Starting with BA
- baal merodach
- babacu oil
- babe didrikson
- babe ruth
- babe zaharias
Starting with BD
Starting with BE
- beach aster
- beach goldenrod
- beach grass
- beach heather
- beach pancake
- beach pea
- beach plum
- beach plum bush
- beach sand verbena
- beach strawberry
- beach wormwood
- beacon hill
Starting with BH
Starting with BI
- bible belt
- bible leaf
Starting with BJ
Starting with BL
- black africa
- black african
- black and tan
- black apricot
- black archangel
- black ash
- black bamboo
- black bead
- black bearberry
- black beech
- black belt
- black bindweed
- black birch
- black bryony
- black calla
- black caraway
Starting with BM
Starting with BO
- bo tree
- boar thistle
- board member
Starting with BP
Starting with BR
- bracelet wood
- brachychiton australis
- brachychiton populneus
- brachychiton rupestris
Starting with BS
Starting with BT
Starting with BU
Starting with BY
Nouns that Start with B
In our daily lives, we use a large number of nouns each time we speak or write. But sometimes our vocabulary is limited because we don’t know new words. It’s a good idea to constantly work to improve it so that we are always able to successfully express ourselves.
Nouns that start with B denoting emotions and feelings
Bashfulness: feeling embarrassed due to modesty.
-They were hesitant about the new dancing moves, but as soon as the music started they lost their bashfulness and enjoyed it.
Belligerence: hostile or warlike attitude or nature.
-Although he is a great actor, the belligerence in his attitude resulted in the judges choosing someone else for the role.
Blitheness: a feeling of spontaneous good spirits.
– When Jessica saw her grades, she could barely hide her blitheness; she had a very good chance at winning the scholarship.
Bitterness: a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will.
-You can hear the bitterness in her voice; the betrayal from her friend made her lose trust in everyone.
Buoyancy: cheerfulness that bubbles to the surface.
-The girl’s buoyancy was contagious as she skipped and hopped from one carnival stand to the next.
Interesting Nouns with B
Babel: -a confusion of voices and other sounds.
-There was a babel surrounding my head before I started my speech.
Billow: a large sea wave.
-The surfers in the competition never expected such a billow, it was difficult to surf it but in the end they overcome it successfully.
Badgering: the act of harassing someone.
-Charlie keeps badgering his big brother for more cookies.
Belch: a reflex that expels gas noisily from the stomach through the mouth.
-The room was in silence; suddenly a loud noise was heard, and then everybody laughed at Stewart’s belch.
Bifurcation: the place where something divides into two branches.
-Mrs. Jenkins used a map to show to the class the exact point where the bifurcation of New Guinea starts and continues into Indonesia.
Nouns that start with B referring to events
Backgrounder: a press conference or interview in which a government official explains to reporters the background of an action or policy.
-The vice president gave a backgrounder about the conflict in Middle East and the reporters bombarded him with many questions.
Backwash: the consequences of an event (especially a catastrophic event).
-The backwash of yesterday’s storm will be remembered forever.
Benefit: a performance to raise money for a charitable cause.
– Last night, actors, actresses, politicians, and many other important people, gathered at the Rockefeller Center for the Gala benefit to help fight hunger around the world.
Blizzard: a series of unexpected and unpleasant occurrences. -a storm with widespread snowfall accompanied by strong winds.
-The blizzard caught them up in the middle of the forest, they had to hurry up and look for a shelter that kept them safe.
Bonanza: a sudden happening that brings good fortune (as a sudden opportunity to make money).
-The miners hoped for a bonanza that would make their holiday wishes come true.
Nouns that starting with B that refer to famous people
Babe Didrikson: outstanding United States athlete (1914-1956).
–Babe Didrikson was an exceptional athlete that excelled in sports like basketball, golf, and track and field.
Baldr: (Norse mythology) god of light and peace and noted for his beauty and sweet nature; son of Odin and Frigg and husband of Nanna; killed by Hoth.
– Baldr, the son of Odin, had recurring dreams about his death, and although dreams were considered prophecies, Baldr found his death, but not in the way he dreamed about.
Bellini: -Italian composer of operas (1801-1835).
–Il Pirata and Anna Bolena are two beautiful operas composed by Francesco Bellini.
Bloody Mary: -daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon, who was Queen of England from 1553 to 1558.
– Mary Tudor was known as Bloody Mary because she started a fierce persecution of Protestants.
Bird Parker: United States saxophonist and leader of the bop style of jazz (1920-1955).
– Charlie “Bird” Parker was the precursor of the musical style bebop and a Grammy Award Winner; he was a great saxophonist.