(n.) Term for he whom one aspires to mimic the facial hair of. From the Old English 'beard' and the Latin 'deus' ('god').
'Thomas had been cultivating his facial hair in the hope of it emulating that of his beardeity, Nocerino'
'Alexi Lalas has a beard I aspire for. He is my beardeity'
'I am worshiping at the temple of my beardeity' (see: shaving)
'Her beardeity must be the Hanging Gardens of Babylon!' (again, see: shaving)