Baby names meaning flower
There are many baby names that mean flower or related concepts such
as bloom, flowering, flower-like, sweet as as a flower and garden.
Many common flower names are also used for girl's names: Daisy, Zinniah,
Amaryllis, Hyacinth, Clover, Anemone, Jasmine/Yasmine, Camelia, Dahlia,
Magnolia, Peony, Sweet Pea, Poppy, Posy, Tansy, Violet, Rose. Spanish
flower names are also popular for baby names: Rosa (Rose), Rosalita
(Little Rose), Margarita (Daisy), Flor & Flora (flower), Violeta
(Violet) Azucena (Lily) and Jacaranda (a purple tropical flower).
There are a few baby boy (or at least unisex) names that mean flower,
such as Akina which is Japanese for Spring flower, Delbin & Erianthe
(Greek), Fu & Hua (Chinese), Gulzhar & Padmah (Sanskrit),
Kalannit (Hebrew), Rowel (Muslim) and Zahhur (Egyptian). Probably
the most famous male flower name is Narcissus, the name of a youth
who fell in love with his own reflection and was transformed into
the flower, that is often found by water's edge. Though used more
often as a last name, Roosevelt is also a well known name. It comes
from the Dutch Rose Field: Roosevelt "Rosey" Grier, is a
famous football player with this name.
Some other flower names are: Annphisa (Russian), Anthea (Greek),
Blanchfleur (French), Bodwyn (Welsh), Sanna (Danish), Sookie (American
nickname), Tiwlip (Welsh), Zsazsa (Hungarian for lily).
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