Apollyon

[ uh-pol-yuh n ]
/ əˈpɒl yən /

noun

the destroyer; the angel of the bottomless pit; Abaddon. Rev. 9:11.

Origin of Apollyon

< Greek apollýōn (present participle of apollýnai to utterly destroy), equivalent to ap- ap-2 + olly- destroy + -ōn present participle suffix
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Apollyon

/ (əˈpɒljən) /

noun

New Testament the destroyer, a name given to the Devil (Revelation 9:11)

Word Origin for Apollyon

C14: via Late Latin from Greek, from apollunai to destroy totally
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