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Girl Names Starting with Bl-

Bl- baby names and what they mean, with 20 results. These girl names were at the height of their popularity a century ago (usage of 0.4%) and have become significantly less popular since (usage 0.1%, 61%), with names such as Blanch going out of style. Blakely (#354), Blake (#423) and Blair (#605) are three of the more contemporarily stylish birth names here, while Bland (top 1%) and Blau (7%) are common Bl- last names. Here is the list of Bl- names for boys.

Bl- names

Blaine - Blythe

Blaine, var. Blane, Blayne
Root fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Yellow." Blaike is a marginally favored girl's name.

Blair and variantsBlair, var. Blaire, Blayre
Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic. "Plain, field." Blair (top 1%), comparable to Flair (top 41%), Bellair (68%), is a popular -lair suffix last name.

Blaise1, var. Blaize, Blase, Blasia1, Blaze
Stems fr. Latin word. "Lisp, stutter." Compare last names Blais, Blaire.

Blake and variantsBlake, var. Blakelee, Blakeley, Blakely, Blakenee, Blakeny, Bladeney
Stems fr. Old English word. "Black, dark; pale." Usage of Blakely and forms is at its apex today.

Bianca and variantsBlanca1, Blancha, Blanche1
Forms of Bianca. Derivative of Italian. "White, pure." Adoption of Blanche and variants grew a century ago and is now diminished.

Form of Bellanca. Derivative of Italian element. "Blond." Adoption of Blanca was more pronounced among parents 25 years ago and is now less, with Blanca becoming less trendy. See also Blanche.

Blanche and variantsBlanche2, var. Blanca3, Blanch, Blanka, Blinny
From Old French, Old German elements. "White, pure." Blanca (top 9%), Blanch (36%) and Blanche (7%) are common as women's names, while Blanka and Blinny are rare.

Root fr. French word. "White flower." Rather quaint as a children's name.

Blanda and variantsBlanda, var. Blandina, Blandine
Root fr. Latin. "Seductive, amiable." Blanda and Blandine are more unconventional as birth names.

Blasia2, var. Blaise2, Blaisia, Blasya, Blaysia
Derivative of Latin word. "Lisp, stutter." Blaise and variants are hardly found as women's names, and Blaise exists regularly (top 10%) as a surname.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bl- names: Blair, Blaire, Blake, Blakely, Blanca

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bl- names: Blanch, Blanche, Blandina, Blessing, Blondell

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bl- names: Blossom, Blythe

Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Flower." Outside Top 2000.

Root fr. Old English. "Consecration." Blessing rose in popularity in 2015.

Blimah1, var. Blimah2, Blime
Origin fr. Hebrew element. "Blossom." Blimba and Blimbe are creative variations.

Bliss, var. Blisse, Blyss, Blysse
From Old English word. "Joy, cheer, intense happiness." Not in Top 2000.

Origin fr. Welsh element. "Flower face." Blodwedd is not a Top 2000 name.

Blodwen, var. Blodwyn, Blodwynne
Based on Welsh word. "White flower." Outside Top 2000.

Blondell and variantsBlondell, var. Blondelle, Blondene, Blondie, Blondy
Root fr. Latin language. "Caressing." Blondelle, Blondene, Blondie and Blondy are more rare as birth names among the forms of Blondell.

Root fr. Old English word. "Flower-like." Adoption of Blossom grew a century ago.

Flower name. Bluebell is rare as a birth name.

Blythe and variantsBlythe, var. Blithe
Derivative of Old English word. "Blithe, cheerful, carefree." Blythe and Blithe became less trendy in 2015, dropping -130 positions as baby names with Blythe leading the fall.

Quick Reference

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

1. Blaine - Blythe
Blaine [Blane, Blayne], Blair [Blaire, Blayre], Blaise [Blase, Blaze, Blaize, Blasia], Blake [Blakely, Blakeny, Blakelee, Blakeley, Blakenee, Bladeney], Bianca [Blanca, Blancha, Blanche], Bellanca [Blanca], Blanche [Blanca, Blanch, Blanka, Blinny], Blanchefleur, Blanda [Blandina, Blandine], Blasia [Blaise, Blasya, Blaysia, Blaisia], Blathnat, Blessing, Blimah [Blime, Blimah], Bliss [Blyss, Blisse, Blysse], Blodwedd, Blodwen [Blodwyn, Blodwynne], Blondell [Blondy, Blondie, Blondene, Blondelle], Blossom, Bluebell, Blythe [Blithe]

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