cacodemonic
adjective see cacodemon

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  • cacodemonic — adjective a) Demonic. b) By extension of a person : evilly . See Also: cacodaemoniacal, cacodaemonical, cacodemonical, cacodaemon, cacodemon, daemonic, demonic, daemon …   Wiktionary

  • cacodemonic — caco·de·mon·ic …   English syllables

  • cacodemonic — adjective of or relating to evil spirits • Syn: ↑cacodaemonic • Pertains to noun: ↑cacodemon (for: ↑cacodaemonic), ↑cacodemon • Derivationally related forms: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • cacodemon — cacodemonic, cacodaemonic /kak euh di mon ik/, cacodemoniac, cacodaemoniac /kak euh di moh nee ak /, adj. /kak euh dee meuhn/, n. an evil spirit; devil; demon. Also, cacodaemon. [1585 95; < Gk kakodaímon having an evil genius, ill fated. See CACO …   Universalium

  • cacodaemonic — adjective of or relating to evil spirits • Syn: ↑cacodemonic • Pertains to noun: ↑cacodemon, ↑cacodemon (for: ↑cacodemonic) • Derivationally related forms: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • cacodemon — noun Etymology: Greek kakodaimōn, from kak cac + daimōn spirit Date: 1594 demon • cacodemonic adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • daemon — noun /ˈdiːmən/ a) A demon. b) A lesser deity between men and gods. See Also: cacodemonical, cacodemon, cacodaemon, cacodemonic, cacodaemonic …   Wiktionary

  • cacodaemonical — adjective a) Daemonic. b) By extension of a person : evilly . See Also: cacodaemoniacal, cacodaemonic, cacodemonic, cacodaemon, cacodemon, daemonic, demonic, daemon …   Wiktionary

  • cacodemon — noun /kækəˈdiːmən/ a) An evil or malevolent spirit. b) The twelfth astrological House, from which only evil prognostics are alleged to proceed. Ant: agathodemon See Also: cacodaemoniacal, cacodaemonical …   Wiktionary

  • cacodaemon — noun /kækəˈdiːmən/ a) Wicked or spirit as opposed to (a good spirit). b) Twelfth House, from which only prognostics are alleged to proceed. See Also: cacodaemoniacal, cacodaemonical, cacodemonical, cacodaemonic, cacodemonic, daemonic, demonic …   Wiktionary

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