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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Baabar Muslim Variant of Babar: Lion. King of jungle.. M
2 Baahir Muslim Variant of Bahir: Dazzling. Brilliant.. M

3 Baal Biblical Master; lord M
4 Baal-berith Biblical Idol of the covenant. M
5 Baal-gad Biblical Idol of fortune or felicity. M
6 Baal-hamon Biblical Who rules a crowd M
7 Baal-hermon Biblical Possessor of destruction or of a thing cursed M
8 Baal-meon Biblical Idol or master of the house M
9 Baal-peor Biblical Master of the opening M
10 Baal-perazim Biblical God of divisions M
11 Baal-shalisha Biblical The god that presides over three; the third idol M
12 Baal-tamar Biblical Master of the palm-tree M
13 Baal-zebub Biblical God of the fly M

14 Baal-zephon Biblical The idol or possession of the north, hidden, secret. M
15 Baalath Biblical A rejoicing; our proud lord M
16 Baalath-beer Biblical Subjected pit. M
17 Baali Biblical My idol; lord over me M
18 Baalim Biblical Idols; masters; false gods M
19 Baalis Biblical A rejoicing; a proud lord M
20 Baalzebub Biblical The devil; fallen angel M
21 Baanah Biblical In the answer, in affliction. M
22 Baaqir. Baqeer Muslim Variant of Baqir: Deeply learned. Genius.. M
23 Baaseiah Biblical In making, in pressing together. M
24 Baasha Biblical He that seeks or lays waste M
25 Baasim Muslim Variant of Basim: Smiling.. M
26 Baasu Hindi Prosperous. M
27 Baba Egyptian Osiris's firstborn. M
28 Babafemi African Nigerian for 'my father loves me'. M
29 Babafemi Egyptian Beloved of his father. M
30 Babar Hindi Lion. M
31 Babar Muslim Lion. King of jungle.. M
32 Babel Biblical Confusion, mixture. M
33 Baber Hindi Variant of Babar: Lion. M
34 Babu Egyptian Osiris's firstborn. M
35 Babylon Biblical Confusion, mixture. M
36 Bac Scottish Bank. M
37 Baca Biblical A mulberry-tree. M
38 Baccaus Greek Name of Dionysus. M
39 Bacchus Latin God of wine. M
40 Baccus Greek Name of Dionysus. M
41 Bachir Hebrew Oldest son. M
42 Bachur Hebrew Young man. M
43 Backstere English Baker. M
44 Bacstair Gaelic Baker. M
45 Badan Welsh Boar. M
46 Badar Arabic Full moon. M
47 Badden Welsh Boar. M
48 Baddon Welsh From Baddon. M
49 Baden English Surname. M
50 Badr Arabic Variant of Badar: Full moon. M
51 Badr Muslim Full Moon.. M
52 Badr Aldin Arabic Led by Allah. M
53 Badru Arabic Variant of Badar: Full moon. M
54 Badru Egyptian Born during the full moon. M
55 Badrudeen Muslim Full moon of the Faith.. M
56 Badrudin Muslim Variant of Badrudeen: Full moon of the Faith.. M
57 Baecere Anglo-Saxon Baker. M
58 Baeddan Welsh Boar. M
59 Baen Scottish Fair skinned. M
60 Baerhloew English Ruler or lives on the bare hill. M
61 Baethan Irish Foolish. M
62 Bagdemagus ArthurianLegend Father of Meleagant. M
63 Baghel Arabic Ox. M
64 Bagot Shakespearean 'King Richard The Second' A favorite of King Richard. M
65 Bagwunagijik NativeAmerican Variant of Buegoneguig: Chippewa name meaning hole in the sky. M
66 Baha Arabic Brilliance, magnificent. M
67 Baha Muslim Beautiful. Magnificent.. M
68 Bahaadur Muslim Variant of Bahadur: Brave. Bold.. M
69 Bahadur Muslim Brave. Bold.. M
70 Bahaudeen Muslim The magnificent of the Faith.. M
71 Bahaudin Muslim Variant of Bahaudeen: The magnificent of the Faith.. M
72 Bahgat Arabic Variant of Bahjat: Happiness. M
73 Bahir Arabic Luminous;sparkling. M
74 Bahir Muslim Dazzling. Brilliant.. M
75 Bahiyudeen Muslim The magnificent of the Faith.. M
76 Bahiyudin Muslim Variant of Bahiyudeen: The magnificent of the Faith.. M
77 Bahjat Arabic Happiness. M
78 Bahlol Muslim Leader of a tribe. Jester.. M
79 Bahram Persian Name of a Persian king. M
80 Bahurim Biblical Choice, warlike, valiant. M
81 Baiardo English Variant of Bayard: Brown hair. M
82 Baigh Scottish From the upper part. M
83 Bailee English Variant of Bailey: Steward; bailiff. M
84 Bailefour Gaelic From the pasture land. M
85 Bailey English Steward or public official; man in charge. M
86 Bailey French Steward or public official; man in charge. M
87 Bailie English Variant of Bailey: Steward; bailiff. M
88 Bailintin Irish Valiant. M
89 Baillidh Gaelic Steward. M
90 Baillie English Variant of Bailey: Steward; bailiff. M
91 BaIloch Scottish From the pasture. M
92 Baily English Variant of Bailey: Steward; bailiff. M
93 Bain English Variant of Bainbridge: Bridge. M
94 Bain Gaelic Lives near the clear stream. M
95 Bainbridge English Lives near the bridge over the white water. M
96 Bainbridge Gaelic Lives by the bridge over the stream. M
97 Bainbrydge English Lives near the bridge over the white water. M
98 Bainhrydge Gaelic Lives by the bridge over the stream. M
99 Baird Celtic Bard. M
100 Baird English Minstrel; a singer-poet. M
101 Baird Gaelic Poet. M
102 Baird Irish Bard. M
103 Baird Scottish From Baird. M
104 Bairrfhionn Celtic Marksman. M
105 Bairrfhoinn Irish Handsome. M
106 Baithazar Greek Protect the king. The Greek form of the Old Testament Bel-shazzar, referring to the Babylonian god Bel. One of the Magi mentioned in Matthew's story of the Na-tivity was Balthasar. M
107 Bajith Biblical A house . M
108 Bakari African Swahili name meaning 'promising'. M
109 Bakari Egyptian Noble oath. M
110 Baker English Baker. M
111 Bakhtaawar Muslim Variant of Bakhtawar: Fortunate. Lucky.. M
112 Bakhtawar Muslim Fortunate. Lucky.. M
113 Bakhtiaar Muslim Variant of Bakhtiar: Lucky. Fortunate.. M
114 Bakhtiar Muslim Lucky. Fortunate.. M
115 Bakhtiyar Muslim Variant of Bakhtiar: Lucky. Fortunate.. M
116 Bakli Norse Son of Blaeng. M
117 Bakor Arabic Variant of Bakr: Camel. M
118 Bakr Arabic Camel. M
119 Bakr Muslim Young. camel. First born.. M
120 Bal Hindi Baby with a full head of hair. M
121 Bala Hindi Child. M
122 Balaam Biblical The ancient of the people, the destruction of the people. M
123 Balabhadra Hindi Fortunate; lucky. M
124 Baladan Biblical One without judgment. M
125 Balahadra Indian Brother of Krishna. M
126 Balak Biblical Who lays waste or destroys M
127 Balakrishna Hindi Young Krishna. M
128 Balamy English Variant of Bellamy: Good-looking companion. M
129 Balarama Indian Brother of Krishna. M
130 Balasi Greek Flat footed. M
131 Balaza Latin Stutters. M
132 Balbas Latin Speaker. M
133 Balbo Latin Speaker. M
134 Bald German Diminutive of Baldwin: Brave friend. M
135 Baldassare Italian Italian form of Bathalsar. M
136 Baldassario Italian Italian form of Bathalsar. M
137 Baldemar German Princely. M
138 Balder English Brave warrior; bold army. M
139 Balder Norse Son of Odin. M
140 Balder Scandinavian Prince. M
141 Baldev Hindi Strong god. M
142 Baldhere English Bold army. M
143 Baldie Scottish Diminutive of Archibald: True and bold. Also 'bald'. Introduced from England and Germany during the Norman conquest, the Scottish interpreted the 'bald' to refer to the shaven head of a monk. M
144 Baldlice Anglo-Saxon Bold. M
145 Baldovino German Variant of Baldwin: Brave friend. M
146 Baldr Norse Son of Odin. M
147 Baldric German Brave ruler. M
148 Baldrick German Variant of Baldric: Brave ruler. M
149 Baldrik German Bold. M
150 Balduin Danish Bold. M
151 Balduin German Bold friend. M
152 Baldulf ArthurianLegend A knight. M
153 Baldur English Variant of Balder: Brave warrior; bold army. M
154 Baldur Norse Son of Odin. M
155 Baldur Scandinavian Variant of Balder: Prince. M
156 Baldwin English From the Old English Bealdwine, or the Old German equivalent Baldavin, meaning bold friend. Frequently used in medieval Britain, and was the basis of a number of surnames. M
157 Baldwin German Brave friend. M
158 Baldwin Teutonic Noble friend. M
159 Baldwinn German Variant of Baldwin: Brave friend. M
160 Baldwyn German Bold friend. M
161 Baldwyn Teutonic Noble friend. M
162 Baldwynn German Variant of Baldwin: Brave friend. M
163 Baleegh Muslim Variant of Baligh: Eloquent. Vivid.. M
164 Balen ArthurianLegend Brother of Balaan. M
165 Balen Hindi Variant of Bala: Child. M
166 Balen Latin Brave. M
167 Balendin Latin Fierce; brave. M
168 Balfor Gaelic Variant of Balfour: From the grazing land. M
169 Balfore Gaelic Variant of Balfour: From the grazing land. M
170 Balfour Gaelic From the grazing land. M
171 Balfour Scottish From the pastureland. M
172 Balgair Scottish Fox. M
173 Balgaire Scottish Fox. M
174 Bali Hindi Variant of Balin: Soldier. Also, in Hindu mythology, the monkey king who can weaken enemies with a wish. M
175 Bali Indian Mighty warrior. M
176 Baligh Muslim Eloquent. Vivid.. M
177 Balin ArthurianLegend Brother of Balaan. M
178 Balin Hindi Soldier. Also, in Hindu mythology, the monkey king who can weaken enemies with a wish. M
179 Balin Indian Mighty warrior. M
180 Baline Latin Strong and healthy. M
181 Balint Latin Strong and healthy. M
182 Ballard German Mighty. M
183 Ballas Latin Stutters. M
184 Balldwin German Variant of Baldwin: Brave friend. M
185 Ballinamore Irish From the great river. M
186 Ballindeny Irish From the town of oak wood. M
187 Balmoral Scottish From the majestic village. M
188 Balmung Norse Siegfried's sword. M
189 Balraj Hindi Strong king. M
190 Balta Greek Diminutive of Balthasar: One of the Three Kings of Christmas. M
191 Baltasar German Protected by God. M
192 Baltasar Swedish Protected by God. M
193 Balthasar Greek Protect the king. The Greek form of the Old Testament Bel-shazzar, referring to the Babylonian god Bel. One of the Magi mentioned in Matthew's story of the Na-tivity was Balthasar. M
194 Balthasar Persian War advisor. M
195 Balthasar Shakespearean 'The Merchant of Venice' Servant to Portia. 'Much Ado About Nothing' Attendant on Don Pedro. 'The Tragedy of Romeo And Juliet' Servant to Romeo. M
196 Balthazar Shakespearean 'The Comedy of Errors' A merchant. M
197 Baltsaros Greek Greek form of Balthazar. M
198 Balu Hindi Diminutive of Balabhadra: Fortunate; lucky. Also a variant of Bala: Child. M
199 Balun Hindi Variant of Bala: Child. M
200 Bama Hebrew Son of prophecy. M