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How to pronounce Beatrice béa-tri-ce What does my name mean?
Meanings: Blessed Bringer of Joy Voyager through Life She who Blesses Italian form of Beatrix (meaning: the Auspicious). Known by Beatrice in Dante's "Divine Comedy." Namesake: Beatrice, British princess.
Comes from the Latin "Beatus" Means: "happy" If Day February 13th.. Béatrice horror of idleness, asBéatriceare relentless workers. Béatrice thrive in work. Béatrice are strong women who have a lot of character. Generous, dedicated,Béatricenever refuse a service. Proud, sure of themselves independent,Béatriceare activists of the feminist cause.
Full form of Béatrice : Bashful Adventuresome Theatrical Refined Individualistic Clean-Cut Efficient
Expression number of Beatrice is 9.
Beatrice are idealistic who embrace the principles of compassion and forgiveness. Beatrice are visionary who is wiling to make a better world and have the ability to influence masses. Beatrice are also creative and imaginative that gives them an artistic talent.
Names that rhyme with Beatrice Famous people named Beatrice
Enny Beatrice in Perawan disarang sindikat as Actress
Beatrice Curtis in Souls in Pawn as Actress
Beatrice Maude in Invasion of the Body Snatchers as Actress
Beatrice De Alba in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire as Make-Up Department
Beatrice Pearson in Lost Boundaries as Actress
Beatrice Bush in The Patriot as Actress
Beatrice Sisul in Casino as Editorial Department
Beatrice Buchholz in Horst Buchholz... mein Papa as
Béatrice Chatelier in Les sous-doués en vacances as Actress
Beatrice Zeilanger in Better Than Chocolate as ActressNames like Beatrice Beatrice Namesakes Related Names: Bea Beac Beach Beacher Beachy Beada Beadda Beadie Beadohild Beadu Beaduburg Beadumund Beadured Beaduric Beadutun Beadwheard Beaga Beage Beagga Beagmund Comments :Nick Moench Beatrice is a female first name. The name comes from the Occitan, but primarily on the Italian spread. Meanwhile, there is also the neo-Latin formation Beatrix. The name means "the Blessed Mach end". The French form is Béatrice. The Spanish and Portuguese form of the name is Beatriz. The popularity of the name goes on a character from the works of the Italian poet Dante Alighieri back: In Vita Nuova he first reported from a prematurely deceased Beatrice (see Beatrice Portinari ), whom he had met as a young woman in Florence. Later Beatrice emerges then as the leader of the narrator at the end of purgatory and paradise in Dante's Divine.
Versions in other languages of the name are Basque : Batirtze, Catalan : Beatriu, French : Béatrice, Galician : Beatriz, Hypocorism: Beta, Welsh : Betrys, English : Beatrice, Beatrix.
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