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Girls Names B: Meanings, Nicknames

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Barbara

BarBara Luna

Barbara was consistently the second most popular American baby girl name from 1932 through 1994

Bathsheba

Bethsabee de Rothschild

There were never more than 5 American girls named Bathsheba in any year until 1951, when the popular movie “David and Bathsheba” came out.

Baylee

Bailee Madison

Baylee is a more unique spelling than Bailey

Beatrice

Beatrice Alda

In 1914, Beatrice was the 38th most popular female name in the USA. 100 years later, its rank was No. 601

Belinda

Belinda Peregrin Schull

A little girl named Belinda lived in a little red house in an Ogden Nash poem called The Tale of Custard the Dragon

Bella

Bella Thorn

Bella can stand alone or be nicknames for Isabella and Annabella

Benita

Benita Hume

Benita’s highest rank in popularity in the USA was in 1961 at No. 445

Bernadette

Bernadette Flynn

The Four Tops’ 1967 song “Bernadette” was their last Top Ten hit.

Bernice

Bernice Mosby

Three tropicals storms in the Eastern Pacific were named Bernice during the 1960s. Two in the 1970s.

Bertha

Bertha Knight Landes

Big Bertha was a cow who held two Guinness World Records: the oldest cow on record, living almost 49 years and producing 39 calves

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