- the patron deity of music, dancing, and children, represented as a hairy dwarf having a tail and wearing a lion's skin.
- Bachelor of Engineering Science.
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Examples from the Web for bes
You have her make a Brunswick stew an' you'll think she is the bes' cook in the county.Molly Brown's Orchard Home
Bishop Lajeunesse is the bes' man for cause no ot'er man can look him down.The Huntress
"Yes, I kep' up with the bes' of 'em," he said, with a pleased smile.Two Little Confederates
Thomas Nelson Page
He say hit come so unexpeckedly an' all you kin do is make the bes' of it.Stubble
Bes' always for pale-face to trust pale-face, and Injin to trust Injin.Oak Openings
James Fenimore Cooper
- an ancient Egyptian god represented as a grotesque hairy dwarf: the patron of music and pleasure
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