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Tamil Girl Baby Names with Starting Letter B | List of Tamil Girl Baby Names with B

Popular Tamil Girl Baby Names Collection Starting with Letter B


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List of Popular Tamil Girl Baby Names Starting with Alphabet B


1.     Bageshri - name of a raaga

2.     Bahula - a star

3.     Baidehi - Sita

4.     Baijayanthi - garland of Lord Vishnu

5.     Baisakhi - of the month Baishakh

6.     Baishali - an ancient city

7.     Bakul - the name of a flower

8.     Bakula - Nagakeshar flower

9.     Bala - girl

10.  Ballari - creeper

11.  Banamala - forests

12.  Banani - forests

13.  Bandana - worship

14.  Bandhula - charming

15.  Bandhura - pretty

16.  Banhi - fire

17.  Banhishikha - flame

18.  Banita - woman

19.  Bansari - flute

20.  Barnali - Dispersion of seven colors

21.  Barsha - rain

22.  Baruna - wife of the Lord of the sea

23.  Baruni - Goddess Durga

24.  Basabi - wife of Lord Indra

25.  Basanti - of spring

26.  Bela - a flower-jasmine

27.  Beli - a flower-jasmine

28.  Benazir - incomparable

29.  Bhadra - gentle

30.  Bhagirathi - the river Ganga

31.  Bhagwanti - lucky

32.  Bhagya - lucky

33.  Bhagyalakshmi - goddess of wealth

34.  Bhagyashree - fortunate

35.  Bhagyawati - fortunate

36.  Bhairavi - a melody in classical music

37.  Bhakti - devotion

38.  Bhamini - woman

39.  Bhanuja - river Yamuna

40.  Bhanumati - full of lustre

41.  Bhanupriya - beloved of the sun

42.  Bharani - Name of a celestial star

43.  Bharati - Goddess Saraswati

44.  Bhargavi - Goddess Parvati

45.  Bhavana - feelings; sentiments

46.  Bhavini - Goddess Parvati

47.  Bhavna - meditation; thinking

48.  Bhilangana - a river

49.  Bhoomi - the earth

50.  Bhoomika - the earth

51.  Bhuvana - the earth

52.  Bimala - pure

53.  Bina - a musical instrument

54.  Binata - the wife of Sage Kashyap

55.  Bindiya - drop; point

56.  Bindu - a drop

57.  Binodini - handsome; beautiful Radha

58.  Bipasha - a river; Beas

59.  Bishakha - a star

60.  Bratati - creeper

61.  Brinda - the basil plant; Radha

62.  Bulbul - a songbird

63.  Bulbuli - a songbird


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List of Unique Tamil Girl Baby Names Beginning with Letter B




name of a raaga


Nagakeshar flower


an ever 9 year old girl, a young girl






goddess of wealth


a melody in classical music


river Yamuna




feelings, sentiments




grand, splendid


the earth


a musical instrument


drop, point




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review 2018-05-01 16:19
Funny, but not a favorite
K is for Knifeball: An Alphabet of Terrible Advice - Avery Monsen,Jory John

I laughed, out loud a couple times, but it wasn't something I'd reread over and over again. Nice to kill a half hour if you need to laugh, though.

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review 2018-04-13 16:43
H is for Homicide
"H" is for Homicide - Sue Grafton

This was definitely not my favorite Kinsey. Don't get me wrong, I still read it in about two hours, because Grafton's writing is just that engaging. But overall, I didn't feel that the story was as strong as some of the other installments.


The book begins with the murder of a claims adjuster who has become a friend of Kinsey's. Simultaneously, a corporate asshole is sent out to the Santa Teresa division of the insurance co where Kinsey is co-located to try to figure out why their claims numbers are out of whack. He pretty quickly gets on Kinsey's last nerve (I don't think she has that many nerves to spare, so this takes somewhere in the neighborhood of immediately), so she heads off to work on an investigation of possible insurance fraud by a woman named Bibianna Diaz.


This rapidly turns into a total shitshow, with an attempting kidnapping of Bibianna. It turns out, Bibianna was previously engaged to Raymond, the head of a California insurance fraud crime ring involving faked car accidents, staged car accidents, and all kinds of other nonsense. Oh, and murder. When Bibianna broke off the engagement she basically ghosted him. Kinsey gets herself arrested and thrown in jail with Bibianna and ultimately agrees to go "undercover" to try to help the PD make their case against Raymond.


Unfortunately, the entire book felt sort of like farce. The Millhone books tend in that direction anyway, but there is usually an undercurrent of seriousness, and characters who are reasonably believable. Pretty much everyone in this book except for Kinsey, and one of the young claims adjusters who asked Kinsey to work on the fraud case, felt like caricatures of people who might exist. 


And, guys, Raymond - the villain - was the worst combination of pathetic, annoying, violent, and just flat out gross. He is basically trying to force Bibianna into marrying him, which nearly made me retch. I was wholly unconvinced that he had the brains to run the operation that he was supposedly running. His violence was erratic and often unintelligible. 


Anyway, I just wasn't crazy about this one. It was OK, but I'm hoping that the letter "I" is better!

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review 2018-04-07 15:58
G is for Great!
G is for Gumshoe - Sue Grafton

This was the best entry in the series so far, in my opinion, more than making up for the festival of meh that was F is for Fugitive. It started out with a delightful little moment where Henry unveils Kinsey's new studio apartment, where the reader is treated to the full understanding of how much he loves Kinsey.


Authors are exhorted to show and not tell, and this entire scene exemplifies that maxim. Neither Henry nor Kinsey are very articulate about their friendship to one another, and Henry creating, and reveling in the creation, of a space that is absolutely perfect for his friend Kinsey shows the reader just how important she is in his life. It was adorable and warm and refreshing to have Grafton create this wonderful friendship and show us how much these two people mean to each other. Kinsey, after all, is an orphan, so she operates in the world with a chosen family only, as there seems to be no biological family at all.


From there, the book really takes off. Someone is trying to kill Kinsey in a murder for hire plot at the same time that she becomes involved in a rather strange investigation into the disappearance of a woman named Agnes Grey. I recognized the name right away - although Kinsey (not being a fan of Victorian literature, I presume) did not, but I didn't make much of it, so it was actually completely delightful to learn late in the book that the name was in fact significant.


The Agnes Grey mystery was absolutely wonderful and I loved everything about it. I love mysteries where the past and the present intertwine or intersect in interesting ways, and this one really successfully accomplished that goal. The murder for hire plot wasn't quite so well done, in my opinion, but I loved Dietz, her "bodyguard," who ends up being a bit of a love interest for Kinsey before he heads off to Germany on a job. There was also a storyline with one of Kinsey's friends, Vera, who is trying to set Kinsey up with the perfect man. Unfortunately, he's the perfect man for Vera, not Kinsey. It was extremely cute.


With that terrific read, I'm re-energized to continue on with the series. Plus, I've now caught up to Obsidian, so the K is for Kinsey buddy read can truly begin! Huzzah!

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review 2018-03-18 19:22
F is for Fugitive by Sue Grafton
F is for Fugitive - Sue Grafton

Mayday, Mayday, Kinsey Millhone is in mortal peril.




This was not my favorite installment in the series, although I still found it enjoyable. Kinsey spends most of this book away from home, where her apartment has been destroyed by a bomb in the E is for Evidence.


At the beginning of F is for Fugitive, Bailey Fowler has been captured after decades on the lam. He escaped shortly after pleading guilty to a lesser form of murder in the death of his friend, Jean Timberlake, who was also reviled as the town floozy at the ripe young age of 17. Kinsey is hired by Bailey's father to clear Bailey's name after all this time.


Sue Grafton appears to have  rather bleak outlook on humanity. Most of the characters in this book are a mess, and the entire Fowler family is flat out batshit crazy. We have Ann, the long-suffering daughter, who has been caring for her fucked up parents since Bailey disappeared. We have Royce, the patriarch, who is dying, but who is also just sort of a shitty person. We have the mother, Oribelle Fowler, who is a narcissistic hypochondriac. I might have killed her myself, given half a chance.


In addition, every adult male in the town seems to have been sexually abusing Jean Timberlake before her death, and no one really seems interested in actually solving the case. Probably because they are afraid that, when the truth comes out, their dark secret will be exposed. All in all, they're a bunch of fucking assholes who belong in jail.


The identity of the killer is...not very convincing. And Kinsey almost dies. Again.

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