Bromley 166 .. "Meadow where broom grows." Scarce as a given name for baby boys, Bromley is found more often as a surname. See also Brinley. Place name .. [Bromlea, Bromlee, .. 2 more]
Bromwell 167 .. "Well where broom grows." Bromwell is a scantly used male name, appearing frequently (Top 59%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Bramwel. Place name. [Bromwyl]
Brooks▲ 168 .. "Water, small stream." Unisex name. The name Brooks has surged in popularity over the years. The form Brook is popular as a version of the name. Director Brooks Atkinson. [Brook, Brooke, .. 2 more]
Broughton 169 .. "Setlement near the fortress." Seldom used as a name for babies, existing more often as a surname. See also Brighton. Place name.
Bruno▼ 170 .. "Brown." The name Bruno has declined in popularity as a birth name for males over time. See also Brenn. Literary: use in the English-speaking world from the end of the 19th century may have been inspired by Lewis Carroll's "Sylvie and Bruno" (1889) .. [Bruin, .. 2 more]
Buck▼ 171 .. The word for a male goat or deer, used as a given name or nickname that denotes a robust and spirited young man .. Usage of Buck as a given name has declined over the years. See also Beck. [Buckey, Buckie, .. 2 more]
Buckley 172 .. "Deer meadow." Scarce as a given name for baby boys, Buckley is found more often as a surname. Place name ..
Buckminister 173 .. "Monastery where deer dwell." Rarely used as a given name for baby boys. Place name ..
Bud▼ 174 .. "Brother." The name Bud has declined in popularity as a given name for baby boys over time. The form Buddie is prevalent as a variation of the name. Also possibly from Scotish Gaelic "a bhodaich", meaning "old man" .. [Budd, Buddey, .. 2 more]
Buford▼ 175 .. "Ford near the aviary." Buford is a recognizable (Top 62%) male name, appearing frequently (Top 3%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Burford. This was given as a surname for people from Buford in Yorkshire, England. [Beuford, .. 1 more]