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B.B.
B.j. [m]
B.o.a.t. (Dutch) [mf]
 first letters of sentence "Stay Loyal To Us"
Baaike (Norwegian)
Baantjer (Dutch) [m]
 after TV program
Baas (Dutch)
 boss"
Bab
Baba (Malay)
 Chinese born in Indonesia
Babai
Babar
Babbe
Babbel (Dutch) [f]
 squirrel
Babbet
Babbette
 form of Barbara
Babbit
Babbus
 derived from Bas
Babca
Babdit
Babe (English)
 Beauty
Babes (English)
 see "Babe"
Babet
Babeta
Babett
Babette [f]
Babiche
Babie Lato (Polish) [mf]
 "dreads of spiderweb"
Babi-lato (Polish) [mf]
 "dreads of spiderweb"
Babirusa
Babisch
Babka
Baboes [mf]
Baboeschka (Russian) [f]
Baboesjka (Russian) [f]
 grandmum
Baboo
Babos [m]
Babouche (Russian)
 "Slipper"
Babs (Dutch) [f]
Babsi
Babsie
Babske
Babski [m]
Babsy
Babuschka
Babushka
Baby
Baby-Balu
BabyBear
BabyBoy
Babycake
Baby-Doll
Baby-Face
Babykins
Bac
Bacara
Bacardi
Bacardie (Dutch) [m]
 bacardi'
Bacca
Baccara
Baccarat
Bacchus (Greek)
 god of wine, son of Zeus
Baccio (Italian) [m]
 "kiss"
Bacco [m]
Baccus
Bach
Bachelor (English) [m]
Bacho
Bachoera (Ivriet) [f]
 "young lady"
Bachus [m]
 God of drink and wine
Baci (Italian) [mf]
Bacio (Italian) [m]
 "kiss"
Back
Backbone
Baco (Dutch) [m]
 BAcardi rum and COca Cola
Bacon (English) [m]
Bacsi (Hungarian) [m]
 sire name for Uncle
Bacurs
Bad
Badboyblue (English) [m]
Badda
Baddy
Badel
Badger
Badgio
Badhir
Badi
Badjo [m]
Badman
Bado
Badooki (Korean)
 dog from the novel 'I am the clay' by Ch. Potok
Badour [m]
Bady
Baebel
Baenzj
Baer
Baerbel
Baerbele
Baerke (Dutch Dialect) [m]
 "little bear"
Baerle
Baffi
Baffie
Baffle
Baffy
Bafi
Baget (French) [m]
 baguette'
Bagger (Dutch) [mf]
 "mud"
Baggins
Baggio [m]
Bagheera
Bagi (Croatian) [f]
Bagira
Bago [m]
Bagpuss
Bagra [mf]
Bagsi
Baguette
Bagus
Bahama
Bahenuka [mf]
Bahgera
Bahlow
Bahree [f]
Bai (French) [mf]
 "red brown"
Baico [m]
Baik
Baika (Croatian) [f]
 bajka'
Baila (Spanish)
 "Dancing"
Bailee
Bailey (English)
 "bailiff" (Old English)
Baileys [mf]
 drink
Baillie
Baily
Baines
Bainín (Irish) [mf]
 "white"
Baio
Bairbre (Irish) [f]
 form of barbara
Baisha
Baisy
Baja
Bajar
Bajaro
Bajazzo
Bajka (Croatian) [f]
 "fairy tale"
Bajo
Bajor
Bajoy [m]
Bajule
Bak
Baka
Bakari
Baki
Baku
Bala (Tibetan) [f]
 "girl"
Balach (Celtic) [m]
 "boy"
Balalaika (Russian) [f]
 music instrument
Balami
Balbo
Balboa
Balda
Baldar
Baldegund
Balder [m]
 "brave"
Baldi
Baldie
Baldo [m]
Baldor
Baldr (Middle Dutch) [m]
 Blusterer
Baldric
Baldrick
Balduin
Baldur (Islandic) [m]
 son of God Odin and Frigg
Baldwin (Teutonic)
 "bold friend". Leader from the first Crusade. This Flemish nobleman was crowned king of the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
Baldy
Balga
Bali
Balin
Balisto
 candy
Balka
Balkan
Balki
Balky
Balla
Ballade
Ballerina
Balloe (Dutch) [m]
 baloe'
Bally
Balmung
Baloe [mf]
Baloetje (Dutch) [m]
Baloo (English) [m]
 bear from Jungle Book
Balou [mf]
 "bear"
Balta
Baltasar
Baltes
Balthasar (Phoenician)
 "Baal protect the king". Baal is a deity from Phoenicia. One of the three wise men of the New Testament.
Balthazar
Balto (Dutch) [m]
Baltrun
Baltus
Balu
Balue
Balzac [m]
Bama
Bam-Bam
 character from the cartoon Flintstones
Bambi (Italian)
 "young girl" (bambina).
Bambie
 see Bambi
Bambino (Italian)
 "young boy"
Bamboe
Bamboozler
Bambu
Bamby
Bamerita's
Bamos
Bamse (Norwegian)
 "little bear"
Ban Thu (Chinese) [mf]
 "host"
Bana
Bancia
Banco
Banda
Bandai (Japanese)
 vulcano in Japan
Bandanna
Bandero
Bandet
Bandeta
Bandhu (Tibetan) [m]
 "friend"
Bandi
Bandid [mf]
Bandida (Spanish) [f]
Bandiet
Bandit (English) [mf]
Bandito
Banditt
Bando [f]
Bandolero
Bandor [m]
Bandu (Tibetan) [m]
 "friend"
Banduz
Bangle
Bango
Bangor
Bangy [mf]
Bani
Bania
Banja
Banjer (Dutch) [mf]
Banjo [m]
 musical instrument
Banka
Banko
Banner
Banni
Bannie
Bannin
Bannock (Scottish) [mf]
 biscuit
Banny
Banquo
Banshee
Banta
Bantam (English) [m]
 "combative little fellow'
Bantje (Mongolian) [m]
Banto
Bantoe (South African) [m]
 tribe
Bantu Lohbo
 "friend of man"
Bany
Banya
Banye (Chinese) [mf]
 diamant
Banzai
Bapooh
Barabas
 see Barabbas
Barabbas (Hebrew)
 criminal, released instead of Jesus by Pilatus at the request of the people
Barai (Japanese) [m]
 move in karate
Barak
Baras
Barat (Russian) [m]
 "friend"
Barb
Barbara (Greek)
 "foreign" Saint who was killed by her father, who was in his turn killed by lightning.
Barbarian
Barbarino
Barbarossa
 emperor Frederic I, 1152-1190
Barbeau
Bärbeli
Barbi
Barbie
Barbouche
Barby
Barca
Barclay
 brand of cigarettes
Barco
Barcos [m]
Bard
 singer from ancient times
Bardhy [m]
Bardiet
Bardo
Bardot
 Brigitte Bardot, French actress
Bardy
Baree [m]
Barfly
Barga
Bargo
Barina
Baringa [m]
 "the great beauty of frost on snow"
Barinja
Baris
Barisch
Bark
Barka
Barkas
Barkena
Barker (English) [m]
Barkey (English) [mf]
Barkley
Barko
Barko-King
Barkus
Barky
Barley
Barnabas
 gentile apostle who worked with Paul
Barnaby
Barnacle
Barnat
Barney
 short form of Barnabas, Bernard or Barnaby
Barnie
 see Barney
Barno
Barnum
Barny
Baro
Barock
Barody [m]
Baroef
Baroeshka [f]
Baron
Barones
Baroness
Baronesse
Baroni
Baronne
Baroque
Baros [m]
Barox
Barr
Barra
Barrad (Dutch (friesian))
 "brave"
Barran
Barras
Barrass
Barree
Barrek
Barret (Middle English) [m]
 "dispute"
Barri
Barricade
Barrie
 see Barry
Barriere
Barrikade
Barro [m]
Barron
Barros
Barrow
Barry (Gaelic, Welsh) [m]
 "spear" or "fair hair" (Gaelic) or named after the Barry Islands (off the coast of Wales, which were named after a place called Barruch).
Bars (English) [m]
Bart [m]
 short form of Bartholomew
Bartan [m]
Bartholomew (Hebrew) [m]
 "son of Tolmai". one of the apostles (also called Nathaniel)
Bartje (Dutch)
 diminutive of Bart
Bartles
Bartlomiej (Polish) [m]
 form of Bartholomew
Barto
Bartok (Russian) [m]
 bat
Barton
Bartot
Baru [m]
Baruch (Hebrew) [m]
 "blessed". Companion of prophet Jeremiah.
Barungka
Baruni
Barynn
Baryshnicat
Barzan
Bas (Dutch) [m]
Basa
Basalt
Basar
Bascha
Baschka
Basco [m]
Base
Basel
Basha
Bashful
Bashir [m]
 Character from Star Trek - Deep Space Nine; Dr. Julian Bashir is medical officer of the space station DS9
Basia
Basie [mf]
 after Count Basie
Basil (Greek) [m]
 "king". 4th century bishop who was one of the fathers of the early church. Name of two Byzantine emperors
Basilius
Basje
Baska
Baske
Basker
Baski
Basko
Basrha
Basrouge
Bass
Bassan (Greek)
 "Fire"
Bassi
Bassia
Bassie
Basso
Bassy
Bast
Basta
Bastiaan
Bastian
Bastie
Bastilla
Bastl
Baston
Bastor
Bastos
Bastra
Basty
Batal (Arabic) [m]
 "warrior"
Batard
Bateman (English) [m]
Bathanny
Bathany
Bathold
Bathsheba (Hebrew)
 wife of king David, former wife of Uria
Batico
Batida
Batie
Batja [f]
 the girl who took Moses out of the water
Batjov [mf]
Batka
Batman
 comic character
Bats (Dutch) [m]
Batsman (Swedish) [m]
Battersfa
Batty
Batwin
Batza (Polish) [m]
Batzi
Bau
Bauble [mf]
Baugi
Bauke
Baukje
Baulus (Greek) [m]
 "the little one"
Bauschi
Bautz
Bavari
Bawbee
Bax
Baxi
Baxley
Baxter
Bay [f]
Bay Of Gold
Bay Yang (Chinese)
Baya
Bayard
Bayco [m]
Bayer
Bayja
Bayka [mf]
Bayke [mf]
Bayko [m]
Bayla
Baylee
Bay-lee
Bayley [f]
Baymey
Bayo
Bayoe [f]
Bayou
Bayra
Baytie [f]
Baz
Bazi
Baziel [m]
Bazil
Bazooka
 portable anti tank weapon
Bazza
Bazzy [m]
BB
 short for 'Brigitte Bardot'
B-bop
 music style
Bc (English)
 short for 'Border Collie'
Be
Be Happy
Bea [f]
 short for Beatrice
Bea Native
Beachgirl
Beacker (English) [f]
Bead
Beady
Beagan
 "little one"
Beagel
Beagle
 dog breed; also one of Darwin's ships
Beagly
Beago
Beake
Beaker
Beakin
Beal
Beam
Beamer [mf]
Beamish [f]
Bean
Beaner
Beaney (English) [mf]
Beanie (English)
 type of head
Beanly
Beans
Beany
Bear
Beardy
Bearke
Bearnie
Bearon
Beasley
Beast (English) [m]
Beat
Beate (German) [f]
 short form of Beatrice
Beatle (English) [mf]
Beatrice (Latijn) [f]
 "happy".
Beatrix (Dutch) [f]
 form of Beatrice
Beattie
Beatty
 last name of actor Warren Beatty
Beau (French) [m]
 "beautiful"
Beau-ann (English) [f]
 "beautiful ann"
Beauciphoes
Beaucoup (French)
 "a lot of"
Beaujolais (French)
 region famous for its wine
Beaulieu
Beaumont (French) [m]
 "beautiful mountain"
Beauregard (French) [m]
 "beautiful outlook"
Beaury
Beauty
Beauw
Beaver
Beavis
 cartoon character (Beavis and Butthead)
Beba
Bebe (French)
 "baby"
Bébe (French)
 "baby"
BeBee
Bebi
Bebis
Bebop [m]
Bebra
Becca [f]
 short for Rebecca
Beccles
Beck
Becka
Becket
Beckie
 short for Rebecca
Becky (English) [f]
 short for Rebecca
Beco
Beda
Beddie
Bedelia (Irish) [f]
 variant of Bridget
Bedouin
Beef [m]
Beefeater
Beegle
Beejay [f]
Beeke (Hungarian) [mf]
 "peace"
Beelzebub
 leader of the devils
Beengy
Beeper
Beer (Dutch)
 "bear"
Beernd (Dutch) [m]
 short form of bernard
Beertje (Dutch)
 "little bear"
Beesie (English)
 short for 'Border Collie'
Beeswax
Beeter
Beethoven (German) [m]
 famous composer
Beetle (English) [m]
Beetlejuice
Beezer
Befferley
Bega
Begga
Beggi
Beggie
Begira
Bego (Dutch) [m]
Begonia
Begum
Behram (Persian) [m]
 "victory"
Beidj [mf]
 "the white one"
Beige
Beika
Beike
Beinet
Beinn
Beira
Beitske (Dutch (frisian)) [f]
Beja
Beji
Beke (Dutch) [mf]
Bekka [f]
Bekkie [f]
 Becky'
Bekla
Bel
Bela (Hungarian) [m]
 possibly "white" (Slavic), "inner part" (Hungarian), "distinguished" (Turkish)
Belair
Belamy
Belanda (Indonesian) [mf]
 "dutchmen, white"
B'elanna [f]
 Character from Star Trek - Voyager (half Klingon, half human, head of engineering)
Belcanto
Belfy
Belga [f]
Belicimo (Italian)
Belille
Belinda (Teutonic) [f]
 "beautiful snake", sign of wisdom
Belissa
Belit
Belix
Belka
Belker
Bell
Bella (Italian) [f]
 "beautiful"
Bella Mia
Bella Vita
Belladona
Belladonna
Bellagio
BellaMia
Bellamy
Bellboy
Belle (French) [f]
 "beautiful"
Bellebanes
Bellefleur
Belle-petit
Belli
Bellie
Bellina
Belline
Bellman
Bello (Italian) [m]
 "beautiful"
Belloma
Bellona
 goddess of war
Bellorma
Bellow [mf]
Belly (English) [mf]
Belo
Beloega [mf]
 species of whales
Belona
Belotte (French) [f]
 "sweet", "funny"
Beloved
Belphi [f]
Belschik
Beltis
Beluga
Bemmel (Dutch) [mf]
 name of town
Ben (Hebrew) [m]
 "son" or short form of Benjamin
Bena
Benares (Tibetan) [f]
Benatar
Benboy
Bency [f]
Benda
Bendaii
Bender
Bendix
Bendo [m]
Bendy [f]
Benedetto (Italian) [m]
 form of Benedict
Benedict (Latin) [m]
 "blessed"
Beneditto
 form of Benedict
Benek
Benevoulent
Benga
Bengal
Bengel (Dutch) [mf]
 "naughty one"
Bengeltje
Bengi
Bengie
Bengo [m]
Bengt (Swedish, Danish) [m]
 form of Benedict
Bengy (Dutch) [m]
Beni
Benim (Turkish) [mf]
 "rose"
Benita
Benito (Spanish) [m]
 form of Benedict ("blessed" in Latin)
Benj
Benja
Benjamin (Hebrew) [m]
 "son of the south" or "son of the right hand". youngest son of Jacob
Benjamine (French) [f]
 feminine form of Benjamin
Benjay [m]
Benjaya [f]
Benji [mf]
 moviedog
Benjie
Benjo
Benjy
Benka
Benn
Benna
Bennet
Benni
Bennie [m]
Bennington
Benno (German) [m]
 short form of names containing bern
Bennso
Benny
Benoit (French) [m]
 form of Benedict
Benoite (French) [f]
 feminine form of Benoit
Bensja
Benson (English) [m]
 "descendent of Bendict" (Old English)
Benta
Bente (Frysian) [f]
Benthor (Hebrew, Norwegian) [m]
 "sun of lightning"
Bentle
Bentles
Bentley (English) [m]
Bently
Bento
Bentser [m]
Benty [f]
Bentzie
Benvy (Irish) [f]
 "lady of Meath"
Beny
Benyi
Benz [m]
 Mercedes Benz
Benza
Benzi [f]
Benzie
Benzji
Beowoof
Beowulf (English)
 Old-English epic poem, 7th century
Beowulff
 see Beowulf
Bep (Dutch) [f]
Beppie (Dutch/english) [mf]
 Break Even Point
Beppo
Bera
Berandal (Malays) [m]
Berbadette
Berbe
Berbel
Berber [mf]
Berby
Berco
Berdine
Bere
Berecillo
Bereina
Bereke (Dutch) [m]
 form of *beer*
Berend
Beret
Berf (Turkish) [mf]
 snow
Berganza
Berger (French)
 "Shepherd"
Bergy
Berian
Berie
Bering (Danish) [m]
Berix
Berka
Berke (Turkish)
 "big"
Berla
Berle
Berlinde
Berlioz [mf]
Berlo
Bern
Berna
Bernadette [f]
 feminine form of Bernard; young woman of Lourdes who saw visions of Mary
Bernadino
 form of Bernard
Bernard (Teutonic) [m]
 "bear brave"
Bernardine [f]
 feminine form of Bernard
Bernardo (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese) [m]
 form of Bernard
Bernd [m]
 short form of Bernard
Berndt
Bernette [f]
Bernhard (German) [m]
 form of Bernard
Bernhild
Berni
Bernice (Greek) [f]
 "bringing victory"
Bernie
Berniece
Bernike
Berno
Bernold
Bernos
Bernsdorf
Bernt
Bero
Berol
Berold
Berolm
Beronn
Berra
Berre (Dutch) [m]
Berri
Berrij
Berrit
Berro
Berry (English) [m]
 form of Barry or referring to the small fruit
Bert [m]
 short form of names ending with bert
Berta
Bertel
Bertha (English) [f]
 "bright" or "famous" (Old English)
Berthe (French) [f]
 form of Bertha
Berthild
Bertho
Berthold (Teutonic) [m]
 "bright ruler"
Berti
Bertie
Bertil
Bertilo
Bertina [f]
 feminine form of Bert
Bertl
Berto
Bertrada
Bertram (Teutonic) [m]
 "bright raven"
Bertrand
Bertrum
Bertus (Dutch) [m]
Bertyll
Berusko
Berwyn (Welsh) [m]
 "white head"
Bery
Beryl (Sanskrit) [f]
 pale green stone
Bes
Besa (English) [f]
 australian brand of heavy duty brick
Besalu
Besame
Besca
Besco [m]
Beseech
Besheita
Beshue
Besi
Besie
Besito
Bess
Bessa
Besser (English) [f]
 besa'
Bessi
Bessie
Bessli
Besso
Bessy
Best Man
Beste
Besy
Bet
Beta
Beth [f]
 short form of Elizabeth or Bethany
Betha
Bethany (Hebrew) [f]
 "house of figs". Town were Lazarus lived.
Betina
 see Bettina
Beltxa (Spanish (baskian)) [mf]
 "black"
Betra
Betsie (Dutch) [f]
Betsy [f]
 form of Elizabeth
Bett
Betta
Bette
Betti
Bettie (Dutch)
 form of Betty
Bettina [f]
 Latinate form of Betty
Bettis
Betty [f]
 form of Elizabeth
Betty Boop
 cartoon character
Bettyke
Betus (Polish) [m]
Bety
Betyar (Hungarian) [m]
 "naughty"
Betzi
Betzie
Beulah (Hebrew) [f]
 "married". In Isaiah 62:4 it refers to the land of Israel
Beute
Beuty
 form of Beauty
Beverly (English) [f]
 "beaver stream" (Old English)
Bevin (Irish) [f]
 "melodious lady"
Bevy
Bewitched
Bex
Bexley
Bexter
Beycke
Beyke
Beyko
Beyonce (Spanish) [f]
 "light of hope"
Beyron (Swedish) [m]
Beyzade (Turkish) [f]
Bezie
BG
Bharat (Sanskrit) [m]
 "being maintained"; one of the names of the Hindu god of fire; the brother of Rama in the Hindu legend; official name of the country of India
Bhodi [f]
Bhodie [mf]
Bhoeda [m]
Bhuna
Bhutan
Bia
Biala
Bialy
Biana
Bianca (Italian) [f]
 form of Blanche
Bianco
Biandra [f]
Biane
Bianka
 see Bianca
Bians
Biasca
Biba
Bibber (Dutch) [mf]
 "shiver", "tremble"
Bibbi
Bibbles
Bibelot [f]
Bibi [f]
Bibiana
Bibi-anne
Bibiche (French) [f]
 "darling"
Bibieh (Dutch) [f]
Bibi-jan
Bibi-jane
Biby [f]
Bica
Bice (English) [f]
 beatrice'
Bichette
Bicho
Bicke
Bickel [m]
Bicko
Bico
Bidack
Biddhy
Biddie
Biddle [f]
Biddles (English) [m]
Biddy
Bido [m]
Bidwell
Biegie
Biehla
Biek [f]
Bieke (Dutch) [f]
Biel
Biela
Biele
Biena
Bienaimee (French) [f]
Bienchen
Biene
Biënta [f]
Bienvenue (French) [mf]
 "welcome"
Biera
Biest
Bietha (Surinam) [f]
 "daughter"
Biff
Biffers
Biffie
Biffy
Bifi (Dutch) [mf]
 sausage
Big Boy
BigDipper
Bigelow
Bigfoot (English)
 Large ape-like creature from the forest. Yeti in Asia.
Bigga
Bigger (English)
Biggi
Biggie
Biggles (English) [m]
 comic character
Bigglesworth
Biggy
Bigie
Bigoeke [f]
Bigpuss
BigTime
Bigz
Bijin (Japanese) [f]
 "beautiful woman"
Bijke (Dutch/frisian) [mf]
Bijou (French) [f]
 "jewel"
Bijoux
Biju (French)
 Different way of writing Bijoux, "jewel"
Bika (Czech) [m]
Biker
Bikkel
Bikki
Bikkie
Biko (English) [m]
 "Steve Biko, black freedom fighther from South Africa"
Biksha
Bila (Czech) [f]
 "white"
Bilal [m]
Bilander
Bilbo
 Bilbo Baggins was the famous Hobbit in the books of J.R.R. Tolkien.
Bilda
Bildo
Bilfried
Bilinda
Bilka
Bilke
Bilko
Bill [m]
 short form of William
Billa
Bille
Billee (English) [m]
 Name out of the book 'Call of the wild' from Jack London
Billford
Billi
Billie
 short form van William
Billie-joe [m]
Billo
Billy
 short form of William
Billy-bart (English) [m]
Billy-Boy
Biloxy
Bilstrud
Bimba
Bimbo
Bimky
Bimmer
Bimota
Bin
Bina
Bincha (Belgian) [f]
Binck [m]
Bindi
Bindy (English) [f]
Bine
Bing [m]
Binga
Bingie
Bingo
Bini
Bink (Dutch) [m]
 "chap"
Binka
Binkey [m]
Binkie (Dutch) [mf]
Binky (Dutch) [m]
 bink'
Binna
Binni
Binno
Binntan
Bino
Binta
Bintang (Molucs) [f]
 "star"
Binti [mf]
Bintu (African) [f]
 "daughter from"
Binty
Biny
Binzy [m]
Bionda
Bionka
Bira
Birba
Birca [f]
Birdi
Birdie
Birdy
Birga
Birget
 form of Bridget
Birgit (Scandinavian) [f]
 form of Bridget
Birgitta (Scandinavian) [f]
 form of Bridget
Biri (Norwegian) [mf]
 city in Norway
Biritt
Birk
Birka
Birke
Birko
Birma
Birna
Birne [f]
Biron (English) [m]
 form of Byron
Birrilo (Italian) [m]
Birscha
Birtly
Biru (Indian)
 "blue"
Biryook (Russian) [mf]
 "lonely wolf"
Bis
Bischa
Bisco [mf]
Biscotte
Biscotti
Biscuit (English) [mf]
Bishop
Biskaya
Biskit [f]
Bisko
Bisku
Bisky (English) [mf]
Bismarck
Bismark
Bisoe [m]
 form of Bisou
Bisou (French) [m]
 "kiss"
Bissa
Bissula
Bisto
Bistro
Bisy [m]
Bita
Bitch
Bite (English) [mf]
Biterolf
Bitrrolf
Bits
Bitsy
Bitter Sweet
Bitty
Bitz
Bivo
Biwi
Biwonka
Bix
Bixby [mf]
Bixente (French)
 Name of soccer player
Bixi
Bixie
Bizar [m]
Bizarre
Bizkit
Bizou (French)
 "little kiss"
Bizzy
BJ
Bjada
Bjanka
Bjarki (Islandic)
Bjarko (Russian) [m]
Bjarn (Islandic)
Bjarne
Bjarno (Swedish) [m]
 björn'
B-jay [m]
Bjela
Bjelka
Bjelkier (Russian) [mf]
 "white devil"
Bjelky
Bjerka [m]
Bjoeke [m]
Bjoern (Scandinavian) [m]
 "bear"
Bjoetie [mf]
 beauty'
Bjørg
Bjorga [m]
Bjork [m]
Björk (Icelandic) [f]
 after pop singer
Bjorka
Björke [f]
Bjorn
 form of Bjoern
Bjorna (Swedish) [f]
 "little bear"
Bjorne [m]
 form of Bjoern
Bjossa
Bjuli
Bjuly
Bjury [f]
Bjuti
Blacie
Black (English) [m]
Black Lace
Black Lucky
Black Nena
Black Tip
Blacka
Blackbird
Blacker (English)
 "black"
Blackey
Blacki
Blackie
Blackjack
Blacks
Blacky (English) [f]
Blade [m]
 movie
Blae
Blaecki
Blafke (Dutch)
Blagueur
Blah
Blaica
Blaico [m]
Blaine [m]
 "servant of Blaan" (Blaan was a Scottish saint).
Blair (Celtic) [mf]
 "a plain"
Blairy
Blaise (Latin) [m]
 "lisp". first name of scientist Pascal
Blaitha
Bláithín (Irish) [f]
 "little flower"
Blaithine (Irish) [f]
 beautiful flower
Blaize
Blake (English) [m]
 "black" or "pale"(Old English).
Blakkie [m]
Blanc (French) [mf]
 white
Blanca (Spanish) [f]
 form of Blanche
Blanche (French) [f]
 "white" or "fair"
Blanco
Blanda
Blandana
Blandi
Blandisch
Blank
Blanka (Dutch) [f]
 "blank"
Blanko (Dutch) [m]
 "blank"
Blanzer [mf]
Blappie
Blarney
Blase
Blaska
Blastor (English) [m]
Blat
Blayze (English) [mf]
 blaze'
Blaza
Blaze
Blazej (Polish) [m]
 form of Blaise
Blazer
Blazey [mf]
Bleau
Bleck
Blecki
Blecky
Bleia
Blenda
Blende
Blender
Blensy
Blesco
Blesk (Czech) [m]
 "lightning"
Bless
Blessi
Blessie (Dutch) [f]
Blessing
Blester [mf]
Bleu (French)
 "blue"
Blicher
Blida
Blido
Blikky (Dutch) [m]
Bliksem (Dutch) [mf]
 "lightning"
Blimp
Blinda
Blini [mf]
Blinker (Dutch) [mf]
Blinky [mf]
Bliska
Bliss (English) [f]
 "heavenly"
Blissful
Blisso [m]
Blister
Blithe (English) [m]
 playfull
Blits (Dutch) [m]
Blitsy
Blitz
Blitzen
Blitzi
Blixa (Dutch) [mf]
Blixen
Blixo (Dutch) [m]
Blizz
Blizzard (English (North America))
 Snow storm
Blizzerd [mf]
 form of Blizzard
Blizzi
Blizzy
Blob
Bloeper (Dutch) [mf]
 form of blooper
Blom (Dutch)
 "flower"
Blonda
Blonde
Blondi
Blondie
Blondy
Bloomer
Blooper (English) [mf]
Blossem
Blossom (English) [f]
Blot
Blotter
Blotto
Blu
Blubber
Bludfang [m]
 Variant spelling of Blood Fang; an archly ironic name for a well-mannered dog.
Blue (English) [mf]
Blue Boy (English) [m]
Blue Moon
Blue Velvet
BlueBerry
Bluecher
BlueChips
BlueLady
Bluella (English) [m]
BlueMarch
BlueMoon
Blueprint
BlueRain
Blues
BluesBrother
Bluestar
Bluete
Bluey
Bluff
Bluffer (Dutch) [m]
Bluish
Blume
Blunder (Dutch) [mf]
 "mistake"
Bluppie
Blurp
Blurpie
Blusher (English) [mf]
Blutlinie
Bluts [m]
Blyth [mf]
 "wolf"
Bo
(Irish) [f]
 "cow"
Bo Ghy (Indian) [m]
 "big boy"
Bo Tai (Chinese) [m]
Boa
Boaika
Boaike
Boas [m]
 form of Boaz
Bo-at (Dutch) [mf]
 short for 'Stay Loyal to Us Forever'
Boatswain
Boaz (Hebrew) [m]
 "power is in Him"
Bob [m]
 short form of Robert
Boban (Croatic) [m]
 soccerplayer AC Milan
BobBarker
Bobberd (Dutch) [mf]
 "large head"
Bobbes
Bobbi
Bobbie (Dutch) [m]
Bobbientje (Dutch) [f]
 character from Dutch tv program
Bobbisch
Bobbit
Bobby [mf]
 short form of Roberta, Robert or Barbara.
Bobie (Portuguese) [m]
Bobientje (Dutch) [f]
Bobik
Bobke [m]
Bobo (French)
 "Beautiful beautiful"
Bo-bo
Bobs
Bobster
Boby (Portuguese) [m]
Boca
Bocaccio
Bocan
BoCarys
Boccaccio
Boccacio
Boccia
Boccy
Bocephus
Boci (Hungarian)
 "young cow"
Bock
Boda
Bodacious
Bodan
Boddrie (Hungarian) [m]
Bodette [f]
Bodger [m]
Bodhi [mf]
Bodhie
Bodhisattva
Bodhy
Bodi
Bodie
Bodien
Bodies
Bodil
Bodine [f]
Bodo
Bodre (Hungarian) [m]
Bodrik (Slovak)
Bodrti
Body (English)
Bodyll [f]
Bodza (Hungarian) [f]
 Elderly flower
Boeba [mf]
Boebay
Boebes
Boeca
Boeddha
Boedy
Boef (Dutch)
 "criminal" (chilish or friendly word); naughty boy
Boeffie
Boefie (Dutch)
 form of Boef
Boefje (Dutch)
 form of Boef
Boefke (Dutch) [mf]
Boelie
Boelina
Boelit (Dutch) [m]
 form of bullit
Boely
Boemel
Boemer (Dutch) [m]
Boender (Dutch) [m]
Boendy (Dutch) [m]
Boes
Boesje
Boeska
Boeskoh
Boesta
Boet
Boeth (Indian) [m]
Boetwild
Boew
Boezie
Boffer
Boffie
Boffolie (African) [mf]
 small and cute
Bogar (Hungarian) [m]
Bogart
Bogdan (Slavic) [m]
 "gift from God"
Bogdana (Polish) [f]
 feminine form of Bogdan
Bogey
Bogeyman
Boggie
Bo-ghy (Indian) [m]
 "big man"
Bogie
Bogo [m]
Bogor
Bogumil (Slavic) [m]
 "favoured by God"
Bogus
Boguslaw (Slavic) [m]
 "glory of God"
Bogy [m]
Bogyi
Boh
Bohdan (Czech) [m]
 form of Bogdan
Bohdi
Bohemian
Bohemienne
Bohoats (Hungarian) [m]
 "clown"
Bohra
Bohy
Boika (Russian) [mf]
 fighter
Bo-ing [f]
 combination of names of parents: Bommel and Swing
Boing-Boing
Boink
Boj
Bojahn
Bojangles
Bo-Jangles
Bojar
Bojca [mf]
Bojdara (Latin) [f]
 "godness of chaos"
Bojer
Bojidara (Bulgarian) [f]
 "gift from God"
Bojka (Dutch (frysian)) [mf]
Bojke [f]
Bojtar (Hungarian) [m]
 "shepherd boy"
Boka
Boke
Bokito [m]
Bokko [mf]
Bola
Bolan [m]
Boldar
Bolder
Bolero
Boleslaw (Slavic) [m]
 "great glory"
Boley
Boli
Bolita [f]
Bolko
Boll
Bolla
Bolle
Bolleke
Bollewopsie (Dutch)
Bollie
Bollo
Bolly
Bolo
Bologna (Italian)
 region in Italy
Bolte
Bolto [mf]
Bomani (African) [m]
Bomba (Surinam) [mf]
 "sexy lady"
Bomber (English)
Bombi
Bombino
Bombshell
Bomja
Bommel
Bommeltje
Bommes [m]
Bommetje (Dutch)
 form of Bom ("bomb")
Bon Jovi
Bona (Latin)
 "good"
Bonanza (English)
 "goldmine, godsend, paradise"
Bonardie [mf]
Bonasse
Bonbon
Boncuk (Turkish) [mf]
Bond [m]
Bondie
Bondjoek (Turkish) [mf]
 "beady eye"
Bone
Boner (English) [m]
Bones
Bonette
Boney
Boney M
 pop band from the eighties
Bonfire
Bonga
Bongiorno
Bongo [m]
Bonheur
Bonhomme (French) [m]
 "good man"
Boni
Bonichya [f]
Bonie
Bonifatius
Bonita (Spanish) [f]
 "pretty"
Bonito (Spanish) [m]
 "sweet, friendly"
Bonja
Bonje (Dutch)
 "fight"
Bonjo
Bonjour
Bonk [m]
Bonkers
Bonko (Dutch) [m]
Bonks
Bonky
Bonna
Bonne
BonneyM
Bonni
Bonnie (Latin, Celtic) [f]
 "good" (Latin) or "pretty" (Celtic)
Bonniena
Bonno [m]
Bonny (English) [f]
 "cute", "precious"
Bono (English) [m]
 after singer of U2
Bons
Bonsai
Bonsaia
Bonso
Bonsy
Bonthy
Bonti [m]
Bontje
Bonto
Bonza
Bonzo
Boo [mf]
Boo Boo
Boober
BooBoo
Boo-Boo
Boobs (English) [f]
Booby
Boof
Boofa
Boogaboo
Booger [mf]
Boogie (English) [mf]
 form of to boogy
Boogie-Woogie
Boogins
Boogs
Boogy (English) [m]
Booie
Boojum
Booker
Bookie
Booly
Boomar [m]
Boom-Boom
Boomer [mf]
Boomy
Boone
Booner
Booper
Boopy [mf]
Booster
Boot
Bootch
Boots
Bootsie
Bootster (English) [m]
Bootz
Boover [m]
Boozer
Boozum
Bopp
Bopper
Bor (Dutch) [m]
Bora (Greek) [f]
 "food"
Borah
Borak [m]
Boram
Boran [m]
Boras
Borax
Borca
Borco
Border (English) [m]
Bordey [m]
Bordie
Bordo
Bordoch (Egyptan)
 "destruction"
Bordy (Dutch) [mf]
Boreas
Boren
Borex
Borg
 alien people from Star Trek
Borga
Borghild (Old Norse) [f]
 "fortress battle"
Borgo [m]
Bori
Boriaan [m]
Borinka [f]
Boris (Slavic) [m]
 "battle". 10th-century Russian saint and name of several Russian and Bulgarian czars.
Borislav (Slavic) [m]
 "fame in battle"
Bork (Dutch) [m]
Borka (Russian) [m]
Borkas
Borke (Old Frysian) [f]
 "bear"
Borko
Bornviking
Boro
Boromir
 character from J.R.R. Tolkien's 'The Lord of the Rings'
Borra (Italian, Indian, Swedish) [m]
 "wool" from burra (Latin) "flock of wool"; village in India; "bore", "drill"
Borre (Dutch) [mf]
Borrel (Dutch)
 "drink"
Borres
Borretje (Dutch)
 Short version of Bor
Borri
Borris
Borro [m]
Borrow
Borry [m]
Bors
Borscht
Borsja
Boru [m]
Borus
Boruss
Borvo
Boryck
Borys
Borzl
Bosbeer
Bosch
Bosco (English) [m]
BoscoStar
Boshay (Tibetan) [mf]
 "amber"
Boshka [f]
Boska
Boski
Bosko
Bosley
Boss
Bosse [m]
Bossel
Bössel
Bossi
Bossie
Bossman
Boston
Boswell
Bosworth (English)
Bosy
Bosz
Botas (Greek) [mf]
 "bringer of peace"
Botero [m]
Botha
Bothas [m]
Bothoo [f]
Botje (Dutch) [m]
 boyfriend of Ariel from movie Little Mermaid
Botwin
Botzee (Hungarian) [mf]
 cow-like coloration
Botzeekah (Hungarian) [mf]
 cow-like coloration
Bou
Bouba
Boube [mf]
Boubie
Boubou
Bouchra
Boudewijn [m]
Boudicca
Boudreaux
Bouffant
Bougainvillea
Boukje (Dutch)
Boulevard
Bouli (Finnish) [m]
 "snowman"
Boulie (French)
 "little ball"
Boullah
Bouly (French)
 "little ball"
Bounce
Bouncer
Bouncy
Bounder
Bounte
Bounty
Bouquet
Bourbon
Bous
Boushka [f]
Bouvy [mf]
Bouzzi [m]
Bov
Bow
Bowan [mf]
Bowe
Bowi [m]
Bowie (English) [m]
Bowina [f]
Bowke
Bowman
Bowser
Bowtay
BowTie
Bow-wow (English)
 Sound of a dog
Bowy [f]
Box
Boxarn
Boxer
Boxey
Boxy
Boy (English) [m]
Boy San
Boya
Boyar
Boyaz [mf]
Boyca [f]
BoyCat
Boyce
Boychick
Boyco (Dutch) [m]
 clothes brand
Boycur [m]
Boyd [m]
Bo-yi (Tibetan) [m]
 "little man"
Boyka [mf]
Boyke [m]
 combination of Boy and -ke (diminutive) (Dutch (Friesian))
Boyo (Welsh) [m]
 boy
Boysi [m]
Boysie
Boyt [f]
 boy'
Boytjer [m]
Boyzy
Boz
Bozena
Bozer
Bozo
Bozydar (Polish) [m]
 "divine gift"
Bozzie
Brabus (German) [m]
Bracco
Brace (English) [m]
Bracha (Hebrew) [mf]
 "blessing"
Brachen (English/scotts) [m]
 A common type of bush in Scotland and nearbye environs
Brack [f]
Bracken (English)
 nature
Brackus [m]
Brad (English) [m]
 short form of Bradford or Bradley
Bradford (English) [m]
 "broad ford" (Old English)
Bradley (English) [m]
 "broad clearing" (Old English)
Bradstreet
Brady (Gaelic) [m]
 "spirited one"
Brae
Braemar (Scottish) [m]
 town
Braga (Teutonic)
 God of poetry, eloquence, slyness
Bragi (Teutonic)
 God of poetry, eloquence, slyness
Brahms
Brain (English)
Brainchild (English)
Braindead (English)
Brakkie (Dutch) [m]
Bram (Dutch) [m]
 short for Abraham
Brama
 Hindu god
Bramble (English) [mf]
Brambles
Brammie
Bran (Gaelic (irish)) [m]
 "raven"
Branca
Branco (Portuguese) [m]
 "blanc, innocent"
Brand (Old Norse) [m]
 "sword"
Brand New (English)
Branda
Brandal (Indonesian) [mf]
 "rascal"
Brande [f]
 variant of Brandy
Brandi [f]
 form of Brandy
Brandie
 form of Brandy
Brando
Brandon (English) [m]
 "hill covered with broom" (Old English), sometimes form of Brendan
Brandos
Brandt [m]
 form of Brand
Brandy (English) [f]
 alcoholic drink
Brandywine
Brangaene
Branigan (Gaelic (Irish))
 slang for pub hopping
Branislav (Czech) [m]
 form of Bronislaw
Branja
Branka [f]
 short form of Branislav
Branko [m]
 short form of Branislav
Brannan
Brannon (Irish) [m]
 form of Brandon or "descendent of Bran" from 'Mac Branain'
Branson
Branwen
Bras
Brashetia
 Italian dish with toast and tomatoes
Brasil
Brasilia
Braska [f]
 short form of Nebraska (state in USA)
Brasko
Brass
Brasser (Dutch) [m]
Brasso
Brassy
Brast
Brat
Bratley (English) [m]
 "boy"
Bratumil (Slavic) [m]
 "favoured by a brother"
Bratwurst (German)
 "roast sausage"
Braun (German)
 "brown"
Brava (Italian) [f]
 "wonderful"
Brave (English) [mf]
Braveheart
Bravinger
Bravo
Bravos
Bravour
Brax [m]
Braxas
Brayza [f]
Brea
Breacan
Break
BreakALeg
Breathless
Brechin
Brecht
Brechta
Brechtje (Dutch (frisian)) [f]
Breck
Breckon (English) [mf]
Brecon
Breda
Bredeix
Bredo
Bree
Breeza (English) [mf]
 breezer'
Breeze
Breezer (English) [f]
 drink
Breezy (English) [f]
Brego
Bregtje (Dutch) [mf]
Breide
Bren
Brend
Brenda (Old Norse) [f]
 "sword"
Brendagi
Brendan (Irish) [m]
 "prince" (in Irish Breanainn)
Brendi
Brendie
Brendo [m]
Brendor
Brendy
Brenin
Brenn
Brenna (Welsh, Irish) [f]
 "raven" or form of Brenda
Brennan
Brenner
Brennie (Dutch) [m]
Brent (Celtic) [m]
 "of Brent" (Brent is a place name meaning "hill")
Brenta
Brentano
Bresca [f]
Bresco
Bresja [m]
Bresly
Bresta
Bresto
Breston [m]
Brett (English) [m]
 "a Breton" from Middle English
Brew
Brewsky
Brewsly
Brewster
Brex
Brey
Breyn
Brezka (Czech) [f]
Bria
Brian (Celtic) [m]
 maybe "hill" or "high" or "noble" or "strong"
Briana
 form of Brian
Brianna (Irish) [f]
 form of Brian
Brianne [f]
 feminine form of Brian
Briar
Bric
Brice (Celtic) [m]
 "speckled"
Brick
Bricky
Brico [m]
 short for British Colombia
Brida
Bridger (English) [m]
 "one who builds bridges"
Bridges
Bridget (Irish) [f]
 "high goddess". Goddess of poetry and wisdom.
Bridgey
Bridie
Bridjo (French) [mf]
Brie
Brier
Bries (Dutch) [f]
 wind
Brieta
Brigadoon
Brigant
Brigantia
Brigga
Briggi
Briggs
Bright
Brightley (English) [f]
 Bright'
Brightness (English) [mf]
Brights
Brighty (English) [mf]
Brigi
Brigit
Brigitt
Brigitta
Brigitte (French) [f]
 form of Bridget
Brigus [m]
Brijon
Briljant
Brill
Brillant
Brillo
Brimber
Brin
Brina
Brinca
Brindee
Brindel [mf]
Brindle (English)
 colour
Brinio
Brink
Brinka
Brinker
Brinkley (English) [m]
Brinklie
Brinkly
Brinno
Brino
Briony
Briquet
Brisa
Brisan [m]
Brisca
Brisco
Brise
Brisha [f]
Briska
Brisky
Brissie (English) [mf]
 short for Brisbane (capitol of QLD Australia)
Bristka
Bristol (English) [mf]
 city in Southwest England
Brit (Dutch)
Brita
Britanya [f]
Britches
Britha [f]
Britney (English) [f]
Britt
Britta (Swedish) [f]
 short form of Birgitta
Brittany (French) [f]
 "from Brittany" a region in the Northwest of France
Britte [f]
Brittney [f]
 form of Brittany
Britton (Middle English) [m]
 "of Britain"
Britty (English) [f]
Brivi
Brix
Brixa
Brixe
Brixel
Brixi
Brixie
Brixy
Bro [m]
Broadway
Broc (Irish) [m]
 "badger"
Brocade
Brochan
Brock (English, Irish) [m]
 "badger" (Old English)
Brockagh
Brockle
Brocky
Broderick
Brodie
Brody
Broebel (Flamish) [mf]
 slang for water bubbles
Broes
Broesja (Russian) [f]
Broez
Brogan (English) [m]
Brok
Brolin [m]
 soccer player
Brolinn
Bromo
Brona (Greek)
 "bearer of victory"
Bronagh (Irish) [f]
 "sorrow"
Bronca [f]
Bronco
Bronislaw (Slavic) [m]
 "protection glory"
Bronja (Greek) [f]
Bronka
Bronko
Bronson
Bront [m]
Bronte (Greek, Gaelic) [m]
 see Brontë
Brontë (Greek, Gaelic) [m]
 "thunder" (Greek) or "bestower" (Gaelic). Three famous novelists Emily, Anne and Charlotte Brontë.
Bronwen (Welsh) [f]
 "fair breast"
Bronwyn
 form of Bronwen
Brony
Bronzo
Brook (English) [mf]
Brooke [mf]
 form of Brook
Brookey (English) [mf]
 Brooke'
Brooklyn (English) [f]
 area in New York
Brooks (English) [m]
Broom
Bros
Brouce
Brouhaha
Brovas (English) [m]
Browey
Brown Sugar
Browne
Browney [m]
 cooky
Brownie
BrownSugar
Browny (English) [m]
Bruce (French) [m]
 "of Brieuse" place name in France, king of Scotland Robert the Bruce.
Brucie
Brudis
Bruegi
Bruenhild
Bruin (Dutch)
 "brown", character in story 'Bruin the Bear'
Bruintje (Dutch) [m]
 diminutive of brown
Bruiser [mf]
Brulee
Brullie
Brumble
Brumma (Swedish) [mf]
Brummer
Brummy
Brun [m]
 leader in the book 'The Earthchildren'
Bruna
Brundi
Brunello (Italian) [m]
 name of a wine
Brunette [f]
 feminine form of Bruno
Brunhild (Teutonic)
 see Brunhilde
Brunhilda (Teutonic)
 see Brunhilde
Brunhilde (Teutonic) [f]
 war godess sent by Odin to lead the battle and to take the killed heroes to Walhalla, also queen of the Frank in 'der Ring der Nibelungen'
Bruni
Brunni
Bruno (Teutonic) [m]
 "brown"
Brunolf
Brunonia
Brusco [m]
Bruse
Bruso
Brusso
Brusty [m]
Brutis
Brutus (Latin)
 murderer of Caesar
Bruty [f]
Bruut (Dutch)
Bruxa (Portuguese) [f]
 "witch", "magician"
Bruzer (English) [m]
Bryan [m]
 form of Brian
Bryant [m]
 form of Brian
Bryany [f]
Bryce [m]
 variant of Brice
Brydi [f]
Bryn (Welsh) [m]
 "hill" or "mound"
Bryna
 "strength with virtue"
Brynn
Bryta
Bryte
Brytt
Bua (Vietnamese) [f]
 "amulet"
Buar
Bub
Buba [m]
Bubba (Hebrew) [f]
 "grandmother"
Bubbel (Flamish)
 form of Bubble
Bubbers
Bubbie
Bubble
Bubblegum (English)
Bubbles (English) [f]
Bubby
Bubi
Bubka
Bubu
Buccaneer
Buccy
Buche
Buchi
Buck (English) [m]
 "male deer" (Old English)
Buckaroo
Buckeye
Buckhead
Buckie [f]
Buckingham
Buckley
Bucko
BuckOwens
Buckshot
Buckwheat
Bucky
Buco (Croatian) [m]
 "Somebody who's kind of fat (but in cute manner) or has a lot of hair"
Bud (English) [m]
 "friend"
Buda
Budak (Malay)
 "Boy"
Budd
Budda
Buddha
Buddie
Buddy (English) [m]
 "friend"
Buddy Brown
Budela
Budge [m]
Budgie
Buelens (Italian) [mf]
 "happy family"
Buelow
Bueno
Buffalo
Buffel (Dutch) [m]
 "Buffalo"
Buffet
Buffi
Buffie [m]
Buffoon
Buffy [f]
 main character from tv series 'Buffy the vampire slayer'
Bug (English)
 insect or little error in software
Buga
Bugbsy
Bugcy
Bugg
Bugger
Buggie [m]
Buggo
Buggsy
Bughs
Buginarug
Bugley
Bugno (Italian) [m]
Bugs
Bugs Bunnie
Bugs Bunny
BugsBunnie
Bugsie
Bugsy
Bugtussie
Buick
Buju (Japanese)
Buk
Bukkel [mf]
Bukky
Buko
Bula
Bulala
Bull (English) [mf]
Bulla
BullBug
Bullcharno
Bulleke
Buller [m]
Bulles
Bullet
Bulletje
Bulleye (English) [m]
Bullface
Bullie
Bullion
Bullit (English)
Bullwinkle
Bully (Dutch) [mf]
Bulut (Turkish)
 "cloud, cute"
Bum
Bumba (Portuguese) [f]
Bumble
Bumer
Bumo
Bump
Bumper (Dutch) [mf]
Bumpie [mf]
Bumpkin
Bumpor [m]
Bumpsy
Buncy
Bundle (English) [f]
Bundles
Bundtcake [m]
Bundy
Bunga (Indian) [mf]
 "flower"
Bungee (English) [mf]
Bungie (English) [mf]
 bungee'
Bungle
Bungy (English) [mf]
Bunita (Papiamentu) [f]
 "beatiful"
Bunjee
Bunk
Bunker
Bunksie
Bunky
Bunni
Bunnie
Bunny (English)
Bunt
Bunta
Bunter
Buntie
Bunty
Bunyip
Bur
Buraki
Buran
Burdan
Burdock
Burdy
Burek (Polish) [m]
Burga
Burgel
Burger
Burghilde
Burgi
Burgl
Burgunda
Burgundy (English) [f]
 Region in France, colour
Buri
Burja
Burk
Burka
Burke (Scottish) [mf]
Burkhard (Teutonic) [m]
 "protection brave", 8th century German bishop
Burl
Burli
Burly
Burma
Burn
Burna
Burny
Burol
Burp
Burrie (English) [mf]
Burris
Burrows (English) [f]
Bursch
Bursche
Burschi
Burt (English) [m]
 short form of Burt ("fortified town" (Old English))
Burton (Old English) [m]
 "fortified town"
Busby
Busciut
Bush
Bushy [m]
Büske
Bussa (Islandic) [f]
 "fat lady"
Bussi
Busso
Bussy
Busta
Buster (English) [m]
Busterd [m]
Busther
Bustie (Dutch) [f]
Busu (Chinese) [f]
 "ugly girl"
Busy (English) [f]
Butch
Butcho [m]
Bute
Buterscotch
Butga
Butkus
Butler
Buto
Butte
Butter (English)
Butterball
Buttercup (English)
 small flower
Buttercups
Butterfly (English) [f]
Buttermilk
Butterscotch (English)
Butthead
 cartoon character from Beavis and Butthead
Button (English)
Buttons (English)
Butts
Butz
Bux [m]
Buxus (Dutch) [m]
 plant
Buzi
Buzster [m]
 form of Buster
Buzz
Buzza [mf]
Buzzard
Buzzer (English) [m]
Buzzr
Buzzy [mf]
Byarko [m]
Bydou [f]
Byerro [m]
Byka (Dutch (frisian))
Byke
Byon [m]
 roman God
Byorka
Byou
Byoux
Byrka [f]
Byrne (Old English) [m]
 "coat of mail"
Byron (English) [m]
 "place of the cow sheds" (Old English). Lord Byron was a poet and author of 'Don Juan'
Byrsa [m]
Byrt
Byte
Byuri [f]
Byuti
Byzoe [f]

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