a female given name, form of Elizabeth.
Executive producer Betsy West has her own story of working in a man’s world.
Women Who Paved the Way Betsy West February 25, 2013
I’m in business with Al Pacino now; we’re developing Betsy and Napoleon about Napoleon’s exile in St. Helena.
My Date With Sean Penn Howard Rosenman October 27, 2008
Betsy Andreu has talked about this encounter many times, including testifying under oath.
Lance Armstrong’s Teammate Tells All: ‘The Secret Race’ By Tyler Hamilton The Daily Beast September 7, 2012
Is there anyone in America whose views on health care ought to be of less interest than Betsy McCaughey’s?
Return of the Health Care Villains Michael Kinsley March 17, 2009
Just this year, Betsy and Dick Devos, trustees from Michigan, pledged $22 million to endow an art management program.
Washington’s Richest Power Players Sandra McElwaine May 18, 2010
Betsy, my daughter, as you know, is to be married to him next month.
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 56, Number 350, December 1844 Various
She was very fond of me, always calling me ‘her little daughter,—her own dear Betsy.’
Flora Lyndsay Susan Moodie
He looked at her, Betsy says to me, as if he was sayin I cant stand that!
Winona of the Camp Fire Margaret Widdemer
There is only one drawback, Betsy, said Tom, as he finished his story.
Ainslee’s, Vol. 15, No. 6, July 1905 Various
That is why Doctor and Betsy, who have never been trained to hunt, go wild over the rabbits.
Tattine Ruth Ogden
fem. pet name, a diminutive of Bet, itself short for Elizabet or Elizabeth. Betsy as the typical a pet name for a favorite firearm is attested in American English by 1856 (cf. Brown Bess, by 1785, British army slang for the old flintlock musket).
in the space separating (two points, objects, etc.): between New York and Chicago. intermediate to, in time, quantity, or degree: between twelve and one o’clock; between 50 and 60 apples; between pink and red. linking; connecting: air service between cities. in portions for each of (two people): splitting the profits between them. among: sharing the […]
a large mass of stone forming a hill, cliff, promontory, or the like. Geology. mineral matter of variable composition, consolidated or unconsolidated, assembled in masses or considerable quantities in nature, as by the action of heat or water. a particular kind of such matter: igneous rock. stone in the mass: buildings that stand upon rock. […]
Modern name Scilla. a rock in the Strait of Messina off the S coast of Italy. Classical Mythology. a sea nymph who was transformed into a sea monster: later identified with the rock Scylla. Compare Charybdis (def 2). between Scylla and Charybdis, between two equally perilous alternatives, neither of which can be passed without encountering […]