How to Say Devil in Different Languages

Devil in Different Languages: A devil is the embodiment of evil as devised in many different cultures and religious practices. It is viewed as a hostile and damaging force objectification. A single meaning of every form that includes all the beliefs is impossible to define, besides that it is a representation of bad. By the prism of each culture and religion that has the devil as part of their ideology it is important.

How to Say Devil in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Devil
Albaniandjall
Basquedeabrua
Belarusianд'ябал
Bosnianđavo
Bulgarianдявол
Catalandiable
Croatianvrag
Czechďábel
Danishdjævel
Dutchduivel
Estoniankurat
Finnishpaholainen
Frenchdiable
Galiciandiaño
GermanTeufel
Greekδιάβολος (diávolos)
Hungarianördög
IcelandicDjöfullinn
Irishdiabhal
Italiandiavolo
Latvianvelns
Lithuanianvelnias
Macedonianѓаволот
Maltesedevil
Norwegiandjevel
Polishdiabeł
Portuguesediabo
Romaniandiavol
Russianдьявол (d'yavol)
Serbianђаво (dzhavo)
Slovakdiabol
Slovenianhudič
Spanishdiablo
Swedishjäkel
Ukrainianдиявол (dyyavol)
Welshdiafol
Yiddishטייַוול
ArmenianՍատանա
Azerbaijanişeytan
Bengaliশয়তান
Chinese Simplified魔鬼 (móguǐ)
Chinese Traditional魔鬼 (móguǐ)
Georgiandevil
Gujaratiશેતાન
Hindiशैतान
Hmongdab ntxwg nyoog
Japanese悪魔
Kannadaದೆವ್ವದ
Kazakhшайтан
Khmerអារក្ស
Korean악마 (agma)
Laodevil
Malayalamപിശാച്
Marathiभूत
Mongolianчөтгөр
Myanmar (Burmese)နတ်ဆိုး
Nepaliराक्षस
Sinhalaයක්ෂයා
Tajikшайтон
Tamilசாத்தான்
Teluguడెవిల్
Thaiปีศาจ
Turkishşeytan
Urduشیطان
UzbekIblis
Vietnameseác quỷ
Arabicإبليس ('iiblis)
Hebrewשָׂטָן
Persianشیطان
Afrikaansduiwel
Chichewamdierekezi
Hausashaidan
Igboekwensu
Sesothosatane
SomaliIbliisku
Swahilishetani
YorubaBìlísì
Zuluudeveli
Cebuanoyawa
Filipinosatanas
Indonesiansetan
JavaneseIblis
MalagasyDevoly
Malaysyaitan
Maorirewera
Esperantodiablo
Haitian CreoleSatan
Latindiabolus

In some religions, the devil is a negative spirit or a demonic force who attempts to cause problems and separate people from God. The devil was initially an angel in the heavens called Lucifer in Christianity. Nevertheless, as he was taught to love god, he denied loving human beings, and so he rebelled against heaven. He was vanquished and kicked out of the heavens after a hard fight. Many angels were also kicked out who supported him.

He kept performing terrible things on earth after the Devil was driven out of the heaven. Instead of God he needs people to follow him. He also attempts to manipulate people by making false promises to them. The other angels that had been thrown out of the heavens were called demons. They also became evil spirits. They worship the Demon and support him to do wrong.

The Book of Revelation states that by tossing them into a fire-lake that is burning in hell, God will punish the devil and his demons. In the future this will occur.

Artists depict the Demon pictures showing him to be ugly and cruel. But no one knows how it might appear. Normally, he’s a ghost no one can see, but he’s like a true person to fool people. Many of the Devil’s current images show him as a red person with a head and a pointed nose.

Such characters are independent demons in some sects and customs, and some classify such terms as devils. Even when people think as mere demons certain people still assume, they are under the direct control of the devil.

They did not come from heaven but originated from another universe and caused great suffering in other Hebrew texts. They even gave illnesses. And the ruler is not God but a devil.

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