An Albanian god of evil and death. In modern Albania Djall is the name of the Devil. He is also called Dreqi from the Latin draco (cf. Romanian Dracul). ...more on Wikipedia about "Djall"
E Bukura e Dheut is an Albanian mythological fairy of beauty. Her name means "The Most Beautiful of the Earth," and it is also an expression that sometimes may be used to describe a very beautiful woman in Albanian folklore. She is also a symbol of happiness. Her sister is E Bukura e Detit. ...more on Wikipedia about "E Bukura e Dheut"
Perendi is the Albanian god of thunder and the consort of Prende. Perendi is probably cognate to Perkunas of Lithuanian mythology, see Perkwunos. ...more on Wikipedia about "Perendi"
Prende was a goddess of love worshipped by the ancient Albanians. She was the wife of Perendi and referred to in Albanian legends as zoja e bukuris ("the queen of beauty"). When Albania became Christianized in the early Middle Ages, Prende became venerated as a minor saint. ...more on Wikipedia about "Prende"
Shurdi, "the deaf one", is the Albanian god of hail storms. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shurdi"
Tomor was the king of gods in the Albanian pantheon. He was the father of both gods and humans. His consort was a mysterious goddess referred to as Bukura e dheut. He was attended to by wind-spirits. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tomor"
(Verbti) The Albanian god of fire. His name means "blind one". In Albanian folklore he has perfect hearing and an aversion to obscene language and corruption. With Christianization he was reviled as a demon and associated with hell. ...more on Wikipedia about "Verbti"
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