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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1701 Brlety Czechoslovakian Searcher. M
1702 Broc English Badger. M
1703 Broc Scottish Badger. M
1704 Brochan Scottish Broken. M
1705 Brock English Derived from a surname based on the Old English word for badger. Also a variant of Brook. M
1706 Brock German Variant of Brook. M
1707 Brockley English From the badger meadow. M
1708 Brocleah English From tbe badger meadow. M
1709 Brocleigh English From the badger meadow. M

1710 Brocly English From the badger meadow. M
1711 Brod Scottish Diminutive of Broderick: Brother. M
1712 Broddy Scottish Diminutive of Broderick: Brother. M
1713 Brodee Scottish Variant of Brody: Second son. M
1714 Broden Scottish Reference to Castle Brodie in Scotland. M
1715 Broder Scandinavian Brother. M
1716 Broderic Scandinavian Brother. M
1717 Broderic Scottish Variant of Broderick: Brother. M
1718 Broderick English From the broad ridge. Derived from a surname meaning 'son of Roderick'; now occasionally used as a first name. Famous bearer: American actor Broderick Crawford. M
1719 Broderick Irish Surname. M
1720 Broderick Scandinavian Brother. M