Baby Girl Names Start With B

Name Origin meaning Popularname
BAAKOAfrican first born. -----
BABIRYEAfrican two people first born of twin girls. -----
BADASHANArmenian answer. -----
BADRArabic full moon. -----
BADRIYAHArabic early firstborn beautiful.-----
BAGMASTIArmenian consort of the deity Haldi. -----
BAHATIAfrican good fortune luck.-----
BAHIGAArabic joyous. -----
BAHIJAArabic joyous. -----
BAHILUArabic the queen of Idilu. -----
BAHIYYAArabic beautiful or emptiness .-----
BAHUAkkadian lady of death Gula. -----
BAILUArabic the queen of Ikhilu. -----
BAMIDELEAfrican bring me home. -----
BAPOTOAfrican disturbance noise. -----
BARBARYAnglo Saxon stranger. -----
BASIMAArabic a smile. -----
BASIRAArabic seer. -----
BASMAArabic a smile. -----
BATULArabic virgin. -----
BEBBAAnglo Saxon Gods oath. -----
BELAKANEAfrican concubine . -----
BELAKANEArthurian pelican or concubine.-----
BELITAssyrian the lady par excellence.-----
BENAT ALLAHArabic daughters of God. -----
BERJOUHIArmenian from Berjou . -----
BESAAlbanian oath. -----
BESIANAAlbanian oath. -----
BESJANAAlbanian oath. -----
BILITAssyrian the lady The Mother of the Gods. -----
BLANCHEFLEURArthurian white flower. -----
BLANCHEFLORArthurian white flower. -----
BLANCHEFLOURArthurian white flower. -----
BLERINAAlbanian green. -----
BLERTAAlbanian green. -----
BLESSINGAfrican blessing. -----
BOHLALEAfrican wisdom. -----
BOIPELOAfrican proud. -----
BOITUMELOAfrican joy. -----
BOLADEAfrican honor arrives. -----
BOLAHAfrican cows tail. -----
BOLANILEAfrican the honor of this house. -----
BORAAlbanian snow. -----
BORAKArabic lightning. -----
BRANGAINEArthurian a servant of Isolt. -----
BRANWENArthurian bosom white white breast. -----
BRENGWAINArthurian bosom white white breast. -----
BRONWENArthurian bosom white white breast. -----
BUDURArabic full moons. -----
BUKUROSHEAlbanian babe. -----
BURBUQEAlbanian bud. -----
BAUBabyloniana goddess of abundance consort to Nin girsu.-----
BELATSUNATBabylonianan early queen of Babylonia.-----
BELILIBabylonianconsort to Alala sister of Tammuz.-----
BELITBabylonian the lady par excellence.-----
BELTISBabylonian the lady par excellence.-----
BILITBabylonianTAAUTH Mother of the Gods.-----
BEREZIBasquethe best.-----
BIHOTZBasquecheer heart.-----
BILJANABulgarianherb.-----
BILYANABulgarianherb.-----
BISERABulgarianbeads or pearls.-----
BOGOMILABulgarianbeloved of God or Lord have mercy.-----
BORISLAVABulgariantake glory.-----
BOYANABulgarianbattle or lord.-----
BOADICEACelticvictory.-----
BOUDICACelticvictory.-----
BOUDICCACelticvictory.-----
BRIGANTIACelticvalor.-----
BUDUICACelticvictory.-----
BLANDINAChamoru/Chamorropolite speaker.-----
BAOZHAIChinesestockade of treasures.-----
BIYUChinesejasper the precious stone.-----
BISERACroatianbeads or pearls.-----
BOENACroatiandivine gift.-----
BARACzechstranger.-----
BARBORACzechstranger.-----
BARINKACzechstranger.-----
BARUNKACzechstranger.-----
BARUKACzechstranger.-----
BLANKACzechwhite.-----
BOHDANACzechGod s gift.-----
BOHUMILACzechbeloved of God or Lord have mercy.-----
BOHUSLAVACzechthe glory of God.-----
BORACzechstranger.-----
BOENACzechdivine gift.-----
BRANISLAVACzechglorious protector.-----
BELINDEDanishvery beautiful or beautiful snake.-----
BERGLIOTDanishmountain ugly.-----
BIRGITADanishstrength.-----
BIRGITTEDanishstrength.-----
BIRTEDanishstrength.-----
BABMOUTHEgyptianthe mother of Psenio.-----
BAKATEgyptianwife of Nehara.-----
BAKRANSEgyptianan Egyptian lady of the family of Bakenranf.-----
BAKURNROEgyptianthe wife of King Amenmeses.-----
BANTANATHEgyptiandaughter of Anaitis.-----
BASTEgyptianimpulse motion.-----
BASTETEgyptianthe Bastite.-----
BATAANTAEgyptianBantanath.-----
BEKTAMUNEgyptianthe daughter of an unidentified king.-----
BEKTATENEgyptiana daughter of Amenhotep IV.-----
BEKTENHAKEgyptianservant of the King.-----
BEKTMUTEgyptiana daughter of Rameses II.-----
BEKTUERNUROEgyptianthe wife of Amenmeses.-----
BENEMBAEgyptianthe wife of Tahutnefer.-----
BENKAEIEgyptianthe wife of Amenemhet.-----
BENNEKHEBEgyptiana worshipper of Sebek.-----
BENTARESHEgyptianthe younger daughter of the king of Bakhtan.-----
BENTMUTEgyptiana sister of Amenhotep IV.-----
BENTRESEgyptianthe earlier name of princess Ranofru.-----
BENTRESHPUEgyptianan Egyptian name of Syrian origin.-----
BERENICEEgyptianbringing victory.-----
BITHIAHEgyptiandaughter of Jehovah.-----
BUBASTISEgyptianBast.-----
BUTOEgyptianan Egyptian goddess.-----
BABEnglishEnglish pet form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BABEEnglishEnglish pet form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange. Compare with masculine Babe.-----
BABETTEEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BABSEnglishEnglish pet form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BAILEEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Bailey meaning bailiff.-----
BAILEYEnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning bailiff.-----
BAILIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Bailey meaning bailiff.-----
BAILYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Bailey meaning bailiff.-----
BAMBIEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the Italian word bambino meaning child.-----
BAMBIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Bambi meaning child.-----
BARBEnglishEnglish short form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BARBARAEnglish Greek name derived from the feminine form of the word barbaros once used to refer to the unintelligible chatter of foreigners which sounded like bar bar to the Greeks hence foreign strange.-----
BARBARYEnglishMedieval English form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BARBIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BARBRAEnglishEnglish contracted form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BASEMATHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Bosmath meaning spice or sweet smelling.-----
BASHEMATHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Bosmath meaning spice or sweet smelling.-----
BASMATHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Bosmath meaning spice or sweet smelling. In the bible this is the name of a wife of Esau and a daughter of Solomon.-----
BAYLEEEnglishFeminine variant spelling of English unisex Bailey meaning bailiff.-----
BEAEnglishShort form of English Beatrix meaning voyager through life .-----
BEATIEEnglishPet form of English Beatrix meaning voyager through life .-----
BEATRICEItalianEnglishform of Latin Viatrix meaning voyager through life .-----
BEATRIXEnglishEnglish form of Latin Viatrix meaning voyager through life .-----
BECCAEnglishShort form of English Rebecca meaning ensnarer.-----
BECCIEnglishPet form of English Rebecca meaning ensnarer.-----
BECKAEnglishShort form of English Rebecka meaning ensnarer.-----
BECKAHEnglishShort form of English Rebeckah meaning ensnarer.-----
BECKYEnglishPet form of English Rebecka meaning ensnarer.-----
BEEEnglishPet form of English Beatrix meaning voyager through life .-----
BEKKIEnglishVariant spelling of English Becky meaning ensnarer.-----
BELINDAEnglishPossibly a contracted form of Old High German Betlinde meaning bright serpent or bright linden tree.-----
BELITAEnglishEnglish name composed of Latin bella beautiful and a diminutive suffix hence little beauty.-----
BELLEnglishVariant spelling of English Belle meaning beautiful.-----
BELLEEnglishEnglish name derived from the French vocabulary word for beautiful. It is often used in compound names sometimes in the abbreviated form NAME-----
BELLINDAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of German Belinda meaning bright serpent or bright linden tree.-----
BELPHOEBEEnglishEnglish literary name from Spencer s Faerie Queene compounded of the Latin bella beautiful and Phoebe shining one hence beautiful shining one.-----
BELYNDAEnglishEnglish variant spelling of German Belinda meaning bright serpent or bright linden tree.-----
BENEDICTAEnglishFeminine form of Latin Benedictus meaning blessed.-----
BENJAMINAEnglishFeminine form of English Benjamin meaning blessed.-----
BERENICEEnglishLatin form of Macedonian Greek Berenike meaning bringer of victory. In the bible this is the name of the eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa.-----
BERLINEnglishFrom the German city name of uncertain etymology possibly related to the Old Polabian stem berl meaning swamp.-----
BERNADETTEEnglishContracted form of French Bernardette meaning bold as a bear.-----
BERNADINEEnglishContracted form of French Bernardine meaning bold as a bear.-----
BERNICEEnglishLatin form of Greek Bernike meaning bringer of victory. In the bible this is the name of the eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa. This is the form used in the Authorized Version.-----
BERNIECEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Bernice meaning bringer of victory.-----
BERRYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word meaning simply berry.Compare with masculine Berry.-----
BERTAEnglishCzech and Polish form of German Bertha meaning bright.-----
BERTHAEnglishOld German name derived from the word berht meaning bright.-----
BERTIEEnglishEnglish pet form of German Bertha meaning bright.Compare with masculine Bertie.-----
BERTREDEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Beorhtraed meaning bright counsel.-----
BERYLEnglishEnglishgem name meaning beryl, from Greek beryllos a word applied to all green gemstones.-----
BESSEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BESSIEEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BESSYEnglishVariant spelling of English Bessie a pet form of Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BETEnglishShort form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BETAEnglishEnglish name derived from the second letter of the Greek alphabet beta related to Hebrew bet meaning house.-----
BETHEnglishShort form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BETHANIEEnglishEnglish form of Greek Bethania meaning house of dates or house of misery.-----
BETHANYEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Bethania meaning house of dates or house of misery. In the bible this is the name of a place near Jerusalem where Jesus stayed during the Holy Week.-----
BETHELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Beth El meaning house of God. In the bible this is the name of an ancient city of the Canaanites later of the Benjamites.-----
BETHNEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Bethany meaning house of dates or house of misery.-----
BETONYEnglishName of a plant of the mint family once popular in herbal medicine occasionally used as a forename. It is also called woundwort and lousewort. It is said to possibly derive from Celtic bew head and ton good, because it is good for complaints of the head. Pliny said that the original name of this plant was Vettonica from the Vettones an ancient Iberian tribe.-----
BETSYEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BETTEEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BETTIEEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BETTINAElaboratedEnglishform of English Betty meaning God is my oath. Compare with another form of Bettina.-----
BETTYEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BETTYEEnglishVariant spelling of English Betty meaning God is my oath.-----
BEULAHEnglish A derivative of Hebrew Ba al to marry to be lord master possessor meaning she who is married.In the bible this is an allegorical name for the land of Israel.-----
BEVERLYEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use derived from the name of a place in Humberside composed of the Old English elements beofor beaver and leac stream, hence beaver stream. The masculine form of the name is spelled with an extra e Beverley.-----
BEVINEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Beibhinn meaning fair lady.-----
BIBIEnglishFrom a French word used as a term of endearment meaning bauble, toy.-----
BIDDYPetEnglishform of English Bridget meaning exalted one. It was rarely used after it acquired the negative connotation old biddy.Compare with another form of Biddy.-----
BIJOUEnglishEnglish name derived from the French word bijou meaning jewel.-----
BILLIEEnglishFeminine form of English Billy meaning will helmet.-----
BINDYEnglishEnglish pet form of German Belinda possibly meaning bright serpent or bright linden tree.-----
BITHIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Bithiah meaning daughter of God.-----
BITHIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Bithyah meaning daughter of God. In the bible this is the name of a daughter of Pharoah.-----
BLAIREnglishScottish unisex name derived from any of a number of places in Scotland called Blair derived from the Gaelic word blar meaning field, plain, most often referring to a battlefield.-----
BLANCHEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Blanche meaning white.-----
BLANDAEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin blanda meaning cherishing.-----
BLANIDEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Blathnat meaning little flower.-----
BLESSINGEnglishOld English name meaning consecration.-----
BLISSEnglishOld English unisex name derived from the word bliss meaning joy happiness.-----
BLONDIEEnglishEnglish byname transferred to forename use meaning blonde.-----
BLOSSOMEnglish19th century pet name derived from Old English blostm meaning flowers on a fruit tree or ornamental tree .-----
BLUEBELLEnglishAmerican flower name popular in the 19th century but rarely used today.-----
BLYTHEEnglishOld English surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the word blioe meaning cheerful, happy.-----
BOBBIEnglishUnisex pet form of English Robert and Roberta meaning bright fame.-----
BOBBIEEnglishPet form of English Roberta meaning bright fame.-----
BONDUCAEnglishEnglish variant form of Celtic Boudica meaning victory.-----
BONITAEnglishSpanish name meaning pretty.-----
BONNIEEnglishEnglish name derived from the Scottish word bonnie pretty.-----
BONNYEnglishVariant spelling of English Bonnie meaning both good and pretty.-----
BRADYEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Bradaigh meaning descendant of Bradach, hence large chested.-----
BRAIDYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Brady meaning broad chested.-----
BRANDEEnglishVariant spelling of English Brandy meaning simply brandy.-----
BRANDIEnglishVariant spelling of English Brandy meaning simply brandy.-----
BRANDIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Brandy meaning simply brandy.-----
BRANDYEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the liquor popular in America in the 1970s and 80s.-----
BREANAEnglishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BREANNEnglishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BREANNAEnglishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BREANNEEnglishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BREDAEnglishVariant spelling of English Breeda meaning exalted one.-----
BREEEnglishEnglish form of Irish Brigh meaning force, strength.-----
BREEDAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Brid meaning exalted one.-----
BRENDAOldEnglishIrish and Scottish name believed to be of Scandinavian origin from Old Norse brandr meaning sword.-----
BRENNAEnglishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRETTEnglishEnglish unisex name meaning a Breton.-----
BRIANNAEnglishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRIAREnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the plant name briar from Old English brer meaning prickly bush.-----
BRIDGETEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Brighid meaning exalted one.-----
BRIDGETTEEnglishVariant spelling of English Bridget meaning exalted one.-----
BRIELLEEnglishEnglish short form of French Gabrielle meaning man of God or warrior of God.-----
BRIEREnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Briar meaning briar plant.-----
BRIONYEnglishVariant spelling of English Bryony meaning to grow, sprout, swell.-----
BRITANNIAEnglishLatin name for the personification of the British Empire meaning Britain.-----
BRITNEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Brittany meaning Little Britain.-----
BRITTEnglishPet form of English Brittany meaning little Britain.-----
BRITTAEnglishPet form of English Brittany meaning little Britain.-----
BRITTANIEnglishVariant spelling of English Brittany meaning little Britain.-----
BRITTANIAEnglishVariant spelling of Latin Britannia meaning Britain.-----
BRITTANYEnglishIn the 4th century Romano British tribes from across the English Channel began to settle in a northwestern region of France. Their numbers increased as raiding and settling by Anglo Saxon invaders in Britain increased. The French named the region where the Briton immigrants settled Bretagne Brittany in English meaning little Britain.-----
BRITTNEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Brittany meaning little Britain.-----
BRITTNYEnglishVariant spelling of English Brittany meaning little Britain.-----
BROGANEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Brogain meaning descendant of Brogan, hence little shoe.-----
BRONTEEnglishAltered form of Irish Prunty a form of Gaelic Proinntigh meaning descendant of Proinnteach, a personal name that was originally a byname meaning banquet hall denoting a generous person . In Prunty s altered form Bronte the name is identical to the Sicilian place name and the name of a mythological horse of the Sun meaning thunder. But Prunty was probably purposely altered to Bronte by bearers of the name who admired Lord Nelson who was awarded the title of Duke of Bronte in 1799 by Ferdinand King of the Two Sicilies.-----
BROOKEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to unisex forename use from Old English broc meaning brook, stream.-----
BROOKEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Brook meaning brook, stream.-----
BROOKLYNEnglishEnglish compound name composed of Brook brook, stream and Lyn lake.-----
BRYANAEnglishEnglish feminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRYANNAEnglishEnglish feminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRYANNEEnglishEnglish feminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRYONYEnglishEnglish name derived from the flower name a tendril climbing perennial herb plant. Some species are used medicinally. The name derives from Latin bryonia from Greek bryo meaning to grow, sprout, swell.-----
BUFFYEnglishPet form of English Elizabeth meaning God is my oath.-----
BUNNYEnglishEnglish pet form of Latin Berenice meaning bringer of victory.-----
BUNTYEnglishEnglish name probably derived from an old nursery rhyme about baby bunting.-----
BURGUNDYEnglishEnglish name derived from the wine name from the name of a place in France which got its name from Latin Burgundiones literally meaning highlanders. May also sometimes be given as a color name.-----
BRAVAEsperantoEsperanto name meaning brave.-----
BEARNASMisc. GaelicScottish Gaelic form of Latin Berenice meaning bringer of victory.-----
BLAANIDMisc. GaelicManx form of Irish Gaelic Blaithin meaning little flower.-----
BLAITHINMisc. GaelicIrish name derived from the Gaelic word blath flower with added diminutive suffix meaning little flower.-----
BLATHNAIDMisc. GaelicVariant form of Irish Gaelic Blathnat meaning little flower.-----
BLATHNATMisc. GaelicIrish Gaelic name meaning little flower. In mythology this is the name of a maiden who loved Cuchulainn the hero of Ulster.-----
BRIDMisc. GaelicPet form of Irish Gaelic Brighid meaning exalted one.-----
BRIDINMisc. GaelicDiminutive form of Irish Gaelic Brid meaning little exalted one.-----
BRIGHMisc. GaelicShort form of Irish Gaelic Brighid meaning force, strength.-----
BRIGHIDMisc. GaelicIrish derived from Gaelic brigh meaning force, strength. In Celtic mythology this is the name of a goddess the daughter of Dagda one of the Tuatha De Danann. She is also known by the Gaulish name Brigindos meaning exalted one.-----
BRONACHMisc. GaelicIrish name derived from the Gaelic word brin meaning sorrow.-----
BRONAGHMisc. GaelicVariant spelling of Irish Bronach meaning sorrow.-----
BRONTEMisc. GaelicAltered form of Irish Prunty a form of Gaelic Proinntigh meaning descendant of Proinnteach, a personal name that was originally a byname meaning banquet hall denoting a generous person . In Prunty s altered form Bronte the name is identical to the Sicilian place name and the name of a mythological horse of the Sun meaning thunder. But Prunty was probably purposely altered to Bronte by bearers of the name who admired Lord Nelson who was awarded the title of Duke of Bronte in 1799 by Ferdinand King of the Two Sicilies.-----
BALDHILDGermanOld High German name composed of the elements bald bold, brave and hild battle, hence bold battle.-----
BALTHILDGermanVariant spelling of Old High German Baldhild meaning bold battle.-----
BRBELGermanGerman form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BATHILDGermanOld High German name composed of the elements batu fight, thrust and hild battle, hence fight battle.-----
BATHILDAGermanVariant spelling of Old High German Bathild meaning fight battle.-----
BATHILDEGermanVariant spelling of Old High German Bathild meaning fight battle.-----
BATHILDISGermanLatinized form of Old High German Bathild meaning fight battle.-----
BEATEGermanGerman name derived from Latin beatus meaning blessed.-----
BELAKANEGermanIn the German Arthurian epic poem Parzival this is the name of Percival s stepmother an African queen and mother of Feirefiz Percival s mulatto half brother.-----
BELINDAGermanPossibly a contracted form of Old High German Betlinde meaning bright serpent or bright linden tree.-----
BERLINGermanFrom the German city name of uncertain etymology possibly related to the Old Polabian stem berl meaning swamp.-----
BERTHAGermanOld German name derived from the word berht meaning bright.-----
BERTILDAGermanOld German name composed of the elements berht bright and hild battle, hence bright battle maid.-----
BETLINDEGermanOld High German name composed of the elements beraht bright, shining and lint serpent or linta linden tree, hence bright serpent or bright linden tree.-----
BRIGITTEGermanFrench and German form of Irish Gaelic Brighid meaning exalted one.-----
BRUNAGermanFeminine form of German Bruno meaning brown.-----
BRUNHILDGermanOld High German form of Old Norse Brynhildr meaning armored warrior woman.-----
BRUNNHILDEGermanVariant form of Old High German Brunhild meaning armored warrior woman.-----
BRENHILDAGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicbreast plated battle maid.-----
BRUNICHILDGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicbreast plated battle maid.-----
BRUNIHILDGothic/Visigothic/Ostrogothicbreast plated battle maid.-----
BARBARAGreek Greek name derived from the feminine form of the word barbaros once used to refer to the unintelligible chatter of foreigners which sounded like bar bar to the Greeks hence foreign strange.-----
BAUKISGreek Greek name of unknown meaning. In mythology this is the name of the wife of Philemon. They were the only couple in Tyana who were hospitable to the disguised gods Zeus and Hermes.-----
BERENIKEGreek Macedonian form of Greek Pherenike meaning bringer of victory. In the bible this is the name of the eldest daughter of Herod Agrippa.-----
BETHANIAGreek Greek name derived from Aramaic beth anya Hebrew bet t eina meaning house of dates or house of misery. In the bible this is the name of a place near Jerusalem where Jesus stayed during the Holy Week.-----
BETHESDAGreek Greek name of Aramaic origin meaning flowing water or house of mercy. In the bible this is the name of a pool near the sheep gate at Jerusalem the waters of which had curative powers.-----
BETHZATHAGreek Greek name of uncertain origin. It may be from the Aramaic meaning house of olives. Or it may be an altered form of Greek Bethesda meaning flowing water or house of mercy.-----
BARAHebrew Hebrew name meaning to choose.-----
BARRAHebrewVariant spelling of Hebrew Bara meaning to choose. Compare with masculine Barra.-----
BASIAVariantHebrewspelling of Hebrew Basya meaning daughter of God.-----
BASMAHebrewVariant spelling of Hebrew Bosma meaning perfumed. -----
BASMATHebrewVariant spelling of Hebrew Bosmat meaning spice or sweet smelling.-----
BASYAHebrewAshkenazic form of Hebrew Batya meaning daughter of God.-----
BAT ELHebrew Hebrew name meaning daughter of God.-----
BATH SHEBAHebrew Hebrew name meaning daughter of the oath. In the bible this is the name of a wife of Uriah then later King David and mother of Solomon. Also spelled Bat Sheva Bathsheba and Bathsheva.-----
BATHSHEBAHebrewVariant spelling of Hebrew Bath Sheba meaning daughter of the oath. In the bible this is the name of a wife of King David and mother of Solomon.-----
BATHSHEVAHebrewVariant spelling of Hebrew Bath Sheba meaning daughter of the oath.-----
BATH SHUAHebrew Variant spelling of Hebrew Bath Shuwa meaning daughter of wealth.-----
BATH SHUWAHebrew Hebrew name meaning daughter of wealth. In the bible this is another name Bath Sheba is known by.-----
BATSHEBAHebrewVariant spelling of Hebrew Bathsheba meaning daughter of the oath.-----
BAT SHEVAHebrew Variant spelling of Hebrew Bath Sheba meaning daughter of the oath.-----
BATYAHebrew Hebrew name meaning daughter of God.-----
BATYAHHebrewVariant spelling of Hebrew Batya meaning daughter of God.-----
BERURAHebrew Hebrew name meaning clean, pure.-----
BETH ELHebrew Variant spelling of Hebrew Beyth El meaning house of God. In the bible this is the name of an ancient city of the Canaanites later of the Benjamites.-----
BEULAHebrewVariant spelling of Hebrew Beulah meaning she who is married.-----
BEULAHHebrew A derivative of Hebrew Ba al to marry to be lord master possessor meaning she who is married.In the bible this is an allegorical name for the land of Israel.-----
BEYTH ELHebrew Hebrew name meaning house of God. In the bible this is the name of an ancient city of the Canaanites later of the Benjamites.-----
BILHAHHebrew Hebrew name meaning weak, troubled, old. In the bible this is the name of Rachel s handmaid whom she gave to Jacob as a concubine.-----
BINAHebrew Hebrew name meaning intelligence, wisdom.-----
BINAHHebrewVariant spelling of Hebrew Bina meaning intelligence, wisdom.-----
BITHYAHHebrew Hebrew name meaning daughter of God. In the bible this is the name of a daughter of Pharoah.-----
BITYAHebrewVariant spelling of Hebrew Bityah meaning daughter of God.-----
BITYAHHebrewVariant spelling of Hebrew Bithyah meaning daughter of God.-----
BOSMAHebrew Hebrew name meaning perfumed.-----
BOSMATHebrewVariant spelling of Hebrew Bosmath meaning spice or sweet smelling.-----
BOSMATHHebrew Hebrew name meaning spice or sweet smelling. In the bible this is the name of a wife of Esau and a daughter of Solomon.-----
BEATAHungarianHungarian name derived from Latin beatus meaning blessed.-----
BERNADETTHungarianFeminine form of Hungarian Bernat meaning bold as a bear.-----
BIANKAHungarianHungarian form of French Blanche meaning white.-----
BORBALAHungarianHungarian form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BOZSIHungarianPet form of Hungarian Erzsebet meaning God is my oath.-----
BARBARAIcelandicIcelandic form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BJORGHILDURIcelandicIcelandic form of Old Norse Borghildr meaning helping battle maid.-----
BRYNHILDURIcelandicIcelandic form of Old Norse Brynhildr meaning armored warrior woman.-----
BANUPersian/Avestan/Iranian Persian name meaning lady.-----
BAIBINIrishPet form of Irish Bairbre meaning foreign strange.-----
BAIRBREIrishIrish form of Greek Barbara meaning foreign strange.-----
BEBHINNIrishVariant spelling of Irish Beibhinn meaning fair lady.-----
BEBHIONNIrishVariant spelling of Irish Beibhinn meaning fair lady.-----
BEBINNIrishVariant spelling of Irish Beibhinn meaning fair lady.-----
BEIBHINNIrishIrish name meaning fair lady.-----
BIDDYPetIrishform of Irish Bride meaning exalted one. Compare with another form of Biddy.-----
BLAITHINIrishIrish name derived from the word blath flower with added diminutive suffix meaning little flower.-----
BLATHNAIDIrishVariant form of Irish Gaelic Blathnat meaning little flower.-----
BLATHNATIrishIrish Gaelic name meaning little flower. In mythology this is the name of a maiden who loved Cuchulainn the hero of Ulster.-----
BREANAIrishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BREANNIrishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BREANNAIrishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BREANNEIrishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRENDAOldIrishIrish and Scottish name believed to be of Scandinavian origin from Old Norse brandr meaning sword.-----
BRENNAIrishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRIANAIrishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRIANNAIrishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRIANNEIrishFeminine form of Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRIDIrishPet form of Irish Gaelic Brighid meaning exalted one.-----
BRIDEIrishModern form of Irish Brid meaning exalted one.-----
BRIDIEIrishPet form of Irish Bride meaning exalted one.-----
BRIDINIrishDiminutive form of Irish Gaelic Brid meaning little exalted one.-----
BRIGHIrishShort form of Irish Gaelic Brighid meaning force, strength.-----
BRIGHIDIrishIrish derived from Gaelic brigh meaning force, strength. In Celtic mythology this is the name of a goddess the daughter of Dagda one of the Tuatha De Danann. She is also known by the Gaulish name Brigindos meaning exalted one.-----
BROGANIrishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Brogain meaning descendant of Brogan, hence little shoe.-----
BRONACHIrishIrish name derived from the Gaelic word brin meaning sorrow.-----
BRONAGHIrishVariant spelling of Irish Bronach meaning sorrow.-----
BRONTEIrishAltered form of Irish Prunty a form of Gaelic Proinntigh meaning descendant of Proinnteach, a personal name that was originally a byname meaning banquet hall denoting a generous person . In Prunty s altered form Bronte the name is identical to the Sicilian place name and the name of a mythological horse of the Sun meaning thunder. But Prunty was probably purposely altered to Bronte by bearers of the name who admired Lord Nelson who was awarded the title of Duke of Bronte in 1799 by Ferdinand King of the Two Sicilies.-----

Girl Name Origins

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Oh happy day—a little girl is on the way! Congratulations to you and your family on the impending arrival of your beautiful baby girl! We're sure you're bursting at the seams with excitement and can't wait to meet your new little one, but there's one little hurdle to clear: selecting a baby name fit for your little princess.

Here at Mama Natural, we pride ourselves in dishing out the best of the best in baby girl names. We have something for everyone whether you're the artsy type with your eye on Indigo or a royal baby name lover with your heart set on Charlotte. We've scoured the world far and wide for thousands of baby girl names and they're all here waiting for your attention.

Search our girl name collection by letter

When it comes to a name, sometimes a letter just sticks with you. Maybe you're in love with melodic girl names that start with M, or a zesty letter girl name that starts with Z. We take the guesswork out of things and have organized little girl names by letter, allowing you to go right to what you want with the click of the mouse.

We also have a section where we list the most popular girl names for each letter, giving you a quick snapshot of what's trending for each. Certain letters are trending hard like girl names that start with A and girl names that start with E, but there are plenty of letters worthy of your attention. You might just find a stunning name hidden behind an unsuspecting letter, like a girls name that starts with Q!

Browse popular baby girl names

We know popularity is a big make or break factor for many parents. You may prefer the mystery of unique baby girl names. Or perhaps you can’t resist this year’s trendiest and most popular girl names. We've solved that conundrum by listing each name's popularity along with it, giving you a peek at the charts without needing to navigate additional sites.

When looking at popular girl names, there are few things to consider:

  • Are there other spellings of the name that are also popular? This could lead to the name being more common than you thought like Sophia/Sofia.
  • Is the name you’re considering a popular nickname for a more common name? Bella may feel less common, but the chart-topper Isabella has populated playgrounds with it for years.
  • Is your favorite name on the rise? Vintage dolls like Amelia and Evelyn have been spiking in recent years, rising from relative rarity to the top of the charts.

Be sure to check the popularity of each name on your list to make sure it fits your desired popularity.

Find your style in a baby girls name

Every name has a story and a style behind it. Your baby girl deserves a name that speaks to you, and we want to make magic happen for your family. Every parent has their own style checklist when it comes to a name and we have your back on that. We have all sorts of fashionable baby girl names in our collection including:

We know that styles come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. We have a little something for everyone and won't leave you disappointed with our assortment of thousands of baby girl names.

Get to the root of it

We all came from somewhere, and names are no exception. Each name has a unique origin and some overlap as variants and diminutives easily spread around the world. Discover where your favorite baby girl names came from or find a name that honors your family's history. We've traveled the great wide world of baby names for you and organized them all by origin to make it a breeze. We have all the bases covered including:

Baby girl names come from all walks of life and there are many rare beauties that can be found by exploring other cultures. Investigate an origin outside of your regular stomping grounds and you might just find a stunning surprise. Some of today's top names have surprising origins whether it's Layla's Arabic roots or Mila’s Slavic start.

Baby girl names with meaning

Every name also has a hidden meaning which can be a point of interest for parents. While some are stunning like Abigail’s “the father is rejoicing,” others can be a little less inviting like Leah’s “weary one.” Some meanings may be obvious like Violet being a flower, while others like Penelope have an obscure meaning like “the weaver.”

We invite you to explore the meanings of your favorite baby girl names. Some may surprise you. Along the way, you may find a new beloved name with an irresistible meaning that speaks to your heart.

Notable baby girl name lists

Want to explore a new style but aren't sure where to start? We've compiled several lists of baby girl names that you'll love. Each list takes a range of the best girl names that fit a certain category and places them all in one easy to view spot. Check out our offerings including:

Each list might contain a favorite of yours or a new beauty you haven't even considered. Sometimes all it takes is seeing a name in a new light to make it sing to you. We strive to bring names to life and hope you find a new favorite or two along the way.

Find the perfect baby girl’s name

Remember to relax and have fun while looking at baby girl names. Not every name is going to fit and, let’s face it, with thousands of them in our collection, most aren't. But the perfect girl’s name is out there and you will find it in time. Set out on your search with an open heart and mind and the right baby girl’s name might just find you.