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Popularity Over Time: How Many Girls Have Been Named Bee
This chart illustrates how many Girls were named Bee in the U.S. since 1880.
A few facts about the girl's name Bee:
Records indicate that 16 girls in the United States have been named Bee since 1880.
The greatest number of people were given this name in 1888, when 10 people in the U.S. were given the name Bee. Those people are now 128 years old.
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Comments about the name Bee
Based on the comments submitted below
1 Positive Comment
"My nickname is Bee but my real name is *sigh* Brianna. I love the nckname my papa gave it to me because Im 'busy as a bee'" Jan. 19, 2011:
3 Neutral Comments
"Normally a short form of Beatrice or other girls' names beginning with the letter B- (e.g. Barbara, Bridget) rather than a borrowing of the vocabulary word for the four-winged stinging insect known for producing honey." Jul. 20, 2010:
"It's ironic because someone I knew named Bee died by being stung by 100s of bees..." Apr. 5, 2009:
"My name is Bee. Well, OK, it's my nickname, but like my mother before me, it is the name I plan on using in life. Checks, credit cards, the works.
The thing I like most about my name is the fact that it is unforgetable. :) And it's easy to spell! "B-E-E. Like the bug. Bee." It's that easy. I have only met one other "Bee" with this spelling. She's an elder lady that works in my local Elder Berman, and she's not exactly cheery...
I do get teased sometimes, and I'm asked if it's my real name. No, it's not. And my real name is not Beatrice, either. If it was, I would spell it B-E-A, not B-E-E.
Overall, I think this name suits me, because I am very indiviualistic, and I love to be myself. :) It also ties me to my late grandmother, with whom I was very close. So it's got a lot of ties to it.
~Bee W., Michigan." Apr. 10, 2008:
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