Baal (disambiguation)

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Baal is a Semitic term for "Lord" or "owner".

Baal may also refer to:


  • Baal (demon), a Christian demon, loosely identified with the Canaanite god
  • Baal Peor, a Canaanite deity
    • Belphegor ("Lord of the Gap"), a demon in Christian demonology
  • Baal-Berith and El-Berith, gods of a Canaanite city
    • Baal-berith ("Lord of the Covenant"), a god, viewed as demon in Christian demonology
  • Beelzebub (Baalzebul, "Lord of the manor"; Baalzebub, Beelzebuth, "Lord of the (heavenly) dwelling" or "Lord of the Flies"), identified with the Devil
  • Hadad, a Canaanite deity commonly known as Baal or Ba'lu



  • Baal I, an ancient king of Tyre
  • Baal Shem Tov or Besht, a Jewish mystical rabbi
  • Baal HaTanya or Shneur Zalman of Liadi (1745–1812), an Orthodox Rabbi
  • Adam Muraszko (born Adam Potyka, stage name Baal), a Czech/Polish heavy metal musician

In fiction, drama, etc.[edit]


In games[edit]

  • Bhaal, a fictional deity in the Dungeons & Dragons: Forgotten Realms novels and games
  • Baal (video game), a 1988 computer game for the Amiga
  • Baal, a fictional planet in the Warhammer 40,000 series
  • General Baal, antagonist character of the video game Grandia
  • Baal, legendary Overlord in the Disgaea series of games

Other uses[edit]

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