Bel

[Dungeons & Dragons] In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game, Bel the pit fiend, is the Arch-Devil currently in charge of Avernus, the First Layer of the Nine Hells of Baator. He is nicknamed "The Pretender" by others of his kin. ==Creative origins== Bel`s name, like many other arch fiends of Baator, is inspired namewise by a rea
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Bel

[n] - a logarithmic unit of sound intensity equal to 10 decibels 2. [n] - (Babylonian) god of the earth
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BEL

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Bel

God of Babylonian and Assyrian mythology. He was known to the Hebrews as Baal, the name signifying `lord` in both languages. ...
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BEL

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Bel

Bel (bĕl) noun The Babylonian name of the god known among the Hebrews as Baal . See Baal . Baruch vi. 41.
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Bel

Bel noun [ Hind., from Sanskrit bilva .] A thorny rutaceous tree ( Ægle marmelos ) of India, and its aromatic, orange-like fruit; -- called also Bengal quince , golden apple , wood apple . The fruit is used medicinally, and the rind yields a perfume and a yellow dye.
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bel

Unit expressing the relative intensity of a sound. The intensity in bels is the logarithm (to the base 10) of the ratio of the power of the sound to that of a reference sound. Ordinarily, the reference sound is assumed to be one with a power of 10-16 watts per sq cm, approximately the threshold of a normal human ear at 1000 Hz. ... Origin: A.G. Bel
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Bel

noun Babylonian god of the earth; one of the supreme triad including Anu and Ea; earlier identified with En-lil
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Bel

noun a logarithmic unit of sound intensity equal to 10 decibels
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bel

(bel) a unit of relative power intensity used for acoustic or electric power; a change of one bel is a tenfold power increase and approximately doubles loudness of most sounds. See also decibel.
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Bel

• (n.) The Babylonian name of the god known among the Hebrews as Baal. See Baal. • (n.) A thorny rutaceous tree (Aegle marmelos) of India, and its aromatic, orange-like fruit; -- called also Bengal quince, golden apple, wood apple. The fruit is used medicinally, and the rind yields a perfume and a yellow dye.
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Bel

(from the article `Palmyra`) The principal deity of the Aramaeans of Palmyra was Bol (probably an equivalent to Baal). Bol soon became known as Bel by assimilation to the ...
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bel

(from the article `sound intensity`) ...of one sound can be compared to that of another of the same frequency by taking the ratio of their powers. When this ratio is 10, the difference ...
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Bel

Bel is a Hindu girl name. The meaning of the name is `Sacred Wood, Apple Tree` Alternative meanings (Celtic) Bright The name Bel doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Bel seems to be unique!
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bel

Type: Term Pronunciation: bel Definitions: 1. Unit expressing the relative intensity of a sound. The intensity in bels is the logarithm (to the base 10) of the ratio of the power of the sound to that of a reference sound. Ordinarily, the reference sound is assumed to be one with a power of 10−16 watts per sq cm, approximately the threshold of
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Bel

[mythology] Bel (l; from Akkadian bēlu), signifying "lord" or "master", is a title rather than a genuine name, applied to various gods in Babylonian religion. The feminine form is Belit `Lady, Mistress`. Bel is represented in Greek as Belos and in Latin as Belus. Linguistically Bel is an East Semitic form cognate with Northwest Semitic Ba
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Bel

Bel can mean: ==Mythology== ==People== ==Fictional characters== ==Places== ==Languages== ==Other uses== ...
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bel

a unit used to express the ratio of two powers by the decimal logarithm of this ratio NOTE 1 - The bel may also be used to express the ratio of two field quantities. To obtain the same numerical value as for the corresponding power ratio, the logarithm of the field quantity ratio is multiplied by the factor 2, assuming that the impedances are equal
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bel

unit of level of a quantity proportional to power when the base of the logarithm is ten. Also, the unit of level of a field quantity when the base of the logarithm is the square root of ten NOTE - Examples of power-like quantities are sound power and sound energy. Examples of field quantities are sound pressure and voltage.
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Bel

Bel (bāl, bel) , deity of the Middle Eastern religions. The name is a cognate of that of Baal. For Bel in the Bible, see Bel and the Dragon.
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Bel

Bel (Belenos) was the Celtic god of light.
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Bel

In Sumerian mythology, Bel is the cleverest of the clever and sage of the gods, he is the child of Ea and Dumkina.
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Bel

stock type Brighton Belle
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Bel

This is the unit used to measure the magnitudes of power. 1 Bel is equal to 10 decibels (dB).
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