Be·lial /ˈbiliəl, ˈbiljəl/
Be·li·al n. An evil spirit; a wicked and unprincipled person; the personification of evil.
What concord hath Christ with Belia ? --2 Cor. vi. 15.
A son (or man) of Belial, a worthless, wicked, or thoroughly depraved person. --1 Sam. ii. 12.
worthlessness, frequently used in the Old Testament as a proper
name. It is first used in Deut. 13:13. In the New Testament it
is found only in 2 Cor. 6:15, where it is used as a name of
Satan, the personification of all that is evil. It is translated
"wicked" in Deut. 15:9; Ps. 41:8 (R.V. marg.); 101:3; Prov.
6:12, etc. The expression "son" or "man of Belial" means simply
a worthless, lawless person (Judg. 19:22; 20:13; 1 Sam. 1:16;
Belial, wicked, worthless