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41 Beresford English From the barley ford. M
42 Berford English From the barley ford. M
43 Berinhard German Brave as a bear. M
44 Bernald German Variant of Bernal: Strong bear. M
45 Bernard English Strong as a bear. See also Bjorn. M
46 Bernard German From an Old German compound meaning bear-hard, or brave as a bear. St Bernard of Menthon is the patron saint of mountaineers after whom the St Bernard dog used in mountain rescue work is named. M
47 Bernd German Brave as a bear. M
48 Bernhald German Variant of Bernal: Strong bear. M
49 Bernhard German Variant of Bernard: Brave as a bear. M

50 Bernhold German Variant of Bernal: Strong bear. M
51 Bernold German Variant of Bernal: Strong bear. M
52 Berresford English Variant of Beresford: Barley field. M
53 Berthold English Variant of Bert: Bright light. M
54 Berthold German Derived from Old German words meaning bright-power. Also bright ruler. M
55 Berthoud German Variant of Berthold: Bright strength. M
56 Bertold English Variant of Bert: Bright light. M
57 Bertold German Variant of Berthold: Bright strength. M
58 Bertold Teutonic Shines. M
59 Bertrand English Variant of Bertram: Introduced to Britian during the Norman Conquest, a variant of the German Bertram. Bright raven. M
60 Bertrand French Intelligent; Glorious raven. French form of the German Bertram, meaning bright-raven. Philosopher and mathematician Bertrand Russell. Some scholars believe the second syllable of Bertrand derived from a word meaning shield. M