Nature Names (f)

Aaren

English unisex form of Aaron, meaning high mountain

Abilene

Biblical name of a place mentioned in the New Testament, possibly meaning grass

Acke

Swedish nickname for Scandinavian Axel, meaning "my father is peace."

Ackerlea

Variant of English Ackerley, meaning oak meadow

Ackerley

English surname transferred to forename use, meaning oak meadow

Ackerly

Variant of English Ackerley, meaning oak meadow

Acklea

Variant of English Ackley, meaning oak meadow

Ackley

Abbreviated form of English Ackerley, meaning oak meadow

Acklie

Variant of English Ackley, meaning oak meadow

Aeronwy

River of carnage/slaughter Welsh compound name consisting of the name Aeron carnage, slaughter and the word wy river

Afon

Nickname for Russian Afanasii, meaning "immortal."

Agot

African Luo name meaning mountain

Alani

Hawaiian name meaning orange tree

Alaqua

Native American name meaning sweet gum tree

Algoma

Native American Indian name meaning valley of flowers

Alona

Feminine form of Hebrew Alon, meaning oak tree

Amadahy

Native American Cherokee name meaning forest water

Amira

Feminine form of Hebrew Amir, meaning treetop

Aolani

Hawaiian name meaning heavenly cloud

ARDEN

English unisex name derived from a place name, meaning eagle valley

Ash

Ash tree Nickname for English unisex Ashley.

Ashlee

Feminine variant of English unisex Ashley, meaning ash-tree grove

Ashleigh

Feminine variant of English unisex Ashley, meaning ash-tree grove

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Ashlie

Feminine variant of English unisex Ashley, meaning ash-tree grove

Ashlyn

Ash tree lake English compound name consisting of Ash Ash tree and Lyn, lake

Ashlynn

Variant of English Ashlyn, meaning ash tree lake

Aspen

English name derived from the tree name, aspen

Avalon

Island of apples English name derived from the legendary island where the body of King Arthur is said to be buried. The name is probably related to Celtic abal, or Welsh afal, meaning apple

Avaron (アヴァロン)

Variant of Avalon, meaning island of apples

Avilon

Variant of Avalon, meaning island of apples

Ayla

Hebrew name meaning oak tree

Berlin

Derived from the German city name. The origin of the name is uncertain, but there is a chance that it may be related to the Old Polabian stem berl-, meaning swamp

Beverly

Beaver stream English surname transferred to forename use, itself from the name of a place in Humberside composed of the elements beofor beaver and lēac stream The masculine form of the name is spelled with an extra e--Beverley.

Briar

English unisex nature name derived from the briar plant.

Brin

Variant of Welsh unisex Bryn, meaning hill

Brook

English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from Old English broc, meaning brook, stream

Brooke

Variant of English unisex Brook, meaning Brook, stream

Bryn

Welsh unisex name meaning hill

Brynn

Variant of Welsh unisex Bryn, meaning hill

Brynne

Feminine form of Welsh unisex Bryn, meaning hill

Cassia

Latin form of Hebrew Kezia, meaning cinnamon tree

Cassiah

Variant of Latin Cassia, meaning cinnamon tree

Cedar

English name derived from the tree name, meaning simply cedar

Cherilyn

Darling lake Modern English compound name, composed of Cherie darling and Lyn lake

Chi

Vietnamese name meaning tree branch

Ciera

Variant of English Sierra, meaning mountain range

Cierra

Variant of English Sierra, meaning mountain range

Clodagh

Modern Irish name borrowed from the river name, which probably derived its name from Gaelic clodach or cladach, both of which mean muddy

Clyde

English unisex name derived from the name of the Scottish river, itself of uncertain origin, but probably having a similar etymology to the Irish female name Clodagh, meaning muddy

Dahlia

Dahlia flower English name derived from the flower name, itself named after the Swedish botanist Anders Dahl whose last name meant valley

Dale

English surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning dale, valley

Darya

Russian form of Roman Daria, meaning "possesses a lot; wealthy."

Dassah

Nickname for Hebrew Hadassa, meaning myrtle tree

Deniz

Turkish unisex name meaning sea

Derya

Turkish unisex form of feminine Persian Darya, meaning ocean

Dikla

Aramaic unisex form of masculine Hebrew Dekel, meaning date/palm tree

Diklah

Variant of Aramaic unisex Dikla, meaning date/palm tree

Egle

Lithuanian legend name of a maiden who married a sea snake, meaning fir tree

Evette

Variant of French Yvette, meaning yew tree

Evonne

Variant of French Yvonne, meaning yew tree

Fern

Fern English name derived from the Old English word fearn, a type of leafy plant. The name was first used in the 19th century when flower, plant or other dainty names were popular.

Ghadir

Arabic name meaning stream

Glenna

Feminine form of English/Scottish Glen, meaning valley

Guadalupe

GUADALUPE: English unisex name borrowed from a Spanish place name, itself from Arabic wādī al-lubb, meaning river of the wolf

Ha

Vietnamese unisex name meaning river; ocean

Hada

Pet form for Hebrew Hadassa, meaning myrtle tree

Hadas

Hebrew unisex name meaning myrtle tree

Hadassah

Variant of Hebrew Hadassa, meaning myrtle tree

Harley

Means either hare wood or rocky clearing English surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements hara hare (or hær rock) and leah clearing; wood

Haruki (春樹)

Japnese name meaning springtime tree

Hayden

Hay valley English unisex name composed of the Old English elements heg hay and denu valley

Haze

Nickname for Hazel, meaning reddish-brown color or Hazel tree

Hazel

Reddish-brown or hazel tree The tree was so-named for the hazel color of its ripe hazel-nuts.

Hode

Yiddish form for Hebrew Hadassa, meaning myrtle tree

Hodeh

Variant of Yiddish Hode, meaning myrtle tree

Hodel

Variant of Yiddish Hode, meaning myrtle tree

Hude

Yiddish form for Hebrew Hadassa, meaning myrtle tree

Idoya

Spanish name derived from the place name Idoia, itself a Basque name meaning "pond."

Ilana

Feminine form of Hebrew Ilan, meaning tree
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