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How To Spell Bille?

Correct spelling: Bille

List of misspellings for Bille:

  • biolle,
  • billew,
  • bilple,
  • bgille,
  • b9ille,
  • b8ille,
  • bhille,
  • bjille,
  • bkille,
  • b8lle,
  • bill4e,
  • bayelle,
  • b ille,
  • Bylle,
  • billwe,
  • Bilne,
  • bi lle,
  • jille,
  • biille,
  • bilole,
  • bille3,
  • iblle,
  • nbille,
  • bill3e,
  • b9lle,
  • Bimle,
  • bill4,
  • billse,
  • billr,
  • bi9lle,
  • bijlle,
  • bilel,
  • bill3,
  • blile,
  • billpe,
  • bklle,
  • buille,
  • bbille,
  • bnille,
  • bjlle,
  • billle,
  • bville,
  • Bhlle,
  • bilkle,
  • bill e,
  • biplle,
  • bi8lle,
  • biklle,
  • beyelle,
  • hbille,
  • bil le,
  • billre,
  • vbille.


will helmet, protection
Bille as a boy's name is a variant of William (Old German), and the meaning of Bille is "will helmet, protection".

Google Ngram Viewer results for Bille:

This graph shows how "Bille" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for Bille:

  1. Tycho then joined his mother's brother, Steen Bille the only one of his relatives who showed any sympathy with his desire for a scientific career. – Kepler by Walter W. Bryant
  2. When that author wrote, I believe them to have been either Frisian or Slavonians, without saying which- Frisians, if we look for their affinities to the south of the Elbe; Slavonians, if we seek them to the east of the Bille – The Ethnology of the British Islands by Robert Gordon Latham
  3. Admiral Bille took me in; he talked English perfectly, and was- like all naval officers! – The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912 by Lillie DeHegermann-Lindencrone

Rhymes for Bille:

  1. style, weil, isle, bile, vile, pile, tile, hile, file, guile, gile, weill, phyle, mile, geil, kyle, kyl, lyle, niall, lile, aisle, pyle, sheil, stile, rile, kile, dial, while, nile, seil, wile, smile, trial;
  2. marseille, revile, hostile, mikhail, argyll, soleil, restyle, nevile, awhile, compile, beguile, fertile, defile, worthwhile;
  3. versatile;