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  • Gaasyendietha (Seneca) - dragon
  • Gagana (Russian) - bird with an iron beak and copper claws
  • Gaki (Japanese) - spirits of particularly greedy people
  • Gallu (Mesopotamians) - underworld demons
  • Galtzagorriak (Basque) - Little demonic servants
  • Gamayun (Russian) - prophetic bird with a human head
  • Gana (Hindu) - companion of Shiva
  • Gancanagh (Irish) - Male fairy who seduces human women
  • Gandabherunda (Hindu) - double-headed bird
  • Gandharva (Hindu) - Male nature spirits, often depicted as part human, part animal
  • Gargouille (French) - water dragon
  • Garmr (Nordic) - huge, voracious dog
  • Garuda (Hindu) - human-eagle hybrid
  • Gashadokuro (Japanese) - Giant malicious skeletons
  • Gaueko (Basque) - wolf who can walk upright
  • Geb (Egyptian) - god of the earth, married to Nut
  • Ged (heraldic) - The fish pike
  • Gegenees (Greek) - six-armed giant
  • Genius loci (Roman) - spirit that protects a certain place
  • German (Slavic) - Male spirit associated with bringing rain and hail
  • Geryon (Greek) - three-headed six-armed giant with three torsos and (in some sources) six legs
  • Ghillie Dhu (Scottish) - tree guardian
  • Spirit - incorporeal spirits of the deceased
  • Ghoul (Arab) - Cannibalistic shapeshifter, often classified as undead.
  • Giant (Worldwide) - Immensely large and powerful humanoids
  • Giant Animal (Worldwide) - Unusually large animals
  • Gichi-anami'e-bizhiw (Ojibwa) - bison-snake-bird-puma-hybrid-water spirit
  • Gidim (Sumerian) - mind
  • Gigantes (Greek) - race of giants who fought against the Olympian gods, sometimes depicted with snake legs
  • Gigelorum (Scottish) - smallest animal
  • Girtablilu (Akkadian) - human-Scorpio hybrid
  • Gjenganger (Scandinavian) - body spirit
  • Glaistig (Scottish) - human-goat hybrid
  • Glashtyn (Manx) - Malicious water horse
  • Gnome (alchemy) - diminutive earth elemental
  • Goblin (Middle Ages) - Grotesque, mischievous little people
  • Gog (English) - giant protector of London
  • Gold Grab Ant (Medieval Bestiaries) - Dog-sized ant that digs for gold in sandy areas
  • Golem (Jewish) - Animated construct
  • Gorgaden (medieval bestiary) - Hairy humanoid
  • Gorgon (Greek) - pincer-shaped, snake-haired humanoids that turn anyone who sees them to stone
  • Goryō (Japanese) - Vengeful spirits, usually of martyrs
  • Grassman (Ohio, USA) - Monkey-like cryptids
  • Gremlin (folklore) - creatures that sabotage planes
  • Griffin (heraldic) - lion-eagle hybrid
  • Grigori (Christian, Jewish and Islamic mythology) - Fallen angels, father of Nephilim
  • Grim (English and Scandinavian) - protective spirits of the churches
  • Grim Reaper (Worldwide) - The Angel of Death is often viewed as an assistant to God / Satan
  • Grindylow (English) - Malevolent water spirit
  • Gualichu (Mapuche) - Malicious spirit
  • Guardian Angels (Christian, Jewish and Islamic Beliefs) - subclassification of angels who protect and protect a specific person or living being
  • Gud-elim (Akkadian) - human-bull hybrid
  • Guhin (Japanese) - anthropomorphic bird
  • Gui Po (Chinese) - spirit that manifests as an old woman
  • Gui Shu (Chinese) - Ghostly tree that confuses travelers with movement
  • Gulon (Germanic) - voracious dog-cat-fox hybrid
  • Gumiho (Korean mythology) - Demonic fox with thousands of tails believed to have an army of spirits and magic in their tails
  • Gurumapa (Nepalese) - child-eating demon
  • Gwyllgi (Welsh) - Black dog
  • Gwyllion (Welsh) - Malicious spirit
  • Gyascutus (American folklore) - four-legged herbivore
  • Gytrash (Lincolnshire and Yorkshire) - Black Dog
  • Gyūki (Japanese) - bull-headed monster