O God, defend the deceased from Shaitan (devil) and from the torments of the grave.
Bid them pause, or I'll blow you all straight into the arms of Shaitan.
It is a belief of the Kalmucks that this gloomy spot is inhabited by Shaitan, and they regard it with superstitious dread.
They sent me to beg you fairly to put up your little Shaitan again.
When the enemy switched his searchlights off Shaitan hauled out too.
Shaitan whined at the door, and the Gadfly rose to let him in.
Yes, Protector of the Poor, the Shaitan (devil) killed two men of this village on this very road by which I come each night.
As soon would they let loose in the world Shaitan and all the Jins.
She must have got a charm from the Shaitan himself, to make herself remarked.'
Yet Shaitan had had her little crumb of comfort ere the end.