Definition of Abaddon in English:

Abaddon

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Pronunciation: /əˈbad(ə)n
 
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A name for the Devil (Rev. 9:11) or for hell.

Origin

late Middle English: via Greek from Hebrew 'ăḇaddōn 'destruction'. Its use for ‘hell’ arose in the late 17th century.

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