Translation of succubus in Spanish:


súcubo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈsəkjəbəs//ˈsʌkjʊbəs/

nounPlural succubi

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    súcubo masculine
    • In this, the nightmare equals the incubi and succubi, a personification of erotic dream figures.
    • Grim skulls taunt Mother Superior's mind, while a severely cowled Mary Magdalene in green eye shadow and come-hither lipstick holds court over a writhing succubus.
    • I thought I was being attacked by a succubus again.
    • People dressed up as something else - but that something else often meant vampires, devils, and succubi.
    • She was a Valkryie, a succubus - a dark-eyed angel roaring through the sky in the path of vengeance unknowable.
    • I see the notorious Sheila Face, certainly named by some carnal-dreaming mountaineer, looming like a succubus above the hut.
    • He carefully stepped around the various succubi, incubi and lesser lust demons littering the room, finally stopping in front of the throne.
    • Has anyone had any experiences with what might be considered a succubus or incubus?
    • A succubus is not just a fantastic, furry creature: it is a female demon fabled to have sexual intercourse with sleeping men.
    • It wasn't a possessive spirit who just couldn't let it's house go, and it wasn't a spectral incubi and succubi who would attack you at night and give you a whole new take on the phrase ‘bed bugs’.
    • For most of the history of Christianity there are reports of Satan having sex with humans, either as an incubus (male devil) or succubus (female devil).
    • It was a union that was blessed by Jesus in the sacred ceremony of marriage, only to be destroyed by a succubus of Satan.
    • Harrison says ‘If your uncle was right about a succubus being among us, it may be that the demon is clever enough to cover her tracks.’
    • The darkness is seductive; and the black ocean straddles me as a dark succubus.
    • Certainly the phenomenon experienced by our subjects is very similar to that, as I mentioned, with people who have encountered ghosts and incubi and succubi and witches and things of that sort that visit them at night.
    • You really expect me to believe an angel is going to hang out with a succubus?