What does daimon mean in Greek? demon, also spelled daemon, Classical Greek daimon, in Greek religion, a supernatural power. In Homer the term is used almost interchangeably with theos for a god.
What is the difference between a demon and a daemon? Remember, a demon is an evil spirit, a daemon is a good spirit. The word daemon is derived from the Greek term daimōn. A more recent meaning of the word daemon is a computer process that runs in the background. An alternate spelling for daemon is daimon.
Is a daemon an angel? The word daemon is understood to refer to good angels. On the other hand, the word demon is understood to refer to dark angels. Christianity has described a demon as a supernatural being with malevolent spirit.
Who is the Greek god of spirits? In Greek mythology, Soteria (Ancient Greek: Σωτηρία) was the goddess or spirit (daimon) of safety and salvation, deliverance, and preservation from harm (not to be mistaken for Eleos). Soteria was also an epithet of the goddess Persephone, meaning deliverance and safety.