She would cleave to the good God Lucifer, and she aspired to be the bride of Asmodeus.
Aeshma, later Asmodeus, may be named; he is one of the Drvants, or storm-fiends.
I feel like "waving aside all roofs," in the way of Le Sage's Asmodeus.
In short, we became inseparable; and our despised and despising fellow-students thence designated us Don Cleofas and Asmodeus.
Because she had been given to seven husbands and a devil named Asmodeus had killed them, at their first going in unto her.
Asmodeus sharpened his wits in his conversations with the wisest of kings.
The devils of Lust are considered elsewhere, and Asmodeus among them; there is another aspect of him which here concerns us.
Unswerving Nemesis has followed that wild theorem in many forms, of which the most significant is Asmodeus.
It was as if some invisible Asmodeus had revealed to this simple frontiersman a world of which he had never dreamed.
Along with pretty Saracen maidens, or memories of them, were brought back into Europe legends of Asmodeus.
evil spirit, prince of demons, from Latin Asmodaeus, from Greek Asmodaios, from Talmudic Hebrew Ashmeday, from Avestan Aeshma-dæva, "Aeshma the deceitful," from aeshma "anger," daeva- "spirit, demon."