English - Greek Dictionary:

familiar

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+1 rate 1. An attendant spirit that appears in the form of an animal.
rate 2. C O M P A N I O N (n) old use - a close friend, or a spirit in the shape of a cat, bird or other animal that is the close companion of a witch
rate 3. in Western demonology, small animal or imp kept as a witch's attendant, given to her by the devil or inherited from another witch. The familiar was a low-ranking demon that assumed any animal shape, such as a toad, dog, insect or black cat. Sometimes the familiar was described as a grotesque creature of fantasy, an amalgam of several creatures. The familiar was believed to subsist by sucking blood from a witch's fingers or other protuberances on her body such as a mole or a wart. During the European witchcraft trials of the 15th17th century a suspected witch was searched for the teats by which she fed her familiar and these, like the devil's brand marks, were considered sure signs of her guilt.
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