Also Provençal: --- Source: Institut d'Estudis Occitans
Frollein Gladys  3/9/2021
The one "c" looks incomplete; I like Rebecca better.
MythicalCreature  3/8/2021
Is the name of a character from this comic book series, that was created since 1992 called, Turma do Dudão. She happens to be 1 of the main protagonists/main characters.
veeduh96  2/20/2021
Also the Romanian form:
(You'll find numerous bearers on social media) [noted -ed]
Frollein Gladys  7/31/2020
I prefer Rebecca. :)
Anders1234  6/10/2020
Rebeca Andrade is an artistic gymnast who represented Brazil at the 2016 Summer Olympics. Andrade made her international debut at the South American Youth Championship in 2012, where she placed first with the Brazilian team; first in the individual all-around, vault, and uneven bars; and second on balance beam and floor exercise. A few months later, she competed at the Brazil Trophy, where she edged out past Olympians and more experienced gymnasts to claim the all-around title. Andrade's first meet back from her ACL tear was the Jesolo Trophy, where she performed watered-down routines but qualified to the uneven bars final. She failed to medal after falling in the event finals. Afterward, she competed at the Doha World Cup and won silver on the uneven bars. Her performances were considered good enough to be named to the Olympic Test Event team. At the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Andrade performed well in qualifications, helping Brazil qualify to the team finals in 5th place and qualifying individually to the all-around final in 3rd place after American Gabby Douglas was excluded due to the two-per-country rule. During the team finals, Andrade fell on floor, and Brazil finished 8th. In the individual all around, she was expected to contend for a medal. However, underperformances caused her to place 11th.
cutenose  2/16/2017
Also a Welsh variant, and a nickname for the Welsh form is Beca.
juliared24  10/30/2013
Rebeca means cardigan in Spanish...
rachypiesheepbaa  10/15/2010
This is also the Welsh form of Rebecca.
Kate  9/13/2010
In Spanish, if Rebeca was spelt like it was in English, it would have to be pronounced re-BEC-tha - but then in Spanish only some letters can be doubled and I think C is one of them, but only after I.

Sources - Big sister Rachii!
beckycarlmoowoof  3/10/2009

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