The Balambér male name is the earliest Hunnic linguistic record. Balambér prince was the first prince of the European Hunnic tribe-alliance (this Hungarian word "Törzsszövetség" means alliance between tribes) from 362-383. It means prince of the princes, strong king.
The Bekény is a male name of ancient Hungarian origin. It means bushy hill (in Hungarian: "sűrű cserjével benőtt dombvidék"). According to the Hungarian chronicles it derives from the era spent at the Black Sea.
The Bojta derives from the Turkish baj word. It means rich (in Hungarian: "gazdag"). The origin forms of the name were the Baj, Boj words. The Bojta is the diminutivy form of the Boj. Synonym names: Vajta, Baján, Vajk.
The Bulcsú is an ancient male name of Hungarian origin. Bulcsú chief was the chief of the Hungarian armies in the 10th century. The campaigns of Bulcsú outpassed the battles of Hannibal or Alexander the Great. He could speak more languages. The strategia of Bulcsú is taught at more American University.