adjective see daimon

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  • Daimonic — The idea of the daimonic typically means quite a few things: from befitting a demon and fiendish, to motivated by a spiritual force or genius and inspired. As a psychological term, it has come to represent an elemental force which contains an… …   Wikipedia

  • daimonic — adjective see daimon * * * daemonic or daimonic / monˈik/ adjective 1. Supernatural 2. Of power or intelligence more than human 3. Inspired • • • Main Entry: ↑daemon …   Useful english dictionary

  • daimonic — 1. adjective a) In the way of a daimon; befitting a demon; fiendish. b) Motivated by a spiritual force or genius; inspired. 2. noun …   Wiktionary

  • daimonic — dai·mon·ic …   English syllables

  • daimon — daimonic /duy mon ik/, daimonistic /duy meuh nis tik/, adj. /duy mohn/, n., pl. daimones / meuh neez /, daimons. daemon. * * * …   Universalium

  • Patrick Harpur — is n English writer. He lives in Dorset, United Kingdom. He is known for the work Daimonic Reality: A Field Guide to the Otherworld which deals with the paranormal in a similar way that Jacques Vallee, Allen Hynek and John Keel have done in the… …   Wikipedia

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  • daimon — noun (plural daimones or daimons) Etymology: Greek daimōn Date: 1769 1. demon 2 2. demon 3 • daimonic adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Demon — For other uses, see Demon (disambiguation). St. Anthony plagued by demons, as imagined by Martin Schongauer, in the 1480s. A demon (or daemon, from Ancient Greek, δαίμων), is a supernatural being from various religions, occultisms, literatures,… …   Wikipedia

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