Beelzebub /bɪˈɛlzɪbʌb/

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I. a name for the Devil.
– origin from late Latin Beëlzebub, translating Hebrew ba‘al zĕḇūḇ ‘lord of flies’, the name of a Philistine god (2 Kings 1:2), and Greek Beelzeboul ‘the Devil’ (Matt. 12:24).

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