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681 Bendigeidfran Celtic Name of a king. M
682 Bendigeidfran Welsh Blessed raven. M
683 Bendik Latin Blessed. M
684 Bendyk Polish Polish form of Benedict 'blessed'. M
685 Bene-jaakan Biblical Sons of sorrow M
686 Beneberak Biblical Sons of lightning M
687 Benecroft English From the bean field. M
688 Benedek Latin Blessed. M
689 Benedetto Italian Blessed. Variant of Latin Benedict. M

690 Benedetto Latin Blessed. M
691 Benedick English A variant of Benedict, meaning blessed, given to a Shakespearian character in the play Much Ado About Nothing. M
692 Benedick Latin Blessed. 15 popes have been named Benedict. The Benedictines monastical order. Shakespeare's witty bachelor Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing. M
693 Benedick Shakespearean 'Much Ado About Nothing' A Young lord of Padua. M
694 Benedict Latin blessed. From benedictus meaning blessed. Famous bearers: 6th-century Italian saint Benedict of Nursia founded the Benedictine order of monks and nuns. The Benedictines monastical order. M
695 Benedicte Latin Blessed. M
696 Benedicto Spanish Blessed. M
697 Benedictson Hebrew Son of Benedict. M
698 Benedid Latin Blessed. M
699 Benedikt Swedish Blessed. M
700 Benedikte Latin Blessed. M