Baal is the name of a Canaanite pagan deity.
Numbers 22:41, Judges 2:13, 6:25 - 32, 1Kings 16:31 - 32, 18:19 - 40, etc.
Baalah is the name of a mountain on the tribe of Judah's northern border. It is also another name for the city of Kirjath-jearim (Kiriath-jearim).
Joshua 15:9 - 11, 29, 1Chronicles 13:6
Baalath was a city within the tribe of Dan's inheritance in Canaan.
Joshua 19:44, 1Kings 9:18, 2Chronicles 8:6
Mistress of the well
Baalathbeer was a city within the land inheritance given to the tribe of Simeon.
Lord (Baal) of the covenant
Baalberith is also referenced as Berith (meaning covenant, Strong's #H1286) in Judges 9:46. It is the name of a Canaanite pagan deity.
Judges 8:33, 9:4
Lord (Baal) of fortune
Baalgad was a city located near Mount Hermon known for worshipping Baal.
Joshua 11:17, 12:7, 13:5
Lord possesor of abundance, possessor of a multitude
Baalhamon was the location of King Solomon's vineyard.
Songs of Solomon 8:11
Possessor (Lord) of a village
Baalhazor is where King David's son Absalom held a celebration in order to draw his brother Amnon away from Jerusalem. The purpose of the celebration was to give Absalom an opportunity to kill his brother.
Lord of destruction, possessor of Hermon
Baalhermon is the name of a mountain located within the territory given to the tribe of Manasseh. This mount, located near Mount Hermon, was one of the main locations for worshipping the pagan God Baal.
Judges 3:3, 1Chronicles 5:23
Baalim is the Hebrew plural of Baal.
Judges 2:11, 3:7, 8:33, 10:6, 10, 1Samuel 7:4, 12:10, 1Kings 18:18, etc.
In exultation, Lord of the banner
Baalis was the king of the Ammonites during the time of Jeremiah the prophet.
Lord (Baal) of the habitation
Baalmeon was a city within the tribe of Reuben's territory.
Numbers 32:38, 1Chronicles 5:8, Ezekiel 25:9
Lord of the gap
Pagan Moabite deity worshipped by the ancient Israelites.
Numbers 25:3, 5, Deuteronomy 4:3, Psalm 106:28, Hosea 9:10
Lord of the breaks, possessor of breaches
Baalperazim is likely the same location as Mount Perazim mentioned in Isaiah 28:21. Baalperazim is where David, after being accepted as king by all of Israel's tribes, experienced his first military victory over the Philistines.
2Samuel 5:20, 1Chronicles 14:11, Isaiah 28:21
Baal of Shalishah, thrice-great Lord
Baalshalisha was a city within Ephraim's territory in Israel.
Lord of the palms, possessor of the palm tre
Baaltamar was a city near Gibeah where eleven of Israel's tribes slaughtered the tribe of Benjamin for its sin of knowingly harboring a gang of murderers.
Lord of the north, Baal of winter
Location near the Red Sea where the Egyptian army was miraculously destroyed by God when they pursued the fleeing Israelites.
Exodus 14:2, 9, Numbers 33:7
2Samuel 4, 23:29, 1Kings 4:16, 1Chronicles 11:30, Ezra 2:2, Nehemiah 7:7, 10:27
Wicked, to stink, offensiveness
Baasha, the third king over the Kingdom of Israel (the northern ten tribes), ruled from 908 to 886 B.C. He ascended to the throne after murdering Israel's second monarch named Nadab. His bloody reign, during which he killed all those of the royal household (1Kings 15:27 - 29), was ultimately halted by God.
1Kings 15 - 16, 21:22, 2Kings 9:9, 2Chronicles 16, Jeremiah 41:9