The Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage details an extensive hierarchy of demons in hell. Below are the servants of Paymon/Paimon, one of the eight sub-princes in the demonic hierarchy.
Servants of Ariton
- Snader: Greek. A flayer.
- Sndrocos: Perhaps Greek—? Arranger or orderer of men.
- Caromos: Perhaps from Greek, charma, = joy.
- Caron: Greek. The name of Charon, the ferryman of the souls of the dead in Hades.
- Ekorok: Hebrew. Thy breaking, Thy barrenness.
- Elerion: Perhaps Greek. A Laugher or Mocker.
- Flaxon: Greek. About to rend, or to be rent asunder.
- Galak: Greek. Milky.
- Harombrub: Hebrew. Exalted in greatness.
- Ilemlis: Hebrew. The silent Lion.
- Irmenos: Perhaps from Greek, hermeneus, = an Expounder.
- Maranton: Greek. Quenched, having extinguished.
- Megalosin: Greek. In great things.
- Miliom: Hebrew. The ender or destroyer of day.
- Notiser: Perhaps Greek, = Putter to flight.
- Reginon: Hebrew. Vigorous ones.
- Rosaran: ? Hebrew—? Evil and wicked.
- Sapason: Perhaps from Greek, sepo, to putrefy.
- Saris: Greek. A pike or spear.
- Sekabin: Chaldee. Casters down.
- Sermeot: Hebrew. Death of the flesh.
- Sibolas: Hebrew. A rushing Lion.
- Book: Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage
- Web: Sacred Magic of Abramelin the Mage (from esotericarchives.com)