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21 Barbra English A variant of Barbara, meaning foreign or strange, traveler from a foreign land. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning. Famous bearer: , American singer Barbra Streisand. F
22 Barbra Greek Dry. A flower name. F
23 Barika Muslim Bloom or be successful. F
24 Barkarna Basque Lonely. F
25 Basha Polish Stranger. F
26 Basheera Muslim Variant of Bashira: Glad tiding. Happy news.. F
27 Bashiga Arabic Joyful. F
28 Bashira Arabic Joyful. F
29 Bashira Muslim Glad tiding. Happy news.. F

30 Basilia Greek Feminine form of Basil: Royal. Kingly. Regal. Derived from the same Greek word as the plant name basil. Famous bearer: St Basil the Great was Bishop of Caesarea in the latter half of the 4th century. F
31 Bathilda German Heroine. F
32 Bathilda Teutonic Commanding. F
33 Bathsheba Biblical The seventh daughter; the daughter of satiety F
34 Bathsheba Hebrew Oath; Voluptuous. Famous bearer: Bathsheha Everdene, heroine of Thomas Hardy's novel 'Far from the Madding Crowd'; Old Testament King David's wife Bathsheba. F
35 Bathsuha Biblical The seventh daughter; the daughter of satiety F
36 Battista Italian Named for John the Baptist. F
37 Batula Arabic Virgin. F
38 Batya Hebrew Daughter of God. F
39 Bautista Italian Named for John the Baptist. F
40 Bea Latin Diminutive of Beatrice and variant of Beatrix meaning bringer of joy. F