Origin of DemogorgonLL: probably of Asian origin, originally , but influenced, influence by Classical Latin daemon (see daemon) + Gorgo (see Gorgon)
Origin of DemogorgonLate Latin Dēmogorgōn
A pseudo-Greek mythological figure most likely actually invented Christian scholar ca 350-400 CE. The origins of the name are uncertain, partly because the figure itself was possibly of imaginary coinage. Various theories suggest that the name is derived from the Greek words daemon ('spirit' given the Christian connotations of 'demon' in the early Middle Ages)— or, less likely demos ('people')— and Gorgon or gorgos ('grim'). A less accepted theory claims that it is derived from a variation of 'demiurge'.