Baja 6 Based on Spanish. "Lower." A scarce given name. See also Bara.
Bakura 7 Origin fr. Hebrew element. "A ripe fruit." Bakura is uncommon as a female name. See also Sakura.
Ballade 9 Name of a musical or poetic form, usually one that tells a story. Unique as a given name for baby girls. See also Bolade.
Bambi [Bambalina, Bambie, Bambina, Bamby] 10 Source fr. Italian language. Pet name .. The variant form Bambi is common (Top 36%) as a women's name, while Bambalina, Bambie, Bambina and Bamby are rare in comparison.
Banee 11 From Vietnamese word. Variant of Bonnie. Unique as a given name for baby girls. See also Bianey.
Bao 12 Source fr. Chinese language. "Bundle or package; precious treasure; guarantee." Rarely used as a birth name for females these days, but Bao is still recorded frequently as a first name among the female populace according to the US Census. See also Bat.
Baptista [Baptiste, Batista, Battista, Bautista] 13 Origin fr. Latin, Greek elements. "To dip." The versions Baptista, Baptiste, Batista, Battista and Bautista are uncommon as female names. Baptista (Top 15%), Baptiste (4%), Batista (3%), Battista (11%) and Bautista (2%) occur commonly as last names in the US Census.
Bara [Barah, Bari, Barra, Barrie] 14 Based on Hebrew, Arabic words. "To select; innocent." The variations Barrie, Bari and Bara are more commonly used as baby names among the different variant forms of the name.
Barbara▼ [Bab, Baba, Babara, Babb, Babbett, Babbette, Babbie, Babe, Babett, Babette, Babita, Babs, Baibin, Barabara, Barb▼, Barbar, Barbarella, Barbarit, Barbarita, Barbeeleen, Barbel, Barbera, Barbette, Barbey, Barbi, Barbie, Barbora, Barbra▼, Barbro, Barby, Barra, Basha, Basia, Baubie, Bauby, .. 18 more] 15 From Latin word. "Foreign woman." Usage of Barbara, Barbra and Barb as birth names has trended downward over time since 1940. ..