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March 04, 2020

Beatrice

The Italian and French form of Beatrix used in literature as Dante Alighieri's guide in his novel "The Divine Comedy" and the name of a character in William Shakespeare's play, "Much Ado About Nothing." It was popular in England during the Middle Ages and became a royally known for the daughter of Queen Victoria and the granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Beatrice of York. It dropped off the chart in 2002 and reappeared in 2006 with other vintage names. Bringer Of Joy

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  • Happy
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