(dem'-mon), (de-mo'-ni-ak), (de-mon-ol'-o-ji) (daimonion, earlier form daimon = pneuma akatharton, poneron, "demon," "unclean or evil spirit," incorrectly rendered "devil" in the KJV
Definition.-- The word daimon or daimonion originally to have had two closely related meanings; a deity, and a spirit, superhuman but not supernatural. (Lev 16:21-22; 17:7; Isa 13:21; 34:13; Deut 32:17; Ps 106:37); demons were able to speak see, walk, and feel.
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