Tree Names

Acacia

Not evil 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.

Aghaveagh

Irish name meaning from the field of the old tree

Alameda

Native American Indian name meaning grove of cottonwood

Alaqua

Native American name meaning sweet gum tree

Alona

Feminine form of Hebrew Alon, meaning oak tree

Ametza

Basque name meaning oak

Amira

Feminine form of Hebrew Amir, meaning treetop

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

Ashton

English unisex name derived from a place name, meaning ash tree settlement

Aspen

English name derived from the tree name, aspen

Ayla

Hebrew name meaning oak tree

Blossom

19th century pet name transferred to forename use, from Old English blōstm, meaning flowers on a fruit-tree (or ornamental tree)

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

Chi

Vietnamese name meaning tree branch

Dafne

Italian form of Greek Daphne, meaning "laurel."

Dassah

Nickname for Hebrew Hadassa, meaning myrtle tree

Dikla

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

Diklah

Variant of Aramaic unisex Dikla, meaning date/palm tree

Dubravka

Feminine form of Croatian Dubravko, meaning oak grove

Egle

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

Eloxochitl

Nahuatl name meaning magnolia

Evette

Variant of French Yvette, meaning yew tree

Evonne

Variant of French Yvonne, meaning yew tree

Fidan

Turkish name meaning sapling

Hada

Pet form for Hebrew Hadassa, meaning myrtle tree

Hadas

Hebrew unisex name meaning myrtle tree

Hadassah

Variant of Hebrew Hadassa, meaning myrtle tree

Haruki (春樹)

Japnese name meaning springtime tree

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

Hollie

Variant of Holly, meaning Holly

Hollis

Lives near the holly trees English surname transferred to unisex forename use, itself from Old English holegn holly denoting someone who lived where holly trees grew.

Holly

English name derived from the name of the evergreen shrub/tree.

Hude

Yiddish form for Hebrew Hadassa, meaning myrtle tree

Ilana

Feminine form of Hebrew Ilan, meaning tree

Ilanit

Variant of Hebrew Ilana, meaning tree

Islwyn

Below the grove Welsh name taken from the name of a mountain, itself composed of the elements is below and llwyn grove

Ivet

Bulgarian form of Yvette, meaning yew tree

Ivette

Spanish form of Yvette, meaning "yew tree."

Ivonette

Pet form of German Ivonne, meaning "yew tree."

Ivonne

German form of French Yvette, meaning "yew tree."

Iwona

Feminine form of Polish Iwo, meaning "yew tree."

Juniper

English name derived from the name of the tree.

Kaede (楓)

Japanese name meaning maple

Kai

Swedish variant of Scandinavian Kaja, meaning "pure."

Keisha

Modern English form of biblical Keziah, meaning cinnamon tree

Keshia

Variant of English Keisha, meaning cinnamon tree

Keysha

Variant of English Keisha, meaning cinnamon tree

Kezia

Cinnamon tree Biblical name of a daughter of Job, who named her after a spice tree similar to cinnamon.

Keziah

Variant of biblical Kezia, meaning cinnamon tree

Kisha

Variant of Keisha, meaning cinnamon tree

Kizzy

A pet form of Hebrew biblical Kezia, meaning cinnamon tree

Lakeisha

Elaborated form of English Keisha, meaning cinnamon tree

Lakeshia

Variant of English Lakeisha, meaning cinnamon tree

Lakisha

Variant of English Lakeisha, meaning cinnamon tree

Lala

Bulgarian name meaning tulip

Lara

Russian nickname for Larissa, probably meaning "fortified town."

Lari

English pet form of Latin Laura, meaning laurel

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Laure

French form of Latin Laura, meaning laurel

Laureen

Pet form of Latin Laura, meaning laurel

Laurel

English name derived from the tree name, laurel Can also serve as a pet form of Latin Laura, which has the same meaning.

Laurelle

Variant of English Laurel, meaning Laurel

Lauressa

Pet form of Latin Laura, meaning laurel

Lauretta

Italian diminutive form of Latin Laura, meaning "little laurel."

Laurette

Diminutive form of French Laure, meaning little Laurel

Laurinda

Elaborated form of Latin Laura, meaning laurel

Laurine

Pet form of Latin Laura, meaning laurel

Laurissa

Elaborated form of Latin Laura, meaning laurel
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