Betje

Origin : Limburgish, Dutch,

Pronunciation : BET-yə  ,

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Betje Expression, Betje Soul Urge, Betje Inner Dream

additional

Additional information Betje:

additionalDutch and Limburgish diminutive of ELISABETH

songs

Songs about Betje:

songsAltijd is Kortjakje ziek / Daar zat een aapje op een stokje / Onder moeder's paraplu / Goedenavond tante Betje... by De Wamblientjes from the Album Vrolijke Vlaamse Kinderliedjes

songsBuurvrouw Betje by Grietje Stekete from the Album West-Friesland plat 2

songsGoedenavond tante Betje by Kinderkoor Enschedese Muziekschool from the Album Liedje Met Een Hoepeltje Erom Deel 1

songsKrelis en Betje - Cornelius and Bess by Jaap Kunst from the Album Living Folksongs and Dance-Tunes from the Netherlands

songsLief Betje by Kadril from the Album Mariage

books

Books about Betje:

booksBetje Wolff in verband met het geestelijk leven van haar tijd (Dutch Edition) by Hendrika Catharina Maria. Ghijsen (Jan 1, 1919)

booksBetje Wolff en Aagje Deken (Dutch Edition) by Johanna Wilhelmina Antoinette NAber (Jan 1, 1913)

booksBetje life.(John Betjeman Collected Poems)(Book review): An article from: New Criterion by Paul Dean (Jan 9, 2007)

booksBetje and Jan a Tale of Volendam by Agnes C. Lehman (1932)

booksBetje Big / [Poppy Pig] by Dick Bruna (1989)

booksHulde aan Betje Wolff en Aagje Deken (Dutch Edition) by Johs Dyserinck (Jan 1, 1884)

booksJan and Betje by May Emery Hall (1914)

wiki

Wiki information Betje:

Betje Wolff
Novelist, Deceased Person, Author, Person

Elizabeth Wolff-Bekker was a Dutch writer. Betje Bekker was born into a wealthy Calvinist family at Vlissingen. On 18 November 1759, at the age of 21, she married the 52-year-old clergyman Adriaan Wolff. In 1763 she published her first collection...

John Betjeman
Poet, Author, Lyricist, Organization leader, Musical Artist, Composer, Musician, Person, Deceased Person, Award Nominee

Sir John Betjeman, CBE was an English poet, writer and broadcaster who described himself in Who's Who as a "poet and hack". He was Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom from 1972 until his death. He was a founding member of the Victorian Society and a...