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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Benjamin

A favorite son

Hebrew

Brooks

Small stream

English

Bennett

Blessed

English

Beau

Handsome

French

Bryson

Son of Brice

English

Brayden

Son of Bradan

Irish

Braxton

Brock's town

English

Bentley

Bent grass meadow

English

Brandon

Broom hill

English

Brody

Ditch

Scottish

Barrett

Quarrelsome

English

Beckett

Bee cottage

English

Blake

Black or pale

English

Beckham

Beck's homestead

English

Bryce

Speckled

English

Brantley

Fire

English

Brady

Descendant of Bradach

Irish

Bodhi

Awakening

Indian (Sanskrit)

Bryan

High and noble

English

Brian

High and noble

English

Bradley

Broad meadow

English

Bowen

Son of Owen; son of the young one

Welsh

Briggs

Bridges

English

Baylor

Deliverer of goods

English

Baker

Baker

English

Braylen

Variant of Bralen

American

Braylon

Combination of Brayden and Waylon

American

Bo

To live

Scandinavian

Banks

Edge of the River

English

Bodie

Shelter; one who brings news

Scandinavian

Bruce

“The man from the brushwood,” ultimately from the Latin bruscia, brush wood.

Ancient

Brixton

Stone of Brixi

English

Benson

Son of Ben

Boone

Good

Latin

Boston

From St. Botolf's Stone

English

Bellamy

Handsome friend

French

Brycen

Descendant of Brice

Welsh

Bruno

Brown

German

Briar

Shrub, Small Tree

English

Bridger

Lives near the bridge; bridge-worker

English

Blaze

Stutter

Latin

Brock

Badger-like

English

Byron

At the byres or barn

English

Brendan

Prince

Irish

Bjorn

Bear

Scandinavian

Ben

Son

Hebrew

Bryant

A variant spelling of Briant.

English

Benicio

Blessed

Latin

Brodie

Ditch

Irish

Bear

Strong, brave bear

German