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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1501 Braedon English Broad hillside. M
1502 Braedon Irish Broad hillside. M
1503 Braemwiella English From the bramble bush spring. M
1504 Braen Welsh Corrupt. M
1505 Bragi Norse God of poetry. M
1506 Brahma Hindi Born to the highest caste. M
1507 Brahma Indian Absolute. M
1508 Brahman Indian Absolute. M
1509 Brahmaputra Indian Son of Brahma. M

1510 Brainard English Bold raven. M
1511 Brainard Teutonic Bold raven. M
1512 Brainerd English Bold raven. M
1513 Brakenbury Shakespearean 'King Henry IV, Part 2' Robert Shallow, a country justice. 'King John' Robert Faulconbridge, and his father, Sir Robert Faulconbridge. 'King Richard III' Sir Robert Brakenbury, Lieutenant of the Tower. M
1514 Braleah English From the hillslope meadow. M
1515 Bram Dutch A Dutch diminutive of Abraham, meaning 'father of a multitude' Famous bearer: Bram Stoker, 19th century Irish author of Dracula. M
1516 Bram English Bramble; a thicket of wild gorse. Abbreviation of Abraham and Abram. Bram Stoker was author of Dracula. M
1517 Bram Gaelic Raven. M
1518 Bram Hebrew Diminutive of Abraham: Father of a multitude. In Genesis the Old Testament patriarch Abram's name was changed to Abraham when it was revealed he would be father of the Hebrew nation. Further popularized by 19th century US president Abraham Lincoln. M
1519 Bram Irish Irish form of Abraham. M
1520 Bram Scottish Bramble; a thicket of wild gorse. Abbreviation of Abraham and Abram. Bram Stoker was author of Dracula. M