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- Bona Dea, a (mostly) exclusively women's goddess introduced from Magna Graeca
- Dea Dia, goddess of growth in Roman mythology
- Dea Matrona, or "Divine mother goddess", goddess of the river Marne in Gaul
- Dea Sequana, goddess of the river Seine in Gallo-Roman religion
- Dea Syria, or Atargatis, "Goddess of Syria"
- Dea Tacita, or "Silent goddess", goddess of the dead in Roman mythology
- Dea Trier Mørch (1941–2001), Danish writer
- Dea Birkett (b. 1958), British writer
- Dea Loher, pseudonym of German writer Andrea Beate Loher (b. 1964)
- Dea Norberg (b. 1974), Swedish singer
- Dea Klein-Šumanovac (b. 1981), Croatian basketball player
- Dea Herdželaš (b. 1996), Bosnian tennis player
- Dea is also the given name of the heroine in The Man Who Laughs by Victor Hugo. She is a blind girl who is in love with the novel's protagonist, Gwynplaine, a disfigured clown. As her name suggests, Dea represents the Divine Feminine within the world of the book, and especially to Gwynplaine--"You are the soul, I am the heart," he often tells her.
Dea is an English surname:
- Billy Dea (b. 1933), Canadian ice hockey player
- Matt Dea (b. 1991), Australian football player
- Jean-Sébastien Dea (b. 1994), Canadian ice hockey player
- Marie Déa, pseudonym of French actress Odette Alice Marie Deupès (1912–1992)
Dea is also the title of an album
- Dea (album) (2001), album by Russian group Catharsis
Dea is the name used for dialects of two Papua New Guinea languages:
- DEA (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with Dea
- All pages with a title containing Dea
- O'Dea (Irish surname)
- Si deus si dea
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