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Name Meaning Origin Gender
Babul Hindu Boy
Bae inspiration Korean Boy
Bahar Persian Boy
Bailey bailiff, fortification, able French Boy
Baingana people are equal Swahili Boy
Baird minstrel Scottish Boy
Bairn child Scottish Boy
Bajnok victor Hungarian Boy
Bakari promise Swahili Boy
Baker Baxter, Baxley unknown Boy
Balavan powerful Hindu Boy
Balbo inarticulate Latin Boy
Balder god of light Swedish Boy
Baldwin bold friend German Boy
Bale home of the Mutima clan Ugandan Boy
Bali Mighty warrior Hindu Boy
Balint strong and healthy Latin Boy
Ballard a dancing song Old English Boy
Balram Hindu Boy
Balthazar Baldassare unknown Boy
Bancroft bean field Old English Boy
Bandele born away from home Yoruban Boy
Bane long-awaited child Hawaiian Boy
Bankim Hindu Boy
Banning blond child Gaelic Boy
Bansi Hindu Boy
Barabas Barabba Hebrew Boy
Barak Arabic Boy
Baran form of star aldebaran Latin Boy
Barber beard Latin Boy
Barclay birch meadow Old English Boy
Barden boar's den Old English Boy
Bardo son of the earth Danish Boy
Bardon barley valley Anglo-Saxon Boy
Barend bear German Boy
Bari spear thrower, son of Harry, marksman French Both
Barna son of comforting Aramic Boy
Barnabas son of prophecy Hebrew Boy
Barnabas, Barnaby Son of Prophecy Hebrew Boy
Barnett noble man Old English Boy
Baron noble man Old English Boy
Barrett bear-like Teutonic Boy
Barry spear thrower, son of Harry, Marksman French Boy
Bars pepper Hungarian Boy
Barse fresh-water perch English Boy
Bartholomew furrow, hill Hebrew Boy
Barton from the barley farm English Boy
Baruch blessed Hebrew Boy
Basil royal, brave Greek, Arabic Boy
Bastiaan venerable Greek Boy
Bates unknown Both
Baul snail English Boy
Bavol wind English Boy
Baxter baker Old English Both
Bay born in July, seventh-born son Vietnamese Boy
Bayanai hero Filipino Boy
Bayard bay horse, red-brown hair Old French, Teutonic Boy
Bazyli royalty Polish Boy
Beacan small, little one Celtic, Gaelic Boy
Beacher dweller by the beech tree Old English Boy
Beaman beekeeper Old English Boy
Beardsley beard, wood Old English Boy
Beau handsome, beautiful French Boy
Beaumont from the beautiful mountain French Boy
Bebe baby French Both
Beck brook Swedish Boy
Becse the kite Hungarian Boy
Bede prayer Old English Boy
Belden From the Fair Valley Teutonic Boy
Beldon beautiful pasture, child of the unspoiled glen Old English Boy
Belen an arrow Greek Boy
Bellamy handsome friend Old French Boy
Bem peace Nigerian Boy
Bemus platform Greek Boy
Bence victor Hungarian Boy
Benedict blessed Latin Boy
Benito blessed Latin Boy
Benjamin son of my right hand Hebrew Boy
Benson Ben's son, excellent son English, Hebrew Boy
Bentley from the moor Old English Boy
Benton Moor Dweller Old English Boy
Berenger courage of a bear French Boy
Bergen mountain dweller German Boy
Bergren mountain stream Swedish Boy
Beriszl honor Hungarian Boy
Berk solid and firm Turkish Boy
Berkeley from the birch meadow Anglo-Saxon Boy
Bernard bold as a bear German Boy
Bersh one year English Boy
Bert Bright Teutonic Boy
Berthold glorious ruler Teutonic Boy
Berton Glorious Raven Teutonic Boy
Bertram bright German Boy
Berwin Warrior Friend Teutonic Boy
Beryl dazzling jewel Hebrew Boy
Besnik Albanian Boy
Beval like the wind English Boy
Beverly meadow of beavers Old English Both
Bevin lady with a sweet song, son of Evan Celtic Both
Bevis Bowman Teutonic Boy
Beyers Boy
Bhagirath Hindu Boy
Bharat Hindu Boy
Bhaskar Hindu Boy
Bhavesh Hindu Boy
Bhavin Hindu Boy
Bhavya Hindu Both
Bhim Hindu Boy
Bhishma Hindu Boy
Bhrigu a Prajapati Hindu Boy
Bhudev lord of the earth Hindu Boy
Bhupen Hindu Boy
Bhupendra Hindu Boy
Bhuvan Hindu Boy
Bialy white-haired boy Polish Boy
Bilal first convert of muhammad Arabic Boy
Bingham kettle-shaped hollow German Boy
Birch white Old English Boy
Bishop a bishop English Boy
Bitalo finger-licking Uganda Boy
Bjorn bear Swedish Boy
Blade glory Old English Boy
Blaine thin, lean, source of a river Gaelic, Old English Boy
Blair from the plain, child of the fields Gaelic Boy
Blaise stammerer Latin Boy
Blake fair-haired, pallid Old English Boy
Blandon Gentle Latin Boy
Blaz unwavering protector Old German Boy
Bo precious, commanding Chinese, Swedish Both
Boa Both
Bob bright, famous Old English Boy
Bod branch Hungarian Boy
Boden herald Old French Boy
Bodor curly Hungarian Boy
Bogart strong as a bow French Boy
Bogdan God's gift Slavic Boy
Bolton of the manor farm Old English Boy
Bond tiller of the soil Old English Boy
Booker beech tree Old English Boy
Boone good Latin Boy
Booth hut Old English Boy
Borden near the boar's den, cottage Old English Boy
Boris fight, battler Russian Boy
Boswell forested town Old French Boy
Botan peony Japanese Boy
Botond mace wielding warrior Hungarian Boy
Bowen son of Owen, yellow-haired Gaelic Boy
Bowie Yellow Haired One Gaelic Boy
Bowman the archer English Boy
Boyce woodland French Boy
Boyd blond, yellow Celtic Boy
Boyd, Boyden Yellow-Haired Celtic Boy
Boyden a herald Anglo-Saxon Boy
Braden From the Broad Valley Old English Boy
Bradford broad crossing Old English Boy
Bradley broad meadow Old English Boy
Brahnan courageous one Boy
Bram raven Gaelic, Celtic Boy
Bramwell place name English Boy
Branch extension Latin Boy
Brand sword blade Swedish Boy
Brandeis dweller on a burned clearing German Boy
Brandon fiery hill, sword Old English Boy
Branko Slowenian Boy
Brant firebrand Teutonic Boy
Braxton brock's town Anglo-Saxon Boy
Bray to cry out Old English Boy
Brayden brave, broad Old English Boy
Braz stammerer Latin Boy
Brazil brave, strong in conflict Celtic Boy
Brencis crowned with laurel Latin Boy
Brendan little raven Gaelic Boy
Brennan to brand English Boy
Brent fiery hill, steep hill Old English Boy
Bret Native of Brittany French Boy
Brett a native of Brittany, Briton Old English Boy
Brewster brewer Old English Boy
Briac estime Celtic Boy
Brian strong Celtic Boy
Briand castle French Boy
Brice swift, quick-moving, son of Rice Celtic Both
Brigham one who lives near a bridge, soldier Old English Boy
Brighton the one who is loved Hebrew Boy
Brij Hindu Boy
Brijesh Hindu Boy
Brinley tawny Old English Boy
Brishen born during a rain English Boy
Bristol unknown Boy
Britt the helpful one Hebrew Boy
Brock badger Old English Boy
Broderick son of Roderick, from the broad ridge Old English Boy
Brodny one who lives near a shallow stream crossing Slavic Boy
Brody ditch, unusual beard Gaelic Boy
Brom raven Gaelic Boy
Bromley brush-covered meadow Old English Boy
Bronson son of Brown, son of the dark-skinned one Old English Boy
Brontë thunder Greek Both
Brooke A stream Anglo Saxon Boy
Brown colour Middle English Boy
Bruce thicket, woodlands French Boy
Bruno Dark Complexioned Teutonic Boy
Brutus Bruto Latin Boy
Bryant Strong Celtic Boy
Bryce Boy
Buck The Deer Old English Boy
Buckley meadow of deer Old English Boy
Bud herald, to puff up, friend Old English Boy
Bülent Turkish Boy
Burgess free citizen Old English Boy
Burhan proof Arabic Boy
Burian he lives near the weeds Ukranian Boy
Burke birch tree German Boy
Burle knotted wood Middle English Boy
Burne brook Old English Boy
Burr youth Swedish Boy
Burt fortress Old English Boy
Burton bright fame English Boy
Byron from the cottage, bear French Boy