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Bea

[bee] /bi/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Beatrice.
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  • Accordin' to she, there Bean't enough for the hoosts o' people there be.

    Nell, of Shorne Mills

    Charles Garvice
  • When Jimmy joined the colors first, he knowed that soon he'd Bea non-com.

    With the Colors

    Everard Jack Appleton
  • "Poor fellow, just hear him cough," exclaimed Bea in sympathy.

    Six Girls Fannie Belle Irving
  • "O Kat, you surely have something else besides cakes," cried Bea in dismay.

    Six Girls Fannie Belle Irving
  • "I always have wanted to see Congreve Hall," said Bea, with a little sigh.

    Six Girls Fannie Belle Irving
British Dictionary definitions for Bea

BEA

abbreviation (formerly)
1.
British European Airways
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