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More than 99.9 percent of people with the first name Beatriz are female.
Also Catalan and Galician.
― Anonymous User  6/5/2017
My name is Beatriz and it is NOT an old lady name. I don't know why people think that. I've seen many babies that have the name Beatriz.
― Anonymous User  10/24/2016
The meaning of Beatriz is: that who brings joy.
missindependentb  7/7/2014
The name Beatriz was given to 118 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/17/2013
Beatriz (1347-1381) was the daughter of King Pedro I of Portugal and his second wife Ines.
CarolinW  7/22/2012
Beatriz (1530-1530) was the daughter of King Joao III of Portugal and his wife Katharina of Austria.
CarolinW  6/17/2012
Beatriz (1504-1538) was the daughter of King Manoel I of Portugal and his second wife Maria. She later married the Duke of Savoy.
CarolinW  6/17/2012
Beatriz of Portugal (1372-1408), only daughter of King Fernando I of Portugal and his wife Leonor Telles.
CarolinW  6/7/2012
My name is Beatriz and it's a very common name for young girls here in Brazil. I'm 16 and there are 3 Beatriz in my class (out of 36).
Bia is my nickname and it's almost like if it was my name because everybody calls me that way!
Everybody says great things about my name and I love it!
BeaG  7/16/2010
"Beatriz" is also pronounced "bee-ah-treesh" in Portuguese.
Joanamimisa  10/24/2008
Beatriz daCosta (aka: Fire) is a DC character from Justice League.
BlackMartian923  10/6/2008
It's actually pronounced bee-a-TREEZH in Portuguese, a common nickname is Bia (BEE-a). Extremely popular for girls under 12, every other baby is named this. Before, it used to be an old lady's name, but not so much anymore. I have a friend named this (she's 18) and she's less than happy at seeing so many little Beatrizes, since she was the only one in the whole school when we were in elementary.
mellon.collie  3/1/2008
Somehow, this sounds like an old lady name. I can't picture a little girl in a store with the mom yelling Beatriz. It just doesn't seem right.
flipflops5  3/4/2007
Portuguese: BEE-u-trizh.
Aki  7/7/2006
The emphasis is on the last syllable, not the second. Here's how it works: in Spanish, as a rule, the accent is on the second-to-last syllable. If the word ends with a consonant other than S or N, it's on the last syllable. (These rules don't apply if a word contains a written accent.) [noted -ed]
Phoenix Flower  10/7/2005
A famous bearer is Ana Beatriz Barros, a model who hails from Itabria, Brazil.
Maree  7/31/2005

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