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It is pronounced bit-yah / beet-yah in Hebrew.
Miss Claire  1/15/2005
I pronounce it Bith-ee-uh.
YMPvt  4/7/2007
She was not only a daughter of pharaoh but the one who pulled Moses from the water.
YMPvt  4/7/2007
I love this name. It's rare, but not unpronouncable, and while it's in the Bible, it's not plain, nor does it scream "My parents are religious fanatics!". I think it's beautiful-- and the fact that it's an Ancient Egyptian princess's name makes it even better. :)
Lady Seashell  9/8/2008
I don't like it because whenever I hear it, I start thinking 'Terabithia.' It's like naming someone Narnia.
― Anonymous User  7/20/2010
I really like this name! At first I thought it was pronounced BITH-ee-ə, though. I am seriously considering this to be a middle name for one of my future daughters.
Meapergirl  7/30/2011
In Islamic tradition "Bithiah" is known as "Asiya" (and "Pharoah" is known as "Fir'awn"). She is known as the Pharaoh's wife, not daughter, in the Qur'an.
― Anonymous User  9/24/2014
Terra Bithiah would make a hilarious name for a girl, ha ha. In all seriousness though, I think it's a gorgeous name, and would love to give it to a character.
RoseTintsMyWorld  5/10/2016
My name is Bethia, a variant I believe of Bithiah as well as the Scottish Beathag, pronounced beth-EYE-ah (and sometimes beth-EE-ah).
orchid_forest  3/21/2017
Although I am an atheist, I love the sound of Bithiah. It is uncommon and very sweet. I would not name a child Bithiah, but it's a nice choice.
XironDarkstar  3/5/2018

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