Demon (See also Devil.) Allusions, Definition, Citation, Reference, Information - Allusion to Demon (See also Devil.)

  1. Aello Harpy; demon carrying people away, personifying a whirlwind. [Gk. Myth.: Jobes, 40]
  2. afreet or afrit gigantic jinn, powerful and malicious. [Muslim Myth.: Benét, 13]
  3. Apophis the snake god; most important of demons. [Ancient Egypt. Rel.: Parrinder, 24]
  4. Ashmedai king of fiends. [Hebrew Myth.: Leach, 83]
  5. Asmodeus king of the devils. [Talmudic Legend: Benét, 58]
  6. bat bird that is the devil incarnate. [Western Folklore: Mercatante, 181]
  7. cat evil being, demonic in nature. [Animal Symbolism: Mercatante, 46]
  8. crocodile feared as spirit of evil. [African Folklore: Jobes, 382; Mercatante, 9]
  9. Demogorgon mere mention of his name brings death and destruction. [Western Folklore: Benét, 263]
  10. Dives ferocious spirits under sovereignty of Eblis. [Persian Myth.: LLEI, I: 326]
  11. Fideal evil water spirit; dragged men under water. [Scot. Folklore: Briggs, 175]
  12. Great Giant of Henllys ghost of dead man turned demon. [Br. Folklore: Briggs, 199–200]
  13. incubus demon in the form of a man. [Western Folklore: Briggs, 232]
  14. jinn (genii) class of demon assuming animal/human form. [Arab. Myth.: Benét, 13, 521]
  15. Old Bogy nursery fiend invoked to frighten children. [Br. Folklore: Wheeler, 265]
  16. succubus demon in the form of a woman. [Western Folklore: Briggs, 232]
  17. whale former symbol of demonic evil. [Animal Symbolism: Mercatante, 26]