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Rebecca is a biblical matriarch.
Rebecca, or similar, may also refer to:
- Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, a 1903 children's novel by Kate Douglas Wiggin
- Rebecca (novel), a 1938 novel by Daphne du Maurier
- Rebekah (novel), a 2001 novel by Orson Scott Card
Film and television
- Based on the Daphne du Maurier novel:
- Rebecca, a 1952 Filipino film starring Tessie Agana and Van De Leon
- Rebecca (1963 film), Malayalam film directed by Kunchacko
- Rebeca (telenovela), a 2003 Spanish-language telenovela
- Rebecca (musical), a 2006 musical by Michael Kunze and Sylvester Levay
- Rebecca (band), a 1980s Japanese pop band fronted by Nokko
- Rebeca Pous Del Toro (born 1978), known professionally as Rebeca, Spanish singer
- Rebekah Johnson (born 1976), also known as Rebekah, American singer-songwriter
- "Rebecca" (Tesla Boy song), a 2011 song by the Russian band Tesla Boy
- "Rebecca Came Back From Mecca," a 1921 song popular in the United States
- "Rebecca," a song on the 1975 Flo and Eddie album, Illegal, Immoral and Fattening
- "Rebecca," a song on the 2016 Against Me! Album, "Shape Shift With Me"
- Rebecca, Georgia, United States
- Rebecca Riots of nineteenth-century South Wales
- Rebecca/Eureka transponding radar, a Second World War aircraft homing and distance measuring system
- Rebeca (programming language), an actor-based programming language
- Rebecca, a genus of algae in the order Pavlovales
- Rebecca (raccoon), a pet raccoon kept by president Calvin Coolidge
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