Catubodua (Cathubodua) is a Celtic goddess worshipped in Gaul; her name translates to “battle raven.” This may connect her to the presence of crows and carrion birds on the battlefield, and identifies her as a war goddess..
She may be linguistically related to the Irish goddess Badb, a name of the Morrigan.
Catubodua received votive and dedicatory offerings from her worshippers; otherwise little is known of the specifics of her cult.
Catubodua’s name likely derives from the Proto-Celtic *katus or “battle” and *bodwa or “crow”; her name thus translates to “battle crow” or “battle raven.”.
Catubodua is known from an inscription found at Mieussy in France.