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Becky

[bek-ee] /ˈbɛk i/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Rebecca.
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  • We had long since ceased to think of Mammy Becky—she was never Rebecca—as property.

  • Mrs. Becky Blount, the other customer, elevated the tip of a long nose.

    Galusha the Magnificent Joseph C. Lincoln
  • I turned, and there was Becky Huckleberries, Lonesome's daughter.

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  • When we got where the critter's legs touched bottom, Becky remarks: "Whoa!"

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  • Becky, she counted the cash and stowed it away in her apron pocket.

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