Flower and Plant Names - Female


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African     Back to top
  • Chanua "Blossom (Swahili)" NEW!
  • Gadina "Flower garden (Hausa)" NEW!
  • Ruva "Flower (Shona)" NEW!
  • Zahra "Flowering" (Swahili)


Anglo Saxon     Back to top
  • Aisley "Dwells at the ash tree meadow"
  • Aisly "Dwells at the ash tree meadow"
  • Acheflow "White flower"
  • Ashley "Dwells at the ash tree meadow"
  • Daisy "The day's eye"
  • Nelda "From the Alder trees"


Arabic     Back to top
  • Afnan "Branches, or twigs"
  • Aini "Spring, flower, source, choice"
  • Amapola "Poppy."
  • Asiqa "Ivy"
  • Asucena "Lily"
  • Azhar "Flower"
  • Azhara "Flower"
  • Azucena "Lily"
  • Azusa "Lily"
  • Azusena "Lily"
  • Bailasan "Elder tree"
  • Bana "Ben tree"
  • Daliat "Grapevine"
  • Fella "Arabian jasmine"
  • Ghusoon "Branches of a tree"
  • Ghusun "Branches of a tree"
  • Izdihar "Blossoming, flourishing"
  • Janna "Paradise, garden"
  • Jasmyne "Jasmine flower"
  • Jazmine "Jasmine flower"
  • Jazzmine "Jasmine flower"
  • Jazzmyn "Jasmine flower"
  • Jessamyn "A variation of Jasmine"
  • Jinan "Paradise, garden"
  • Junaina "Little garden" NEW!
  • Ketifa "Flowering"
  • Nadia "Beautiful blossom girl" NEW!
  • Narjis "Daffodil"
  • Nasreen "Jonquil"
  • Nawar "Flower"
  • Nawfar "Water lily"
  • Nawra "Blossom"
  • Nirjis "Daffodil"
  • Nisrin "Jonquil"
  • Nisrina "Jonquil"
  • Rawda "Garden"
  • Rihana "Sweet basil"
  • Sawsan "Lily"
  • Sawsana "Lily"
  • Tala "Small palm tree"
  • Tamra "Dates"
  • Warda "Rose"
  • Wardia "Rose"
  • Wardiya "Rose"
  • Woorud "Roses"
  • Wurud "Roses"
  • Yasmeen "Jasmine"
  • Yasmia "Jasmine"
  • Yasmin "Jasmine flower"
  • Yasmina "Jasmine flower"
  • Yasmine "Jasmine flower"
  • Yazmin "Jasmine flower"
  • Zuhur "Flowers"

Aramaic     Back to top
  • Idra "a flag; a fig tree"

Armenian     Back to top
  • Shousnan "Armenian form of Susan meaning lily"
  • Sirvat "Beautiful rose"
  • Vartoughi "Rose"
  • Zagir "A flower"
  • Zagiri "Flower"

Basque     Back to top
  • Arrosa "Rose"
  • Loradi "Bouquet; garden" NEW!
  • Lorate "Blooming season (lohr-ah-tay)" NEW!
  • Lorea "Flower (lohr-ay-ah)" NEW!

Czechoslovakian     Back to top
  • Fiala "Violet"
  • Kaleen "A flower name and place name."
  • Kaleena "A flower name and place name."
  • Kalene "A flower name and place name."
  • Kalina "A flower name and place name."
  • Ruza "Rose"

Danish     Back to top
  • Gelsomina "Jasmine"

Dutch     Back to top
  • Jeneva "Juniper tree" NEW!
  • Sering "Lilac flower" NEW!

Egyptian     Back to top
  • Lotus "Lotus flower"
  • Zahra "Flower"

English     Back to top
  • Aisley "From the ash tree grove"
  • Ashla "Meadow of ash trees"
  • Ashleah "Meadow of ash trees"
  • Ashlee "Meadow of ash trees"
  • Ashleen "Meadow of ash trees"
  • Ashleena "Meadow of ash trees"
  • Ashleigh "Meadow of ash trees"
  • Ashlen "Meadow of ash trees"
  • Ashley "From the ash tree grove; Meadow of ash trees."
  • Ashlie "Meadow of ash trees"
  • Ashlin "Meadow of ash trees"
  • Ashlinn "Meadow of ash trees"
  • Ashly "Meadow of ash trees"
  • Ashlyn "Meadow of ash trees"
  • Ashlynn "Meadow of ash trees"
  • Ashlynne "Meadow of ash trees"
  • Ashten "Town of ash trees"
  • Ashton "Town of ash trees"
  • Ashtyn "Town of ash trees"
  • Athilda "At the elder tree"
  • Atilda "At the elder tree"
  • Attheaeldre "At the elder tree"
  • Averil "Opening buds of spring; born in April"
  • Averill "Opening buds of spring; born in April"
  • Avriel "Opening buds of spring; born in April"
  • Avrill "Opening buds of spring; born in April"
  • Brione "The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine."
  • Brioni "The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine."
  • Brionna "The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine."
  • Brionne "The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine."
  • Briony "The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine."
  • Bryani "The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine."
  • Bryony "The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine."
  • Camella "Variant of the flower name Camelia."
  • Camellia "Variant of the flower name Camelia."
  • Camille "Variant of the flower name Camelia."
  • Cherri "Cherry tree."
  • Cherrie "Cherry tree."
  • Cherry "Cherry tree."
  • Cimberleigh "From the royal meadow"
  • Claefer "Clover"
  • Cymberly "From the royal meadow"
  • Cynburleigh "From the royal meadow"
  • Cyneburhleah "From the royal meadow"
  • Daesgesage "Day's eye or daisy"
  • Daisey "Day's eye. A flower name."
  • Daisi "Day's eye." A flower name."
  • Daisie "Day's eye." A flower name."
  • Daisy "Day's eye." A flower name."
  • Daizy "Day's eye." A flower name."
  • Deysi "Day's eye." A flower name."
  • Diantha "Dianthus flower"
  • Fern "A green plant that loves shade. Fern"
  • Ferne "Fern plant"
  • Florence "Flowering"
  • Gardenia "Gardenia flower."
  • Hazel "The hazelnut tree"
  • Hazell "The hazelnut tree"
  • Heather "A flowering evergreen plant"
  • Hollee "The holly tree."
  • Hollie "The holly tree."
  • Hollis "The holly tree."
  • Hortense "Garden"
  • Ifig "Ivy"
  • Iona "Violet"
  • Iva "A climbing evergreen ornamental plant, ivy"
  • Ivalyn "Ivy"
  • Ivey "Ivy"
  • Ivie "Ivy"
  • Ivy "Ivy"
  • Ivyanne "Ivy plant"
  • Jazzalyn "Modern variant of Jasmine"
  • Jazzy "Modern variant of Jasmine"
  • Kamelia "Variant of the flower name Camelia."
  • Karmina "Fruitful orchard"
  • Kim "From the royal fortress meadow"
  • Kimberly "From the royal fortress meadow"
  • Kimbra "From the royal fortress meadow"
  • Kimbro "From the royal field"
  • Kimbrough "From the royal field"
  • Laura "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lauraine "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Laural "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lauralee "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lauralyn "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Laureen "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Laurel "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Laurelle "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lauren "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Laurena "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Laurene "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Laurenne "From Laurentium; the place of the laurel trees"
  • Laurentia "From Laurentium; the place of the laurel trees"
  • Lauretta "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Laurie "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lauriel "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lauryn "From Laurentium; the place of the laurel trees"
  • Lilian "Lily"
  • Lilibet "Blend of Lily and Elizabeth"
  • Lilibeth "Blend of Lily and Elizabeth"
  • Lillian "Lily"
  • Lillie Lily flower"
  • Lilly "Lily"
  • Lily "Lily flower"
  • Lilybell Lily"
  • Lilybeth "Blend of Lily and Elizabeth"
  • Linda "Lime tree; linden tree"
  • Linden "The linden tree"
  • Lindi "Lime tree; linden tree"
  • Lindsay "From the linden tree island"
  • Lindsey "From the linden tree island"
  • Lindy "Lime tree; linden tree"
  • Linsey "A place of linden trees"
  • Liora "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lora" "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loreen "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loreene "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loren "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorena "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorene "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorenia "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorenna "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorenza "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loreta "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loretta "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorette "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lori "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loria The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorian "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loriana "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loriann "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorianne "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loriel "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorilee "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorilynn "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorinda "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loris "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorna "From Laurentium; the place of the laurel trees"
  • Lorren "From Laurentium; the place of the laurel trees"
  • Lorrin "From Laurentium; the place of the laurel trees"
  • Lorrina "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loryn "From Laurentium; the place of the laurel trees"
  • Lynda "Lime tree; linden tree"
  • Lyndall "Lime tree; linden tree"
  • Lyndee "Lime tree; linden tree"
  • Lyndi "Lime tree; linden tree"
  • Lyndsay "From the linden tree island"
  • Lyndsey "A place of linden trees"
  • Lyndsie "From the linden tree island"
  • Nelda "By the alder tree"
  • Poppy "Poppy flower"
  • Stockard "Hardy tree"
  • Stockhard "Hardy tree"
  • Stockhart "Hardy tree"
  • Stokkard "Hardy tree"
  • Sue "Lily. Variant of Susannah"
  • Sueanne "Lily." Variant of Susannah"
  • Suellen "Blend of Susannah (lily) and Ellen (light)"
  • Susie "Lily." Variant of Susannah"
  • Susy "Lily." Variant of Susannah"
  • Suzanna "Lily"
  • Sylvana "From the forest"
  • Sylvie "From the forest"
  • Sylvina "From the forest"
  • Sylvonna "From the forest"

Finnish     Back to top
  • Kataja "Juniper tree" NEW!
  • Katajatar "Juniper tree" NEW!
  • Russu "Rose"
  • Ruusu "Rose"

French     Back to top
  • Afrodille "Daffodil"
  • Aiglentina "Sweetbrier rose"
  • Aiglentine "Sweetbrier rose"
  • Amarante "Flower"
  • Calantha "Beautiful flower"
  • Calanthe "Beautiful flower"
  • Calice "Flower" NEW!
  • Daisi "Daisy"
  • Eglantina "Wild rose"
  • Eglantine "Wild rose"
  • Fleur "Flower"
  • Fleurette "Little flower"
  • Floressa "Flower"
  • Floretta "Flower"
  • Flori "Flower"
  • Floria "Flower"
  • Floriana "Flower"
  • Florida "Flower"
  • Florinda "Flower"
  • Florrie "Flower"
  • Garland "Crowned with flowers"
  • Genevre "Juniper"
  • Holly "Shrub"
  • Iva "From the yew tree"
  • Jacinthe "Hyacinth"
  • Jasmyne "Jasmine flower"
  • Jazmine "Jasmine flower"
  • Jazzmine "Jasmine flower"
  • Jazzmyn "Jasmine flower"
  • Jessamina "Jasmine"
  • Jessamine "Jasmine"
  • Jessamyn "Jasmine flower"
  • Laurel "Laurel tree"
  • Lauren "Laurel tree"
  • Laurene "Laurel tree"
  • Laurette "Little laurel tree"
  • Lili "Lily flower"
  • Liliane "Lily"
  • Magnolia "Magnolia flower"
  • Maiolaine "Flower"
  • Marjolaina "Flower"
  • Pansy "Pansy flower"
  • Roesia "Rose"
  • Rohais "Rose"
  • Rosamonde "Rose"
  • Rose "Rose flower"
  • Susanne "Lily"
  • Suzanne "Lily"
  • Suzette "Lily"
  • Vignetta "Little vine"
  • Vignette "Little vine"
  • Violetta "Little violet"
  • Viollette "Little violet"
  • Yolanda "Variant of Violet "flower"
  • Yolonda "Variant of Violet "flower"

Gaelic     Back to top
  • Amhuinn "Lives at the alder tree river"
  • Callee "Variant of Cayley meaning "from the forest"
  • Calli "Variant of Cayley meaning "from the forest"
  • Callie "Variant of Cayley meaning "from the forest"
  • Dara "Oak tree"
  • Darra "Oak tree"
  • Fionnghuala "Flower"
  • Rois "Rose"
  • Ros" "Rose"
  • Shinin "Cherry" NEW!
  • Siusan "Lily"

German     Back to top
  • Jessamine "Jasmine flower" NEW!
  • Lilli "Lily"
  • Linda "Lime tree; linden tree"
  • Lorah "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loranna "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorita "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Suzanne "Lily"

Greek     Back to top
  • Amadrya "Tree nymph" NEW!
  • Amaranda "Flower"
  • Amarande "Flower"
  • Amarantha "Flower"
  • Amaryllis "Flower name"
  • Anthea "Flower; Lady of flowers"
  • Antheia "Flower" NEW!
  • Anthia "Flower; Lady of flowers"
  • Azalea "A flower name"
  • Azalia "A flower name"
  • Brione "The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine."
  • Brioni "The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine."
  • Brionna "The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine."
  • Brionne "The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine."
  • Briony "The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine."
  • Bryani "The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine."
  • Bryony "The name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine."
  • Calantha "Lovely blossom"
  • Chloe "Fresh-blooming"
  • Chloris "Blooming. Mythological goddess of flowers or spring."
  • Clematis "Flower name"
  • Cloris "Blooming. Mythological goddess of flowers or spring."
  • Daffodil "Daffodil flower"
  • Daphne "The laurel tree."
  • Daphney "The laurel tree."
  • Delbin "Flower"
  • Delbina "Flower"
  • Delbine "Flower"
  • Diantha "Flower"
  • Dianthe "Flower"
  • Evanth "Flower"
  • Evanthe "Flower"
  • Giancinta "Hyacinth"
  • Giancinte "Hyacinth"
  • Haliantha "Sea bloom" NEW!
  • Hamadrya "Wood nymph" NEW!
  • Iantha "Violet flower"
  • Ianthe "Violet flower. Mythological sea nymph and daughter of Oceanus."
  • Ianthina "Violet flower"
  • Ioanthe "Violet flower" NEW!
  • Iolantha "Violet flower"
  • Iolanthe "Violet flower"
  • Ione "Violet flower" NEW!
  • Ivy "Ivy plant"
  • Jacenia "Hyacinth"
  • Jacinda "Hyacinth"
  • Kali "Rosebud"
  • Kalie "Rosebud"
  • Kalika "Rosebud"
  • Kaly "Rosebud"
  • Kalyca "Rosebud"
  • Krysanthe "Golden flower"
  • Lila "Lily"
  • Lilch "Lily"
  • Lili "Lily"
  • Lilia "Lily"
  • Lilis "Lily"
  • Lilla "Lily"
  • Lillis "Lily"
  • Lily "Lily"
  • Lotus "Lotus flower"
  • Marica "Nymph of the sacred grove" NEW!
  • Melantha "Dark flower"
  • Melanthe "Dark flower"
  • Minta "Mint, a plant name"
  • Mintha Mint plant"
  • Moly "An herb Hermes gives to Odysseus to protect him"
  • Myrica "Tamarisk tree (my-ree-kah)" NEW!
  • Myrta "Myrtle plant"
  • Myrtia "Myrtle"
  • Myrtice "Myrtle"
  • Myrtis "Myrtle"
  • Myrtisa "Myrtle"
  • Myrtle "Myrtle plant"
  • Mytra "Myrtle"
  • Narcisa "Daffodil"
  • Narcissa "Daffodil"
  • Narkissa "Daffodil"
  • Pansy "Pansy flower"
  • Peony "Peony flower"
  • Rhoda "Rose"
  • Rhodantha "Rose flower"
  • Rhodanthe "Rose flower"
  • Rhodia "Rose"
  • Xylan "Of the forest"
  • Xylia "From the forest"
  • Yolanda "Violet"
  • Yolande "Violet"

Hawaiian     Back to top
  • Felora "Hawaiianized form of Flora, "a flower"
  • Felorena "Blooming, flourishing, prosperous"
  • Kalei "The flower wreath; the beloved"
  • Kamala "The garden" NEW!
  • Kapua "The flower blossom"
  • Kapua'ula "The red flower"
  • Kiele "Gardenia flower" NEW!
  • Koali "Morning glory flower" NEW!
  • Leia "Child of heaven; heavenly flowers"
  • Leilani "Heavenly flower"
  • Leinani "Beautiful lei (flower garland)"
  • Maile "Myrtle, fragrant vine" NEW!
  • Mala "Garden" NEW!
  • Maylea "Wildflower"
  • Mohala "Flowering, blossoming, opening up"
  • Nanala "Sunflower"
  • Pua "Flower, blossom"
  • Puakai "Ocean flower, sea blossom"
  • Puakea "White flower"
  • Pualani "Royal blossom"
  • Susana "Hawaiian form of Susannah, "lily, or rose"

Hebrew     Back to top
  • Allona "Strong as an oak"
  • Allonia "Strong as an oak"
  • Alona "Strong as an oak"
  • Ardath "Flowering field"
  • Aridatha "Flowering field"
  • Atonia "Strong as an oak"
  • Ayla "Oak tree."
  • Azalea "Flower"
  • Azelia "Flower"
  • Azelie "Flower"
  • Aziel "Flower"
  • Chamania "Sun or sunflower"
  • Chamaniya "Sun, or sunflower"
  • Daliah "Tree branch"
  • Daliyah "Tree branch"
  • Erith "Flower"
  • Eritha "Flower"
  • Gana "Garden"
  • Ganet "Garden"
  • Ganice "Garden"
  • Ganit "Garden"
  • Ganiyah "Garden of God" NEW!
  • Hadassah "Myrtle tree"
  • Hamaniya "Sun, or sunflower"
  • Ilana "Tree"
  • Ilani "My tree" NEW!
  • Ilanit "Tree"
  • Ilaniya "Tree of God" NEW!
  • Iris "Flower"
  • Iylana "Tree" NEW!
  • Kalanit "Flower"
  • Karmelit "Lord's vineyard"
  • Karmelita "Lord's vineyard"
  • Karmia "Lord's vineyard"
  • Karmit "Lord's vineyard"
  • Lilah "Lily"
  • Lilie "Lily"
  • Nirit "Plant"
  • Nitza "Blossom"
  • Nitzanah "Blossom"
  • Nizana "Blossom"
  • Nureet "Plant"
  • Nurit "Plant"
  • Nurita "Plant"
  • Oma "Cedar tree"
  • Omah "Cedar tree"
  • Omette "Cedar tree"
  • Rosana "Graceful rose"
  • Rosanne "Graceful rose"
  • Semadar "Berry"
  • Suzanna "Graceful lily"
  • Suzannah "Lily"
  • Suzetta "Little lily"
  • Suzette "Little lily"
  • Tamar "Palm tree"
  • Tamara "Palm tree"
  • Tamarah "Palm tree"
  • Tamira "Date palm tree" NEW!
  • Tamra "Palm tree"
  • Tamryn "Palm tree"
  • Vadit "Rose"
  • Varda "Rose"
  • Vardit "Rose"
  • Vared "Rose"
  • Zera "Seed"
  • Zera'im "Seed"

Hindi     Back to top
  • Chaman "Garden" NEW!
  • Henna "Mehndi, henna plant"
  • Hina "A shrub; henna plant"
  • Kusumita "Blooming safflower" NEW!
  • Malata "Garland" NEW!
  • Malini "Gardener" NEW!
  • Neeraja "Born in the water like the lotus flower" NEW!
  • Niraja "Born in the water like the lotus flower"
  • Suman "Bright flower of India" NEW!

Hungarian     Back to top
  • Firenze "Flower"
  • Florka "Flower"
  • Ibolya "Violet"
  • Roza "Lily or rose"
  • Rozalia "Lily or rose"
  • Virag "Flower"
  • Zsa zsa "Pet name for Susan "lily"
  • Zsuska "Lily"
  • Zsuzsanna "Lily"
  • Zsuzsi "Lily"

Indian     Back to top
  • Jarul "Flower queen"
  • Jasum "Hibiscus"
  • Juhi "A flower"
  • Jui "Flower"

Irish     Back to top
  • Aghadreena "From the field of the sloe bushes"
  • Aghamora "From the great field"
  • Aghaveagh "From the field of the old tree"
  • Aghavilla "From the field of the old tree"
  • Athdara "From the ford at the oak tree"
  • Blathnaid "Flower"
  • Callee "Variant of Cayley meaning "from the forest"
  • Calli "Variant of Cayley meaning "from the forest"
  • Callie "Variant of Cayley meaning "from the forest"
  • Derry "Oak grove"
  • Leena "Wet meadow"
  • Levane "The elm tree"
  • Olive "Olive"
  • Roisin "Rose (pronounced ro-sheen)"

Israeli     Back to top
  • Dafne "The laurel tree"
  • Elana "Oak tree"
  • Elanah "Oak tree"
  • Elanie "Oak tree
  • Elanna "Oak tree"

Italian     Back to top
  • Carmelina "Garden"
  • Carmelita "Garden"
  • Fiorenza "Flower"
  • Liliana "Lily"
  • Rosa "Rose"
  • Rosalia "Rose"
  • Rosalie "Rose"
  • Rosetta "Little rose"
  • Roza "Rose"
  • Rozalia "Rose"
  • Violetta "Violet flower"

Japanese     Back to top
  • Akahana "Red flower, bright flower"
  • Akiko "Iris; light and bright"
  • Anzu "Apricot"
  • Aoi "Hollyhock"
  • Ayame' "Iris"
  • Ayameko "Child of the iris"
  • Azami "Thistle flower"
  • Fujiko "Child of the wisteria"
  • Hana "Bloom, blossom, flower"
  • Hanako "Flower child"
  • Hanami "Beauty blossom" NEW!
  • Harue "Tree branch spring"
  • Hisae "Enduring tree branch
  • Ine' "Rice (means one with a nourishing character)"
  • Kaika "Deep blossom grows" NEW!
  • Keiko "September flower" NEW!
  • Kiku "Crysanthemum branch"
  • Kikue "Crysanthemum tree branch"
  • Kikuko "Crysanthemum branch child"
  • Kimie "Tree branch without equal"
  • Kohana "Little flower"
  • Maika "Dancing flower" NEW!
  • Matsu "Pine tree (long life)"
  • Matsuko "Pine tree child"
  • Matsuyo "Pine tree generation"
  • Mika "Beautiful flower" NEW!
  • Morie "Tree branch of the forest"
  • Moriyo "Generation forest"
  • Namika "Flower of the wave" NEW!
  • Nikki "Two trees"
  • Sakiko "Blossom child" NEW!
  • Sakiya "Cherry blossom growing" NEW!
  • Sakura "Cherry blossom (prosperity)"
  • Shulan "Kind-hearted flower" NEW!
  • Sugi "Cedar"
  • Sulin "Corn and rain" NEW!
  • Sumire "Violet flower" NEW!
  • Suzuki "Yellow bell, bell tree"
  • Risa "Growing flowers in my hometown" NEW!
  • Romi "Butterburr flower, a sprout" NEW!
  • Takeko "Bamboo child (strength)"
  • Tamie "Tree branch people"
  • Tane' "Seed"
  • Taree "Bending branch"
  • Ume' "Plum blossom (fidelity)"
  • Umeki "Plum tree"
  • Umeko "Plum blossom child"
  • Yukie "Snow inlet, snow tree branch"
  • Yuriko "Lily child" or "village of birth"

Latin     Back to top
  • Aimatia "Flower garden" NEW!
  • Arrosa "Rose"
  • Arrose "Rose"
  • Avena "From the oat field"
  • Avina "From the oat field"
  • Azalea "Dry earth; Dry. Also a flower name"
  • Azalia "Dry. Also a flower name"
  • Camelia "A flower name"
  • Carmel "Fruitful orchard"
  • Carmela "Fruitful orchard"
  • Carmelita "Fruitful orchard"
  • Carmella "Fruitful orchard"
  • Carmelle "Fruitful orchard"
  • Fiorenza "Flower"
  • Flor "Flower"
  • Flora "Flower. The mythological Roman goddess of flowers"
  • Florella "Blooming"
  • Florence "Flowering. Blooming"
  • Florentina "Blooming"
  • Florentine "Blooming"
  • Florentyna "Blooming"
  • Florenza "Blooming"
  • Floria "Blooming"
  • Florice "Flower"
  • Florida "Blooming"
  • Floris "Flower"
  • Forenza "Flower"
  • Fronda "Leafy branch"
  • Fronde "Leafy branch"
  • Ginger "From the ginger flower"
  • Hibiscus "Flower name"
  • Hibiskus "Flower name"
  • Hortencia "Gardener"
  • Hortendana "Gardener"
  • Hortense "Gardener"
  • Ibolya "Flower"
  • Kamelia "Variant of Camelia"
  • Kamella "Variant of Camelia"
  • Karmel "Fruitful orchard"
  • Karmelle "Fruitful orchard"
  • Lauene "Laurel"
  • Lauica "Laurel"
  • Laura "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lauraine "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lauralyn "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Laureen "Laurel"
  • Laurel "Laurel"
  • Laurella "Laurel"
  • Lauren "Laurel"
  • Laurene "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Laurenne "From Laurentium; the place of the laurel trees"
  • Laurentia "Laurel"
  • Laurette "Laurel"
  • Laurie "Laurel"
  • Laurin "Laurel"
  • Laurina "Laurel"
  • Laurissa "Laurel"
  • Lauryn "From Laurentium; the place of the laurel trees"
  • Lavra "Laurel"
  • Lawena "Laurel"
  • Lila "Lily"
  • Lilia "Lily"
  • Lilian "Lily"
  • Liliana "Lily"
  • Liliane "Lily"
  • Lilianna "Lily"
  • Lilianne "Lily"
  • Lilika "Lily"
  • Lillian "Lily"
  • Lilliana Lily"
  • Lilliane Lily"
  • Lilliann Lily"
  • Lillianna Lily"
  • Lily "Lily flower"
  • Lilybel "Beautiful lily"
  • Lilybella "Beautiful lily"
  • Lilybelle "Beautiful lily"
  • Lilybet "Graceful lily"
  • Lilybeth "Graceful lily"
  • Liora "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lora The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loren "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorena The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorenza "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loreta "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Loretta "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorette "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lori "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lorilla "Little laurel"
  • Lorinda "Laurel"
  • Loris "Laurel"
  • Lorita "Laurel"
  • Lorna "Laurel"
  • Myrta "Variant of Myrtle - based on the evergreen shrub sacred to Venus"
  • Olive "Olive tree"
  • Olivia "Olive"
  • Olivie "Olive"
  • Palma "Palm tree"
  • Palmira "Palm tree"
  • Palmyra "Palm tree"
  • Poppy "Poppy flower"
  • Primrose "First rose"
  • Rosa "Rose"
  • Rosabel "Beautiful rose"
  • Rosabella "Beautiful rose"
  • Rosabelle "Beautiful rose"
  • Rosalba "White rose"
  • Rosaleen "Rose"
  • Rosalina "Rose"
  • Rosaline "Rose"
  • Rosalyn "Rose"
  • Rose "Rose flower"
  • Rosemary "Bitter rose"
  • Rosie "Rose"
  • Ruusu "Rose"
  • Ruzena "Rose"
  • Sabina "Eurasian juniper" NEW!
  • Siseli "Meadow saxifrage" NEW!
  • Sylanna "From the forest"
  • Sylva "From the forest"
  • Sylvana "From the forest"
  • Sylvania "From the forest"
  • Sylvia "From the forest"
  • Verbane "Sacred limb"
  • Verbena "Sacred limb"
  • Verbenae "Sacred limb"
  • Verbenia "Sacred limb"
  • Viola "Flower"
  • Virginia "Blossoming; Chaste; virginal."

Mandarin     Back to top
  • Chalin "Beautiful flowers" NEW!
  • Fulan "Fragrant orchid" NEW!
  • Lianna "Graceful lotus" NEW!
  • Meiyun "Charming cherry blossom" NEW!
  • Mulan "Flower in the woods" NEW!
  • Qinna "Graceful flower (chee-nah)" NEW!
  • Qiulan "Autumn flower (choo-lan)" NEW!
  • Yimei "Beautiful rose" NEW!

Native American     Back to top
  • Abetzi "Yellow leaf (Omaha)"
  • Abey "Leaf (Omaha)"
  • Abeytu "Green leaf (Omaha)"
  • Adoette "Large tree"
  • Adsila "Blossom (Cherokee)"
  • Aiyana "Eternal blossom"
  • Alameda "Grove of cottonwood"
  • Alaqua "Sweet gum tree"
  • Alawa "Pea (Algonquin)"
  • Algoma "Valley of flowers"
  • Azade "Poplar tree (Ojibwe)" NEW!
  • Chu'si "Snake flower (Hopi)"
  • Flo "Arrow"
  • Humita "Shelled corn (Hopi)"
  • Ituha "Sturdy oak"
  • Kai "Willow tree (Navajo)"
  • Kineks "Rosebud"
  • Leotie "Flower of the prairie"
  • Lomasi "Pretty flower"
  • Mansi "Plucked flower (Hopi)"
  • Mausi "Plucks flowers"
  • Nikaj "Flower, pronounced nee-kah (Maya)" NEW!
  • Ogin "Wild rose"
  • Onata "Corn spirit (Iroquois)" NEW!
  • Papina "Vine growing around oak tree (Miwok)"
  • Petunia "Flower name"
  • Polikwaptiwa "Butterfly sitting on a flower (Hopi)"
  • Posala "Farewell to spring flowers (Miwok)"
  • Rozene "Rose"
  • Takala "Corn tassel (Hopi)"
  • Tansy "Name of a flower (Hopi)"
  • Tika "Flower (Quechua)" NEW!
  • Xochi "Flower (Aztec)" NEW!
  • Yakma "Blossom (Hopi)"
  • Yamika "Blossom (Hopi)"
  • Yamka "Blossom (Hopi)"

Norse     Back to top
  • Ase "Tree"
  • Asta "Tree"
  • Embla "From an elm"
  • Kusymre "Primrose flower (koo-sihm-rah)" NEW!
  • Linnea "Lime tree"

Persian     Back to top
  • Akhtar "Star; also the name of a flower"
  • Alaleh "A flower, buttercup"
  • Alya "Marshmallow flower (pink blossoming herb)"
  • Arvaneh "Wild violet"
  • Avish "Wild marjoram"
  • Avishan "Wild marjoram"
  • Avisheh "Wild marjoram"
  • Azarin "Chamomile flower; related to fire"
  • Azhand "Name of a flower"
  • Babuk "Chamomile flowers"
  • Bahareh "Someone who brings the spring, or a spring flower"
  • Banugul "Rose-like lady"
  • Baranak "Mountain ash tree"
  • Barsin "Clover"
  • Barsina "Clover"
  • Benafsha "A violet"
  • Bostan "Garden, place of fragrance"
  • Chalipa "A gillyflower"
  • Chaman "Garden"
  • Daneh "Seed"
  • Gelayol "Gladiola flower"
  • Ghassedak "A flower (dandelion)"
  • Ghoncheh "Flower bud"
  • Gisi "A fragrant rose"
  • Golab "Rose water"
  • Golafsar "A crown of flowers"
  • Golafshan "Scattering flowers"
  • Golaleh "Bouquet of flowers"
  • Golara "Gracing flowers"
  • Golaviz "Name of the fuschia plant"
  • Golbahar "Spring flower"
  • Golban "Keeper of flowers"
  • Golbarg "Little petal"
  • Golchehr "Essence of a flower"
  • Golchehreh "Face like a flower"
  • Goldar "Having flowers"
  • Goldouz "Embroidered with flowers"
  • Golmehr "Flower representing kindness, love"
  • Golnar "Flower of the pomegranate tree"
  • Golnar "Red flower, center of a flame"
  • Golnaz "Cute like a flower"
  • Golnazrin "Chamomile flowers"
  • Golnessa "Daughter of flowers"
  • Golrang "Rose-colored"
  • Golrokh "Face like a flower"
  • Golrou "Face like a flower"
  • Golsa "Like a flower"
  • Golsan "Like a flower"
  • Golshan "Flower garden"
  • Golshanak "A small garden"
  • Golshid "Sunflower"
  • Guisi "A fragrant rose"
  • Gul "Flower, rose"
  • Gulafruz "Dazzling like a flower"
  • Gulafsan "Rose fable"
  • Gulafshan "Dispersing like a flower"
  • Gulala "Tulip flower"
  • Gulandam "Having a form like a flower, delicate"
  • Gulazin "Decorating flowers"
  • Gulbadan "Having a body like a rose"
  • Gulbaher "Spring flower"
  • Gulbanu "Flower-like lady"
  • Gulbarg "Rose leaf"
  • Gulchehr "Has a countenance like a rose"
  • Gulestan "Garden of roses"
  • Gulkhandan "Smelling like a flower"
  • Gulkhorshid "Sunflower"
  • Gulkhurshid "Sunflower"
  • Gulnar "Pomegranate"
  • Gulpaekar "Face like a rose"
  • Gulroxar "Rosy-cheeked, face like a rose"
  • Gulshan "Delightful spot, rose garden"
  • Gulshirin "Sweet like a rose"
  • Gulzar "Garden of flowers"
  • Hadigheh "Garden"
  • Halaleh "Tulip"
  • Hester "Star; Myrtle leaf"
  • Jasmine "Jasmine flower"
  • Javeh "Name of a plant"
  • Jessamine "Jasmine"
  • Kazhireh "Wild saffron"
  • Kolaleh "A handful of flowers"
  • Ladan "A flower"
  • Lalagul "Tulip flower"
  • Laleh "Tulip"
  • Lila "Lilac tree"
  • Lilac "Lilac tree"
  • Lilupar "Water lily"
  • Malisa "Lemon balm, mint"
  • Malissa "Lemon balm, mint"
  • Mamisa "Pincushion flower"
  • Mariam "A flower, tuberose"
  • Mojan "Narcissus flower"
  • Mozhan "Narcissus flower"
  • Nahal "A young plant"
  • Nahala "A young plant"
  • Najmeh "Fruit of the tamarisk"
  • Narges "Narcissus"
  • Nargess "Narcissus"
  • Narmin "Delicate as a flower (Kurdish)"
  • Narsis "A flower"
  • Nashva "Wild plum"
  • Nasreen "Wild rose"
  • Nasrin "Wild rose"
  • Nastaran "A flower similar to a wild rose"
  • Nazgol "The beautiful flower"
  • Nazhin "Name of a tree"
  • Nazhu "Pine tree"
  • Nilopal "Lotus, water lily"
  • Niloufar "Flower, water lily"
  • Nilufer "Lotus, water lily"
  • Nogol "New flower"
  • Orchideh "Orchid"
  • Orkideh "Orchid"
  • Paliz "Garden"
  • Pargol "Soft as a flower petal"
  • Pichak "A flower (glorybind)"
  • Pooneh "A flower"
  • Pouneh "A flower (wild mint)"
  • Rayhaneh "A flower"
  • Razak "Name of the wild hops plant"
  • Reyhan "Basil"
  • Reyhanak "Wild basil"
  • Rouya "Anything that grows"
  • Sadira "Lotus tree"
  • Saman "Jasmine"
  • Samanbar "Fragrant, one who carries jasmine"
  • Samannaz "Beautiful lily of the valley"
  • Sanaz "A flower"
  • Sanober "Cypress, evergreen"
  • Sarv "Cypress"
  • Sarvenaz "A beautiful woman, name of a tall, slender tree"
  • Sarvin "Cypress tree"
  • Senobar "Name of a tall tree"
  • Shaghayegh "Poppy flower"
  • Shokufe "Blossom"
  • Shoukufe "Blossom"
  • Sonbol "Hyacinth"
  • Soura "Face of a flower"
  • Souri "Red rose"
  • Sousanak "A flower"
  • Soussan "Flower, lily of the valley"
  • Sura "Face of a flower"
  • Suri "Red rose"
  • Susan "Lily, fern tree"
  • Susanak "A flower"
  • Sussan "Flower, lily of the valley"
  • Tooba "Name of a tree in Paradise; excellent, best"
  • Touba "Name of a tree in Paradise; excellent, best"
  • Tousak "Pincushion flower"
  • Tousca "Alder tree"
  • Tusak "Pincushion flower"
  • Tuska "Alder tree"
  • Ursiya "White lily"
  • Vanousheh "Violet, pansy"
  • Vanusheh "Violet, pansy"
  • Varda "A rose"
  • Varta "Rose"
  • Yasaman "Jasmine"
  • Yasmin "Jasmine"
  • Yass "Jasmine"
  • Zanbagh "Name of a flower, iris"
  • Zarinchinar "Golden poplar tree"
  • Zhaveh "Name of a plant"
  • Zhila "Name of a river"

Polish     Back to top
  • Kaleen "A flower name and place name"
  • Kaleena "A flower name and place name"
  • Kalena "A flower name and place name"
  • Kalene "A flower name and place name"
  • Kalina "A flower name and place name"
  • Morela "Apricot"
  • Rasine "Rose"
  • Roz "Rose"
  • Rozalia "Rose"
  • Rozyuka "Rose"
  • Sylwia "Polish form of Sylvia "from the woods"

Portuguese     Back to top
  • Carmen "Vinyard, orchard"
  • Carmo "Vinyard, orchard"
  • Laurenza "Woman from Laurentium, from the place of laurels (lah-oo-REHN-zah)"
  • Liliana "Lily flower" NEW!
  • Olivia "Olive tree"
  • Rosa "Rose"
  • Roseta "Rose (roh-ZHEH-tah)"
  • Vidonia "A vine, a branch"
  • Violante "Violet"

Russian     Back to top
  • Kalina "Medicinal tree" NEW!
  • Lenusy "Flower"
  • Malina "Raspberry" NEW!
  • Malinka "Little berry" NEW!
  • Narkissa "Daffodil"
  • Rassada "Seedlings" NEW!
  • Shanika "Lily" NEW!
  • Shushanika "Little lily" NEW!
  • Tamra "Palm tree"
  • Tamryn "Palm tree"
  • Yalina "Fir tree" NEW!
  • Yasen "Ash tree" NEW!

Sanskrit     Back to top
  • Ambhoja "Lotus goddess" NEW!
  • Kalika "Little blossom; growing" NEW!
  • Kamala "Lotus flower" NEW!
  • Kamalanetra "Lotus-eyed" NEW!
  • Kamalini "Lotus-flower" NEW!
  • Khalara "White water lily" NEW!
  • Mallika "Jasmine" NEW!
  • Mandara "Mythical celestial flower" NEW!
  • Naleen "Lotus" NEW!
  • Nalin "Lotus" NEW!
  • Nalina "Lotus flower" NEW!
  • Nalini "Mystic; lotus; a symbol for the truth" NEW!
  • Navamallika "Beautiful Arabian jasmine" NEW!
  • Padma "Lotus" NEW!
  • Padmini "Lotus goddess" NEW!
  • Pallava "Sprout, blossom" NEW!
  • Saroja "Lotus" NEW!
  • Sarojanetra "Loyus-eyed" NEW!
  • Serika "Parsley flower" NEW!
  • Vanadey "Forest goddess" NEW!

Scandinavian     Back to top
  • Ester "Myrtle"
  • Laufeia "Leafy island"
  • Laufey "Leafy island"
  • Linna "Small blue flower"
  • Linnae "Small blue flower"
  • Linnaea "Small blue flower"
  • Linnea "Small blue flower"
  • Lynae "Small blue flower"
  • Sanna "Lily"
  • Susanna "A lily, a rose"
  • Sylvia "Of the woods or forest"
  • Viola "Violet"

Scottish     Back to top
  • Aileana "From the green meadow"
  • Aileen "From the green meadow"
  • Athdara "From the oak tree ford"
  • Daracha "From the oak"
  • Iona "Violet"
  • Lindsay "A lake; a place of linden trees"
  • Linsey "A lake; a place of linden trees"
  • Lorna "The laurel tree"
  • Lyndsey "A lake; a place of linden trees"
  • Nairna "Dwells at the alder tree river"
  • Nairne "Dwells at the alder tree river"
  • Rose "Flower"
  • Siusan "Lily"

Slavic     Back to top
  • Lala "Tulip"
  • Suzan "Variant of Susannah, Lily"

Spanish     Back to top
  • Amaranta "Flower"
  • Carmela "Garden"
  • Carmelita "Garden"
  • Flor "Flower, blooming"
  • Florencia "Flowering, blooming"
  • Florentina "Blooming"
  • Florida "Blooming"
  • Florinia "Blooming"
  • Florita "Flower"
  • Hortencia "Garden"
  • Jacinta "Hyacinth or purple"
  • Jakinda "Hyacinth"
  • Karmen "Fruitful orchard"
  • Laura "Crowned with laurels"
  • Laurana "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Laurencia "Crowned with laurels"
  • Laurinda "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Laurita "The laurel tree or sweet bay tree"
  • Lora "Flower"
  • Lore "Flower"
  • Mora "Little blueberry"
  • Narcisa "Daffodil"
  • Olivia "Olive"
  • Palmira "From the city of palms"
  • Shoshana "Lily"
  • Suelita "Little lily"
  • Susana "Lily"
  • Vina "From the vineyard"
  • Yolanda "Violet"

Swedish     Back to top
  • Annali "Graceful meadow"
  • Annalie "Graceful meadow"
  • Anneli "Graceful meadow"
  • Bjork "Birch tree" NEW!
  • Geneva "Jumiper tree" NEW!
  • Ingalill "Ing's lily"
  • Laura "Laurel"
  • Olivia "Olive"
  • Rosa "Rose"
  • Rosel "Rose"
  • Roselle "Rose"
  • Viola "Violet"

Tibetan     Back to top
  • Penden "Lotus throne" NEW!

Turkish     Back to top
  • Aksama "White climbing rose"
  • Anka "Will-o-the-wisp"
  • Fulya "Daffodil"
  • Gul Jennet "Rose-paradise (Gul Cennet)"
  • Gulay "Rose moon"
  • Gulbahar "Rose-spring (GYOOL-ba-har)"
  • Gulcan "Rose-soul (GYOOL-jahn)"
  • Gulden "Born of a rose (GYOOL-den)"
  • Guljan "Rose-soul (GYOOL-jahn)"
  • Nilufer "Water lily (NEE-loo-fer)"
  • Papatya "Daisy"
  • Sarmashik "Ivy"
  • Yasemin "Jasmine"
  • Zehra "Blossoms, beauty"

Ukranian     Back to top
  • Lavra "Laurel"
  • Lavra "Laurel"

Welsh     Back to top
  • Blodwen "White flower"
  • Blodwyn "White flower"
  • Briallan "Primrose"
  • Derwen "From the oak tree"
  • Rhedyn "Fern"
  • Rhosyn "Rose"

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