Hebrew (עזאזל), Aramaic (רמשנאל) Arabic (عزازل) meaning - "remove, entire removal".
Azazel or Azazael - is a term used three times in the Hebrew scriptures, and later in Hebrew mythology as the enigmatic name of a character.
The term in the Bible is limited to three uses in Leviticus 16, where a goat is designated either "for absolute removal" or "for Azazel" and outcast in the desert as part of Yom Kippur.
Later Azazel was considered by some Jewish sources to be a supernatural being mentioned in connection with the ritual of the Day of Atonement. According to Enoch Azazel was one of the chief Grigori, a group of fallen angels who married women.