Almo was the eponymous god of a river in the vicinity of Rome. Like Tiberinus and others, he was prayed to by the augurs of Rome. In the water of Almo the statue of the mother of the gods, Cybele, used to be washed. He had a naiad daughter named Larunda.
Though he was listed among the Potami from Greek mythology Almo he was viewed as more important in Roman Mythology. During ancient times he was prayed to by the augurs of Rome.