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41 Beatty Latin Diminutive of Beatrice F: A variant of Beatrix meaning bringer of joy. In the Divine Comedy, Beatrice was Dante's guide through Paradise, perhaps inspired by Beatrice Portinari who was Dante's earliest love. M
42 Beechy English Diminutive of Beacher: Close to beech trees. M
43 Bellamey English Variant of Bellamy: Good-looking companion. M
44 Bellamy English Good-looking companion. M
45 Bellamy French Handsome. M
46 Benjy English Diminutive of Benjamin: Right-hand son. M
47 Benjy Hebrew Diminutive of Benjamin: Son of my right hand. Many Jewish families named their youngest child Benjamin. Famous bearers: 19th century British statesman Benjamin Disraeli. Dustin Hoffman's character in the 1967 movie 'The Graduate.'. M
48 Benny English Diminutive of Benjamin: Right-hand son. M
49 Benny Hebrew Son of my right hand. A diminutive of Benedict or Benjamin frequently used as an individual name. M

50 Benny Latin Diminutive of Benedict: blessed. From benedictus meaning blessed. Famous bearers: 6th-century Italian saint Benedict of Nursia founded the Benedictine order of monks and nuns. The Benedictines monastical order. M
51 Benroy Hebrew Son of a lion. M
52 Bentley English Derived from a surname and place name referring to a clearing covered with coarse grass. From the bent grass meadow. M
53 Berdy German Intelligent. M
54 Berdy Russian Very intelligent. M
55 Berkeley Anglo-Saxon From the birch meadow. M
56 Berkeley English Derived from the Old English for birch-wood. Used as a surname more frequently than a first name. Lives at the birch tree meadow. M
57 Berkeley Irish The birch tree meadow. Also see Barclay and Burke. M
58 Berkeley Shakespearean 'King Richard The Second' Earl Berkeley. 'King Richard III' A gentleman attending on Lady Anne. M
59 Berkley English The birch tree meadow. Also see Barclay and Burke. M
60 Berkley Irish The birch tree meadow. Also see Barclay and Burke. M