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Definition of the noun Ademon

What does Ademon mean as a name of something?

Ademon is a genus of Braconidae, described by Haliday in 1833.

Ademon is a genus of Opiinae.

Phrases with Ademon

Phrases starting with the word Ademon:

  1. Ademon niger
  2. Ademon ovalis
  3. Ademon satanas
  4. Ademon Mutuator
  5. Ademon Tenuipes
  6. Ademon Urinator
  7. Ademon Angolanus
  8. Ademon Decrescens
  9. Ademon descrescens

Phrases ending with the word Ademon:

  1. genus Ademon
  2. Ommatius Ademon

Other phrases containing the word Ademon:

  1. species Ademon niger
  2. species Ademon ovalis
  3. species Ademon satanas
  4. Species Ademon Mutuator
  5. Species Ademon Tenuipes
  6. Species Ademon Urinator
  7. Species Ademon Angolanus
  8. species Ademon descrescens

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Ademon

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Google previewUprising (2014)

by Sarah Cawkwell

Ademon means to sit upon the throne ofEngland and use that power to drive all magic from the world.The same demon has twisted thelineofkings and seenthe rise of the Inquisition. It needs to be ...

Google previewBrain Warping (1998)

by Arthur W. Toga

We call M a diffusing model, and we give an informal definition for demons: Ademon is an effector situated in a point P of the boundary of an object 0. It acts locally to push the model M inside 0 if the corresponding point of M is labeled “ inside”, ...

Google previewA Popular Dictionary of Paganism (2013)

by Joanne Pearson

ademon«. actually derives from the Sanskrit root div, which means. ato. shine«, through the Greek daimon which means. adivine.

Google previewWorld Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre (2014)

Volume 1: Europe by Peter Nagy, Philippe Rouyer

ademon. director«. This protesthasbeen most strongly articulated by actor Keve Hjelm(b.1922)¥ a distinguished director inhis own right¥ who as professor at Teaterhögskolan (NationalSchool of Theatre) in Stockholm has striven to reinstate ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Gods and Goddesses, Devils and Demons (2015)

by Manfred Lurker

ademon«. are by no means evenly weighted in the various religions. The innumerable deities of Hinduism and Buddhism carry about as much significance as angels or saints do in monotheistic religions. There are mortal gods, gods who die ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Georgia (2015)

by Alexander Mikaberidze

In the late 1980s, with the Georgian national liberation movement on the rise, nationalist sentiments also spread through South Ossetia and the Ossetian Popular Front (Ademon Nykhas) demanding unification with North Ossetia. In May 1989 ...

Google previewWalker's Critical Pronouncing Dictionary (1830)

Corrected and Enlarged with Upwards of Three Thousand Words by Rev. John Davis (A.M., of Belfast, Eng.)

Ascalon, Aby- lon, Babylon, Tclanion, Ademon, jEgeinon, | Polemon, Ardemon, Hicrnmuemon, Artemon, Abarimon, Oromenon, Alcamenon, Taurome- J non, Deiccoon, Democoon, Laocoon, Hippo- coon, Hippothoon, Acaron, Accaron, ...

Google previewA Dictionary, Hindūstānī and English (1820)

by John Shakespear

U-te-9 -3 & UTKIH lok-rāchchhas, Ademon. (Thespirit of a wicked Q <-- A. In , H. world, region, country. man converted into a demon). • © likā (r. Glai Shine) s. m. Pieces of burning matter thrown out from a conflagration. UG & lakā lagānā, To ...

Google previewSharpe's diamond dictionary of the English language (1835)

With 45 decorations, from the works of Shakespeare by John Sharpe, John Thompson, William Harvey

a airy wanderin spirit ademon Elfin, a. relahng to fairies , glfiiit, a. brought into act, drawn out ac ta' ' , 8- a large wild ...

Google previewThe Mammoth Encyclopedia of Extraterrestrial Encounters (2012)

by Ronald Story

Spiders appearon Nazca ceramics, and oneseems to represent ademon transformed into a largeinsect that captures a bird. Tarantulas however actually have shown the ability to kill birds. TheNazca lines alsohave giant drawings of a spider ...

Google previewThe Devil's Dictionary (or The Cynic's Wordbook: Unabridged with all the Definitions) (2013)

by Ambrose Bierce

Ademon addicted tothe reprehensible habit of devouringthe dead. The existenceof ghouls hasbeen disputed by that classof controversialists whoare more concerned todeprive the world of comfortingbeliefs than to give itanything goodintheir ...

Google previewDictionary of Magic (2015)

by Harry E Wedeck

Similarly, ademon danceis aimed atinvoking or exorcising extranatural forces. The phallic dance.

Google previewMongolian English Dictionary (2013)

by Bawden,

demon, ~ чөтгөр дарахto suppress ademon АДАГ 1.end, ~сүүлд нь (~ сүүлдээ) in the end, finally2. last, хаврын ~cap the last month of spring 3. least, worst, хүний~ цэрэг ...

Google previewDictionary of Mysticism (2015)

by Frank Gaynor

Lamia:Ademon, believed toassumetheform of a beautiful woman and devour children or sucktheir blood.

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Scrabble value of A1D2E1M3O1N1

The value of this 6-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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