Submitted Names Starting with B

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f Portuguese
Diminutive of BÁRBARA.
m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 伯 (bá) meaning "paternal uncle, father's older brother".
BAAITSE m & f Tswana
Means "they know" in Setswana.
Means "they thought" in Setswana.
BAAKANYANG m & f Tswana
Means "mend, repair" in Setswana.
Meaning "Risen Sun".
BAALAARK m Kannada
Meaning "Rising Sun".
BAANA m Biblical
Means "son of affliction". In the Bible, this is the name of two of Solomon's purveyors, as well as the father of ZADOK.
BAANAH m Biblical
Variant of BAANA.
BAARA f Biblical Hebrew
Baara was one of the three wives of SHAHARAIM, according to 1 Chronicles 8:8.
BÅÅˊRES m Sami (Skolt)
Skolt Sami form of BORIS.
BAART m West Frisian
West Frisian form of BERT.
BAASA m Yakut
Yakut form of VASYA.
BAASAN m & f Mongolian
Means "Friday" or "Venus" in Mongolian.
BAATAR m Mongolian, Kalmyk
Means "hero, knight" in Mongolian.
Means "heroic stone" in Mongolian.
Means "heroic happiness" in Mongolian.
BAATYR m Kyrgyz, Yakut (Rare)
Kyrgyz and Yakut form of BATUR.
Combination of BAATYR with the Turkish military title beg meaning "chieftain, master".
BAB f Medieval English
Diminutive of BARBARA.
BABA m Russian
Means "grandmother" in Russian.
BABA m & f Madí
Meaning unknown. Jamamadí language is spoken in Acre and Amazonas State in Brazil.
BABÁ f Portuguese
Diminutive of BARBARA and SEBASTIÃO.
BABACAR m Western African
Form of ABU BAKR used in parts of western Africa.
BABAIKO m Russian
Diminutive of BABA.
BABAJAN m Armenian (Rare)
Means " soul, friendly" in Armenian. Until the end of the last century, it was a rather common name, but it is still being forgotten, but Babajanyan’s surname is still preserved.
BABAKHA m Russian
Diminutive of BABA.
BABATHA f Ancient Aramaic
Babatha is the name of a Jewish woman who owned land near Petra (modern Jordan) and En-Gedi (modern Israel) in the 2nd century AD. Because her personal documents were preserved, much of her personal life is known today.
BABATOPE m & f Yoruba
A responsible father.
BABAWAR m & f Indigenous Australian
Meaning unknown.... [more]
BABBEN f Norwegian, Swedish
A diminutive of BARBRO.
BABBIE f Scots
Diminutive of BARBARA.
BABBY f English (Rare)
Diminutive of BARBARA.
BABE f & m English (Rare)
Diminutive of BARBARA, as in the case of American socialite Babe Paley (1915-1978).
BABEL f Luxembourgish (Archaic)
Vernacular diminutive of BARBARA.
BABÉR f Hungarian (Modern, Rare)
Directly taken from Hungarian babér "laurel".
BABET f Dutch
Dutch form of BABETTE.
BABETA f Czech (Rare), Slovak
Czech and Slovak form of BABETTE.
BABETT f Hungarian, German (Rare), Luxembourgish
Hungarian form, German variant and Luxembourgish vernacular form of BABETTE. Babett Peter is a football player who had 118 appearances in the German national team winning among other titles the 2007 FIFA Wolrd Cup.
BABÈU f Gascon
Diminutive of ISABÈU.
BABHRU m & f Indian
Indian unisex name also written as Babhrú (बभ्रु), masculine and sometimes feminine, or Babhrū (बभ्रू), which is purely feminine, meaning "reddish-brown, tawny".
MEANING : brown haired lady. Here बभ्रु means brown + लोम्नी means hair (of female )... [more]
BABI f Portuguese
Diminutive of BARBARA.
BABI m & f Indian
BABIÁNA f Hungarian
Diminutive of BARBARA, meaning "foreign woman".
BABIE f & m English (Rare)
Diminutive of BARBARA.
BABIK m Romani
Of unknown meaning.... [more]
BABIKER m Northern African, Arabic
Sudanese name possibly derived from the given name BAKR or from Arabic بَكَرَ (bakara) meaning "first born" or "to be early, to rise early".
BABIL m Catalan
Diminutive of BABILÀS.
BABILA m Italian
Italian form of BABYLAS.
BABILÀS m Catalan
Catalanh form of BABYLAS.
BABIOLE f Literature
Means "bauble" or "trinket" in French. According to the French fairytale, Babiole is the daughter of a queen. The fairy Fanfreluche tricks the queen into turning her daughter into a monkey.
BƏBIR m Azerbaijani (Rare)
Derived from the Azerbaijani noun bəbir meaning "leopard". As such, this name could be considered to be the Azerbaijani form of BABUR.... [more]
BABIR m Azerbaijani (Rare), Kazakh (Rare)
Azerbaijani and Kazakh form of BABUR.
BABITA f Hungarian (Rare)
Originally a diminutive of BARBARA, used as a given name in its own right.
BABNEK m Russian
Diminutive of BABO.
BABNOUDA m Coptic (Arabized), Arabic
Arabized form of the Sahidic Coptic name PAPNOUTE.
BABO m Russian
Means "grandmother" in Russian.
BABOCHKA f Russian
Means "butterfly" in Russian.
BABOLA m Russian
Means "grandmother" in Russian.
BABOSHA m Russian
Means "grandmother" in Russian.
BABRA f Pakistani
Pakistani film actress Babra Sharif is a famous bearer.
BABSI f German (Modern), English (Modern)
Short and familiar form of BARBARA.
BABSIE f South African
Short and familiar form of BARBARA.
BABSY f English (Modern)
Short and familiar form of BARBARA.
BABURAM m Nepali
Meaning "Leader of the Rebellion". Referring to Lord Ram.
BABURBEK m Kazakh (Rare), Kyrgyz (Rare), Uzbek (Rare)
Combination of BABUR with the Turkish military title beg meaning "chieftain, master".... [more]
BABÜRŞAH m Turkish
BABÜR, combined with a Perso-Turkic royal title, şah meaning "shah". As a whole, it means "shah as strong as a tiger". This was the nickname of Zahir ud-Din Muhammad, the 16th-century founder of the Mughal Empire in India.
BABUSI m Tswana
Means "leaders" in Setswana.
BABY f English (American)
From babi, "infant of either sex," diminutive of babe (see babe) with -y (3). Meaning "childish adult person" is from c. 1600. Meaning "youngest of a group" is by 1897.
BABYLON f Biblical
In Babylonian the name Bab–ilu (Babel, or Babylon) meant “gate of the gods,” but the Hebrews derogatorily associated it with balal, a word in their language meaning “to confuse” (Gen. 11:9)... [more]
BABYLYN f Filipino
Combination of BABY and the popular suffix -lyn.
BẮC m Vietnamese
Means "north" in Vietnamese.
BẠC m & f Vietnamese
Means "silver" in Vietnamese.
BACCEVA f Judeo-French, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-French and Judeo-Anglo-Norman form of BATSHEVA.
BACCHO f Greek Mythology
Derived from BACCHUS, this was the name of one of the Hyades.
BACCIO m Medieval Italian (Tuscan)
Diminutive of names that end in -accio which is preceded by a "B sound", such as Bartolomeaccio, Bartolaccio, Iacobaccio, Bindaccio or FORTEBRACCIO.
BACCO m Italian
Italian form of BACCHUS.
BACCU m Sicilian
Sicilian form of BACCO.
BACGA m Anglo-Saxon
Unknown origin. Perhaps related to BUCGE
BACHA m Russian
Means "beauty" in Russian.
BACHA m Georgian (Rare)
Short form of BACHANA, but it can also be an independent name in its own right, in which case the name is directly derived from the Persian noun بچه (bačče) meaning "child".
BACHANA m Georgian
Derived from an old Georgian word that means "obedient, submissive, docile", which itself is ultimately derived from the Persian noun بچه (bačče) meaning "child".
BACHI m Georgian
Diminutive of BACHA and BACHANA.
BACHIR m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Alternate transcription of BASHIR chiefly used in Northern Africa.
BACHISIA f Sardinian
Feminine form of BACHISIO.
BACHISIO m Sardinian
Of unknown origin and meaning. Theories include a corruption of BACCO.
BACHO m Georgian
Diminutive of BACHA and BACHANA.
BÀ CHÚA XỨ f Far Eastern Mythology
The name of a Vietnamese goddess of business, health and the Vietnamese border. Her name is derived from bà chúa meaning "lady, a woman of wealth and luxury" and xứ meaning "country".
BACHUKI m Georgian
Diminutive of BACHA and BACHANA.
BACIGÜL f Azerbaijani
From the Azerbaijani bacı meaning "sister" and gül meaning "flower, rose".
BACINUR f Azerbaijani
Derived from the Azerbaijani bacı meaning "sister" and the Arabic نور (nur) meaning "light".
BACKO f & m Indigenous Australian
Meaning unknown (from a language possibly spoken near Townsville, Queensland in the south-easthern Australia).... [more]
BACO m Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of BACCHUS.
BADA f & m Korean (Modern)
From native Korean 바다 (bada) meaning "sea, ocean."
BADA m & f Madí
Meaning unknown. Jamamadí language is spoken in Acre and Amazonas State in Brazil.
BADAL m Indian
BADAM m Pashto
Means "almond" in Pashto.
BADAMGÜL f Azerbaijani
From the Azerbaijani badam meaning "almond" and gül meaning "flower, rose".
BADAMLYANHUA f Mongolian (Rare, Archaic)
Means "lotus, water lily" in Mongolian.
BADANA f Yiddish
Variant of BODHANA.
BADANNA f Yiddish
This is a Yiddish form of THEODORA.
BADAR m & f Arabic, Urdu
Alternate transcription of BADR.
Means "jujube fruit" in Odia.
BADB f Irish Mythology, Irish
Means "crow, demon" in early Irish (and may have originally denoted "battle" or "strife"). In Irish myth the Badb was a war goddess who took the form of a crow. She and her sisters, the Morrígan and MACHA, were a trinity of war goddesses known collectively as the Morrígna.
BADE f Turkish
Means "wine, drink", from Persian bâde (باده) "wine".
BADE m Nigerian
The use of the name in Nigeria is likely due to the Bade Emirate, a traditional state in Yobe State, Nigeria, the home of the Bade people.
BADE m & f Indian (Muslim), Hindi
Likely a variant of BADR. It also means "big, older" in Hindi.
BADEEY m Yakut
Derived from the name of a folk Yakut hero who was the first leader of the Kangalassky Yakuts.
BADEGISEL m Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element bald "brave, bold" (commonly reduced to bad or baud when Latinized) or possibly Celto-Germanic badu "battle", combined with gisel "hostage" or "pledge" (ge- "co-" + the root of "sell" in the sense of "give"—thus something or someone given in exchange).
BÂDEGÜL f Turkish
Derived from Turkish bâde meaning "almond" and gül meaning "rose".
BADEM m Bosnian (Rare)
Means "almond" in Bosnian.
BADEMA f Bosnian
Feminine form of BADEM.
BADEME f Albanian
From the Turkish bâde meaning "almond".
BÄĐER f Bashkir
Bashkir form of BADR.
BADER m Arabic
Means "full moon" in Arabic.
BADERIC m Ancient Germanic, History
Means "powerful battle", derived from the Germanic elements badu "battle" and rîcja "powerful, strong, mighty." The second element is also closely related to Celtic rîg or rix and Gothic reiks, which all mean "king, ruler." Baderic was a 6th-century co-king of the Thuringii, a Germanic tribe.
German form of BADERIC.
Dutch form of BADERIC.
BADHILD f Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element badu "battle" combined with Old Norse hildr "battle."
BADHL f Medieval Arabic (Moorish)
Means "gift" in Arabic.
BADI m Arabic
Means "a wonderful man" in Arabic.
BADI'A f Muslim
Means "unique, admirable".
BADIA f Uzbek
Means "artistic creation" in Uzbek.
Means "let them speak among themselves" in Luba-Kasai.
Derived from badia meaning "artistic creation" and peri meaning "fairy".
BADIGWALA m & f Kassena
Means "they have defeated the slave raider" in Kasem.
BADIHA f Uzbek
Means "impromptu verse, musical performance" in Uzbek.
BADINABI f Central African, Luba
Means "they have riches" in Luba-Kasai.
BADIS m Berber (Rare)
The meaning of this name is unknown but several kings had this name.
BADISCHTE m German (Swiss)
Alemannic German form of BAPTISTE.
BA'DIYA f Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek ba'd meaning "heart, soul".
BADMA m & f Buryat, Kalmyk
Buryat and Kalmyk form of PADMA.
Means "protected by lotus" in Buryat.
BADO m Old High German, Ancient Germanic
Old High German form of BAÐI.
BADRA m & f Western African, Arabic
Possibly a variant of BADR.
BADR AL-DIN m Arabic
From Arabic بدر (badr) meaning "full moon" and دين (din) meaning "religion, faith".
BADRI f Persian
Meaning unknown.
BADRIKO m Georgian (Rare)
Diminutive of BADRI.
BADRIYYAH f Muslim (Rare)
Apparently a strictly feminine form of BADR.
BADRODIN m Filipino, Maguindanao, Indonesian (Rare)
Maguindanao and Indonesian form of BADR AL-DIN.
BADROULBADOUR f Literature, Folklore
From Arabic بدر البدور‎ (Badr ul-Budūr) meaning "full moon of full moons" (see also BUDUR). This is the name of the princess in the Middle Eastern fairy tale 'Aladdin', one of the tales in the 'Arabian Nights'.
BADRUDDIN m Arabic, Urdu, Bengali, Malay, Indonesian
Arabic alternate transcription of BADR AL-DIN as well as the Urdu, Bengali, Malay, and Indonesian form.
BADRUDIN m Indonesian, Filipino, Maguindanao
Indonesian and Maguindanao form of BADR AL-DIN.
BADRUL m Arabic, Bengali, Malay, Indonesian
First part of compound Arabic names beginning with بدر ال (Badr al) meaning "full moon of the" (such as BADR AL-DIN).
The name of a Mughal princess meaning "full moon amongst women".
BADUHENNA f Germanic Mythology
Baduhenna was a minor goddess worshipped in ancient Frisia. According to Tacitus, a sacred grove was dedicated to her near which 900 Roman soldiers were killed in 28 CE. Her name is likely derived from Proto-Germanic *badwa- "battle" and -henna, a name element which appears in the names of matrons, Germanic goddesses widely attested from the 1st to 5th century CE on votive stones and votive altars.
Means "believe" in Setswana.
Means "tenth born" in Akan.
The first element of this name is derived from Polish bądź, which is the second-person singular imperative form of the verb być "to be". The second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace"... [more]
Feminine form of BĄDZISŁAW.
Derived from będzie meaning "will be, going to" and sława meaning "fame, glory".
BAE f & m Korean
Means ''inspiration''. Can be used as standalone name.
BAEDDAN m Welsh Mythology
In the medieval Welsh tale 'Culhwch and Olwen' this name belongs to the father of Maelwys, one of Arthur's warriors.
BÆGLIR m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse name deriving from a verb related to Nynorsk begla meaning "to hinder, to stand in someone's way" or a noun related to Nynorsk begla meaning "contrary, sullen, obstinate person".
BÆILIR m Ancient Scandinavian
Probably an Old Norse variant of BÆGLIR.
BAEK-HAN m Korean (Modern)
A character in Korean Drama "Vampire Flower
BAEK-HO m Korean
From Sino-Korean 白虎 (baek-ho), referring to a white tiger, also one of the Four Symbols of the Chinese constellations which represents the west and the autumn season. This makes it cognate with Japanese Byakko.... [more]
From Sino-Korean 伯 "older brother" and 賢 "virtuous, worthy, good".
BÆLDÆG m Anglo-Saxon Mythology
Anglo-Saxon equivalent of BALDER. Made up of the Old English elements bæl, of disputed origin, and dæg, meaning "day." ‘The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle,’ written after the Christianization of the Anglo-Saxons, treats him as a historical figure, listing him among the legendary ancestors of the kings of Bernicia and Wessex.
BÆNADIKT m Faroese
Faroese form of BENEDIKT.
BÆRON m Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
Icelandic adoption of BYRON.
Derived from Zulu abafana, the plural form of umfana, meaning "boy, young man."
BAFISKE f Tumbuka
Means "let them do as they please" in Tumbuka.
BAFTIR m Albanian
From the archaic Albanian baft meaning "luck, fate".
BÁFURR m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Meaning unknown. This is the name of a dwarf in Norse mythology.
BAGALA f Hindi, Indian
From Hindi बगला (bagala) meaning "heron".
BAGAMÉR m Hungarian
Hungarian form of BOGUMIR.
BAĞÇA f Azerbaijani
Means "flower garden" in Azerbaijani.
BAGDEMAGUS m Arthurian Romance
Meaning unknown. In Arthurian legend, Bagdemagus is the king of Gorre, a Knight of the Round Table and the father of MALEAGANT.
Means "brave warrior" in Khazar.
From Arabic bahjat meaning "delight, joy".
BAGHEERA m Literature
Bagheera is a black panther (black Indian leopard) who is a fictional character in Rudyard Kipling's Mowgli stories in The Jungle Book (coll. 1894) and The Second Jungle Book (coll. 1895). The word Bagh (बाघ) means tiger in Hindi.
BAGHER m Persian
Persian form of BAQIR.
Means "light rain" in Arabic.
BAGIDA f Tatar
Means "long-lived" in Tatar.
BAGITA f Hungarian
Traditional diminutive of MAGDOLNA.
BÄĞIZ m Bashkir
Means "mentor" in Bashkir.
BAGJA m Sundanese
Means "happy" in Sundanese.
BAGLEN m Welsh
From St. Baglen.
BAGOES m Indonesian
Older spelling of BAGUS based on Dutch orthography.
BAGOK m Kurdish
Derived from Kurdish bager meaning "whirlwind".
BAGRAȚ m Abkhaz
Abkhaz variant of BAGRAT.
BAGRATIK m Armenian (Rare)
Armenian diminutive of BAGRAT.
BAGRYAN m Bulgarian
Possibly from the old Slavic term bãgrъ (bagr') meaning "red, crimson".
BAGRYANA f Bulgarian
Feminine form of BAGRYAN.
Meaning Unknown.
BAGUNGUS m Arthurian Romance (Archaic)
Meaning unknown. An extremely rare figure in Arthurian legend, Bagungus only appears in the earliest transcriptions of the works of Laghamon, from about 1190, and due to its rarity is thought by some to be a corruption of the name BAGDEMAGUS.
BAGWIS m Filipino, Tagalog
Means "soft wing feather (of a bird)" in Tagalog.
BAHAAR f African
An African girl's name derived from "Bahar", meaning "Spring"
BAHADOR m Persian
Alternate transcription of BAHADUR.
BAHANDI m & f Cebuano (Rare)
Means "wealth, riches" in Cebuano.
BƏHƏR f Azerbaijani
Azerbaijani form of BAHAR.
BAHARAK f Persian
Means "small spring" in Persian, derived from Persian بهار (bahâr) meaning "spring, blossom" (see BAHAR).
BAHAREH f Persian
Variant of BAHAR.
BAHARI f & m Swahili
Means "sea" or "ocean" in Swahili.
BAHARUDDIN m Indonesian, Malay
Indonesian and Malay form of Bahr al-Din.
BAHATI f & m Eastern African
Means "luck, good fortune" in Swahili.
BAHDANA f Belarusian
Belarusian form of BOGDANA.
BAHDAŠ m Belarusian
Diminutive of BAHDAN.
BAHEE f Manx
Of very uncertain origin and meaning. Folk etymology, however, seems to connect this name to both MARGARET and BIDDY.
BAHELWANG m & f Tswana
Means "why give them?" in Setswana.
BAHER f Arabic
Bahr - means samandar -sea... [more]
BAHIJAH f Arabic, Malay
Variant transcription of BAHIJA.
BAHIR m Arabic
Means "brilliant" in Arabic.
BAHIRA f Arabic (Rare)
Feminine form of BAHIR.
BAHIRAH f Arabic, Malay, Indonesian
Arabic variant transcription of BAHIRA as well as the usual Malay and Indonesian form.
BAHIRE f Albanian
Albanian form of BAHIRA.
Means "brilliant, beautiful, radiant" in Arabic.
BAHÍYYIH f Persian
Persian form of BAHIYYA or Behiye. This name was borne by a member the Bahá'í holy family: Bahíyyih Khánum (1846-1932), the only daughter the Bahá'í Faith's founder, Bahá'u'lláh.
BAHJA f Medieval Arabic (Moorish)
Means "beauty" in Arabic.
BAHO m Bosnian
Short for of BAHTIJAR.
Uzbek form of BAHADUR.
Derived from bahodir meaning "hero".
Tajik form of BAHADUR.
BAHORA f Uzbek
Uzbek form of BAHAR.
Derived from the Uzbek bahor meaning "spring" and jamol meaning "beauty".
Derived from the Uzbek bahor meaning "spring" and oy meaning "moon".
BAHOZ m Kurdish
Derived from Kurdish ba meaning "storm".
BAHRA f Uzbek
Means "gain, advantage" or "pleasure, delight" in Uzbek.
BAHRADIN m Arabic (Rare)
Derived from Arabic Bahr al-Din, which means "sea of religion", itself derived from Arabic بَحْر (bahr) "sea, ocean" combined with Arabic دين (din) "religion, faith".
From the Uzbek bahra meaning "profit, gain" or "pleasure" and gul meaning "flower".
Means "fortunate" in Pashto.
BAHRI m Arabic, Turkish, Indonesian, Albanian
Means "maritime, nautical, marine" in Arabic, a derivative of بحر (bahr) meaning "sea".
BAHRIJE f Albanian
Etymology uncertain.
BAHRIN f Uzbek
Means "peregrine falcon" in Uzbek.
Possibly derived from bahr meaning "sea, ocean".
BAHRU m Amharic
Means "the sea" in Amharic.
BAHRUDIN m Bosnian
Bosnian form of Bahr ud-Din, which is a variant transcription of Bahr al-Din (see BAHRADIN).... [more]
BƏHRUZ m Azerbaijani
Azerbaijani form of BEHRUZ.
BAHTA m Tigrinya
Meaning unknown.
BAHTA f Bosnian (Rare)
Feminine form of BAHTIJAR.
BAHTIAR m Indonesian
Indonesian form of BAKHTIAR.
BAHTIJA m Bosnian
Variant of BAHTIJAR.
BAHTIJAR m Bosnian
Bosnian form of BAKHTIAR.
BAHTIJE f Albanian
Derived from Persian بخت (baxt) meaning "fortune, prosperity, luck".
BAHTIŞEN f Turkish
Derived from Turkish baht meaning "luck, fortune" and şen meaning "merry".
BAHTJAR m Bosnian
Variant of BAHTIJAR.
BAHTO m Bosnian (Rare)
Short form of BAHTIJAR.
BAHULA f Hindi
Means "plenty of stars" in Hindi.
BAHUMIL m Belarusian
Belarusian form of BOGOMIL.
BAHUSLAU m Belarusian
Belarusian form of BOGUSLAV.
BAHUSLAVA f Belarusian
Belarusian feminine form of BOGUSLAV.
BAIA f Basque (Rare)
Taken from the name of a Basque river that has its source in Gorbeia and flows into the Ebro.... [more]
BAIA f Galician (Rare)
Galician variant of OLALLA.
BAIA f & m Georgian
Derived from ბაია (baia), which is the Georgian name for the buttercup flower or really any flowering plant from the Ranunculus genus.... [more]
BAIAME m Indigenous Australian Mythology
In many Indigenous Australian cultures, Baiame was the creator god.
BAIARDO m Italian
Italian form of BAYARD.
BAIBA f Latvian
Originally a diminutive of BARBARA (via another diminutive, Barba), used as a given name in its own right.
BAIBOL m Russian
Means "speak of pain" in Russian.
BAIDEHI f Gujarati
From Lord Sita.
BAIDIK m Russian
Means "speak praise" in Russian.
BAIGNU m Sardinian
Variant of GAVINU.
BAIGUSHA f Mordvin
Means "a drop, droplet" in Erzya.
BAIHÉ f Chinese
From Chinese 百合 (bǎihé) meaning "lily". Other character combinations can form this name as well.
BÁI-HǓ m & f Astronomy
Bái-Hǔ is a Xiang (象) one of the Four Symbols that include all the constellation of the Chinese System. Bái-Hǔ is known as The White Tiger of the West and is a mythological spirit creature linked with the west, the left and the fall/autumn season.
Variant of BEIJAERT.
Name from the Baijanthi Flower.
BAIKA f Japanese
From Japanese 梅花 (baika) meaning "plum blossom".
BAIKO f & m Georgian
Diminutive of BAIA. This name is most commonly used on women.