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Names starting with Bl

Blandina - Chamoru name meaning"blond." 
Blodwedd - Variant spelling of Welsh Blodeuwedd, meaning "wild feminine (spirit)."
Blanca - Spanish form of French Blanche, meaning "white."
Blume - Variant form of Yiddish Bluma, meaning "flower."
Blondie - English byname transferred to forename use, meaning "blonde."
Blodwen - Welsh name meaning "white flower." 
Blanid - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Bláthnat, meaning "little flower."
Blažej - Czech form of Latin Blasius, meaning "talks with a lisp."
Bliss - Old English unisex name derived from the word bliss, meaning"joy; happiness." 
Blaise - French form of Roman Latin Blasius, meaning "talks with a lisp." 
Blerta - Albanian name derived from the word blertë, meaning "green."
Blerim - Albanian name meaning "verdure; greenery."
Blessing - Old English name meaning"consecration."
Blanche - French name meaning"white." 
Blodeuedd - Welsh myth name, derived from the word blawd, meaning "flowers." In the Mabinogi, this is the name of a woman made from flowers who was the lover of Goronwy. After she killed her husband and was transformed into an owl, her name was changed to Blodeuwedd. 
Blanch - English variant spelling of French Blanche, meaning "white."
Blanka - Czech and Polish form of French Blanche, meaning "white."
Blanda - English name derived from Latin blanda, meaning"cherishing." 
Blair - Scottish unisex name derived from any of a number of places in Scotland called Blair, derived from the Gaelic word blàr, meaning "field, plain," most often referring to a "battlefield." 
Bláithín - Irish name derived from the Gaelic word blath "flower" with added diminutive suffix, meaning "little flower."
Blerina - Variant form of Albanian Blerta, meaning "green." 
Bláthnat - Irish Gaelic name meaning "little flower." In mythology, this is the name of a maiden who loved Cúchulainn, the hero of Ulster. 
Bláthnaid - Variant form of Irish Gaelic Bláthnat, meaning "little flower."
Bláán - Scottish name composed of Gaelic blá "yellow" and a diminutive suffix, hence "little yellow one."
Blaž - Slovene form of Latin Blasius, meaning "talks with a lisp."
Blake - Old English byname for a person having unusually dark or light hair or skin. It later became a surname then a popular forename. It comes from two Old English words: 1) bl�c "black," and, 2) blāc "white." It can therefore mean either "black" or "white." 
Blodeuyn - Welsh name derived from the word blawd, meaning "flower."
Blancheflor - Old French and Middle English form of French Blancheflour, meaning"white flower."
Blaine - Variant spelling of English Blain, meaning "little yellow one."
Blain - English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the old Scottish Gaelic personal name Bláán, meaning "little yellow one."
Blaize - English variant spelling of French Blaise, meaning "talks with a lisp."
Blaze - Variant spelling of English Blaize, meaning "talks with a lisp." 
Blossom - 19th century pet name derived from Old English blōstm, meaning "flowers on a fruit-tree (or ornamental tree)."
Blodeuwedd - Welsh myth name, derived from proto-Celtic *blāto-weid-ā meaning "wild feminine (spirit)." In the Mabinogi, this is the name of a woman made from flowers who was the lover of Goronwy. This is the name of Blodeuedd after she killed her husband and was transformed into an owl.
Bluma - Yiddish name meaning "flower." Also spelled Blume.
Blas - Spanish form of Latin Blasius, meaning "talks with a lisp."
Blasios -  Greek form of Roman Latin Blasius, meaning "talks with a lisp."
Blythe - Old English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the word blīðe, meaning "cheerful, happy."
Blejan - Cornish name meaning "flower."
Blasius - Roman name derived from Latin blaesus, "lisping," hence "talks with a lisp."
Blagoja - Macedonian name meaning "gentle."
Blaanid - Manx form of Irish Gaelic Bláithín, meaning "little flower."
Bluebell - American flower name popularin the 19th century, but rarely used today.
Blair - Scottish unisex name derived from any of a number of places in Scotland called Blair, derived from the Gaelic word blàr, meaning "field, plain," most often referring to a "battlefield." 
Bliss - Old English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word bliss, meaning "joy; happiness." 
Blythe - Old English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the word blīðe, meaning "cheerful, happy."

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