Bechette is a French-origin name mostly given to girls. The meaning of Bechette is 'small spade'. The Bechette lineage arrived in the USA and Canada between 1911 and 1920. In Canada, 1911 saw a peak in the use of the Bechette surname. In 1920, there was just one Bechette family living in Pennsylvania. The above accounted for all Bechettes discovered in the USA, in full. In 1920, Pennsylvania had the greatest concentration of Bechette households. In the United States, the Bechette average lifespan ranged from its lowest point in 1984 to its highest position in 1999. People with the name Bechette enjoy challenges and competition. In all they do, they strive to be the best and most recognizable in their field. They are ardent rivals who won't stop until they have defeated the competition. Their goal is to lead the pack in any industry they choose. They are courageous and self-assured enough to lead others. They enjoy competition and difficulties. Their goal is to lead the pack in any industry they choose. Whether it is a business, a community, or a general field of knowledge, they are committed to being the leading figure in it. They possess the courage and confidence to guide others. They firmly believe that their judgment is better than everyone else's.