Biddie
a) A diminutive of the female given name Bridget.
b) A surname of Scottish origin.

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  • Beddie — Recorded as Bedie, Beddie, Beddie, Beddy, Beedie, Bidie, Biddie, Biddy, and probably others, this is almost certainly a surname of Scottish origins. According to the Dictionary of Scottish Surnames compiled by the late Professor Black of the New… …   Surnames reference

  • Beedie — Recorded as Bedie, Beddie, Beddie, Beddy, Beedie, Bidie, Biddie, Biddy, and probably others, this is almost certainly a surname of Scottish origins. According to the Dictionary of Scottish Surnames compiled by the late Professor Black of the New… …   Surnames reference

  • Biddy — Recorded as Bedie, Beddie, Beddie, Beddy, Bidie, Biddie, and Biddy, this is almost certainly a surname of Scottish origins. According to the Dictionary of Scottish Surnames compiled by the late Professor Black of the New York Public Library, it… …   Surnames reference

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