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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1 Babette French A French diminutive of Elizabeth, a Hewbrew name meaning 'My God is plentiful', now frequently used as an independent name. F
2 Babette 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
3 Babette Hebrew Variant of Elisabeth: From Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction. F
4 Baibre Irish Strange. F
5 Bailee English Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
6 Bailee French Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
7 Bairbre Greek Stranger. F
8 Balbine Latin Strong. F
9 Balere Basque Strong. F

10 Balere Latin Strong. F
11 Baptiste Italian Named for John the Baptist. F
12 Barbie English Diminutive of Barbara: From the Greek barbaros meaning foreign or strange, traveler from a foreign land. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning. F
13 Barbie Greek Dry. A flower name. F
14 Barkarne Basque Lonely. F
15 Barrie Gaelic Feminine form of Barry: Pointed object. F
16 Barrie Irish A form of Barry, from the Irish word for spear. This name is given more commonly to men, but also used as a feminine name. Also Fair-haired. Famous bearer: Sir J. M. Barrie created Peter Pan. F
17 Basilie 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
18 Bathilde German Heroine. F
19 Bathilde Teutonic Commanding. F
20 Baubie English Diminutive of Barbara: From the Greek barbaros meaning foreign or strange, traveler from a foreign land. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning. F