Abdalaa: According to the Liber de Angelis, Abdalaa holds the rank of king in the hierarchy of Hell.
He appears in connection with a compulsion spell guaranteed to procure the love of a woman. From the profusion of such spells in all of the magickal texts, it would seem that practitioners of the black arts had a very difficult time finding a date in the Middle Ages. To cure the medieval magician’s lonely heart, this demon, along with his minions, were to be invoked and set upon the desired woman, at which point they would torment her horribly until she accepted her newfound mate. Note that Abdalaa is suspiciously close to the Arabic name Abdullah. This name means “servant of God” and is not generally associated with demons.

Source : The Dictionary of Demons written by Michelle Belanger.