Flower names for girls have always been a popular choice to make. In the following article we will look through some of the best names for girls, and then you can choose one that suits her best.
I’m guessing this is what happens when you’re on the quest to find a suitable name for a baby girl… there are scores and scores of choices available and each one starts to get more and more confusing to choose from. There are also instances when people have already thought of the kind of names that they want to give their daughters, only to be faced with several more when the final hunt for the perfect baby girl name begins and then more confusion gets piled on.
Not to add to that confusion in the least, but to make the hunt simpler, might I suggest the idea of naming your daughter after a flower? Think about it, pretty flower names for girls are some of the best choices to make because they bring out the essence of what a girl is. And even if you don’t look at it with the same point of view, a list of flower names will let you in on how these names are really unique and nice and evoke in you dulcet emotions. All in all, a good choice to make. In the sections that follow, let us look at some of these flower names and help you choose the perfect one for that special one.
Names and their Meanings
Some of the prettiest names of girls have got something to do with flowers. And it makes sense too. If you look at flowers and their characteristics, may it be their varied colors, the shades, the unique fragrance, or their unique sensibilities to survive in the toughest conditions, you’ll find that all these qualities are nothing less than what you’d want your daughter to inherit. A name will last with your daughter forever, so making it really special is a responsibility.
|Acacia||Mimosa related flower|
|Anemone||A nymph who was turned into a flower|
|Azalea||Blossoming in the spring|
|Chloe||Blooming shoot and plant|
|Delphine||Delicate flower with an unusual shape|
|Fiore||Medieval Italian name for flower|
|Fleur||Flower, denoting feminism (French)|
|Fern||Type of leaf that has small flowers on it|
|Hollis||Another name for Holly flowers (English)|
|Ivy||Affection and friendship|
|Lilia||Another variation to the name Lily|
|Lilac||In the same lines of the Lily flower|
|Marguerite||Another name for Daisy (French)|
|Myrtle||Love and marriage|
|Orchid||Beauty and love|
|Poppy||Very popular flower in Britain|
|Sage||Wisdom and respect|
|Shoshan||Lotus, Lily flowers|
|Vered||Another name for rose (Hebrew)|
|Violet||Delicate flower of the same color (French)|
|Ying||Petal of flower (Chinese)|
|Yasmin||French for jasmine|
|Zinnia||Beautiful flower that comes in varied shades|
|Zahara||Beautiful flower (Egypt)|
And it’s not that flower names are only used as baby names for girls, there are flower names that work out great for both sexes. One has to just know how to use them. To give you a few examples, names like Aravinda (Indian name for Lotus), Adonis (Greek hero from whose blood sprang the anemone flower), Kunal (Indian name for Lotus), Gul (Turkish name for Rose), Ren (Japanese for water lily), Vartan (Armenian name for ‘giver of roses’), Zahir (Arabic for shining), Nalin (A beautiful flower that spawns from muddy waters).
There you have it, some of the best flower names for girls to choose from. Hope you’ve found something very special from this huge list of baby names for your daughter.