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Arioch

Demon of vengeance, according to some demonologists. Arioch differs from Alastor and occupies himself only with vengeance in particular cases where he is employed for that purpose.

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Arioch

Arioch (ā´rēŏk), in the Bible. 1 See Chedorlaomer. 2 Captain under Nebuchadnezzar.

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