List of Female Demon Names

There seems to be a lot of queries coming from you guys for me to begin a list of female demon names and what they do. So I’ve decided to begin compiling one. As I gain more information on them they will be added to the demon index we carry here if they’re not already there. This list of female demon names will not currently be compiled by culture/region. For now, we’ll keep them together here until we have a good and viable list.List of female demon names

Ardat Lili: A night demon; a succubus, or a young female spirit associated with children and pregnant women, also a storm demon. One in the demon-triad formed by Lilu (the male), Lilitu (the female), and Ardat Lili (the handmaid). (Sumerian)

Batibat: A female nightmare demon that causes death during sleep, associated with trees. (Philippine)

Empusa: A shapeshifter, a demonic female with one leg that of a donkey and the other of brass, pursues travelers and eats them. [syn: Emipusa, Empousa] (Greek)

Gorgon: The personification of female wisdom and mysteries, a protector, creator of life and bringer of death. From Greek gorgo terrible. 1398. (Greek) image

Hantu Kopek: Female nightmare demon.

Lamashtu: A kind of goddess, seven witches in one, associated with the death of unborns and newborns, a night demon, bringer of disease. (Mesopotamian)

Lamia: A half woman half serpent demon; a sea monster; a night demon that preys on children, also a vampire. 1350. (Greek)

Lilim: The female offspring of Lilith. [syn: Lilin] see: Lilith

Lilith: The personification of female sexuality and power over men, enlightener of women. image

Lilitu: The female counterpart of Lilu. One in the demon-triad formed by Lilu (the male), Lilitu (the female), and Ardat Lili (the handmaid). (Sumerian)

Palden Lhamo: A gaurdian goddess; protector of Tibet. (Tibetan)

Succubus: A female demon that attempts sexual intercourse with sleeping persons. From Latin succubāre to lie under, alteration of Late Latin incubus. 1387. image

Yuki-Onna: An irresistible phantom associated with snow storms; a type of pale succubus that lures young men to remote areas with the intention of drinking their blood or freezing them solid. [syn: Lady of the Snow, Snow Queen, Snow Ghost] (Japanese)