Beda is a gender-neutral name and it is of Germanic and Old English roots. The meaning of Beda in Old English is ‘Battle maid’ or ‘Warrior maid’. From Germanic roots, its meaning is ‘He who orders for’. Beda also means ‘Prayer’ according to some sources. Beda is a variant of the name Bede. Church historian and well-known saint from the seventh century whose name has not been preserved along with his writings. The History of the English Church and People, written by the Benedictine monk known as the Venerable Bede, is regarded as the first piece of prose in English and had a significant impact on literature. Women rarely have the first name Beda, but both adults and kids have the last name Beda. Between 1861 and 1920, the Beda family name was present in the US, the UK, Canada, and Scotland.