US Popularity:7080
Other Origin(s):Latin
Meaning:Within the stream; Voyager, traveler
A cute moniker for baby that may go against the traditional stream is Binnie. This girl’s name has a few possible roots. It could have been a topographical surname for people who lived on land enclosed by water. In Old English, binnan ea is translated to “within the stream.” Those from Binney in Scotland or Kent in England would have also had this family name. Binnie is also a nickname for Beatrice, famously held by English musical star Beatrice “Binnie” Hale. Deriving from Beatrix, it hails from Late Latin origins and signifies “voyager” or “traveler.” With a name like Binnie, baby is bound to be a globetrotter. With their map and compass—or, most likely, phone—in hand, the world will be at their fingertips. With you at their side, baby Binnie might venture away from house, but not from home.

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