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Apollyon

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Pronunciation: /əˈpɒljən
 
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Definition of Apollyon in English:

A name for the Devil (Rev. 9:11).

Origin

from late Latin (Vulgate), from Greek Apolluōn (translating Abaddon), from apollunai, from apo- 'quite' + ollunai 'destroy'.

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