What is another word for succuba?

12 synonyms found


[ səkjˈuːbə], [ səkjˈuːbə], [ s_ə_k_j_ˈuː_b_ə]

A succuba is a female demon believed to have sexual intercourse with men in their sleep. This medieval concept has variations in different parts of the world, and there exist multiple synonyms for the word "succuba" used by different cultures. Some of the common synonyms for "succuba" include Hecate, Lilith, night hag, and mare. In Hindu mythology, there are terms like Yakshinis and Dakinis to describe similar entities. The ancient Greeks used the term Empusa or Mormo. Similarly, the Romans had Incubus persona used for male demons. The list of synonyms for "succuba" is vast and varied, but the underlying theme usually refers to some supernatural entity with sexual motives.

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How to use "Succuba" in context?

Succuba is derived from the Arabic word sukkar which means "fragrant resin." Succuba was first brewed in the Middle East in the 8th century AD and was used as an antidote for poisoning. Today, succuba is used as a fragrant cosmetic and personal care item. Succuba is composed of five essential oils - neroli, rose, caraway, lavender, and clary - and it is these oils that give succuba its distinctive aroma.

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