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  1. #6
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    Was also going to mention the Fraiser character (Whom i freakin' loved!) and say i'd automatically say Bee-Bee. I can't really see the appeal of Bay-Bay my self. I think it is too cutesy, and isn't as stunning as her brothers name.

    I really like Beatrice nick name Bee-bee (not bay-bay)
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    Frankly, I don't think it is name that ages well. I would not want a name that essentially sounds like baby.
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    i dont like it mainly i know a male Bebe lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahmezz View Post
    I agtee, it's not a great name for an adult. I'd definitely pronounce it bee-bee (I've heard this pronunciation on the TV show Frasier. I've never actually met a Bebe).
    I agree with this.

    I would never name my child Bebe, it's also the Spanish term for baby.
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  5. #14
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    I would say bee-bee and only as a nickname for Bianca, Beatrice, Elizabeth, etc...

    Bebe "baybay" feels like a hard name to have as an adult...especially if she did much traveling.

    What about Bay if you love that sound or something w/ nn Bay?
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