What are the 12 demons?
- Lucifer: pride.
- Beelzebub: envy.
- Sathanas: wrath.
- Abadon: sloth.
- Mammon: greed.
- Belphegor: gluttony.
- Asmodeus: lust.
What is the origin of the word demonology? Entries linking to demonology
demon (n.) c. 1200, “an evil spirit, malignant supernatural being, an incubus, a devil,” from Latin daemon “spirit,” from Greek daimōn “deity, divine power; lesser god; guiding spirit, tutelary deity” (sometimes including souls of the dead); “one’s genius, lot, or fortune;” from PIE.
What is the Old English word for demon? demon (n.)
31 has daimones, translated as deofol in Old English, feend or deuil in Middle English. Another Old English word for this was hellcniht, literally “hell-knight.”
What is the definition of demonologist? An expert in the study of demonology. noun.