Brady [Bradee, Bradi, Bradie] 6 Source fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Descendant of Brádach." The variations Bradee, Bradi, Bradie and Brady are sparsely used as given names, and Brady appears often (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census.
Bradyn 7 Origin fr. English element. Feminine of Braden. A unique birth name. 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 Origin fr. English language. The name of the distilled wine, which comes from the Dutch term "brandewijn", used as a given name .. The forms Brandie, Brandi, Brandee, Brande, Branda and Brandy are more familiar as given names among the different versions of the name.
Branice 10 Contemporary invention: possibly a variation of Janice (Hebrew) "God's grace". Branice is scarce as a women's name. See also Beranice.
Braulia 13 From Spanish, Greek. "Shining." Braulia is scarce as a women's name. ..
Brayne 14 Based on Yiddish. "Brown." A rare baby name. See also Bryn. ..
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 From English word. Variant spelling of Brianna. The forms Breonna, Bree, Breanne, Breann, Breana, Brea and Breanna are more generally used as girls' names among the different variations of the name.