Moloch

Mesopotamian - An Ammonite god to whom children. Were sacrificed by fire. In some versions, the rite itself. He is depicted holding a sceptre, with ram's horns or with the head of an ox. In some accounts he is identified with Melkarth. In some references, known as Moloch, Malcam, Malcam, Moloch, Malek, Malek, Malik, Malik, Melech, Melech, Moloch, Melek, Melek, Moloch, Milcom, Milcom, Moloch, Milkom, Milkom, Moloch, Mlk, Mlk, Moloch, Molech, Molech, Moloch, Molek, Molek, Molekh, Molekh, Moloc, Moloc, Moloch, Molokh, Molokh or Moloch.
English - A rebel angel in Milton's Paradise Lost. At times, called Moloch, Malcam, Malcam, Moloch, Malek, Malek, Malik, Malik, Melech, Melech, Moloch, Melek, Melek, Moloch, Milcom, Milcom, Moloch, Milkom, Milkom, Moloch, Mlk, Mlk, Moloch, Molech, Molech, Moloch, Molek, Molek, Molekh, Molekh, Moloc, Moloc, Moloch, Molokh, Molokh or Moloch.
General - A demon. In black magic he is one of the Grand Dignitaries. Sometimes referred to as Moloch, Malcam, Malcam, Moloch, Malek, Malek, Malik, Malik, Melech, Melech, Moloch, Melek, Melek, Moloch, Milcom, Milcom, Moloch, Milkom, Milkom, Moloch, Mlk, Mlk, Moloch, Molech, Molech, Moloch, Molek, Molek, Molekh, Molekh, Moloc, Moloc, Moloch, Molokh, Molokh or Moloch.

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