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If you can get the lively young Barbara Bush to replace her grandmother's white-haired image, you might discover a rhythmic classic with an interesting history. There is the popular third century St. Barbara, who was reputed to have been imprisoned in a tower and so became the patron of architects, stonemasons, fortifications, and geologists. Barbaras appear in works by Dickens and Thackeray and, most notably, as the idealistic protagonist of the George Bernard Shaw play Major Barbara. Noteworthy bearers include actress Barbara Stanwyck (born Ruby), novelist Barbara Pym, TV's Barbara Walters, and 'My Name is Barbra' Streisand. Barbara Gordon was the original Batgirl in the comic books. Barbara entered the Top 100 in 1913, and then the Top 10 a decade later; in 1940, she was second only to Mary, and there were more than 35,000 baby Barbaras born that year. At this point in time, Bebe, Bobbie, or Babs might make a cuter retro nickname than Barbie. Bottom line: Though she now seems to have a terminally middle-aged image, the classic and lovely Barbara will eventually make a comeback. Saint Barbara, 3rd century martyr Barbara of Portugal (born Maria Madalena Bбrbara Xavier Leonor Teresa Antуnia Josefa), Queen consort of Ferdinand VI of Spain Barbara Pierce Bush, former U.S. First Lady as wife of President George H.W. Bush Barbara Pierce Bush, daughter of U.S. President George W. Bush Barbara Levy Boxer, U.S. Senator from California Barbara Ann Mikulski, U.S. Senator from Maryland Barbara Walters, American broadcast journalist Barbara Wright, beloved character from Doctor Who Barbara Stanwyck (born Ruby Catherine Stevens), American actress Eleanor "Barbara" McClintock, American cytogeneticist and Nobel Prize winner (Mary) Barbara (Hamilton) Cartland, English novelist Barbara Jean (Morehead) Eden, American actress Barbara Ann Mandrell, American country music singer Barbara Schett Eagle, Austrian tennis player Barbara Rittner, German tennis player Barbara Ann (Deeks) Windsor, English actress Barbara Woolworth Hutton, American heiress, second wife of actor Cary Grant Barbara Palvin, Hungarian fashion model Barbara Nugent Haymes, daughter of actors Dick Haymes and Joanne Dru Barbara Jo Walker, Miss America 1947 Barbara Park, American children's author Barbara Katie Chapman, daughter of TV personality Dog the Bounty Hunter Barbara Dunkleman, American actress of Internet group Rooster Teeth Barbara "Barbie" Millicent Roberts, doll by Mattel Barbara Gordon aka Oracle and Batgirl, character in the Batman series Barbara Fazlinovic, character in Bosnian TV's "The Crazy, Confused & Normal" Barbara Brownstein, character on TV's "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody" "Barbara Ann," song by the Beach Boys "Barbara Allen," folk ballad Barbara Wright, companion on TV's "Doctor Who" 1963-65 Santa Barbara, California, USA Bar, Barbi, Bobby, Barby, Bobbi, Bobbee, Barb, Barbie, Bab, Barbe, Babs, Babbie, Barra, Baba, Babba, Bobbie, Barbee, Barbika, Barbica (Nordic) Babette (French) Borbбla (Hungarian) Varinka, Vary, Varenka, Varyusha, Varvara (Russian) Barabal (Scottish Gaelic) Babara (Hawaiian) Barbarella (Italian) Baibнn, Baнrbre (Irish Gaelic) Basia, Basha (Polish) Barbro (Swedish)