Beattie

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Beattie
Family name
Meaning Diminutive of Bartholomew (patronymic); "one who held land on condition of supplying food to those billeted on him by the chief"; "public victualler"
Region of origin Scottish borders, Ireland
Language(s) of origin Aramaic; Irish Gaelic
Related names Bate, Beatty, Beatey, Betagh, Betty, MacCaffrey, McCaffrey, MacVitty, MacWatty, MacWattie, Watson
Clan affiliations MacBain
Footnotes: Frequency Comparisons [1]
Main article: Beatty

Beattie is a surname, meaning "one who held land on condition of supplying food to those billeted on him by the chief"; "public victualler".

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  • Beattie (automobile)
  • Beatrice Bellman, more commonly known as Beattie, a character from a series of television advertisements by British Telecom.
  • Beatties of London, usually known as just "Beatties", was a UK based toy and model shop which had 60 stores at its peak in the late 90s.
  • Beatties - UK department store group acquired by House of Fraser in 2005.

See also[edit]

See the Beatty Project 2000 website [1]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Beattie Meaning and Distribution". forebears.co.uk.  Retrieved 25 January 2014