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Satana

Satana may refer to:

  • " Satana" is a word in Sinhala language which is used in Sri Lanka. The meaning of it is Battle. There is a very famous political programme in Sri Lanka known as "SATANA" which is currently running in Sirasa TV Sri Lanka.
  • Satana, name for the Devil in various languages, variation of Satan
  • Satana (Marvel Comics), a fictional character in Marvel Comics
  • Satana, India, a town in Nashik district, Maharashtra, India
  • Satanaya, aka Satana, a mythological figure
  • Tura Satana (born 1935), Japanese-American actress
  • Tura Satana (band), a rock band named after the actress
  • Vade retro satana, a medieval Catholic formula for exorcism
  • Satan Triumphant (film), aka Satana likuyushchiy, a 1917 Russian silent film
  • Satana, a fictional character in the Italian horror-western comic Djustine

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