Baby Names Beginning with B for Girls
Boy Names | Girl NamesBabe - Barrie | Bartha - Beda | Bedelia - Benigna | Benita - Bertrona | Berura - Beyonce | Bianca - Blake | Blanche - Bolanile | Bonfilia - Bree | Breena - Bristol | Brit - Bryn | Brynn - Burnett
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Common one-syllable B- girl name: Barb▼.
Common two-syllable B- girl names: Bailee▲, Bailey▲, Bama, Bambi, Barbra▼, Baylee▲, Bayleigh, Baylie, Bobbi▼, Bobbie▼, Bobby▼, Bonnie▼, Bonny▼.
Common three-syllable B- girl name: Barbara▼.
All Names from Babe - Barrie
Babe. "Foreign." Babe (cf. Babl) is a popular Bab- prefix last name. See also Bobbe.
Babette. "Foreign; God is my oath." Babetce, Beebette and Brabette are kreatif variations.
Bader, Badr. "Full moon." Outside Top 1000.
Baila, Byla, Beyla. "Dance." Rare, with the androgynous -la ending for Baila, Beyla, Byla, like Billa.
Bailey▲, Bali, Bayla, Bayly, Baily, Bayley, Baylie, Bailei, Baylee▲, Bailie, Bailly, .. 6 more. "Berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification." Adoption of Bailey, Bailee, etc. as children's names in 2014 was 10.7% less than the previous decade.
Baja. "Lower." Baja is rare as a baby name. See also Basia.
Bakura. "A ripe fruit." Rare, with the feminine-sounding -ra ending, like Belindra.
Balbina, Balbine. "Little stutterer." Not Top 1000 names.
Ballade. Rare. Ballade, like Brinhilde, has the androgynous -de ending.
Bama. "Son of prophecy." Somewhat widely used as a birth name, Bama is similar to the popular Jama. See also Rama.
Bambi, Bamby, Bambie, Bambina, Bambalina. Bambi is popular as a form.
Banee. Rare, with the feminine-sounding -nee suffix, like Bunnee. See also Ranee.
Bao. "Bundle or package; precious treasure; guarantee." Bao is a prevalent (top 88%) feminine name, and is found frequently (top 17%) as a last name. See also Bo.
Baptista, Batista, Bautista, Battista, Baptiste. "To dip." Not in popularity charts.
Bara, Bari, Barah, Barra, Barrie. "To select; innocent." Rare, with the feminine-sounding -ara suffix for Bara, like Barbara.
Barbara▼, Bab, Babs, Barb▼, Beba, Babe, Bebe, Bibi, Baba, Babb, Basia, .. 41 more. "Foreign woman." Adoption of Bauby and form was common among parents 6 decades ago and is almost as conventional now, but with Bobbie becoming somewhat dated.
Barcelona. Not in popularity charts.
Barinda. Unique, with the -inda ending, like Brinda. See also Zarinda.
Barra. Cross-gender use. Barra, like the similar Barta, occurs more usually as a last name.
Barrie, Bari, Barri. "Spear." Barrie, Bari and Barri are not in the Top 1000.