Bahriye Tamer is a Turkish female given name of Arabic origin. Bahri is the masculine form of the name.
Baiba Baiba is a feminine Latvian given name. The associated name day is December 4. Notable people with the name include:
Banu Banu (Persian: بانو bânu), is a Persian name for girls used in Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey and India. While in Afghanistan it translates to "lady", "princess" or "bride". in India it roughly translates to "little sister". In Turkey, it is a popular female name that refers to the original Persian word. Banu also apparently means "rays from the sun" in Telugu.
Barbra Barbara is a female given name, surname, sometimes. Barbara is a loud quaint Word for the foreigners (barbarians), which used obscure words and sounds for the Greeks, equal to a Jabber: Brabrabrabara. The Greek word is German foreign, which means Latin barbarus, wild foreign, alien. The worship of St. Barbara contributed to spread the name.
Barbro Barbro is a Swedish female given name, derived from Barbara.
Basak Başak (Turkish for "Ear of corn"; as a zodiac sign: "Virgin") is a Turkish female given name occurs as a family name.
Bastienne Bastienne, is a female given name. He became known in the German-speaking world through the Singspiel Bastien und Bastienne (k. 50) from the years 1767/68 of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and the five-part TV classic on the beach of the river Spree from Director Fritz Umgelter directed 1960 green. Elisabeth Müller was the actress of Bastienne.
Béatrice Béatrice is a French feminine given name. It may refer to :
Bérengère Bérengère is a French masculine given name, the feminine form of Berengar, original Germanic and come from the name Beringari.
Beata Beata or Beate is a female given name that occurs in several cultures and languages, including German, Polish, and Swedish, and which is derived from the Latin beatus, meaning "blessed". Variants include Bea, Beade and Beáta. The name may refer to:
Bengü Bengü is a common Turkish given name. It means "eternal", "endless", "never-ending", or "immortal".
Bengi Bengi is a common Turkish given name. It means "eternal", "endless", "never-ending", or "immortal". It is an Oghuz accented version of Bengü which is also a Turkish given name. Compared to Bengü, Bengi has an additional meaning: "a mythical water which gives a person immortal life".
Berat Berat is a Turkish given name for males. People named Berat include:
Berenice Berenice (Ancient Greek: Βερενίκη, Berenikē) is the Ancient Macedonian form of the Attic Greek name Φερενίκη (Pherenikē), which meant "bearer of victory" from Ancient Greek φέρω (pherō), meaning "to bear", and νίκη (nikē), meaning "victory". Berenika priestess of Demeter in Lete ca. 350 BC is the oldest epigraphical evidence. The name also has the form Bernice. An additional Latin form of the same name is Veronica.
Bianca Maria Bianca Maria is a feminine given name, a combination of the Italian name Bianca, which means "white" and is a cognate of the medieval name Blanche and of Maria, a Latin form of the Greek name Μαριαμ or Mariam or Maria, found in the New Testament. The combination name Bianca Maria was the name of early queens or noble women such as Bianca Maria Sforza and Bianca Maria Visconti. The name is still well-used in Italy and Romania, among other countries.
Bianka Bianka is a female name in Hungarian, Polish, Slovak and German.
Bijou Bijou is a French word meaning jewel and may refer to:
Bike Bike is a common Turkish given name. It is an Oghuz accented version of Büke which is also a Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Bike" means "Queen" and/or "Woman". It also means "wise, old person"; "bride"; or "the dragon with seven heads" in an old Turkish epic. It is also the name of one of the years in the "Twelve Animal Turkish Calendar".
Bilge Bilge is a Turkish male and female first name and family name meaning "wise, taught".
Bilgin Bilgin (Turkish for "Scholar, scientist") is a Turkish, mostly male first name and family name.
Bipasha Bipasha (hindi : बिपाशा) is a Hindu Indian feminine given name, which means "river" .
Birdal Birdal is a Turkish male and female first name and family name meaning "helpful".
Birgül Birgül is a feminine Turkish name meaning "one rose", and it may refer to:
Birgitta Birgitta is the Swedish and Icelandic form of the Irish Gaelic female name Brighid. Brighid or Brigid was the name of an ancient Celtic goddess, and its English form is Bridget. Birgitta and its alternate forms Birgit and Britta became common names in Scandinavia because of St. Bridget of Sweden.
Birsen Birsen is a common feminine Turkish given name. The name is produced by using two Turkish words: Bir and Sen. In Turkish, "Bir" means "One", and "Sen" means "You". Thus, "Birsen" means "Only You".
Biruta Biruta or Birutė is a Latvian and Lithuanian feminine given name, which means "snow", derived from the Lithuanian word byrančiu. The associated name day is June 1. The name may refer to:
Birutė A Lithuanian female given name is derived from byrėti, Birutė.
Bit-na Bit-na (pronounced and sometimes romanised Bin-na) is a Korean feminine given name. Unlike most Korean given names, it is not composed of Sino-Korean morphemes which can be written with hanja, but is an indigenous Korean word: the root form of the Korean verb binnada (빛나다), meaning "to shine".
Björk Björk is an Icelandic and Swedish female given name, meaning "Birch". The Norwegian variant of the name and tree is Bjørk. The name Björk is also one of the most common Swedish family name.
Blanca Blanca is a feminine Spanish given name. Notable people with the name include:
Blanchefleur Blanchefleur ("white flower", also Blanziflor, Flanziflor) is a female given name popular in the High Middle Ages.
Blerta Blerta is an Albanian female given name, which means "green", from the Albanian blertë. The male equivalent is Blerti. The name may refer to:
Bo-ram Bo-ram is a Korean feminine given name. It is a native Korean word meaning "valuable" or "worthwhile" and is not written using hanja. This contrasts with most Korean given names, which are derived from Sino-Korean morphemes which can be represented using hanja; these native Korean names have been gaining popularity in South Korea since the 1990s. According to a 2010 study by Chosun University professor Kang Hui-suk, it was the sixth-most common given name among women who graduated from the university that year.
Božena Božena is a feminine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Bobbie Bobbie is a British male and female first name and family name.
Bodil Bodil in Danish and Norwegian, in Swedish also the variations Bothild, Botilda, and Boel, is a feminine given name. It is Latinized form of Old Norse Bóthildr from bót "remedy" + hildr "battle". Older variations include Botill, Botild, Botilla, and Botyld.
Boglárka Boglárka is a popular Hungarian female name meaning either "jewel" or "buttercup." It was the second most popular name for girls born in Hungary in 2007.
Bogumiła Bogumiła (or the God of beloved) is a female Polish name of Slavonic origin.
Bojana Bojana (Slovenian: Bojana; Macedonian and Serbian Cyrillic: Бојана; Russian and Bulgarian Cyrillic: Бояна; transcribed Boyana) is a Slavic given name. It is feminine version of name Bojan derived from the Slavic noun boj "battle". The name is mainly used within the area of Southeastern Europe.
Bonita Bonita is a feminine given name as well as a word meaning "pretty, cute" in Spanish and Portuguese.
Bonnie Bonnie, Bonny or Bonne is a given name commonly used for females. It is rarely used as a male given name and is sometimes used as a descriptive reference. It comes from the Scottish word "bonnie" meaning "pretty, attractive", which was itself derived from Middle French bonne "good" as a way to describe a fair, good and beautiful girl. That is in turn derived from the Latin word "bonus" meaning good. The name can also be used as a pet form of Bonita. Bonnie is often used as a nickname or a form of endearment towards a loved one.
Borbora Borbora [ˈbɔʀbɔʀa] and [ˈbaʀbɔʀa] Barbora are West-Slavic forms of the female first name Barbara. Borbora is the upper Sorbian, Barbora is a Czech, Slovak and also Korean.
Borghild Borghild (and versions like Burghild and Borghildur) is a female given name formed from "borg" (protection) and "hild" (battle).
Boutheina Boutheina (also spelled Bouthaina or Buthaina; Arabic: بثينة) is an Arabic given name for females. People with the name include:
Bozena Božena is a female given name in various Slavic languages. Written with Caron is used in the Czech, Slovak, Slovene and Sorbian. Božena was 2009 26 place of the most popular female given name in the Czech Republic.
Brónach Saint Brónach (sometimes anglicised to Bronagh) was a 6th-century holy woman from Ireland, the reputed founder and patron saint of Cell Brónche ("church of Brónach"), now Kilbroney, in County Down.
Brenda Brenda is a feminine given name in the English language.
Brittany Brittany is a female given name. He comes from English and is named in honor of Brittany, a region in North-Western of France. The name was used for Breton settlers after they had fled before the Anglo-Saxons. It is used also as a term for the breed of Epagneul Breton.
Brodie Brodie can be a given name or a surname. Of Scottish origin, and a location in Moray, Scotland, its meaning is uncertain; it is not clear if Brodie, as a word, has its origins in the Gaelic or Pictish languages. In 2012 this name was the 53rd most popular boys' name in Scotland. The given name can be a male or female name, originating from the surname.
Brunhild Vanda is a feminine given name. The name originated from the link by brunni (old high German: breastplate) and hiltja (OHG: fight). The name appears as Brynhildr, inter alia in the Nibelung saga.
Brunhilde Vanda is a feminine given name. The name originated from the link by brunni (old high German: breastplate) and hiltja (old high German: fight). The name appears as Brynhildr, inter alia in the Nibelung saga.
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