Hellivesa is a probably-Germanic goddess worshipped in Gaul in what is now Germany; she may have been a river goddess.
She is worshipped at Gleuel alongside the goddess Aueha
Hellivesa received votive and dedicatory offerings from her worshippers; otherwise little is known of the specifics of her cult.
Hellivesa’s name is of uncertain origin; Simek has suggested that she may be connected to the Elle River, although this would be more typical of Celtic than of Germanic goddesses.
Hellivesa is known from an inscription found at Gleuel in Germany.