bestie

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See also: Bestie and bestię

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

best (friend) +‎ -ie

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Noun[edit]

bestie (plural besties)

  1. (informal) best friend
    • 2007, Brigid Lowry, Things You Either Hate Or Love:
      You're supposed to be my bestie, Mel. We used to tell each other everything. So what's this Toby secret you can't tell me?
    • 2008, Julie Kraut, Shallon Lester, Hot Mess: Summer in the City
      Even back then, a party just wasn't a party without my bestie, and I was miserable for the last eight frames.
    • 2009, Keleigh Crigler Hadley, Preacher:
      On the way home, I got a joke text from my bestie.

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Bestie, from Latin bēstia (beast).

Noun[edit]

bestie n (singular definite bestiet, plural indefinite bestier)

  1. beast (a cruel and violent being or creature)

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Italian[edit]

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bestie f

  1. plural of bestia

Polish[edit]

Noun[edit]

bestie

  1. nominative plural of bestia
  2. accusative plural of bestia
  3. vocative plural of bestia

Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Italian bestia, Latin bestia (19th century).

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bestie f (plural bestii)

  1. beast, wild animal

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Venetian[edit]

Noun[edit]

bestie

  1. plural of bestia