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60 Evil Baby Names


Sometimes, you do not want to sound super nice. Instead, you want to live life on the edge and have a darker, more evil sounding name. While we hope that you do not give your baby an evil name, we have a list of the 60 best evil baby names for boys and girls. Hopefully, you will be able to use these unique names for story writing and not baby naming. Whatever the case, enjoy these names that range from sinister to supernatural.

30 Evil Baby Names for Boys

1. Baal-Berith

In the Bible, Baal-Berith was the Canaanite Lord of Covenant. Later on, he became a devil. He typically appears as a soldier with a golden crown, a red horse and red clothing. Once, he possessed a nun, but a priest exorcised him and he gave away his many names.

2. Diabolos

Diabolos is from Greek mythology. His name meant slanderer or accuser. In the Bible, his name was used as an alternative name to Satan, the prince of demons. i

3. Morfran

Morfran is from Welsh mythology and is known as the great crow. According to legend, he was so ugly that his mother tried to improve his fortunes by giving him great wisdom and knowledge.

4. Samael

In Jewish myths, Samael is the grim reaper and a fallen angel. He is known as a destroyer and seducer. He is also known by names like the Prince of Darkness and the chief of the Dragons of Evil.

5. Jilaiya

Jilaiya is an Indian demon. At night, he flies around like a bird to suck the blood of human beings. Julaiya sleeks during the day in dark spaces and only awakens at nightfall. This demon only sucks the blood of humans when it hears its name called.

6. Demogorgon

Demogorgon is a god of the underworld in Greek mythology. This name is often used as a synonym for Satan. It is made from the Greek root words for demon and grim. He is typically considered an omnipotent primordial being.

7. Seth

Seth is from Egyptian mythology. He was the god of the desert, chaos and storms. This evil god is known for killing Osiris, and his name means “the one who dazzles.”

8. Ravana

Ravana comes from the epic Hindu story, Ramayana. He was a demon king of Ceylon who later kidnapped Rama’s wife. His name means a man with ten heads. While he may be a demon, he is actually worshiped in some parts of the world.

9. Addanc

Addanc comes from Welsh mythology. He was the lake monster that was killed by King Arthur. He has also been described as a demon, beaver, dwarf and crocodile. Anyone who was foolish enough to go into his lake could and would eventually become his prey.

10. Orpheus

Orpheus is a musician and poet from Greek mythology. When he played music, the trees would dance and the rivers would stop moving to hear the sound. His name means “the darkness of night” and Orpheus was also a vampire.

11. Apep

Apep comes from Egyptian mythology. His name means “to slighter.” He was the enemy of the Sun god and often called Serpent of the Nile or Evil Lizard. The Egyptian name Apep is connected to the root pp, which means ‘to slither.’ In Egyptian mythology,

12. Azazel

Azazel means scapegoat and is referenced as the sacrificial goat. He has been called the angel of death and the goat demon.

13. Satan

Satan is the ultimate adversary of God. This fallen angel takes his name from a Hebrew word that means adversary. Satan is a Hebrew word for the Greek word, Diabolos.

14. Abaddon

Abaddon comes from the Greek word, “Abaddon.” This words means destruction or ruination. In the Bible, Abaddon is the name for a location of destruction. It is also a name of a fallen angel who blew a horn to summon his compatriots to earth to hurt anyone who does not have a specific seal on their forehead.

15. Spike

Spike was a love interest of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and a vicious vampire.

16. Malcolm

Malcolm is a vampire in an American television show. He is also the name of the son of Duncan who follows Macbeth onto the throne.

17. Orusula

Orusula is a demon from Costa Rica who looks like a gigantic pig.

18. Chernobog

This person is the god of evil and darkness in Slavic mythology. His name means black god and he is the evil counterpart to the good god, Belbog.

19. Aamon

Ammo is the Grand Marquis of Hell and is a demon assistant to Astaroths. He rules over 50 infernal legions.

20. Asmodeus

Asmodeus is from Hebrew mythology and is the devil in charge of sensuality and luxury. He is one of the seven princes of Hell and appears in the Books of Tobit. His name means “wrath” and “demon.”

21. Draven

This name comes from a worth that means “hunter.” It was later adopted by a member of Linkin Park.

22. Alaric

Alaric was a vampire in the television show the Vampire Diaries. His beautiful sounding name is known to mean “noble leader.”

23. Dracula

Dracula is by far one of the most famous vampires on this list. He was the antagonist in the novel Dracula and was one of the first undead in popular culture. He lived in a castle within the Carpathian Mountains and is portrayed as a decaying aristocrat.

24. Alessandro

Alessandro is another vampire name. This name actually means defender of mankind, which is an odd name for a vampire.

25. Abchanchu

Abchanchu is a vampire who hails from Bolivia. He often appears as a helpless travel or an elderly person to trick a passerby to help him. Once they fall for the trick, he drinks their blood.

26. Zagan

This is one of the fallen angels. Zagan was a king of hell and looks like a bull with griffin wings. He commands a troop f demons and 33 legions of the damned.

27. Nicholas

Nicholas is a vampire from the movie, the Vampire Chronicles. The actual Greek name comes from the Greek words that mean victory and people.

28. Abigor

Abigor is one of the most attractive demons. He has amazing powers of war and rules over 60 legions of Hell.

29. Ahriman

Ahriman is from a Middle Persian word that means “devil or evil spirit.” In ancient Persian mythology, he was the god of darkness, death and destruction.

30. Vlad

Vlad is often used as a vampire name. He was said to eat bread dipped into the blood of his enemies and was supposed to be fond of impaling his enemies on the stake.

30 Evil Baby Names for Girls

1. Lilitu

Lilitu is the female version of Lilu. She is portrayed with goat horns, a serpent-like tail and goat hooves.

2. Hecate

Hecate is from a Latin word that means “workers from far off.” She was said to be the goddess of demons, the underworld, witchcraft and graves. Hecate seduced men into marrying her so that she could have children who looked human, but were demons on the inside.

3. Ambrosia

Ambrosia is a vampire whose name means “food of the gods.”

4. Sonja

Sonja is a vampire from the Underworld series. t

5. Mara

Mara is a wraith in Scandinavian folklore. She is supposed to be the reason why children have nightmares. In Buddhism, she is the physical personification of evil. She attempted to seduce Gautama Buddha with visions of pretty women to get him to stray from his path.

6. Batibat

Batibat is a demon who comes from Ilocano folklore. She is a nightmare demon who causes people to die while they sleep. She is said to be a fat, old woman who hides in trees. She comes into contact people when they cut the tree she lives in to make their house.

7. Ardat Lili

Ardat Lili is a young female spirit or demon. She attacks children and pregnant women.

8. Lamia

Lamia is a monster who is known for kidnapping and disemboweling children. Her name means “large shark.”

9. Kok-Lir

Kok-Lir is the succubus demon who hails from Borneo. She is said to prey on wandering men.

10. Zurie

This name means “white and lovely,” but it sounds like it has a more sinister meaning behind it.

11. Lamashtu

Lamashtu is a blend of seven different witches. In Mesopotamian myths, she is the demon who causes unborn children and newborns to die. She is said to kidnap children as they breast feed and chew on their bones. She is represented with a hairy body, a lioness’ head, donkey’s teeth and bony fingers.

12. Pandora

Pandora is the source of the phrase “Pandora’s Box.” Her name means all gift. In Greek myths, Pandora was the first person to unleash evil on the world when she opened a box.

13. Qarinah

Qarinah is from Arabic myths and is a demon. Her origins date back to ancient Egypt.

14. Lezabel

Iezabel is a Greek name that means “chaste and intact.” In the Bible, she was the wife of King Ahab and the prophet Elijah foretells that she will be torn apart by hounds.

15. Gorgon

Gorgon represents wisdom and female mysteries. She is also the bringer of death and the creator of life. Her name means “terrible” in Greek.

16. Yuki Onna

Yuki Onna is a phantom who is portrayed as a beautiful, tall woman with black hair and blue lips. She appears during snowstorms, and her transparent skin helps her blend in with the snow. Once she finds someone in the storm, she lures the young man to an isolated area where she can drink his blood and allow him to freeze.

17. Lilith

While Lilith is a Hebrew name, the myth actually starts in Sumerian culture. In Hebrew myth, Lilith is a storm demon who causes death and diseases. In one tradition, Adam’s first wife was actually Lilith.

18. Elena

Elena is a vampire from a television show called the Vampire Diaries.

19. Kasdeya

Kasdeya is called the fifth Satan. She is a demon who is known for her connection to poisons. D

20. Bronwen

This Welsh name means dark and beautiful. It was used as the name of a heroine in a classic novel.

21. Elizabeth

In Hungary, the Countess Elizabeth Bathory was known for being a real-life vampire. She would use the blood of her victims to make herself beautiful. Many, many young women died before she was finally stopped.

22. Bella

Bella is the name of the famous Bella Swan in the vampire series, Twilight.

23. Astrid

Astrid is another vampire name. It comes from a Scandinavian royal name from the 10th century. This name means “divinely beautiful.”

24. Empusa

Empusa a demon who has a leg of brass and a leg of a donkey. She lures travelers from their path to eat them. She later appeared as a monster who was ruled by Hectate.

25. Prosperine

Prosperine is the princess of Hell. She helps Belial and is often considered to be the mother of Baal.

26. Layla

Layla sounds like a pretty option. It means “dark beauty” or “night.”

27. Sekhmet

This Egyptian goddess was a precursor to the modern vampire myth. She was known for wanting blood. According to the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the soul would leave the tomb to suck blood if it was not given good enough offerings.

28. Nimue

Nimue was a sorceress in Arthurian legend. She is not entirely evil, but she is often portrayed as a temptress.

29. Succubus

Succubus is one of the most popular and well known demons. She is the female version of the male incubus. Her goal is to have amorous relationships with men and then attack them while they slept.

30. Jezebeth

Jezebeth is a demon in charge of lies. She helps angry humans become angrier and will even follow someone for their entire life as she waits for them to become angry.



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