BESI'DES, preposition Over and above; separate or distinct from.
And there was a famine in the land, besides the first famine. Genesis 26:1.
Note. This word, though radically the same as beside, and a corruption of it, ought not to be confounded with it, for it is never used in the senses explained under beside, except in the second.
BESI'DES, adverb Moreover; more than that; over and above; distinct from; not included in the number, or in what has been mentioned.
Besides, you know not what is the fate of your friend.
The men said to Lot, hast thou here any besides:Ben.19.
To all beside, as much an empty shade.
An Eugene living, as a Caesar dead.
These sentences may be considered as elliptical.