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Who is Baalis?
Baalis is the name given in the Book of Jeremiah for the king of Ammon. He instigated the murder of Gedaliah, the Babylonian-appointed Jewish governor of Jerusalem.
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Baalis is a compound of Baal and Isis, either as a double name asserting the identity of the two, or with the meaning 'Spouse of Isis,' Isisgemahl. But Gratz explains Baalis as coy-jā 'son of delight” (Orf. Heb. Lear.). The reading down Baalim, ...
by Hastings, James
BAALIS.—King of Ammon in time of Gedaliah (Jer. 40: 14).
A new general English dictionary; to which is prefixed a compendious English grammar, begun by T. Dyche and finish'd by W. Pardon (1771)
by Thomas Dyche, William Pardon
Baal-Beritb Baal-Cad Baal-Hanan Baal-Hazor Baal-Hcrmon Eaalim Baalis Baal-Meon Baal Pt'or Baal-Petazim Baal-Shaliflia Baal-Tamar Baalis Baalzephon Baana Baanath Basra Baaras or Baaris Baaseiah Baafha Babas Babel or Babylon ...
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Scrabble value of B3A1A1L1I1S1
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