Babe, means "foreign". Babe (cf. Baie, Baze) is a popular Ba- prefix last name. See also Bobbe.
Babette, means "foreign; God is my oath". Rare, but Babette is comparable to popular Ba- surnames Baete (upper 90%), Barrette (9%). See also Barbette.
Bailey, var. Bali, Bayla, Bayly, Baily, Bayley, Baylie, Bailei, Baylee, Bailie, Bailly, .. 6 more, means "berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification". Usage of Bailee and forms intensified in 1997 and is almost as widespread now.
Baja, means "lower". Baja is rare as a baby name. See also Baba.
Bakura, means "a ripe fruit". Uncommon. Compare Bakura and common surnames Bakar (upper 65%), Bakun (56%), with the Bak- prefix.
Ballade. Rare. Ballade, like Jade, Scheherezade, ends with the familiar androgynous -ade.
Banee. Uncommon. Compare Banee and common surnames Knee (upper 12%), Vanee (56%), which also end with -nee. See also Ranee.
Bao, means "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.
Barbara▼, var. Bab, Babs, Barb▼, Beba, Babe, Bebe, Bibi, Baba, Babb, Basia, .. 41 more, means "foreign woman". Adoption of Bauby and forms peaked during 1950-1959 and is lower today, with Barbara, Bobby, Bonny, Bobbie and Bobbi becoming somewhat dated.
Barcelona. Uncommon. Barcelona (cf. Chazona, Winnona) ends with the common feminine -ona.
Barinda. Unique. Barinda, like Salinda, Zerlinda, ends with the popular feminine -inda. See also Zarinda.
Barra. Gender-neutral name. Barra, like the similar Barta, occurs more usually as a last name.
Bat, means "daughter". Unusual, but Bat is similar to common last names Bath (top 7%), Bar (20%), with the Ba- prefix. Unisex name.
Bathshira, means "seventh girl-child". Outside Top 1000.
Bay, means "berry". Unisex name. Bay, like the similar-sounding Bo, exists more often as a last name.