Al-Qaum was the Nabataean god of war and the night, and guardian of caravans. Large numbers of inscriptions bearing his name have been found, and archaeologists believe that he was a major god of the Nabataean pantheon.
Ruldaiu was a god featured in Arab mythology according to the Annals of Sennacherib (8 century BC). Arabic inscriptions mention a god called Ruda. Herodotus calls him Ortalt. He may have been associated with Aktab or of the Lihyanites and Nabataeans.
Đū Shará"Lord of the Mountain", also transliterated as 'Dusares', was an aniconic deity in the ancient Middle East worshipped by the Nabataeans at Petra and Madain Saleh (of which city he was the patron). He was mothered by Manat the goddes of faith . In Greek times, he was associated with Zeus because he was the chief of the Nabataean pantheon as well as with Dionysus. His sanctuary at Petra contained a great temple in which a large cubical stone was the centrepiece.
Yaghūth (Arabic "He Helps" يَغُوثَ) is an idol referred to in the Qur'an as a god of the era of the Prophet Noah: And they say: By no means leave your gods, nor leave Wadd, nor Suwa'; nor Yaghuth, and Ya'uq and Nasr. The name may be the source of H. P. Lovecraft's Yuggoth.
Almaqah or Ilmuqah was the moon god of the South Arabian kingdom of Saba' and the kingdoms of Dʿmt and Aksum in Eritrea and Northern Ethiopia. The ruling dynasty of Saba' regarded themselves as his children. Almaqah is represented on monuments by a cluster of lightning bolts surrounding a curved, sickle-like weapon. Bulls were sacred to him.
Ogonnelloe is a small townland in east County Clare, Ireland, mainly situated along the R463 regional road between Scariff and Killaloe. Despite this, most of the parish is in the hills and backroads surrounding Ogonnelloe.