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Share this generator. Language name generator This name generator will give you 10 random names for languages. Privacy You're free to use names on this site to name anything in any of your own works, assuming they aren't already trademarked by others of course.T he Bible provides abundant evidence of the existence of demons. The word for demons in the Greek language is daimon and is found more than 75 times in the Greek New Testament. In each case it is translated by the word devil in the King James Version.
Christ demonstrated His power over demons and, furthermore, He gave His disciples power to cast out demons Matthew Fred Dickason, p. There are a number of suggestion origins of demons, with the most logical being that they are fallen angels. Two Greek words are translated similarly in the New Testament but their meanings are slightly different. It appears most likely that demons are fallen angels who rebelled against God in heaven and were cast out of the presence of God.
As such, what things are true about the nature of good angels are also true of demons. One contemporary idea relating to the origins of demons claims they are the spirits of the evil dead.
This is the underlying assumption of much of the popular occult literature. It is not a new idea at all, for it was the explanation of some Greek philosophers years before Christ. The early age of this theory does not however make it any more believable. It stands in direct conflict with biblical teaching.
They will remain there until the end of the millennial reign of Christ on this earth. Only then are they brought before God to be judged Rev. Then they are cast into eternal punishment. Then Death and Hades were thrown into the lake of fire. This is the second death, the lake of fire. Revelation The Nephilim giants were on the earth in those days, and also afterward, when the sons of God came in to the daughters of man and they bore children to them.
These were the mighty men who were of old, the men of renown. Genesis Even if this interpretation is correct, it is extremely unlikely that such a union produced demons. Others believe it could refer to the results of genetic tampering in a pre-Flood society. But there is no scriptural evidence to prove that the result of the union of humans and angels were demons.Eredun a. Demonic is the language of the demons of the Burning Legion. Knowing that other sentient beings would inevitably join the Legion, the eredar declared that their primary language called Eredun would be the Legion's common language.
Eredun, the speech of the Burning Legion, is all but eradicated on Azeroth. It lives in the minds of cultists and those few brave enough to study it. It has a life of its own — its words writhe in the minds of those that know it, eating away sanity and morality.
The demonic language of Eredun seemingly wants to be understood, while linguists tear their hair out trying to parse the inhumanoid grammar and the circular references of Titan. He is not subject to the insanity such knowledge can cause to non-evil characters. It is unlikely that the original dialect of Eredun spoken on Argusor the language known as Draeneicauses corruption in other races. With the release of the Legion expansion the new Demon Hunter class can speak Eredun, making it the only class that can.
However, the warlock spell Curse of Tongues causes the target to temporarily speak in Demonic Eredun. The demonic form obtained by warlocks also converse in, and understand demonic.
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This is a list of Eredun phrases and words, for which the translations have been officially confirmed by Blizzard. This is the list of words created by the in-game language parser for the Demonic language, and is listed as language number eight word range in the Language text file. It shares words from Titan, Draconic and Draenei language parsers, although with slight differences in the word lists in each.
Draenei cannot understand "Demonic" Eredun. Note: The language algorithm used by the in-game "translator" merely makes the words look like "Demonic" Eredun.
It does not actually translate words. Therefore, translated in-game speech isn't true "Demonic" Eredun. It is not certain if these words are true words in the Eredun language or not.
As such both versions of the word are used to filter two separate sets of words, based on hidden criteria. The following is the text of the spell Archimonde uses to destroy Dalaran see ogg links above.
Warning: Text below is by no means accurate, and is merely spelt phonetically, from what it sounds like to most; Archimonde's accent and syntax make it sound somewhat different to individual listeners.
Kalimag IgnanAquan TerranAuran. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Demonic eredar warlock glyph Eredun a. Contents [ show ]. This article or section includes speculation, observations or opinions possibly supported by lore or by Blizzard officials.
It should not be taken as representing official lore. The Warcraft Encyclopedia. Retrieved on Archived from the original on Orc or Orcish. Categories :. Cancel Save. Dalektharu il dask daku "Who, in their arrogance, sought to wield our fire as their own.A demon is an evil spirit, or devil, in the ordinary English usage of the term. This definition is, however, only approximate. In polytheistic religions the line between gods and demons is a shifting one: there are both good demons and gods who do evil.
In monotheistic systems, evil spirits may be accepted as servants of the one God, so that demonology is bound up with angelology and theology proper, or they may be elevated to the rank of opponents of God, in which case their status as diabolic powers differs from that of the demons in polytheism. Moreover, in none of the languages of the ancient Near East, including Hebrew, is there any one general term equivalent to English "demon. Whereas the great gods are accorded regular public worship, demons are not; they are dealt with in magic rites in individual cases of human suffering, which is their particular sphere.
Defense against evil spirits was a concern in Mesopotamia from earliest times, beginning with the Sumerians, to whom much of the terminology and praxis connected with demons may be traced.
There is no qualitative difference between great gods and demons; one name for demon is "an evil god. Incantations often list four, or even seven, classes of demons. Demons are messengers of the lord of the underworld, and march before him.
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They live in deserts and near graves, and many of them are ghosts, spirits of the dead, especially of those who died by violence or were not properly buried. Sickness may be thought of as caused by demonic possession, and some demons have the name of the specific disease they bring, thus "Headache," or "Fever.
Like many other demons, she is depicted as a composite monster. Lilitu, the Mesopotamian succubus, is mentioned once in the Bible as Lilith Isa. Good demons are mentioned much less frequently. In general features Canaanite demonology probably resembled that of Mesopotamia, to judge from the rather meager evidence preserved. In a mythological text from Ugarit, the father of the gods, El, is frightened almost to death by a demon "having two horns and a tail," like the devil in later representations.
A Phoenician amulet of the seventh century B. The house I enter you shall not enter; the court I tread you must not tread. Details of the text and iconography have close parallels in Mesopotamian, Arabic, classical, and later Jewish folklore, and illustrate the wellnigh universal character of many superstitions about demons Gaster, in: Orientalia1141— Israel's official religion contrasts sharply with contemporary polytheisms in the role assigned to demons, which in the Bible is practically nil.
Magic was prohibited among the Israelites from very early times, for already the oldest collection of laws, the Book of the Covenant, contains the command: "You shall not tolerate a sorceress" Ex. Since much of pagan magic was protective — intended to keep demons away or to expel them — obviously Israel's religion aimed at a very radical extirpation of traffic with demons.
Calamities and illnesses were not from demons but from the Lord. Although God does not always accomplish His will immediately, but uses angels and spirits as agents, it is ordinarily made explicit that the spirits are under His control.
The evil spirit which troubles Saul is "an evil spirit from the Lord" I Sam. Therefore, one must not overestimate the importance of the numerous small traces of belief in demons which survive in the Bible, or underestimate the difficulties involved in interpreting them.
Most of the passages in question are poetic, and it is often impossible to be certain whether the demon named is part of living religious belief, or only part of traditional literary language.
Just as some Mesopotamian demons have names which are also common nouns, so in biblical cases like dever and mavet mawet ; see below it is hard to be sure when these are proper names and when not. The Israelite conception of demons, as it existed in the popular mind or the literary imagination, resembled in some ways that held elsewhere.In some cultures, these may be simply forces of nature like hurricanes.
What is evil is often defined by what one believes. For many of the demons listed on this site, that is the case because my initial focus when creating this site was on Judeo-Christian concepts of evil.
Some criteria I used to decide whether to include an entity on this list include:. Pseudomonarchia daemonum or Dictionnaire Infernal or is included in a magickal text e. In later writings, Abaddon is personified as the king of the abyss who can command an army of locusts to torment men.
Abaddon Read More. The name Abraxas was taken from abra-cadabra. Abraxas Read More. He was also the god in 2 Kings to whom the Sepharvites worshiped through human sacrifice. Adramelech Read More. Agares Read More. Take Course. Ahriman Read More. Alastor Read More. Alloces Read More. Amduscias, the 67th spirit, is a great duke. His true form is as a unicorn, but appears as human form when summoned.
He vomits flames. Amon Read More. Amy Read More. Andras Read More. Close Search this website What is Demonology? Menu Skip to right header navigation Skip to main content Skip to secondary navigation. Aguares, the 2nd spirit, is a duke who appears as a man riding a crocodile. Aim, the 23rd spirit, is a duke who appears as a handsome man with three heads.
An alastor is a tormenting spirit or a Nemesis. Alocer, the 52nd spirit, is a great duke who appears as a soldier riding a horse. Amy, the 58th spirit, is a President and appears in the form of flaming fire. Andras, the 63rd spirit, is a great Marquis and has the body of an angel and the head of an owl.
Demonology Course What is Demonology? What is Evil?Before we begin, there are a few notes that should be made about the following list of demon names. First, please read the disclaimer warning right above the list itself. You'll know why when you read it. Secondly, please note that there are many more beings considered "demonic" than will end up on this list. Over time I hope to expand this list to include every being from every world mythology, but as you may have read on the main Demons page not all evil spirits fall into this category.
At least for now the following list contains the names of the 72 known demons from the Ars Goetia in the Lesser Key of Solomon. If you don't know what that is, it's not that important, just know that these beings are considered to be the very same Fallen Angels from Judeo-Christian mythology. Last, but certainly not least, is a suggestion for anyone interested in demons or demonology - keep an open mind. As much research as I've put into all of this and trust me, it's been a LOT of researchthere are still many questions remaining about the true nature of these beings, where they came from, and why they remain connected to our world.
I won't influence your opinion just yetbut from what I can tell the origins and nature of the 72 beings on the list of demon names are most likely quite different than what we've been led to believe. And it's a big one. There is one big rule when looking at the names of demons. Speaking a demon's name may or may not do any harm, but in supernatural theory, speaking a demon's name gives it power and summons it to you.
If you are already being haunted by a demon, saying its name will only increase its power over you, which is very very bad. So, whether or not you believe this warning, just know you have been warned. If you want to share any of these names, send the link to this page to your friends, or print it out.
Don't say the names out loud. Okay, that said, let's continue Here is the List of Demon Names Below are the names of the 72 demons listed in the Ars Goetia - a subsection from the Lesser Key of Solomon. Along with the names are descriptions and some basic elements that help those who wish to summon them again: not a good idea.
Please note that this list is currently being updated and some names may not have links to a description page just yet. Return from the List of Demon Names to the Demons home page. All Rights Reserved. List of Demon Names Before we begin, there are a few notes that should be made about the following list of demon names.Demons have existed in myths and legends since ancient times.
In the hierarchy of evil, as laid out in grimoires and occult texts, each demon has a name and a precise function. In medieval times, people carried out rites of protection as it was believed that every individual was stalked by demons, who waited for a moment of weakness in order to strike. Demonologists have compiled large volumes including the names and functions of each demon from the infernal hierarchy. These ranged from Satan, the ruler of all demons, down to Ukobach, the demon taking care of the infernal flame.
According to legend, as each demon is specialized in a certain domain of activity, it can be invoked for help in that respective area. However, the price of such an invocation is always the soul of the person, who will ultimately end up in Hell. Demons were summoned using special incantations found in demonology catalogs.
Euronymus was invoked by wizards who wanted somebody dead. It is said that this demon liked to feed on rotten flesh. In this incarnation, he is said to be extremely difficult to exorcise.
The main form of the Devil is that of Lucifer. In this form, he can even appear in the form of a clumsy child, but the fallen angel can also take up other forms, some extremely frightening.
However, as evil is more convincing in the form of innocence, Lucifer may tend to appear more in the form of the aforementioned child. Leonhard is a demon with fox ears and three horns. He can appear in the form of a bull or a dog and he is the chief of all witches and wizards. His walk is said to cause earthquakes. Belphegor is a lazy demon in the form of a young girl. Belphegor illustration from the Dictionnaire Infernal Public Domain.
Stolas appears in the form of a wise owl. He is said to command 26 infernal legions and he can teach wizards astrology and the magic of precious stones and plants. He is the patron of all wizards and practitioners of the occult who make use of infernal aid. Stolas as illustrated by Collin de Plancy in Dictionnaire Infernal.
Public Domain. Buer is a demon that moves like a wheel. He teaches wizards logic and philosophy. Cerberus can also grant gifts of knowledge, but he is a very dangerous demon.