Noun(1) an evil supernatural being(2) a person who is part mortal and part god
(1) I added this new line with an appropriate IP address for my subnet, and restarted the named daemon .(2) He wasn't so sure that the welding of artist and model improved the art, that her sudden fetish for Captain Hunt's bete-noir would inspire the strumming fingers of her daemon .(3) Many returned to the old idea that the child was an evil spirit, or daemon sent to punish the royal family.(4) ├ö├ç├┐He was a well known thief and his daemon is a black dragon,├ö├ç├û said Ana.(5) is the entire town possessed by a malevolent daemon , forcing people to worship it by carving its image into fruit and vegetables, and hanging its likeness in their windows?(6) Before you can start using the administration daemon over the network, you have to create a keytab file containing the key for one of the kadmin principals created when we initialized our realm.(7) I am an ancient daemon , and although I give the impression of being a model of youth and femininity, I have lived so many centuries I have begun to lose track.(8) The slave component is run as a daemon (Unix) or system service (Win 32).(9) ├ö├ç├┐Every human has a daemon that amplifies their talents and protects them to a certain degree,├ö├ç├û said Cameron.(10) It was his daimon who intervened in the Phaedrus, after Socrates had argued that it was better for a boy to yield to a man who did not love him than to a lover.(11) Baudelaire the poet has a special daimonic vision insofar as the poet has insight into the daimon described by Hesiod as unseen by the one being influenced.(12) Its power was divine or daemonic , depending on which side you were on.(13) Exiled daemons are reincarnated into all sorts of living forms, finally coming to be as prophets, poets, physicians, and leaders among men.(14) The ghosts are back; the manic daemons who make me think of spirits and kill the science.(15) Meeks' own concluding essay, The Christian Proteus, reminds us of the shape-changing aspect of Paul, a daimon who questions us just when we think we are questioning him.(16) Moreover, in Jacobean drama calculation and cynicism are typically coded as daemonic and intrigue is in league with Evil.
(1) daemon :: daemon
1. numen ::
2. demigod ::
3. demon ::
Different Formsdaemon, daemonic, daemons
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