshtu-E
:
Minor god of intelligence
Gibil or Gerra
:
God of fire
Gugalanna
:
The Great Bull of Heaven, the constellation Taurus and the first husband of Ereshkigal
Gunara
:
A minor god of uncertain status
Hahanu
:
A minor god of uncertain status
Hani
:
An attendant of the storm god Adad
Hayasum
:
A minor god of uncertain status
Hegir-Nuna
:
A daughter of the goddess Bau
Hendursaga
:
God of law
Ilabrat
:
Attendant and minister of state to Anu
Ishum
:
Brother of Shamash and attendant of Erra
Isimud
:
Two-faced messenger of Enki
Ištaran
:
God of the city of Der (Sumer)
Kabta
:
Obscure god “Lofty one of heaven”
Kakka
:
Attendant and minister of state to both Anu and Anshar
Kingu
:
Consort of Tiamat; killed by Marduk, who used his blood to create mankind
Kubaba
:
Tutelary goddess of the city of Carchemish
Kulla
:
God of bricks and building
Kus (god)
:
God of herdsmen
Lahar
:
God of cattle
Lugal-Irra
:
Possibly a minor variation of Erra
Lulal
:
The younger son of Inanna; patron god of Bad-tibira
Mamitu
:
Sumerian goddess of fate
Manungal
:
An underworld goddess; consort of Birdu
Mandanu
:
God of divine judgment
Muati
:
Obscure Sumerian god who became syncretized with Nabu
Mushdamma
:
God of buildings and foundations
Nammu
:
A creation goddess
Nanaya
:
Goddess personifying voluptuousness and sensuality
Nazi
:
A minor deity born to relieve the illness of Enki
Negun
:
A minor goddess of uncertain status
Neti
:
A minor underworld god; the chief gatekeeper of the netherworld and the servant of Ereshkigal
Nibhaz
:
God of the Avim
Nidaba
:
Goddess of writing, learning and the harvest
Namtar
:
Minister of Ereshkigal
Nin-Ildu
:
God of carpenters
Nin-imma
:
Goddess of the female sex organs
Ninazu
:
God of the underworld and healing
Nindub
:
God associated with the city Lagash
Ningal
:
Goddess of reeds and consort of Nanna (Sin)
Ningikuga
:
Goddess of reeds and marshes
Ningirama
:
God of magic and protector against snakes
Ningishzida
:
God of the vegetation and underworld
Ninkarnunna
:
God of barbers
Ninkasi
:
Goddess of beer
Ninkilim
:
"Lord Rodent" god of vermin
Ninkurra
:
Minor mother goddess
Ninmena
:
Sumerian mother goddess who became syncretized with Ninhursag
Ninsar
:
Goddess of plants
Ninshubur
:
Sumerian messenger goddess and second-in-command to Inanna, later adapted by the Akkadians as the male god Papsukkal
Ninsun
:
"Lady Wild Cow"; mother of Gilgamesh
Ninsutu
:
A minor deity born to relieve the illness of Enki
Nintinugga
:
Babylonian goddess of healing
Nintulla
:
A minor deity born to relieve the illness of Enki
Nu Mus Da
:
Patron god of the lost city of Kazallu
Nunbarsegunu
:
Goddess of barley
Nusku
:
God of light and fire
Pabilsag
:
Tutelary god of the city of Isin
Pap-nigin-gara
:
Akkadian and Babylonian god of war, syncretized with Ninurta
Pazuzu
:
Son of Hanbi, and king of the demons of the wind
Sarpanit
:
Mother goddess and consort of Marduk
The Sebitti
:
A group of minor war gods
Shakka
:
Patron god of herdsmen
Shala
:
Goddess of war and grain
Shara
:
Minor god of war and a son of Inanna
Sharra Itu
:
Sumerian fertility goddess
Shul-pa-e
:
Astral and fertility god associated with the planet Jupiter
Shul-utula
:
Personal deity to Entemena, king of the city of Eninnu
Shullat
:
Minor god and attendant of Shamash
Shulmanu
:
God of the underworld, fertility and war
Shulsaga
:
Astral goddess
Sirara
:
Goddess of the Persian Gulf
Siris
:
God of beer
Sirsir
:
God of mariners and boatmen
Sirtir
:
Goddess of sheep
Sumugan
:
God of the river plains
Tashmetum
:
Consort of Nabu
Tishpak
:
Tutelary god of the city of Eshnunna
Tutu
:
Tutelary god of the city of Borsippa
Ua-Ildak
:
Goddess responsible for pastures and poplar trees
Ukur
:
A god of the underworld
Uttu
:
Goddess of weaving and clothing
Wer
:
A storm god linked to Adad
Zaqar
:
Messenger of Sin who relays communication through dreams and nightmares

Primordial beings :

Abzu
:
The Ocean Below, the name for fresh water from underground aquifers; depicted as a deity only in the Babylonian creation epic Enûma Eliš
Anshar
:
God of the sky and male principle
Kishar
:
Goddess of the earth and female principle
Kur
:
The first dragon, born of Abzu and Ma. Also Kur-gal, or Ki-gal the underworld
Lahamu
:
First-born daughter of Abzu and Tiamat
Lahmu
:
First-born son of Abzu and Tiamat; a protective and beneficent deity
Ma
:
Primordial goddess of the earth
Mummu
:
God of crafts and technical skill
Tiamat
:
Primordial goddess of the ocean

Demigods and Heroes :

Adapa
:
A hero who unknowingly refused the gift of immortality
The Apkallu
:
Seven demigods created by the god Enki to give civilization to mankind
Gilgamesh
:
Hero and king of Uruk; central character in the Epic of Gilgamesh
Enkidu
:
Hero and companion of Gilgamesh
Enmerkar
:
The legendary builder of the city of Uruk
Lugalbanda
:
Second king of Uruk, who ruled for 1,200 years
Utnapishtim
:
Hero who survived a great flood and was granted immortality; character in the Epic of Gilgamesh

Spirits and demons :

Alû
:
Demon of night
Asag
:
Monstrous demon whose presence makes fish boil alive in the rivers
Asakku
:
Evil demon(s)
The edimmu
:
Ghosts of those who were not buried properly
Gallû
:
Underworld demon
Hanbi or Hanpa
:
Father of Pazuzu
Humbaba
:
Guardian of the Cedar Forest
Lamashtu
:
A malevolent being who menaced women during childbirth
Lilû
:
Wandering demon
Mukil reš lemutti
:
Demon of headaches
Pazuzu
:
King of the demons of the wind; he also represented the southwestern wind, the bearer of storms and drought
Rabisu
:
An evil vampiric spirit
 
:
Šulak the bathroom demon, “lurker” in the bathroom
Zu
:
Divine storm-bird and the personification of the southern wind and the thunder clouds

Legendary beasts :

Battle Bison beast : One of the creatures slain by Ninurta

The eleven mythical monsters created by Tiamat in the Epic of Creation, Enûma Eliš :

Bašmu
:
“Venomous Snake”
Ušumgallu
:
“Great Dragon”
Mušmahhu
:
“Exalted Serpent”
Mušhuššu
:
“Furious Snake”
Lahmu,
:
the “Hairy One”
Ugallu
:
the “Big Weather-Beast”
Uridimmu
:
“Mad Lion”
Girtablullû
:
“Scorpion-Man”
Umu dabrutu
:
“Violent Storms”
Kulullû
:
“Fish-Man”
Kusarikku
:
“Bull-Man”

Source :

https://www.wikiwand.com/simple/List_of_Mesopotamian_deities