Beg refers to:

  • Begging
  • Baig, an ancient Turkic administrative title (chieftain, governor etc.)
    • Beg (title), an Ottoman Turkish administrative title (Bey)
    • Begzada (name style), son of Beg
    • Beg Khan, a combination of Beg and Khan titles
  • "Beg", a song from Evans Blue's debut album, The Melody and the Energetic Nature of Volume
  • Beg (1970 film), a Soviet film

Other articles related to "beg":

List Of Townlands In County Fermanagh - D
... Derry, Derryad, Derryargon, Derry Beg, Derry More, Derryaghna, Derryany, Derryard, Derryart, Derryasna, Derrybeg, Derrybeg East, Derrybeg West, Derrybrack, Derrybrick, Derrybrusk ...
Berdi Beg
... Berdi Beg (or Berdibek) was Khan of the Golden Horde from 1357 till 1359, succeeding his father Jani Beg of whom Berdi Beg may have been behind the poisoning ...
List Of Townlands In County Armagh - D
... Derrinraw, Derry, Derryadd, Derryall, Derryallen, Derryane, Derryanvil, Derryaugh, Derry Beg, Derrybrughas, Derrycaw, Derrycoose, Derrycor, Derrycorry North, Derrycory, Derrycrew ...
List Of Townlands In County Londonderry - Parishes - Ballyaghran
... Ballysally Bellemont North Broad Isle Cappagh More Carnalbanagh Carnanee Craigtown Beg Crossreagh East Crossreagh West Dooey Beg Drumslade Dundooan Galvally Garborgle Garrylaban ...
List Of Townlands In County Londonderry - Parishes - Clondermot
... Drumahoe Drumconan Dunhugh Edenreagh Beg Enagh Fincarn Glenderowen Glenkeen Gobnascale Gortgranagh Gortica Gorticross Gortin Gortinure Gortnessy Gortree Gransha Gransha (Intake ...

Famous quotes containing the word beg:

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    “I beg your pardon?” said Alice.
    “It isn’t respectable to beg,” said the King.
    Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (1832–1898)