شیطان

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Ottoman Turkish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic شَيْطَان (šayṭān), from verb شَيَّطَ (šayyaṭa) to scorch.

Adjective[edit]

شیطان (şeytân)

  1. devilish
  2. cunning
  3. mischievous

Noun[edit]

شیطان (şeytân)

  1. devil

Proper noun[edit]

شیطان (şeytân)

  1. Satan

Persian[edit]

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Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Arabic شَيْطَان (šayṭān), possibly from the verb شَيَّطَ (šayyaṭa, to scorch). Compare Classical Syriac ܣܛܢܐ (sāṭānā), Hebrew שָׂטָן (śāṭān), Ge'ez ሠይጣን (śäyṭan), Ge'ez ሰይጣን (säyṭan).

Pronunciation[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

شیطان (šaytân)

  1. Satan; the Devil

Noun[edit]

شیطان (šaytân) (plural شیطان‌ها (šaytân-hâ) or شیاطین (šayâtin))

  1. devil

Related terms[edit]

Adjective[edit]

شیطان (šaytân)

  1. naughty
  2. devilish
  3. mischievous

Urdu[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Persian, from Arabic شَيْطَان (šayṭān), from verb شَيَّطَ (šayyaṭa) to scorch.

Noun[edit]

شیطان (śaitānm (Hindi spelling शैतान)

  1. devil
  2. firebrand

Proper noun[edit]

شیطان (śaitānm (Hindi spelling शैतान)

  1. Satan