Baby Girl names that start with “B “and their Meaning 

 

Baako

(alt. Bako)

African, meaning ‘firstborn’.

Baba

(alt. Babah)

African, meaning ‘born on Thursday’.

Babette

French version of Barbara, from the Greek origin meaning ‘foreign’.

Baca

(alt. Bacah, Bacca)

English, meaning ‘of the valley of tears’.

Bachi

(alt. Bachee, Bachey)

Japanese, meaning ‘happy’.

Badia

(alt. Basdiah, Badiya, Badea)

Arabic, meaning ‘elegant’.

Bahar

(alt. Bahaar, Baharr)

Arabic, meaning ‘spring birth’.

Bahati

(alt. Bahatie, Bahaty)

African, meaning ‘fortunate’.

Bahija

(alt. Bahigah, Bahyja, Bahyga)

Arabic, meaning ‘cheerful’.

Baila

(alt. Byla, Baela)

Spanish, meaning ‘dancer’.

Bailey

(alt. Baeli, Bailee)

English, meaning ‘law enforcer’.

Baina

(alt. Bayna, Baena)

African, meaning ‘sparkling’.

Baja

Spanish, meaning ‘lower’.

Baka

Indian, meaning ‘like a crane’.

Balbina

Latin, meaning ‘strong’.

Baldhart

(alt. Balhart, Baldhard)

German, meaning ‘a bold and strong woman’.

Baligha

(alt. Baleegha, Balygha)

Arabic, meaning ‘eloquent’.

Ballade

(alt. Ballad, Ballayd)

English, meaning ‘poetic’.

Bambi

Shortened version of the Italian ‘bambina’, meaning ‘child’.

Banan

Arabic, meaning ‘one who had delicate fingers’.

Bandele

(alt. Bandelle)

African, meaning ‘a child born away from home’.

Bano

(alt. Banow, Banoe)

Arabic, meaning ‘princess’.

Banon

Welsh, meaning ‘queen’.

Bansuri

(alt. Bansari, Banseri)

Indian, meaning ‘a musical person’.

Bara

(alt. Barah)

Hebrew, meaning ‘chosen’.

Barbara

(alt. Barbie, Barbra)

Greek, meaning ‘foreign’.

Barika

(alt. Barycca)

African, meaning ‘flourishing’.

Barett

(alt. Barrette)

German, meaning ‘bear-like strength’ or English, meaning ‘argumentative’.

Basanti

Indian, meaning ‘a child born during the spring’.

Basma

Arabic, meaning ‘smile’.

Bashirah

(alt. Basheera, Bashyra)

Arabic, meaning ‘joyful’.

Bastet

(alt. Bastette, Basteta)

Egyptian, meaning ‘fiery’.

Bathild

(alt. Bathilde, Bathilda)

German, meaning ‘heroine’.

Bathsheba

Hebrew, meaning ‘daughter of the oath’.

Bay

(alt. Baya)

Plant or geographical name.

Bayo

Nigerian, meaning ‘finder of joy’.

Beadu

English, meaning ‘female warrior’.

Beata

Latin, meaning ‘blessed’.

Beatrice

(alt. Beatrix, Beatriz, Bellatrix, Betrys)

Latin, meaning ‘bringer of gladness’.

Bebhinn

(alt. Bevin)

Irish, meaning ‘accomplished singer’.

Becca

English, shortened form of Rebecca, meaning ‘noose’.

Becky

(alt. Beccie, Beccy, Beckie)

Shortened form of Rebecca, meaning ‘noose’.

Beda

(alt. Beddah)

German, meaning ‘goddess’.

Bedelia

(alt. Bedeleah, Bedeliah)

French, meaning ‘superior strength’.

Bee

Shortened form of Beatrice, meaning ‘bringer of gladness’.

Begum

Turkish, meaning ‘princess’.

Belinda

(alt. Belen, Belina)

Contraction of Belle and Linda, meaning ‘beautiful’.

Bell

Shortened form of Isabel, meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Bella

Latin, meaning ‘beautiful’.

Ballachay

American, meaning ‘beautiful hawk’.

Bellatrix

Latin, meaning ‘warlike’. A literary character in Harry Potter, played by Helena Bonham

Carter in the films.

Belle

French, meaning ‘beautiful’.

Belva

Latin, meaning ‘beautiful view’.

Bena

Hebrew, meaning ‘wise’.

Bénédicta

Latin, the feminine of Benedict, meaning ‘blessed’.

Benita

(alt. Bernita)

Spanish, meaning ‘blessed’.

Bennett

Latin, meaning ‘blessed little one’. Family name of Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice by Jane

Austen.

Bennie

Shortened version of Bénédicta and Benita.

Berit

(alt. Beret)

Scandinavian, meaning ‘splendid’ or ‘gorgeous’.

Bernadette

French, meaning ‘courageous’.

Bernadine

French, meaning ‘courageous’.

Bernice

(alt. Burnice)

Greek, meaning ‘she who brings victory’.

Bertha

(alt. Berta, Berthe, Bertie)

German origin, meaning ‘bright’.

Beryl

Greek, meaning ‘pale, green gemstone’.

Bess

(alt. Bessie)

Shortened form of Elizabeth, meaning ‘consecrated to God’.

Beth

Hebrew, meaning ‘house’. Also shortened form of Elizabeth, meaning ‘consecrated to God’.

Bethany

(alt. Bethan)

Biblical, referring to a geographical location.

Bethari

Indonesian, meaning ‘goddess’.

Bethel

Hebrew, meaning ‘house of God’.

Bettina

Spanish version of Elizabeth, meaning ‘consecrated to God’.

Betty

(alt. Betsy, Bette, Bettie)

Shortened version of Elizabeth, meaning ‘consecrated to God’.

Movie inspirations

Daisy (Driving Miss Daisy)

Donna (Mamma Mia)

Ellen/Ripley (Alien)

Holly (Breakfast at Tiffany’s)

Ilsa (Casablanca)

Kathy (Singing in the Rain)

Lara (Tomb Raider)

Maria (The Sound of Music)

Scarlett (Gone with the Wind)

Trinity (The Matrix)

Beulah

Hebrew, meaning ‘married’.

Beverly

(alt. Beverlee, Beverley)

English, meaning ‘beaver stream’.

Bevin

Celtic, meaning ‘fair lady’.

Beyoncé

American, made popular by the singer.

Bianca

(alt. Blanca)

Italian, meaning ‘white’.

Bibiana

Greek, meaning ‘alive’.

Bidelia

Irish, meaning ‘exalted’.

Bijou

French, meaning ‘precious ring’.

Billie

(alt. Billy, Billye)

Shortened version of Wilhelmina, meaning ‘determined’.

Bimala

Indian, meaning ‘pure’.

Bina

Hebrew, meaning ‘knowledge’.

Birgit

(alt. Birgitta)

Norwegian, meaning ‘splendid’.

Blair

Scottish Gaelic, meaning ‘flat, plain area’.

Blake

(alt. Blakely, Blakelyn)

English, meaning either ‘pale-skinned or dark’.

Blanche

(alt. Blanch)

French, meaning ‘white or pale’.

Bliss

English, meaning ‘intense happiness’.

Blithe

English, meaning ‘joyous’.

Blodwen

Welsh, meaning ‘white flower’.

Blossom

English, meaning ‘flowerlike’.

Bluma

Hebrew, meaning ‘a flower’

Blythe

(alt. Bly)

English, meaning ‘happy and carefree’.

Bo

Chinese, meaning ‘precious’.

Bobbi

(alt. Bobbie, Bobby)

Shortened version of Roberta, meaning ‘famous brilliance’.

Bonamy

(alt. Bonamee)

French, meaning ‘a close friend’.

Bonita

Spanish, meaning ‘pretty’.

Bonnie

(alt. Bonny)

Scottish, meaning ‘fair of face’.

Botan

(alt. Botanna, Botanne)

Japanese, meaning ‘like a fresh blossom’.

Bracha

(alt. Brakka)

Hebrew, meaning ‘blessed one’.

Brandy

(alt. Brandee, Brandi, Brandie)

Name of the liquor.

Branka

Slavic, meaning ‘glory’.

Branwen

Welsh, meaning ‘a white crow’.

Braulia

Spanish, meaning ‘glowing’.

Brea

(alt. Bree, Bria)

Shortened form of Brianna, meaning ‘strong’.

Breena

(alt. Brina, Bryna)

Irish, meaning ‘of the fairy place’.

Brenda

Old Norse meaning ‘sword’.

Brianna

(alt. Breana, Briana, Brianne, Bryanna)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘strong’.

Bridget

(alt. Bridgett, Bridgette, Brigette, Brigid, Brigitta, Brigitte)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘strength and power’.

Brier

French, meaning ‘heather’.

Brimlad

(alt. Brymlad, Brymlod)

Anglo-Saxon, meaning ‘from the sea’.

Brit

(alt. Britt, Britta)

Celtic, meaning ‘spotted’ or ‘freckled’.

Britannia

Latin, meaning ‘Britain’.

Brittany

(alt. Britany, Britney, Brittani, Brittanie)

Latin, meaning ‘from England’.

Bronwyn

(alt. Bronwen)

Welsh, meaning ‘fair breast’.

Brooke

(alt. Brook)

English, meaning ‘small stream’.

Brooklyn

(alt. Brooklynn)

Name of a New York suburb.

Buana

Indonesian, meaning ‘earth’.

Buffy

American, alternative of Elizabeth.

Brunhilda

German, meaning ‘armour-wearing fighting maid’.

Buthainah

Arabic, meaning ‘beautiful’.

Bryanne

American, meaning ‘noble’.

Bryn

(alt. Brynn)

Welsh, meaning ‘mount’.

Bryony

(alt. Briony)

Greek, meaning ‘climbing plant’. Also the name of a European vine.

Bysen

(alt. Bysan, Byson)

Anglo-Saxon, meaning ‘a unique girl’.

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