Living57 flower girl and boy names for your baby

57 flower girl and boy names for your baby

The choice of the baby’s name is influenced by many factors and one of them is undoubtedly the preferences of his parents. They look for names inspired by their passions such as names of famous movie characters, names inspired by love, colors, the universe and astronomy, places, cities and countries, literature and books … The list is endless.

If you like names inspired by nature and you are a flower lover, we suggest girl and boy flower names for your baby so that you will be inspired by the aroma and beauty of flowers.

Flower girl names

  • Abelia : name of white-pink flowers, of Hebrew origin whose meaning is “breath, sigh”.
  • Adhara : it is also a name inspired by the universe and astronomy, since it is a star in the constellation Canis Major, its name comes from Arabic and means “orange blossom”.
  • Wallflower: it is a beautiful and fragrant flower that became popular with the song “Capullito de Alhelí”. It means “flower that gives meaning to life.”
  • Amankaya: of Mayan origin, it means “lily flower”.
  • Poppy : feminine name of Arabic origin that refers to the very red wild flower of the same name.
  • Amaranta : means “the one that has not to wither”
  • Amaryllis : of Greek origin, it means “to shine, to shine”
  • Anahí. It is a Guaraní name, which means “the ceibo flower”, a characteristic flower of Argentina. The legend circulates in which Anahí turns into a plant when fleeing from the Spanish conquerors.
  • Angelica : generic name derived from Latin for “angelic”, in reference to the medicinal properties of the flower.
  • Azalea : comes from the Greek “azaleos” and means “dry, arid”.
  • Azami: Japanese girl name meaning “thistle flower”.
  • Azucena : name of Arabic origin, its meaning is “lily”
  • Begoña or Begonia : name of an American flower, named after the botanist Plumier in honor of Bègon, who introduced the plant from America.
  • Cala : comes from the Greek “kalos” which means “beautiful”.
  • Camellia : comes from Latin and means ‘offering of God’. The flower has more than 100 different species.
  • Clavelina: comes from the Greek and means “flower of Zeus” or “divine flower”.
  • Daisy : is the English name of the flower “daisy”.
  • Dalia : comes from the Greek and means “beautiful woman”.
  • Greta: derived from Margarita, the April flower.
  • Hydrangea : of Latin origin, it comes from “hortus” (orchard, garden), meaning “the gardener”.
  • Iris : in Greek mythology, she was the goddess of the rainbow, whose function was to transmit messages to the gods.
  • Jacinta : of Greek origin, it means “flower”
  • Rockrose : beautiful Mediterranean wild flower. Of Arabic origin, it means “sweet”
  • Jatziry: of Aztec origin, it means “white flower”.
  • Jasmine : of Arabic origin, its meaning is “beautiful like the flower that bears its name”.
  • Kuymi: of Quechua origin, it means “amaranth flower”.
  • Leilani: Hawaiian in origin, it means “heavenly flower”.
  • Lila: comes from the Arabic “lilak” which in turn has its origin in Sanskrit, whose meaning is “dark blue”.
  • Lilia: of Latin origin, it means “lily”.
  • Lily : is the English variant of Lilia, which means “lily”, a flower that is a symbol of purity, a flower that is a symbol of purity
  • Lis: comes from French and means “lily”.
  • Magnolia : name related to the flower with the same name, which was named after the French botanist Pierre Magnol.
  • Margarita : feminine name of Greek origin, which means “pearl”.
  • Melissa: of Greek origin, its meaning is “sweet as honey”
  • Mirta : In ancient times, the myrtle was a sacred plant dedicated to the worship of Venus or Aphrodite. Myrtle flowers are white, solitary and very aromatic.
  • Padma: is of Sanskrit origin and means “lotus flower”
  • Petunia : the name is due to the similarity of the flower with the tobacco plant, which was known as “Petum”.
  • Rita: short form of Margarita, meaning “pearl”
  • Rosaura : name composed of Rosa and Aura, its meaning is ‘golden rose’.
  • Rosa : means “that which is beautiful like the flower of a rosebush”. The term coincides with several Germanic names that have the root hrod, meaning “glory”
  • Rosalía : undoubtedly a trend name thanks to the popularity of the Spanish singer. It is of Latin origin and means “full of flowers”
  • Silene : of Greek origin, it means “young love”.
  • Veronica : comes from the Greek “berenice”, which means victorious woman.
  • Violet : derives from the Latin “Viola” and means the one that is beautiful like violets .

Flower names for boy

  • Alirio: allusive to the fleur de lis, symbol of purity.
  • Amaranth : male version of “Amaranta”, it means “unfading”.
  • Aster : is the name of the delicate flower that means “star”.
  • Thistle: means “wild flower”.
  • Clavelino : male version of “Clavelino”, comes from the Greek and means “flower of Zeus” or “divine flower”
  • Hortensio: of Latin origin, it means ‘gardener’
  • Hyacinth : of Greek origin, it means “flower”
  • Kamal: of Sanskrit origin, it means “lotus flower”.
  • Nalin : of Indian origin, it means “lotus”.
  • Narcissus : the narcissus flower is named after the story of a very handsome young Greek named Narcissus, who, as a result of his vanity, is punished by the Gods.
  • Nardo : comes from the old German bern, “bear” and hard, “strong” or “brave”
  • Rosauro : masculine form of Rosaura, which means ‘golden rose’.
  • Yon: of Korean origin, it means “lotus flower”.

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