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See also: bel, BEL, bél, bèl, bël, bel-, and

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Etymology 1Edit

From Latin Belus, from Ancient Greek Βηλος (Bēlos), ultimately from Akkadian 𒂗 (Bēlu).

Proper nounEdit

Bel

  1. A Babylonian deity, corresponding to the Semitic Baal.
  2. (Armenian mythology) An evil giant who ruled Babylon prior to his defeat by the Armenian culture hero Hayk.
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Etymology 2Edit

Short form of Isabel; a variant of Belle and Bell.

Proper nounEdit

Bel

  1. A female given name.

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