Beehive meaning

bēhīv
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A woman's hairstyle in which the hair is arranged in a tall, rounded peak on top of the head.
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A place of great activity.
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(figuratively) Any place full of activity, or in which people are very busy.
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A hive for bees.
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A woman's hairdo in which the hair is worn teased on top of the head, resembling a domed beehive.
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An enclosed structure in which some species of honey bees (genus Apis) live and raise their young.
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A man-made structure in which bees are kept for their honey.
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A women's hairstyle, popular in the 1960s, in which long hair is styled into a hive-shaped form on top of the head and usually held in place with lacquer. Also, a style of hat.
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A type of anti-personnel ammunition round containing flechettes, and characterised by the buzzing sound made as they fly through the air.
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(Mormonism) A 12-13 year old participant in the Young Women organization of the LDS Church.
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(New Zealand) The common name for the executive wing of the New Zealand parliament buildings.
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New Zealand government.
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A very busy place.
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A hive of or for bees, esp., a box or other shelter for a colony of domesticated bees, in which they make and store honey.
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Origin of beehive

  • From Middle English beehyve, equivalent to bee +‎ hive.

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