Men’s English names

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Baz

– king or basil (grass)

Basil

– king

Byron

– in cowsheds or covered barnyards

Bayard

​​- red-brown or bright sunset

Buck

– courageous young man

Baxter

– baker

Balder

– prince

Baldric

– bold ruler

Bambi

– child

Baptist

– Baptist

Bardolf

– bright wolf

Barium

– king or basil (grass)

Barclay

– birch forest

Barnabas

– preacher’s son

Barney

– preacher’s son and bold as a bear

Bar ebi

– son of the preacher

Barrett

– haggler

Barry

– blond

Bart

– son Talmay

Bartholomew

– son Talmay

Bassett

– a little short, low

Buster

– destroyer

Bastian

– from Sebeyst (a city in Asia Minor)

Butch

– butcher

Bevan

– son of John
Beverly

– beaver

Bevis

– bright

Bedivir

– knowing feats (King Arthur)

Beib

– baby rue

Bayley

– sheriff’s assistant

Bailey

– sheriff’s assistant

Ben

– son of the south or blessed

Benjamin

– son yu

Benji

– son of the south

Benedict

– blessed

Benet

– blessed

Bennett

– sacred

Benny

– son of the south and Benedict blessed

Bennie

– son of the south and Benedict blessed

Benson

– Ben’s son

Bentley

– cleansing

Benton

– grassy meadow

Beoregaard

​​- beautiful perspective

Berdt

– fortified settlement
Berengar

– bear spear

Berengzher

– bear spear

Beret

– haggler

Bernard

​​- as bold as a bear

Bernie

– bold as a bear

Berry

– blond

Burt

– bright

Bertie

– bright

Burton

– fortified settlement

Bertram

– bright raven

Bertrand

– bright raven

Beavis

– radiant

Bill

– helmet

Billy

– helmet

Bissh

– bush

Biff

– punching

Blaine

– small yellow-skinned

Bliss

– cheerful, happy

Bliss

– joy, happiness

Blaze

– lisping

Blake

– black

Blaine

– slightly yellow-skinned

Blair

– battlefield

Bob

– famous

Bobby

– famous

olduin

– brave friend

Bollard

​​- bald, rounded like a ball

Beaumont

– beautiful mountain

Boniface

– good destiny

Boris

– wrestler, warrior

Bradley

– wide wooded area

Breadeden

– salmon

Brian

– force

Brion

– force

Branden

– covered with a broom hill

Brandon

– covered with a broom hill

Brannon

– covered with a broomstick

Braden

– salmon

Breidn

– salmon

Brendan

– Prince

Branden

– Prince

Brandon

– Prince

Brennan

– Prince

Brent

– hill

Brenton

– burning city

Bret

– Breton

Brett

– Breton

Briard

​​- dog rose

Brion

– force

Brice

– colorful, spotted, motley

Briscoe

– birch forest

Britton

– from the UK

Brim

– house near the bridge

Broderick

– dream

Brody

– dirty place

Brose

– immortal

Brock

– badger

Bront

– thunder

Brody

– dirty place

Brooke

– stream, stream

Brook

– stream, stream

Brooks

– from the stream
Bruno

– brown

B rutus

– hard

Bryant

– force

Brad

– shortening of longer names starting with “Brad”
Brady

– broad-chested

Bradford

– wide ford

Brayden

– salmon

Brady

– broad-chested

Bram

– father of many children

Bran

– broom-covered hill

Bruce

– forest or thicket

Bryus

– colorful, spotted, motley

Buz

– contempt

Booker

– bookbinder, scribe

Bew

– beautiful

Bailey

– sheriff’s assistant

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