Definition of Diabolos

1. Noun. (plural of diabolo) ¹



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Definition of Diabolos

1. diabolo [n] - See also: diabolo

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diabolos

diabolify
diabolifying
diabolise
diabolism
diabolisms
diabolist
diabolistic
diabolists
diabolize
diabolized
diabolizes
diabolizing
diabolo
diabologue
diabologues
diabolos (current term)
diabulimia
diacatholicon
diacatholicons
diacaustic
diacaustics
diacele
diacerein
diacetal
diacetate
diacetates
diacetemia
diacetic acid
diacetone
diacetonuria

Literary usage of Diabolos

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1848)
"For this purpose the Son of God was manifested, that he might destroy the works of the devil" [diabolos]. In 1 John, iii. 10, " in this the children of God ..."

2. The Universalist's Book of Reference: Containing All the Principal Facts and by Everet Emmett Guild, Everet Emmett Guild, 1811- (1901)
"... SATAN, and diabolos, were not used by the Scripture writers to signify a fallen angel, or a personal being called the devil. SHAITAN. ..."

3. The Universalist's Book of Reference: Containing All the Principal Facts and by R. E. Guild (1853)
"SECTION V. All the texts in the NEW TESTAMENT where the Greek term diabolos occur*, in whatever way RENDERED in the common English version. Matt. 25 : 41. ..."

4. Spiritualism Identical with Ancient Sorcery, New Testament Demonology, and by William McDonald (1866)
"diabolos. This word signifies, according to Robinson, "traducer, accuser, slanderer, devil." It occurs thirty-eight times in the New Testament, ..."

5. An Inquiry Into the Scriptural Doctrine Concerning the Devil and Satan: And by Walter Balfour (1827)
"ALL THE PASSAGES WHERE THE ORIGINAL TERM diabolos, TRANSLATED DEVIL, IS USED, CONSIDERED. WE have seen that the term satan means an adversary, ..."

6. Note-book of Materia Medica, Pharmacology, and Therapeutics by Robert Edmund Scoresby-Jackson (1867)
"... fui' tho purpose of arresting the sweating of phthisis, anil .il .и in diabolos. As an injection, it is used in ..."

7. Three Inquiries: 1. Into the Scriptural Doctrine Concerning the Devil and by Walter Balfour (1842)
"We are now to pay some attention to the meaning and application of the term (diabolos) devil, where it occurs in the New Testament. Let it be then observed, ..."

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