Finnish Girl Names : A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
BaltasarBaker Occupational Name Transferred to Surname and to a First Name Pastry Maker
BärbelPet form of Barbara (meaning: the stranger). In Germany as an independent name spread. Namesake: Bärbel Bohley, German civil rights activist. The Foreign
BarnabasSon of Prophecy Son of Consolation Son of the Right Hand Son of Exhortation Son of Comfort Aramaic origin, meaning suggesting Son of God Nebo. Known in the Bible as a companion of St. Paul and St. Mark's and the disciples of Jesus but he is not one of the twelve apostles themselves namesakes. St. Barnabas, Patron of Milan and Florence..
BarrieLives at the Barrier Fair-haired From the Land that was Burned Sharp Pointed Bear-strength White
BarryMarksman From the Land that was Burned Lives at the Barrier Sharp Pointed Bear-strength Spear Javelin White
BartolomeusNordic form of the name Bartolomaeus, which is the Latin form of Βαρθολομαιος (Bartholomaios), which is the Greek form of the Aramaic name Bar-Tôlmay
BärtylyFormer Finnish form of Bartolomeus
BarukNordic spelling of the Hebrew name בָּרוּך (Barukh) meaning 'blessed'
BasiliusGreek origin, meaning: the Royal. In Germany, known since the Middle Ages, but now rarely awarded. Namesakes: St. Basil church father and teacher..
BastiVariant form of Baste From Sebaste
BeeniFinnish short form of Ruben
BenBorn of the Right Hand Meadow with Coarse Grass Son of the South Benjamin Son Of The Right Hand
BenedictBlessed Happy The Blessed
BenediktNoble Bear Rock Adherent of the Goddess Artemis The Blessed
BenediktaLatin origin, feminine form of Benedict (meaning: the Blessed). In Germany rare.
BengtWarrior The Title of Nobility Used as a First Name From the Land that was Burned From the Beautiful Fort The Blessed
BeniThe Ensnarer One who Snares Traps Bound Husband Plait of Hair Blessed
BenitoDerived from the English Place Name The Blessed
BenjaShort form of Benjamin
BenjamFinnish short form of Benjamin
BenjamiFinnish form of Benjamin
BenkkuFinnish pet form of Benkt
BennoBlessed Right-hand Son Similar to Benedict Happy Bear
BennyBorn of the Right Hand Form of Benjamin Son Blessed Son Of The Right Hand
BenyaminBlessed Right-hand Son Similar to Benedict Happy Jacob's Youngest Son
BernardBrave as a Bear Bear Courageous Strong Bear-brave English, French, Dutch form of Bernhard (meaning: the Bärenstarke). Namesakes: George Bernard Shaw, Irish writer.
BerndDerived from the English Place Name White Within Intelligent Destruction Evening Time A Flower - Jasmine Short form of Bernhard (meaning: the Bärenstarke). In Germany since the mid 20th century very popular now with declining popularity. Namesakes: Bernd Eichinger, German film producer and director.
BerndtLow German variant spelling of Bernd Bear
BerneBrave as a Bear Form of Bernard Grim Bear
BernhardMeadow of Ash Trees Ash Tree Meadow Dwells at the Ash Tree Meadow Ash-tree Meadow Ash Wood Old High German name, meaning: the Bärenstarke. In Germany since the Middle Ages a timeless name, popular in particular by numerous saints (eg St. Bernard of Clairvaux, the founder of the Cistercian Order). Namesakes: Bernhard Minetti, German actor.
BernhardinaOld High German origin, feminine form (meaning: the Bärenstarke). Bear
BernhardineOld High German origin, feminine form (meaning: the Bärenstarke). Bear
BernoldGermanic or Old High German origin, meaning composition of "Bear" and "prevail".
BerntDerived from the English Place Name White Within Intelligent Destruction Evening Time A Flower - Jasmine Variant of Bernd. Namesakes: Bernt Engelmann, a German writer.
BertBright Highborn Brilliant Day-bright Fame Strength Bright as an Angel Shining Intellect Renowned Northerner Famous Will Desire Noble Shining Short form of names with "Bert" and ending with "Bert" (meaning: shiny), especially by Berthold (meaning composition, "shiny" and "dominion") and Albert.
BertelShepherd To Help
BerthelBlessed Right-hand Son Similar to Benedict Happy
BertholdBright Ruler Born of the Right Hand Form of Benjamin Son Blessed Old High German origin, meaning composition, "shiny" and "prevail". Since the Middle Ages, especially in southern Germany popular, now with declining popularity. Namesakes: Berthold von Regensburg, preachers of the Middle Ages.
BertilMeadow of Ash Trees Ash Tree Meadow Dwells at the Ash Tree Meadow Ash-tree Meadow Ash Wood Bright
BertoldBright Strength Old High German origin, meaning composition, "shiny" and "prevail". Since the Middle Ages, especially in southern Germany popular, now with declining popularity. Namesakes: Berthold von Regensburg, preachers of the Middle Ages.
BertrandIntelligent Glorious Raven Introduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest Bright Shield Wise Person
BertuliFormer Finnish form of Bartolomeus
BillResolute Protector Form of William Resolute Guardian Will Desire Will Helmet Protect English shorthand. Namesakes: Bill Clinton, US president.
BillyResolute Protector Form of William Resolute Guardian Will Desire Will Helmet Protection Will Helmet Protect English pet form of Bill or. Namesakes: Billy Wilder, American film director.
BirgerHelp Save Rescue Bright Nordic name, meaning: helpers.
BirgerusLatinised form of Birger which means to save or help
BirkPlace Name Where Birch Trees Grow From the Fortified Settlement From a Birch Tree Bright Shining Castle
BirtheDanish short form of Birgit. The Exalted One
BjarneShepherd To Help Danish form of Björn (meaning: Bear).
BlaiseStammerer Lisp Stutter One who Stammers Lisping
BobBright Form of Robert Bright Famous One Fame
BobbyBright Fame Abbreviation of Robert Short Form of Robert Strange Bright Famous One English pet form of Bob or Robert (meaning: the gloriously shiny) a girl's name. Namesakes: Bobby Charlton, English footballer.
BojanCheerful Happy Carefree Free Spirit
BoreGreek βορέας (boreas) = 'north wind'
BorisShort Intelligent Glorious Raven Introduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest Bright Shield Wise Person Slavic short form of Borislav (meaning composition of "struggle" and "famous"). Particularly common in Russia and Bulgaria. Popular in Germany in the late 20th century by Boris Becker. Namesakes: Boris Pasternak, Soviet writer.
BoriskaFinnish dialectal pet form of Boris
BoriskoFinnish dialectal pet form of Boris
BörjeSwedish younger form of Byrie Mountain
BorysFrom the Valley of the Boar Maybe Wolf
BotvidOld Swedish variant and younger form of Botvidh
BrandonHill Covered With Broom Beacon Hill Sword Broom Covered Hill Gorse Hill English name, meaning: Gorse Hill Variant of Brendan (meaning Prince). Particularly common in the United States.
BrianHonorable Strength High Noble Virtuous Hill Hill Place Brave
BritSpotted Freckled Swedish short form of Birgit and Birgitta (meaning: the sublime). Namesake: Britt Ekland, Swedish actress.
BrittA Place Name The Exalted One
BrittenStrength Power Strong Willed Strong Man of God To Help The Exalted One The High One Saint
BrokiFinlandswedish pet form of Bror
BrorA Small Stream Near the Stream or Brook From the Stream Near the Hollow From the Western Stream A Small Fresh Water Stream Water North German name, probably short for Broder (Meaning: brother).
BrunoBird Variant of Byrd Like a Bird Unusual Nature Name Brown
BruunoFinnish spelling of Bruno
BryanHonorable Form of Brian Strength Noble Virtuous Hill Variant of Brian (meaning: hill, the Exalted). Namesakes: Bryan Adams, Canadian musician.
BrynolfSwedish younger form of Brynjulf
BryynoFinnish form of Brynolf
BurtonFrom the Fortified Town Place Name Bright Settlement Fortified Enclosure Fortress
BusterFrom the Fortified Town Place Name Bright Settlement Glorious Ruler Bright Raven
ByronPlace Of The Cow Sheds Place Name Barn for Cows From the Cottage At the Cattle Sheds Bear English name, meaning: barn, sheds, similar to a surname. Known by the British poet George Gordon Byron (Lord Byron).