English name derived from Greek akakia, itself from the Greek elements a not
and kakos evil
Acacia is the name of a fraternity and of a flowering shrub/tree. In Freemasonry, the Acacia symbolizes immortality of the soul, innocence and purity, and birth into a new life. The acaica seyal is believed to have been the shittah-tree (Isaiah
41:19) which furnished the wood for the Ark of the Covenant and for the Tabernacle.
Greek myth name of a beautiful youth who was loved by Aphrodite. He was killed while hunting a boar and the anemone flower sprang from his blood. His name derives from Hebrew Adonai, meaning "my lord."
Native American Cherokee
name meaning blossom
English plant name, derived from the Greek myth name Agaue
meaning illustrious, noble
The name was used by botanists for the agave plant
(American aloe), probably because of its stately flower stem.
Native American name meaning
Variant of Native American Aiyana
, meaning ever-blooming
Native American Indian name meaning valley of flowers
Variant of English Alyssa
, meaning alyssum flower
Variant of English Alyssa
English name, meaning alyssum flower
English nickname for the flower name, Amarantha
Italian and Spanish form of English Amarantha
flower name meaning "unfading."
French form of English Amarantha
, a flower name
English flower name derived from the Greek word for
the amaranth flower, meaning unfading
Old Greek flower name derived from the name of the amaranth flower, amarantos,
English flower name derived from Greek amarysso, meaning to
Egyptian name meaning flower
Greek myth name of a nymph who was turned into a
wind-flower, derived from the Greek word anemos, meaning
Russian form of Greek Anthousa
English variant of Greek Antheia
Latin form of Greek Antheia
"Flower." Greek myth name of a goddess of
flowers, gardens, love, marshes, and swamps. She was
worshiped on Crete.
English variant of Latin Anthea
, meaning flower
Greek name derived from the word anthos, meaning "flower."
Japanese name meaning colorful flower/fragrant/summer
Turkish name meaning moon rose
English flower name derived from the name of the flower, itself from the
Greek word azaleos, meaning dry
Japanese name meaning thistle flower
Spanish name meaning "madonna lily."
Manx Gaelic form of Irish Bláithín
, meaning little
Irish name derived from the word blath flower
with added diminutive suffix.
Middle English form of French Blancheflour, meaning white flower
Variant of French Blancheflour,
English form of Irish Bláthnat
Variant of Irish Bláthnat
meaning little flower
Irish myth name of the maiden who
, the hero of Ulster in the Ulster Cycle.
Cornish name meaning flower
Original form of Welsh Blodeuwedd
, name of a woman made from flowers, and lover of Goronwy
in the Mabinogion. The name was derived from
-weid-ā meaning flower-faced/wild
Later variant of Welsh name Blodeuedd
, meaning flower-faced/wild
Welsh name meaning flower
name meaning white flower
19th century pet name transferred to
forename use, from Old English blōstm,
meaning flowers on a fruit-tree (or ornamental
American flower name popular
in the 19th century, but rarely used today.
Yiddish name meaning flower
Cambodian Khmer name meaning flower
Welsh name meaning primrose
English unisex nature name derived from the briar plant.
Feminine variant of English unisex Briar
, meaning simply Briar
plant (wild rose)
and herb name derived from the name of the perennial,
tendril-climbing, flowering herb plant. Some species are used medicinally.
The name derives from Latin bryonia, itself from Greek bryo,
meaning to grow, sprout, swell
Variant of English Calanthe
, meaning beautiful
English name derived from the name of the Calanthe orchid flower, itself from Greek Kalos beautiful
and anthos flower
Variant of English Calanthe
meaning beautiful flower
Native American Mapuche flower name meaning violet
English flower name derived from the Calla Lily. Calla is from the Greek word kallaia, meaning wattle of a cock,
itself from Greek kallos meaning beauty
English name derived from the flower name. Also known as kingcup and marsh marigold. The
name itself is from the Greek word calyx, meaning "cup," to
describe the shape of the flowers when they open.
English flower name derived from the name of the flowering evergreen shrub,
itself named for the Czech-born missionary/botanist Georg
derived from the word kamel, meaning camel
English name derived from the flower name, itself from French carnation, meaning complexion,
from Italian carnagione, meaning flesh-colored
Greek bird and flower name.
It is the name of a yellow wildflower whose name derives from chelidon,
meaning "a swallow bird."
name (sometimes called cockcombs or woolflowers),
derived from the Greek kelos, meaning burned
Welsh plant name meaning holly
English name derived from the word chrysanthemum, itself from Greek chrysanthemon, marigold,
literally meaning golden flower,
from chrysos gold
and anthemon a flower
Feminine form of Greek Chrysanthos
meaning "golden flower."
flower." Greek name composed of the elements chrysos
"gold" and anthemon "a
Nickname for English Chrysanta
Chinese name meaning spring flower
or spring flourishing
Native American Hopi name meaning snake flower
English name derived from the name of the flowering
vine, itself from Greek klema branch or
Old English flower name, meaning clover
Latin form of Greek Klytie
myth name of a nymph who was buried
alive in sand and transformed into a sunflower, meaning
name meaning serpent flower
Feminine form of Latin
Romanian name meaning "lily."
Vietnamese name meaning chrysanthemum
Feminine form of Slovene Cvetko
derived from Slavic cvet, meaning
English name derived from the
name of the flower, itself from Latin asphodelus,
from Greek asphodelos. In
Greek mythology, it is described as a pale yellow
deathless kind of lily flower that overspreads the plains of Hades
and is the favorite food of the dead.
English name derived from
the flower name, itself named after the Swedish botanist
Dahl whose last name meant valley
Variant of English Dahlia