Bede, Saint_Bede, St._Bede, Baeda, Saint_Baeda, St._Baeda, Beda, Saint_Beda, St._Beda, the_Venerable_Bede
Meaning: (Roman Catholic Church) English monk and scholar (672-735)
That feeling is his value and respect for Adam Bede.
As Mr. Irwine paused, Arthur jumped up and, filling his glass, said, "A bumper to Adam Bede, and may he live to have sons as faithful and clever as himself!"
"'A May kitten makes a dirty Cat,' is a piece of Huntingdonshire folk-lore," says Mr. Cuthbert Bede, "quoted to me in order to deter me from keeping a kitten that had been born in May."
As to the monks subject to her authority, she inspired them with so great a love of knowledge, and urged them to so thorough a study of the Scriptures, that her monastery became, as Venerable Bede informs us, a school not only for missionaries but for bishops as well.