Babe - Bambi
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Babe 1 Origin fr. Greek. "Foreign." Not in popularity charts. See also Baubie. ..
Babette 2 Derived fr. French, Greek, Hebrew. "Foreign; God is my oath." Unique. Babette, like Clayrette, Coronette, uses the familiar feminine-sounding -ette ending. See also Babbett. ..
Baila 4 Root fr. Spanish. "Dance." Not in popularity charts. See also Bali.
Bailey [Bailee, Bailei, Baileigh, Bailie, Baillie, Bailley, Bailly, Baily, Baleigh, Bayla, Bali, Baylee, Bayleigh, Bayley, Bayly, Baylie] 5 From Old English element. "Berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification." Common as surnames, and Bailey (top 1%), Baileigh, etc. are similar to popular surnames Baise (top 28%), Baine (12%), which also start with Bai-.
Baja 6 Based on Spanish element. "Lower." Baja is seldom adopted as a children's name. See also Basia.
Bakura 7 Root fr. Hebrew. "A ripe fruit." Bakura is rare as a female name. See also Sakura.
Ballade 9 Name of a musical or poetic .. Unusual. Ballade (cf. Zhade, Folasade) uses the familiar androgynous -ade suffix. See also Bolade.
Summary of names (grouped by variations) for Ba- names for girls.Babe - Bambi
Babe, Babette, Bader [Badr], Baila, Bailey [Bayly, Bayla, Baylee, Bayley, Baylie, Bayleigh, ..], Baja, Bakura, Balbina [Balbine], Ballade, Bambi [Bamby, Bambie, Bambina, Bambalina]Banee - Behira
Banee, Bao, Baptista [Batista, Baptiste, Battista, Bautista], Bara [Bari, Barah, Barra, Barrie], Barbara [Barra, Barby, Basha, Basia, Bauby, Baubie, ..], Barcelona, Barinda, Barra, Barrie [Bari, Barri], Bartha [Barta], Basha [Basia, Basja], Basilia [Basile, Bazile, Bazille, Basilie, Basille, Bazilla, ..], Basma [Basima, Baseema], Bat, Bathilda [Bathild, Batilda, Batilde, Bathilde], Bathsheba [Batya, Batshua, Bathseva, Bathshua, Batsheva, Batsheba], Bathshira, Batya [Basha, Batel], Bay, Behira [Bahira]Bellona - Sebastiane
Bellona [Ballona], Beracha [Barucha], Bernice [Barry, Barri, Barrie], Bettina [Battina], Elizabeth [Babette], Roberta [Baubie], Sebastiane [Bastia, Bastiana]