Of course its not dumb. But its somewhat unanswerable, just because the topic is too wide. The Wiccans work with a pair of a God and Goddess with secret names that you discover after being initiated, as I understand it. There are so many traditions of witchcraft that work with gods and many only reveal the secret names of the gods after initiation, but for example the Feri work with the Star Goddess, Mari, Nimue, and Ana, Malak Taus and the Twins, and the Watchers for example (although all gods are Feri gods, so no one is really left out). As for pagans? Any god from polytheist traditions, new gods, the Goddess, and no gods are all options.
If I were you, I would begin narrowing down what pagan or witchcraft traditions I am drawn to using these starter tips:
To expand on my advice for new pagans: world mythology is not the only place to seek information about gods. The gods aren’t static, and they continue. Many new stories about the gods exist. A couple of wonderful series about the gods today are American Gods, The Alchemyst both have wonderful modern stories about old gods. If you are interested in new gods, like those mentioned in American Gods, you can start investigating pop-culture paganism as an option too. A few popular gods and goddesses for new pagans are: Artemis, Apollo, Cernunnos, Brigid, Lugh, Odin, Freja, and if you are looking for something from African heritage: Bast, Isis, Osiris*.
*I did not use the reconstructionalist spellings of these god names. I am not a reconstructionalist, I just use the common English usage for ease of communication.