1. the spirit of evil in Zoroastrianism; arch rival of Ormazd
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Get Started For Free Linguix pencil

How To Use Ahriman In A Sentence

  • For, to say nothing of the apparently independent existence of the principle of darkness and evil called Ahriman, the relation of the Pantheism, Its Story and Significance Religions Ancient and Modern
  • There are things we do and know perfectly well in Vanity Fair, though we never speak of them: as the Ahrimanians worship the devil, but don't mention him: and a polite public will no more bear to read an authentic description of vice than a truly refined English or American female will permit the word breeches to be pronounced in her chaste hearing. Vanity Fair
  • It's the Hebrew word for Adversary," said Etheriel impatiently. 1 could say Ahriman, which is the Persian word. The Complete Stories Vol 1
  • In Zoroastrian myths, good and evil were represented by the twins Ahriman and Ahura Mazda. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Twins and More
  • The great Persian religious teacher Zoroaster, who lived centuries before Alexander, taught that all must choose whom they would follow, but that at the end of time Ahriman would be defeated by the Wise Lord. Alexander the Great
  • He has a few rounds of shadow-boxing with Ahriman, recites some metaphysical mumbo-jumbo, and that's it.
  • The Babylonians also incorporated their belief in destiny into the Mithraic worship of Zurvan, the Persian god of infinite time and father of the gods Ahura-Mazda and Ahriman.
  • Tempted by Ahriman, the first man and woman had fallen; and for twelve thousand years there was to be war between _Ormuzd_ and the Good Spirits created by him, and _Ahriman_ and the Evil ones whom he had called into existence. Morals and Dogma of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry
  • The name Ahriman, however, does not actually occur in this Yasna. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery
  • Most terrifying in evil majesty was the Zoroastrian Ahriman, and it has been con - jectured that the grim dualism of the Zendavesta may have had some influence on Jewish and Christian demonological speculation. PROBLEM OF EVIL
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy