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1 Bagot Shakespearean 'King Richard The Second' A favorite of King Richard. M
2 Bahgat Arabic Variant of Bahjat: Happiness. M
3 Bahjat Arabic Happiness. M
4 Balint Latin Strong and healthy. M
5 Bancrofft English Variant of Bancroft: Pasture; field. M
6 Bancroft English From the bean field. M
7 Bankroft English Variant of Bancroft: Pasture; field. M
8 Barakaat Muslim Variant of Barakat: Blessings. Abundance. Prosperity.. M
9 Barakat Muslim Blessings. Abundance. Prosperity.. M

10 Barnet English Of honorable birth. Also derives from the Old English word for burning. Also in use as a variant of Bernard. M
11 Barnett English Baronet; leader. M
12 Barret English Variant of Barnett. M
13 Barret German Mighty as a bear. M
14 Barrett English Bear power. Introduced to Britain during the Norman Conquest. Subsequently became common as a surname. Also a variant of Barnett. M
15 Barrett German Derived from the Old German name Beroald meaning bear power. Brave as a bear. M
16 Barrett Teutonic Bear. M
17 Bart English From the barley farm. M
18 Bart Hebrew Ploughman. A diminutive of Bartholomew. Famous bearer: London's St Bartholomew's Hospital is frequently called 'Bart's'. M
19 Bartlet English Diminutive of Bartholomew dating to the 13th century; most used commonly as a surname in modern times. M
20 Bartlet Hebrew Diminutive of Bartholomew: Ploughman. Son of Talmai (Talmai is a variant of Tolmai, meaning abounding in furrows.) Famous bearer: St Bartholomew was an apostle of Jesus Christ. M