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Correct spellings for BE

  • ba In the Book of the Dead, the Ba , which like the Ka is one of the many separable parts of the soul, is represented as a very little man with wings and bird-like body.
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  • be
  • bed Take what wife you will to bed, I will ever be your head: – The Merchant of Venice: Act II, scene IX by Unknown Author
  • bee Yet sang no more as when, like a brown bee That has drunk full, she crossed the misty sea – Narrative And Dramatic The Wanderings Of Oisin by William Butler Yeats
  • beg Someone had said he'd look a god in kilts, That's why; and maybe, too, to please his Meg, Aye, that was it, to please the giddy jilts He asked to join. He didn't have to beg; – Disabled by Wilfred Owen
  • ben To eight, and barely six--and then To be Curator of Big Ben !. . . – Lord Lundy by Hilaire Belloc
  • bet And even if you find the crab then i'm willing to make a bet That he won't think a small bag of bones poses mush of a threat! – The Argument by Unknown Author
  • bey Bey glared at him.
  • bi Duszek w g??bi Szczerzy z?by. – Czary Mary by BAJM
  • bk 2, 4, 6 in P. bk .
  • bm
  • br
  • bs Stand right there while I count my B's If anything missin' get a hole in your knees – Have My Cheese by Trick Daddy
  • by We and the labouring world are passing by: Amid men's souls, that waver and give place Like the pale waters in their wintry race, Under the passing stars, foam of the sky, – The Rose Of The World by William Butler Yeats
  • bye Annie and Trio: Bye bye baby Stop your yawnin' Don't cry baby – Moonshine Lullaby by Unknown Author
  • ce
  • de Guadalupe lindo, homies Flor de LinGo, yesca-yesca pingo, nunca me – El Son Divo by Control Machete
  • fe Santa Fe Are you there? Do you swear you won't forget me? If I found you would you let me come and stay? – Santa Fe by Unknown Author
  • ge
  • he Make much of him, my lords, for this is he Must help you more than you are hurt by me. – King Henry VI, part III: Act IV, scene VI by Unknown Author
  • le He can't find the mustard. Le mustard, le mustard. – Musical by los amigos
  • me
  • ne Sweetenes of speech, sentence and amplification, are therefore ne cessarie to an excellent Orator and Poet, ne may in no wise be spared from any of them.
  • re He then re -urged, that it would be in her power instantly, or on the morrow, to put an end to all her difficulties.
  • se Anything mo', Marse John?
  • B Put out a boat and picked up one of the men, an A.B. by the name of Jessop.
  • Oe The Project Gutenberg eBook, Mount Music, by E. Oe .
  • Abe "Abe," observed Captain Cy to Leonard, who was advancing toward the steps, "I'm sorry not to be hospitable, but there's too many of you to invite at once, and 'tain't polite to show partiality.
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  • BO Bo-hito Old man or priest.
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  • BX
  • ie
  • easy-going