noun, plural Ba·al·im [bey-uh-lim, bey-lim] /ˈbeɪ ə lɪm, ˈbeɪ lɪm/.
Origin of Baal
Examples from the Web for baalim
When Baalim was left in charge of Dr Tom's sanctum no man dare enter it.Settling Day|Nat Gould
We have sinned against Thee even because we have forsaken our God and have served the Baalim.Judges and Ruth|Robert A. Watson
Baalim, a general name for all the Syrian gods, as Ash´taroth was for the goddesses.Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama, Vol 1|The Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D.
It was because Ahab and his subjects worshiped a false God (Baalim).The Bible Of Bibles;|Kersey Graves
But the lords indicated were Baalim who were Lords of the Sun.The Lords of the Ghostland|Edgar Saltus
Word Origin for Baal
"The name of many deities of the Semitic peoples" [Klein], late 14c., Biblical use is from Hebrew Ba'al, literally "owner, master, lord," from ba'al "he took possession of," also "he married;" related to Akkadian Belu (source of Hebrew Bel), name of Marduk. Also related to the first element in Beelzebub. Used figuratively for any "false god."