Other names for Satan include Abaddon, Beelzebub, Evil One, Lucifer and King of Babylon. These names originate from the Bible. For example, Abaddon is cited in Revelation chapter 9, verse 11 and is Hebrew for Satan, it's meaning translates to "destruction."
Other names for Satan have been derived from mythological and cultural references. Names such as Leviathan, Tchort, O-Yama and Yen-lo-Wang are contained on a list of The Infernal Names in "The Satanic Bible." Tchort is the Russian equivalent of devil and it's literal translation is "black god"; O-Yama is Japanese for the lord of death; and Yen-lo-Wang translates from Chinese as the ruler of Hell.