Words starting with “B” with Meaning
Talk rapidly in a foolish or confused way. (Or) Flow with a continuous way. (Or) foolish or confused talk
An affectionate form of address for a lover
A confused noise made by a number of voices
A large monkey with a long snout, large teeth, and a pink rump.
An old woman or Grandmother.
A child or animal that is newly or recently born.
A temporarily marked increase in the birth rate, especially the one following the Second World War.
Referring to a style of women’s clothing resembling that traditionally worn by a young child.
A person from Babylonian or Babylonia, an ancient city and kingdom in Mesopotamia.
Look after a child or children while the parents are out.
An exam that qualifies candidates for higher education.
A gambling card game in which players bet against a banker.
A wild and drunken party or celebration.
The ancient Roman festival of the god Bacchus.
A priest of the follower of the Greek or Roman god Bacchus.
A style of romantic music originating in the Dominican Republic.
Men who have never been married. (OR) A person who holds a first degree from a University.
A young unmarried Women.
Bach Flower Remedies
Preparations of the flowers of various plants used in a system of complementary medicine.
A rod- shaped bacterium.
The rear surface of a person’s body from the shoulders to the hips.
Prolonged pain in one’s back
A strong accent on one of the normally unaccented beats if the bar.
A member of parliament who does not hold a government (or) opposition post and who sits behind the front benches in the House of Commons.
Spiteful talk about a person who is not present.
A boiler supplying not water, built in behind a fireplace or integral to a gas fire.
The Spine. The chief support of a system or organization
Back – breaking
Set aside because of low priority.
All the works previously produced by a recording artist, record company, or film director.
Rude or Cheeky remarks.
Comb the hair towards the scalp to make it look thicker.
Make something valid from an earlier date. or Put an earlier date to a document than the actual one.
Back – door
Underhand or Secret.
A painted cloth hung at the back of a theater stage as part of the scenery.
The setting or background for an event.
Undergo a mistimed explosion in the cylinder or exhaust. Produce the opposite effects to what was intended.
A board game in which two players move their pieces around triangular points according to the throw of the dice.
Part of a picture, scene, or description that forms a setting for the main figures or events.
Information or circumstance that influence or explain something.
A person’s education experience, and social circumstances.
A persistent low level of radioactivity , noise.
A stroke played with the back of the hand facing in the direction of the stroke.
Made with the back of the hand facing in the direction of movement.
A backhand stroke or blow.
Mechanical digger with a bucket attacher to a hinged boom.
Help or Support.
A layer of material that forms or strengthens the back of something.
Music or vocals accompanying the main singer.
A recored musical accompaniment.
A strong and adverse reaction by a large number of people. Recoil between parts of a mechanism.
A publisher’s list of books published before the current season and still in print.
A build – up of matters needing to be dealt with.
An outdoor area in a film studio where large sets is made and some outside scenes are filmed.
A person’s rectum.
Reverse a previous action or opinion.
Move the pedals of a bicycle.
Relating to secret work or planning.
Back- seat driver
A passenger in a car who gives the driver unwanted advice.
A person’s bottom.
The offering of hearty congratulations or praise.
A backward – sloping diagonal line.
Return to bad ways.
A key on a typewriter or computer keyboard used to kove the carriage or cursor backwards.
A backwards spin given to a moving ball, causing it to stop more quickly or rebound at a steeper angle.
The action of criticizing someone while pretending to be frinendly.
Behind the stage in a theatre.
Secret or underhand
A method of sewing with overlapping stitches.
A history or background created for a fictional character in a film or television program.
Acting or done secretly and typically illegally;
A swimming stroke in which the swimmer lies on their back and lifts their arms alternately out of the water in a backward circular movements.
Back – to – Back
Built in a terrace backing onto another terrace, with a wall or alley between.
Following one after the other.
Retrace one’s steps.
Reverse one’s previous opinion or position
Help or support.
A person or thing kept ready to be used if necessary.
Directed towards the back.
Having made less progress than is normal or expected.
Towards one’s back.
Back towards the starting point.
Opposite to the usual direction or order.
Waves flowing outwards behind a ship.
A stretch of stagnant water on a river.
A place or state in which no development is happening.
Remote uncleared forest land.
A region that is remote or has few inhabitants.
A yard at the back of a building.
A back garden.
Salted or smoked meat from the back or sides of a pig.
Plural of Bacterium.
Relating to bacteriology or bacteria.
Relating to germ warfare.
The study of bacteria.
A member of a large group of microscopic single – called organisms, many kinds of which can cause disease.
A camel with two humps, native to central Asia.
Of the poor quality of low standards.
Unwelcome or unpleasant.
Severe or serious.
Wicked or evil.
Hostility or hatred between people.
A debt that will not be repaid.
A wicked or evil person in a book, film, or play.
Past of Bid.
Intention to deceive.
An offense against accepted behavior.
A small flat object is worn by a person to show who they are or what they do.
A heavily built mammal with a gray and black coat and a white – striped head, which lives underground.
Bad hair day
A day in which everything goes wrong.
Poor land with very little soil.
In a way, that is not acceptable or satisfactory.
A game with rackets in which a shuttlecock is hit back and forth across a net.
Bad – mouth
Bad – tempered
Easily angered or annoyed.
Make someone feel bewildered or puzzled.
A flexible container with an opening at the top.
Loose folds of skin under a person’s eyes.
A game in which small balls are hit into numbered holes on a board.
A ring-shaped bread rolls with a heavy texture.
Luggage packed with belongings for traveling.
Past experiences or long- held attitudes regarded as having an undesirable influence.
Loose and hanging in bulges or folds.
A homeless woman who carries her possessions in shopping bags.
An agent who collects or distributes the proceeds of illicit activities.
A musical instrument with pipes that are sounded by the wind squeezed from a bag.
A long narrow French Loaf.
An expression of contempt.
A religion founded in Persis, emphasizing that there are one god and that humankind and all religions are essentially one.
A follower of the Baha’i faith.
A person from the Bahamas.
A person from Bahrain.
The basic unit of money of Thailand.
Plural of Hutu.
The temporary release of an accused person before they are tried, often on condition that a sum of money is promised to the court to ensure they attend the trial.
Money paid to court for this reason.
Either of the two crosspieces resting on the stumps.
A bar on a typewriter or printer which holds the paper steady.
Scoop water out of a ship or boat.
The outer wall of a castle.
A prefabricated steel bridge designed for rapid assembly, especially in military operations.
A sheriff’s officer who delivers writs seizes property to clear rent that is owed and carries out arrests.
The agent of a landlord.
One’s area of activity or interest.
Law a district over which a bailiff has authority.
Bain – Marie
A pan of hot water on which a cooking container is placed for slow cooking.
Foot put on a hook or in a trap to attract fish or other animals.
variant spelling of Bate.
A green felt – like material, used for covering billiard and card tables.
Cook food by dry heat in an oven.
Heat something so as to dry heat in an oven.
baked haricot beans, cooked in tomato sauce and tinned.
An early brittle form of plastic.
A person whose trade is making bread and cakes.
A baked open tart consisting of a pastry case lined with jam and filled with almond sponge cake.
A mixture of Sodium bicarbonate and cream of tartar , used in baking to make cakes rise.
A Middle eastern dessert made of filo pastry filled with chopped nuts and soaked in honey.
A smile sum of money gives as charity, a tip, or a bribe.
A large xylophone with hollow gourds as resonators, used in West African Music.
A Russian musical instrument like a guitar with a triangular body and three strings.
A state in which weight is distributed evenly, enabling a person or thing to remain steady and upright.
Mental or emotional stability.
A device for weighing.
A predominating amount.
A written Statement.
The basic unit of money of Panama.
An enclosed platform projecting from the outside of a building.
The highest tier of seats in a theater or cinema.
Having very little or no hair on the head.
Not covered by the usual fur, hair, or feather.
A ceremonial canopy over an altar, throne, or doorway.
Senseless talk or writing; nonsense.
A large wrapped or bound bundle of paper, hay. or cotton.
Relating to the Balearic Islands.
Any of the kinds of whale that have plates of whalebone in the mouth for straining plankton from the water.
Causing or threatening to cause harm.
A person From Bail.
Variant spelling of Baulk.
Relating to the countries on the peninsula in SE Europe surrounded by the Adriatic, Ionian, Aegean, and the Black seas.
Divide a region or organization into smaller states or groups who oppose each other.
A rounded object that is kicked thrown, or hit in a game.
A single throw or kick of the ball in a game
A formal social gathering for dancing.
A poem or song telling a popular story.
A slow sentimental or romantic song.
A poem with sets of three verses, each ending with the same line and a short verse in conclusion.
Ball – and -socket -joint
A joint in which a ship
A heavy substance carried by ship or hot – air balloon to keep it stable.
A bearing in which the parts are separated by a ring of small metal balls which reduce friction.
A ball used in such a bearing.
A boy or girl who fetches balls that go out of play during a tennis match or baseball game.
A value which automatically tops up a cistern when liquid is drawn from it.
A female ballet dancer.
An artistic form of dancing performed to music, using set steps and gestures.
A ballet enthusiast.
A light round – told women’s shoe with very flat heels, resembling the type worn by battle dancers.
A game played with a ball.
Relating to projectiles or their flight through the air.
Moving under the force of gravity only.
A missile which is initially powered and guided but falls under gravity onto its target.
The science of projectiles and firearms.
Variant spelling of Bollocks.
A small rubber bag which is inflated and used as a toy or a decoration.
A large bag filled with hot air or gas to make it rise in the air.
A way od voting secretly on something, usually by placing paper slips in a box.
A baseball ground.
An area or range within which an estimate is likely to be correct.
A pen with the tiny ball as its writing point.
A large room for formal dancing.
Formal social dancing in couples.
Balls – up
A bungled task or action.
Bold and confident.
A one – way valve opened and closed by pressure on a ball which fits into a cup – shaped opening.
Old – fashioned euphemism for Bloody.
Excessive publicity or fuss.
A fragrant ointment used to heal or soothe the skin.
Something that soothes or heals.
Very lightweight timber from a tropical American tree, used for making models.
A scented resin obtained from certain trees and shrubs, used in perfumes and medicines.
A plant is grown for its pink or purple flowers.
Sweet Italian Vinegar that has been matured in wooden barrels.
A spicy Pakistani dish that is cooked in a small two-handled pan.
Relating to the Baltic Sea or those states on its eastern shores.
A short pillar forming part of a series supporting a rail.
A railing supported by balusters.
A baby or young child.
A giant tropical grass with hollow woody stems.
Cheat or deceive someone.
Officially forbid something or prevent someone from doing something.
A unit of money of Romania, equal to one hundredth of a leg.
Very ordinary and unoriginal.
A long curved fruit of a tropical or subtropical tree, with yellow skin and soft flesh.
A small country that is politically unstable because its economy is dominated by a single export controlled by foreign businesses.
A sweet dish made with bananas cut down the middle and filled with ice cream, sauce, and nuts.
A flat, thin strip or loop of material used as a fastener, for reinforcement, or as decoration.
A small group of musicians and singers who laptop, bass, or rock music.
A group of musicians who play brass, the wind, or percussion instruments.
A strip of material used to bind up a wound or to protect an injury.
A square of brightly colored fabric worn on the head or around the neck.
B & B
Bed and Breakfast.
A circular cardboard box for carrying hats.
A narrow band is worn around the head to hold the hair in position.
A woman’s strapless top consisting of a band of fabric fitting around the bust.
An insect – eating marsupial of Australia and New Guinea.
A member of a gang of armed robbers.
A player at the head of a musical band.
A power saw consisting of an endless moving steel belt with a serrated edge.
A covered outdoor platform for a band to play on.
An activity or cause that has suddenly become fashionable or popular.
A range of frequencies used in telecommunications.
Arability of a computer network or other telecommunication system to transmit signals.
Curved outwards so that the knees are wide apart.
Pass on or discuss an idea, rumor, or name in a casual or uninformed way.
A cause of great distress or annoyance.
A sudden loud sharp noise.
A sudden painful blow.
On the old car.
A loud explosive firework.
A person from Bangladesh.
A rigid bracelet is worn around the arm.
Plural of BAN.
Make someone leave a place as an official punishment.
The uprights and handrail at the side of a staircase.
A single upright at the side of a staircase.
Ruin or defeat someone or something.
A musical instrument like a guitar, with five strings a circular body
The land alongside river or lake. A long high slope, mound, or mass.
An organization offering financial services, especially loans and the safekeeping of customer’s money.
Certain to brain profit and success.
A cheque card.
A person who manages or owns a bank.
The person who keeps the bank in some gambling or board games.
A river flooded to the top of its banks
Public holidays, when banks are officially closed.
The business activity of a bank.
A piece of paper money issued by a central bank.
Another term for Base Rate.
A roll of banknotes.
Declared in law as unable to pay one’s debts.
Completely lacking in a particular good quality or value.
An evergreen Australian shrub with flowers resembling cylindrical brushes.
A long strip of cloth bearing a slogan or design hung up or carried on poles.
An advertisement on a website in the form of bar column, or box.
Variant spelling of Banister.
A round, flat loaf.
A public announcement of an intended marriage read out in a parish church.
A flan filled with bananas, toffee, and cream.
An elaborate and formal meal for many people.
An upholstered bench along a wall.
A female spirit whose wailing warns of a death in a house.
A chicken of a small breed.
A weight in boxing and other sports between flyweight and featherweight.
The good – humored exchange of teasing remarks.
A member of a large group of peoples of central and southern Africa.
The group of languages spoken by the Bantu.
An Indian fig tree with spreading branches from which roots grow downwards to the ground and form new trunks.
A cry used by the Japanese when going into battle or in greeting their emperor.
A short African tree with a very thick trunk and large edible fruit.
A soft round flattish bread roll.
The Christian rite of sprinkling a person with water or dipping them in it, as a sign that has been cleansed of sin and has entered the Church.
A member of a Protestant group believing that only adults should be baptized and that this should be by total immersion in water.
A building or part of a church used for baptism.
Admit someone to the Christian Church by the rite of Baptism.
Give a name or nickname.
A long rigid piece of wood, metal, etc,
A counter, room or place where alcoholic drinks or refreshments are served.
A fine woolen cloth.
A sharp backward – pointing part of the head of an arrow, a fish hook,etc., that makes it difficult to remove from something it has pierced.
A barbel at the mouth of some fish.
A person from Barbados.
A member of a people not belonging to the Greek, Roman, or Christian civilizations.
An uncivilized or cruel.
An uncivilized or primitive state.
Lack of culture and civilization.
An outdoor meal or party at which food is grilled over an open fire.
A structure or device used for grilling food outdoors.
A spicy sauce made from tomatoes, chilies etc.
Having a barb or barbs.
Wire with clusters of short, sharp spikes along it.
A long thin growth hanging from the mouth or snout of certain fish.
A large freshwater fish with barbels hanging from the mouth.
A long metal bat to which discs of varying weights are attached at each end, used for weightlifting.
A person who cuts men’s hair and shaves or trims beards as an occupation.
Another term for Berberis
A style of singing in which four men sing in close harmony without musical backing.
A double tower above a gate or drawbridge of a castle or fortified city.