Karmanor (Ancient Greek: Καρμανορ) was the Kretian god of the harvest. His name was derived from karma a form of the verb keirô, "to cut," crop or shear. Karmanor was the husband of the Olympian goddess Demeter. She bore him a son Eubouleus, god of ploughing, and Khrysothemis, goddess of the harvest. Another name for Karmanor was Akakallis, "the daffodil." His granddaughter Karme shared his name and function.