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1 Bailey English Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
2 Bailey French Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
3 Barbary English A form of Barbara popular in Medeival Britain after the 3rd century martyr St. Barbara. F
4 Bayley English Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
5 Bayley French Courtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name. F
6 Beatty Latin Diminutive of Beatrix: Bringer of joy, brings joy, happy. F
7 Becky English Abbreviation of Rebecca. F
8 Becky Hebrew An abbreviation of Rebecca, meaning captivated, or captivating, frequently used as an independent name. Famous bearer: Fictional character Becky Sharp, the unethical heroine of Thackeray's 1948 novel Vanity Fair. F
9 Bentley English Feminine form of Bentley: From the meadow. F

10 Berny Greek Diminutive of Bernice: A variant of Berenice, meaning bringer of victory. The New Testament Bernice, called Berenice in some passages, was thought to have had an incestuous relationship with King Herod Agrippa II, her brother. F
11 Berry English A name derived from the fruit; also used as a diminutive of names beginning with Ber-. F
12 Bessy English Diminutive of Elizabeth, meaning my god is bountiful, or god of plenty, used since the 16th century. Sometimes used as an independent name. F
13 Bessy 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
14 Bessy Hebrew Diminutive of Elisabeth: From Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction. F
15 Bethany Aramaic House of poverty. F
16 Bethany Hebrew Bethany was a New Testament village near Jerusalem where Jesus visited Mary, Martha and Lazarus. Frequently used as a first name in the 20th century. F
17 Betsey English Diminutive of Elizabeth. F
18 Betsy English This diminutive of Elizabeth is frequently used as an independent name. F
19 Betsy 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
20 Betsy 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