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by Micha F. Lindemans
The word "devil" is, in European languages, a corruption of the Greek diabolos, meaning "adversary, prosecutor", which is in turn a translation of the Hebrew Satan. In the plural is was also used in medieval theology to denote Satan's attending spirits.

Also duivel, teufel, diable, etc.

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