50 Flower Inspired Names for Your Baby Girl

Flower Inspired Names for Your Baby Girl
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Around the turn of the last century, Flower names for baby girls and boys began to be considered fashionable and became very popular, especially amongst people in the United States.

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In this category are names such as Lilly, Rose, Daisy, Dahlia ivy, and William are some very common, some rear, but unique ones include Leilani, Flora, Cassia, Florian, Peregrine, and Posy.

Not only are floral names very fashionable, but they also remind you of the delicate value you give to the flower’s beauty and tenderness, which the same value you place on your little one every time you call her with that name.

Do well to read till the end, as we added a bounce two to the list. Here is a list of lovely Flora names for Girls.

Flower Inspired Names for Your Baby Girl
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1. Amaranth

This beautiful herb is characterized by its bright pink flowers, symbolizing intelligence, and tenderness. It is also one of the fast-rising floral girl names.

2. Acacia

Acacia is a Greek name, very attractive, rarely used but gradually beginning to catch the fancy of most parents nowadays, acacia is a shrub with yellow or white blossoms which symbolizes immortality and resurrection, the flower was named after a Greek botanist in ancient times.

3. Alyssa

Alyssa, the common substitution for the name Alicia, became very popular in 1980 and has been one of the top choice names for baby girls ever since.

4. Altheda

Althea, which means ‘like a blossom’ is also of Greek origin. The name possesses an apprehensive and modern appeal to cute little girls.

5. Amaryllis

The name was first used in Greek poetry as identification for pastoral beauties. If you want a showy flower name for your girl, then you can consider Amaryllis.

6. Aster

If you love astronomical concepts, then Aster is surely going down well with you. Aster is the name of a delicate flower, and it means flower amongst the ‘stars.’ The name came into the limelight after being featured on the television show “Dexter” by a little girl. The name is very similar to its male version, ‘Astro.’

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7. Ayana

The name means beautiful flowers, which makes it very simple and would sound perfect for a gorgeous baby girl. Parents like it because it has a bright and simple meaning attached to it, and also because it is very rear.

8. Azalea

Azalea is one of the newest floral names out there, it debuted on the Social Security list in the year 2012, and has now become one of the fastest rising names on the list.

9. Begonia

This flower is a delight to ladies, not just because of its sweet aroma, but also because it looks a lot like roses, it could as well be considered as a baby name option for your little baby.

10. Bimah

Bimah, one of the earliest Hebrew names, which means ‘blossom,’ it was common amongst Hebrews in those days.

11. Blossom

Blossom, which means to ‘bloom,’ is quite a rich name to give your child. It is as well the name of one of the top-rated children’s cartoon character of The Powerpuff Girls.

12. Bluebell

This elegant flower with an appealing and divine smell is trendy as well as widely used in Britain. Geri Halliwell also named her daughter Bluebell.

13. Calantha

Calantha, is a baby name meaning’ beautiful flower’, from Greek origin, the name is as enthusiastic as of other cool floral names like Calla and Camellia.

14. Calla

The name comes from a unique flower that happens to be the subtle version of Lily. It is also associated with the heroine of the novel “The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder,” Calla means ‘beautiful.’

15. Camellia

The name itself sounds extremely pleasing to the ears. Camellia is a creamy, fragrant rose loved all across the world for their beautiful smell and looks.

16. Carnation

The sight of this cheerful flower alone would make you want to choose its name for your baby; It’s near about impossible not to fall in love with it. The name also doesn’t sound bad at all.

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17. Chloris

Chloris is the name of the mythological goddess of flowers; this would sound great for a young, beautiful, and brave little princess, which could be your daughter.

18. Chrysanthemum

This name is very rear; it’s actually one of the least common floral-inspired baby names. If you want a rare name for your daughter, Chrysanthemum is quite a good option.

19. Clover

The name Clover is associated with good luck, which is a great thing, the name sounds charming and perky, and has become a favorite with celebrities.

20. Crisantha

Crisantha is a short form of Chrysanthemum and means’ golden flower’. Don’t think it has any relation to Christine.

21. Daffodil

This floral name is so uncommon that it would make a strong name for babies, especially those born during spring. Maybe that’s the reason why the musician Michael Hurley’s named his first daughter, Daffodil.

22. Dahlia

Dahlia is a lovely flower name, you know, it kind of brings to mind a small, lovely flower, but the pronunciation gives it an authoritative look.

23. Daisy

Daisy is a cool yet popular name, which wouldn’t be a bad option for your little girl. The name brings to mind a happy, cute, and smart baby with a nice smile.

Daisy is also a famous moniker for Margaret. In French, the word for Daisy is ‘marguerite.’ The name did sound good on Daisy Buchanan in his “The Great Gatsby.”

24. Danica

“Flowers of Denmark,” the pattern of Royal Copenhagen, is a unique and beautiful name for your child, just like Aster, the mean ‘morning star.’

25. Fern

Of all the botanical names, Fern has been the most stationary in terms of rendition. It has never differed on greater levels. So if you pick this girl flower name, you can be guaranteed that it will never go out of style. The pronunciation sound firm tho.

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26. Fiorella

You can just as well shorten for a nickname to ‘Ella’ anytime you feel like. This lyrical Italian name, which means ‘flower,’ is popularly used to pay tribute to Grandmother or Aunt Flora or Florence.

27. Fleur

Fleur is the greenest of all the flower names in the name bouquet. This French for flower sounds incredibly classy and elegant to the ears. It is common to the Netherlands, the home of tulip and other fleurs.

28. Forsythia

Forsythia, named for the beautiful yellow bush, is sure to be one of the most unique names of all.

29. Flora

Flora, the name of the great Roman goddess of spring and flower, has been a long-lasting favorite for flora baby name experts.

30. Gardenia

Named after the botanist Dr. Alexander Gardenia, the name Gardenia expresses power, wholeness, and hospitality.

31. Hazel

Hazel is a flowering plant with long yellow strands called popularly known as witch hazel in storybooks as well as in movies like “The Hunger Games” and “The Fault in Our Stars.”

32. Holly

Holly is a beautiful flora inspired baby name; it goes well with baby girls, especially the ones born during Christmas. For example, it’s the name of Audrey Hepburn’s character in “Breakfast at Tiffany.”

33. Ivy

Ivy is the currently the most desirable floral-inspired names right now, thanks to Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s baby girl Blue Ivy.  Ivy is also one of the floral names with a surprising number of spelling variations, such as Ivie, Ivee, Ivi, etc.

34. Iris

The purple flower, which gets its name from the Greek word rainbow, is one of the very rare names ever used. It will make a fascinating choice for your baby.

35. Jasmine

The name became very popular in the early 20th century, following the release of Disney’s “Aladdin.” Many people say that the name has a kind of royal touch to it.

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36. Jolanda

Jolanda is sweet and feminine, which originates from Italy, and it means ‘violet.’ This name is virtually unheard of in the US.

37. Kalina

Kalian is a pretty Polish name that could be translated to flower. You can consider other closely related names such as Kalene, Kalena, or Kaline as wells.

38. Lavender

This floral name has been getting some attention from parents in recent times and has become very popular nowadays.

39. Leilani

The Hawaiian name Leilani means ‘child of heavenly flower,’ which is quite some meaning, don’t you think? Leilani has a beautiful feel to it when pronounced. For the nickname, you can use Leia.

40. Lillian

Lillian is very popular, it is actually a variant of Lily, and it is known for symbolizing purity, innocence, and beauty.

41. Lily

Lily has become the most famous of all the floral names for girls. It just comes out quickly, rolling off the tongue and sounds incredibly cute. Just like Lilian, the blooming of the flower represents purity, just like the Catholic mother, Mary “Lily of the valley.”

42. Myrtle

Myrtle is a pretty, popular, and universal kind of name; it comes from a plant with white or pink fragrant berries.

43. Marigold

This beautiful name is mostly found in English novels and is beginning to be widely embraced, especially with parents in the US.

43. Orchid

The Orchid flower symbolizing beauty, love, and sophistication, would be a romantic option for your daughter.

44. Petal

Signifying the soft, sensitive, floral part of flowers, Petal is a popular baby girl’s name, and for it’s a peculiarity to a character in the movie and the book “The Shipping News.” The nickname sounds nostalgic, yet really touching and distinctive.

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45. Phlox

The name Phlox belongs to tiny, purple flowers, and would sound very beautiful on your little one. This nickname is easy to spell and sounds very feminine.

46. Posey

This name would be especially for Daughters who bring joy to their parents just like the flowers during the spring season. So why not name your child Posey, which means “a bunch of flowers”?

47. Rose

Rose, the name has been very popular for centuries, the graceful name from the rose flower has been a top choice for parents, and has stayed on because of its feminine flair.

Being used to identify a character in David Cameron’s “Titanic,” and also answered by thousands of people globally, You can rest assured it will never go out of style.

48. Rosemary

The name Rosemary is from a beautiful purple flower plant; its name is derived from the Latin elements ‘ros,’ which means ‘dew,’ and ‘Marinus,’ which means ‘of the sea.’ The name is also very popular and sounds as beautiful as it’s meaning.

49. Senna

This Arabic name means ‘brightness,’ which is derived from the senna plant, which bears bright blue flowers annually.

50. Susan

Susan is a black-eyed sunflower, which looks a lot like a daisy flower but is actually a species of sunflower. Its name comes from the Hebrew language, Susan means’ graceful lily’.

51. Violet

Violet is an evergreen floral baby’s name. And it’s never going to sound old fashioned even for a year, decade, or centuries to come, Violet will sound as fresh as it was when it began being used as a name. It means ‘purple.’

52. Willow

The floral name has gained favor in recent years as a baby girl’s name. The flowers of the willow tree are known for their resilience, grace, and flexibility. The name can mean ‘peaceful or resolute.’

53. Zinnia

This rear floral name has more energy and horizon than most floral names we’ve come across; it feels powerful when pronounced.

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54. Lotus

Lotus is an exotic and mystical flower that holds a significant meaning in many cultures. It signifies enlightenment and divine purity in Buddhism, and to the Egyptians, it represents rebirth.

55. Peony

The name means ‘healing,’ and it is one of the rarest floral names. It also symbolizing honor and riches, Peony would make a unique name for your little girl.

56. Posey

This name would be especially for Daughters who bring joy to their parents just like the flowers during the spring season. So why not name your child Posey, which means “a bunch of flowers”?

57. Primrose

This elegant name really stands out when compared to other names that have the word “rose” on it. It is derived from the Latin phrase prima rose, which means ‘the first rose.’ The name Primroses is very popular in quaint British novels, but never really found it in use as a bearing name.

58. Verbena

A sweet-smelling plant inspires this very rear name Verbena. You’re mostly not likely to come across two girls with this name in the same school.

59. Narcissa

Narcissa is a floral name inspired by a daffodil. The name sounds really nice, but unfortunately, most parents are skeptical about giving their daughter his name, simply because of its association with narcissism

60. Lilac

Lilac is a light purple flower with a beautiful scent; it would surely make a nice name for your baby girl. Although it is very rear to find people who are bearing this name, it is fast rising in popularity.

I’m sure it’s going to be quite difficult to choose just one out of these awesome flower names for your child. But be rest assured that whichever one you choose would add value and make your baby very special in your eyes.

Flower Inspired Names for Your Baby Girl
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Emmanuel Ekokotu
Ekokotu Emmanuel Eguono is a mass communicator and fashion designer. When he is not behind a laptop screen or on a sewing machine, he spends his time netflixing and swimming.
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