Some of the names of the main Major Spirits in…

elegantshapeshifter:

alextheprocrastinatingwitch:

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– Abundia/Abonde/Satia
– Pharaildis
– Hellequin/Herlechinus

– Queen of Elphame/Titania/Mab/Nicnevin
– King of Elphame/Oberon/Oberycon
– Puck/Púcel/Pouque
– Bucca/Pwca/Púca/Pooka/Phouka/Phooka/Phooca/Puca/Púka

– Robin Goodfellow
– Sorthie, Sorthia and Sorthios/Milia, Achilia and Sibylia
– Gyre-Carling
– Gwydion ab Don
– Gwenhidw
– Shony/Shoney
– Manannan

– Gwynn ap Nudd

– Aine
– Fennel/Finnen
– Finvara/Fin Bheara
– Meave/Nuala

– Holda/Frigaholda/Helt/Unholde/die selige Frawn
– Perchta
– Berchtholde/Berchtolt
– Hera

– Frau Harke
– Woden/Wotan/Wode/Odin/Oden as leader of the Wild Hunt
– Hackelbärend/Hackelbernd/Hackelberg/Hackelblock
– Herodes/Herodis-Röds

– Bensoria/Bensozia/Bezezia

– Nocticula/Noctiluca (source: John of Salisbury’s Policraticus)

– Guroysse/Reisarova

– Alberich
– Elegast

– Diana
– Lucifer
– Herodias/Aradia/Arada/Araja/Sa Rejusta
– Domina Cursus/Lady of the course/Sapiente Sibilla (Wise Sybil)
– Mistress/Lady of the Good Game
– The Abbess (”la Badessa”)
– Richella
– Madonna Horiente (Lady East)
– Sicilian Queen of Fairies/Doña Inguanta/Lady Grace/Greek Lady/Doña Zabella
– Sicilian King of Fairies/King Cozzo/King Cucco
– Donne di Fora
– Appenninic Sybil
– Queen of the Land of the Angels/Queen of the Angels/Queen of the Elves
– Befania/Befana
– Salvanel
– Wild Man

– Mittwinterfrau
– Pehtra Baba
– Zlata Baba
– Quaternica/Quatembermann/Kwaternik/Frau Faste/Posterli/Quatemberca/Fronfastenweiber

– Sträggele
– Tsaôthe Vidhe
– Eiserna Perchta
– Gvozdenzuba
– Garanutzl
– Frau Gauden
– Prechtölterli
– Frau Saelde/Fraw Selten/Fraw Zälti/Fraw Selga
– Frau Venus
– die sälige Lütt/das Guttisheer/lieben seelen/Pöffel daß Guttjns heer

– Baba Yaga
– Jedzbaba
– Nóčna Báa/Nóčna Gospá/Bóžja Déklia
– Mokoška/Lama Baba
– Rusalii

– Vile

– Tetka Vila
– Fairy Jelena
– Fairy of Velebit

– Poludnica
– Pjatnica/N’ed’el’a/Marți Seară/Vineri Noapte/Luca/Woman of the Tuesday
– Marzanna/Марена/Morė/Morana/Morena/Maslenitsa/Mara

– Doamna Zînelor/Irodeasa/Arada/Irodia/Irodita 
– Dragaica
– Brezaia
– Baba Dochia
– Avizoia/Aveziha/Avezuha
– Jerodiecele/Iroditele
– Zîna Magdalina
– Ileana Cosânzeana
– Făt-Frumos
– Ana-Foca/Foca

– Ana
– Bugiana
– Dumernica
– Foiofia
– Lacargia
– Magdalina
– Ruxanda
– Tiranda
– Trandafira
– Rudeana
– Ruja
– Păscuţa
– Orgisceana
– Lemnica
– Roşia
– Todosia
– Sandalina
– Margalina
– Savatina
– Rujalina

– Neráïdes/Exotiká/oi Kalokirádes o Kallikurádes/oi Kyrádes/ta Korítsia Mas/oi Kalés Arkhóndisses/oi Kalókardes/oi Khairámenais/Gialoúdes/Kalés Kyrádes/Kalótykhes
– the Great Lady/the Beautiful Lady/the Most Beautiful Woman/the Queen of the Mountains/The Queen of the Shore

– Moira/Narechnits/Sudienitsi/Urechnici/Rechenitsi/Orisnici/Sudienitsi/Soenici/Roenici/Ursitoare/Ursitele/Ursoiare/Mirë/Ora/Fatia/Fatmirat/Zonja të Jashtëmë/I Të Tri Grat 

– The Fates (source: Burchard of Worms)

– Estadea
– Trip Reial

– Akerbeltz/Aker/Janicot

Lady

of Amboto
– Marigüena
– Basajarau
– Silbán
– Caçador Negre/Mal Caçador/Gran Caçador
– Count Arnau
– Eiztari-Belta/Mateo-Txistu/Salamon Apaiza
– Mari Urraka

These are the main ones, however, every Nation and every region in Europe had a different one. You can discover the ones of your region by following this procedure:
How to adapt the basic practices to your Country and Region in order to reconstruct your Regional Tradition

Please, read also:
The Pantheon of Recon TradCraft and its relationship with pre-Christian Pantheons
What is a Major Spirit?

Thank you for including the greek major spirits. From the little reading I did of the book you had recommended “Modern Greek Folklore and Ancient Greek Religion: a study in survivals” a lot of the major spirits have ties to certain hellenic deities. The Lady of the Mountain (η Αρχοντισα των βουνων) is said to be the lead of the Kales kyrades, and the author traces connection of her to the goddess Artemis, with the Kales Kyrades being the typical nymphs, particularly the ones that deal in the mountains “Oreiades”. The Lady of the shore/sea (η Αρχοντισα του Γιαλου) is also called a lamia. She and her nymphs are more hostile to people than the Queen of the Mountain and her train of nymphs, as she is said to be drowning people. I need to keep on reading on that book cause it has so many information on greek folklore and folklore thats from the region I come from….. Its really thanks to your knowledge and resources, that you are willing to point out.

EDIT: also I forgot about the Great Lady or else called the Lady of the World(η Δέσποινα του Κοσμου). She as a spirit is connected to the earth and brings abudance to the crops, and the author connects her to Demeter and her daughter Persephone, as there are traces in folklore of their mythos and also a continuation of her worship as a Christian Saint.

Thank you very much, @alextheprocrastinatingwitch for sharing the information, because I wrote the English translation while it’s always better to have the original names in the native language (or dialect, when it’s the case) 🙂