of Names - B
The "B" names may be boisterous, brash, bold or brazen.
They are anything but, boring. The meaning of names in the "B"
category are meant to embolden parents in choosing an appropriate
baby moniker for their baby-to-be and to inform adults as to what
exactly their title tag means.
Remember, that this is a humor site, so the meaning of
names in this section are supposed to be funny or at the
very least, fun.
Though some may not find the humor in the meaning of names
we have listed in the "B" section, they give us
a chuckle and we would like to share this bit of nonsense
with you as well. So, take heart, and harken yourself to
the enlightenment that can be found here. Or not.
Meaning of Names That Begin with "B"
Babar - one who has elephantitis.
Bailey - means "one who slacks and avoids work at all costs".
Baldo - one who will never have hair.
Baldwin - from the Croatian word "Shiny top".
Bambi - derived from the Spanish variation of "deer in the
Baptiste - southern name corresponding to "Hallelujah!"
Barak - defined as "political racehorse with a liberal jockey".
Barack - the sound a pirate's parrot makes
Barbara - from the Greek, "diva singer who hasn't made a movie
Barbie - Australian word meaning, "Throw a shrimp on, will
Barclay - from the Basketballian subculture defined as "Sir
Barnabas - variant of the Pig Latin version of barnacle.
Barnaby - means "investigator" in Ethiopian.
Barney - See Betty
Barry - from the Egyptian word meaning "to dig".
Bart - Simpson
Bartholomew - means "son of a gun" in Texan.
Basil - closely related to Spice Girls lingo, and a variant of
Tasmanian, meaning "Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme".
Baxter - means "upchuck" in the groundhog vernacular.
Bea - implication of derivation from the African vernacular for
Beatch - from the Old English "queen insect who asserts herself
Beatrice - smart aleck wench in Irish.
Beau - Cherokee word for "straight arrow".
Beaumont - means a "mountain full of bows" in Arapaho.
Beauregard - third derivation meaning "having regard for bows"
Beavis - means "Butthead" in orangutan.
Becky - short form of Becky Sue.
Beelzebub - means "Devil may care flying fool" in Cartoonville.
Belinda - means "one who wants to be Linda".
Ben - short for Benihana.
Benedict - from the ancient Roman breakfast food or "Pope
Benjamin - derived from the ancient Mesopotamian word for "Franklin
Benji - dog
Benson - variation, derivation and sublimation of "butler".
Bentley - car that is too expensive for you.
Bernadette - recovered from the Peters morgue and assigned a little
known nuance of "pithiness".
Bernard - means "saintly one who like to drink".
Bertha - old Hungarian word meaning "One of the Butt sisters".
Bethany - defined as "house of vomit" in Hebrew.
Betsy - one who mends flags.
Betty - see Barney
Bill - from the Middle English "You have to pay".
Bishop - defined as "one who is but a pawn in the game of
Bjorn - one who is to be wild.
Blair - from the Gaelic "Playing music too loudly".
Bob - "Good swimmer" in Russian.
Bonnie - one who lies over the ocean.
Boris - from the Ukrainian word meaning "Badenov".
Bradley - taken from the Portuguese word for "toilet cleanser".
Brandy - fine whine, what a good wife she would be.
Brian - dyslexic for brain.
Bridgette - derive from "Over troubled waters" in Garfunklonian.
Brittany - means "one who shaves head and goes into rehab".
Brock - parrot clearing his throat.
Brook - babbler
Brutus - synonymous with Judas, means "Back stabber"
in 37 different languages.
Buck - defined as "passing oneself off".
Burt - from the Pig Latin derivation meaning "Ernie".
Byron - Lord of the Belly Button.