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Demon Names

Tulika Nair Aug 4, 2020
Growing up, we hear stories about the good and the evil side, the gods and demons. Names of gods are inscribed in our memories, demon names though can be a little more difficult to place. In this post, we give you a list that will make you more familiar with the demons of mythological fame.
There is no child who has not grown up hearing stories about the demon who resides under their bed, ready to scare them if they are not on their best behavior all the time. Then there are those stories that your grandparents tell you, which always has a hero and a villain, a god and a demon, who fight it out for ultimate power over the world.
A demon is a supernatural being, a creation that is not human. While today demons have a negative meaning attached to them, it was not always so. Many of the names that you come across will have extremely angelic connotations to them. The word daimon from which demon is taken originally translates to mean a spirit or a being that is spiritual in nature.
Somewhere along the line, demons came to represent unclean and dirty beings. This was true for almost every major faith and belief in the world, from eastern religions to Christian beliefs. It was believed that if a human being was possessed by a demonic spirit, then it was important for the person to be exorcised in some way of the other.
In many ways demons became associated with paganism as a spirit that could be controlled by evil beings and made to do their bidding. Even today demonology holds an important position in mythological studies.
The presence of demons fosters the greatness of Gods. In this article, we try to give you a list of male and female names for demons that abound in the pages of religious history.

List of Names that are Demonic

As mentioned earlier demons were not always looked at with the negative connotation that they seem to possess today. In fact meanings of these names will tell you that they were mythological and supposed to be messengers between human beings and gods and goddesses.
In fact some stories also point out towards demons being humans who were elevated to the position of divine messengers. Given below is a list of demon names. This list is inclusive of names from different cultures.

Most of the faith and beliefs about demons are stories that have been passed down generations and somewhere along the line, transcended traditional boundaries to become irrefutable truths.

Demon Names

  • A

Abaddon
Abatu
Abdiel
Abduxuel
Abigor
Aclahay
Adramalech
Aesma
Agares
Agathodemon
Agramon
Agrat-bat-mahlaht
Ahazu-demon
Ahpuch
Ahriman
Amaymon
Amducious
Anamelech
Andrealphus
Asura
  • B

Baal
Baalphegor
Baalzephon
Babael
Balban
Balberith
Baphomet
Barzabel
Bast
Bayemon
Bechard
Beelzebub
Behemoth
Beherit
Beng
Berith
Budsturga
Buer
  • C

Caacrinolaas
Caim
Cambions
Caspiel
Chamos
Charon
Chax
Chemosh
Chomie
Choronzon
Clisthert
Colopatiron
Cunali
Cusion
  • D

Dantalian
Deamiel
Decarabia
Delepitore
Demogorgon
Demoriel
  • E

Eblis
Emma-O
  • F

Feurety
Furfur
  • G

Geryon
Guecubu
  • H

Haborym
Hela
  • I

Incubus
Ifrits
  • J

Jezebeth
  • K

Kasdeya
Kobal
  • L

Leviathan
Lilith
Loki
Lucifer
  • M

Malphas
Mammon
Mandragoras
Mania
Mantus
Mara
Mastema
Melchom
Mesphito
Metztli
Mictain
Moloch
  • N

Naamah
Naberios
Nebiros
Nergal
Nihasa
Nija
Nybras
Nysrogh
  • O

O'Yama
Orias
Oroan
Orthon
  • P

Pan
Paymon
Philotanus
Proserpine
  • R

Rahu
Rakshasan
Raum
Ronwe
  • S

Sabazios
Samael
Samnu
Sargatanas
Satanchia
Sedit
Sekhmet
Semiazas
Shabriri
Sonnillon
Succorbenoth
Supay
  • T

T'an-mo
Tchort
Tezrian
Thamuz
  • U

Ukobach
Unsere
  • V

Valafar
Veltis
Verdelet
Verin
  • X

Xaphan
  • Y

Yaotzin
Yen-lo-Wang
  • Z

Zabulon
Zaebos
Zagam
Zeernebooch