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That's a cute nickname for Beatrix/Beatrice.
-- 7up  1/26/2007
Sweet!
-- Luangi  4/8/2007
In the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series by Ann Brashares, one of the main characters is named Bridget Vreeland, but her friends sometimes call her Bee.
-- Anonymous User  7/25/2007
This is Beyonce's nickname.
-- CharlieRob  8/14/2007
It has historically been more popular for boys as a given name, mostly around 1900. Its highest ranking was #587 in 1889.
-- earthnut  8/15/2007
Ah, and this is a name? Really? I thought a bee was an animal.
-- Pippin  3/15/2008
Princess Beatrice of Edinburgh (later of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha) was a granddaughter of Queen Victoria. Her nickname was "Baby Bee."
-- Kate  6/13/2008
Buzz Buzz Buzzzzzzzz.
I perfer the spelling Bea. Either way though, nobody's gunna miss the connection with the animal, but Bea just looks right. Though it makes sense to choose this variant if you're more concerned with people pronouncing it right, and not saying "Bee-ah".
-- not_another_Jessica  11/13/2008
Bees sting! Why would you want to give this as a legal name for your daughter? However, it's fine if it's a nickname for Beatrice or anything else starting with B.
-- bananarama  11/24/2008
Buz Buz Buzzzzzz. It's not a name, it's short for bumblebee.
-- kool_babe14  5/8/2009
I have a friend, who has told me her name a million times. I don't know how to pronounce or spell it so I have her Bee because it starts with a B. She loves it.
-- italiannames  9/20/2009
The spelling "Bee" reminds me of the stinging insect. BZZZZZZ. If you want a nickname pronounced "Bee" it should be "Bea" or just the letter B.
-- I Hate Top Ten  4/19/2013

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