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  1. Bernie(ProperNoun)

    or Bernadette.

  2. Bernie(ProperNoun)

    A diminutive of the male given name Bernard, also used as a formal given name.

    A similar arrangement was made for her son Bernard, named in honor of the great Carthusian mystic and of Bernie Astor, the publicist.

    Etymology: ( male ) : From Bernard +‎ -ie. ( female ) : From Bernadette +‎ -ie or Bernice +‎ -ie.

  3. Bernie(ProperNoun)

    A diminutive of the female given names Bernice or Bernadette.

    To catch a nearer view of the coming ship, now much larger than the mere speck it had at first appeared, little Bernice, or Bernie, as she was most lovingly called at home, had moved far in advance of her mother, till now she stood quite near to the edge of the wharf.

    Etymology: ( male ) : From Bernard +‎ -ie. ( female ) : From Bernadette +‎ -ie or Bernice +‎ -ie.

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  1. Bernie

    Bernie is a city in Stoddard County, Missouri, United States. The population was 1,958 at the 2010 census.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Bernie in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Bernie in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of Bernie in a Sentence

  1. Ariana Javidi:

    As a young woman who supports Bernie Sanders, I'm frustrated and outraged by being constantly attacked by older feminists for my refusal to vote according to my gender, like my fellow young feminist women, I recognize that voting for a woman because she's a woman is sexist, just like voting for a man because he's a man is also sexist.

  2. Don Felder:

    Tom Petty was one of my guitar students; I knew Duane, and Stephen and I had a band. When he left, Bernie Leadon moved to Gainesville. His father was a nuclear physicist who was sent to the University of Florida to start their nuclear research facility, so he and I became friends.

  3. Jane Sanders:

    I think there is a difference in where they want to bring the country, bernie comes from a place of, no matter what you're dealing with he comes to it from principle that becomes almost predictable. People say he's too predictable he says the same thing for so many years but different issues come to life but if you know Bernie you can almost always know that he's going to end up where it helps achieve fairness and equity especially for the most vulnerable among us.

  4. Rachel Caufield:

    This is home of rural populism and it manifests in very different ways on theft and the right, on the left if manifests as a distrust of corporations and economic power.And Hillary Clinton’s message is n’t resonating with those folks in the same way that say Barack Obama’s did. You still have a lot of those folks who were diehard Bernie supporters who will continue to be Bernie supporters and they’re not sure that Hillary Clinton embraces some of the ideological positions that they want to see in their Democratic Party.

  5. Marco Rubio:

    Who do the Democrats fear most? Who do they not want to run against? I think everyone now acknowledges that's me, we've got to bring the Republican Party together. We're not gonna win -- we're not going to beat Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders -- if we're still divided in September or October.

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