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There are many different gods of wind in different religions:
- Aeolus, the ruler of the winds in Greek mythology.
- Anemoi, the Greek wind gods Boreas, Notus, Eurus, and Zephyrus.
- Ehecatl, one of the creator gods in Mesoamerican creation myths documented for pre-Columbian central Mexican cultures, such as the Aztec.
- Fūjin, the Japanese wind god and one of the eldest Shinto gods. According to legend, he was present at the creation of the world and first let the winds out of his bag to clear the world of mist.
- Njord, in Norse mythology, is the god of the wind. There are also four dvärgar (Norse dwarves), named Norðri, Suðri, Austri and Vestri, and probably the four stags of Yggdrasil, personify the four winds, and parallel the four Greek wind gods.
- Pazuzu, the demon of the South-West wind and son of the god Hanbi in Assyrian and Babylonian mythology.
- Stribog is the name of the Slavic god of winds, sky and air. He is said to be the ancestor (grandfather) of the winds of the eight directions.
- Vayu, the Hindu God of Wind, Hanuman's father.
- Venti, the Roman gods of the winds, were essentially renamed Anemoi, borrowed from the Greeks.
- Feng Bo, the Chinese wind god, Feng Po is the name for the human form of Fei Lian.
- Amun, Egyptian god of creation and the wind
- Shu, Egyptian god of the wind and air
- Enlil, Mesopotamian god of breath, wind, loft, and breadth
- Stribog, Slavic god of the winds, sky and air
- Tāwhirimātea, Māori god of weather, including thunder and lightning, wind, clouds and storms