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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1781 Brucie English Diminutive of Bruce: Thick brush. Surname since medieval times; now a common given name. Folklore tale of 14th century Robert King of Scotland: (the Bruce) who learned the value of perseverance from watching a spider spin a web. M
1782 Bruhier Arabic Name of a Sultan. M
1783 Brun Anglo-Saxon Brown or dark. M
1784 Brun English Dark skinned. M
1785 Brunelle French Dark haired. M
1786 Bruni Norse Son of Earl Harek. M
1787 Bruno English Dark of skin. M
1788 Bruno German From the Old German 'brun' meaning brown. Famous bearers: three 10th and 11th century German saints, one of whom founded the Carthusian order of monks. Used occasionally in English-speaking countries since the Middle Ages. M
1789 Bruno Italian Brown haired. M

1790 Bruno Teutonic Dark skinned. M
1791 Brunon German Brown. M
1792 Brunon Polish Brown (colour name). M
1793 Bruns English Variant of Bruno: Dark of skin. M
1794 Brus Gaelic From Bruys. M
1795 Brutus Latin Stupid. M
1796 Brutus Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Coriolanus.' Junius Brutus, Tribune of the People. 'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' Decius Brutus, a conspirator against Caesar. M
1797 Bryan ArthurianLegend Lord of Pendragon. M
1798 Bryan Celtic Variant of Brian: Brave; Virtuous. M
1799 Bryan English Brought to England by the Breton companions of William the Conqueror, this name is originally derived from the Irish word for hill. Popular variant of Brian. M
1800 Bryant Celtic Strong. M