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Meaning of the Name Beat

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The first name Beat is of Latin origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Latin: Diminutive of Beatrice and Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy

Similar Names

Bat | Batt | Beatie | Beatty | Bebti | Beda | Bedad | Bede | Betah | Beth |

Related Names

Anjay  (Hindu)
Unconquerable; Unbeatable
Asareel  (Biblical)
The Beatitude of God
Ashriel  (Biblical)
The Beatitude of God
Bea  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice and Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy
Bea  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Bean  (Scottish)
Life; Anglicized Form of the Gaelic Beathan (Life)
Beata  (Swedish)
Blessed
Beata  (Latin)
One Who Brings Joy
Beata  (Latin)
Happy; Many. This Name Has Rarely Been Found in the English Speaking World After the Th Century
Beata  (Polish)
Blesses
Beate  (Latin)
One Who Brings Joy
Beate  (Latin)
Many
Beate  (Polish)
Blesses
Beatha  (Celtic)
Life
Beathag  (Scottish)
Life, Livelihood; a Feminine Form of Scottish Beathan. Anglicization: Sophia (Wisdom). (Bee-tha)
Beathag  (Hebrew)
To Serve God
Beathan  (Scottish)
Life; Derived from the Gaelic Beatha (Life). The Name is Anglicized As Both Bean and Benjamin
Beathan  (Scottish)
Son of the Righthand
Beathas  (Scottish)
Wise
Beatie  (Gaelic)
Blesses
Beaton  (English)
From the Warrior's Estate
Beatrice  (Latin)
A Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. Famous Bearer: Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise in the 'Divine Comedy', Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari, Dante's Earliest Love
Beatrice  (Latin)
A Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earliest Love
Beatrice  (English)
Blessed, Beautiful, Cheerful; Other Forms are Beatrix,Trixy. Origin: Latin
Beatrice  (Italian)
Blesses
Beatrice  (French)
Bringer of Joy
Beatrice  (Gaelic)
Feminine Form of Beattie: Bringer of Joy; Blesses
Beatrice  (Shakespearean)
'Much Ado About Nothing' Niece to Leonato
Beatricia  (Italian)
Blesses
Beatrisa  (Spanish)
Brings Happiness. Brings Joy
Beatrix  (Italian)
Brings Joy
Beatrix  (Latin)
Bearer of Happiness or Blessing
Beatrix  (English)
Bringer of Joy
Beatrix  (Latin)
Bringer of Joy, Brings Joy. Famous Bearers: Beatrix Was Mentioned in the Domesday Book of Twentieth Century Children's Writer and Illustrator Beatrix Potter Created Peter Rabbit
Beatriz  (Latin)
Bearer of Happiness or Blessing
Beatriz  (Spanish)
Brings Happiness. Brings Joy
Beatriz  (Latin)
Brings Joy
Beattie  (Gaelic)
Bringer of Joy; Blesses
Beattie  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Beattie  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrix: Bringer of Joy, Brings Joy, Happy
Beatty  (Latin)
Bearer of Happiness or Blessing
Beatty  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrix: Bringer of Joy, Brings Joy, Happy
Beatty  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Beatty  (Gaelic)
Blesses
Bee  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice. A Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy
Bee  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Beitris  (Gaelic)
Gaelic Form of Beatrice
Beth  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Bethia: This Hebrew Name Became Popular in Scotland in the Th Century Because of It's Association With the Gaelic 'Beath' Meaning 'Life
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