The wolf, Fenrir was the eldest child of Loki and the giantess, Angrboda.
European Demons: List of Demons in Europe
Many of those classified as European "demons" in this list come from Greek, Roman and Norse mythologies and display trickster-like behavior (e.g. Loki) or are associated with the underworld (e.g. Hecate). Browse through profiles of demons, tricksters and evil spirits from Europe including Greek, Roman, Norse, and Scandinavian demons below. Visit the Demon FAQ for more info on my philosophy behind the classifications.
Flaga is a Scandinavian fairy, though some claim she was only a magician who rode on an eagle.
The fomorians, whose name means ‘dark of the sea,’ were a race of Gaelic demons said to be the offspring of Noah’s son, Ham.
Considered demons of the underworld or of the sea, the Gorgons were the daughters of Phorcys and Ceto.
The Harpies, called “the hounds of Zeus,” were a group of feminine creatures with beaks and claws.
Hecate, also called Agriope (“savage face”), was the daughter of the Titan Perses and of Asteria.
Hel was the daughter of Loki and the giantess, Angrboda.
Hiisi (pl. hiiet) is the Finnish word for demon mentioned in the Kalevala.
Ishtar/Inanna is the sister of Ereshkigal, who rules the dead.