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Biblical NameMeaning or HistoryGender
Bashemath (Basmat, Bosmat)
The name "Bashemath" seems to be derived from the word "בושׂם" (bosem, "perfume"). The Biblical pronunciation is "Basmat"; today, it is often pronounced "Bosmat".Female
Bath-Sheba (Bat-Sheva)
Literally, the meaning of the name is "seven-year old (girl)", but following the etymology of the city name Be'er-Sheva, the name Bat-Sheva can be understood as "(a woman) of oath" (see Genesis 26, 31-33).Female
Beeri (Be'eri)
There are two people in the Bible called Beeri. One of them is the father of the prophet Hosea.Male
Boy, son, child.Male
Benaiah (Bnaya)
There are several people in the Bible called Benaiah. One of them was one of the heros of King David.Male
Benammi (Ben-Ammi, Ben-Ami)
Member of my people.Male
Benjamin (Binyamin)
The youngest son of Jacob and Rachel.Male
Bezaleel (Betsalel, Betsal’el)
The name "Bezaleel" seems to mean "in the shadow (בצל, be-tsel) of God (אל, el)".Male
Bilhah (Bilha)
Bilhah was Rachel's maid and Jacob's mistress.Female
Bithyah (Bitya)
Bithyah was the daughter of Pharaoh.Female
Boaz (Bo'az)
בֹּעַז (בועז)
The second husband of Ruth the Moabitess. The father of King David's grandfather.Male
Bracha (Berachah)
A girl’s name (in the Bible: a boy’s name). greeting, wish; prayer; blessing.Female
Bukki (Buki)
בֻּקִּי (בוקי)
There are two men in the Bible called Bukki. One of them is an offspring of Aaron the priest.FemaleMale

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