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First Name Directory - Starting with B




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


Baba
Baba is a name and may refer to:
Babak
Babatunde
Babatunde is a male Nigerian name. He comes from the Yoruba dialect continuum and means the return of the father.
Baco
Badi
Badr al-Din
Badr al-Din (Arabic: بدر الدين ‎‎) is a male Muslim name composed of the elements Badr and ad-Din. Badr al-Din (Arabic: بدر الدين ‎‎) is a male Muslim name composed of the elements Badr and ad-Din.
Bagher
Bagher is an Arabic given name for males. People named Bagher include: Bagher is an Arabic given name for males. People named Bagher include:
Bagrat
Bagrat (Armenian Բագրատ, Georgian ბაგრატ, Russian Баграт) is a given name, which is common in Armenia, Georgia and Abkhazia. The name derives from the Persian Bagadāta originally, which roughly means "Gift of God". In the middle ages, there were two important noble families which have been named Bagrat the Armenian Bagratids and the Georgian Bagratids.
Baha
Baha (also transliterated as Bahaa, Arabic: بهاء‎‎) may refer to:
Baha' al-Din
(Arabic: بهاء الدين ‎‎) Baha' al-Din (Bahattin in Turkish) may refer to:
Bahadir
Bahadır is a Turkish male first name and family name meaning "the brave".
Bahadır
Bahadır is a common masculine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Bahadır" means "brave", "galahad", "hero", "valiant", and/or "gallant".
Bahattin
Eddie is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "the glory of religion".
Bahri
Bahri (Arabic: بحري‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, Bahri is also a surname in Punjabi Khatri families of India.
Bailey
Bakary
Bakary is a West African given name. The name also occurs in the spelling of Bacary or Bakari.
Baki
Baki (Arabic: باقي‎‎) may refer to:
Baki
Baki is a masculine given name of Arabic origin meaning "one of God's name" or "the eternal". The name was already known in the ancient Egypt and is used today in Turkish and in the Balkans.
Bakir
Bakir (Arabic: بكير‎‎) may refer to: Bakir (Arabic: بكير‎‎) may refer to:
Balasingam
Balázs
Balázs is a surname or given name:
Baldassare
Baldassare is an Italian masculine given name, and may refer to:
Baldred
Balduin
Baldwin is a masculine given name. old high German balt-"bold" and win "Friend"
Baldur
Bali
Bali is a name, which may refer to:
Balija
Baba (plural: balije; originally abalija, from Turkish abalı for a man dressed with a coarse mesh) is a derogatory term for a Bosniaks or another Slavic Muslim. In addition, it is also a Muslim male given name in the Bosnian language.
Balint
Balint or Bálint is both a Hungarian surname and a masculine Hungarian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Bálint
Balthasar
Balys
Balys is a Lithuanian given name, derived from bala.
Banri
Banri (written: 万里 or 萬里) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Baptist
The name is of Greek origin and means the Baptist.
Baptist
Baptiste
Baptiste is a French given name or surname, and may be a shortened form of Jean-Baptiste (literally, John the Baptist).
Bara
Bara is a given name and a surname. As a masculine Arabic name, Bara ()براء) means "innocence". Bara is a given name and a surname. As a masculine Arabic name, Bara ()براء) means "innocence".
Barack
First name Barack is the American spelling of the Arabic name بارك / Bārak with the meaning "the blessed" or "blessed". Commonly used in most Arabic-speaking countries is the passive form Mubarak.
Barak
Barak is a masculine given name.
Bard
Bard is a masculine given name.
Bård
Bård is a Norwegian given name for males. It is a Norwegian form of the Old Norse name Bárðr. Sometimes it also appears as a surname. It may refer to:
Bardhyl
Bardhyl is an Albanian male given name, coined from the Illyrian name Bardylis. Popular etymology using the Albanian language interprets Bardylis as meaning white star, and the name Bardhyl was introduced based on that popular etymology[citation needed].
Barend
Barend or (somewhat dated spelling) Barent is a Dutch male given name and occasional middle name. As of 2014, there are over than 4,000 men in the Netherlands with this as their first name, and nearly 3,000 with it as their middle name. It was likely derived from Bernard.
Barış
Barış is a Turkish word meaning "peace" and a given name for males or, rarely females. People named Barış include:
Barkat Ali
Barkat Ali is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Barkat or Barakat meaning blessings, and Ali meaning of the most high. it may refer to Barkat Ali is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Barkat or Barakat meaning blessings, and Ali meaning of the most high. it may refer to
Barkatullah
Barkatullah or Barakatullah is a male Muslim given name and surname composed of the elements Barakat and Allah, meaning blessings of God. it may refer to Barkatullah or Barakatullah is a male Muslim given name and surname composed of the elements Barakat and Allah, meaning blessings of God. it may refer to
Barlas
Barlas is a common masculine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Barlas" means "hero", "brave", "chivalrous" and/or "warrior". It is also the name of one of the -later Turkicized- Mongol confederations (Barlas) in Central Asia, which was the chief tribe of the Timurids.
Barnabas
Barnabas is a masculine given name. According to APG 4.36 & #160; EU Aramaic "Son of consolation". Actually, the meaning is unclear. The name could refer to an origin from the village Nob at Jerusalem, so "son of Nob", to a father named Nabu, "Son of NABU", or as a deity of nebo, "Son of the Nebo". The latter is a commonly used name in the Syrian region.
Barnabás
Barnabas is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Barney
Barney (pronunciation: also known as /ˈbɑr.nɛɪ/ or ˈ/bɑr.ni/, also: /ˈbaɐ.ni/) is an English diminutive of the male given name Bernhard (Bernard, Barnard), Barnabas and Barnaby.


Barnim
Barnim
Barry
Barry is both a given name and a surname. The given name is an Anglicised form of several Irish personal names, whilst the surname has numerous etymological origins, and is derived from both place names and personal names.
Barry
Barthel
Barthélemy
Bartholemew
Bartholomäus
Bartholomew is a masculine given name. Especially in Germany, Bartholomew is common as a surname.
Bartholomée
Bartholomée is a masculine given name.
Bartholomeus
Bartholomeus is a masculine given name. Bartholomeus is the Dutch form of Bartholomew.
Bartimäus
Bartolome
Bartolomé (rare: Bartolomé) is a male given name and family name. Bartolomé is a Spanish form of Bartholomew.
Bartolomé
Bartolomeo
Bartolomeo or Bartolommeo is a masculine Italian given name, the Italian equivalent of Bartholomew. Its diminutive form is Baccio.
Bartolomeu
Bartolommeo
Baruch
Baruch (Hebrew בָּרוּךְ ' praised') is a Hebrew name, which comes from the Bible and is used as a last name. Baruch is equivalent to the Arabic name بارك / Bārak or its English variant Barack. All variants correspond to the Latin Benedictus (Benedict).
Bas
Bas is both a given name and a surname. As a given name in Dutch it is short for Sebastiaan (Sebastian). Notable people with the name include:
Başar
Başar is a Turkish male given name and surname.
Basel
Başel
Başel is a Turkish male first name and family name. The name is composed of the words baş (head) and el (hand).
Bashar
Bashir
Bashir or Basheer (Arabic: بشير‎‎) is a male given name. Derived from Arabic, it means "the one who brings good news". It is also a surname. Bashir or Basheer (Arabic: بشير‎‎) is a male given name. Derived from Arabic, it means "the one who brings good news". It is also a surname.
Bashkim
Bashkim is a masculine given name, which means "unity" in Albanian. The name may refer to:
Basil
The name Basil (/ˈbæzəl/; royal, kingly) comes from the male Greek name Vassilios (Greek: Βασίλειος, female version Bασιλική), which first appeared during the Hellenistic period. It is derived from "basileus" (Greek: βασιλεύς), a Greek word of pre-Hellenic origin meaning "king", from which words such as basilica and basilisk (via Latin) as well as the eponymous herb (via Old French) derive, and the name of the Italian region Basilicata, which had been long under the rule of the Byzantine Emperor (also called basileus).
Basilius
Basil is a Latin given name. It involves a Latinization of the Greek word βασιλειος, basíleios, meaning "Royal". The name is found as Basil. In Germany, the first name of Basil is occupied since the 12th century.
Basri
Basri (Arabic: بصري‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to:
Bassim
Bassim is a masculine given name.
Bastian
Bastian is a German short form of Sebastian. Notable people with the surname include:
Baştürk
Baştürk is a Turkish male first name and family name. The family name are also in the case of Babu occurs outside the Turkish language.
Batıkan
Batıkan is a common masculine Turkish given name. It is composed of two words: "Batı" and "Kan". In Turkish, "Batı" means "West" whereas "Kan" means "Sovereign", "Ruler" and/or "Blood". Thus, "Batıkan" means "Sovereign of the West", and/or "Ruler of the West".
Battista
Battista is an Italian first name. The name is of Greek origin and means: the Baptist. He used therefore usually in combination with the name of Giovanni, the Italian form of the name John.
Batu
Batu is a common masculine Central Asian name.
Batuhan
Batuhan is a common masculine Turkish given name. The name was almost certainly derived from and popularized by the medieval Mongol ruler Batu Khan (c. 1207–1255), batu meaning "firm" in the Mongolian language. The name has also been given a folk etymology because of batu's phonetic similarity to the Turkish word batı ("west"), which has led to the popular belief that it means "sovereign of the west".
Bau
Bau is a masculine given name.
Baudile
Baudile is a masculine given name.
Baudouin
Bayar
BAYAR is a Mongolian name and means "Pleasure" or "Fixed". Furthermore it is a Turkish male first and family names. The TDK name dictionary mentions following meaning: "great, exalted, prestigious and noble person".
Baykal
Baykal is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Bayrak
Bacho is a Turkish male first name and family name. It is also a colloquial term for the flag of Turkey.
Bayraktar
Bachmann is a Turkish male given name and surname of Turkish and Persian origin meaning "Flag carrier", derived inter alia from Türk. Mark = "Banner", "Flag" (Turkish).
Bayram
Bayram is both a masculine Turkish given name and a Turkish surname. Notable people with the name include:
Baz
Beat
Beat (pronounced "BEH-awe-t") is a German male given name, derived from the Latin name Beatus, which means "blessed". The name is common in German-speaking Switzerland because of St Beatus of Lungern, considered a patron saint. The female variant is Beate. The name Beat may refer to:
Beat
Béchir
Bashir, Bashir or Bachir is a name and an Arab surname (بشير) indicator meaning good news: this is one of the names that refer to the Prophet. It is in about the names of Angels has the same meaning, where his set on May 5.
Bedrettin
Bedrettin is the Turkish name derived from the Arabic name Badr al-Din.
Bedřich
Bedřich a masculine given name. He is the Czech version of the name Friedrich.
Bedriye
Baduria is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin, is commonly used also in Albania and Macedonia. The female form of the name is Bedriye.
Behcet
Behcet's is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "Joy", which is also a family name.


Behçet
Behçet is a Turkish name and may refer to:
Behram
Baguio is a Turkish given name of Persian origin, which occurs as a family name.
Behrouz
Bekim
Bekim is a given name for males. People named Bekim include:
Bekir
Bekir is a Turkish given name for males which comes from Abu_Bakr the first Caliph of islam. People named Bekir include:
Bela
Bela is a masculine given name.
Béla
Ben
Benas
Benas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Ben.
Beñat
Bence
Bence is a Hungarian male given name, which is a form of Vincent, derived from the Latin verb vincere, meaning "to conquer" or "to win". Bence is also used as a surname in several cultures. The name may refer to:
Bendegúz
Ghana is a Hungarian masculine first name of hunnish origin.
Benedek
Benedetto
Benedetto is a common Italian name, the equivalent of the English name Benedict. Notable people named Benedetto include:
Benedikt
Benedikta
Benediktas
Benediktas is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from Benedict).
Benedykt
Benedykt is the Polish version of the name Benedict.
Beng
Bengt
Bengt is a Swedish male given name. Bengt is the Swedish form of the originally from the Latin name Benedict.
Benito
Benito is the Spanish form of Benedict and is both a masculine given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Benjamin
Benjamin is a masculine given name.
Benjamin
Benjámin
Benjamin is a Hungarian name.
Benjaminas
Benjaminas is a masculine Lithuanian given name and may refer to:
Benni
Benni is a masculine given name.
Benno
Benno is a masculine given name. Benno is a short form of improvements as well as Bernd names... starting with Bern (e.g. & #160; B. Bernhard) and means "strong" and "brave" originated from the word "Bear". Original form of the name of Benno as well as Bernhard is the old German name of Berno.
Benny
Benny is a masculine given name.
Beno
Benő
Samane is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Benoît
Benoît (/bɛˈnɔɪ.ᵻt/ or /bᵻˈnɔɪt/; French pronunciation: ​[bənwa]) is a Catholic French male given name, or, less frequently, Benoist. The name is the Old French word for "blessed", equivalent to the English name Benedict. The female form of the name is Benoîte, or Bénédicte.as well as family name.
Bent
Bent is a masculine given name.
Bent
Bent is a Danish male given name, the present Danish short form of Benedict. Except in Denmark, occurs the name in Norway.
Bento
Bento is a short form of Benedito (German: Benedict) a Portuguese male given name and family name.
Benvenuto
Benvenuto is a male given name, which is also a family name. The name is of Italian origin and means as much as welcome.
Beom-seok
Beom-seok is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 13 hanja with the reading "beom" and 20 hanja with the reading "seok" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. The name may be spelled various ways in the Roman alphabet. One customary spelling, Bum-suk, became a source of mirth to Anglophones in the 1950s and again in the 1980s, when two South Korean politicians who spelled their name that way rose to prominence. As a result, other transcriptions such as Pom-sok came into wider use.
Beom-soo
Beom-soo, also spelled Bum-soo or Beom-su, is a Korean given name, that is a masculine name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write the name. There are 13 hanja with the reading "beom" and 67 hanja with the reading "soo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Beppe
Beppe is the diminutive of the Italian name Giuseppe and may refer to:
Beppo
Berat
Berat is a Turkish male and female given name of Arabic origin, as well as an Albanian masculine given name.
Berény
Berény is an old Hungarian male given name of Turkic origin, meaning benefactor or tax collector. It derived from the name of a Kabar tribe, who joined to the conquering Hungarians in the 9th century. It is also the name of several settlements in and around Hungary with various prefixes.
Beriah
Berislav
Berislav is a Slavic masculine given name derived from beri - "he/she carries" and slava - "glory, fame". Feminine form is Berislava. Another spelling is Berisav.
Berk
Berk
Berk is a Turkish given name meaning "strong, strong".
Berkan
Bain is a Turkish given name and family name meaning "The shining", "The shining".
Berkant
A Turkish male given name, is "strong, strong"; Berkant inter alia with the importance "powerful".
Berkay
Berkay is a Turkish given name for males. Berkay is a compound word made up of words "Berk" which means "bright like a lightning" and "ay" which means "moon" in Turkish. People named Berkay include:
Berke
Berke is a Turkish name for male and female, as well as a Mongolian name, meaning "difficult". A derived form of the name in Mongolian is Linda (GER. "difficult ruler").
Berkin
Mila is a Turkish given name meaning "strong, strong, powerful".


Berlin
Bernard
The masculine given name Bernard and its variations are of West Germanic origin.
Bernardas
Bernardas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Bernhard.
Bernardo
Bernardo is a given name and less frequently a surname, the Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese form of Bernard. It may refer to:
Bernat
Bernat is a Spanish given name. The German form of the name is Bernhard. Another origin and meaning of the name see here. Bernardo is the Spanish form of the name.
Bernát
Bernat is a Hungarian masculine first name, last name German Bernhard.
Bernd
Bernhard
Bernold
Darren is an old German name, the from the old high German personal name ber(a)nu (bear) and waltan (reign) is derived.
Bernward
Pius is a male given name. He comes from the old high German and means "Protection against the bear". Memorial and day is the 20th November.
Bert
Bert is a hypocoristic form of a number of Germanic male given names, such as Robert, Herbert, Gibert, Norbert, and Albert.
Bertalan
Bertalan is a Hungarian form of the male given name of Bartholomew.
Bertel
Bertel as variant of Bertil is a Danish masculine given name meaning "radiant, happy, clever".
Berthold
Bertil
Bertil is a first name of German origin most commonly found among Swedish men. The oldest recorded use is from the year 1396, but the name did not find widespread use until the 19th century.
Bertin
Bertin is a first name and family name. The name is common especially in the French-speaking world and derives from the old high German berath: shiny, famous off. See also Bert.
Bertold
Bertolt
Bertram
Bertram is both a Germanic given name from berht ("bright") and hramn ("raven"), and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Bertrand
Bertrand is a given name and surname. In German, the name derives from berht ("bright") and hramn ("raven") or rand ("shield").[citation needed]
Beryl
Beryl in the English-speaking is a female and (more rarely) a male given name.
Besim
Besim is an male given name, found in Albanian and Turkish. The name means "belief" or "faith" in Albanian. Besim may refer to:
Beth
Beverley
Beyazid
Bayezid (also spelled Beyazıt, Beyazid, Bayazid, Bajazet, Beyazit, Bejazid or Bayazit), an Arabic, Persian, and Turkish name, from the Arabic بايزيد, meaning "father of Yazid", may refer to:
Bezalel
Bharat
Bharat, Bharath, Bharata, Bharatam, Bhārat, or Bhārata may be a transliteration of either Bharata (Sanskrit: भरत, lit. "to be maintained") or Bhārata (Sanskrit: भारत, lit. "descended from Bharata") and may refer to:
Bhavesh
Bhavesh or Bhavish (भवेश, ભવેશ) is a given Indian male name. It supposedly originates from the Sanskrit words bhāva, which means "existence" and eesh, which means "Ishvara" ईश्वर "Lord, Ruler". It means "Lord Shiva" as well. Bhavesh is more popular name in Gupta, Sharma, Patel community etc .
Bhupinder
Bhupinder is an Indian male name and may refer to:
Bhushan
Bhushan is an Indian given first name.
Biagio
Biagio is an Italian male given name. Biagio is the Italian version of the masculine given name of Blasius.
Bibi
Bibin
Bibin is a masculine given name of Indian origin. It is also the possessive form of Biba, a diminutive form of Biljana.
Bijan
Biju
Biju (Malayalam: ബിജു) is a popular male name in India, especially in Bengal, Orissa, Kerala, and Bangladesh.
Bilal
Bilal (Arabic: بلال‎‎) is both a masculine given name and a surname of Arabic origin. Notable people with the name include:
Bilel
Bilel / Billel (Arabic: بلال‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, and variant to the more common variant Bilal. Bilel / Billel (Arabic: بلال‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, and variant to the more common variant Bilal.
Bilgiç
Baker is a Turkish male first name and family name. The first name has the meaning "a scholarly, well-read man"; and others colloquially means Ahmed also "know-it-all". Baker is no Turkish form of the name.
Bill
Billah
Faoh Billah (Arabic: بالله ‎‎) is an Arabic phrase meaning with God or through God. It is used within various standard sayings such as the Hawqala and the Ta'awwudh. It is also used within personal names and titles, particularly by Caliphs and other rulers, when it might be seen as a counterpart of the Christian usage by the grace of God. It is used for example as follows: Faoh Billah (Arabic: بالله ‎‎) is an Arabic phrase meaning with God or through God. It is used within various standard sayings such as the Hawqala and the Ta'awwudh. It is also used within personal names and titles, particularly by Caliphs and other rulers, when it might be seen as a counterpart of the Christian usage by the grace of God. It is used for example as follows:
Binjamin
Binod
Binod is a male given name in the Bengali, Hindi and Nepali languages, which comes from the Sanskrit for "happiness" or "joy". A related name with a similar meaning is Vinod. The name Binod may refer to:
Binu
Binu is a common given name for Boys in Kerala state in south western India. The name was popular in the 1970s. Binu is also a short form of Binyamin, a Aramiac, Hebrew, Syriac, Arabic name. The Latin name Benjamin is derived from Binyamin.
Binyamin
Birger
Birger is a Scandinavian name from Old Norse, bjarga, meaning "to help, to save, to protect". It is widely used in Norway as Birger but also as Børge. The Swedish variant of Birger would soon evolve into Börje, however, the prior form would remain common, and were not be confused with its successor. The Icelandic form is Birgir. Birger is primarily a masculine given name, but can also be found as a surname. People with the name Birger include:
Birger
Birk
Birk is a masculine given name.
Birk
Birkan
Birkan is a Turkish masculine given name and surname. It may refer to:
Birol
Birol is a Turkish given name for males and a Turkish surname. Notable people with the name include:


Bjarne
Bjarne is a Nordic male name, a variant of Bjorn, and can refer to the following people:
Bjarni
Bjartur
Bjartur is an Icelandic name.
Bjoern
Bjorn
Bjorn (English), Björn (Swedish, Icelandic, and German), Bjørn (Faroese, Norwegian, and Danish), Bjőrn (Hungarian), Beorn (Old English) or, rarely, Bjôrn, Biorn, or Latinized Biornus, is a Germanic male given name, or less often a surname. The name means "bear" (the animal). In Finnish and Finland Swedish, sometimes also in Sweden Swedish, the nickname Nalle ("teddy bear") refers to Björn.
Björn
Bjørk
Bjørk is a Faroese, Danish & Norwegian given name meaning “birch”. Bjørk is today also used for female, but the female variant of the name is Bjørg.
Blagoja
Blagoje
Blagoy
Blagoy (Bulgarian: Благой) is a Bulgarian masculine given name and may refer to:
Blaise
Blaise is a personal name (from Greek Βλάσιος, the name of Saint Blaise) and surname.
Blanchard
Blanchard is a French family name. It is also used as a given name.
Blas
Blas is a masculine given name.
Blasius
Blaise is a name of Greek origin.
Blažen
Blažiejus
A Lithuanian given name is derived from Blaise; Blažiejus, abbreviated Blažys.
Blažys
Blažys is a Lithuanian male family name and first name, derived from Blaise.
Blažytė
A Lithuanian female family name is derived from Blaise, Blažytė.
Bly
Bly is a masculine given name.
Bo
Boaz
Bob
Bob is a masculine given name.
Bob
Bob is an English masculine given name.
Bob
Bob is a masculine given name.
Boban
Boban (Serbian: Бобан) is a Croatian family name and Serbian and Montenegrin masculine given name. Among Serbs, Montenegrins and Macedonians, Boban might be used as a nickname form of the name "Slobodan" or "Bogdan". Most Croats named "Boban" are originally from village named Bobanova Draga in the municipality of Grude, Bosnia and Herzegovina.[citation needed] Boban is also a name used in the South Indian population. Notable people with the name include:
Bodo
Bodo (variants Botho, Boto, Boddo, Potho, Boda, Puoto, etc.) is an Old High German name, also adopted in Modern German. It is in origin a short name or hypocorism for Germanic names with a first element Bod-, Puot-, reflecting the verbal root beud- "to bid, command". As a monothematic name, Old High German Boto, Old Saxon Bodo, could mean "lord, commander" or alternatively "messenger" (c.f. Old English bod "command; message", boda "messenger, angel"). Full dithematic names with this first element (attested for the medieval period but not surviving into modern use) included Bodegisil, Bothad, Bodomar, Boderad, Poterich, Bodirid, Butwin, Potelfrid, Botolf, Podalolf, Bodenolf.
Bodo
Bodo is a male given name, which is used mainly in the German-speaking world and in fashion came again through the romance (early 19th century).
Bódog
Bodog is a former Hungarian male given name, now rarely.
Bogdan
Bogdan or Bohdan (Cyrillic: Богдан) is a Slavic masculine name that also appears in Romania and Moldova. It is derived from the Slavic words Bog/Boh (Cyrillic: Бог), meaning "God", and dan (Cyrillic: дан), meaning "given". The name appears to be an early calque from Byzantine Theodotus (Theodosius) with the same meaning. The name is also used as a surname.
Bogdan
Bogdán
Bogdan is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Bogoljub
Bogoljub (Serbian Cyrillic: Богољуб) is a Serbian masculine given name, meaning "love of God".
Bogomil
Bogomir
Bogomir is a masculine given name. Individual language versions are for example Bohumír (Czech) and Bohuměr (upper Sorbian). Bog in the Slavic God, means me peace.
Bogumil
Boguslaw
Bogusław is a Polish given name of Slavic origin, the resulting from the two words "Bóg / bog" (rich, God, luck) and composed "sława" (glory). Variants include: Boguslaus (German), Bogislaw, Bohuslav.
Bogusław
Bogusław is a Polish given name of Slavic origin, the resulting from the two words "Bóg / bog" (rich, God, luck) and composed "sława" (glory). Variants include: Boguslaus (German), Bogislaw, Bohuslav.
Bohumil
Bohumír
Bohumír is a Czech male first name, with the German given name Gottfried.
Bojan
Bojan (Slovenian, Serbian Latin and Croatian: Bojan; Serbian Cyrillic and Macedonian: Бојан; Russian and Bulgarian Cyrillic: Боян, transcribed Boyan) is a Slavic given name, derived from the Slavic noun boj "battle." The ending -an is a suffix frequently found in anthroponyms of Slavic origin. The name is recorded in historical sources among the Slovenes, Serbs, Bulgarians, Czechs, Poles, Croats, Slovenians, Macedonians and Russians. In Slovenia, it is the 18th most popular name for males, as of 2010.
Bojko
Bolad
Bolad (alternatively spelled Pulad, Pulat, Polat, or Polad in Persian and Turkic languages) is common given name among the Inner Asian peoples. The meaning of the word Bolad is "steel". In Khalkha Mongolian form of the word is Bold.
Boldizsár
Rajender is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Boleslaw
Boleslovas
Boleslovas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from the Polish given name Boleslaw.
Bölükbaşı
Far is a Turkish male first name and family name. As the Ottoman title, far had the meaning of "Band leader".
Bomboka
Bonabes
Bonabes is a masculine given name of French characteristic of the House of Lords by red, red from a nickname due to the generosity of the sire to the Abbey of La Meilleraye-de-Bretagne, Saint-Martin-de-Teillay and Saint-Sauveur de Béré.
Bonaventura
Bonifác
Maxmilián is a Hungarian masculine first name.


Boniface
Boniface is a masculine given name.
Bonifatius
Bonifaz
Bor
Boran
Boran is a common masculine Turkish given name. It is a derivative of the word Bora.
Boris
Boris, Borys or Barys (Bulgarian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian: Борис; Belarusian: Барыс) is a male name of Bulgarian origin. Nowadays, it is most widely represented in Russia (by the number of the name carriers), almost equally in Belarus, less in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Macedonia, Poland, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine. In recent generations it has also been used among speakers of Germanic (continental and Anglo-Frisian) and, to a lesser extent, Romance languages.
Borislav
Borislav or Boryslav (Cyrillic script: Борислав) is a Slavic male given name.
Borislaw
Bořivoj
Borivoje
Borivoje (Serbian Cyrillic: Боривоје) is a Serbian masculine given name of Slavic origin.
Borja
Borja is a masculine given name and a family name. The name occurs particularly in the Spanish-speaking world, rarely also in the Ukraine, and in Russia (here as a diminutive from Boris).
Börje
Börje is a male given name and a variant of Birger. Børge is the Danish and Norwegian spelling.
Borna
Borna (Croatian pronunciation: [bôːrna]) is a masculine Croatian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Boros
Boros is an ancient Greek male surnames.
Borromäus
Borut
Borys
Borys is a name of Bulgarian origin, equivalent to the Bulgarian-derived spelling Boris.
Boško
Boško (Cyrillic script: Бошко) is a Serbo-Croatian male given name.
Botho
Bodo is a male given name, which is used mainly in the German-speaking world and in fashion came again through the romance (early 19th century).
Botond
Botond is an old Hungarian first name and family name.
Bottyán
Bottyán (also known as Battyán) is a Hungarian male given name, meaning mace. It derived from the Hungarian word bot, meaning rod/stick. It is also a surname in various forms and the name of several settlements in and around Hungary.
Boualem
Boualem is a given name for males. People named Boualem include: Boualem is a given name for males. People named Boualem include:
Boubacar
Boukari
Boukari is a masculine given name of African origin.
Boulos
Boulos (Arabic: بولس or بولص ‎‎), also transliterated Boulus, Boolos, Bulos, Bulus etc., is the Arabic form of the name Paul. It can be used as a male given name, or as a surname. It may refer to Boulos (Arabic: بولس or بولص ‎‎), also transliterated Boulus, Boolos, Bulos, Bulus etc., is the Arabic form of the name Paul. It can be used as a male given name, or as a surname. It may refer to
Boureima
BOUREIMA is a West African given name which occurs occasionally as a family name.
Boutros
Boutros (Arabic: بطرس ‎‎), also transliterated Botros, Butrus etc., is the Arabic form of the name Peter. It is generally used as a male given name, but may also be used as a surname. Its use is confined to the Christian community. Boutros (Arabic: بطرس ‎‎), also transliterated Botros, Butrus etc., is the Arabic form of the name Peter. It is generally used as a male given name, but may also be used as a surname. Its use is confined to the Christian community.
Boyan
Boyan (Bulgarian: Боян) is a Slavic male given name. The short form of the name Boyan used in Bulgaria is Bobi or Bobby (Bulgarian: Боби). Its female equivalent is Boyana (Bulgarian: Бояна).
Boyd
Boyd is a surname of Scottish origin, derived from the Scottish Isle of Bute, as well as a male given name derived from the name of this family.
Boyraz
Banda is a Turkish male first name of Greek origin, as well as family name.
Božidar
Božidar (Bulgarian, Serbian Cyrillic: Божидар, Polish: Bożydar, sometimes transliterated as Bojidar, or Bozhidar) is a Slavic given name meaning "Divine gift". It is a calque of the Greek name Theodore, itself derived from the Greek word "Theodoros". Božo is a nickname form of Božidar. People with the name include:
Braco
Braco (given name) may refer to:
Brad
Brad is a masculine given name.
Bradley
The name goes back to the English family name Bradley, which is derived from the name of several places.
Bradley
Bradley is a male given name, which is common especially in English-speaking areas.
Brage
Brage is a Norwegian masculine given name originating from the Old Norse name Bragi, developing from the word "bragr" meaning poetry. In 2015 there was 2 589 men who had Brage as first name in Norway.
Brahim
Brajan
Brajan is a Serbian male given name.
Brandão
Brandão, sometimes Brandao, is a Portuguese language surname or given name.
Brandon
The name originates from the English surname Brandon. This surname can be derived from any of the numerous placenames in England so-named which are composed of two elements derived from the Old English language. The first element means "broom", "gorse"; and the second means "hill". There are several variant spellings of the given name Brandon; there is also probably, a feminine variant of the name. Brandon is considered to be a masculine name; however, in the United States during the 1980s, the name cracked the top 1,000th names recorded for female births; the name has since then fallen out of the top 1,000 female baby names.
Branimir
Branimir (Cyrillic script: Бранимир) is a South Slavic male given name. It is a combination of the (Slavic) verb braniti ("to defend") and the noun mir ("the world" or "peace" in Old Slavic), and hence means "the one who defends the world/peace". It is especially common among Croats and Serbs. The female version is Branimira and Branimirka. The Polish version is Bronimir.
Branislav
Branislav (Serbian Cyrillic: Бранислав) is a Czech, Croatian, Slovak, Serbian, and Slovene given name. It also appears in Polish as Bronisław and Russian as Bronislav. The name is derived from the Slavic elements borni-ti (to protect) and slav-a (glory) and means "warrior".
Branivojević noble family
The Branivojević (Serbian: Бранивојевићи) was a Serbian noble family that held possessions in Hum. The progenitor, Branivoje, served King Stefan Milutin (r. 1282–1321), and was given rule of Ston and Pelješac. The family had by 1325 emerged as the strongest family in Zahumlje ("Hum"). In 1326, while serving Serbian king Stefan Dečanski (r. 1321–31), Branoje Branivojević, the lord of Ston and Pelješac, was given a great two-handed sword. Probably at their highest point they ruled from Cetina river to the town of Kotor. Internal fights provided opportunity for the peripheral nobility, which would have bad consequences in the west, Hum; the Branivojević brothers entered politics in the relations with Venice, Croatian magnates and Bosnian ban. Though nominal vassals of Serbia, the Branivojević family attacked Serbian interests and other local nobles of Hum, who in 1326 turned against Serbia and the Branivojevići. The Hum nobility approached Stjepan Kotromanić II, the ban of Bosnia, who then annexed most of Hum. The Draživojevići of Nevesinje, as vassals of the Bosnian Ban, became the leading family of Hum in 1330s.
Branko
Bratislav
Bratislav (Cyrillic script: Братислав) is a Slavic origin given name meaning: "brat" - relative, brother and "slava" - glory, fame. Feminine form is Bratislava. The name may refer to:
Brede
Brede is both a surname and a masculine Norwegian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Brendan
Brendan is an Irish masculine given name in the English language. It is derived from the Gaelic name Breandán, which is in turn derived from the earlier Old Irish Brénainn. The mediaeval Latin form of the name, Brendanus, has also influenced the modern English and Irish forms. Variant spellings of Brendan are Brendon and Brenden. In some cases it is possible that the given name Brandon is also a variant of Brendan. A variant spelling of the Irish Breandán is Breanndán.
Brennan
Brennan and Braonán are masculine given names. The given name Brennan is considered to be mainly an Irish or Gaelic name. The name is derived from the Irish surname Brennan, which in one form appears in Irish as Ó Braonáin, meaning "descendant of Braonán". The Gaelic personal name Braonán is derived from the Irish braon, meaning "moisture", "drop". In some cases the given name Brennan may be a contracted form of the given name Brendan.
Breno
Breno is a Portuguese male given name, especially in Brazil as a Portuguese form of the originally old Celtic name of Brennus.
Brent
Brent is an English masculine given name derived from the same family name.


Bretislav
Bretislav (Czech: Břetislav, Latin: Bretislaus) is a Czech masculine given name.
Brian
Brian (sometimes spelled Bryan) is a male given name of Irish and Breton origin, as well as a surname of Occitan origin. It is common in the English-speaking world. It is possible that the name is derived from an Old Celtic word meaning "high" or "noble". For example, the element bre means "hill"; which could be transferred to mean "eminence" or "exalted one". The name is quite popular in Ireland, on account of Brian Boru, a 10th-century king of Ireland. The name was also quite popular in East Anglia during the Middle Ages. This is because the name was introduced to England by Bretons following the Norman Conquest. Bretons also settled in Ireland along with the Normans in the 12th century, and 'their' name was mingled with the 'Irish' version. Also, in the north-west of England, the 'Irish' name was introduced by Scandinavian settlers from Ireland. Within the Gaelic speaking areas of Scotland, the name was at first only used by professional families of Irish origin. It was the fourth most popular male name in England and Wales in 1934, but a sharp decline followed over the remainder of the 20th century and by 1994 it had fallen out of the top 100. It retained its popularity in the United States for longer; its most popular period there was from 1968–1979 when it consistently ranked between eighth and tenth.
Brieuc
Brit
Brit is a masculine given name.
Brock
Brock is a male given name, given mainly in the English-speaking world. He is from the old English term brocc derived, the "Badger" (Engl.: badger) means.
Broder
Broder is a Jewish family name, the from the formerly Galician and today Ukrainian town Brody (jidd. Brod) is derived. The name occurs as a first name of Frisian origin.
Bronis
A Lithuanian given name is derived from Bronislovas (Verk Bronis³aw, Bronius).
Bronislavas
A Lithuanian given name is derived from Polish Bronisław, Bronislavas. The abbreviation is Bronius.
Bronislaw
Bronisław is a Polish name of Slavic origin, which is from the two words "bronić" (defend, fight) and is composed of 'sława' (fame). Variants include: Babbykool (German), Branislav. The name-day of Bronisław is the 18th August, 1 September, 3 September and 6 October.
Bronislovas
Bronislovas is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Bronisław
Bronisław is a Polish name of Slavic origin, which is from the two words "bronić" (defend, fight) and is composed of 'sława' (fame). Variants include: Babbykool (German), Branislav. The name-day of Bronisław is the 18th August, 1 September, 3 September and 6 October.
Bronius
Bronius is a Lithuanian masculine given name. It is a shortened name of Bronislovas.
Bror
Bror is a Scandinavian masculine given name which simply means 'brother'. The name has been found as early as in runestones in the form Brodhir. The name form Bror is known since the year 1536.
Bruce
The Scots-English language name Bruce arrived in Scotland with the Normans, from the place name Brix of the Manche département in Normandy, France, meaning "the willowlands". Initially promulgated via the descendants of King Robert I of Scotland (Robert the Bruce) (1274-1329), it has been a Scottish surname since medieval times; it is now a common given name.
Brun
Brun is originally an old high German name. In this form you meet him today as a last name, a first name he was edged out by the Latinate form of Bruno.
Bruno
Brúnó
Bruno is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Bryan
Bryan is a masculine given name.
Bryan
Bud
Bud is an English masculine given name.
BUD
BUD can refers on: Ferihegy, airport of Budapest in Hungary, in accordance with the IATA airport code list bud can refer to: Bud, an American abbreviation for beer Budweiser, BUD, a medical abbreviation for balance Uro is dynamic, Bud a male given name, which may be related to: Bud Abbott (1895-1974), an American comedian bud Collyer (1908-1969), radio and TV personality American, Bud Cort (1948), an American actor , Bud Fisher (1885-1954), a designer of the series of Mutt and Jeff, Bud Flanagan, Bud Freeman, a musician of American jazz, Bud Grant, an athlete and coach, Bud Greenspan, a manufacturer of American documentaries, Bud Powell (1924-1966), jazz pianist, Bud Selig (1934 -), a Commissioner of baseball leagues, Bud Spencer (1929-2016), Italian film actor, Bud Yorkin (1926-2015), an American producer, Bud is also a n
Budak
Baran is a Turkish male first name and a surname of Turkish and Croatian.
Budimir
Budimir (Cyrillic script: Будимир) may refer to:
Buğra
Buğra is a Turkish name and may refer to:
Buksh
Buksh or Bukhsh (Persian: بخش ‎‎) is a Muslim surname or male given name, derived from the Persian word bakhsh, meaning "fate", "destiny" or "share". An alternative spelling is Bux. The name may refer to:
Bulcsú
Bulcsú is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Bülent
Bülent is a Turkish masculine given name and a family name meaning "tall" and "high", from Persian boland (Persian: بلند‎‎) which means tall or high.
Bulut
Bulut is a Turkish given name for men and a surname (meaning "cloud") and may refer to:
Bunji
Bunji is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Bunta
Bunta (ぶんた?) is a male Japanese given name.
Bünyamin
Bünyamin is an unusual[citation needed] Turkish variant of Benjamin and may refer to:
Burak
Burak is a Turkish name and originates in the Middle-Persian būrak, and may refer to:
Burghard
Barber is a German name. It is etymologically to the components = protection and GK = strong due to.
Burhan
Burhan (Arabic: برهان‎‎, Burhān) is an Arabic male name meaning proof and is an epithet of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. It is especially popular in Turkey, as it respects Turkish vowel harmony and the end syllable "-han" can be interpreted as the Turkish variant of "Khan".
Burhan al-Din
Burhan al-Din (Arabic: برھان الدین‎‎) is a male Muslim name, formed from the elements Burhan and ad-Din, meaning proof of the religion. Burhan al-Din (Arabic: برھان الدین‎‎) is a male Muslim name, formed from the elements Burhan and ad-Din, meaning proof of the religion.
Burim
Burim is an Albanian male given name, which means riverhead or fountain. The name may refer to:
Büyük
Büyük means "big" in Turkic languages and may refer to:
Byung-chul
Byung-chul is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 17 hanja with the reading "byung" and 11 hanja with the reading "chul" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. It was the eighth-most popular name for baby boys born in South Korea in 1950.
Byung-ho
Byung-ho, also spelled Byong-ho or Pyong-ho, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 17 hanja with the reading "byung" and 49 hanja with the reading "ho" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. According to South Korean government data, Byung-ho was the third-most popular name for baby boys in 1940.
Byung-hoon
Byung-hoon, also spelled Byeong-hun, is a Korean male given name.
Byung-hun
Byung-hun, also spelled Byung-heon, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 17 hanja with the reading "byung" and seven hanja with the reading "hun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Byung-joon
Byung-joon, also spelled Byong-joon or Byung-jun, is a Korean masculine given name. There are 17 hanja with the reading "byung" and 34 hanja with the reading "joon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Byung-woo
Byung-woo is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 17 hanja with the reading "byung" and 41 hanja with the reading "woo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Byung-wook
Byung-wook is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 17 hanja with the reading "byung" and 11 hanja with the reading "wook" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Børge
Børge is a male Norwegian and Danish given name, a variant of Birger. The Swedish spelling is Börje.
Børre
Børre is a Norwegian given name, and may refer to:





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