Devil Names

A list of devil names from different sources, the following list has been compiled using both traditional and non-traditional names for the devil gathered from different religions, mythologies and lore. These devil names are both common and uncommon with many of them being biblical. 
 
The word "devil" is believed to have been derived from the word diabolos, which means "slanderer" or "false accuser." Though many fear the idea of the devil being a diabolical creature, it is really just an allegory that represents the ego, a false perception of "self" that wars within all humanity. This battle that rages within mankind is often depicted as the devil sitting on one shoulder and an angel on the other. When you read through the devil names below, you will notice this common theme.
 
Abbadon
Accuser
Adversary
Ancient Serpent
Angel of the Abyss
Angel of the Bottomless Pit
Angel of Light
Antichrist (or "Anti-Christ")
Apollyon
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Asmodeus
Author of Evil
Author of All Sin
Awful Monster
Beelzebub ("Beelsebub")
Belial
Chief of Demons
Deceiver
Delial
Demon
Destroyer
Devil
Devourer
Dragon
Ego
Enemy
Enemy of Good
Enemy of Righteousness
Evil One
Evil Spirit
Fallen Angel
Father of Contention
Fallen Intellect
Father of Lies ("Father of all Lies")
Father of All Wickednes
Fiend
Founder of Murder
God of This Age
God of This World
Great Antichrist
Great Dragon
Hooven Cloof
His Satanic Majesty
Imitator
Leonard
Le Cornu
Liar ("Liar from the Beginning")
Lucifer
Mammon
Mefistofeles ("Mephistopheles")
Mr. Sam
Mr. Scratch
Murderer ("Murderer from the Beginning")
Old Gentleman
Old Gooseberry
Old Harry
Old Horny
Old Nick
Old Serpent
Oppressor of Saints
Perdition
Pocker
Prince of Air ("Prince of the Power of the Air")
Prince of Darkness
Prince of Devils
Prince of Hell
Prince of Pandemonium
Prince of This World
Proud One
Roaring Lion
Ruler of Demons
Ruler of This World
Satan
Satanel
Serpent ("Serpent of Old")
Slanderer
Son of Perdition
Son of the Morning
Sower of Discord
Spoiler
Stinkin' Thinker
Tempter
Wicked One
 
More About the Devil & You
The devil, or satan, are biblical metaphors that depict the fallen mindset of humanity, especially representing the times we succumb to thoughts of fear, condemnation, guilt, etc. All of us have done this, and by design, these times are for our learning. The thoughts that are produced by this "devil" could also be considered to be its demons in the most allegorical sense.
 
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