Name Bet - meaning, origin, popularity 

Bet name meaning

Gender: Girl
Origin: Hebrew and Latin
Usage: English, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Bet bet
Meaning: House, God's Promise and God is My Oath
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What does Bet mean?

Used mostly in Norwegian, Swedish, English and Danish, Bet means "House, God's Promise or God is My Oath" and is aimed at girls has its origin in Latin and Hebrew. Bet is variant of Bethania. Bethania is resultant of Bethany. Bethania is equivalent of The Hebrew Place Name בֵּית־תְּאֵנָה Meaning House of the Figs Or House of the Poor in Greek and Latin languages. Bet is a variation of Petula. Origin of Petula is in Latin is notably used in English, meaning of Petula is "Pertness and Skipped". Bet is a variation of darling and venerable Bette. Bette is form of trendy, ceaseless and biblical Betty. Also Bette is variation of acclaimed Bet. Bette is also form of vintage Berte. Bette is short form of ElizabethElizabeth. Hebrew name Bette, meaning of Bette is "My God is Perfect and Form of Elizabeth".

How do I pronounce Bet?

One syllabled Bet is pronounced as bet.

Variants of Bet

Beta, Bette, Petula, Bethania, Betty, Berte, Bettelou, Pet, Bethan, Babba, Gitta, Bene

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How popular is the name Bet?

Bet is a popular baby name in Ethiopia where every 1 in 5000 have the name. At least, 20000 people globally have been given the name as per our evaluation.

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What numbers say about Bet?

You love to travel but lack the money at the moment. Helping people, protecting nature and animals are your main preoccupation. If number 5 is your soul urge no it reveals your constant care of your soul and body. The soul is more important to you than your body. You are soft as cotton on the inside but hard as candy on the outside. Office work drives you crazy. This is why you prefer freelance work.

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Famous people named Bet

  • Beth Marshall in Cassadaga as Actress
  • Betsy King Ross in The Phantom Empire as Actress
  • Bettina Oberli in Tannöd as Director
  • Betty Walker in Exodus as Actress

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