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The name Bese can refer to the following:

  • Bese family, an ancient Swedish noble family
  • Bese (Bhatkal district) village in Bhatkal district, Karnataka State, India
  • Hungarian name of Stejărenii, a constituent village of Daneș commune in Romania
  • Barnabás Bese (born 1994), Hungarian football player
  • Gunilla Bese (1475–1553), Finnish noble, fiefholder of Vyborg Castle 1511-1513
  • Valeria Bese or Valeria Motogna-Beșe (born 1979), Romanian handball player

Usage examples of "bese".

While on patrol, we were beset by ruukha, and I alone survived-but my spells  attracted a human wizard.

By all of our gods,  I  beseech  you, don't drive us into doing so with force.

 Human  armathor  of  Cormanthor,  named  so  by  the  Coronal,  sent  here  by Mystra  to  do  something  important  that  remained  yet  hidden  from  him-and  beset  on  all  sides  by  the ambitious,  ruthless,  arrogantly  powerful  young  elves  of  this  realm,  chafing  under  the  old  ways  and unwelcome  new  decrees  of  the  Coronal  and  his  court  .

La princesa me encarga que le bese la mano —replicó Montenegro entre dos bocanadas azules—.

         The girl cast one beseeching glance toward Queen Mathilda, who reclined on a couch, then clasped her hands at her breast, shut her eyes, and began to pray.

Anxious to provide a remedy, without creating much disturbance, they induced Bese Magalotti, his relative and enemy, to signify to the Signory that Filippo, not having attained the age required for the exercise of that office, neither could nor ought to hold it.

The L'Aquilani, in order to have a defender in their rebellion, raised the banner of the church, and sent envoys to the pope, to submit their city and themselves to him, beseeching that he would defend them as his own subjects against the tyranny of the king.

 Bereavement  turned  out  to  be beset  with  comforting  formulae  for  the  bereaved,  'no  doubt  springing  from  the  shared unconscious  mind,  used  by  every  generation  that  had  preceded  her  and  who  had  lost someone  close  to  them.