List of theological demons  

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List of fictional demons

This is a list of demons, including both specific demons (e.g. Satan) and types of demons (e.g. succubus), all have been considered demons by one or more religions, though in some cases a demon in one religion may be a god or goddess in another.


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N

O

P

Q

R

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T

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See also

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Christian views on demons





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