Bede (disambiguation)

Bede may refer to


*Bede, (Saint Bede, the Venerable Bede) (672 or 673 – May 27, 735), a monk at the Northumbrian monastery of Saint Peter at Wearmouth
*Shelda Bede, a beach volleyball player from Brazil who competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics
*Bede Griffiths, a British-born Benedictine monk and mystic who lived in ashrams in South India
*Jim Bede, a controversial aircraft designer, who is often credited with the creation of the modern kitplane market


*St. Bede Academy in Peru, Illinois, USA
*St. Bede's Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School in Chennai, India
*St. Bede's College in Christchurch, New Zealand
*St. Bede's College in Manchester, England
*St. Bede's College in Mentone, Victoria, Australia
*St. Bede's Catholic College in Bristol, England
*St. Bede's Catholic Comprehensive School in Peterlee, County Durham, England
*St. Bede's Grammar School in Heaton, West Yorkshire, England
*St. Bede's Inter-Church Comprehensive School in Cambridge, England
*St. Bede's Prep School in Eastbourne, East Sussex, England
*St. Bede's School, in Hailsham, East Sussex, England
*St. Bede's School in Redhill, Surrey, England
*College of St Hild and St Bede in Durham, England


*St. Petersburg Bede, an early surviving manuscript of Bede's 8th century history, the "Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum" ("Ecclesiastical History of the English People")
*Tiberius Bede, the name of two manuscripts of Bede's "Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum"
*Moore Bede, an early manuscript of Bede's eighth-century "Historia ecclesiastica gentis Anglorum"


*Bede Aircraft, an aircraft corporation founded by controversial aeronautical engineer Jim Bede in 1961 to produce the BD-1 kit aircraft
*Bede BD-1, a kit-built aircraft, the first design of American aeronautical engineer Jim Bede
*Bede BD-5, a small, single-seat homebuilt kit aircraft that was introduced in the early 1970s by Bede Aircraft Corp


*Adam Bede, George Eliot's first novel, published pseudonymously in 1859
*Bede Island, an area of Leicester, England close to the city centre
*Bede Metro station, a Tyne and Wear Metro station named after the Venerable Bede
*Bede X-ray Metrology, a Durham, UK-based manufacturer of semiconductor metrology equipment
*Bede, a now-defunct rock band from Portland, Oregon made up of current members of the band Menomena

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