For that brilliant, brawny, bashful, or boisterous little baby-to-be, we have the perfect boy names that start with the letter B.
In the Bible, Benjamin is the youngest son of Jacob and one of the founders of the twelve tribes of Isreal. It is still considered... Read More
Brandon has been a boy name favorite for the past several decades. It hit its peak in popularity in the early 90s, perhaps... Read More
This Celtic name is widespread in Ireland, partially due to the renown of Brian Boru, a high king and great national hero... Read More
French: Surname since medieval times; Robert de Bruce, a knight from Normandy, followed William the Conqueror to England. His descendants...
A sweetheart of a name infused with loads of southern charm, Beau is short, sweet and popular—but not too popular. Read More
English: Broad; a nickname for Bradley and other names beginning with Brad-.
Let's call a spade a spade: Blaze sounds like a name some celebrity names their kid in order to garner the most attention... Read More
English: Brit, a person from Britain or Brittany; derived from a French surname of that meaning, but co-opted by English as a first...
A modern spin on more common Irish boys' names like Brian or Brandon, Brennan means either "little raven" or "descendent... Read More
A posh, British name that's not as stuffy sounding as Benedict and not as overused as Benjamin, Bennett is a boy's name... Read More
English: From the broad meadow; a surname adapted to widespread first name use
Besides the obvious reference to the giant non-traditional family of the 80s, the Brady Bunch, Brady has blossomed to become... Read More
Bryson is one of those names that seemingly appeared out of nowhere and has just rocketed its way to the top. Literally meaning... Read More
Irish: From the muddy place; a castle in Scotland
Scottish: Reference to Castle Brodie in Scotland.
English: From the meadow of coarse or bent grass
English: Black or white
Scottish: Dark; dark-haired. Can also mean the reverse: fair; pale. Blakeman
Celtic: Popular variant of Brian
English: Popular variant of Brian
English: Familiar form of Robert, also a nickname for British policemen
Rian may be the king, but Brenden is the prince (and there's a lot more of them!). This Irish name is pretty popular, considering... Read More
This Sanskrit name has actually made quite a mark in America. It's exotic and cool, and the meaning—it relates to the Buddhist... Read More
English: The cattle herder or from the cow sheds
Teutonic: From the cottage