Saint, Bede, Saint.
The third of these great men was the greatest, Baeda,–or Bede, as the name is usually spelled.
Beacon Lights of History, Volume VIII John Lord
The last words of the passage quoted above from Baeda suggest this explanation in the case of the Britons.
The Religious Experience of the Roman People W. Warde Fowler
It must be done, said Baeda; take thy pen and write quickly.
A Brief History of the English Language and Literature, Vol. 2 (of 2) John Miller Dow Meiklejohn
the Latin name for (Saint) Bede
Karl, 1801–59, German publisher, notably of guidebooks for travelers. any of the series of guidebooks for travelers issued by the him or his successors. anyguidebook, pamphlet, or the like, containing information useful to travelers: a Baedeker to the restaurants of the region. Historical Examples I shall be forced to buy a Baedeker, if there is […]
Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education. Historical Examples The baee endowed the tomb with five villages, and the Brahmins in attendance eat up the food the marble man leaves. Up the Country Emily Eden Bachelor of Aeronautical Engineering Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education
Leo Hendrik [lee-oh hen-drik;; Flemish ley-oh hen-drik] /ˈli oʊ ˈhɛn drɪk;; Flemish ˈleɪ oʊ ˈhɛn drɪk/ (Show IPA), 1863–1944, U.S. chemist, born in Belgium: developed Bakelite. Historical Examples Baekeland was a Belgian chemist, born at Ghent in 1863 and professor at Bruges. Creative Chemistry Edwin E. Slosson Bakelite is a substitute for hard rubber or […]
a spiny citrus tree, Aegle marmelos, of India. the hard-shelled, greenish-yellow, edible fruit of this tree. Historical Examples The fruit of the Malakabuyaw is ovoid and full of a mucilaginous pulp, aromatic and acid, the same as that of the bael. The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines T. H. Pardo de Tavera The quince must […]