Origin: English, Bulgarian, Arabic Зара (Bulgarian) Zara زهرة (Arabic) Zahrah- blooming flower زهراء (Arabic) Zahrah’- bright, shining, radiant زهرا (Arabic)- Zahra- bright, shining, radiant Meaning: English form of Zaïre, a name used by Voltaire for a play. He may have based it on Arabic Zahrah ( زهرة) meaning “blooming flower” or Zahrah’ (زهراء) meaning “bright, shining, radiant”….


Origin: Cornish Meaning: from a Cornish word meaning “violet”, referring to the flower. Pronounced mel-YON-en.  


Origin: Japanese 優 花 “gentle/tenderness flower” Meaning: I’ve seen it listed as meaning “gentle/tenderness flower”from Japanese elements yu 優 (gentle) and ka 花 “flower”, though like all Japanese names the meaning depends on the kanji used. According to Wikipedia, here are some of the other meanings. 由香, “reason, fragrance” 由華, “reason, beautiful” 由佳, “reason, good” 由花, “reason, flower” 有佳,…


Origin: Macedonian Meaning: from Macedonian trendafil meaning “eglantine, sweet briar”. Trena is a diminutive form of the name.


Origin: Italian Meaning: from Italian Fiore meaning “flower” Variants: Fiore

Lark, Larkspur, & Larkin

Origin: English, Irish Meaning: Lark is the name of a type of bird, as well as a word meaning “to have fun, to frolic”, “to behave mischievously, to play pranks”, “a source of or a quest for adventure or amusement”. Lark is also a nickname for a merry, cheerful person, as well as an occupational…


Origin: Arabic, Japanese, Korean, Czech, Slovak, Croatian هناء (Arabic) 花 (Japanese) 華 (Japanese) 하나 (Korean) Meaning: Hana is multicultural name with many different meanings. In Arabic it means “bliss, happiness”. In Persian, Farsi and Kurdish, spelled ( حَنا ) it becomes the name of the henna plant while Kurdish  ( هانا ) means “hope”- though the last…


Origin: Welsh Meaning: foxglove


Origin: Greek Meaning: composed from Greek elements lysis meaning “dissolution” and anthos meaning “flower” meaning “dissolution flower”. The lisianthus is also known by the common name of Eustoma meaning “good mouth” from Greek eu “good, beautiful, well) and stoma “mouth”. Lisiantha is the strictly feminine form of the name.


Origin: French, English Meaning: the name of a genus of flowering plants, named after royal French gardeners Jean Robin and his son Vespasian. Robin is an English diminutive of Robert meaning “bright fame”.


Origin: English Meaning: from Latin viola meaning “violet” Variants: Violetta, Violette Violet Baudelaire is the oldest sibling and has quite a knack for inventing things.


Origin: Greek Meaning: rainbow ( Ιρις ) In Greek mythology, Iris is the goddess of the rainbow and the messanger of the gods. Iris is also the name of a genus of flowers as well as being a color referring to shades ranging from blue-violet to violet. Iris is also a term used to describe the…


Origin: Cornish Meaning: iris


Origin: Italian, Russian Виолетта (Russian) Meaning: Italian and Russian form of Violet, from the flower, which ultimately comes from Latin viola meaning “violet” In Russian, it’s pronounced vee-ah-LYE-tah


Origin: Hawaiian Meaning: composed of Hawaiian elements lei “flowers, lei” and lani “heavenly” meaning “heavenly flower” or “heavenly lei”


Origin: Arabic  ( زينب ) Meaning: beauty Also the name of a flowering plant Variants: Zainab


Origin: Russian, Ukrainian, Japanese, Korean Meaning: farmer, earthworker; lily; glass Yuri is a male Russian name, a variant transcription Yuriy, which is the Russian and Ukrainian form of George, meaning “farmer, earthworker”. ( Юрий ) Russian;  ( Юрій ) Ukrainian Yuri is also a Japanese female name meaning “lily” (百合).. Yuriko (百合子) is a variant of the…

Sue Anna

Origin: English Meaning: it’s a combination name Sue, short for Susan/Susannah meaning “lily” and Anna, meaning “favor” or “grace”


Origin: Greek Meaning: short form of Anthea or Anthe, both meaning “flower, blossom” Variants: Antheia


Origin: English, Scottish Meaning: refers to the variety of small shrubs with pink or white flowers