When this card first appeared in the Japanese manga, it was called "デーモン", meaning "Demon". In the next chapter, it was changed to "デーモンの召喚", meaning "Demon's Summon".
In the American Spanish dub, this card was initially known as "Cráneo Invocado" (Summoned Skull), "Esqueleto Luchador" (Fightning Skeleton) and "Calavera del Averno" (Hell's Skull). Later it was officially named "Convoca al Cráneo" (Summons the Skull).
In the Spanish dub, this card was known as "Calavera Invocada", which is an accurate translation.
In the Portuguese dub, this card was known as "Rei Caveira" (Skull King).
In the French dub, this card was known as "Squelette Malfaisant" and means "Wicked Skeleton".
In the Arabic dub, this card was referred to by 7 names:
هيكل الجمجمة = Skull Bodywork
عملاق القرنين = Two-Horned Giant
المفكر المطلوب = Wanted Thinker
نداء العقل = Call of The Mind
العملاق القوي = Strong/Powerful Giant
العملاق الكبير = Large Giant
العملاق المستدعى = Summoned Giant
In the Swedish dub of the anime, this card's name wasn't changed from its English name. However, directly translated it should have been "Framkallad Dödskalle".
In the German dub, this card's name is "Beauftragter der Dämonen", meaning "Delegate of the Demons" when translated.
In the Hungarian dub, this card's name is "Koponyaszörny", which means "Skull Monster".
The official Greek name given (Δύναμη του Κρανίου) translates to "Power of the Skull", a card name offered by the official Greek dub of the anime.
A far more accurate translation of the English name of this card in Greek could be "Κλητευμένο/Καλεσμένο Κρανίο".
The Japanese name of this card (Demon's Summon) can be translated in Greek as "Η Κλήση του Δαίμονα".