Baby Names starting with B for girls



Baby Names from A to Z

Babe. Seldom used as a name for baby girls, occurring more often as a surname. See also Bobi.

Babette. A scarce given name for baby girls nowadays, though occurring regularly as a first name among women in the community in the US Census. See also Barbette.

Bader, var. Badr, means "full moon". Bader is an unusual given name, occurring often (Top 5%) as a surname in the US Census.

Baila, var. Byla, Beyla, means "dance". Rare as a birth name. See also Laila.

Bailey, var. Bali, Bayla, Bayly, Baily, Bayley, Baylie, Bailei, Baylee, Bailie, Bailly, .. 6 more, means "berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification". Name suited for both girls and boys. Bailey is prevalent (Top 43%) as a feminine name, and it occurs often (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census. The forms Baylie and Bailee are generally used as variations of this name.

Baja, means "lower". A rare baby name. See also Raja.

Bakura, means "a ripe fruit". Rare as a girls' name. See also Sakura.

Balbina, var. Balbine, means "little stutterer". Scarcely used as a given name. See also Bambina.

Ballade. Rarely used as a name for babies. See also Bolade.

Bambi, var. Bamby, Bambie, Bambina, Bambalina. Bambi is a recognizable (Top 36%) women's name. See also Barbi.

Banee. Scarce as a girls' name. See also Ranee.

Bao, means "bundle or package; precious treasure; guarantee". Rare as a name for kids these days, though Bao is still found commonly as a first name among the female populace in the US Census. See also Beau.

Baptista, var. Batista, Bautista, Battista, Baptiste, means "to dip". Scarcely used as a birth name, Baptista exists more often as a surname.

Bara, var. Bari, Barah, Barra, Barrie, means "to select; innocent". Bara is rare as a female name, and it occurs frequently (Top 22%) as a last name in the US Census. The form Barrie is generally used as a version of Bara.

Barbara, var. Bab, Babs, Barb, Beba, Babe, Bebe, Bibi, Baba, Babb, Basia, .. 41 more, means "foreign woman". Barbara is a recognizable (Top 1%) female name, appearing commonly (Top 13%) as a last name in the US Census. The variations Bonnie, Bibi, Barbera and Babette are prevalent as variant forms of Barbara.

Barcelona. Scarcely used as a birth name, Barcelona exists more often as a surname.

Barinda. Unique as a name for children. See also Marinda.

Barra. Scarcely used as a name for newborns, Barra is used more often as a surname. Name suitable for both girls and boys.

Barrie, var. Bari, Barri, means "spear". Name used for both girls and boys. Barrie is conventional (Top 75%) as a first name, and it occurs commonly (Top 16%) as a last name according to the US Census. The form Bari is widely used as a version of the name.

Bartha, var. Barta, means "shining, brilliant". Bartha is scarce as a first name, and it appears commonly (Top 39%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Eartha.

Basha, var. Basja, Basia, means "stranger". Seldom used as a name for children, Basha is used more often as a surname. See also Sasha.

Basilia, var. Basile, Bazile, Baseele, Basilie, Bazeele, Bazilla, Bazille, Basille, Bazeelle, Baseelia, .. 2 more, means "royal, regal". Basilia is prevalent (Top 93%) as a feminine name. See also Sasilia.

Basma, var. Basima, Baseema, means "smile". Basma is a scarce women's name. See also Basia.

Bat, means "daughter". Rarely used as a baby name. Also used as a boys' name.

Bathilda, var. Bathild, Batilda, Batilde, Bathilde, Bertilde, Bertilda, Berthilde, Berthilda, means "woman warrior". A scarce baby name. See also Mathilda.

Bathsheba, var. Batya, Batshua, Bathseva, Batsheva, Batsheba, Bathshua, Bethsheba, Bethsabee, means "daughter of oath". Bathsheba is sparsely used as a female name. The form Sheba is familiar as a version of Bathsheba.

Bathshira, means "seventh girl-child". Unique as a name for babies.

Batya, var. Batel, Basha, Bitya, means "daughter of God". A scarce baby name. See also Datya.

Bay, means "berry". Name suitable for both women and men. A scarce given name, Bay is found more conventionally as a surname.

Bea, var. Bee. A scarce birth name for girls, occurring more conventionally as a surname. The form Bee is commonly used as a version of Bea.

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