A Babylonian deity, corresponding to the Semitic Baal. (proper-noun)
evil giant ruler of Babylon, defeated by Hayk (proper-noun)
A female given name. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Bel
A peculiar feature of his history is the fact that the title Bel, 'lord' (which is the Semitic equivalent of the non-Semitic Enlil), clung to him in a peculiar way and practically ousted the original name.
The principal of these, which they called Bel-lohk-na-pick (the bull dance), to the strict observance of which they attributed the coming of buffaloes to supply them with food, was one of an exceedingly grotesque and amusing character, and was danced four times on the first day, eight times on the second day, twelve times on the third day, and sixteen times on the fourth day, and always around the "Big Canoe," of which I have already spoken.
A handful of Republican operatives, enraged at Bill Clinton's unprecedented economic growth and budget surpluses, found a woman named Paula Jones, which led to a woman named Monica Lewinsky, which gave me enough material to eventually be able to buy a big house in Bel-Air.
"In general, the fees we come up with are fantasy numbers," says Dr. Karl Spector, a highly rated internist in Bel Air, Md.
An hour ago I was in Bel Aire, driving by the $300k a month home where Michael Jackson died, now, I'm seeing cardboard boxes and urine smell.