Neutral names starting with B
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An alphabetical list of neutral names starting with B, continued from the names page, which see for more information. These are neutral-gender names, otherwise known as unisex names. They are equally appropriate for girls, boys, and people of any gender. In English-speaking countries, some of the most familiar gender-neutral names starting with the letter B include Bailey, Bernie, and Billie. However, there are many more unisex names from around the world that start with B, more than 190 of them, as listed below. Previous page: neutral names starting with A. Next page: neutral names starting with C.
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Babe. 1. English, an epithet of affection. 2. English. Pet form of Barbara. Feminine. 3. American. Pet name for athletes, from the time of Babe Ruth. Keywords: affection, youth
Baden. German. Meaning "Bather." Keywords: elements, water
Badr (بدر). Arabic. Meaning "Full moon." Keywords: nature, sky, space, magic
Bae. American. Meaning a term of endearment. Keywords: affection
Bagheera. Indian. Meaning "Tiger-like." Keywords: animals, nature, power
Bahaar. Persian. Meaning "Spring of life, prime of life, youth." Keywords: strength, youth
Bahula. Hindi. Meaning "Abundant." Keywords: abundance, fortune, luck, wealth
Baker. English. From the family name. Keywords: food, occupations, trades
Bali. Swahili. Meaning "On the contrary." Keywords: mischief
Ballad. English. Meaning "Song." Keywords: entertainment, music
Ballentine. English. Meaning "Strength, valor." Keywords: power, strength, virtue
Bamba. Swahili. Meaning "Advice." Keywords: virtue, wisdom
Bambi or Bambie. English. From Italian "Bambino," meaning "Child." Keywords: affection, age, youth
Bamidele. African, Yoruba. Meaning "Follow me home."
Banan. Arabic. Meaning "Fingertips." Keywords: appearance
Bandana. Spanish. Meaning "Head wrap." Keywords: appearance, clothing
Bandile. Zulu, Xhosa, and Ndebele. Meaning "They have increased." Keywords: abundance
Bandit. American. Meaning "Thief." Keywords: mischief, occupation, trades, vice
Bane. English. meaning "Cause of distress or annoyance." Keywords: mischief, vice
Banner. American. Meaning "Flag."
Bansi. Hindi. Meaning "Whistle, flute, melodious." Keywords: beauty, entertainment, music
Bao. Chinese. Meaning "treasure, precious" (宝) or "praise" (褒). Keywords: abundance, wealth
Barakah. Arabic. Meaning "White one." Keywords: appearance, colours
Bardou. German. Meaning "axe and wolf," or "axe-wielding wolf." A variant of Bardolf. Other variations include Bardolph, Bardawulph, Bardawolph, Bardoul, Bardawolf, and Bardo. Keywords: animals, battle, magic, mischief, music, nature, power, strength
Barkhad. Arabic. Meaning "Blessings." Keywords: fortune, luck
Barra. 1. Hebrew. Variant of Bara. Meaning "To choose." Feminine. 2. Irish Gaelic. Short form of Fionnbarra. Meaning "fair-headed." Keywords: appearance, colours
Barran. Gaelic. Meaning "Little top."
Barras. English. Meaning "Tradesman." Keywords: occupation, trades
Barrett. German. Meaning "Bear-like," or "Strong like a bear." Keywords: animals, battle, nature, power, strength
Bates. English. Meaning "Son of Bartholomew," itself a surname meaning "Furrowed." Bates was a family name that came to be used as a given name for boys and girls. Keywords: appearance
Batu. Mongolian. Meaning "Loyal." Keywords: personality, virtue
Baucis. Greek. Meaning another name for the Greek god Dionysus. Keywords: magic, spirituality
Bayen. English. Meaning "From Ban." Keywords: places
Bayle. American. Meaning "Beautiful." Keywords: appearance, beauty
Baz. Gaelic. Meaning "Spear." Keywords: battle
Beach. English. Meaning "Beach." Keywords: earth, elements, nature, places, water
Beagan. Scottish. Meaning "Small." Keywords: affection, youth
Beau. French. Meaning "Beautiful." Keywords: appearance, beauty
Beauregard. French. Meaning "Beautiful gaze" or "Beautiful view." Keywords: appearance, beauty
Beaumont. French. Meaning "Beautiful mountain." Keywords: beauty, earth, nature, places
Beckett. English. Meaning "Dweller by the brook." Keywords: elements, nature, places, water
Bede. English. Meaning "Saint of scholars." Keywords: wisdom
Bee. English. Meaning "Bee," or a short form of many names starting with B. Keywords: animals, nature
Beecher. English. Meaning "Dweller by the beech tree." Keywords: earth, elements, forest, nature, plants
Behitha. Native American, Ahahneenin (White Clay). Meaning "Eagle child." Keywords: animals, nature
Beige. American. Meaning "Light brown." Keywords: colours
Belen. Spanish. Meaning "Bethlehem" or "House of bread."
Benen. English. Meaning "Kind, benevolent." Keywords: personality, virtue
Bennett. Latin. Meaning "Little blessed one."
Bennie. English. Neutral short form of masculine Benjamin, feminine Benjamina, and other names containing this element.
Benning. English. From the Latin name Benedictus, meaning "blessed."
Beres. Hebrew. Meaning "Birch tree." Keywords: earth, nature, places, plants
Berhane. Amharic. Meaning "My light."
Berkeley. English. Meaning "From the birch wood." Keywords: earth, nature, places, plants
Bern, Berne, Bernie, Berni, or Berny. English. Short for masculine names Bernard, feminine names Bernadette, Bernice, and so on. Bernard is a French name meaning "Brave" or "Bold as a bear." Keywords: animals, courage, virtue
Berry. 1. English. Meaning "Berry." Feminine. 2. English. Variant of Barry, meaning "Fair-headed." Keywords: appearance
Berta. Africa, Ethiopia, Amharic. Meaning "To be strong, relentless." Keywords: strength, personality, virtue
Bhadra. Hindi. Meaning "Blessed, prosperous, fortunate." Keywords: fortune
Bhavya. Sanskrit. Meaning "Auspicious, suitable, excellent." Keywords: fortune
Bidaban. Native American, Ojibwa. Meaning "Beginning of dawn."
Bienne. American. From the initials "B.N."
Bijou or Bijoux. French. Meaning "Jewel." Keywords: wealth
Bill, Billi, Billie, or Billy. Short for William, Wilhelmina, and so on.
Binder. English. Meaning "Book binder." Keywords: literature, trades, wisdom
Bình (平). Sino-Vietnamese. Meaning "Peace". Keywords: virtue
Birch. English. Meaning "Birch tree." Keywords: earth, nature, places, plants
Bison or Byson. American. Meaning "Wild ox." Keywords: animals, nature
Blaine. Scottish. Meaning "Yellow." Keywords: colours
Blake. English. Meaning "Blond" or "Dark." Keywords: colours
Blakeley or Blakely. English. Meaning "Dark forest." Keywords: colours, fantasy, nature, places
Blakeney. English. Meaning "From the black island." Keywords: colours, nature, places
Blaque. American. Invented name derived from "Black." Keywords: colours
Blawd. Welsh. Meaning "Flowers." Keywords: nature, plants
Blaze. English. Meaning "Flame." Keywords: elements, fantasy, fire, magic
Blum. German, Yiddish, and Swedish. Meaning "Bloom" or "Flower." Keywords: nature
Bo. 1. Short for many masculine, feminine, and unisex names. 2. (波). Chinese. Meaning "sea" or "waves." Unisex. 3. Romani. Meaning "Colonist, settler." Masculine. 4. Swedish. Meaning "Householder." Masculine. Keywords: nature, water
Bob, Bobbi, Bobbie, or Bobby. English. Short for the masculine name Robert, feminine names Barbara and Roberta, and unisex name Robin. Robert and its variations mean "Bright Fame."
Bodhi. Hindi. Meaning "Understanding of true nature," and an important concept in Buddhism. Keywords: religion, spirituality
Bodie. German. From the family name Bode, meaning "Messenger." Keywords: occupations, trades
Bogart. English. From the family name, meaning "Orchard worker." Keywords: farming, occupations, trades
Bolivia. English. From the place name.
Bon. French. Meaning "Good."
Bonaventure. Italian. Meaning "Good luck."
Bonde. Swahili. Meaning "Valley."
Borna. Croatian. Meaning "Fight, battle."Keywords: war
Bouvier. French. Meaning "Cow-shed worker." Keywords: animals, farm, trades
Bracken. 1. Gaelic. From the family name Breacain, meaning "Descendant of Breacain." 2. A kind of fern. Keywords: nature, forest, plants
Braddock. English. From a family name meaning "Dweller by the broad oak." Keywords: nature, plants, trees, home
Branch. English. Meaning "A branch of a tree." Keywords: nature, plants
Brandyn. English. Meaning "Hill covered with broom," or "Prince."
Brantley. English. Meaning "Fire brand," "field," or a combination of the names Brant and Lee.
Braon. Irish. Meaning "Teardrop." Keywords: emotions
Brasen or Brazen. English. Meaning "Bold."
Braudy. Variant of Brody, which see.
Bravery. English. Meaning "Courage."
Brayden. Irish. Variants include Braden, Bradyn, Braeden, Braiden, and Braydon. 
Brazil. Spanish. A kind of wood, and a country in South America. Keywords: forest, nature, places, plants, trees
Brean. English. Meaning "Noble, strong." Keywords: virtue
Brecht. Dutch. Meaning "Bright." Keywords: virtue
Brede. Irish. Meaning "Exalted," based on Bridget.
Breen. Irish. Meaning "Sadness."
Brein. Irish. Meaning "Fairy palace."
Breindel. Hebrew. Meaning "Blessing."
Brend. Norse. Meaning "Sword blade."
Brenner. German. Meaning "Charcoal burner." Keywords: fire
Brentley. English. Meaning "From the place by the hill."
Brevyn. American. A created name.
Bri. Irish. Meaning "Strong, honorable." Also the pet form of other names containing or beginning with "Bri."
Briann. Irish. Meaning "Strong, honorable."
Bricen. Welsh. Meaning "Son of Brice."
Bridge. English. Meaning "Bridge." Keywords: water
Briggs. English. From a Scottish family name meaning "Dweller by the bridge." Keywords: water
Brindle. Scandinavian. Meaning "Black and tan color combination," particularly of animal fur.
Brinkley. English. Meaning "From Brinca's field."
Brinly. English. Meaning "Burnt meadow." Variants include Brinlea, Brinlee, and Brinley. Keywords: nature, war
Brishen. Romani. Meaning "Born during rain."
Britain. English. Meaning "From Great Britain."
Britton. English. Meaning "From Brittany."
Brocky. Native American, Blackfoot nation. Meaning "Tail feathers coming over the hill."
Brodie or Brody. Scottish. From the name of a Scottish castle.
Brogan. Irish Gaelic. From a family name, meaning "Descendant of Brógán," hence "Little shoe." The name of several Irish saints. Keywords: clothing, religion, trades
Brone. Gaelic. Meaning "Sorrow."
Bronwyn. Welsh. Meaning "White breast."
Bronx. American. From the place name, named after a settler named Jonas Bronck. Keywords: places, history, geography, city
Brook, Brooke, or Brooks. English. Meaning "Stream." Keywords: nature, water
Brooklee. American. Created from the names "Brook" and "Lee." Keywords: nature, water
Brooklyn. American. From the place name. Keywords: geography, places, history, city
Bryce. English. Meaning "Speckled." Keywords: colours
Bryton. Variant of Britton, which see.
Buana. Indonesian. Meaning "Earth." Keywords: nature, elements, magic, science, space
Buenaventura. Spanish. Meaning "Good tidings." Keywords: luck
Buhle. Southern African, Xhosa and Ndebele. Meaning "Beautiful, handsome."
Bunny. English. Meaning "Little rabbit."
Burçin. Turkish. Meaning "Hind, doe."Keywords: nature, forest, animals, deer
Businge. Eastern African, Kiga. Meaning "Peace."
Butch. American. Meaning "Manly" or "Butcher," but used for boys and girls. Keywords: queer, masculine
Buruji. Swahili. Meaning "Castle, battlement."
Bustan. Aramaic and Hebrew. Meaning "Orchard" or "Garden."
Busu. Swahili. Meaning "Kiss."
Buyu. Swahili. Meaning "Calabash."
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