The difference between Devil and Satan

When used as nouns, devil means an evil creature, whereas satan means ..

Devil is also verb with the meaning: to make like a devil.

check bellow for the other definitions of Devil and Satan

  1. Devil as a noun (theology):

    An evil creature.

  2. Devil as a noun (theology):

    (the devil or the Devil) The chief devil; Satan.

  3. Devil as a noun:

    The bad part of the conscience; the opposite to the angel.


    "The devil in me wants to let him suffer."

  4. Devil as a noun:

    A wicked or naughty person, or one who harbors reckless, spirited energy, especially in a mischievous way; usually said of a young child.


    "Those two kids are devils in a toy store."

  5. Devil as a noun:

    A thing that is awkward or difficult to understand or do.


    "That math problem was a devil."

  6. Devil as a noun ([[euphemistically]], with an [[article]], as an [[intensifier]]):



    "What in the devil is that?'' ''What the devil is that?"

    "She is having a devil of a time fixing it."

    "You can go to the devil for all I care."

  7. Devil as a noun:

    A person, especially a man; used to express a particular opinion of him, usually in the phrases poor devil and lucky devil.

  8. Devil as a noun:

    A dust devil.

  9. Devil as a noun (religion, [[Christian Science]]):

    An evil or erring entity.

  10. Devil as a noun (dialectal, in compounds):

    A barren, unproductive and unused area.


    "m devil strip"

  11. Devil as a noun (cookery):

    A dish, as a bone with the meat, broiled and excessively peppered; a grill with Cayenne pepper.

  12. Devil as a noun:

    A machine for tearing or cutting rags, cotton, etc.

  13. Devil as a noun:

    A Tasmanian devil.

  14. Devil as a noun (cycling, slang):

    An endurance event where riders who fall behind are periodically eliminated.

  1. Devil as a verb:

    To make like a devil; to invest with the character of a devil.

  2. Devil as a verb:

    To annoy or bother; to bedevil.

  3. Devil as a verb:

    To work as a ‘devil'; to work for a lawyer or writer without fee or recognition.

  4. Devil as a verb:

    To grill with cayenne pepper; to season highly in cooking, as with pepper.

  5. Devil as a verb:

    To finely grind cooked ham or other meat with spices and condiments.

  6. Devil as a verb:

    To prepare a sidedish of shelled halved boiled eggs to whose extracted yolks are added condiments and spices, which mixture then is placed into the halved whites to be served.

  1. Satan as a noun:


  1. Satan as a noun: