Welllll....yes and no. Mostly no.
One can say that, as an example, all Mother Goddesses share some characteristics. One can say that all Gods of the Hunt share some characteristics.
One could even say "Great Mother, called by many names" - but those "many names" would not likely include Diana, or Brigit, or Persephone, or Durga or Sekhmet
And certainly Gods of place are *very* different from each other. Gods of place often become tribal Gods, and when they do their specific, individual characteristics tend to remain, so that tribal Gods of one people *are different from* tribal Gods of other peoples.
Is there an amorphous "Divine Feminine"? Is there an amorphous "Divine Masculine"?
Maybe so, but for me, that very amorphousness makes it difficult to build a relationship - and a *relationship* with the Gods is what I'm after. So whether it's from my own intellectual, cultural, or other limitations, I prefer to have a relationship with Gods/Goddesses *who reveal themselves to me* (and They do that as individuals) than with a concept.