posted on Jul, 3 2010 @ 07:50 PM
reply to post by XsameXoneXotherX
'The Devil' is the name given to a supernatural entity, who, in most Western religions, is the central embodiment of evil. This entity is commonly
referred to by a variety of other names, including Satan, Asmodai, Beelzebub, Lucifer and/or Mephistopheles. In classic demonology, however, each of
these alternate names refers to a specific supernatural entity, and there is significant disagreement as to whether any of these specific entities is
The English word ''devil'' derives from the Middle English ''devel'', from Old English ''dēofol'', from Latin ''Diábolus'', from
Late Greek ''Diabolos'', meaning, 'slanderer', from ''diaballein'', to slander: ''dia-'', across + ''ballein'', to hurl. The term
''devil'' can refer to a greater demon in the hierarchy of Hell.
I don't see anything here in the definition about "D" etermined.