See also: Bérénice

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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek (Doric) Βερενίκη(Bereníkē, bringer of victory), (Ionic Φερενίκη(Phereníkē)), from φέρω(phérō, to bear, to carry, to bring) + νίκη(níkē, victory).

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Berenice f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Campanulaceae.

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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek (Doric) Βερενίκη(Bereníkē, bringer of victory), (Ionic Φερενίκη(Phereníkē)), from φέρω(phérō, to bear, to carry, to bring) + νίκη(níkē, victory).

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Berenice

  1. A female given name, notably of ancient queens of Egypt.

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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek (Doric) Βερενίκη(Bereníkē, bringer of victory), (Ionic Φερενίκη(Phereníkē)), from φέρω(phérō, to bear, to carry, to bring) + νίκη(níkē, victory).

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Berenice f

  1. A female given name, cognate to English Berenice.