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 Benin Mawa-Lisu (sometimes seen as an aspect of Mami Wata)
 Brazil Yemanya (or Yemaya; becoming popularly identified with the spirit)
 Republic of the Congo Kuitikuiti, Mboze, Makanga, Bunzi, Kambizi
 Colombia Mohana, Madre de agua (”Mother of Water”)
 Cuba Yemanya (or Yemaya; becoming popularly identified with the spirit)
 Democratic Republic of the Congo La Sirène (”The Mermaid”), Madame Poisson (”Mistress Fish”), Mamba Muntu
 Dominica Maman de l’Eau (”Mother of the Water”), Maman Dlo, Mama Glo
 Guinea Mamy Wata
 French Guiana Mamadilo
 Ghana Maame Water
 Grenada Mamadjo
 Guadeloupe Maman de l’Eau, Maman Dlo
 Guyana Watramama
 Haiti La Sirène, La Baleine (”The Whale”; a Rada loa that is a cross between La Sirène and Erzulie Balianne); (Erzulie and Simbi are also identified with La Sirène)
 Jamaica River Mama, River Maiden
 Martinique Lamanté (A pun on her dual nature as giver and devourer: L’Amanté, ”The Lover” or La Manté, ”The Mantis”), Manman Dlo
 Netherlands Antilles Maman de l’Eau, Maman Dlo
 Nigeria Mmuommiri (Igbo: Lady of the waters),[25] Obanamen or Oba n’amen {among the Benin of Edo State, means King/Queen of the waters,}, Yemoja{yoruba version}
 Suriname Watermama, Watramama
 Trinidad and Tobago Maman de l’Eau, Mama Dlo, Maman Dglo, Maman Dlo,[26] Mama Glow[27]

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