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From the beautiful and bold to the brilliantly basic, we’ve got a great collection of baby girls names that start with the letter B.
Brittany, that perky name from the 80s, is now inexorably linked to a certain blonde pop princess. Both the name and superstar...
Hebrew: House; a diminutive of Elizabeth and Bethany. Beth is remembered fondly by generations of readers as the gentle, loving sister...
English: Steward or law enforcer from occupation of bailiff; surname adapted to first name use
Hebrew: A village near Jerusalem where Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead; a possible variant of Beth and Ann
English: Near the small stream; Once a surname originally used for boys, Brooke is now used often for girls as well, especially when...
Gaelic: Little raven
Hebrew: Captivating, beautiful, desirable, to tie or bind; variant of Rebecca
Italian: White, shining; variant of Blanche
Brianna is a super popular girls name, so it's a good thing that it comes equipped with a variety of nicknames ranging from...
English: A type of alcoholic beverage used as a given name; possibly a variant of Brandeis or Brendan
In the Disney tale, Beauty and the Beast, Belle is a young woman who teaches the enchanted Beast how to love. Belle is rewarded...
From the Shakespearean play Much Ado About Nothing
Bridget is the Anglicized from of the distinctly Irish Brighid, the mythological Irish goddess of poetry, wisdom, and song...
Celtic: Strong or ascends; feminine form of Brian
Another name for nature-loving parents, Brook is a surname originally used for boys that is used often now for girls as well...
Celtic: From the plain lands
Scottish: Field of battle
Scottish: Pretty, charming, beautiful; This Scottish term is likely a derivation of the French word bon, meaning good or nice.
English: From the beaver stream or meadow
Between Brittany and Britney, there just seems to be no more room for poor little Brittney. Generally referring to someone...
Celtic: Raven, black-haired; also used as a variant of Brenda
Greek: One who brings victory; variant of Berenice
Something about that last 'z' makes Beatriz comes across as the sassier, fun-loving, exotic cousin of the more traditional...
Latin: Brings joy