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21 Betah Biblical Confidence. F
22 Beth Aramaic A diminutive of Bethany meaning house of poverty. F
23 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
24 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
25 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
26 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
27 Beth-azmaveth Biblical House of death's strength. F
28 Beth-barah Biblical The chosen house. F
29 Beth-lebaoth Biblical House of lionesses. F

30 Beth-marcaboth Biblical House of bitterness wiped out. F
31 Beth-nimrah Biblical House of rebellion. F
32 Beth-shemesh Biblical House of the sun. F
33 Bethanath Biblical House of affliction. F
34 Betharabah Biblical House of sweet smell. F
35 Beulah Biblical Married F
36 Beulah Hebrew Married, to marry, claimed as a wife. This Old Testament place name became common in English-speaking countries after the Reformation. Famous references - in the Bible Beulah is a name symbolic of the heavenly Zion. F
37 Bilgah Biblical Ancient countenance. F
38 Bilhah Biblical Who is old or confused. F
39 Bithiah Biblical Daughter of the Lord F
40 Bithiah Hebrew A variant of Bethia, meaning daughter or worshipper of God, which appears in the Old Testament. F