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From Japanese 閻魔 (Enma). Doublet of Yama.

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Enma

  1. (mythology, Shinto) The Japanese name for Yama, the Hindu, Buddhist and Chinese god who presides over naraku (hell). A deity and/or personification of death. (Compare Izanami and the Shinigami.)

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