noun Ah·ri·man \ˈär-i-mən, -ˌmän\

Definition of Ahriman

  1. :  Ahura Mazda's antagonist who is a spirit of darkness and evil in Zoroastrianism

Origin and Etymology of ahriman

Persian, modification of Avestan aṅrō mainyuš hostile spirit

First Known Use: 1727

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