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Girl Names Starting with Ba-

Ba- baby names and what they mean, with 38 results. Ba- names are used more often as masculine names. These girl names were at the height of their popularity during the years 1930-1939 (ADOPTION OF 4.63%) and have become much less popular since (ADOPTION 0.27%, 94%), with names like Barbara becoming somewhat outmoded. Bailee (#587) is the most trendy birth name in this list, while Bach (TOP 2%) and Bates (1%) are popular Ba- last names. Here is the list of Ba- names for boys.

Ba- names

Babe - Barcelona | Barinda - Bay

Babe - Barcelona

Babe

Babe1
Origin fr. Greek. "Foreign." Baby is also a somewhat common kid's name. See also Baubie.

Babette

Babette1
Var. of Elizabeth. From Hebrew language. "God is my oath." Popular, and Babette is comparable to common -tte surnames Baggette (TOP 54%), Bigaouette (88%). See also Babbett.

Babette2
Derived fr. French, Greek, Hebrew. "Foreign; God is my oath." Somewhat unfamiliar as a children's name nowadays, but Babette is still recorded commonly as a first name for women. See also Babbett.

Bader, var. Badr
Root fr. Arabic language. "Full moon." Compare surnames Badner (TOP 83%), Bander (45%).

Bahira
Var. of Behira. Stems fr. Hebrew, Arabic elements. "Shining, bright." Bahira is not often used as a children's name. See also Barra.

Baila

Baila
Root fr. Spanish. "Dance." Baila became less trendy in 2016, dropping -102 positions as a girls' name to reach #1819. See also Bali.

Bailey and variants

Bailey, var. Bayly, Baylie, Bayley, Bayleigh, Bayla, Baylee, Bali, Baleigh, Baily, Baillie, Bailly, Bailley, Bailie, Baileigh, Bailee, Bailei
From Old English element. "Berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification." Bailei, Bailley, Baillie, Bailly and Bali are more exclusive as birth names among the variant forms of Bailey.

Baja
Based on Spanish element. "Lower." Baja is seldom adopted as a children's name. See also Basia.

Bakura
Root fr. Hebrew. "A ripe fruit." Bakura is rare as a female name. See also Sakura.

Balbina, var. Balbine
Source fr. Latin word. "Little stutterer." Not widespread. Balbina and Balbine are not found in the US Demographics.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ba- names: Babe, Babette, Baila, Bailee, Baileigh

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ba- names: Bailey, Bailie, Baily, Baleigh, Bama

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ba- names: Bambi, Barb, Barbara, Barbie, Barbra

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ba- names: Bari, Barrie, Baylee, Bayleigh, Bayley, Baylie

Ballade
Name of a musical or poetic .. A rare girls' name. See also Bolade.

Ballona
Form of Bellona. Derivative of Latin language. "Goddess of battle." Ballona is seldom adopted as a children's name. See also Billina.

Bama

Bama
Derived fr. Hebrew. "Son of prophecy." Adoption of Bama was widespread 136 years ago. See also Basma.

Bambi and variants

Bambi, var. Bamby, Bambina, Bambie, Bambalina
Root fr. Italian language. Pet name .. Bambi is a conventional (TOP 36%) first name, while Bambalina, Bambie, Bambina and Bamby are unique.

Banee
Source fr. Vietnamese word. Variant of Bonnie. Benee and Binee are creative forms. See also Bunnee.

Bao
Derived fr. Chinese word. "Bundle or package; precious treasure; guarantee." Not much used as a birth name, Bao exists more commonly as a last name.

Baptista, var. Bautista, Battista, Batista, Baptiste
Derivative of Latin, Greek. "To dip." Baptiste and variants are seldom used as birth names.

Bara and variants

Bara, var. Barrie, Barra1, Bari, Barah
Root fr. Hebrew, Arabic words. "To select; innocent." Bari (TOP 100%) and Barrie (75%) are commonplace given names, while Bara, Barah and Barra are intermittently used.

Barbara and variants

Barbara, var. Bauby, Baubie, Basia, Basha, Barby, Barra2, Barbro, Barbra, Barbora, Barbi, Barbie, Barbey, Barbette, Barbera, Barbeeleen, Barbel, Barbarita, Barbarit, Barbarella, Barb, Barbar, Barabara, Baibin, Babs, Babette3, Babita, Babett, Babe2, Babbie, Babbett, Babbette, Babb, Babara, Baba, Bab
Based on Latin element. "Foreign woman." Widely used, with usage of 0.014% for Barbara and variants as birth names in 2016, higher than 0.014% the previous year.

Barcelona
Barcelona is an irregularly used female name, existing commonly (UPPER 16%) as a last name.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ba- names for girls.

1. Babe - Barcelona
Babe, Elizabeth [Babette], Babette, Bader [Badr], Behira [Bahira], Baila, Bailey [Bali, Bayly, Bayla, Baylie, Bayley, Baylee, Baleigh, Bayleigh, ..], Baja, Bakura, Balbina [Balbine], Ballade, Bellona [Ballona], Bama, Bambi [Bamby, Bambie, Bambina, Bambalina], Banee, Bao, Baptista [Batista, Bautista, Battista, Baptiste], Bara [Bari, Barra, Barah, Barrie], Barbara [Bauby, Basia, Basha, Barra, Barby, Baubie, Barbro, Barbra, ..], Barcelona


Barinda, Barra, Bernice [Barry, Barri, Barrie], Barrie [Bari, Barri], Bartha [Barta], Beracha [Barucha], Basha [Basja, Basia], Basilia [Bazile, Basile, Bazilla, Bazille, Basille, Basilie, Bazeelle, Bazeelia, ..], Basma [Basima, Baseema], Sebastiane [Bastia, Bastiana], Bat, Bathilda [Batilde, Batilda, Bathild, Bathilde], Bathsheba [Batya, Batshua, Batsheva, Batsheba, Bathshua, Bathseva], Bathshira, Bettina [Battina], Batya [Batel, Basha], Roberta [Baubie], Bay

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