US Popularity:5774
Origin:French
Other Origin(s):British
Meaning:Fair, beautiful, handsome; Bee-hill; Land by the bend (of the River Aire)
Give baby a name that encapsulates their inner and outer beauty, like Beal. This gender-neutral moniker was originally a surname and has two possible roots. A variation of Beale, Beal derives from the Old French term bel(le), meaning “fair,” “beautiful,” and “handsome.” It was typically a nickname given to handsome men or a personal name for women. Beal was also a locational surname tracing back to Northumberland and West Yorkshire in England. Deriving from Old English, Beal either signifies “bee-hill” or “land by the bend (of the River Aire).” When baby Beal arrives, you will be struck by how cute they are, with their rosy cheeks and gurgles. Not only will they grow up to be the prettiest in the room, but their personality and spirit will be kind and generous. With these wonderful traits, baby Beal will show their true beauty to the world.

Beal Name Popularity Data

Yearly Ranking Change:

Year:
1926
#9142
in 1926
+ 137
from 1925
In comparison to the previous year's data
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