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How To Spell Bille?

Correct spelling: Bille

What are the misspellings for Bille ?

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  • Bhlle,
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  • hbille,
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  • vbille.

 \b(il)-le\

will helmet, protection
German
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.

What are the usage examples 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

What are the 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;
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