Gender Neutral Names Starting With B | Baby Names Meaning | Kidadl
For Parents

Gender Neutral Names Starting With B

Whether you’re looking for a name for your child, a new pet, or even a character in a story you’re writing, there are tons of ideas out there. We’ve compiled helpful guides of names and their meanings to inspire you, from A-Z lists to country-specific names and everything in between. Perhaps you want to find a name that aligns with your cultural heritage, you want to uncover the meaning of your family name, or maybe you want all your children to have names on a specific theme — whatever you’re looking for, we have hundreds of lists of names for any gender, style or language. Whether you want a name that’s unique or popular, traditional or modern, short or long; the perfect name for you is just a few clicks away.
;

Origin:  

Hebrew

Description:  

The meaning of Baara is 'flame'. It is a name typically given to girls and is of Hebrew origin. It comes from the word 'ba'ar' which means 'to consume' or 'to clean out'. The name was mentioned in the Bible as one of the three wives of Shaharaim....

Origin:  

African

Description:  

Baba is a name with African origins. The meaning of Baba is 'baby' and 'a spiritual man', but also 'someone who is born on a Thursday'. According to Indian tradition, a young man can also be affectionately nicknamed Baba. In some parts of India, people also call their fathers or grandfathers 'baba'...

Origin:  

Persian

Description:  

The name Baback is of Persian origin. The meaning of Baback is ‘young father'. It is traditionally a boy's name. It was derived from the name of the father of Ardashir who was believed to be the founder of the Sassanid emperor in erstwhile Persia. The more common spelling of the name is Babak and ...

Origin:  

Persian

Description:  

The name Babar is of Pashto and Persian origin. The meaning of Babar is 'Lion or king of the jungle. Babar is also written variously as Baber, Babur, and Babor. It is typically pronounced similarly to the Persian word 'babr', which means 'tiger'. The general name of the animal, 'Nimr' (Arabic: Namir...

Get inspiration for education!

Subscribe for virtual tools, STEM-inspired play, creative tips and more