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daimon

[ dahy-mohn ]

noun

, plural dai·mo·nes [dahy, -m, uh, -neez], dai·mons.


daimon

/ ˈdaɪmɒn /

noun

  1. a variant of daemon demon


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Derived Forms

  • daiˈmonic, adjective
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Other Words From

  • dai·mon·ic [dahy-, mon, -ik], dai·mon·is·tic [dahy-m, uh, -, nis, -tik], adjective
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Example Sentences

His divine sign or daimon advised him throughout his life, and a jury of his peers condemned him to death.

Very much of this nature was the genius or Daimon (don't say Demon) of Socrates.

In antiquity the name of daimon was given to the human soul or to higher intelligences.

What is known to that Daimon always appears to me the very same when I actually meet it.

There was no kind of doubt that he carried within him the creative "daimon."

This "dualism of the soul and its daimon" cannot be overcome by the clear light of reason.

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