Despoina, daughter of Poseidon and Demeter, goddess of mysteries in Arcadia
Dikaiosyne the spirit of justice and righteousness
Dike, one of the Horae, goddesses of weather, time and prosperity
Dionysus the god of wine
Dolos the spirit of trickery, cunning deception, craftiness, treachery and guile
Dryades the tree and forest nymphs
Dysis goddess of sunset
Dysnomia the spirit of lawlessness and poor civil constitution
Dyssebeia the spirit of impiety
Roman Gods and Goddesses Names and Roles
Dea Dia, goddess of growth.
Dea Tacita ("The Silent Goddess"), a goddess of the dead
Decima, goddess of childbirth and measurer of the thread of life
Devera, goddess who ruled over the brooms used to purify temples
Deverra was the Goddess of midwives and women in labor
Diana, goddess of the hunt, the moon, virginity, and childbirth, twin sister of Apollo
Diana Nemorensis, local version of Diana
Dies, Primordial Goddess of the daytime
Dione, Titan Goddess of the Moon
Discordia was the Goddess of Strife and Discord
Dius Fidius, god of oaths, associated with Jupiter.
Disciplina, personification of discipline.
Dis Pater or Dispater, god of wealth and the underworld
Domitius, god who preserves the home (domus) of newlyweds