[ yoo-dee-muh n ]
/ yuˈdi mən /
a good or benevolent demon or spirit.
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Examples from the Web for eudemon
Eudemon perceived him first, and calling Gargantua said, Sir, come and see Absalom hanging.
Gargantua, a man of fifty-five, is introduced to Eudemon, a boy of twelve.History of Education|Levi Seeley
The devils have passed there, said Eudemon, to carry away the damned souls.
British Dictionary definitions for eudemon
/ (juːˈdiːmən) /
a benevolent spirit or demon
Word Origin for eudemon
C17: from Greek eudaimōn, from eu- + daimōn in-dwelling spirit; see demon
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