Demoniac meaning

dēmə-nīə-kəl
Possessed, produced, or influenced by a demon.

Demoniac creatures.

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Of, resembling, or suggestive of a devil; fiendish.

Demoniac energy; a demoniacal fit.

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One who is or seems to be possessed by a demon.
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Possessed or influenced by a demon.
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Of a demon or demons.
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Like or characteristic of a demon; fiendish; frenzied.
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A person supposedly possessed by a demon.
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Possessed or controlled by a demon.
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Of or pertaining to demons; demonic.
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Someone who is possessed by a demon.
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Origin of demoniac

  • Middle English demoniak from Late Latin daemoniacus from Greek daimoniakos from daimonios of a spirit from daimōn divine power demon

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Late Latin daemoniacus.

    From Wiktionary