Boy Baby Names Beginning with the letter B

Baby Names Origin Meaning
Bac Scottish Bank
Backstere English Baker
Bader Arabic Full Moon (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Badru Egyptian Born under a Full Moon. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Baecere Anglo-Saxon Baker
Baen Scottish Fair skinned
Baergen Scandinavian Little Man (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Baerhloew English Ruler or lives on the bare hill
Baethan Irish Foolish
Bagdemagus Arthurian Legend Father of Meleagant
Baghel Arabic Ox
Baha Unknown The Glory of God (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bahir Arabic Sparkling
Baigh Scottish From the upper part
Bailey English Steward or public official; man in charge.
Bailey French Steward or public official; man in charge.
Bailian Unknown One who leads. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bailintin Irish Valiant
BaIloch Scottish From the pasture
Bainbridge English Lives near the bridge over the white water
Bainbrydge English Lives near the bridge over the white water
Baird Scottish From Baird
Baird Celtic Bard
Baird English Minstrel; a singer-poet.
Baird Irish Bard
Bairrfhionn Celtic Marksman
Bairrfhoinn Irish Handsome
Baker English Baker
Baldemar German Princely
Balder English Bold army
Baldhere English Bold army
Baldlice Anglo-Saxon Bold
Baldric German Bold
Baldrik German Bold
Balduin German Bold friend
Baldulf Arthurian Legend A knight
Baldwin German Bold friend
Baldwyn German Bold friend
Balen Arthurian Legend Brother of Balaan
Balfour Scottish From the pastureland
Balgair Scottish Fox
Balgaire Scottish Fox
Balin Arthurian Legend Brother of Balaan
Balkan Europe Derived from the Balkans region in Europe. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Balkrishna Hindu Baby Krishna- the one who brought joy and togetherness (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Ballinamore Irish From the great river
Ballindeny Irish From the town of oak wood
Balmoral Scottish From the majestic village
Baltasar German Protected by God
Balthazar Unknown One of the three Wise Men. A bottle of wine that has the equivalant of 12 bottles total. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bama Hebrew Son of prophecy
Bamard German Brave as a bear
Bamey German Brave as a bear
Ban Arthurian Legend Father of Lancelot
Bana Anglo-Saxon Slayer
Banaing English Son of the slayer
Banan Anglo-Saxon Slayer
Banan Irish White
Banbhan Irish Piglet
Banbrigge English Lives near the bridge over the white water
Bancroft English From the bean field
Bandr Iranian Strong and caring (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bane Hawaiian Long awaited child (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bannan German Commander
Banner Scottish Flag; ensign bearer.
Banner English Flag; ensign bearer.
Banning Anglo-Saxon One who reads the banns
Banning English Son of the slayer
Bannruod German Famous commander
Bar Anglo-Saxon Boar
Barak Hebrew Flash of lightning. In the bible the valiant fighting man Barak cooperated with the prophetess Deborah to win victory in battle against overwhelming odds.
Barakah Arabic Blessed
Baram Hebrew Son of the nation
Barclay English The birch tree meadow. See also Berkley.
Barclay Scottish The birch tree meadow. See also Berkley.
Barclay Anglo-Saxon From the birch meadow
Bard Celtic Minstrel; a singer-poet.
Bard English Minstrel; a singer-poet.
Bardalph English Ax wolf
Bardan English Lives near the boar's den
Bardaric English Ax ruler
Bardarik English Ax ruler
Bardawulf English Ax wolf
Barday Scottish From Berkeley
Barden Celtic Minstrel; a singer-poet.
Barden English Lives near the boar's den
Bardene English From the boar valley
Bardo English Variant of Bartholomew often used as a surname.
Bardolf English Ax wolf
Bardolph English Ax wolf
Bardon English Minstrel; a singer-poet.
Bardon Celtic Minstrel; a singer-poet.
Bardrick English Ax ruler
Bardulf English Ax wolf
Barhloew English Lives on the bare hill
Bari Arabic Of Allah
Baris Turkish Peace (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Barlow English Lives on the bare hill
Barnabas Hebrew Son of comfort. A biblical first-century missionary companion of Paul.
Barnabe Hebrew Son of prophecy
Barnaby English Son of comfort.
Barnaby Hebrew Son of prophecy
Barnard English Variant of Bernard - strong as a bear.
Barnard German Variant of Bernard - strong as a bear.
Barnet English Of honorable birth.
Barnett English Leader
Barney English Son of comfort.
Barnum English From the nobleman's home
Baron French A title of nobility used as a given name.
Baron Hebrew Derived from phrase Bar Aaron meaning - son of Aaron.
Baron English Warrior; A title of nobility used as a given name.
Barr English Gateway
Barra Celtic Marksman
Barrak Hebrew Flash of lightning. In the bible the valiant fighting man Barak cooperated with the prophetess Deborah to win victory in battle against overwhelming odds.
Barram Irish Handsome
Barre English Gateway
Barret German Mighty as a bear
Barret English Variant of Barnett.
Barrett English Variant of Barnett.
Barrett German Brave as a bear
Barric English Grain farm.
Barrick English Grain farm.
Barrie Irish Fair-haired.
Barrie English Fair-haired.
Barrie French Lives at the barrier
Barrington English Fair-haired.
Barrington Irish Fair-haired.
Barron English Warrior; Variant of the title Baron.
Barrow Irish Strong, of well stature (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Barry Celtic Marksman
Barry English Fair-haired.
Barry French Lives at the barrier
Barry Irish Fair-haired.
Bart Hebrew Ploughman
Bart English From the barley farm
Bartel Hebrew Ploughman
Bartel English Variant of Bartholomew often used as a surname.
Barth English Son of the earth; Variant of Bartholomew often used as a surname.
Bartholomew Hebrew Ploughman
Barthram English Glorious raven
Bartleah English From Bart's meadow
Bartleigh English From Bart's meadow
Bartlett French Ploughman
Bartley Scottish The birch tree meadow. See also Berkley.
Bartley English The birch tree meadow. See also Berkley.
Bartley Hebrew Ploughman
Bartoli Spanish Ploughman
Bartolo Spanish Ploughman
Bartolome Spanish Ploughman
Barton English From the barley farm
Bartram German Glorious raven.
Bartram English Glorious raven.
Baruch Hebrew Blessed
Barwolf English Ax wolf
Bashiri Swahilli Prophet or foreteller. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bashshar Arabic Brings good news
Basil English Royal; kingly.
Basilio Spanish Noble
Bassam Bassam Smile baby (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bates English Variant of Bartholomew often used as a surname.
Bathmithan Indian Beautiful and harmonize (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bauer (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bawdewyn Anglo-Saxon Bold friend
Bawdewyne Anglo-Saxon Bold friend
Bax English Baker
Baxter English Baker
Bay English Variant of Bayard - auburn-haired.
Bay French Variant of Bayard - auburn-haired.
Bayanda African boys are growing in numbers in a family (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bayard English Auburn-haired.
Bayard French Auburn-haired. Bayard was a sixteenth-century French knight and national hero renowned for valor and purity of heart.
Baye Africa Straight forward (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bayen Anglo-Saxon From Ban
Bayhard English Reddish brown hair
Baylen English Variant of Bayard - auburn-haired.
Baylen French Variant of Bayard - auburn-haired.
Bayler Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bayley English Steward or public official; man in charge.
Bayley French Steward
Beacan Celtic Small
Beacher English Lives by the beech tree
Beadurinc Anglo-Saxon Warrior
Beadutun English From the warrior's estate
Beadwof Anglo-Saxon Bold in war
Beal English Handsome.
Beal French Handsome.
Beale English Handsome.
Beale French Handsome.
Beall English Handsome.
Beall French Handsome.
Bealohydig Anglo-Saxon Enemy
Beaman English Beekeeper
Beamard Irish Brave as a bear
Beamer English Trumpeter
Bean Scottish Fair skinned
Bear Canada Bear or steal strength (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bearacb Celtic Marksman
Bearcban Celtic Marksman
Bearn Anglo-Saxon Son
Bearnard Scottish Bear strong
Beartlaidh Irish From Bart's meadow
Beathan Scottish Son of the righthand
Beaton English From the warrior's estate
Beau French Handsome.
Beaufort French From the beautiful fortress
Beaumains Arthurian Legend White hands
Beauregard French Respected; in high regard. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Beauvais French From Beauvais
Bebeodan Anglo-Saxon Commands
Becan Celtic Small
Beceere English Lives by the beech tree
Beck English Brook
Beckett Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Beckham English (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bede Anglo-Saxon Name of a historian
Bede English Prayer
Bedivere Arthurian Legend Returns Excalibur to the Lady of the Lake
Bedver Arthurian Legend Returns Excalibur to the Lady of the Lake
Bedwyr Arthurian Legend Returns Excalibur to the Lady of the Lake
Bedwyr Celtic Arthurian legend name
Beecher English Lives by the beech tree
Behrend German Variable of Berend: brave as a bear (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Beinvenido Spanish Welcome
Beiste Scottish Beast
Bek English Brook
Bela Hebrew Destruction
Beldan English Lives in the beautiful glen
Beldane English Lives in the beautiful glen
Belden English Lives in the beautiful glen
Beldene English Lives in the beautiful glen
Beldon English Lives in the beautiful glen
Bell French Handsome
Bellamy French Handsome
Bellangere Arthurian Legend Son of Alexandre
Bellinus Anglo-Saxon Name of a king
Beltran Spanish Bright raven
Bem German Bear
Bemabe Spanish Son of comfort.
Bembe Spanish Spanish form of Barnaby - prophet
Bemeere English Trumpeter
Bemelle English Variant of Bernard - strong as a bear.
Bemelle German Variant of Bernard - strong as a bear.
Bemossed Native American Walker
Bemot German Brave as a bear
Ben English Abbreviation of Benjamin and Benedict.
Ben Hebrew Son of Zion or usually just son
Benajim Ethiopia So happy to see you (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Benat German Brave as a bear
Bendigeidfran Celtic Name of a king
Benecroft English From the bean field
Benedetto Italian A blessing...a benediction (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Benedicto Spanish Blessed
Benedictson Hebrew Son of Benedict
Benen Irish Kind
Beniamino Hebrew Son of the right hand
Benicio Latin Benevolent one. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Benisio Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Benito Latin Blessed (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Benjamin Hebrew Son of the right hand. In the bible the patriarch Jacob's twelfth and most beloved son.
Benji English Abbreviation of Benjamin and Benedict.
Benjie Hebrew Son of the right hand (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Benjiman Unknown Alternate spelling of Benjamin (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Benjy English Abbreviation of Benjamin and Benedict.
Benkamin Hebrew Ploughman
Benn English Abbreviation of Benjamin and Benedict.
Bennet English Variant of Benedict.
Bennett English Variant of Benedict.
Bennie English Abbreviation of Benjamin and Benedict.
Benny English Abbreviation of Benjamin and Benedict.
Benoic Anglo-Saxon From Ban
Benoit France Derivative of Benedict, giver of grace. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Benon English Variant of Bert - industrious.
Benoni Hebrew Son of my sorrows
Benoyce Arthurian Legend Name of a kingdom
Benroy Hebrew Son of a lion
Benson Hebrew Son of Benjamin
Benson English Variant of Benedict.
Bentlea English The beautiful grass clearing (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bentleah English From the bent grass meadow
Bentlee Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bentleigh English From the bent grass meadow
Bentley English From the bent grass meadow
Bently Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Benton English Settlement in a grassy place.
Benwick Anglo-Saxon From Ban
Benzion Hebrew Son of Zion
Beolagh Irish Foolish
Beomann English Beekeeper
Beore English Birch tree
Beorht English Glorious
Beorhthram English Bright raven
Beorhthramm English Glorious raven
Beorhttun English From the fortified town
Beorn Anglo-Saxon Warrior
Beornet English Leader
Beornham English From the nobleman's home
Beornwulf Anglo-Saxon Name of a king
Beowulf Anglo-Saxon Intelligent wolf
Ber German Bear
Berakhiah Hebrew God blesses
Berchtwald German Bright ruler
Bercilak Arthurian Legend The Green Knight
Bercleah English Lives at the birch tree meadow
Berdy German Intelligent
Berend German Brave as a bear
Beresford English From the barley ford
Beretun English From the barley farm
Berford English From the barley ford
Berg German Mountain
Berhane Ethiopia Light, hope (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Beric English Grain farm.
Berinhard German Brave as a bear
Berk Irish The birch tree meadow. Also see Barclay and Burke.
Berk English The birch tree meadow. Also see Barclay and Burke.
Berke Irish The birch tree meadow. Also see Barclay and Burke.
Berke English The birch tree meadow. Also see Barclay and Burke.
Berkeley Anglo-Saxon From the birch meadow
Berkeley English Lives at the birch tree meadow
Berkeley Irish The birch tree meadow. Also see Barclay and Burke.
Berkley English The birch tree meadow. Also see Barclay and Burke.
Berkley Irish The birch tree meadow. Also see Barclay and Burke.
Berlyn German Son of Berl. See also Burl.
Bernard English Strong as a bear. See also Bjorn.
Bernard German Brave as a bear
Bernardo German Brave as a bear
Bernardo Spanish Strong as a bear.
Bernardyn German Brave as a bear
Bernd German Brave as a bear
Berne English Variant of Bernard - strong as a bear.
Berne German Bear
Bernhard German Brave as a bear
Bernie Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Berniefacio Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bernlak Arthurian Legend The Green Knight
Bernon German Brave as a bear
Berowalt German Mighty as a bear
Berrett Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Berrin German Bear
Bersules Arthurian Legend A knight
Bert English Glorious; Illustrious.
Berthold German Bright ruler
Bertie English Variant of Bert - industrious.
Bertin English Variant of Bert - industrious.
Berto Spanish Intelligent
Berton English From the fortified town
Bertram Arthurian Legend A knight
Bertram English Bright raven
Bertram German Glorious raven.
Bertrand French Intelligent; Glorious raven.
Berwick English From the barley grange
Berwyk English From the barley grange
Bestandan Anglo-Saxon Stands beside
Besyrwan Anglo-Saxon Ensnares
Beth Scottish Lively
Betlic Anglo-Saxon Splendid
Betzalel Hebrew In God's shadow
Bevan Celtic Young soldier
Beverley English From the beaver meadow
Bevin Celtic Young soldier
Bevis French From Beauvais
Bevyn Celtic Young soldier
Bhaic Scottish Bank
Bhaltair Scottish Strong fighter
Bhradain Scottish Salmon
Bhraghad Scottish From the upper part
Bhreac Scottish Speckled
Bhric Scottish Speckled
Bhuvik Unknown Similar to Bhuvan (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Biast Scottish Beast
Bick English From the hewer's ford
Bickford English From the hewer's ford
Bicoir Arthurian Legend Father of Arthur
Bidziil Native American He is strong (Navajo)
Biecaford English From the hewer's ford
Biford English Lives at the river crossing
Bilagaana Native American White person (Navajo)
Bill English Nickname for William - resolute protector - often used as an independent name.
Billie English Nickname for William resolute protector - often used as an independent name.
Billy English Nickname for William - resolute protector - often used as an independent name.
Bimisi Native American Slippery
Binah Hebrew Understanding
Bing German From the kettle shaped hollow
Binge German From the kettle shaped hollow
Bink English Lives at the bank
Binyamin Hebrew Ploughman
Birch English Bright; shining; the birch tree.
Birche English Birch
Bird English Bird
Birde English Bird
Birdhil English From the bird hill
Birdhill English From the bird hill
Birdoswald Anglo-Saxon From Birdoswald
Birdwell English Frequented by birds, dweller near a spring (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Birk English Birch tree
Birk Scottish From a birch tree
Birkett English Lives at the birch headland
Birkey English From the birch tree island
Birkhead English Lives at the birch headland
Birkhed English Lives at the birch headland
Birley English From the cattle shed on the meadow
Birney English Lives on the brook island
Biron English Surname used as a given name. Biron was the name of a character in Shakespeare's Loves Labours Lost.
Birr Irish From Birr
Birtel English From the bird hill
Birtle English From the bird hill
Bishop English Overseer
Bitanig English From the preserving land
Bittan German Desire
Bitten German Desire
Bizhan Persian A character in Shahnameh (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bjorn Norway/Scandinavian pronounced "Bee-yurn", or americanized as "Bay-orn". (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Black English Dark
Blade English Wealthy glory
Bladen Unknown Combination of Blake and Landen (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Blaec English Black or white
Blaecleah English From the dark meadow
Blaed English Wealthy glory
Blaeey English Blond
Blagdan English From the dark valley
Blagden English From the dark valley
Blagdon English From the dark valley
Blaiden English (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Blaine English Surname of uncertain meaning.
Blaine Irish Thin Surname.
Blaine Scottish Surname of uncertain meaning.
Blaine Celtic Slender
Blainey Celtic Slender
Blair Celtic From tbe plain
Blair Irish From the fields
Blair Scottish Peat moss
Blais French Lisp; stutter. Blaise Pascal was a brilliant seventeenth century child prodigy; mathematician; scientist and philosopher who invented the calculating machine and hydraulic press before dying at age thirty-nine.
Blaisdell French Lisp; stutter. Blaise Pascal was a brilliant seventeenth century child prodigy; mathematician; scientist and philosopher who invented the calculating machine and hydraulic press before dying at age thirty-nine.
Blaise Arthurian Legend A cleric
Blaise English Stutters
Blaise French Lisp; stutter. Blaise Pascal was a brilliant seventeenth century child prodigy; mathematician; scientist and philosopher who invented the calculating machine and hydraulic press before dying at age thirty-nine.
Blaize French Lisp; stutter. Blaise Pascal was a brilliant seventeenth century child prodigy; mathematician; scientist and philosopher who invented the calculating machine and hydraulic press before dying at age thirty-nine.
Blake English Black or white
Blake Scottish Dark; dark-haired. Can also mean the reverse -fair; pale. Blakeman
Blakeley English From the dark meadow
Blakely English From the dark meadow
Blakemore English From the dark moor
Blakey English Blond
Blanco Spanish Blond
Blandford English Gray haired
Blane Celtic Slender
Blane English Variant of Blaine.
Blane Scottish Variant of Blaine.
Blaney English Variant of Blaine.
Blaney Scottish Variant of Blaine.
Blanford English Gray haired
Blar Irish From the fields
Blas Spanish Stutters
Blase French Lisp; stutter. Blaise Pascal was a brilliant seventeenth century child prodigy; mathematician; scientist and philosopher who invented the calculating machine and hydraulic press before dying at age thirty-nine.
Blathma Irish Flower
Blaydon English loving, joyish (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Blayke English Attractive; Dark; Form of Blake (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Blayne Celtic Slender
Blayne English Twin
Blayne Scottish Variant of Blaine.
Blayney Celtic Slender
Blayton American Hero (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Blayze American A spitfire. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Blayze French Lisp; stutter. Blaise Pascal was a brilliant seventeenth century child prodigy; mathematician; scientist and philosopher who invented the calculating machine and hydraulic press before dying at age thirty-nine.
Blaze French Lisp; stutter. Blaise Pascal was a brilliant seventeenth century child prodigy; mathematician; scientist and philosopher who invented the calculating machine and hydraulic press before dying at age thirty-nine.
Blaze English Stutters
Blian Irish Thin
Bliant Arthurian Legend Healer
Bliss Anglo-Saxon Happy
Bliss English Happy
Bly British (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Blyth English Merry
Blythe English Merry
Boarte Arthurian Legend Son of Arthur
Boas Hebrew Swift
Boaz Hebrew Swift
Bob English Abbreviation of Robert.
Bobbie English Abbreviation of Robert.
Bobby English Abbreviation of Robert.
Boc English Male deer
Bocleah English Lives at the buck meadow
Bocley English Lives at the buck meadow
Boda English Herald
Bodaway Native American Fire maker
Boden Anglo-Saxon Messenger
Boden Celtic Blond
Bodhi Buddhist Enlightenment and a monk in training (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bodwyn Arthurian Legend Brother of Mark
Body Celtic Blond
Boeden Ukranian From the name Bogden or Bohden meaning Gift From God (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Boell German Hill dweller.
Bogart German Bowstring
Bogdan Hebrew Gift from God
Bogohardt German Bowstring
Bohannon Irish Son of Owen.
Bohdan Hebrew Gift from God
Bohort Arthurian Legend Uncle of Arthur
Bokamoso Unknown Future (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Boldizsar Syrian Protected by god (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bolton English From the manor farm
Bond English Tied to the land
Bondig English Free
Bonginkosi Unknown To thank God for anything that one goes through in life - weather good or bad (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Boniface Anglo-Saxon Name of a saint
Bonifacio Spanish Benefactor
Bonifaco Spanish Benefactor
Bonnar Irish Debonair (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bonolo African Tender, soft (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Boone English Good; a blessing. American frontier hero Daniel Boone.
Boone French Good; a blessing. American frontier hero Daniel Boone.
Booth English Lives in a hut
Boothe English Lives in a hut
Borak Arabic The lightning. Al Borak was the legenday magical horse that bore Muhammad from earth to the seventh heaven.
Bordan Anglo-Saxon From the boar valley
Borden Anglo-Saxon From the boar valley
Borden English From the boar valley
Borre Arthurian Legend Son of Arthur
Bors Arthurian Legend Uncle of Arthur
Bort English Fortified.
Bosworth English Lives at the cattle enclosure
Botewolf English Herald wolf
Both Scottish From the stone house
Bothain Scottish From the stone house
Bothan Scottish From the stone house
Bothe English Lives in a hut
Botolf English Herald wolf
Botwolf English Herald wolf
Boulus Arabic Arabic form of Paul
Bourke English Fortified hill. See also Berkley.
Bourn English From the brook
Bourne English From the brook
Bowden Anglo-Saxon Messenger
Bowden Celtic Blond
Bowdyn Anglo-Saxon Messenger
Bowdyn Celtic Blond
Bowen Celtic Son of Owen
Bowie Irish Surname.
Bowyn Celtic Son of Owen
Boyce French Lives near the wood.
Boyce English Lives near the wood.
Boyd Scottish Blonde; fair-haired.
Boyd Celtic Blond
Boyden Anglo-Saxon Messenger
Boyden Celtic Blond
Boyet Gullible (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Boynton Celtic From tbe white river
Boynton Irish From the town by the river Boyn
Bple English Cup bearer
Bracken Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brad English From the broad valley
Bradaigh Irish Spirited
Bradan English From the broad valley
Bradbourne English From the broad brook
Bradburn English From the broad brook
Bradd English Broad; wide.
Braddock English broad-spreading oak.
Braddon English Broad hillside.
Braddon Irish Broad hillside.
Braden English Broad hillside.
Braden Scottish Salmon
Braden Irish Broad hillside.
Bradene English From the broad valley
Bradey Irish Spirited. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bradford English From the broad ford
Bradig English From tbe broad island
Bradin Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bradleah English From tbe broad meadow
Bradlee English English surnames related to Bradley Broad clearing in the wood. Note: This Database is Copyright Dogwood Technical Services Inc. 1995.
Bradley English Broad clearing in the wood.
Bradly English From tbe broad meadow
Bradon Irish Broad hillside.
Bradon English Broad hillside.
Bradshaw English English surnames related to Bradley Broad clearing in the wood.
Bradwell English From the broad spring
Brady English From tbe broad island
Brady Irish Spirited; Broad.
Bradyn English From the broad valley
Braeden English Broad hillside.
Braeden Irish Broad hillside.
Braeden Celtic Dark valley. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Braedon English Broad hillside.
Braedon Irish Broad hillside.
Braelin Irish (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Braelon American Combination of Braydon, Lynn (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Braemwiella English From the bramble bush spring
Braeydon Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Braiden English, Irish Variation of Braden; From the Broad Valley
Braidon Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brainard English Bold raven
Brainerd English Bold raven
Braison Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Braleah English From the hillslope meadow
Bralynn Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bram Irish Irish form of Abraham
Bram Scottish Bramble; a thicket of wild gorse. Abbreviation of Abraham and Abram. Bram Stoker was author of Dracula.
Bram English Bramble; a thicket of wild gorse. Abbreviation of Abraham and Abram. Bram Stoker was author of Dracula.
Bramley Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bramwell English From the bramble bush spring
Bran Arthurian Legend Father of Caradoc or Caradawc
Bran Celtic Raven
Brand English Proud
Brand German Fiery torch; beacon. Also a variant of Brandon. Brandt: (German) Fiery torch; beacon.
Brandan Irish Name of a saint
Brandan Celtic Sword
Brandan English Beacon on the hill or gorse-covered hill.
Branddun English From the beacon hill
Brandeis German Dwells on a burned clearing
Brandeles Arthurian Legend A knight
Brandelis Arthurian Legend A knight
Branden English Beacon on the hill or gorse-covered hill.
Brandin English Beacon on the hill or gorse-covered hill.
Brandon English From the beacon hill
Brandubh Irish Black raven
Branduff Irish Black raven
Brandyn English Beacon on the hill or gorse-covered hill.
Branhard English Bold raven
Branigan Irish Surname.
Brann Celtic Raven
Brannan Irish Variant of Brandon.
Brannen Irish Variant of Brandon.
Brannon Irish Variant of Brandon.
Branor Arthurian Legend A knight
Bransan Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Branson Irish Variant of Brandon.
Brant English Proud; Variant of Brand. Mohawk Indian Joseph Brant was a renowned strategist who fought for the British during the American Revolution; and a devout scholar who translated Christian religious works into his native Indian tongue.
Brantley English Proud
Branton English Variant of Brand. Mohawk Indian Joseph Brant was a renowned strategist who fought for the British during the American Revolution; and a devout scholar who translated Christian religious works into his native Indian tongue.
Brantson English Variant of Brand. Mohawk Indian Joseph Brant was a renowned strategist who fought for the British during the American Revolution; and a devout scholar who translated Christian religious works into his native Indian tongue.
Braoin Irish Sadness
Brarn Celtic Raven
Brasen American Gods Gift (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
BRASHAWN Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brasil Celtic Battle
Braun German (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Braw)eigh English From the hillslope meadow
Brawley English From the hillslope meadow
Braxston Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Braxton Anglo-Saxon (Submitted by Babies Online Member) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brayan Scottish Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brayden English Broad hillside.
Brayden Irish Broad hillside.
Braydin Old English (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Braydon English Broad hillside.
Braydon Irish Broad hillside.
Braydyn Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Braydynn Irish Broad Meadow (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brayer Amarican Alternate spelling of Briar (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Braylen Unknown There is no meaning to my knowledge (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Braylin Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Braylon Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Braylyn Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brayton English (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Breac Scottish Speckled
Breanainn Celtic Sword
Breandan Celtic Sword
Breandan Irish Prince
Breasal Irish Pain
Brecc Anglo-Saxon Name of a king
Brecken Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Breckin Celtic/Gaelic Freckled (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bredbeddle Arthurian Legend The Green Knight
Bredon Celtic Sword
Breen Irish Sadness
Brehm Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brehus Arthurian Legend A knight
Brekin Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bren German Flame
Brendan Irish Prince. Well known Irish playwright and wit Brendan Behan.
Brendan Celtic Raven
Brendan German Flame
Brenden Irish Prince. Variant of Brendan.
Brendin Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brendis German Flame
Brendon Irish Prince. Variant of Brendan.
Brendt Celtic Hilltop. Variant of Brent.
Brendt English Hilltop. Variant of Brent.
Brendyn Celtic Little Raven (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brenius Arthurian Legend A supposed king of Britain
Brenn Irish Prince. Variant of Brendan.
Brennan Celtic Raven
Brennan Irish Little drop; Prince. Variant of Brendan.
Brennen Irish Prince. Variant of Brendan.
Brenner Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brennin Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brennon Irish Prince. Variant of Brendan.
Brennus Arthurian Legend A supposed king of Britain
Brent English From the steep hill
Brent Celtic Hilltop.
Brentan English From the steep hill
Brenten English Hilltop. Variant of Brent.
Brenten Celtic Hilltop. Variant of Brent.
Brentley Celtic Hilltop. Variant of Brent.
Brentley English Hilltop. Variant of Brent.
Brently Celtic Hilltop. Variant of Brent.
Brently English Hilltop. Variant of Brent.
Brenton English Hilltop. Variant of Brent.
Brenton Celtic Hilltop. Variant of Brent.
Breri Arthurian Legend A messenger
Breslin Irish Surname.
Bressal Celtic Battle
Bret Celtic A Breton
Bret English Brit. A native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England).
Brett Celtic A Breton
Brett English Brit. A native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England).
Bretton Scottish Brit. A native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England).
Breuse Arthurian Legend A knight
Brewster English One who brews ale. See also Webster.
Brewstere English Brewer
breyland Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brian Celtic In use in England since the Middle Ages. Possibly connected with the Irish word for Hill, thus He ascends. Also some texts define it as Strong. 10th century Brian Boru was a high king and great national hero of Ireland.
Briant Celtic Strong; He ascends. 10th century Brian Boru was a high king and great national hero of Ireland.
Briar Irish (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brice French From Brieuxtown
Brice Scottish Speckled
Brice Celtic Swift
Brice Anglo-Saxon Son of a nobleman
Brice English A given name of medieval origin.
Brick English Bridge.
Brickman English Bridge.
Bricriu Celtic The poison tongued
Bridger English Lives at tbe bridge
Brien Celtic He ascends. 10th century Brian Boru was a high king and great national hero of Ireland.
Brier Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brigbam English Lives by the bridge
Briggebam English Lives by the bridge
Briggere English Lives at tbe bridge
Brigham English Bridge.
Brighton English Covered bridge. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brighton French Troops or brigade. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brik English Bridge.
Briley English Noble, Strong, cleared meadow (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brinton English From Brinton
Brion Celtic He ascends. 10th century Brian Boru was a high king and great national hero of Ireland.
Brittain English Brit. A native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England).
Brittan English Brit. A native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England).
Britton English Brit. A native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England).
Broc English Badger
Broc Scottish Badger
Brochan Scottish Broken
Brock English Badger; Variant of Brook.
Brock German Variant of Brook.
Brock Australia Stong (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brockley English From the badger meadow
Brocleah English From tbe badger meadow
Brocleigh English From the badger meadow
Brocly English From the badger meadow
Brodan Unknown Cowboy (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Broden Scottish Reference to Castle Brodie in Scotland.
Broderic Scottish Brother.
Broderick English From the broad ridge
Broderick Irish Surname.
Broderick Scottish Brother.
Broderik English From the broad ridge
Brodey Scottish Second son (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brodie Scottish From Brodie
Brodiey American (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brodric Scottish Brother.
Brodrick Scottish Brother.
Brodrig English From the broad ridge
Brodrik English From the broad ridge
Brody Irish From the muddy place. Surname.
Brody Scottish Reference to Castle Brodie in Scotland.
Broehain Scottish Broken
Broga Anglo-Saxon Terror
Brogan Anglo-Saxon Terror
Broin Celtic Raven
Brok English Badger
Bromleah English From the broom covered meadow
Bromleigh English From the broom covered meadow
Bromley English From the broom covered meadow
Bromly English From the broom covered meadow
Bron Anglo-Saxon Brown or dark
Brone Irish Sorrowful
Bronson German Brown's son.
Bronson Anglo-Saxon Son of the dark man
Bronson English Brown's son.
Brook English Lives by the stream
Brooke English Lives by the stream
Brooks English Son of Brooke
Brookson English Son of Brooke
Brooksone English Son of Brooke
Brougher English Lives at the fortress
Broughton English From the fortress town
Brown English Dark skinned
Bruce English Surname since medieval times; now a common given name. Folklore tale of 14th century Robert King of Scotland: (the Bruce) who learned the value of perseverance from watching a spider spin a web.
Bruce French From Brys
Bruce Scottish Surname since medieval times; now a common given name. Folklore tale of 14th century Robert King of Scotland: (the Bruce) who learned the value of perseverance from watching a spider spin a web.
Bruhier Arabic Name of a Sultan
Brun Anglo-Saxon Brown or dark
Brun English Dark skinned
Brunelle French Dark haired
Bruno German Brown
Brunon German Brown
Bryan English Popular variant of Brian.
Bryan Celtic Strong
Bryan Arthurian Legend Lord of Pendragon
Bryant Celtic Strong
Bryant English Popular variant of Brian.
Bryant French He ascends.
Bryce Scottish Speckled; Surname form of Brice.
Bryce Anglo-Saxon Son of a nobleman
Bryce Celtic Swift
Brycen Scottish Variant of Bryce.
Bryceton Scottish Variant of Bryce.
Brychan Welsh (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bryden Irish Broad Hillside (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Brydger English Lives at tbe bridge
Bryen Unknown Variant of Bryan. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bryer Canadian Gentle and sweet. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bryggere English Lives at tbe bridge
Brylon Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bryne Irish Surname.
Bryon English Popular variant of Brian.
Brys French From Brys
Bryson Scottish Variant of Bryce.
Bryston Scottish Variant of Bryce.
Bryton English The Sun (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Bssil Celtic Battle
Buach Irish Victorious
Buagh Irish Victorious
Bubba German Boy (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Buchanan Scottish From the cannon's seat
Buck English Male deer
Buckley Irish Boy
Buckley English Variant of Buck; male goat or deer.
Bud English Brother. Nickname used since medieval times.
Budak Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Budd English Herald
Buddy English Herald
Buinton Spanish Born fifth
Buiron French From the cottage
Bundy English Free
Burbank English Lives on the castle's hill
Burcet French From the little stronghold
Burch English Birch
Burchard English Strong as a castle
Burdett English Surname used as a given name.
Burdett French Surname used as a given name.
Burdette English Surname used as a given name.
Burdette French Surname used as a given name.
Burdon English Lives at the castle
Bureig English Lives on the brook island
Burel French Reddish brown haired
Burford English Lives at the castle ford
Burgeis English Lives in town
Burgess English Lives in town
Burgess Celtic Citizen
Burghard English Strong as a castle
Burghere English Lives at the fortress
Burgin Scotch Irish (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Burgtun English From the fortress town
Burhan Arabic To have courage (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Burhardt German Strong as a castle
Burhbank English Lives on the castle's hill
Burhdon English Lives at the castle
Burhford English Lives at the castle ford
Burhleag English Lives at the castle's meadow
Burhtun English From the fortified town
Burke English Fortified hill. See also Berkley.
Burkett French From the little stronghold
Burkette Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Burkhart German Strong as a castle
Burkly Unknown Unknwon (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Burl English Cup bearer
Burle English Fortified. See also Berlyn.
Burleigh English Lives at the castle's meadow. Fortified. See also Berlyn.
Burley English Lives at the castle's meadow
Burlin German Son of Berl. See also Burl.
Burly English Lives at the castle's meadow
Burn English From the brook
Burnard English Variant of Bernard strong as a bear.
Burnard German Variant of Bernard strong as a bear.
Burne Irish Bear; brown.
Burne English From the brook
Burneig English Lives on the brook island
Burnell English Variant of Bernard strong as a bear.
Burnell French Reddish brown haired
Burnell German Variant of Bernard strong as a bear.
Burnell Irish Bear; brown.
Burnette English Bear; brown.
Burnette Irish Bear; brown.
Burney English Lives on the brook island
Burney Irish Bear; brown.
Burns English Son of Byrne
Burrell English Fortified. See also Berlyn.
Burrell French Reddish
Bursone English Son of Byrne
Burt English Glorious
Burton English From the fortified town
Buster Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Butch Unknown Manly (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Butrus Arabic Arabic form of Peter
Byford English Lives at the river crossing
Byme Irish Bear; brown.
Byme English Bear; brown.
Byram English From the cattle yard
Byrd English Bird
Byreleah English From the cattle shed on the meadow
Byrne English From the brook
Byrnes English Son of Byrne
Byron English Bear
Byron French From the cottage
Byrtel English From the bird hill

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