to say "Devil" in greek is διάβολος engilsh:Devil Greek:διάβολος
None of them: the devil is a Biblical/Christian belief. In greek mythology Hades is the god of the Underworld. While in Roman mythology it is Pluto.
No, she was not. A Greek "daemon" is not a "demon" or "devil" it is a divinely born deity.
beelzeub is greek for lord of the flies, which also means devil
It means "slanderer" or "accuser" in ancient greek. In modern greek it means "devil".
Damien is Greek for "he subdues". There is no direct etymology tied to the devil, However Damien as in "the omen" fame means devil child, or the devil incarnate.
No. The devil does not exist in Greek Mythology.
lord of flies, satan the devil
Daimonion is a Greek word that refers to demons or the devil.
The name devil comes from the Greek word "diabolos" names for the devil are, abbadon, angra mainyu, satan, asmodai, beelzebub, lucifer, belial and lblis.