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"Mephistopheles."มิสไตเฟอร์ลิส Dark Shadows (2012)
Now that guy's interesting, complex, a young mephistopheles.ผู้ชายคนนั้นน่าสนใจมาก ลึกลับซับซ้อน เหมือน Mephistopheles สมัยหนุ่มๆ The Serena Also Rises (2008)
Ah, our Mephistoles.Aha, unser MephistophelesMephisto (1981)
Carry on the good work, Mephistoles.Machen Sie weiter so, MephistophelesMephisto (1981)
"Mephistopheles" is such a mouthful in Manhattan, Johnny."Mephistopheles" ist so ein ellenlanges Wort in Manhattan. Angel Heart (1987)
Master or Mephistopheles.Mephistopheles? Ich weiß es nicht. Faust (2000)
If Mephistopheles offered to return to me what they call virility, I'd answer,Falls Mephistopheles mir erscheint und mir anbietet, mir meine Potenz zurückzugeben, würde ich antworten: Regarding Buñuel (2000)
My other interviews have pinned you as a mass murderer, bloodsucker, pimp, profiteer, child killer, and my personal favorite "yuppie Mephistopheles."Laut meinen anderen interview- partnern sind Sie ein Mörder, Blutsauger, Zuhälter, Profitmacher, Kindermörder und - mein Favorit - ein Yuppie-MephistophelesThank You for Smoking (2005)
Keep Mephistopheles from getting his hands on it.Und verhindert, dass Mephistopheles ihn in die Hände bekommt. Ghost Rider (2007)
A young MephistopheIes.Ein junger MephistophelesThe Serena Also Rises (2008)
- Better than Mephistopheles?Richard III. Besser als MephistophelesAnonymous (2011)
Mephistopheles."Mephistopheles." Dark Shadows (2012)
Mephistopheles.MephistophelesDark Shadows (2012)
I was rooting for Mephistopheles and contemptuous of Faust.Ich war auf der Seite von Mephistopheles und verachtete Faust. Secondo (2015)
My name is Mephistopheles.Ich heiße MephistophelesBeauty and the Devil (1950)
Mephistopheles?MephistophelesBedazzled (1967)
By the blood of babes unborn, by the inversion of the Savior, by the bond of thine own hand, we do entreat thee, deliver them up to us to command in thy name, to serve our will and thine own.Bei dem Blut des ungeborenen Kindes, bei der Umkehr des Erlösers, erflehen wir von dir, gebe uns diese Seelen um sie in deinem Namen zu befehligen. Bei Luzifer, Beelzebub, Mephistopheles und allen anderen Unterfürsten erflehen wir: Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things (1972)

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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Mephistopheles \Meph*is*toph"e*les\
     (m[e^]f*[i^]s*tof"[-e]*l[=e]z) [Written Mephostophilus in
     Shakespeare, Fletcher etc., Mephostophilis in Marlowe, but
     now generally Mephistopheles, as in Goethe: a made-up name,
     like most of the names of the medieval devils, but supposed
     by some to be formed (irregularly) from Gr. mh`, not, fw^s
     (fwt-), light, and fi`los, loving.]
     A familiar spirit mentioned in the old legend of Sir John
     Faustus, and a principal agent in Marlowe's play Dr. Faustus
     and in Goethe's Faust. In medieval demonology, he was one of
     the seven chief devils.
     [Century Dictionary 1906]
           He is frequently referred to as "the Devil," but it was
           well understood that he was only a devil. Goethe took
           only the name and a few circumstances connected with
           the first appearance of Mephistopheles from the legend:
           the character, from first to last, is his own creation;
           and, in his own words, "on account of the irony and
           knowledge of the world it displays, is not easily
           comprehended." Although he sometimes slyly used it
           (though less frequently than Faust) as a mask through
           which to speak with his own voice, he evidently drew
           the germ of some characteristics from his early
           associate, Merck. . . . The original form of this name
           was Mephostophiles. There has been much discussion in
           regard to its meaning, but D["u]ntzen's conjecture is
           probably correct, -- that it was imperfectly formed by
           some one who knew little Greek, and was intended to
           signify "not loving the light."          --B. Taylor,
                                                    Notes to
     [Century Dictionary 1906] Mephitic

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