noun Lil·ith \ˈli-ləth\

Definition of LILITH

:  a woman who in rabbinic legend is Adam's first wife, is supplanted by Eve, and becomes an evil spirit
:  a famous witch in medieval demonology

Origin of LILITH

Late Hebrew līlīth, from Hebrew, a female demon
First Known Use: 1614


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