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The name Lilith is of Arabic origins. The meaning of Lilith is 'ghost', 'night' or 'demon'. It is traditionally given as a name to girls. In the Muslim culture, Lilith was a name that was of Babylonian origin, meaning 'having a place in the evening'. Lilith is also the name that was given to Adam's first wife; no, not Eve! Adam was the first man who was created by God and Lilith was the name of his first spouse. However, because she refused to listen to him and follow his orders, she was thrown out of the Garden of Eden and replaced with Eve. Lilith is also seen in Jewish folklore, as a female demonic figure. Her name comes from the words 'lilu' or 'liltu', meaning 'night monster'.

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Lilith is most often associated with the gender: female.

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