noun Be·lial \ˈbē-lē-əl, ˈbēl-yəl\

Definition of BELIAL

—a biblical name of the devil or one of the fiends
:  one of the fallen angels in Milton's Paradise Lost

Origin of BELIAL

Greek, from Hebrew bĕlīyaʽal worthlessness
First Known Use: 13th century


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