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321 Bessie English Diminutive of Elizabeth, meaning my god is bountiful, or god of plenty, used since the 16th century. Sometimes used as an independent name. F
322 Bessie Greek Diminutive of Elizabeth: From the Hebrew Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction. Famous bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth was mother of John the Baptist and one of the earliest known bearers of this name; Queen Elizabeth II. F
323 Bessie Hebrew Diminutive of Elisabeth: From Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction. F
324 Bessy English Diminutive of Elizabeth, meaning my god is bountiful, or god of plenty, used since the 16th century. Sometimes used as an independent name. F
325 Bessy Greek Diminutive of Elizabeth: From the Hebrew Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction. Famous bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth was mother of John the Baptist and one of the earliest known bearers of this name; Queen Elizabeth II. F
326 Bessy Hebrew Diminutive of Elisabeth: From Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction. F
327 Bestla Norse Mother of Odin. F
328 Beta English Variant of Elizabeth, , meaning my god is bountiful, or god of plenty, originally derived from a central and eastern European name. F
329 Beta Greek Variant of Elizabeth: From the Hebrew Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction. Famous bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth was mother of John the Baptist and one of the earliest known bearers of this name; Queen Elizabeth II. F

330 Beta Hebrew Variant of Elisabeth: From Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction. F
331 Betah Biblical Confidence. F
332 Beten Biblical Belly. F
333 Beth Aramaic A diminutive of Bethany meaning house of poverty. F
334 Beth English Diminutive of Elizabeth, meaning my god is bountiful, or god of plenty, frequently used as an independent name. Beth was one of Louisa M. Alcott's heroines in her 19th century novel Little Women. F
335 Beth Greek Diminutive of Elizabeth: From the Hebrew Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction. Famous bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth was mother of John the Baptist and one of the earliest known bearers of this name; Queen Elizabeth II. F
336 Beth Hebrew Diminutive of Elisabeth or Elizabeth, from Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction. Also a diminutive of Bethia (daughter or worshipper of God), and of Bethany, a New Testament village near Jerusalem. F
337 Beth Scottish Diminutive of Bethia: This Hebrew name became popular in Scotland in the 17th century because of it's association with the Gaelic 'beath' meaning 'life. F
338 Beth-aram Biblical House of height. F
339 Beth-aven Biblical The house of vanity, of iniquity of trouble. F
340 Beth-azmaveth Biblical House of death's strength. F