a way of measuring general power, thought as log10(P 1/P 2), in which P1 and P2 would be the measured and guide energy respectively. See additionally decibel.
The Babylonian title associated with god known among the Hebrews as Baal. See Baal.
A thorny rutaceous tree (Ægle marmelos) of India, and its particular fragrant, orange-like good fresh fruit; -- labeled as in addition Bengal quince, fantastic apple, wood apple. The fresh fruit can be used medicinally, together with skin yields a perfume and a yellow dye.
a unit of sound intensity add up to ten decibels.
Same as Belus.
The East Indian title of this Bengal quince-tree, Ægle Marmelos. See Ægle, 1.
A simplified spelling of bell.
Babylonian god associated with the planet; one of many supreme triad including Anu and Ea; earlier in the day identified with En-lil
a logarithmic product of sound strength equal to 10 decibels
[Lit. fair, good, as in beausire, fair sir, beaupere, good-father, utilized in F. and ME. to point indirect or followed secondary commitment; therefore in mod. F. beau- as a formative in relation-names, ‘step-’, ‘-in-law’; ME. bel-, ‘grand-’, as in beldame, grandmother, belsire, grandfather, additionally with solely E. brands, belmoder, belfader, and soon after belchild. Cf. Sc. and North. E. goodmother, goodfather, etc., mother-in-law, father-in-law, etc.] Grand-: a formative in relation-names, as belsire, grandfather, beldam, grandmother, etc. See etymology.