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Satan

noun uk   us   /ˈseɪ.tən/ formal
the name used by Christians and Jews for the Devil (= a powerful evil force and the enemy of God)
Translations of “Satan”
in Arabic الشَيطان…
in Korean 악마, 사탄…
in Malaysian syaitan…
in French Satan…
in Turkish Şeytan…
in Italian Satana…
in Chinese (Traditional) 撒旦(基督教和猶太教中的魔鬼)…
in Russian сатана…
in Polish szatan…
in Vietnamese quỷ Xa- Tăng…
in Spanish Satanás…
in Portuguese Satanás…
in Thai ซาตาน, วิญญาณร้าย…
in German der Satan…
in Catalan Satanàs…
in Japanese 悪魔…
in Indonesian setan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 撒旦(基督教和犹太教中的魔鬼)…
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