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Part of speech: noun
Sense 1: In Zoroastrianism, Ahriman is the evil spirit or principle of darkness, destruction, and chaos, opposed to Ahura Mazda, the god of light and creation.
Example sentence: Zoroastrians believe in the eternal struggle between Ahura Mazda and Ahriman.
Sense 2: Ahriman is a popular character in various fantasy novels and role-playing games, typically portrayed as a powerful demon or antagonist.
Example sentence: The main villain of the story was an Ahriman seeking to conquer the kingdom.
Sense 3: In local folklore, Ahriman refers to a mythical creature resembling a terrifying demon, often associated with nightmarish visions.
Example sentence: The villagers told tales of encountering the dreaded Ahriman in the dark forest.
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