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301 Bran English Diminutive of Brandon: Sword; fiery hill. M
302 Bran Gaelic Variant of Bram: Raven. M
303 Bran Welsh Raven. M
304 Brandan Celtic Sword. M
305 Brandan English Derived from a surname and place name based on the Old English for 'hill covered with broom'. Broom is a prolific weed. Also, 'From the beacon hill', 'Beacon on the hill' or 'gorse-covered hill.'. M
306 Brandan Irish Variant of Brendan: Prince, or brave. Some scholars believe Brendan means 'stinking hair'. M
307 Branddun English From the beacon hill. M
308 Branden English 'Beacon on the hill' or 'gorse-covered hill.'. M
309 Brandin English 'Beacon on the hill' or 'gorse-covered hill.'. M

310 Brandon English Derived from a surname and place name based on the Old English for 'hill covered with broom'. Broom is a prolific weed. Also, 'From the beacon hill'. M
311 Brandon Irish Variant of Brendan: Prince, or brave. Some scholars believe Brendan means 'stinking hair'. M
312 Brandon Shakespearean Henry VI, 2' Sir John Stanley. 'Henry VI, Part III' Sir William Stanley. As You Like It' A country fellow, in love with Audrey. 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' A boy, son to Page. 'Richard III' Sir William Catesby. 'Richard III' Sir William Brandon. M
313 Brandon Teutonic From the beacon hill. M
314 Brandyn English 'Beacon on the hill' or 'gorse-covered hill.'. M
315 Branigan Irish Surname. M
316 Brann Celtic Raven. M
317 Brann Gaelic Variant of Bram: Raven. M
318 Brannan Irish Variant of Brandon. M
319 Brannen Irish Variant of Brandon. M
320 Brannon Irish Variant of Brandon. M