Demogorgon

De`mo*gor"gon

(d"m*gr*gn or dm"*gr*gn), n. [First mentioned by Lutatius, or Lactantius Placidus, the scholiast on Statius, perh. fr. Gr. dai`mwn god, deity + gorgo`s fierce, terrible] A mysterious, terrible, and evil divinity, regarded by some as the author of creation, by others as a great magician who was supposed to command the spirits of the lower world. See Gorgon.
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Orcus and Ades, and the dreaded name
Of Demogorgon.
Milton.
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