100+ Fallen Angel Names You Need To Know

There are a lot of fallen angels who are super evil but some of them are sweet.
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Fallen angels are angels in Abrahamic religions whose sins led them to expulsion from heaven.

Fallen angels aren't literally mentioned in any Abrahamic scripture. However, the idea has been derived from a Jewish text called the Book of Enoch, which assumes that the "sons of God" in Genesis 6:1-4 are angels.

There has been much fascination around the world regarding these dark angels and in this blog, you'll find the most comprehensive fallen angel names list along with the biblical description of angels. So, read on for all the names that mean fallen angel, including female fallen angel names.

If you're on the lookout for more interesting name articles on Kidadl, consider angelic names and names that mean angel.

We've already mentioned that the fallen angels are the angels who God cast out of heaven. However, why did that happen? That's what we'll learn before we get down to discussing the names of male and female fallen angels.

The information in this article is from all kinds of sources from across many religions and stories as many cultures share the idea of angels.

While there are numerous debates regarding the origin of fallen angels, most theologians agree that they were angels who were once a part of heaven, watched by the seven holy angels; Gabriel, Lucifer, Michael (the most powerful angel), Raguel, Raphael, Saraquel, and Uriel. However, when Satan, one of the angels in heaven, started to oppose God by wanting to indulge in the pleasures available on Earth, several angels sided with him.

Satan and his followers committed a number of sins that God found unpardonable and as a result, he cast them down to Earth from heaven, where they continued to indulge sinful acts and behaviors. The fallen angels created numerous offsprings on Earth, who were demons and many of them are considered fallen angels as well.

According to some religious texts or popular modern fictional stories fallen angels and demons command numerous legions of demons who are in constant opposition to God and intent on spreading evil. Their appearances are extremely horrifying as well, with several fallen angels and demons having appearances that combine the looks of man with other creatures such as lion, dog, and horse.

Fallen angels are known for tempting human beings in several ways. Those who heed the words of fallen angels are much more likely of going astray in life and indulging in activities that are harmful not just to the self but also to others. Several fallen angels are incredibly intelligent as well and well-versed in science, arts, and crafts.

So, without further ado, let's jump right into the fallen angel names, appearances, and abilities.

Male Fallen Angel Names

In the first section, we're going to talk about the names of all the male fallen angels from the Book of Enoch and a wide variety of lore, mythology, and religions.

Fallen angel names are so interesting.

1. Abaddon, meaning "to destroy"; he is the chief of all the demons.

2. Abezethibou, the one-winged fallen angel and demon described in the Testament of Solomon, a pseudepigraph like the Book of Enoch.

3. Allocen, one of hell's dukes who commands 36 demon legions and appears as a lion-headed soldier who can breathe fire.

4. Amducias, a fallen angel who looks like a unicorn. This fallen angel is now the Grand Duke of Hades.

5. Amon, the Grand Marquis of Hell and a demon who commands 40 infernal legions.

6. Amy, the supreme president of hell who is said to tempt humans for knowledge in exchange for their souls.

7. Andras, a raven-headed fallen angel who is a Great Marquis of Hell who is in charge of 30 demon legions.

8. Andrealphus, who appears as a peacock first and then a human and has the ability to transform people into birds and make them cunning and evil.

9. Andromaleus, one of Solomon's 72 spirits, who can be considered one of the good angels among the fallen angels, as he is known for punishing thieves.

10. Apollyon, the Greek name for the destroying angel Abaddon.

11. Armaros, a fallen angel who has the ability to teach people how to resolve enchantments.

12. Asmoday, who appears with the heads of a man, a ram, and a bull, and is considered the king of the fallen angels.

13. Asmodeus, who is one of the seven Persian archangels and the king of the earthly spirits known as jinn or shedim in Judeo-Islamic lore.

14. Astaroth, a part of the evil trinity along with Beelzebub and Lucifer, and is the Great Duke of Hell in demonology.

15. Azael, one of the evil fallen angels.

16. Azazel, whose name means god of war and desert demon. He looks like a billy-goat.

17. Azza, one of the fallen angels whose name means "strong".

18. Baal, a Canaanite god, a Duke of Hell and one of the seven princes of hell, whose name means "lord".

19. Balam, a fallen angel whose appearance is very much like that of Asmoday, with the only notable exception being his serpent tail.

20. Balberith, one of Hell's pagan high priests.

21. Baraqijal, a fallen angel who is known for teaching astrology to humans.

22. Barbatos, a duke and an earl of Hell who rules 30 demon legions and has abilities such as speaking to animals, telling the future, and leading people to treasure that was hidden thanks to the enchantment of magicians.

23. Bathin, a Demonic duke who knows everything about gemstones and herbs and commands 30 demon legions. He has a snake's tail.

24. Beelzebub, formerly a Philistine god who was later adopted as a demon by some Abrahamic religions. Commonly referred to as "Lord of the Flies".

25. Behemoth, a mythological beast from the Book of Job and a form of the primeval monster of chaos that God defeated at the beginning of creation.

26. Beleth, one of the most evil fallen angels who commands more than 85 demon legions and is also a king of hell.

27. Belial, meaning "without worth". He is considered to be the evil spirit of desperation, darkness, and uselessness.

28. Belphegor, a demon and one of hell's seven princes, the meaning of whose name is"lord of opening". He tempts people to become rich by suggesting ingenious inventions.

29. Berith, also known as Baal Berith, who is regarded as the fallen angel of lies. According to the bible, he was worshiped in ancient Canaan as a god.

30. Bernael, an angel of evil and darkness who is often equated with both Belial, an evil fallen angel, and Haziel, a good angel.

31. Bifrons, who teaches man mathematical arts and appears as a monstrous figure.

32. Botis, a demon who rules over 60 demon legions and looks like a horned and fanged human.

33. Buer, a chairman of the underworld who teaches man ethics, logic, and philosophy. He appears in the form of a star.

34. Caim, a fallen angel who looks like a man with a sword.

35. Dantanian, a fallen angel who looks like a man with many faces.

36. Decarabia, a demon who leads 30 demon legions and appears either as a pentagram or a star-containing pentacle. He commands all birds.

37. Eligor, who looks like a knight armed with a lance but actually is a fallen angel.

38. Enepsigos, looks like a woman but actually is a fallen angel.

39. Flauros, a demon and a fallen angel who looks like a leopard.

40. Focalor, a fallen angel who commands the sea and the winds. He has the ability to drown and sink ships.

41. Forcas, teaches ethics and logic as a fallen angel.

42. Forneus, a fallen angel who is a marquis of hell and has a sea monster-like appearance.

43. Furcas, who has a long beard and looks like a cruel man.

44. Gaap, the Great President of Hell and one of its seven princes, who commands 66 demon legions.

45. Gadreel, meaning "my helper is God".

46. Gamygyn, who looks similar to a tiny horse but is a fallen angel.

47. Glasyalabolas, who looks like a dog with wings but is actually a fallen angel.

48. Gomory, who looks like a beautiful woman and rides a camel.

49. Gusion, a fallen angel with the ability of telling the present, the past, and the future.

50. Hagenti, who looks like a bull with the wings of a griffin but is actually a fallen angel.

51. Halpas, who looks like a stork but is actually a fallen angel.

52. Imamiah, who controls journeys and voyages as a fallen angel.

53. Ipos, a demon who is the count of hell, has the head of a lion and commands 36 demon legions.

54. Kimaris, a demon who looks like a godly warrior and rides a black horse. He is capable of locating hidden or lost treasures, making a warrior out of any man, and teaching logic, grammar, and rhetoric (trivium).

55. Kokabiel, who is considered "angel of the stars" with the meaning of the name being "God's star".

56. Kunopegos, a fallen angel with the appearance of a sea monster and the ability to sink ships.

57. Lahash, a fallen angel known for interfering with the will of divinity.

58. Lerajie, who looks like an archer as a fallen angel.

59. Leviathan, a creature from Jewish mythology who looks like a monster and dwells in the sea.

60. Lix Tetrax, a jinn and a wind demon.

61. Lucifer, meaning "light bearer".

62. Malpas, who looks like a crow as a fallen angel.

63. Marbas, a fallen angel who looks like a lion.

64. Mastema, meaning "hostility" and who persecutes evil and tempts and tests the faith of men as well.

65. Mephistopheles, a fallen angel and demon from German folklore who doesn't like the light.

66. Morax, who looks like a bull.

67. Naamah, a fallen angel whose name means "to please".

68. Naberius, an incredibly strong demon who is in command of 29 demon legions.

69. Orias, who looks like a lion that has a serpent tail.

70. Ornias, a fallen angel who is also an annoying demon with the ability of shape-shifting.

71. Orobas, who looks similar to a horse.

72. Ose, who is one of hell's presidents and appears as a leopard.

73. Paimon, who resembles a man with a crown and rides a camel.

74. Penemuel, who writes and aims to corrupt all of mankind through his literary works.

75. Phoenix, who is phoenix-like in appearance.

76. Procel, who can tell of secret and hidden things.

77. Purah, a fallen angel who symbolizes forgetfulness and has the ability to conjure the dead.

78. Purson, who looks like a man with a lion's head atop a bear.

79. Qemuel, a fallen angel whose life was cut short by God.

80. Rahab, whose name means "violence".

81. Raum, who looks similar to a crow and commands 30 demon legions.

82. Remiel, a fallen Watcher and archangel whose name means "God's thunder".

83. Ronobe, a fallen angel and a monster known for teaching art and rhetoric.

84. Ruax, a fallen angel who is known for causing headaches.

85. Sabnack, who looks like a soldier with the head of a lion.

86. Saleos, who looks like a soldier and rides a crocodile.

87. Samael, an archangel from Talmudic lore who is also a fallen angel known for being an accuser and a destroyer.

88. Satan, a fallen angel from the bible whose name means "God adversary".

89. Seere, who looks like a man riding a horse with wings.

90. Semyaza, one of God's sons who eventually becomes a leader of fallen angels.

91. Shax, a fallen angel and a Great Marquis of hell who commands 30 demon legions.

92. Solas, a fallen angel who looks like a raven and is a teacher of astronomy.

93. Sorath, a fallen angel who is associated with the "number of the beast"; 666.

94. Sytry, a fallen angel who looks like a leopard-headed man with wings of a griffin.

95. Uzza, whose name means "strength".

96. Valac, a fallen angel who looks like a small boy who has two dragon heads and wings. He is also known as Ualac.

97. Valefor, a fallen angel and a Duke of hell who looks like a lion. He is also known by the names Malaphar, Malephar, Valefar, and Valafar.

98. Vapula, a fallen angel and a Duke of hell whose appearance is lion-like. He is known for teaching crafts, philosophy, and science.

99. Vassago, a fallen angel who can tell of the future and the past and commands 26 demon legions.

100. Vepar, a fallen angel and a Duke of hell who has the ability of calling storms.

101. Vine, a demonic king and a fallen angel that looks like a lion riding a black horse.

102. Vual, a fallen angel with a camel-like appearance.

103. Wormwood, a fallen angel who is known for bringing plagues to Earth.

104. Xaphan, a fallen angel who was expelled from heaven for setting it on fire.

105. Zagan, a fallen angel and a king of hell who has a bull-like appearance with wings. He has the ability of turning water into wine.

106. Zepar, a fallen angel and a duke of hell who has a soldier-like appearance and can make people fall in love.

Fallen angels are a favorite in many fantasy stories.

Female Fallen Angel Names

Most fallen angels are male. However, there are female angels who were expelled from heaven as well and in this section, you can read up about all the female names that mean fallen angel.

107. Lillith, a female fallen angel who some say was Adam's first wife, before Eve.

108. Marchosias, a female fallen angel who looks like a she-wolf with the wings of a griffin.

109. Obyzouth, a female demon and fallen angel.

110. Onoskelis, a female fallen angel who lives in caves.

Kidadl has lots of great names articles to inspire you. If you liked our suggestions for fallen angel names, then why not take a look at angel names from around the world, or for something different, take a look at saint boy names.

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