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1 Babel Biblical Confusion, mixture. F
2 Barabal Gaelic Stranger. F
3 Barabell Gaelic Stranger. F
4 Batool Muslim Variant of Batul: Ascetic virgin. Maiden.. F
5 Batul Arabic Virgin. F
6 Batul Muslim Ascetic virgin. Maiden.. F
7 Bel Czechoslovakian White. F
8 Bel 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
9 Bel French Fair. Lovely one. Sometimes used as an independent name associated with the French word belle, meaning beautiful. F

10 Bel German Diminutive of Belinda: From the Old German Betlindis, which is derived from the word for snake. F
11 Bel Latin Beautiful, loving, lovable. Diminutive of Amabel, Annabel, Belinda, or Isabel. F
12 Bel Spanish Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish variant of Elizabeth. F
13 Bell Czechoslovakian White. F
14 Bell 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
15 Bell French Fair. Lovely one. Sometimes used as an independent name associated with the French word belle, meaning beautiful. F
16 Bell German Diminutive of Belinda: From the Old German Betlindis, which is derived from the word for snake. F
17 Bell Latin Beautiful, loving, lovable. Diminutive of Amabel, Annabel, Belinda, or Isabel. F
18 Bell Spanish Diminutive of Isabel: Devoted to God. A Spanish variant of Elizabeth. F
19 Beryl English Derived from the precious stone Beryl, a gemstone of varying colors; often yellow-green. Famous references - Twentieth century British actress and comedienne Beryl Reid; The biblical eighth foundation stone of the wall of New Jerusalem was beryl. F
20 Beryl Greek Crystal. A gemstone of varying colors; often yellow-green. In the Bible the eighth foundation stone of the wall of New Jerusalem was beryl. F