Who did the Spanish call the Devil?

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King Phillip II was known as the "Devil of the South". ANSWER I dunno what your talking about, but the spanish for "the devil" is "el diablo," like in the movie Beverly Hills Chiwawa. (Sorry that I spelled it incorrectly!)
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How do you write you are a 'handsome devil' in Spanish?

The literal translation would be "diablo lindo", however you would not use such a phrase in Spanish. "Guapo" is the most common way of referring to a handsome man. Other forms

Why is a Tasmanian devil called a devil?

The Tasmanian devil was given its name primarily because of the unearthly screams and growls it emits when fighting with another Tasmanian devil over food or territory.