from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An evil female spirit in ancient Semitic legend, alleged to haunt deserted places and attack children.
- n. The first wife of Adam in Hebrew folklore, believed to have been in existence before the creation of Eve.
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- proper n. A Mesopotamian storm demon, a bearer of disease and death; also the first wife of Adam in Jewish folklore.
- proper n. The "dark moon" or "black moon", not an actual phase of the moon but the empty focus of the ellipse described by its orbit.
- proper n. A female given name.
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- n. a female demon who attacks children.
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- n. in ancient Semitic folklore: a female demon who attacks children
Cay drew the name Lilith in the mud by the pond with a stick, then pulled the stick across it, making deep furrows.
Chuck reveals that Lilith is coming and she has a plan for Sam.
* The heroine, Lilith is so beautiful, her soul is wonderous and kind.
In Astrology Lilith is represented by the black moon, a theoretical point in the horoscope that describes a dark facet of our nature.
Castiel says Lilith is working her way through the seals (think locked doors) and if she breaks through the last one then Lucifer will walk the earth.
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Though I realize Lilith is blonde in, for example, the poems of Dante Gabriel Rossetti, I still tend to picture her with dark hair and pale skin, perhaps because of her association with vampirism.
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All of this is similar to Siegmund Hurwitz's Jungian interpretation of the Lilith mythos in Lilith-The First Eve.
Myth – Lilith is the only true vampire and through mating with cain created the vampire bloodline.