|(Arabian Mythology) genius or demon; genie, jinn, spirit which is often contained in a bottle and can grant wishes (Arabian Folklore)||jinnee|
|(German Folklore) goblin, demon; demon which haunts mines, German elf or gnome||kobold|
|(Spanish) devil, demon, Satan, spicy||diablo|
|(Zoology) marine mammal related to the dolphin; (Old English and Fantasy fiction) type of demon or gobblin||orc|
|acquainted with something, familial, familiar spirit, friendly, good friend, acquaintance; member of the household of a pope or bishop; officer of the Inquisition; demon or evil spirit who comes when summoned, household attendant of pope or bishop, imp...||familiar|
|afrit, evil spirit, evil spirit or powerful demon (Arabian Mythology)||afreet|
|apparent power, illusion, illusory, imaginary, unreal, not real, spirit, ghost, demon; hallucination, product of the imagination||phantom|
|arouse, ask for, attempt to summon demon, call upon greater power, requests help or protection (from a deity); summon a spirit through witchcraft; request, make an appeal; pray; activate a command, cause a certain action (Computers), use in support||invoke|
|bewitched, possessed (i.e. by a demon); harried, tomented (i.e. by worry, trouble, etc.)||bedeviled|
|body-snatching demon, evil spirit, somebody morbidly interested in repulsive things, ghost, demon who robs graves and eats corpses; one who robs graves; one who enjoys disgusting or revolting things||ghoul|
|calling upon higher power, cry, supplication, request for help or protection (made to a deity); prayer; request, earnest appeal, entreaty; summoning of a spirit; incantation, incantation supposedly summoning demon, quoting of something as a reason||invocation|
|cause of mental distress, evil spirit; nightmare; something which causes distress or depression, male demon having sex with women||incubus|
|cause to appear evil to others, make into a demon, transform into a devil; attribute devilish characteristics to someone||demonize|
|ceremony to drive out evil spirits, clearing the mind of oppressive feelings, driving out of evil spirits, expulsion of an evil spirit, casting out of a demon, thing done to expel evil||exorcism|
|daimon, demigod, demon, fiend; devil; server program, server for a particular protocol (Computers), guardian spirit||daemon|
|demon among Native N American peoples, windigo||wendigo|
|demon, evil spirit of a dead person (Jewish Folklore), spirit believed to enter living body||dybbuk|
|demon, ghost; unidentified airplane (Military slang)||bogle|
|demon, great mental ability; one with great mental ability, very intelligent or talented person; great natural ability, talent; guardian angel or spirit, guardian spirit, influence, outstanding talent, quality, somebody with outstanding talent, somebod...||genius|
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