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[bey-luh, bel-uh] /ˈbeɪ lə, ˈbɛl ə/
a male given name.
Hungarian Béla
[bey-lo] /ˈbeɪ lɒ/ (Show IPA)
. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Bela chased him back to his seat, Belabouring his back soundly with a broom-handle.

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  • It must be said that Bela did not get much sympathy from the women.

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  • After a short interval of silence, however, I told him that if Bela's father were to claim her he would have to give her up.

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  • "Down the river they say Bela a very pretty girl," remarked Eelip.

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  • Bela slipped through the other door and came around the house.

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  • Bela, laughing, ran in and seized the stick as he attempted to raise it again.

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  • "You not goin' be here to-morrow night," Bela went on quietly.

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  • Bela finally wrenched the stick from Charley and in her turn raised it.

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Bela in the Bible

a thing swallowed. (1.) A city on the shore of the Dead Sea, not far from Sodom, called also Zoar. It was the only one of the five cities that was spared at Lot's intercession (Gen. 19:20,23). It is first mentioned in Gen. 14:2,8. (2.) The eldest son of Benjamin (Num. 26:38; "Belah," Gen. 46:21). (3.) The son of Beor, and a king of Edom (Gen. 36:32, 33; 1 Chr. 1:43). (4.) A son of Azaz (1 Chr. 5:8).

Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
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