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Devils

(in Dante's Divine Comedy):

Alichino
(The allurer.)

Barbariccia.
(The malicious.) Calcobrina. (The grace-scorner.) Caynazzo. (The snarler.) Ciriato Sannuto. (The tusked boar.) Dragnignazzo. (The fell dragon.) Farfarello. (The scandalmonger.) Grafficane. (The doggish.) Libicocco. (The ill-tempered.) Rubicante. (The red with rage.) Scarmiglione. (The baneful.)

The blue Devils.
The fidgets or megrims.

Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894
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