Beal



a god of the ancient Celts, a personification of the sun.
Historical Examples

“We shall stop to-morrow at Moville, the port of Londonderry,” said Mr. Beal.
ZigZag Journeys in Northern Lands; Hezekiah Butterworth

Le bel appears not only as Bell but also, through Picard, as Beal.
The Romance of Names Ernest Weekley

We discovered a wagon road, which proved to be the one laid out by Captain Beal.
Jacob Hamblin: A Narrative of His Personal Experience James A. Little

Why did Mr. Beal, the lawyer, not appear at the consultation?
The Hoosier School-boy Edward Eggleston

THE narrative of travel and history was continued by Mr. Beal.
ZigZag Journeys in Northern Lands; Hezekiah Butterworth

She was on the same street she had found upon her arrival in the city—Beal street.
The Forged Note Oscar Micheaux

He drew in his breath as he turned helplessly over the pages of Beal and Stanislas Julien. ”
Kim Rudyard Kipling

But Mr. Beal shrunk back and raised his moist, white hands in protest.
The Gateless Barrier Lucas Malet

So he smiled again genially enough upon the distracted Beal.
The Gateless Barrier Lucas Malet

Some years ago Professor Beal made a test of this difference.
Scientific American Supplement, No. 633, February 18, 1888 Various

n.

“mouth of a river or valley,” 1818 (in Scott), from Gaelic beul “mouth.”

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