Baby Names starting with B for girls



Baby Names from A to Z

Babe. A given name that is only scarcely used, Babe occurs more frequently as a surname. See also Bobi.

Babette. Only sporadically used as a given name nowadays, but Babette is still recorded regularly as a first name among the general female population in the US Census. See also Babbette.

Bader, var. Badr, means "full moon". Bader is an unusual feminine name, and it occurs frequently (Top 5%) as a last name in the US Census.

Baila, var. Byla, Beyla, means "dance". Only rarely used as a girls' name. See also Bayly.

Baja, means "lower". A name for babies that is not broadly used. See also Basja.

Bakura, means "a ripe fruit". A girls' name that is only intermittently used.

Balbina, var. Balbine, means "little stutterer". Only rarely used as a name for girls. See also Bambina.

Ballade. Not frequently used as a name for girls.

Banee. Not frequently used as a name for girls. See also Bianey.

Bao, means "bundle or package; precious treasure; guarantee". Only rarely used as a girls' name these days, though Bao still occurs regularly as a first name among the female populace according to the US Census. See also Beau.

Bara, var. Bari, Barah, Barra, Barrie, means "to select; innocent". A birth name that is not commonly used, occurring more frequently as a surname. The form Bari is widely used as a variation of Bara.

Barcelona. Only sporadically used as a given name, Barcelona is used more conventionally as a last name.

Barinda. Not frequently used as a name for girls. See also Brinda.

Barra. Only sporadically used as a given name, Barra is used more conventionally as a last name. Name suitable for both girls and boys.

Barrie, var. Bari, Barri, means "spear". Both a feminine and a masculine name. Barrie is familiar (Top 75%) as a given name, occurring regularly (Top 16%) as a surname according to the US Census.

Bartha, var. Barta, means "shining, brilliant". A baby name that is not broadly used, existing more frequently as a surname. See also Birtha.

Basha, var. Basja, Basia, means "stranger". Basha is unusual as a feminine name, and it occurs frequently (Top 60%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Tasha.

Basma, var. Basima, Baseema, means "smile". Basma is unusual as a feminine name. See also Basha.

Bat, means "daughter". A name suitable for both sexes. Only sporadically used as a given name for baby girls.

Bathshira, means "seventh girl-child". Not widely used as a birth name.

Batya, var. Batel, Basha, Bitya, means "daughter of God". Only rarely used as a name for girls. See also Beata.

Bay, means "berry". Not frequently used as a name for babies, Bay is found more conventionally as a last name. Name used for both genders.

Bea, var. Bee. Bea is common (Top 44%) as a feminine name, appearing frequently (Top 24%) as a last name in the US Census. The variation Bee is commonplace as a variant form of the name.

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