Any of various celestial beings functioning as accuser or critic of humanity.
The great enemy of humankind and of goodness; the Devil: usually identified with Lucifer, the chief of the fallen angels.
In Abrahamic religions, a powerful spiritual being, the tempter and persecutor of humanity, sometimes considered as an angel who rebelled against God and became the Devil.
Satan is the Devil.
Lucifer is an example of Satan.
Alternative form of Satan (especially in the sense "a demon follower of Satan; a fallen angel").
(Security Administrator Tool for Analyzing Networks) A utility that analyzes security vulnerabilities on the Internet. In April 1995, it was placed onto the Net as freeware by computer security specialist Dan Farmer. For more information, visit www.porcupine.org/satan.
(religion, Theistic Satanism) The same figure, regarded as a deity to be revered and worshipped.
I have revered Satan ever since I became a Satanist.
Origin of satan
Middle English from Old English from Late Latin Satān from Greek Satanas, Satān from Hebrew śāṭān devil, adversary from śāṭan to accuse, act as adversary śṭn in Semitic roots