BAE

Etymology

Proper noun

Bae

A surname of Korean origin.

Statistics

• According to the 2010 United States Census, Bae is the 5,606th most common surname in the United States, belonging to 6,203 individuals. Bae is most common among Asian/Pacific Islander (94.92%) individuals.

Anagrams

• ABE, AEB, Abe, Abé, BEA, Bea, EAB, a-be, abe, aeb, eba

Etymology 1

Noun

bae (plural baes)

(slang) Darling (term of endearment).

Synonyms: babe, baby, darling, dear, love, sweetheart, loved one, significant other, special someone

Etymology 2

Noun

bae (plural baes)

Asian pear.

Etymology 3

Verb

bae (third-person singular simple present baes, present participle -ing, simple past and past participle -ed)

(intransitive) To make the sound of a wild animal, to bay.

Anagrams

• ABE, AEB, Abe, Abé, BEA, Bea, EAB, a-be, abe, aeb, eba

Proper noun

BAe

Initialism of British Aerospace.

Anagrams

• ABE, AEB, Abe, Abé, BEA, Bea, EAB, a-be, abe, aeb, eba

Source: Wiktionary



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