Definitions for "Baal"
The supreme male divinity of the Phoenician and Canaanitish nations.
The whole class of divinities to whom the name Baal was applied.
(BA-ahl) n. Master; owner; husband; lord; possessor, “Baal.” The Ugaritic term has the double use of master and the name of a deity. The root in most semitic languages means either "lord" or, when followed by a genitive, "owner." In addition to ba'al as the owner of things, the noun in the plural (ba'alim) is used for citizens of a city (Josh 24:11).
Baal is Bertolt Brecht's first full-length play. Set in Berlin's demimonde, it concerns a wastrel youth who is involved in several sexual affairs and at least one murder. Brecht wrote Baal before he had developed the self-conscious alienation effects, or Verfremdungseffekt, that would mark his later work.
Baal was an EP by David Bowie, comprising recordings of songs written for Bertolt Brecht’s play Baal. It is sometimes referred to as David Bowie in Bertolt Brecht’s Baal, as credited on the sleeve.
Baal is one of Psygnosis's less-popular titles, which featured the player as a "Time Warrior" sent into the recesses of hell to recover pieces of "The War Machine" which has been stolen by the evil minion, Baal.
Baal is a fictional character from a comic book by Marvel Comics. He was the leader of the Sandstormers who found Apocalypse as a baby and raised him.
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