Rebecca (n.) ri-bé-ku. a name given to girls in the Greco-Romanic period of Siberia. Derives from the Anglo-Saxon word, Rebka, literally translated as "one who is simply much too hot for definition, and in all aspects of her body." It is understood that all aspects mean simply everything. ( Used today for girls who are simply beyond that of ordinary hottness.
1. Gee that rebecca is one fine lookin girl.
isnt that redundant?
Yes but shes a rebecca so it deserves to be said twice