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  • Baell — Baal, Kupferstich. Frankreich 1863 Baal (hebr. בעל = Herr, Meister, Besitzer, Ehemann, König oder Gott) ist im Christentum ein Dämon. Ursprünglich bezeichnete Baal einen in Syrien verehrten kanaanäischen Wetter und Fruchtbarkeitsgott, siehe Baal… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Baal — Ba al (pronounced: IPA| [baʕal] ; Hebrew: בעל) (ordinarily spelled Baal in English) is a Northwest Semitic title and honorific meaning master or lord that is used for various gods who were patrons of cities in the Levant, cognate to Assyrian Bēlu …   Wikipedia

  • Baal (demon) — This is a page on demonology; for the god Ba al or information on the name see Baal (disambiguation).Baal (sometimes spelled Bael, Baël (French), Baell)is a Judeo Christian demon. His name also refers to various gods and goddesses who are not… …   Wikipedia

  • American University of Sharjah — Infobox University name = American University of Sharjah image size = 120px motto = established = 1997 type = Private endowment = chancellor = Dr.Peter Heath undergrad = 4,870 postgrad = 310 alumni = 2,949 faculty = 337 staff = 435 city = Sharjah …   Wikipedia

  • Baalberith — was a Canaanite Lord of the Covenant, who later became a demon in Christian demonology.Baalberith in demonologyBaalberith was the chief secretary of Hell, head of its public archives, and the demon who tempted men to blasphemy and murder. When… …   Wikipedia

  • Baal (Dämon) — Baal, Kupferstich. Frankreich 1863 Baal (hebr. בעל = Herr, Meister, Besitzer, Ehemann, König oder Gott) ist im Christentum ein Dämon. Ursprünglich bezeichnete Baal einen in Syrien verehrten kanaanäischen Wetter und Fruchtbarkeitsgott, siehe Baal… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Baël — Baal, Kupferstich. Frankreich 1863 Baal (hebr. בעל = Herr, Meister, Besitzer, Ehemann, König oder Gott) ist im Christentum ein Dämon. Ursprünglich bezeichnete Baal einen in Syrien verehrten kanaanäischen Wetter und Fruchtbarkeitsgott, siehe Baal… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ballingal — This unusual and interesting surname is of Scottish origin and is a locational name from the lands of Ballingal in the parish of Orwell, Kinross shire. The derivation may be from the Old English pre 7th Century personal name Baell , or the Old… …   Surnames reference

  • Ballinghall — This unusual and interesting surname is of Scottish origin and is a locational name from the lands of Ballingal in the parish of Orwell, Kinross shire. The derivation may be from the Old English pre 7th Century personal name Baell , or the Old… …   Surnames reference

  • Baal — (Bael, Baell)    An agricultural and fertility deity of Canaan turned into a FALLEN ANGEL and a DEMON. Many minor deities of ancient Syria and Persia carried the name Baal, which means “the lord.” The greatest Baal was the son of El, the High God …   Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology

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