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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1 Baal Biblical Master; lord M
2 Babel Biblical Confusion, mixture. M
3 Baghel Arabic Ox. M
4 Bahlol Muslim Leader of a tribe. Jester.. M
5 Bal Hindi Baby with a full head of hair. M
6 Balmoral Scottish From the majestic village. M
7 Barachel Biblical That bows before God M
8 Bardol Aramaic Ploughman. M
9 Bardoul English Bright wolf, ax-wielding wolf. M

10 Barnardel German Variant of Bernard: Brave. M
11 Bartel Aramaic Ploughman. M
12 Bartel English Diminutive of Bartholomew: Son of a farmer; from the barley farm. M
13 Bartel Hebrew Ploughman. M
14 Barthel English Diminutive of Bartholomew: Son of a farmer; from the barley farm. M
15 Bartol Aramaic Ploughman. M
16 Basel Muslim Brave.. M
17 Basil English Royal; kingly. M
18 Basil Greek Royal. Kingly. St Basil the Great was Bishop of Caesarea in the latter half of the 4th century. This name was introduced into Western Europe by the Crusaders. Derived from the same Greek word as the plant name basil. M
19 Baul English Snail. M
20 Bavol English Wind. M