- a female given name, form of Rebecca.
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Contemporary Examples of becky
Becky Haskins, a Republican who served with Wendy Davis on the Fort Worth City Council, blasted the sexist attacks.The Right Subjects Wendy Davis to Litmus Tests No Male Would Ever Face
January 24, 2014
“All I could say was hello,” she later tells Becky, repeating a classic line in An Affair to Remember.The 20th Anniversary of Nora Ephron’s ‘Sleepless in Seattle’: Best Moments
June 26, 2013
One teenaged girl named Becky Ktuznik said “there are a lot of fights.”Alleged Killer in Wisconsin ‘Domestic Terrorism’ Was Not Local, Residents Say
August 6, 2012
His wife, Rosemary Hernandez, and his daughter, Becky Hernandez, sat in the hallway outside the courtroom.Etan Patz: Painfully Obvious Evidence
May 26, 2012
She had Vanessa, now 20, then Becky, 17, and finally, Taina, 9, who has Down syndrome.Obesity and Diabetes Afflict a New Jersey Family Fighting to Stay Fit
May 7, 2012
Historical Examples of becky
We had long since ceased to think of Mammy Becky—she was never Rebecca—as property.Southern Lights and Shadows
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.
When we got where the critter's legs touched bottom, Becky remarks: "Whoa!"
Becky, she counted the cash and stowed it away in her apron pocket.