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201 Botilda Norse Directing heroine. F
202 Botilda Swedish Commanding. F
203 Boudicea Anglo-Saxon A queen of the Iceni: Victory. F
204 Bradana Scottish Salmon. F
205 Branda English Variant of the beverage brandy used as a given name. F
206 Brea Irish Hill. Also variant of Brina and Breanna. F
207 Breeda Celtic Strong. F
208 Breeda Irish Protective. F
209 Breena Gaelic Fairy palace. Also variant of Brianna and Sabrina. F

210 Breena Irish Fairy palace. Also variant of Brianna and Sabrina. F
211 Bremusa Latin An Amazon. F
212 Brenda Gaelic Little raven. F
213 Brenda Irish Feminine form of Brendan: Prince, little raven, or beacon on the hill. Some scholars believe Brendan means 'stinking hair'. F
214 Brenda Norse Feminine form of the Norse masculine name Brand, meaning sword or torch. F
215 Brenda Scottish From the Norse, meaning sword or torch, this name was originally used only in the Shetland Isles of Scotland, but spread to other parts of the English-speaking world after Brenda appeared as a heroine in Sir Walter Scott's 1822 novel The Pirate. F
216 Brenda Teutonic Sword. F
217 Brenna Celtic Raven. F
218 Brenna Irish Variant of Brenda. Beacon on the hill Little raven. F
219 Bretta Celtic From Britain. F
220 Bretta English Brit. A native of England: (Britain) or France: (Brittany). F