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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Baal-berith Biblical Idol of the covenant. F
2 Baal-gad Biblical Idol of fortune or felicity. F

3 Baal-zephon Biblical The idol or possession of the north, hidden, secret. F
4 Baalah Biblical Her idol; she that is governed or subdued; a spouse F
5 Baalath-beer Biblical Subjected pit. F
6 Baano Muslim Variant of Bano: Lady. Princess.. F
7 Baara Biblical A flame, purging. F
8 Baaseiah Biblical In making, in pressing together. F
9 Bab Arabic From the gateway. F
10 Bab English Diminutive of Barbara: From the Greek barbaros meaning foreign or strange, traveler from a foreign land. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning. F
11 Babel Biblical Confusion, mixture. F
12 Babette French A French diminutive of Elizabeth, a Hewbrew name meaning 'My God is plentiful', now frequently used as an independent name. F
13 Babette Greek Variant of Elizabeth: From the Hebrew Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction. Famous bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth was mother of John the Baptist and one of the earliest known bearers of this name; Queen Elizabeth II. F

14 Babette Hebrew Variant of Elisabeth: From Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction. F
15 Babita Greek Stranger. F
16 Babs English Diminutive of Barbara: From the Greek barbaros meaning foreign or strange, traveler from a foreign land. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning. F
17 Babylon Biblical Confusion, mixture. F
18 Baca Biblical A mulberry-tree. F
19 Badi'a Muslim Unprecedented. Admirable. Unique.. F
20 Badra Muslim Full moon.. F
21 Badriyyah Muslim Resembling the full moon.. F
22 Bahaar Muslim Variant of Bahar: Spring.. F
23 Bahar Muslim Spring.. F
24 Bahira Arabic Sparkling. F
25 Bahira Muslim Dazzling. Brilliant.. F
26 Bahiti Egyptian Fortune. F
27 Bahjat Muslim Splendor. Magnificence.. F
28 Bahurim Biblical Choice, warlike, valiant. F
29 Baibin Greek Stranger. F
30 BaIbina Latin Strong. F
31 Baibre Irish Strange. F
32 Baigum Muslim Variant of Begum: Princess. Lady.. F
33 Bailee English Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
34 Bailee French Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
35 Bailey English Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
36 Bailey French Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
37 Bairbre Greek Stranger. F
38 Bajith Biblical A house . F
39 Baka Hindi Crane. F
40 Bakht Muslim Luck. Lottery.. F
41 Baladan Biblical One without judgment. F
42 Balara Latin Strong. F
43 Balbina Italian Stammers. F
44 Balbina Polish Stammers. F
45 Balbine Latin Strong. F
46 Baldhart German Bold or strong. F
47 Baleegha Muslim Variant of Baligha: Eloquent. Lasting.. F
48 Balera Latin Strong. F
49 Balere Basque Strong. F
50 Balere Latin Strong. F
51 Baligha Muslim Eloquent. Lasting.. F
52 Ballard German Bold or strong. F
53 Bambi Italian Little child; bambino. Pet name. F
54 Bamhi Italian Little child; bambino. Pet name. F
55 Banan Muslim Delicate.. F
56 Bano Muslim Lady. Princess.. F
57 Banon Welsh Queen. F
58 Baptista Greek Baptizer. F
59 Baptiste Italian Named for John the Baptist. F
60 Barabal Gaelic Stranger. F
61 Barabell Gaelic Stranger. F
62 Baraka Arabic White. F
63 Baraka Muslim White one.. F
64 Barbara English From the Greek barbaros meaning foreign or strange, traveler from a foreign land. Popular in medieval Britain after the 3rd century martyr St Barbara. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning. F
65 Barbara Greek 'Stranger; Foreigner; Traveler from a foreign land.' From the Greek barbaros. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning. F
66 Barbary English A form of Barbara popular in Medeival Britain after the 3rd century martyr St. Barbara. F
67 Barbi English Traveler from a foreign land. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning. F
68 Barbi Greek Traveler from a foreign land. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning. F
69 Barbie English Diminutive of Barbara: From the Greek barbaros meaning foreign or strange, traveler from a foreign land. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning. F
70 Barbie Greek Dry. A flower name. F
71 Barbra English A variant of Barbara, meaning foreign or strange, traveler from a foreign land. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning. Famous bearer: , American singer Barbra Streisand. F
72 Barbra Greek Dry. A flower name. F
73 Barbro Swedish Swedish form of Barbara: stranger. F
74 Bari'ah Muslim Excelling.. F
75 Barika Muslim Bloom or be successful. F
76 Barkarna Basque Lonely. F
77 Barkarne Basque Lonely. F
78 Barran Irish Little top. F
79 Barrie Gaelic Feminine form of Barry: Pointed object. F
80 Barrie Irish A form of Barry, from the Irish word for spear. This name is given more commonly to men, but also used as a feminine name. Also Fair-haired. Famous bearer: Sir J. M. Barrie created Peter Pan. F
81 Basha Polish Stranger. F
82 Basham Greek Stranger. F
83 Basheera Muslim Variant of Bashira: Glad tiding. Happy news.. F
84 Bashemath Biblical Perfumed; confusion of death; in desolation F
85 Bashiga Arabic Joyful. F
86 Bashira Arabic Joyful. F
87 Bashira Muslim Glad tiding. Happy news.. F
88 Bashirah Muslim Variant of Bashira: Glad tiding. Happy news.. F
89 Basilia Greek Feminine form of Basil: Royal. Kingly. Regal. Derived from the same Greek word as the plant name basil. Famous bearer: St Basil the Great was Bishop of Caesarea in the latter half of the 4th century. F
90 Basilie Greek Feminine form of Basil: Royal. Kingly. Regal. Derived from the same Greek word as the plant name basil. Famous bearer: St Basil the Great was Bishop of Caesarea in the latter half of the 4th century. F
91 Basimah Muslim Smiling.. F
92 Basmah Muslim A smile.. F
93 Bast Egyptian Personification of the heat of the sun. F
94 Bastet Egyptian Eat. F
95 Bathild German Heroine. F
96 Bathild Teutonic Commanding. F
97 Bathilda German Heroine. F
98 Bathilda Teutonic Commanding. F
99 Bathilde German Heroine. F
100 Bathilde Teutonic Commanding. F
101 Bathsheba Biblical The seventh daughter; the daughter of satiety F
102 Bathsheba Hebrew Oath; Voluptuous. Famous bearer: Bathsheha Everdene, heroine of Thomas Hardy's novel 'Far from the Madding Crowd'; Old Testament King David's wife Bathsheba. F
103 Bathsuha Biblical The seventh daughter; the daughter of satiety F
104 Batool Muslim Variant of Batul: Ascetic virgin. Maiden.. F
105 Battista Italian Named for John the Baptist. F
106 Battseeyon Hebrew Daughter of Zion. F
107 Battzion Hebrew Daughter of Zion. F
108 Batul Arabic Virgin. F
109 Batul Muslim Ascetic virgin. Maiden.. F
110 Batula Arabic Virgin. F
111 Batya Hebrew Daughter of God. F
112 Baubie English Diminutive of Barbara: From the Greek barbaros meaning foreign or strange, traveler from a foreign land. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning. F
113 Baucis Greek Wife of Philemon. F
114 Bautista Italian Named for John the Baptist. F
115 Baylee English Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
116 Baylee French Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
117 Bayley English Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
118 Bayley French Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
119 Baylie English Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
120 Baylie French Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
121 Bea Latin Diminutive of Beatrice and variant of Beatrix meaning bringer of joy. F
122 Beadu English Warrior maid. F
123 Bealoth Biblical Cast under. F
124 Bearrocscir Anglo-Saxon From Berkshire. F
125 Beat Latin Diminutive of Beatrice and variant of Beatrix meaning bringer of joy. F
126 Beata Latin Happy; Many. This name has rarely been found in the English speaking world after the 18th century. F
127 Beata Polish Blesses. F
128 Beata Swedish Blessed. F
129 Beate Latin Many. F
130 Beate Polish Blesses. F
131 Beatha Celtic Life. F
132 Beathag Hebrew To serve God. F
133 Beathas Scottish Wise. F
134 Beatrice Gaelic Feminine form of Beattie: Bringer of joy; blesses. F
135 Beatrice Italian Blesses. F
136 Beatrice Latin A variant of Beatrix meaning bringer of joy. Famous bearer: Beatrice was Dante's guide through Paradise in the 'Divine Comedy', perhaps inspired by Beatrice Portinari, Dante's earliest love. F
137 Beatrice Shakespearean 'Much Ado About Nothing' Niece to Leonato. F
138 Beatricia Italian Blesses. F
139 Beatrisa Spanish Brings happiness. Brings joy. F
140 Beatrix Italian Brings joy. F
141 Beatrix Latin Bringer of joy, brings joy. Famous bearers: Beatrix was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086. Twentieth century children's writer and illustrator Beatrix Potter created Peter Rabbit. F
142 Beatriz Latin Brings joy. F
143 Beatriz Spanish Brings happiness. Brings joy. F
144 Beattie Latin Diminutive of Beatrix: Bringer of joy, brings joy, happy. F
145 Beatty Latin Diminutive of Beatrix: Bringer of joy, brings joy, happy. F
146 Bebai Biblical Void, empty. F
147 Bebhinn Gaelic Harmony. F
148 Bebhinn Irish Singer. F
149 Becca English Abbreviation of Rebecca. F
150 Becki English Abbreviation of Rebecca. F
151 Becky English Abbreviation of Rebecca. F
152 Becky Hebrew An abbreviation of Rebecca, meaning captivated, or captivating, frequently used as an independent name. Famous bearer: Fictional character Becky Sharp, the unethical heroine of Thackeray's 1948 novel Vanity Fair. F
153 Beda English Warrior maid. F
154 Bedad Biblical Alone, solitary. F
155 Bedegrayne ArthurianLegend Name of a castle. F
156 Bedelia Celtic A variant of Bridget, who was the mythic Celtic goddess of fire and poetry. F
157 Bedelia Irish A variant of Bridget, meaning the high one or strength. Famous bearer: 6th century Irish abbess Brigid )known as St Bridget or St Bride) founded Ireland's first women's religious community. F
158 Bee Latin Diminutive of Beatrice. A variant of Beatrix meaning bringer of joy. F
159 Beer Biblical A well. F
160 Beer-lahai-roi Biblical The well of him that liveth and seeth me. F
161 Beerelim Biblical The well of Elim, or of rains. F
162 Beeroth Biblical Wells, explaining. F
163 Beersheba Biblical The well of an oath, the seventh well. F
164 Befle Latin Diminutive of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable.Amabel was used frequently during the Middle Ages and briefly in the 19th century, and has now been largely replaced by the diminutive Mabel. F
165 Begum Muslim Princess. Lady.. F
166 Behemoth Biblical Beasts. F
167 Behula Indian Perfect wife. F
168 Beitris Gaelic Gaelic form of Beatrice. F
169 Bekah Biblical Half a shekel. F
170 Bel Czechoslovakian White. F
171 Bel English Diminutive of Annabel: Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's poem Annahel Lee' made the form Annabel popular throughout the English-speaking world in the 19th century. The form Annabelle became popular in the mid-2Oth century. F
172 Bel French Fair. Lovely one. Sometimes used as an independent name associated with the French word belle, meaning beautiful. F
173 Bel German Diminutive of Belinda: From the Old German Betlindis, which is derived from the word for snake. F
174 Bel Latin Beautiful, loving, lovable. Diminutive of Amabel, Annabel, Belinda, or Isabel. F
175 Bel Spanish Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish variant of Elizabeth. F
176 Bela Czechoslovakian White. F
177 Bela Hindi Jasmine. F
178 Bela Hungarian Intelligent. F
179 Belah Biblical Destroying. F
180 Belakane ArthurianLegend An African queen. F
181 Belda French Fair maiden. F
182 Belen Spanish Bethlehem. F
183 Belia Czechoslovakian White. F
184 Belinda English Very beautiful. F
185 Belinda German From the Old German Betlindis, which is derived from the word for snake. F
186 Belinda Italian Serpentine. F
187 Belinda Latin Very beautiful. F
188 Belinda Spanish Attractive. F
189 Bell Czechoslovakian White. F
190 Bell English Diminutive of Annabel: Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's poem Annahel Lee' made the form Annabel popular throughout the English-speaking world in the 19th century. The form Annabelle became popular in the mid-2Oth century. F
191 Bell French Fair. Lovely one. Sometimes used as an independent name associated with the French word belle, meaning beautiful. F
192 Bell German Diminutive of Belinda: From the Old German Betlindis, which is derived from the word for snake. F
193 Bell Latin Beautiful, loving, lovable. Diminutive of Amabel, Annabel, Belinda, or Isabel. F
194 Bell Spanish Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish variant of Elizabeth. F
195 Bella French Sometimes used as an independent name associated with the French word belle, meaninn beautiful. F
196 Bella Hebrew Devoted to God. F
197 Bella Hungarian Intelligent. F
198 Bella Latin A diminutive of Isabella. Also a diminutive of Annabella and Arabella meaning yielding to prayer. Also a variant of Amabel meaning beautiful, loving, lovable, graceful. F
199 Bella Spanish Beautiful. Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish variant of Elizabeth. F
200 Bellance Italian White. F