- BelleMyra Belle Shirley, 1848–89, U.S. outlaw and folk hero.
- Bryan BartlettBart, born 1934, U.S. football player.
- RingoRichard Starkey, born 1940, English musician, drummer for the Beatles.
- a male or female given name.
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Examples from the Web for bart
Ultimately, all kids see a little bit of Bart in themselves—a scared but bright kid who just needs some encouragement and trust.
Bart gets confused and angry, he gets bullied, he experiences the manic highs and lows that come with being a child.
Everywhere I go I see kids buying Bart t-shirts, Bart books, Bart posters, Bart dolls, Bart masks.
The lesson: with the right motivation and in the right circumstances, Bart was actually pretty clever.
Homer, Marge, Lisa, Bart, and Maggie have all been accidental political players in their nearly three decades on the air.Mr. Simpson Goes to Washington: How Homer Influenced Politics
August 27, 2014
"He's getting stranger than ever," remarked Bart to Ned in a low tone.
"I know," answered Bart, for he had a habit of teasing his sister.
"I guess there's enough in the club treasury for a little spread," said Bart.
"Oh, Ned's always willing to take chances," said Bart Keene.
"Yes, and he said he must have left them on the bank where we ate lunch," responded Bart.
- Lionel . 1930–99, British composer and playwright. His musicals include Oliver (1960)
- (Myra) Belle . 1848–89, US outlaw, a famous rustler of horses and cattle
- Ringo, original name Richard Starkey . born 1940, British rock musician; drummer (1962–70) with the Beatles
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Word Origin and History for bart
abbreviation of baronet. Attested from c.1771.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper