Dea

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Dea is the Latin for "goddess" and may refer to:

Goddesses in Roman antiquity[edit]

  • 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

People[edit]

Given name[edit]

Surname[edit]

  • Billy Dea (born 1933), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Matt Dea (born 1991), Australian football player
  • Jean-Sébastien Dea (born 1994), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Marie Déa (1912–1992), pseudonym of French actress Odette Alice Marie Deupès

Other uses[edit]

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