Here you'll find a list of Greek gods names (with the name of the corresponding Roman god in brackets) and when you click on each entry, a new page will open, with his story. By the way, on this page we refer only to the male gods. For the Greek goddesses and for other characters in Greek mythology, there are separate pages, just choose from the menu on the left.
Apollo (Apollo)- the god of light and of the sun, of the arts, music and poetry, of healing and medicine and the leader of the Muses.
Ares (Mars) - the god of war
Atlas - the Titan who held the Heaven on his shoulders
Achelous - god of the river with the same name
Aeolus or Aiolos or Aeolos - god of the Winds. For the other characters named Aeolus, click here.
Anemoi (Venti) - the generic name of the wind gods
Asklepios - god of Medicine
Astraeus - Titan of the dusk
Boreas - god of the Northern Wind
Briareus - a Giant
Caerus/Kairos - the spirit that repesented favourable moments, opportunity, luck
Chaos - the initial Chaos
Charon - the ferryman of the underworld
Chronos - the god of Time
Crius - the least individualized among the Titans, maybe he was added just to complete the number
Cronus/Kronos - the leader of the Titans (Saturn)
Coeus - Titan of the intellect
Dionysus - the god of wine and agriculture (Bacchus)
Epimetheus - Titan of afterthought
Eros - the god of Love (Cupidon or Cupid)
Glaucus - a sea-god
Hades - the god of the dead (Pluto)
Hephaestus (Vulcanus) - the god of Fire and volcanoes, but did you know that he also invented the first robots?
Helios - a Titan, personification of the sun. He was also called Hyperion
Hermaphroditus - the son of Hermes and Aphrodite
Hermes - the messenger of the gods (Mercury)
Hopladamos - one of the Gigantes, who accompanied Rhea when she was pregnant with Zeus
Hymenaios - was considered the god of the marriage ceremonies, but he was, in fact, a mortal
Hyperion - Titan of the light and of the east
Hypnos (Somnus) - the personification of sleep
Iacchus or Iakkhos - a god related to the Eleusinian mysteries or a personification of Dionysus
Iapetus - the Titan of Mortal Life
Ismenos or Ismenus - the god of the river with the same name, in Boeotia
Istros - the god of the river Danube
Ladon - the god of the river with the same name, in Arcadia
Marsyas - a satyr who loved music... to death
Meander or Maiandros - the god of the river Meander
Morpheus - the god of prophetic dreams
Nereus - or The Old Man of the Sea, a Titan who was the father of the Nereids
Nilus - the god of the Egyptian Nile River
Notus - the god of the South wind
Oceanus or Okeanos - a Titan, personification of the river which encircled the world, according to the ancient Greeks and Romans
Oneiroi - the Dreams
Pallas - Titan of warcraft
Pan - the god of the shepherds
Peneus - the god of the river with the same name, in Thessalia
Penthos or Penthus - the spirit of grief, mourning and tears
Perses - Titan of destruction
Pikolous - a giant who was turned into the plant called "moli"
Plutus - the personification of wealth
Pontus or Pontos - a sea god
Poseidon - the god of the sea (Neptune)
Priapus - a fertility god
Prometheus - the Titan of forethought, who gave man the fire
Proteus - an Old Man of the Sea, a sea god who could change shape
In the Greek alphabet there was no letter Q, so there are no Greek gods names that start with a Q.
I couldn't find any Greek god whose name began with and R, except one:
Rhadamanthus - a wise lawmaker, son of Zeus, who became a judge of the dead after he died.
Scamander - god of the river with the same name.
Silenus - an old satyr who adopted and tutored Dionysus.
Tartarus - god of the deepest part of the underworld
Thanatos - the personification of death
Uranus - the personification of the sky/heavens
The letter W didn't exist in the Greek alphabet, it is a letter which has its origins in the Germanic languages.
I couldn't find any Greek gods names that start with an X (there are only some humans with names starting with an X).
And no names of Greek gods that start with a Y, either. But I just chose to list the whole alphabet, even if the Greek one was different.
Zelus - god of zeal, emulation and rivalry
Zephyrus - the god of the West wind
Zeus - the ruler of all the gods (Jupiter)
For info about the wedding of Zeus and Hera, see here the page about Hera.
For info about the relationship between Zeus and Hera, click here.
And if you want to see pictures of Greek gods, just click here or on the button "Pictures of Gods" - you'll be able to see how they were represented throughout the ages. You'll also find out what words are related to the names of the greek gods, what planets were named after them and many other interesting things.