US Popularity:7640
Other Origin(s):Norse
Meaning:Bee settlement
Match your little bumblebee’s hardworking nature by calling them Beebe. Typically given to boys, this sweet surname-turned-first name originated in the English village of Beeby. It encompasses the Old English term beo, meaning “bee,” and the Old Norse word byr, meaning “settlement” or “village,” making “bee settlement.” When baby arrives, your home will be a hive of activity as they will be busy as a bee learning about the world around them. The buzzing insects are known for being dedicated to their job, so Beebe is sure to be bringing home the bacon—or honey—when they’re older. With that, baby surely deserves a title fit for a royal bee, like Beebe.

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