The Morrigan is a goddess of battle, strife, and fertility. Her name translates as either "Great Queen" or "Phantom Queen," and both epithets are entirely appropriate for her. The Morrigan appears as both a single goddess and a trio of goddesses.
Étaín —a figure of Irish mythology, best known as the heroine of Tochmarc Étaíne (English: The Wooing Of Étaín), one of the oldest and richest stories of the Mythological Cycle. She is sometimes known by the epithet Echraide, (“horse rider”), suggesting links with horse deities and figures such as the Welsh Rhiannon and the Gaulish Epona.
Arianrhod is known as the Lady of the Silver Wheel (Full Moon). She is a major Welsh Goddess with her festival celebrated each year on December 2nd. Her name is derived from the Milky Way and/or the zodiac and the Moon.
Directed by Tomm Moore. With Brendan Gleeson, Fionnula Flanagan, Pat Shortt, David Rawle. Saoirse is a child who is the last of the selkies, women in Irish and Scottish legends who transform from seals into people. She escapes from her grandmother's home to journey to the sea and free fairy creatures trapped in the modern world.
Hina-puku-i’a is the Hawaiian Goddess of Seafood. Her husband, Ku’ula-kai, is a God of Fish, as is their son, Ai-ai. Her sister, Hina-puku’ai, is the Goddess of Vegetables. Hina-puku-i’a is one of the many forms of the Great Goddess Hina, and her name means “Hina gathering seafood.”
Gwenhwyfar "Gwenhwyfar, the Welsh Goddess, is believed to have existed as long as there has been surf to pound against rocky shores. Praised for her wise judgement, it was prophesied that no man could rule Wales without her by his side." She is also known as Guinevere, or Gueneva. Her name means "White Shadow" or "White One" which is another name for a Fairy Goddess. - Wiccan Moonsong