Common misspellings for B:
13k, sb, h20, 14k, k12, bi, bv, hb, w, bs, 20k, z100, by7, 3ba, 20l, 7k, 8gb, x4, x2, 2br, k2, x26, 20x40, ba, 5k, 2gb, g9, ib, x19, bf, 1mb, 48h, q2, x8, 35w, bawww, 32gb, 25k, 8x10, 24x7, y, b203, bm, wbf, 35lb, x10, 2b, b, 24x, 9h, j, 155k, 240v, 6x, 10h, 10x12, qb, 1k, l, br, n, 5x, be4, bd, eb, 2x, 8h, bu, 15h, 10g, 12h, bj, 2ba, 20h, 50k, l8, bx, by6, 80k, 75k, 1lb, b4, 13x, 3g, g8, 417k, 22k, x12, by1, f, 201l, wb, 2q12, 15k, z, 3k, 1h, 18k, k, bn, 11x, 3x3, x50, ob, 200lb, h, f2, 5h, 16h, pb10, 200x, bp, 1gb, 30h, w3, 41k, bz, db, x40, 12v, x18, 3br, u16, 17h, 250g, 110g, g3, 100k, 11h, bh, 10gb, bl, bk, fb, 4b, 9x12, u2, x52, q1, 20x, g20, x14, 250lb, h1b, sb1405, 60k, 40x, 320kb, x20, pb, 5lb, 3x, 12x20, bc, db9, 450k, 300k, 10k, w12418842, 30k, 10x10, 200k, l105, 1x, bg, ub, 4lb, 16gb, g1, 401k, w2010, be20, bt, 1b, 30l, jb, 2n, 24h, 1ba, 4br, w2, 4h, g2, k1, 90k, 70k, 500k, 24k, 2tb, 10x, 3bd, 2k, bo, l2, 600v, 6lb, 30x, u, 4by4, 110v, 1br, vb, gb, b2b, b1, 50g, 23h, ab, x151, 40k, 1n, l0, 18h, 2001b, z394, 19h, 2l, 27z, 29h, 0n, 3v, 3db, 4g, 64mb, 2h, 3h, 10x3, 10x4, 10x5, 2x2, 2x4, 4x, 8x8, x024047, x11, x16, v1, 65k, 6h, b0, g, q, ab540, 3b, b12, b19, b2, b6, b7, b90, baaaaaa, bb4, bq, 2bd, 4bd, bd2, be3, bw, be, bf3, 5br, vby, yb, cb, 4d0b, 0f, f30, g27, 4gb, 2g, g0, h2, i'b, f5, 4k, k4, rb, 7lb, n8, n0, 0k, nb, 0z, q3, q4, q24, tb, f4, 4u, u0, v3, v8, iwb, 2x6, 3x5, 4x4, 9x9, x1, x145, x198, x3, x60, x7, z3, z4b.
Definition of B:
- aerobic rod- shaped spore- producing bacterium; often occurring in chainlike formations; found primarily in soil
- the 2nd letter of the Roman alphabet
- ( physics) a unit of nuclear cross section; the effective circular area that one particle presents to another as a target for an encounter
- is the second letter of the English alphabet. ( See Guide to Pronunciation, 196, 220.) It is etymologically related to p, v, f, w and m , letters representing sounds having a close organic affinity to its own sound; as in Eng. bursar and purser; Eng.
- Abbreviation for base. Chemical symbol of boron.
- Second letter of the alphabet.
- Is the second letter, and the first consonant in the English as well as most other alphabets. It is a mute and a labial, being formed by pressing the whole length of the lips together, and forcing them open with a strong breath. It has a near affinity with the labial letters P and V. and in some languages is interchanged with them.
- As an abbreviation in writing, generally stands for bachelor, as B. A., bachelor of arts. In B. C., it stands for before. Not to know a B from a bull's foot, to be extremely ignorant.
- As a numeral, was used by the Hebrews and Greeks, as now by the Arabians, for 2, by the Romans for 300, and with a dash over it, thus, B for 3, 000.
- In music, is the designation of the seventh note in the natural diatonic scale of C; it also stands for base, and B. C. for basso continue, or thorough base.
- Name of a musical sound.
- is the second letter of the English alphabet. See Guide to Pronunciation, // 196, 220. It is etymologically related to p, v, f, w and m , letters representing sounds having a close organic affinity to its own sound; as in Eng. bursar and purser; Eng. bear and Lat. ferre; Eng. silver and Ger. silber; Lat. cubitum and It. gomito; Eng. seven, Anglo-Saxon seofon, Ger. sieben, Lat. septem, Gr." epta`, Sanskrit saptan. The form of letter B is Roman, from Greek B Beta, of Semitic origin. The small b was formed by gradual change from the capital B.
- The second letter of the English alphabet : is used to denote the second of a series of pages, notes, etc.; the subsequent letters, the third and following numbers.
- the blood group whose red cells carry the B antigen
- The second letter in the English alphabet.