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BAAIMAN : Means "son of Baaij". The given name Baaij can be from the Germanic name Baio, from names starting with bern- like BERNARD, or via Boidin from BALDWIN...

BAAK : From the given name Baak, a short form of names starting with badu- "fight, struggle".

BAANDERS : Dutch cognate of BANNER.

BAARDA : From a place name meaning "from Baard's farm". The given name Baard is from BERT.

BAARDSSON : Means "son of BÅRD".

BAARDWIJK : From a place name, possibly from Baard's wijk where the given name Baard is from BERT and wijk means "living place".

BAARS : Dutch form of BAARSMA.

BAARSMA : Means "son of Baard". The given name Baard is from BERT.

BAART : From the given name Baard, which was a form of BERT.

BAAS : Means "boss, overseer" referring to a profession.

BAASCH : Means "boss" from the Middle Low German baas.

BABCOCK : Derived from the medieval name Bab which was possibly a diminutive of BARTHOLOMEW or BARBARA.

BABCOCKE : Variant of BABCOCK.

BABCOKE : Variant of BABCOCK.

BABINEAUX : Diminutive form of the given name Babin.

BABIĆ : Matronymic surname derived from Slavic baba "old woman".

BABIČ : Slovene form of BABIĆ.

BACH : Topographic name for someone who lived by a stream, from Middle High German bach meaning "stream".

BACHCHAN : Means "child".

BACHMAN : Means "son of life" from the Hebrew ben chayim.

BACHMEIER : Means "a farmer whose farm is beside a stream" from Middle High German bach "stream" and mei(g)er "steward".

BACKUS : Means "bakery", an occupational name for a baker, from Old English bacan "to bake" and hus "house".

BADCOCK : Variant of BABCOCK.

BADCOCKE : Variant of BABCOCK.

BADCOKE : Variant of BABCOCK.

BADEM : Derived from a Turkish word meaning "almond".

BADER : Derived from Old High German bad "a bath", most likely referring to a bath attendant.

BAGER : Means "baker" in Danish.

BAGGI : Denoted a person from Baggi (Milan), Italy.

BAGGIO : Variant of BAGGI.



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