Surnames do, too. - B

last refreshed 04/10/2017 10:15:26 PM
Surname actually means
Babac Grandmother (but actually a male version of the word baba; could also be derived from babica, midwife, so this could be midhusband).  
Bajalica A spell  
Bajat Stale  
Bakrač Copper (or pewter) kettle  
Banda Gang
Batak Chicken drumstick  
Batinica Little bludgeon
Bauk A scare, menace  
Bečejac Denizen of Bečej
Beg Beg or Bey  
Bek back (in football)  
Beli White
Berber Barber  
Beretka Beret  
Bevanda Diluted wine (Dalmatia)  
Bezbradica Lack of beard  
Biro Bureau *  
Birtaš Innkeeper  
Biser Pearl  
Bitanga Bum (actually comes from bitte+danke - please+thanks - that some German soldiers, returning from some war they lost, always said when asking for/getting food).  
Bjelica White wheat
Blaga Mild (fem. adj.)  
Blagdan Holiday  
Blitva Mangold  
Bombaš Bomber (person, not airplane)  
Borovnica Blueberry
Borovnica Blueberry  
Bosanac Bosnian (noun)  
Bošnjak Bosniak
Božić Christmas *  
Bradavica Wart  
Breza Birch  
Bubalo Crammer for exams
Bubanj Drum  
Bubnjar Drummer  
Bučuk A Turkish vessel to measure volume (v. Šinik)  
Budak Pickax  
Budalica little fool  
Buđavac Mildewy  
Bugarin Bulgarian (national)
Bugarski Bulgarian (adj)
Bugarski Bulgarian (m. adj) *  
Buha Flea
Bukva Beech
Bulja Ass (slang)  
Buljina Owl
Bulka Ponceau  
Bunardžija Well digger  
Bunijevac Of the river Buna  
Bunjevac Of the river Buna  
Bura Tempest  
Burazer Bro
Burza Stock market  
Butina Thigh  
Buva Flea