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.
The serpent, Jormungand was the middle child of Loki and the giantess, Angrboda.
Lechies were Russian demons that lived in the woods. They had human bodies from the waist up with the horns, ears, and beard of a she-goat.
Loki, the son of 2 giants, was the trickster god in Norse mythology who was always doing his best to cause trouble.
Melchom is the paymaster of civil servants in hell. He is known as the demon who carries the purse.
In Teutonic mythology, Nicor are malignant water monsters who drown people.
Nybbas is a demon of hell who manages visions and dreams. He may be associated with the Assyrian and Babylonian god of writing, Nabu.