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Baby Names Beginning with B for Girls

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Babe - 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.

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Top 1000 baby names ranking of B names: Bailey, Bama, Bambi, Barbara

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.