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Zabulon (Unk) Name of a demon said to have possessed a lay sister of Loudon, France in 1633.

Zaebos (Sumerian) Grand Count of Hell. Depicted with a human head, crowned with a ducal coronet, and the body of a crocodile. He is supposedly of a gentle disposition.

Zagam (Unk) Said to change things into its opposite. Demon of counterfeit. Grand King and President of the infernal regions. He appears under the form of a bull with the wings of a griffin. A demon of lies and deceit, he changes water into wine, blood into oil, the fool into a wiseman, lead into silver, and copper into gold. He commands thirty legions.

Zapan (Unk) One of the kings of hell according to Wierius.

Zeernebooch (German) A dark god, monarch of the empire of the dead among the ancient Germans.

Zephar (Zepar) (Unk) Also Vepar and Separ A Grand Duke of Hell who tempts men to commit sexual sins with children. God of war. He has the form of a warrior. He commands twenty-eight legions.

Zimimar The lordly monarch of the northern regions of Hell.

Zu In Sumero-Akkadian mythology, Zu is a divine storm-bird and the personification of the southern wind and the thunder clouds. This demon, half man and half bird, stole the "Tablets of Destiny" from Enlil and hid them on a mountaintop. Anu ordered the other gods to retrieve those tables, but all were afraid of this demon. According to one text, Marduk killed the bird, but in another text it died through the arrows of the god Ninurta. The bird is also referred to as Imdugud or Anzu.