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21 Baylee English Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
22 Baylee French Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
23 Baylie English Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
24 Baylie French Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
25 Beate Latin Many. F
26 Beate Polish Blesses. F
27 Beatrice Gaelic Feminine form of Beattie: Bringer of joy; blesses. F
28 Beatrice Italian Blesses. F
29 Beatrice Latin A variant of Beatrix meaning bringer of joy. Famous bearer: Beatrice was Dante's guide through Paradise in the 'Divine Comedy', perhaps inspired by Beatrice Portinari, Dante's earliest love. F

30 Beatrice Shakespearean 'Much Ado About Nothing' Niece to Leonato. F
31 Beattie Latin Diminutive of Beatrix: Bringer of joy, brings joy, happy. F
32 Bedegrayne ArthurianLegend Name of a castle. F
33 Bee Latin Diminutive of Beatrice. A variant of Beatrix meaning bringer of joy. F
34 Befle Latin Diminutive of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable.Amabel was used frequently during the Middle Ages and briefly in the 19th century, and has now been largely replaced by the diminutive Mabel. F
35 Belakane ArthurianLegend An African queen. F
36 Bellance Italian White. F
37 Belle English Diminutive of Annabel: Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's poem Annahel Lee' made the form Annabel popular throughout the English-speaking world in the 19th century. The form Annabelle became popular in the mid-2Oth century. F
38 Belle French Fair. Lovely one. Sometimes used as an independent name associated with the French word belle, meaning beautiful. F
39 Belle German Diminutive of Belinda: From the Old German Betlindis, which is derived from the word for snake. F
40 Belle Hungarian Intelligent. F