Brady [Bradee, Bradi, Bradie] 6 Root fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Descendant of Brádach." The variant forms Bradee, Bradi, Bradie and Brady are sparsely used as women's names, and Brady appears regularly (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census.
Bradyn 7 Derived fr. English word. Feminine of Braden. Scarce as a birth name for females. See also Brady.
Brandy▼ [Brand, Branda, Brandace, Brandais, Brandala, Brande, Brandea, Brandee, Brandei, Brandeli, Brandell, Brandelle, Brandelyn, Brandi▼, Brandice, Brandie▼, Brandii, Brandily, Brandin, Brandis, Brandise, Brandyce, Brandye, Brandyn, Branell, Brani, Brann, Branndais, Brannde, Branndea, Branndi, Branndie, Brantley, Branyell, .. 1 more] 9 Derived fr. English. The name of the distilled wine .. Brandy, Brandie and Brandi have fallen off in popularity as names for newborns over time since 1980.
Branice 10 Contemporary invention .. Seldom used as a given name. See also Branca.
Braulia 13 Derivative of Spanish, Greek languages. "Shining." Braulia is a scarce female name. ..
Brayne 14 Stems fr. Yiddish language. "Brown." Rarely used as a name for baby girls. See also Brana. ..
Breanna▼ [Brea▼, Breah, Breana▼, Breanda, Breann▼, Breanne▼, Breauna, Breaunne, Breawna, Bree, Breea, Breean, Breeana, Breeann, Breeanna, Breeanne, Breeauna, Breelyn, Brei, Breiana, Breiann, Breigh, Breighann, Breila, Breina, Breona, Breonda, Breonna▼] 15 Derivative of English element. Variant spelling of Brianna. Usage of the names Breanna, Breonna, Breanne, Breann, Breana and Brea as given names for baby girls has fallen off over the years since 1991.
Breck 16 Root fr. Irish word. "Freckled." Unique as a given name for baby girls, Breck is found more frequently as a last name. See also Beck.
Breda [Breeda, Brid] 17 Derivative of Irish, Gaelic element. Anglicized form of Gaelic Bríd .. The forms Breda, Breeda and Brid are unusual as female names, and Breda appears commonly (Top 28%) as a last name in the US Census.
Bree [Breehan, Brighe] 18 Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic element. Anglicized form of the Irish Gaelic .. The variation Bree is familiar (Top 49%) as a given name, while Breehan and Brighe are unusual comparatively. Bree appears regularly (Top 59%) as a surname in the US Census.
Breena [Breen, Brenee, Brina, Bryna] 19 Variant of Brenna .. The versions Breen, Breena, Brenee, Brina and Bryna are atypical feminine names, and Breen occurs frequently (Top 3%) as a last name according to the US Census.
Brenda▼ [Bren, Brendah, Brendalynn, Brendell, Brendette, Brendie, Brendolyn, Brendyl, Brenn, Brennda, Brenndah, Brinda, Brynda, .. 1 more] 20 Stems fr. Old Norse element. "Sword." The variant forms Brenda (Top 1%) and Brinda (70%) are familiar women's names, while the other names are scarce comparatively. Bren (Top 41%), Brenda (98%) and Brinda (74%) appear often as surnames in the US Census. ..
Brenna▼ [Bren, Brenie, Brenn, Brenne, Brennah, Brenyn, Brinna, Brynna, Brynne] 21 Derived fr. Gaelic word. "Little drop of water; raven or black-haired." The version Brenna is commonplace (Top 30%) as a female name, while the other names are infrequently used in comparison. Bren (Top 41%) and Brenna (31%) appear frequently as last names in the US Census. ..
Brennan 22 Root fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Descendant of Braonán." Brennan is intermittently used as a female name, and it occurs frequently (Top 1%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Brenyn. ..
Brett [Bret, Bretta, Brettany, Brette, Britt] 23 Derivative of Latin element. "From Britany or Britain." These names are barely found as given names. Brett (Top 6%) and Britt (1%) occur often as surnames in the US Census. ..
Brianda [Briand] 24 Root fr. Spanish word. Variant of Brianna .. The variant forms Briand and Brianda are irregularly used as female names, and Briand occurs frequently (Top 43%) as a last name in the US Census.
Brianna▲ [Brana, Breanna▼, Breanne▼, Bree, Breeann, Breeanna, Breeanne, Breena, Bri, Bria▲, Briahna, Briana▲, Briand, Brianda, Briane, Briann, Brianna▲, Briannah, Brianne▼, Brianni, Briannon, Briauna, Briaunna, Brie, Brieann, Brieanna, Brienna, Brienne, Brieon, Brina, Briney, Brinn, Brinna, Briny, Bryana▼, Bryann, Bryanna▲, Bryanne, Bryauna, Bryn▼, Bryna, Brynna, Brynnan, Brynne, Breayanna] 25 Derivative of Irish, Gaelic, Celtic elements. "High, noble, exalted." The variant forms Brianna, Bryanna, Brianna, Briana and Bria have gained in popularity over time. ..