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241 Berdine Greek Intelligent maid. F
242 Berdine Teutonic Intelligent maiden. F
243 Berea Biblical Heavy, weighty. F
244 Berengaria English Spearbearer maid. F
245 Berengaria German Feminine form of Berenger: Derived from an Old German compound meaning bear-spear. F
246 Berenice French One who brings victory. F
247 Berenice Greek One who brings victory, bringer of victory. Famous bearer: King Ptolemy I of Egypt's second wife was named Berenice, as were two of her granddaughters. F
248 Bergdis Norse Spirit protection. F
249 Bergitte Danish Danish form of Bridget. F

250 Bergthora Norse Thor's spirit. F
251 Berit Celtic Splendid. F
252 Berit German Intelligent. F
253 Berit Swedish Intelligent. F
254 Berith Biblical Covenant. F
255 Bernadea French Feminine of Bernard, meaning strong as a bear, or bear hard. F
256 Bernadette French A feminine form of Bernard. St Bernadette was a French peasant girl whose 19th century visions of Virgin Mary prompted the establishment of the Roman Catholic shrine at Lourdes. Feminine of Bernard. St. Bernadette was canonized in 1933. F
257 Bernadette German Feminine form of Bernard: From an Old German compound meaning bear-hard, or brave as a bear. F
258 Bernadina French Feminine of Bernard, meaning strong as a bear, or bear hard. F
259 Bernadina German Feminine form of Bernard: From an Old German compound meaning bear-hard, or brave as a bear. F
260 Bernadine French Feminine of Bernard, meaning strong as a bear, or bear hard. F