Azazel (/əˈzeɪzəl/), also spelled Azazael (Hebrew: עֲזָאזֵל, translit. ʿAzazel; Arabic: عزازيل, translit. ʿAzāzīl), appears in the Bible in association with the scapegoat rite. In some traditions of Judaism and Christianity, it is the name for a fallen angel.
Definition and meaning:AZAZEL a-za'-zel (`aza'zel apopompaios; the King James Version Scapegoat, the Revised Version, margin 'removal'): _I.
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English Name: Fallen Arch-Spirits. Meaning: n/a. First Appearance
The name ‘Azazel’ may be derived from ‘azaz’ and ‘el’ meaning ‘strong one of God.’
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The exact meaning of Azazel was a point of dispute already in the times of the talmudic sages: some held
In some traditions of Judaism and Christianity, it is the name for a fallen angel.
ANGE: French name meaning "angel, messenger." Compare with feminine Ange.
"Azazel" means “God strengthens” in Hebrew .HE was indeed an Angel He can also be known as the angel of death...