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Ar'nī (Ăr'nī). The guardian of hidden treasures.
A-hā'v. The West-wind; the father of the swift dogs.
Ah'tī. The same as Lemminkainen.
Ah'tō. The great god of the waters.
Ah'to-l. The water-castle of Ahto and his people.
Ah'to-laī'set. The inhabitants of Ahtola.
Aī-nĭk'ki. A sister of Ahti.
Aĭ'nō (I'nō). Youkahainen's sister.
Allō-tār. A goddess of the waves.
Al'ūe-lake. The lake into which the Fire-child falls.
An-nĭk'kī. Ilmarinen's sister.
An'te-rō. Another name for Wipunen, or Antero Wipunen.
Dūs'ter-land. The Northland; Pimentola.
Et'e-le'tār. A daughter of the South-wind.
Fire-Child. A synonym of Panu.
Frost. The English for Pakkanen.
Hǎl'lǎp-yō'r. A lake in Finland.
Hǎl'ti- (plural Haltiai). The Genius of Finnish mythology.
Hĕt'e-wā'ne. The Finnish name of the Pleiades.
Hĭ'sĭ (original Hiisi). The Evil Principle; also called Jutas, Lempo, and Piru.
Hŏn'jā-tār. The daughter of the Pine-tree.
Hŏr'n. A sacred rock in Finland.
I'kū-Tr'sō. An evil giant of the sea.
Il'ma-rī'nen. The worker of the metals; a brother of Wainamoinen.
Il'ma-tār. Daughter of the Air, and mother of Wainamoinen.
Il'po-tār. Believed to be the daughter of the Snow flake; the same as Louhi.
Im-'tr. A celebrated waterfall near Wiborg.
In'ger-land. The present St. Petersburg.
J'mĕn (Y'men). A river of Finland.
Jŏr'dan. Curiously, the river of Palestine.
Joū'ka-haī'nen (Yoū-ka-haī'nn). A celebrated minstrel of Pohyola.
Joū-kō'l (Yoū-kō'la). The home or dwelling of Youkahainen.
Jū-m'l (Yū-m'la). Originally the heavens, then the god of the heavens, and finally God.
Jū'tǎs (yū'tǎs). The Evil Principle; Hisi, Piru, and Lempo are synonyms.
Kaī'to-laī'nen. A son of the god of metals; from his spear came the tongue of the serpent.
K-lĕr'vō. The father of Kullervo.
K-le'vā (Kǎlewaī'nĕn). The father of heroes; a hero in general.
Kǎl'e-v'l (kaleva, hero, and la, the place of). The land of heroes; the name of the epic poem of Finland.
Kǎl'e-vā'tr (Kǎlew'tar). Daughter of Kaleva.
Kl-e'vō. The same as Kaleva.
Kā'lew. Often used for Kaleva.
Kǎl'm. The god of death.
Kǎm'mō. The father of Kimmo.
Kǎn'k-hǎt'ta-rĕt. The goddesses of weaving.
Kā'p. A synonym of Ilmatar, the mother of Wainamoinen.
K'pō. A synonym of Osmotar.
K-re'lĕn. A province of Finland.
Kr-j'l, (kry'l). The seat of the waterfall, Kaatrakoski.
Kǎt'e-j'tr (kǎty'tr). The daughter of the Pine-tree.
Kt'r-kŏs'k (Kaatrakŏs'k). A waterfall in Karjala.
Kau'kō. The same as Kaukomieli.
Kau'kō-miēl'lī. The same as Lemminkainen.
Kaup'pī. The Snowshoe-builder; Lylikki.
Ke'mi. A river of Finland.
Kĭm'mō. A name for the cow; the daughter of Kammo, the patron of the rocks.
Kī'pū-k'v. The name of the rock at Hell-river, beneath which the spirits of all diseases are imprisoned.
Kr'kōn-W'k. Church dwarfs living under altars.
Knĭk'k-nō. Same as Knippana.
Knĭp'p-n. Same as Tapio.
Kōōt'a-moi'nen. The Moon.
Kŏs'kĕn-neī'tī. The goddess of the cataract.
Kŭl-lĕr'vō. The vicious son of Kalervo.
Kŭl'lĕr-woi'nĕn. The same as Kullervo.
Kūl'li. A beautiful daughter of Sahri.
Kūn. The Moon, and the Moon-god.
Kūn'tār. One of the daughters of the Moon.
Kū'r (Kūūr). The Hoar-frost; also called Tiera, a ball of ice.
Kyl-lĭk'ki (also Kyl'li). The Sahri-maiden whom Lemminkainen kidnapped.
Lǎk'k. Mother of Ilmarinen.
Lǎk-kō. The hostess of Kalevala.
Lĕm'mĭn-kaī'nen. One of the brothers of Wainamoinen; a son of Lempi.
Lĕm'p-bay. A bay of Finland.
Lĕm'pō. The Evil Principle; same as Hisi, Piru, and Jutas.
Lĭn'nūn-r't (Bird-way). The Milky-way.
Loū'h. The hostess of Pohyola.
Lōw-yā'tr. Tuoni's blind daughter, and the originator of the Plagues.
Lū'ŏn-nō'tār. One of the mystic maidens, and the nurse of Wainamoinen.
Lū'ō-tō'l. A bay of Finland, named with Joukola.
Ly-lik'k (Lyylĭk'ki). Maker of the snow-shoe.
Mn-e'mō (mǎn-e'mō). The mother of the Earth.
Mā'hī-sĕt (Ma'hi-sĕt). The invisibly small deities of Finnish mythology.
Mǎm'me-laī'nen. The goddess of hidden treasures.
M'n. A synonym of Tuoni, the god of death.
Mǎn'-laī'nen. The same as Mana.
Mr'i-t't (marja, berry). The Virgin Mary of Finnish mythology.
Mǎt'k-Tp'pō. The road-god.
Mĕh'ĭ-laĭ'nĕn. The honey-bee.
Mĕl'a-tr. The goddess of the helm.
Mĕt'so-l. The same as Tapiola, the abode of the god of the forest.
Miē-lĭk'kī. The hostess of the forest.
Mi-mrk'ki. A synonym of Mielikki.
Mŏsk'v. A province of Suomi.
Mū-rĭk'ki (Muurĭk'ki). The name of the cow.
Ne'w. A river of Finland.
Ny-rĭk'ki. A son of Tapio.
Os'mō. The same as Osmoinen.
Os-noi'nĕn. A synonym of Wainola's hero.
Os'mō-tār. The daughter of Osmo; she directs the brewing of the beer for Ilmarinen's wedding-feast.
O-t'v. The Great Bear of the heavens.
Ot'sō. The bear of Finland.
P'iv. The Sun, and the Sun god.
Paī'v-tr. The goddess of the summer.
Pk'k-nĕn. A synonym of Kura.
Pǎl-woi'nĕn. A synonym of Turi, and also of Wirokannas.
P'nū. The Fire-Child, born from the sword of Ukko.
P'r. A tripod-deity, presiding over milk and cheese.
Pĕl'ler-woi'nĕn. The sower of the forests.
Pĕn'i-tr. A blind witch of Pohyola; and the mother of the dog.
Pĭk'kū Miēs. The water-pigmy that felled the over-spreading oak-tree for Wainamoinen.
Pĭl'a-yā'tr (Piljǎ'tār). The daughter of the Aspen; and the goddess of the Mountain-ash.
Pĭlt'tī. The maid-servant of Mariatta.
Pi'mĕn-tō'l. A province of Finland; another name for Pohyola.
Pi'rū. The same as Lempo, Jutas, and Hisi.
P's. A mountain of Finland.
Pōh'y (Pōh'ja). An abbreviated form for Pohyola.
Pōh-yō'l (Pōh-jō'l). The Northland; Lapland.
Pŏk-kā'nĕn. The Frost, the son of Puhuri; a synonym of Tiera.
Pūh-hū'r. The North-wind; the father of Pokkanen.
Rĕm'mĕn. The father of the hop-vine.
Re'mū. The same as Remmen.
Rū-ō'tŭs. A persecutor of the Virgin Mariatta.
Rŭt'y (Rŭt'j). A waterfall of Northland.
Sāh'r (Saari). The home of Kyllikki.
Sǎm'pō. The jewel that Ilmarinen forges from the magic metals; a talisman of success to the possessor; a continual source of strife between the
      tribes of the North.

Sǎmp's. A synonym of Pellerwoinen.
Sā'r. The same as Sariola.
Sār'-ō'l. The same as Pohyola.
St'k. A goddess of the sea.
Sā'w (Sā'wō). The eastern part of Finland.
Sĭm' Pĭl'li (Honey-flute). The flute of Sima-suu.
Sĭm-sūū. One of the maidens of Tapio.
Sĭn'e-tr. The goddess of the blue sky.
Sĭ-nĕt'tā-rĕt. The goddesses of dyeing.
Sūk'kā-miē'li. The goddess of love.
Suō'mī (swo'mi). The ancient abode of the Finns.
Suō'ne-tr (swone-tar). The goddess of the veins.
Suō-wk'kō. An old wizard of Pohyola.
Suō'y-tr (Syō'jtr). The mother of the serpent.
Sū've-tr (Suve, summer). Goddess of the South-wind
Sū-wn'tō-laī'nĕn. Another name for Wainamoinen.
Taēh'tī. The Polar Star.
T-he'tār. The daughter of the Stars.
Taī'vǎs. The firmament in general.
T-n'k. A magic mansion of Pohja.
Tā'pi-ō. The god of the forest.
Tĕl-lĕ'rvō. A daughter of Tapio.
Tĕr'he-ne'tr. Daughter of the Fog.
Tiē'r. Same as Kura; the Hoar-frost.
Tŏnt'tū. A little house-spirit.
Tū'a-me'tr. Daughter of the Alder-tree.
Tū-le'tr (Tuule'tr). A goddess of the winds.
Tū-lĭk'k (Tuullk'ki). One of the daughters of Tapio.
Tū'ō-ne'l. The abode of Tuoni.
Tuō'nĕn Poi'k. The son of Tuoni.
Tu'ō-ne'tār. The hostess of Death-land; a daughter of Tuoni.
Tū-ō'n. The god of death.
Tū'ri (Tuuri). The god of the Honey-land.
Tūrj (tur'ya). Another name for Pohya.
Tūr'ya-lǎn'der. An epithet for one of the tribe of Louhi.
Tūr'y (Tyrja). A name for the waterfall of Rutya.
Uk'kō. The Great Spirit of Finnish mythology; his abode is in Jumala.
Uk'ōn-koi'v (Ukko's dog). The messenger of Ukko; the butterfly.
U'lǎp-pā'l. Another term for the abode of Tuoni.
Un'dū-tr. Goddess of the fog.
U'nī. The god of sleep.
Un'tā-mā'l. A synonym for "the dismal Sariola."
Un-tā'mō. The god of dreams; the dreamer; a brother of Kalervo, and his enemy.
Un'tr. The same as Undutar.
Un'tō. The same as Untamo.
Utu-tyt'tō. The same as Undutar.
Waī'nām-oi'nĕn (Vainamoinen). The chief hero of The Kalevala; the hero of Wainola, whose mother, Ilmatar, fell from the air into the ocean.
Waī'nō (Vai'nō). The same as Wainamoinen.
Waī-nō'l. The home of Wainamoinen and his people; a synonym of Kalevala.
Wĕl-lā'mō. The hostess of the waters.
Wĕt'e-hī'nĕn. An evil god of the sea.
Wi-pū'nĕn (Vipū'nen). An old song-giant that swallowed Wainamoinen searching for the "lost words."
Wi'rō-kǎn'nǎs (Virokan'nas). Ruler of the wilderness; the slayer of the huge bull of Suomi; the priest that baptizes the son of Mariatta.
Wō'yā-lǎn'dĕr (Vuojalan'der). An epithet for Laplander.
Wuōk'sĕn (Vuō'ksen). A river in the east of Finland.
Wuōk's. The same as Wuoksen.

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