Zagan

Zagan Meaning and Origin

The name Zagan is a boy’s name meaning “beautifier” and is of Arabic origin. He is also known as one of the fallen angels, who first appears as a bull with griffin wings, and then as a man. It can also refer to a demon or spirit in various mythologies and occult traditions, including the Ars Goetia, a grimoire of demonology, where Zagan is described as a Great King of Hell, ruling over 33 legions of demons. In this context, Zagan is said to have the power to turn metals into coins and transform wine into water. Zagan is also a Polish city located in the western part of the country, in the Greater Poland Voivodeship. The city has a rich history dating back to the 10th century and is known for its Gothic architecture, including the Parish Church of St. Nicholas and the Town Hall. Lastly, Zagan is a surname of Slavic origin, and it is found in various countries, including Poland, Russia, and Ukraine. The name may derive from the word “zagać,” meaning “to pursue” or “to chase,” and could have originally referred to a hunter or warrior.

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