pagan deity (part of speech: noun)
fairy, Ares, Zeus, banshee, dryad, Demeter, gnome, pixie, Aphrodite, nix, Gaea, troll, Phoebus, Jupiter, Eros, Hyperion, Gaia, Jove, Diana, Persephone, Kronos, Dionysus, deity, Helios, hobgoblin, wood nymph, Cupid, Thor, Poseidon, Vulcan, Athena, Mars, Hear, Rhea, Saturn, mermaid, Venus, Bacchus, Juno, Apollo, Nike, Artemis, Cronus, nymph, Proserpina, Hephaestus, Ceres, Minerva, elf, sprite, Hermes, brownie, nixie
- If he didn't get off Pluto in two days he would die. - "World Beyond Pluto", C. H. Thames.
- What she from Kronos' son And strong Poseidon won, And Pluto, King of Night, I durst not say. - "The Seven Plays in English Verse", Sophocles.
- Here, indeed, Serapis took the place of Pluto, and much that was Greek had assumed strange and Egyptian forms: even the order of the ceremonies had been entirely changed; still, on the African, as on the Attic shore, the Greek cry went up, " To the sea, O mystics!" - "The Complete Historical Romances of Georg Ebers", Georg Ebers.