Bee (disambiguation)

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A bee is a flying insect.

Bee, BEE, The Bee or The Bees may also refer to:



United Kingdom[edit]

  • St Bees, a parish and village in Cumberland, England

United States[edit]


Arts and entertainment[edit]


  • Aunt Bee, fictional character in The Andy Griffith Show television show
  • The Bee, nickname of Mr. Weatherbee from Archie Comics
  • Bee, regular character in the Quiz Kids magazines
  • Bee, a character from the three bugs in the show WordWorld



  • The Bees (band), an indie group from the Isle of Wight, known in the US as A Band of Bees
  • The Silver Seas, a Nashville, Tennessee-based acoustic pop band formerly known as The Bees
  • Bee (EP) by Tracy Bonham
  • "Bee" (song), recorded by both Lena Meyer-Landrut and Jennifer Braun


Religious writings[edit]

  • An-Nahl, Arabic for "The Bees", 16th sura of the Qur'an
  • Book of the Bee, a 13th-century compilation containing numerous Bible legends
  • The Bees, a collection of writings associated with the Sarmoung Brotherhood, an alleged Sufi brotherhood



  • Bee (ship), a ship that sank off the coast of Australia in 1806
  • Daihatsu Bee, a Japanese three-wheeled car
  • Sopwith Bee, a small biplane built in 1916 as a personal aircraft
  • Air Bee, a short-lived airline based in Rome
  • BEE, ICAO code of Flybe, an airline based in Devon, England


Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]