Empusa

Greek - A demon. Daughter of Hecate. In some accounts these demons were said to have two legs, one made of brass, the other the leg of an ass, and could adopt many forms. Some say that they were composed of parts of a cow, a dog, a mule and a woman. Having taken the form of a woman, they would sleep with men, sapping their strength until they died, and then eating them. If they were verbally assailed, they fled. The Lamia is one of the Empusae, in some accounts. At times, known as Empusa, Demon of Midnight, Demon of Midnight, Empousa, Empousa, Empusa, Lamia, Lamia, 'greedy' or Lybian Neith.
Greek - A name for Hecate in some accounts. Also called Empusa, Demon of Midnight, Demon of Midnight, Empousa, Empousa, Empusa, Lamia, Lamia, 'greedy' or Lybian Neith.

empusa

General - A vampire or spectre. Also commonly referred to as empusa, Demon of Midnight, Demon of Midnight, Empusa, Empousa, Empousa, Empusa, Lamia, Lamia, 'greedy' or Lybian Neith.

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