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721 Benito Latin Variant of Benedict: 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
722 Benito Spanish A Spanish diminutive of the Latin Benedict meaning blessed. Italian dictator Benito Mussolini died in 1945. M
723 Benjaman English Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand son. Also a variant of Benedict. M
724 Benjamin Biblical Son of the right hand M
725 Benjamin English Right-hand son. Benjamin was the youngest son of Jacob in the Bible. Famous Bearer: Dr. Benjamin Spock. M
726 Benjamin Hebrew Son of my right hand. Many Jewish families named their youngest child Benjamin. Famous bearers: 19th century British statesman Benjamin Disraeli. Dustin Hoffman's character in the 1967 movie 'The Graduate.' Biblical Jacob's twelfth son. M
727 Benji English Diminutive of Benjamin: Right-hand son. M
728 Benjie English Diminutive of Benjamin: Right-hand son. M
729 Benjimen English Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand son. Also a variant of Benedict. M

730 Benjiro Japanese Peaceful; enjoy peace. M
731 Benjy English Diminutive of Benjamin: Right-hand son. M
732 Benjy Hebrew Diminutive of Benjamin: Son of my right hand. Many Jewish families named their youngest child Benjamin. Famous bearers: 19th century British statesman Benjamin Disraeli. Dustin Hoffman's character in the 1967 movie 'The Graduate.'. M
733 Benkamin Hebrew Ploughman. M
734 Benke Latin Blessed. M
735 Benn English Abbreviation of Benjamin and Benedict. M
736 Bennet English Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand son. Also a variant of Benedict. M
737 Bennet French Variant of Benedict, meaning blessed, from the Old French. Became a common British surname after being introduced to Britian during the Norman Conquest. M
738 Bennet Latin Variant of Benedict: 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
739 Bennett English Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand son. Also a variant of Benedict. M
740 Bennett French Variant of Benedict, meaning blessed, from the Old French. Became a common British surname after being introduced to Britian during the Norman Conquest. M