Isaiah 34:14 The wild beasts of the desert shall also meet with the howling creatures,
And the wild goat shall bleat to its companion;
Also Lilith shall repose there,
And find for her self a place of rest.
A rose by any other name would smell as sweet ... What follows is an incomplete (but alphabetized) list of the names of Lilith compiled from various sources, and including variant spellings because true names can be tricky as one letter can make all the difference, amongst other things. The many names can also be traced back to the complex interplay of cultural, historical, symbolic, and creative influences that have shaped her mythology over centuries. Each culture, each period, each interpretation, and each translation has added layers of meaning to her, resulting in the rich tapestry of Lilith's various identities. Take into account errors in orthography, interpretation, transliteration, proofreading, and the imprecise precision of language and one gets to here. Your mileage may vary.
(One may ask: "Why should I care?" In essence, the relevance of Lilith's names lies in their capacity to shed light on the multifaceted nature of human belief systems, cultural expressions, and symbolic interpretations. Her character serves as a rich source of exploration and discussion across a wide range of academic, religious, artistic, and cultural disciplines.)
Caution: Please read operating manual thoroughly before using as there can be hidden power in names. Not to mention that magic is real and it's nothing like what they say. Better safe than sorry!