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Congratulations! You’ve got a bouncing baby B name! And a whole bunch of them, to boot. Boy, girl… it doesn’t matter. We’re bringing them all to you.
Persian: Little father
French: Foreign woman, stranger, exotic; variant of Barbara
Egyptian: Osiris'' firstborn
Latin: Roman mythological god of wine, poetry, and revelry; equated with the Greek god Dionysus
Welsh: From Baddon
Arabic: Full moon; Badr is a site southwest of Medinah, Saudi Arabia, where Mohammed achieved victory over a Quoraychite caravan...
Scottish: Fair skinned
Persian: Price, value
Arabic: Lamb, calf, kid, to wean, brave, hero, difficult task
African: Lucky, fortunate (Swahili)
Arabic: Dazzling, brilliant, splendid, dazzled by sunlight; feminine form of Bahir
Persian: Name of a Persian king; also the planet Mars
Scottish: From the upper part
English: Steward or law enforcer from occupation of bailiff; surname adapted to first name use
Gaelic: Lives near the clear stream
Gaelic: Lives near the pale bridge, a bridge over white water
Gaelic: Foreign woman, stranger; variant of Barbara
English: Minstrel; a medieval musical entertainer
Egyptian: Noble oath
Baker is an English occupational surname that should probably just remain a surname. It doesn't have the same appeal as names...
Latin: Little stammerer or stutterer; Balbina may have originated as a nickname for a shy or speechless girl. Also the name of a...
Italian: Italian form of Bathalsar
English: Bold army
Norse: Son of Odin
English: Lives in the valley; variant of Vail
Brother of Balaan
A country in Indonesia