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Abaddon

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The angel of the bottom-less pit (Rev. ix. 11). The Hebrew abad means “he perished.”

“The angell of the bottomlesse pytt, whose name in the hebrew tonge is Abadon.”—Tindale.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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A.B.C
A B C Book
A.B.C. Process (The)
A. E. I. O. U
A.U.C
Aaron
Ab
Aback
Abacus
Abaddon
Abambou
Abandon
Abandon fait larron
Abaris
Abate
Abatement
Abaton
Abbassides
Abbey Laird (An)
Abbey-lubber (An)

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