A form of NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast that's pretty self explanatory. There's some names that just plain sound or ''are'' demonic. Since [[FallenAngel a few angels fell]], some of the more malevolent-sounding ones are included. (Note, not exactly accurate angel-ology goes on below, just FYI.)

This is a subset of [[NamesToRunAwayFrom/ReligiousNames Names To Run Away From: Religious Names]] and related to [[NamesToRunAwayFrom/BiblicalNames Names To Run Away From: Biblical Names]].

See LouisCypher for the more subtle infernal version.



!!Demonic names

[[folder:Ahriman/Angra Mainyu]]
BigBad of UsefulNotes/{{Zoroastrianism}}.

* There's [[BigBad Dr. Mark Ahriman]] in ''Literature/FalseMemory'' by Creator/DeanKoontz.
* The dark wizard in the book ''Literature/WhichWitch'' by Eva Ibbotson. He's an AntiVillain if not a HarmlessVillain, though.

* The name of the most powerful Chaos sorcerer from ''{{TabletopGame/Warhammer 40000}}''.
* In ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'', Ahriman is the only archfiend among the ranks of the divs, a shadow of destruction and oblivion that followed genies into existence.

* Also a recurring monster in the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' series.
* BigBad of ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersia2008''.
* In ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne'', Hikawa's [[spoiler:[[OneWingedAngel Demonic Sponsor]]]] is named Ahriman.
* Arrem, BigBad of ''Franchise/{{Ys}} IV: The Dawn of Ys''
* "Angra Mainyu" is the name given to the GreaterScopeVillain of ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight''. It's not the ''actual'' Angra Mainyu, but rather an unintentional, magical human creation.

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* The demon possessing [[{{Manga/Devilman}} Akira Fudoh]].
* ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'' had Adrian Gecko as "Amon Garam" in the original Japanese versions.
* The name of Djinn, whose dungeon was conquered by [[Manga/MagiLabyrinthOfMagic Alibaba]].

* ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights2'' has a demon binder named Ammon Jerro.
* Amon is the name for the Sinistral of Chaos in the first two ''VideoGame/{{Lufia}}'' games.
* In ''VideoGame/ShadowHearts'' and its sequel, Amon is one part of a demonic trinity. It is first used by Albert Simon to combat Yuri. It later becomes the method Yuri uses to challenge the second games {{Big Bad}}s who had made pacts with the other two points on the trinity, Asmodeus and Astaroth.
* This is the name of the new BigBad in the ''VideoGame/StarcraftII'' series beginning with ''Heart of The Swarm'' - [[spoiler:a fallen Xel'Naga]].

* Amon from ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra''

* Real life Nazi Commandant Amon Goeth, featured in ''Film/SchindlersList''.


* Asmodean is one of the [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Forsaken]] from ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime''.
* Asmodeus Poisonteeth, the giant adder from ''Literature/{{Redwall}}''.

* Asmodeus is the King of Hell (formerly a Prince of Hell along with Azazel, Ramiel and Dagon) in Season 13 of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' after [[spoiler:the death of Crowley]].

* Asmodeus is the King of Hell (and in fourth edition, a GodOfEvil) in ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''.
* In ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'', Asmodeus is ''the'' archdevil, a fiend so powerful he's become a true god. He led angels out of Heaven, forced Kytons and Asuras out of Hell to claim it as his own, and now rules the unholy pit with an iron fist. And if what he says is true, he may have been one of the first two gods to ever exist.

* Azmodan is the Lord of Sin in the ''VideoGame/{{Diablo}}'' universe, and in ''VideoGame/DiabloIII'' is the last of the Seven Great Evils you're tasked to take down in Act III.
* ''VideoGame/{{Terranigma}}'' has a virus named Asmodeus that acts like a DepopulationBomb.


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* The titular character in YondemasuAzazelSan

* Bad guy in ''ComicBook/TheSandman'', lots of mouths. Was meant to ''be'' the demon, though.
* Comicbook/{{Nightcrawler}}'s father calls himself Azazel.

* The body-hopping demon squaring off against Creator/DenzelWashington in ''Film/{{Fallen}}''.
* The member of the Hellfire Club from ''Film/XMenFirstClass''.
* The "dog-man" in ''Film/TheIslandOfDoctorMoreau'' (1996).

* One of Woland's henchmen from ''Literature/TheMasterAndMargarita''. Notable in that, almost certainly, this actually ''is'' the demon Azazel.

* The BigBad of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' Seasons 1 and 2, revealed at the end of Season 4 to have actually have been taking orders from Lucifer.
* It's spelled with three a's in the television series ''Series/{{Hex}}'', but the intention is still there.

* [[SNKBoss The latest]] ([[TheComputerIsACheatingBastard final boss]]) of the ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' games.
* There's a little-known (and rather bad) c-64 game called ''Death Bringer''. Its main villain is named Azazael.
* This is the name of one of Isaac's alter-egos in ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac: [[UpdatedRerelease Rebirth]]''. He's by far the most demonic of said alter-egos, with little batlike wings and a short-range version of the infamous Brimstone attack as a primary weapon. The name carries a [[GeniusBonus double meaning]] -- depending on interpretation, the Biblical Azazel is either a demon, or (like Isaac himself) a sacrificial offering.


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* The titular character from ''Manga/{{Beelzebub}}'', though he's a infant.
* Digimon Fusion has Beelzebumon (2010 Anime Version) who used to be the Digimon, Baalmon.

%%[[AC: FanFic]]
%%* Ronan '[[RougeAnglesOfSatin Beelzbub]]', the "[[DesignatedHero hero]]" of ''Naruto Veangance Revelaitons''. However, it's unlikely the author actually knew the origin of the name and simply used it because it [[RuleOfCool sounded cool]]. Although, it ''is'' a fitting name, considering how demonic and evil the [[JerkSue cha]][[GodModeSue rac]][[LemonStu ter]] is.

[[AC: Live Action TV]]
* ''Series/UltramanGaia'' has Zogu's [[TheDragon dragon]], Zebub (although he also goes by the equally [[SarcasmMode friendly]] name of {{Shinigami}})

[[AC: TabletopGames]]
* Infernoid Beelzebul/Antra in ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh'' is based on Beelzebub. It even resembles a gigantic robotic fly.
* Baalzebul is the ruler of the seventh ring of Hell in ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}''. Rather than a giant fly, he's actually [[WormThatWalks composed of hundreds of biting flies]] after an arrogant demand to his master to "rule multitudes."

[[AC: WesternAnimation]]
* Beezy from ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'', though he's usually too dumb and lazy to be menacing.

[[AC: RealLife]]
* A giant prehistoric toad has been named Beelzebufo.


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* [=BelialVamdemon=], BigBad of ''Anime/DigimonAdventure02''. ''Digimon'' loves this, apparently. Was dubbed as [=MaloMyotismon=], which still evokes the adjective variety, but fell flat. Then again, so did [=BelialVamdemon=].
** Then again, according to some mythos, Belial was ''the very demon who tempted Lucifer''.
* Momo '''Velia''' Deviluke from ''Manga/ToLoveRu''.
* ''Manga/AngelSanctuary'': The Mad Hatter, one of the Seven Satans of Hell, whose sin is Pride, was given the name Belial by God. Not only does Kaori Yuki mention that the name means "useless", but Belial is also mentioned as being in love with Lucifer.

* The deformed twin brother in ''Film/BasketCase''.
* Ultraman Belial, from the ''Franchise/UltraSeries'', who is the resident SatanicArchetype.

* Be'lal was one of the [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Forsaken]] in ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'', until Moirane got him.

[[AC: Tabletop Games]]
* Belial, Master of the Dark Angel's First Company, the Deathwing, from ''Warhammer 40000''.
* Belial is a creation of Asmodeus in ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}, serving as ruler of the fourth ring of Hell and a mad scientist in magic and devil-making.

* Berial is the name of a boss in ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry 4''.
* In [[{{VideoGame/Diablo}} Sanctuary]], this is the name of the Lord of Lies. In ''VideoGame/DiabloIII'', he's behind Maghda and the Dark Coven from Act I and the trouble in Caldeum in Act II, and you're charged with taking him out.
* ''VideoGame/StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime'', in which he is fought alongside one named Belzeber (Baalzebul or Beelzebub) and subsequent to one named Azazer (Azazel). Oh, and the guy they work for is called Lucifer, though the American port, at least, changed it to Luther.
* Belial's used to such an extreme in ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor'' that not only do they have a boss named "Belial", but if a demon so much as has "Bel" in its name, you know it's going to be a tough fight. It even reaches the point where they renamed Baldr to Beldr so that he could fit the rule.
* Belial is the name of a boss in ''VideoGame/WildArms4''.
* Belias, the fire demon Esper in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII''.
* The bio stage boss in ''VideoGame/{{Gradius}} IV'' is supposed to be named this, although it's transliterated as "Viral" in the US manual.
* A RecurringBoss in ''VideoGame/OdinSphere''. [[spoiler:Played straight in that while he is a dragon trusting of humanity, he was magically enthralled to the Wise Men as a result and winds up fighting every protagonist, with Cornelius as his final opponent.]]
* ''VideoGame/OracleOfTao'', the first BigBad is Belial. The second is a fictitious angel named Estheriel.
** One of the heroes is named Azrael, below.

* Belial means "worthless" in Hebrew. In the Old Testament, wicked or lawless men were commonly referred to as "sons of Belial."

A recent development, as historically Damien is the name of at least [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Father_Damien one saint]].

* Of ''Film/TheProphecy'' and ''Film/TheOmen'' fame. (In fact, the name likely wouldn't have fit this Trope at all if it hadn't been forever stained by the second movie.)

[[AC: Live Action TV]]
* Damien from ''Series/OnlyFoolsAndHorses'', with ''Film/TheOmen'' jokes.

[[AC: Video Games]]
* The main antagonist of ''[[VideoGame/SnowboardKids Snowboard Kids 2]]'' is a blue skinned demon named Damien. Though [[HarmlessVillain he's incredibly weak]] to the point that he rides the [[JokeItem POVERTY BOARD]].

* Also features in ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive''.
* Also features in ''WebComic/WhiteDarkLife'', though ''that'' Damien starts out as a HarmlessVillain and eventually becomes a fully-fledged good guy.

[[AC:Web Original]]
* In the web series ''Series/FlandersCompany'', the character [[NiceGuy Damien Parker]] is revealed toward season 2 to possess a [[SuperpoweredEvilSide second, psychotic personality with awfully powerful psychic abilities]]. In order to distinguish the two personalities from each other, the "good" personality is referred as "Dr. Parker", while the evil one is referred as "Damien".

* Damien, the son of Satan on ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''.

* One of The West Memphis Three, who were mistakenly accused of a hideous triple satanic ritualistic murder, had the name Damien Echols, which naturally got him eyed as the ringleader.


[[AC:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* Hiruma from ''Manga/{{Eyeshield 21}}'' has the kanji for "demon" in his name, 魔. His name means "Devil in broad daylight"...
* The Demon sisters, the [[DevilInPlainSight red-skinned girls]] who first appear as the new school queens in episode 6 of ''Anime/PantyAndStockingWithGarterbelt''. [[spoiler: [[CaptainObvious Guess what?]] [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin They're demons.]]]]

[[AC: ComicBooks]]
* [[http://www.marvunapp.com/Appendix/demonstaffdargo.htm Demonstaff]]
* ''ComicBook/SonicTheComic'': [[SuperPoweredEvilSide Super Sonic's]] InSeriesNickname is demon.
* In the ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' comics, "ComicBook/RasAlGhul" translates to "the demon's head" in Arabic.

[[AC: Literature]]
* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'':
** One of Ramsay Bolton's men is called Damon Dance-for-me.
** Daemon Blackfyre was a relative of the royal Targaryen family who proved to be the single-biggest threat to the unity of the realm prior to the War of the Five Kings. He sparked a massive and years-long civil war to claim his birthright when a SuccessionCrisis occurred roughly a hundred years prior to the start of the story proper.
* Demandred, the name of one of the Forsaken from ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'', is a contraction of "demon" and "dread".

[[AC:Tabletop Games]]
* The most powerful daemon in ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' is the Oinodaemon, the first of their kind and powerful enough to be considered a true god. At present he's maimed and bound, but even stripped of most of his power and driven mad he's able to exert his influence on mortals.

* Demonica from the [=PS2=] medieval take on Powerstone, ''Barbarian''. Though her story is different, you can definitely see the resemblance in body stance, personality, and the reasons for despising humans.
* Akuma, the American name of Gouki from ''Franchise/StreetFighter''.
* "Demon of the Western Sea" Chosokabe Motochika and Shimazu "the Ogre" from ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara''.

* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'': One of the Mongfish sisters was named Demonica.

* Not to state the obvious or anything, but Demona from ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}''.
* The supervirus Daemon from ''ReBoot''.

* [[https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Demon_core The Demon Core]], a fourteen pound ball of Plutonium that was used in various experiments during the 1940s. Lab accidents lead to two researchers dying of acute radiation poisoning.


[[AC:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* Diavolo (Italian for "devil") from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure''
* The ''Devil Z'' from ''Manga/WanganMidnight'', a car so powerful and dangerous that all previous owners have met with often fatal crashes.
* The Deviluke family from ''Manga/ToLoveRu''.
* Devilmon, Demidevimon, Diablomon/Diaborumon from ''{{Franchise/Digimon}}''.
* The Tuffles in the ''Franchise/DragonBall'' verse, whose name sounds like ''teufel'', the German word for devil.
** There's also Hercule/Mr. Satan's daughter, Videl, an anagram for "Devil" keeping the theme naming.
* Devil (Dark) Gundam in ''Anime/MobileFighterGGundam''.

* [[Characters/NewGodsApokolips Devilance the Pursuer]], member of {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}'s elite.
* Played for laughs in an issue of ''ComicBook/TheSandman'' when someone tries to register at an anonymous serial killer's convention under the alias "The Devil" and is asked to clarify which state he's knows as "The Devil" in as they already have ones from New Jersey and Oregon.

* Mrs. Deverill from ''[[Literature/ThePowerOfFive Raven's Gate]]''

* Mr [=DeVille=] in ''Film/ALifeLessOrdinary'', the villain in a CelestialBureaucracy story.

[[AC: Live Action TV]]
* Devilicus from the "Warrior Angel" comics in ''Series/{{Smallville}}''. [[DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything He was once best friends with Warrior Angel, a visitor from another planet, but later became one of his greatest enemies.]]

* In the ''{{TabletopGame/BattleTech}}'' canon, TheDragon to Warlord Grieg Samsonov, and the man who enacts with gusto Samsonov's plans to frame Wolf's Dragoons for various crimes as a pretext to having House Kurita taken them over and force them to become a regular DCMS unit, is named Jerry Akuma. Akuma is a Japanese word for a malevolent demon, analogous to the Devil.

* Who else but ''{{VideoGame/Diablo}}'', the Lord of Terror and the lord of all demons from the game series bearing his name? This one may be too obvious to count in, however.
* Devil King (Oda Nobunaga) from ''[[VideoGame/SengokuBasara Devil Kings]]''.
* ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'' provides Diablos, the Unforgiving Tyrant, who is just as nasty as he sounds. ''Tri'' adds Deviljho to the lineup.
* Does being named after a chord specifically nicknamed "The Devil in Music" count? Because if it does, chalk one up for [[spoiler: [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite Ghetsis (G-Cis tritone) Harmonia]]]], the biggest [[KnightOfCerebus bad yet]] in ''Pokémon''.
* ''VideoGame/{{Cyberbots}}'': Princess Devilotte de Deathsatan IX. Not very subtle.

* ''Webcomic/CharbyTheVampirate'' has "Devil Eyes" Quixoto, a vampire that likes to use him telepathy to mentally torture his victims before feeding from them and leaving them to be finished off by wild animals and whose preferred food is human children. Charby himself counts at the beginning of the comic with his casual murder of humans for just annoying him regardless of their age and reputation as a killer of {{Vampire Hunter}}s along with his hated epithet of "Little Devil".
* In ''Webcomic/{{Gosu}}'' we have Sa Paecheon, the "Devil of the Venom Hands". Given to him for his lethal mastery over his poison-coated Flying Venom Steel Whips, Sa Paecheon was [[WorldsBestWarrior a monster]] [[BloodKnight on the battlefield]] and a person you did not want to cross.

* [[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians Cruella de Vil]], whose name has "cruel," "devil," and "evil" in it. Just run away now. [[CruellaToAnimals Especially if you have any animals with you.]]

* The P-38 Lightning, known to the German Luftwaffe as ''der Gabelschwanz Teufel'', "the Fork Tailed Devil".
* The United States Marines have the nickname of Devil Dogs, coming from the German ''Teufelhunden'' from [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarI The Great War]].
* The Kalanchoe daigremontiana has lots of names, including "The Devil's Backbone." It is poisonous, but only if you eat it. It does, however, reproduce at a terrifying rate.
* The patriarch of the Hatfield clan, from the infamous [=McCoy=]-Hatfield feud which dragged on for decades, was named William Anderson Hatfield--but was better known by his nickname, "Devil Anse" Hatfield. (He was portrayed by Creator/KevinCostner in [[Series/HatfieldsAndMcCoys the History Channel miniseries.]])


[[AC:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* The main villain of ''Anime/MazingerZ'' was Doctor Hell. Somehow neither that, the EvilLaugh ''or'' the creepy purple skin were enough for people to figure out he was evil until it was too late. The dubbed version (''Tranzor Z'') was worried people might be offended by that, so they called him "Doctor Demon" instead. Yeah, that's a LOT better.
** In ''Anime/ShinMazinger'', on the other hand, everyone was able to figure him out rather quickly, even before the purple skin.
* ''Anime/InuYasha'' has [[VillainSue Naraku]], a pun on the word "Naraka", the term for Hell in Buddhism.
* Integra Manga/{{Hellsing}}, though running won't help, as she's a perfect shot. And that's if she doesn't decide to sic {{Alucard}}, her even worse servant, on you.

* ''ComicBook/{{Hellboy}}''.
* Anton Hellgate, recurring villain in Marvel's ''Comicbook/GhostRider'' comics during the 90's.
* Hellhound, used by two Creator/{{DC|Comics}} villains. The second bought the rights to the name.

* Sam Hell (Rowdy Roddy Piper) in the B-classic ''Hell Comes To Frogtown''.

* Possibly an allusion: Dr. Abraham van Helsing from ''Literature/{{Dracula}}''. The anime ''Anime/{{Hellsing}}'' added an extra L, just to be clear.
* Nymeria from ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' picks up the nickname Hellbitch when she becomes alpha of a whole bunch of wolfpacks.
* Hell Tanner from ''Literature/DamnationAlley''.
* Variation: the Forsaken Lanfear in ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'', whose name comes from the French "l'enfer" meaning Hell.
* Weapons dealer Randolph Hellebore, the main antagonist from ''Literature/SilverFin''.

* Abassador Hell from the original ''Series/KamenRider''.

* The {{Trope Namer|s}} and UrExample would have to be Hel, the Myth/{{Norse|Mythology}} death goddess. Her realm is also called Hel, and this name was later absorbed into the English language to refer to the Christian underworld.

* ''VideoGame/FrontMission: [[GaidenGame Gun Hazard]]'' has Colonel Ark Hellbrand, whose military takeover of the [[{{Ruritania}} Republic of Bergen]] kicks off the plot. Really, though, putting a guy with a last name like "Hellbrand" in charge of anything but maybe a fundraising dinner is {{genre blind|ness}} bordering on [[TooDumbToLive suicidal]].
* Grom Hellscream from ''VideoGame/WarcraftII'' and ''III'', and his son Garrosh in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''.


* Infernals are giant golems of rock and fire summoned by demons and warlocks in ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII'' and ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''.
* Inferno, the boss of ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur I'' and ''[=SoulCalibur=] II''.

* Two words: ''Vampyroteuthis infernalis'', "[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vampire_Squid Vampire Squid from Hell]]".

According to various traditions (but not [[Literature/TheBible Biblical]] {{canon}}), Lilith was a PsychoPrototype for Eve who rebelled against God and Adam, then became a demon and gave birth to a ton more demons.

[[AC:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* One of the original Angels from ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''. She's not that ''evil'', mind you, but she's still quite {{eldritch|abomination}} and threatening.
* Digimon has Lillithmon.

[[AC: Comic Books]]
* ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}'s mother is named Lilith.

* Lilith Silver, the vampire {{antihero}}ine of {{camp}}y BMovie ''Film/RazorBladeSmile''.

* The name of a witch in ''Literature/{{Discworld}}.''
* The name of a WickedWitch in Creator/NeilGaiman's ''Literature/{{Stardust}}''.

* The name of ''another'' WickedWitch on ''Series/DoctorWho.''
* On ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', [[spoiler:Lilith was a woman who was corrupted by {{Satan}} and became the first demon he created]].
* Evil lawyer Lilah Morgan in ''Series/{{Angel}}'' has a variation on the name.
* Lilith was the first vampire in ''Series/TrueBlood'', and her possession of Bill gave him all her powers, including [[MindOverMatter telekinesis]] and immunity from staking.
* ''Series/RobinOfSherwood'' has a character called Lilith as one of the girlfriends of EvilSorceror the Baron de Belleme, who after his death successfully seduces/brainwashes Robin into helping her to resurrect him.

[[AC: TabletopGames]]
* Infernoid Lilith in ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh''. She fuses with Elshaddoll Nephilim/Construct and becomes Elshaddoll Anomalilith. After the destruction of Anomalilith by the hands of Nekroz of Sophia and Planetellarknight Ptolemaios, Lilith's head gathers the dekatrons of the other Infernoids and transforms into Infernoid Tierra.
* Ardad Lili is one of the Queens of Night in ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'', a quartet of fallen celestials and empyreals who managed to carve out their own positions in Hell despite the cutthroat nature of the realm.

* Lilith Pleasant in ''VideoGame/TheSims2'' is a downplayed version, being a goth EmoTeen. However, it is a MeaningfulName, as she is contrasted with her dutiful twin sister Angela.
* ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'' has Lilith as a new alter-ego for Isaac in the ''Afterbirth'' expansion. She's a demon who has her eyes bandaged so she can't use tears, instead depending on familiars to fight.



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* Lucemon of ''Anime/DigimonFrontier''.
* Ulquiorra Cifer from ''{{Manga/Bleach}}''.
* Gid '''Lucion''' Deviluke in ''Manga/ToLoveRu''.
* VF-27 Lucifer, a TransformingMecha from ''Anime/MacrossFrontier''.

* AntiHero of his own Creator/{{Vertigo|Comics}} comic book of the same name

* [[LouisCypher Louis/Luis Cypher]] (''Film/AngelHeart'', ''Film/TheMatrix''...)

* Lucius Malfoy from ''Literature/HarryPotter''
* Le Chiffre, of ''Literature/CasinoRoyale'', gets bonus points for being a pretty good spy name even in translation - it means "the number" or "the cypher".
* Valentine Morgenstern of ''Literature/TheMortalInstruments''. His last name means "Fallen star", referring to the fallen angel, Lucifer. You'd think that an organization as biblically based as the Shadowhunters would have been a little concerned when the guy whose last name essentially meant "Lucifer" began to gain so much power...

* In ''Series/{{Angel}}'', the lawyers of the evil OccultLawFirm Wolfram & Hart have an unusual frequency of "LM" initials (Lee Mercer, Lyndsey [=McDonald=], Lilah Morgan, Lynwood Murrow). Although never confirmed as deliberate, there's a common fan interpretation that this derives from Lucifer Morningstar.
* In ''Series/JackTaylor'', the girls at one of Ireland's notorious Magdalene laundries (workhouse institutions run by the Catholic Church which took in "fallen women" to do demeaning labor, like laundering clothes) used to refer to one particularly sadistic nun as "Lucifer."

* Similarly, "Lucien" is also a name to be found on dangerous people, as ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Oblivion]]'', ''{{VideoGame/Fable}}'', and ''VideoGame/RuneScape'' demonstrate.
* Lucifron, a monster in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''.
* The BigBad in the ''VideoGame/GhostsNGoblins'' series, although he was renamed Loki or Rushifell in the American versions of some of the games.
* ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' has Lucius, the leader of Caesar's PraetorianGuard.
* The Prince of the Underworld in ''VideoGame/PrincessMaker'' is named Lucifon. Despite trying to lead an army against humans years ago, he's a necesary evil, since there must exist a balance between Heavens, Underworld and Earth. Plus, he's not such a bad guy when you meet him.

* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'': [[MadScientist Dr. Lucifer Mongfish]], [[MadScientistsBeautifulDaughter father]] of [[BigBad Lucrezia]], Serpentina, and Demonica. They themselves qualify for different categories of this trope.

* Lucius Henious VII on ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes''.
* Lucifer the Cat from Disney's ''{{Disney/Cinderella}}'', the original [[WebOriginal/LOLCats Basement Cat]].
* ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' gives us Mike Morningstar. Morningstar is the most common translation for Lucifer.


* Digimon has Barbamon, because Mammon is something else.

* Mammon, the current BigBad of the ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}'' series.

[[AC:Tabletop Games]]
* In ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'', Mammon is a fallen angel and the ruler of the third ring of Hell. Technically slain long ago, he lives on as a possessing spirit, and every coin, gem, and item of wealth in Hell is part of his body.

* Mammon, the Grand Dragon serves as one of the primary antagonists of ''Webcomic/KillSixBillionDemons'', a massive, [[OurDragonsAreDifferent vaguely-draconic]] PhysicalGod and an [[{{Greed}} avaricious]] tyrant ruling over one-seventh of the [[{{Multiverse}} multiverse.]]


When the original Dr Faustus made his DealWithTheDevil, ''this'' was the demon he made the deal with.

[[AC:Anime and Manga]]
* In the manga ''Manga/BlueExorcist'', Mephisto Pheles is the head of the Japan branch of the Order. [[SarcasmMode GEE I WONDER WHY THAT SOUNDS SO FAMILIAR???]]
* In ''Manga/ShamanKing'', Faust VIII (descendant of the original Faust) appropriately names his Oversoul 'Eliza Mephisto'. Look at this [[NightmareFuel pretty nurse]] and tell me you ''wouldn't'' [[http://img3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120908161520/shamanking/es/images/c/c4/O.s_ver_2.jpg run]]. Keep in mind she's big enough to carry Faust in the [[http://www.mangareader.net/138-7882-18/shaman-king/chapter-130.html ''palm of her hand'']].
* ''Literature/DemonCityShinjuku'' has a man named Mephisto, who lives in the demon-infested region, and is a massive badass. He's one of the good guys.
* Digimon has two in Mephistomon and Phelesmon.
* LightNovel/HighSchoolDXD: The leader of the magician's organization ''Grauzauberer'' is Mephisto Pheles. He is a Devil, who dates back to the time of the Old Maou. But he is also a reasonable guy who gets along much better with the current, kind government in Hell.

* ComicBook/{{Mephisto}}. [[CaptainObvious Duh.]]

* The former king of Hell in ''Series/{{Xena|WarriorPrincess}}''
* A character who may well be '''the''' Mephistopheles appears in the last few episodes of ''Series/{{Hex}}'', although he's implied to be the least evil of the demonic characters.
* The evil alien Mephilas/[[SpellMyNameWithanS Mefilas]], who is one of the most cunning foes of the original Series/{{Ultraman}}.
** Dark Mephisto from ''Series/UltramanNexus'', one of three evil Ultras featured in the show.

* ''{{TabletopGame/Warhammer 40000}}'' doesn't use the entire name, but do have a Blood Angels [[MagicKnight Librarian]] called Mephiston.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' has Mephistopheles as a creation of Asmodeus himself, forged from hellfire and ash. He serves as the ruler of the eighth ring of Hell and specializes into tricking mortals into walking willingly into damnation.

* One of the Undead's Dreadlord hero units in ''VideoGame/WarCraftIII'' bears the name Mephistroth.
* Also Mephisto, the Lord of Hatred from the ''{{VideoGame/Diablo}}'' series.
* ''SonicTheHedgehog'' has a twofer in Mephiles the Dark. Or maybe [[TemporalParadox it doesn't]], actually.
* The BigBad Mephisto from ''VideoGame/{{Alundra 2}}''.
* He is the BigBad in the ''Hordes Of The Underdark'' expansion of ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights''.
* An NPC in ''VideoGame/DemonsSouls'' that only appears after you acquire [[KarmaMeter Pure Black Character Tendency]], which is achieved by either killing off friendly NPC's or invading other players' worlds and killing them and after you kill Yurt the Silent Chieftain, her accomplice (who will also assassinate NPC's in the Nexus if left alive long enough). When you speak to her, she will send you on missions to assassinate friendly NPC's, offering valuable items in return. When all the missions are completed (when everyone in the Nexus and beyond are dead), she will attack and attempt to kill you. All of this is accompanied by her evil appearance and malicious voice.
* The obscure Korean fighting game ''SD Fighters'' includes a stage magician named Mepisto.
* The spaceship in the second game of the ''VideoGame/ChzoMythos'' series, '7 Days a Skeptic,' is named the Mephistopheles, and [[spoiler:nearly the entire crew is dead by the end of the game.]]

A Biblical god/demon who went in for child sacrifice by fire.

* A (former) crime boss in ''Comicbook/{{Watchmen}}'', though he's well past his prime in most of the scenes featuring him.

* [[LIterature/{{Ravenor}} Zygmunt Molotch]]

* The techno demon on ''Series/{{Buffy|TheVampireSlayer}}''.

* Moloch is the former ruler of the Sixth Hell in ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' cosmology, before being deposed shortly before the 3rd Edition, and was the BigBad of the module ''The Apocalypse Stone''.
* In ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}, Moloch is the general of Hell's armies and the ruler of the sixth ring of Hell. He's actually been statted out and clocks in at nearly CR 30 in a game where players cap out at level 20.

* A boss in the ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' series.
* Mortimer and Randolph Moloch, twins in the Stormwind Stockade.
--> "Allow me to introduce myself. I am Randolph Moloch, and I will be killing you all today."
* Moloch Street Underground Station is a location in ''VideoGame/FallenLondon''. It's where trains to and from Hell stop. Fallen London being the kind of place it is, the connection may have been intentional.

* Moloch Von Zinzer, from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius''. Don't let the name intimidate you, he's probably the [[OnlySaneMan least dangerous]] member of the main cast.

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* In the manga ''Manga/BlueExorcist'', Mephisto Pheles' real name is Samael.

* The name of the [[RespawningEnemies self-replicating]] demon in the first ''Film/{{Hellboy}}''.
* Alec [[SdrawkcabName Leamas]] from ''The Spy Who Came in from the Cold'', the AntiHero protagonist. His status as a [[TheMole double agent]] in a CrapsackWorld of BlackAndGrayMorality references the angel's simultaneous good and evil.

* The Forsaken Sammael from ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime''.

* Lucifer's original name from the [[Comicbook/{{Lucifer}} Vertigo comic mentioned under that name.]]

* The BigBad in Volume 5 of ''{{Series/Heroes}}''.

* The Master of the [[{{TabletopGame/Warhammer 40000}} Dark Angels 2nd Company]], Sammael of the Ravenwing (which in itself probably qualifies for this trope).
* The organization of non-humans in ''TabletopGame/AnimaBeyondFantasy''. Its members want from simply to live in peace again with humans to looking for revenge against them for having almost exterminated their races.

* The Demon Lord Samael from ''{{VideoGame/Darksiders}}''.
* In ''VideoGame/SilentHill1'' Dahlia informs the protagonist that the strange marks around town are the mark of Samael, who will enter the world to destroy it if Harry does not take the talisman she gives him to the right place in time. [[spoiler: She's lying. Her cult is trying to summon their "god," and the Flauros talisman allows her to break into Alessa's otherworld.]]

* ''Webcomic/ErrantStory'' gives us Ian Samael, recently [[spoiler:possessed/{{mind rape}}d by an ancient elven goddess]]. On a good day, he's simply a WellIntentionedExtremist. On a bad one, he's a PersonOfMassDestruction, with very little regard for minor concerns like collateral damage.

* Considering the ThemeNaming of the series, possibly Samuel "Samy" Garvin on ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes''.


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* Lala '''Satalin''' Deviluke in ''Manga/ToLoveRu''
* Mr. Satan from ''Anime/DragonballZ''. Ironically, he's not evil (well, unless being a [[{{Jerkass}} complete and total jerk]] can be considered evil) nor is he the badass fighter [[MilesGloriosus he claims to be.]]

* One of the first four (ObviouslyEvil) villains of Franchise/TheFlash's first appearance in UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks was named Sieur Satan (and one of the others was named Duriel).
* ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' enemy Satan Girl. The first version was Pre-Crisis Supergirl's evil duplicate who attempted to murder the female members of the ''ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}''. The second version was an undead Satanist witch. The third Satan Girl was an alien death and love goddess who conquered the 31st century Earth in a matter of days.

* In ''ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}'' fanfic ''Fanfic/HellsisterTrilogy'', Satan Girl -Supergirl's evil counterpart with all of her power and nothing of her conscience- and her son Berserker who has been raised by ComicBook/{{Darkseid}}.

* The true name of the Dark One in ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' is Shai'tan, an anglicized form of the Arabic word for Satan.
* The name given to Sandworms in ''Franchise/{{Dune}}'', "Shaitan."

* TheDragon of ''VideoGame/GhostsNGoblins''.
* The final boss of ''VideoGame/StarOceanTheLastHope'', "'''Satan'''ail"

* The scientific name of the widemouth blindcat(fish) is ''Satan eurystomas'' ("Satan (with a) wide mouth"). To humans, the widemouth blindcat isn't a terribly frightening creature, being a useless-eyed, cream-colored catfish that grows up to 5 and a half inches long. To all of the other inhabitants of the underground aquifer the blindcat lives in (mostly blind shrimp and small fish), however, it might as well be the Devil, as it is the apex predator there.
* Slovakian-born retired NHL player Miroslav Satan[[note]] His "S" actually has a hacek diacritical mark above it[[/note]], with many devil-related jokes made at his expense. During his career, many sports-related websites used the number 666 in the URL of his page. A running April Fool's joke had Satan traded to the New Jersey Devils, making Satan the Devils' Leader. After his retirement in 2014, the Yahoo! headline read "Satan be gone!"
* The SS-18 "Satan" ballistic missile, the largest and most powerful ICBM fielded by the old Soviet Union. The terrifying [[ReportingNames reporting name]] is no coincidence. If this thing had ever been launched in a nuclear war, anything its warheads were aimed at would be vaporized from half a world away.
* This was also the name given to the Flamethrower variant of the M3 light tank used by the Marines in WWII.

[[folder:Miscellaneous Demonic Names]]

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* In ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'' the Sonozaki sisters and their grandmother all have the character for 'oni' (demon) in their names. (The twins' mother did, too, but had to change the spelling when she got married.) It's an [[InTheBlood old family tradition]]...
* For ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'', the assassins of the Varia squad have names like Leviathan, Belphegor, and Mammon.
* Lala Satalin (for "Satan") Deviluke, Nana Asta (for "Astaroth") Deviluke and Momo Velia (for "Belial") Deviluke from ''Manga/ToLoveRu''. And especially their father, Gid Lucione (for "Lucifer") Deviluke.
* If you go for a variant on "beelzebub" or "satan", you'll generally look like you're trying too hard, though. Unless you're in Japan: Mr. Satan (from ''Manga/DragonBall''). He's not evil, though, and while he'd be a badass in any other Verse, in ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' he's a {{Muggle|s}} with [[FakeUltimateHero delusions of grandeur]]. ''{{Franchise/Digimon}}'' also gives us Demon, Beelzebumon, and [=SkullSatamon=]. They were dubbed as Daemon, Beelzemon, and... [=SkullSatamon=]?!

* The BigBad of ''Film/FromDuskTillDawn'' is a vamp (both [[OurVampiresAreDifferent literally]] and [[TheVamp figuratively]]) named Santánico Pandemonium.

* Subverted in Creator/TimothyZahn's ''Heir to the Empire'' trilogy, as, when Han and Lando first meet Garm Bel Iblis, they disagree on whether he can be trusted, with Han sure he's on the up-and-up, while Lando is more suspicious. [[GenreSavvy Readers familiar with this trope]] might tend to side with Lando, since Garm was the name, in Norse myth, of the Hound that guarded the gate to the underworld, while Bel, an alternate spelling of ba'al, in Christian demonology, was/is the name of a demon, while, Iblis is, in Arabic, an alternate name for Satan. It turns out, however, that Han is right and Garm Bel Iblis is a straightforward white-hat.

[[AC: Live Action TV]]
* ''Series/{{Kings}}'': Vesper Abbadon, portrayed by Brian Cox.
* ''Series/BattlestarGalactica1978'' has the SatanicArchetype Count Iblis, who may be a SufficientlyAdvancedAlien or an actual demon.

* ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' has the QuirkyMinibossSquad, the {{Seven|DeadlySins}} Sisters of Purgatory: Lucifer, Satan, Asmodeus, Beelzebub, Leviathan, Belphegor, and Mammon. Their main job in the series is carrying out human sacrifices to resurrect their mistress. (And {{Fanservice}}.)
** The demons from ''VideoGame/ArsGoetia'' - Ronove, Gaap, Zepar, and Furfur - also follow this trope pretty well, to the same extent as the Stakes of Purgatory.
* ''VideoGame/CookieClicker'' has demonic upgrades buyable when [[NewGamePlus Ascending]], which help you retain optimal cookie production for a time after closing the game (starts at one hour, with each new upgrade doubling that time). The upgrades are, in order: Belphegor, Mammon, Abaddon, Satan, Asmodeus, Beelzebub and Lucifer. Their counterpart, the angelic upgrades, cause the cookie production after said time to increase.
* Caim from ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}''. Named after a demon of the ''Literature/ArsGoetia''. Rides a [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons dragon]]. [[AxCrazy Completely]] '''''[[AxCrazy batshit insane]]'''''.
* [[BearsAreBadNews Yao Guai]] (Chinese for demon) in the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' series.
* The Verlac (German origin, "warlock") family of CosmicHorror cultists in ''VideoGame/{{Anchorhead}}''.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}} has several.
** Several archfiends are named after demons from ''Literature/ArsGoetia'', including the archdevil Barbatos and the demon lords Flauros, Haagenti, and Shax.
** The Horseman of Plague and daemon lord Apollyon is named after the Greek version of Abbadon.
** Baphomet is the demon lord of mazes, named after an occult figure the Knights Templar were accused of worshipping.
** The ascended demon and goddess of monsters Lamashtu was named after a Sumerian demon that preyed on infants.

* Doc Scratch from ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', an enigmatic, subtle figure with mysterious, vast powers and ambiguous morality at best, almost like Old Scratch himself.

* Chernabog (Slavic for "black god") in ''{{Disney/Fantasia}}''.


!!Angelic names
For anyone who wishes to keep track, [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Enochian_angels here is a convenient score card]] for the Angel team.

[[folder:Angel (and variations)]]

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* Evangeline Athanasia Katherine [=McDowell=] from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', has a hard K sound in the middle names just to increase the fear. Also an OverlyLongName, and the girl has a number of [[RedBaron Titles to Run Away From Really Fast]]
** [[EmbarrassingMiddleName She hates it]] [[FluffyTheTerrible when people call her "Kitty"]].
** Despite the angel-derived name, she is [[NobleDemon very much a demon and won't hesitate to remind you]].
* Digimon has the Angemon-Species who's members include Angemon, Pidmon, Angewomon and Magna Angemon. Although, not members of the Angemon-Species, related Digimon include, Seraphimon, Ophanimon, Cherubimon, Darcmon, Dominimon, Rasielmon and Mastemon.
* ''Manga/BlackButler'' has two: Angelina Durless (aka Madame Red) [[spoiler: who is actually one-half of Jack The Ripper]], and [[LightIsNotGood Angela Blanc]] [[spoiler: the female identity of a [[GenderBender hermaphroditic]] [[OurAngelsAreDifferent batshit crazy angel]] who wants to [[PureIsNotGood purify]] London by [[KillItWithFire burning out the sin]]]].
* The mind-rending, city-destroying, giant alien monsters of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' are called Angels. While some have almost beautiful shapes, most are bestial monsters or, seemingly, physically impossible (such as a 600-metre by 3 nanometre floating circle and a floating, proton beam-firing octahedron) , the most beautiful Angel, Arael, a giant, glowing, winged creature in space, is the cause of the trope-naming MindRape, and is a prime example of LightIsNotGood.

* Angel of the Franchise/XMen.
* Angela in ''ComicBook/{{Spawn}}''

* ''Film/HotFuzz'': Sgt. Nicholas Angel, badge number 777.
* Harold "Harry" Angel, the shady private detective in ''Film/AngelHeart''. Only by the end do we know how bad he really is: [[spoiler:He's really an evil occultist named Johnny Favorite, the very same man he was looking for. He tried to cheat Satan out of the deal he made with him prior to the start of the film, by stealing the identity of the real Harold Angel.]]

* Angela, the [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} kooky]] but fearsome witch from the ''Literature/InheritanceCycle.''

* [[MagnificentBastard Angela]] from ''{{Series/Heroes}}''.
* The title character of ''Series/{{Angel}}'' is a good guy... when he's going by that name. However, if he's calling himself Angelus, ''[[SuperpoweredEvilSide run]]''.
* Weeping Angels are a race of {{Eldritch Abomination}}s on ''Series/DoctorWho''.

* Destroying Angel mushrooms, which contain some of the deadliest known mycotoxins. Even touching one can kill you. Even better? It doesn't ''just'' kill you, it kills you after three or so days due to it shutting down your liver and kidneys.
* The Angel of Death was the nickname of the infamous [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi]] concentration camp doctor Josef Mengele.
* In Scandinavia, [[OrphanageOfFear baby farmers]] were known as Angel Makers.

* Angelus from ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}''.
* Eldiel: FallenAngel antagonist in both versions of ''Franchise/{{Ys}} IV'', and the BigBad of the Super Famicom version.
* Jenna Angel from ''VideoGame/DigitalDevilSaga''.

Anglicized form of the name for the Angel of Death in Islam and some Hebrew lore. According to more modern Anglicization it would be Isra'il. Not to be confused with Israfil- which is the Muslim name for Raphael.

[[AC:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* Muruta Azrael of ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Gundam SEED]]'', an [[SmugSnake arrogant]], [[HeManWomanHater misogynistic]], [[FantasticRacism racist]] lobbyist and politician who seeks to [[FinalSolution kill every]] [[BornWinner Coordinator]] in existence with [[NukeEm nuclear weapons]] and uses [[PsychoSerum drugged up]] {{Tykebomb}}s as front-line ChildSoldiers. Oh and he's a SoreLoser to boot. Start running now.

* [[ComicBook/{{Azrael}} Anti-heroes]] from the Franchise/{{Bat|man}}verse.
* Gargamel's pet cat in ''Franchise/TheSmurfs''

* Azrael in [[Fanfic/{{Lunarenegade}} L U N A R E N E G A D E]].

* Demon in ''Film/{{Dogma}}''

* Asriel of ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials''.
* The real guy shows up in ''Literature/GoodOmens'', and in one of the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' books.
* Azreal, the leader of the Poppy Warriors in the Literature/GemmaDoyle Trilogy.
* The Literature/{{Discworld}} has regular old Death, and he's quite a nice chap when you get to know him, but Death answers to Azrael, the Death of Worlds. [[spoiler:HE'S NOT BAD EITHER.]]

* The subject of "Azrael" by proto-prog group The Nice.
* Also the subject of the song of the same name by HeavyMetal band Crimson Glory.

* Current Chapter Master of the Dark Angels in ''{{TabletopGame/Warhammer 40000}}'' is one Azrael.
* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Spaceships'' features the [[WeaponOfMassDestruction relativistic kill missile]] ''Azrael''.
* The Beryl Azrael in ''TabletopGame/AnimaBeyondFantasy'', but InNameOnly.

* Azurile from ''[[VideoGame/DragonQuestMonsters Dragon Warrior Monsters]]''
* Izual from ''{{VideoGame/Diablo}} II'' is possibly a corruption of this name.
* A major villain in ''VideoGame/ChaosLegion''.
* Indie fangame ''[[http://www.rpgrevolution.com/game/final-fantasy-time-and-again_43.html Final Fantasy: Time And Again]]'' has Azrael as the main character, [[AuthorAvatar who also happens to be the creator's webname]], as a Dragoon. She's called "[[AffectionateNickname Azzie]]" in the game.
* ''Videogame/FinalFantasyXII'' has the esper [[SignificantAnagram Zal]][[TheGrimReaper era]]. It has a horned skull for a head and was a grim reaper analogue in its backstory.
* Azrael is the name of a ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' character introduced in ''[[VideoGame/BlazBlueChronoPhantasma Chrono Phantasma]]'', who is an AxCrazy BloodKnight [[PersonOfMassDestruction of Mass Destruction]]. For bonus points, his Drive is called ''The Terror''.
* Asriel Dreemurr from ''{{Videogame/Undertale}}'' definitely falls under this, in all his OneWingedAngel form-having glory. [[spoiler: Also he absorbs the souls of all your friends to attain this form.]]

Possibly due to XtremeKoolLetterz; and the vaguest recollection that it was something in the Bible; which is [[FauxSymbolism Significant]]. Baffling when you ponder that it means "exit."

* ''Exodia, The Forbidden One'' will instantly win a ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh'' game when summoned.

* [[Characters/XMenAcolytes Exodus]] (born Bennet du Paris) is a Creator/MarvelComics {{supervillain}}.

* The Exodar in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft''. Bonus points for being the Draenei's means of ''exit'' from Draenor.
* One way the BigBad of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyV'' was [[SpellMyNameWithAnS translated]] before it was officially settled to "Exdeath"; others have included "Exodia."
** Exodus is also an esper in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII''.
* The titular BigBad of ''VideoGame/UltimaIII: Exodus''.
* The antagonists of ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia'' are an organization named Exodus. [[spoiler:Given that their goal is to return to their home world of Elympios by any means necessary, the name makes perfect sense.]]

This one's a double whammy with the whole Angel of Death / left hand of God thing.

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* Lord Djibril from ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeedDestiny'', "Djibril" being the Arabic/Islamic form of Gabriel's name.
* Bagramon from ''Anime/DigimonXrosWars''; with "Bagra" being a deliberate corruption of "Gabriel".

[[AC: {{Fanfic}}]]
* Gabriel Jameson in ''Fanfic/BringingMeToLife'', he's an {{Abusive Parent|s}} and {{Domestic Abuse}}r who beats and starves his wife and son.

* The main character's real name in ''Film/VanHelsing''.
* Gabriel, the Big Bad of ''Film/TheProphecy''.

* Played completely straight in ''Literature/FarFromTheMaddingCrowd'' with the character of [[FauxSymbolism Gabriel Oak]]

* In ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', "Hidden", [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds Gabriel Duncan]], who tries to nuke the entire town and came [[BigDamnHeroes dangerously close to succeeding]].
* Sylar's real name in ''Series/{{Heroes}}''
* Simon and River's dad from ''{{Series/Firefly}}''
* Also the name of the mysterious "other" ghost whisperer on ''Series/GhostWhisperer''.
* Subverted in ''Series/{{Carnivale}}''. Gabriel is the angelic, child-like strongman son of Ruthie the snake charmer. He's [[BerserkButton only dangerous when someone hurts his momma]].

* The Force Commander from ''{{TabletopGame/Warhammer 40000}}: Dawn of War''. Bonus points for his name being Gabriel ''Angelos''.

* ''VideoGame/CallOfDutyGhosts'' has Gabriel Rorke, TheAce turned TheParagonAlwaysRebels.
* ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaLordsOfShadow'' has the lead character [[TheAce Gabriel Belmont]], who would go on to become the infamous [[FallenHero Dracula]].
* ''VideoGame/NeverendingNightmares'' has Gabrielle, the protagonist's little sister, who keeps appearing in said nightmares to antagonize him. [[StoryBranching Most of the time.]]
* ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'' has Gabriel Reyes, otherwise known as Reaper/The Reaper (both are used somewhat interchangeably, with the latter being more common in earlier source material). Before Overwatch's fall, he was the head of Overwatch's Blackwatch division and presumably the second in command of Overwatch to Jack Morrison (Soldier: 76). After Overwatch was destroyed and he turned to evil, he became obsessed (at least in-game) with death and killing, to the point of ridiculousness. (Other source materials portray him far less death-obsessed than he appears in game.)
* ''VideoGame/StarCraftIIWingsOfLiberty'' has Gabriel Tosh, a WitchDoctor-esque Spectre who went rogue to oppose [[TheEmpire the Dominion.]]

* ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'' has Gabriel Agreste, who, in addition to being a ControlFreak {{Abusive Parent|s}}, is also the show's BigBad, [[TheCorrupter Hawk Moth]].


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* Raphael Gundam from ''Anime/Gundam00AWakeningOfTheTrailblazer''.

* The serial killer in the ''Series/CriminalMinds'' two-parter "The Big Game"/"Revelations" has an alternate personality who believes himself to ''be'' the actual, biblical one.
* On ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' he is the voice of religious fundamentalism and zealotry in heaven. Oh that, and he wants to restart the apocalypse which the Winchester boys had previously averted.

* [[Characters/SoulSeries Raphael Sorel]] from the VideoGame/SoulSeries.

* [[Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles The Ninja Turtle]] [[SaiGuy with the pair of sai.]]


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* From ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'', we have a KnifeNut [[EvilPrince crown prince]] who wants to off his equally insane younger twin Belphegor and claim the throne.
* Averted with Raziel from Creator/ChristopherMoore's [[TheVerse verse]]. While he can come off as quite terrifying, he's actually the origin of DumbBlonde jokes, and with good reason. Sent to Earth to grant the Christmas wish of a distraught child, he intends to bring back a MallSanta the kid saw inadvertently killed, but winds up resurrecting a graveyard worth of brain-hungry zombies. In [[Literature/LambTheGospelAccordingToBiff Lamb]], tops himself over and over, leading to pinnacle example of Raziel-ness:
--> "The angel confided in me that he is going to ask the Lord if he can become Spider-Man"

[[AC: TabletopGames]]
* Raziel is one of the Celestial Hebdomad from the ''Book of Exalted Deeds'' from ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' third edition. He's the most warlike of the archangels, and is a [[DemonSlaying slayer of fiends]].

[[AC: VideoGames]]
* Raziel from the ''VideoGame/LegacyOfKain'' series.


[[folder: Uriel]]

* Uriel makes several appearances in ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'', helping out the protagonist, Harry Dresden, who nicknames him Mr Sunshine. Heavily implied to be the most dangerous archangel, and outright stated to be 'Heaven's spook' and he who killed the firstborn of Egypt. He also gives Harry a very nasty fright when he objects to being called 'Uri'. Justified in that Harry's nicknames in particular have power, and that part of his name is very important.
* The name of a planet visited in ''Literature/AWrinkleInTime'', Particularly the one where the children ride on the back of Mrs. Whatsit, who has transformed into a sort of winged centaur.
* In Creator/DeanKoontz's novel ''Literature/{{Hideaway}}'', The Angel who it is strongly implied[[spoiler: was the source of Hatch Harrison's visions, and who speaks and acts through him as he kills Vassago, who we know had renamed himself after a Demon]].

[[AC: Fanfiction]]
* In ''Fanfic/ManchesterLost'' and ''Fanfic/ParadiseThwarted'', he is one of the 4 archangels, and as in the above, possibly the strongest. However, he is also a complete CloudCuckoolander and intersperses moments of pure Badass (he nearly rips Lucifer in half! And throws him all over the place) with hilarious moments e.g. hugging people, becoming a fluffy bunny magnet for 3 weeks and being utterly oblivious to Belial's attentions, Belial being Archdevil of Lust.

[[AC: Live Action Television]]
* Uriel from ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' appears at first as just another dickish angel ([[CrapSackWorld of which there are many]]) who just doesn't like the Winchesters. [[spoiler: And then he tries to kickstart Armageddon.]]

[[AC: VideoGames]]
* [[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsIVOblivion Emperor Uriel Septim]].
* One of the fighters from ''VideoGame/QuakeIIIArena'' is an ancient gargoyle type thing with this name.