Baby Girl Names beginning with B

Baby Girl Names B

The Top Girl Names and Unique Girl Names that start with B

Baby Girl Names Beginning with B

Baako African first born
Babette   The foreigner or stranger.
Bacia Ugandan family deaths ruined the home
Bageshwari Hindu  
Baji joyful Jiji
Baka Hindu crane
Bakana Aboriginal A lookout.
Bakarne Basque solitude
Bala Sanskrit A young girl.
Balbina Latin strong, stammers
Bambalina Italian Little girl.
Bambi   Child.
Banan Arabic fingertips
Bansari Hindu Bansuri
Bara Hebrew to choose
Barakah Arabic white one
Barb Latin The foreigner or stranger. From the name Barbara.
Barbara Latin The foreigner or stranger.
Barbie Latin The foreigner or stranger. From the name Barbara.
Bari French, Celtic, Welsh spear thrower, son of Harry, marksman
Barika Swahili Successful.
Barina Aboriginal The summit.
Barnadine   Bold as a bear. From the name Bernard.
Barretta unknown a cap
Basha Hebrew, Greek, Polish daughter of God, stranger
Basia Polish The foreigner or stranger. From the name Barbara.
Basilia Greek Queenly, regal. The feminine form of Basil.
Basimah Arabic The smiling one.
Bates unknown  
Bathilde Teutonic The commanding maiden of war.
Bathsheba Hebrew The daughter of the oath, or the seventh daughter. The wife of King David in the Bible.
Batyah Modern Hebrew The daughter of God.
Bayo Nigerian to find joy
Beata Latin Blessed.
Beatrice Latin The blessed one. She who brings joy. Beatrix was the name of a 4th-century saint.
Beatriz   Blessed.
Beau French Handsome or beautiful. A boy or girl's name.
Bebe French baby
Beccalynn English Becca, Lyn, Becky
Beckie   A heifer or a knotted cord.
Becky   A heifer or a knotted cord.
Beda Old English A warrior maiden.
Bedelia Old English Strength.
Bega Aboriginal Beautiful. A town in New South Wales.
Begonia   A flower name.
Behira Hebrew The brilliant one.
Bel Hindu sacred wood apple tree
Bela Hungarian The white one. A boy or girl's name.
Belda French A beautiful lady.
Belicia Spanish dedicated to god
Belina French A goddess.
Belinda Italian Beautiful.
Belita Spanish The beautiful one.
Belladonna Italian beautiful woman
Bellanca Greek stronghold
Belle French Beautiful. Also a nickname from Annabel, Arabella, Belinda, Isabel and Isabella.
Bellona Latin After the Roman goddess of war.
Belva   Beautiful. Also a nickname from Annabel, Arabella, Belinda, Isabel and Isabella.
Belvia   Beautiful. Also a nickname from Annabel, Arabella, Belinda, Isabel and Isabella.
Benedicta Latin Blessed. The feminine form of Benedict.
Benilda Latin Benign - of good intentions.
Benita   Daughter of my right hand. Feminine form of Benedict.
Benquasha Native American daughter of Ben
Benta Hebrew The wise one.
Beranger French courage of a bear
Berdine Teutonic A glorious maiden.
Berenice Greek The bringer of victory. Also see Veronica.
Berit Old German bright, glorious
Bernadette French from Teutonic As brave as a bear. The feminine form of Bernard. Generally a Catholic name.
Bernadine   Bold as a bear. From the name Bernard.
Bernia Old English A maiden of battle.
Bernice   Brings victory.
Bernina   After a peak in the Swiss Alps.
Berry Old English A fruit or berry. Also a nickname from Berenice and Bernadette.
Berta   A bright or famous pledge. The feminine form of Gilbert.
Bertana Aboriginal The day.
Bertha Teutonic Bright and shining. Also see Roberta.
Berthilda Old English A shining warrior maid.
Berwyn Welsh Fair-haired, or a bright friend. A boy or girl's name.
Beryan Cornish The name of a saint.
Beryl Greek A precious green jewel.
Bess   Consecrated to God. Also see Isabel and Lisa.
Bessie   Consecrated to God. Also see Isabel and Lisa.
Bessy   Consecrated to God. Also see Isabel and Lisa.
Beta Czech dedicated to god
Beth Hebrew house of god
Bethan Welsh A form of Elizabeth, meaning consecrated to God.
Bethany Hebrew A house of poverty. A placename from the New Testament.
Bethel Hebrew The house of God.
Bethesda Hebrew A house of mercy. A place mentioned in the Bible.
Bethia Hebrew The daughter of God.
Bethshaya English Beth, Shaya, Shay
Betrys Welsh The blessed one. She who brings joy. Form of Beatrice.
Betsey   A form of Elizabeth, meaning consecrated to God.
Betsy   A form of Elizabeth, meaning consecrated to God.
Bette   Consecrated to God. Also see Isabel and Lisa.
Bettie   Consecrated to God. Also see Isabel and Lisa.
Bettina   Consecrated to God. Also see Isabel and Lisa.
Betty   Consecrated to God. Also see Isabel and Lisa.
Beulah Hebrew The married one. Also a biblical placename.
Beverley Old English From the stream of the beaver. Originally derived from a surname.
Beverly Old English From the stream of the beaver. A boy or girl's name.
Bevin Irish Gaelic Sweet voiced, melodious.
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