Beka

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Origin: Biblical, Hebrew, English

Meaning: possibly “snare” or “noose” from Hebrew “Rivqah”, perhaps referring to captivating beauty; or else it comes from an unknown Aramaic source

Variants: Bekka, Becca, Rebecca, Becka

Gender: Female

Beka is a variant of Rebecca.

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