Definitions for BETHbeɪs, beɪt, bɛt
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bethbeɪs, beɪt, bɛt(n.)
also bet, 1 2 bes, 1
the second letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
Origin of beth:
1905–10; < Heb bēth lit., house; see beta
the 2nd letter of the Hebrew alphabet
u05D1 (second letter of the Aramaic and Hebrew alphabet)
U00010901 (second letter of the Phoenician abjad)
u0712 (second letter of the Syriac abjad)
A diminutive of the female given names Elizabeth, Elisabeth, and sometimes Bethany. Also a formal given name or middle name.
Origin: From Middle Bronze Age picture of a house by acrophony, ultimately bayt-.
"Beth" is a ballad by Kiss, originally released on their 1976 album, Destroyer. To date, it is their highest-charting single in the US, reaching #7 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart. It is one of only two Gold selling singles for the band, and their first of two Top Ten singles in the US. Beth was named #3 in Vh1's 25 Greatest Power Ballads.
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