Beer steht für:

  • Beer (Familienname), der Familienname Beer
  • Beer (Architektenfamilie), eine Familie von Barockbaumeistern aus dem Bregenzer Wald
  • Beer (Devon), einen Ort in England
  • Beer (Somerset), eine Ortschaft in der Gemeinde Aller in Somerset in England
  • Beer (Mondkrater), ein kleiner Einschlagkrater im östlichen Teil des Mare Imbrium auf dem Mond
  • Beer (Marskrater), ein Krater auf dem Mars im Südwesten von Meridiani Planum

Als Teil von hebräischen und biblischen Ortsnamen steht Beer für „Brunnen“. Als eigenständiger biblischer Ortsname siehe Beer (Bibel).

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