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Fruit baby names and what they mean, for fruit, cherry, berry, grain, with 44 results. These girl names reached the top of their popularity in the year 2001 (USAGE OF 1.7%) and are almost as common today (USAGE 1.6%, DOWN 3%), but with names like Demetria becoming less in vogue. The most trendy girl names here are Autumn (#65), Clementine (#749), Juniper (#352), Livia (#709) and Rowan (#239), while Olivi (TOP 84%) and Lavia (50%) are popular surnames.

Fruit names

Alberta - Cher | Cherise - Sherisa | Verbena - Zia

Alberta - Cher


Feminine of Albert .. Alberta (TOP 27%), Berta (11%), like Alcorta (TOP 12%), Amenta (20%), are popular -ta suffix surnames. [Elbertine, Elbertina, Bertie, Berte, Berry, Berrie, Auberthe, Aubertha, .. 23 more]

Derived fr. Latin. "Olive tree." Outside Top 2000. Variant of Olivetta.

Origin fr. Hebrew word. "Sheaf (of grain at harvest)." Not in popularity charts. [Alumit, Alumice]

.. spilling over with fruits and vegetables. Amalthea and Amaltheia are uncommon as children's names. [Amaltheia]

.. Roman goddess of the annual harvest .. Seldom used as a birth name. [Nona, Anona, .. 1 more]

Fruit name. Linked with the phrase .. Apple is rare as a birth name.

.. at Sukkoth, the Jewish harvest festival. Araia is a marginally prominent kid's name. [Aravah]


Source fr. English. "Season of harvest." Adoption of Autumn as a girls' name in 2016 was down 3.3% compared to a year ago. The fall season ..


.. source expression also means "young grain" .. Viva is a conventional (TOP 46%) female name. [Viva, .. 5 more]


Derived fr. Old English word. "Berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification." Bailey, Baileigh, Baily, Baylee and Bayley are familiar as variations. Occupational name .. [Bayly, Bali, Baily, Bailly, Baillie, Bailie, .. 11 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Fruit names: Alberta, Autumn, Aviva, Bailey, Bernice

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Fruit names: Beryl, Charity, Cher

Derived fr. Hebrew element. "A ripe fruit." Bakula, Batura are familiar surnames. See also Sakura.

Source fr. Old French, Latin elements. "Berry." Bay is rare as a girls' name. Also a boys' name. Geography name ..


Short form of Berenice and from .. Barrie, Berneice, Bernita, Bunny and Veronika are widely used as variant forms of Bernice. [Veronique, Veronika, Veronica, Bunnie, Binnie, Berry, Berny, Bernita, Bernisha, Bernee, .. 28 more]

"Berry." Not Top 2000 names. .. Photographer Berry Berenson. [Berrie, .. 1 more]


The word is of Indian origin .. Less used today. Beryl was the variation last found (1960-1969) in the Top 2000. [Beryn, Berry, .. 5 more]

Derivative of Welsh element. "Cherry." Ceirios was not a Top birth name in 2016.

From English. "The tree and its fruit." Scarce as a birth name. See also Cerise.

Stems fr. English, French elements. "Cherry." Used somewhat frequently as children's names, Ceria, Cerise, etc. are comparable to the conventional Corie. See Cherry. May also be used .. [Sherise, Sarese, Cerrita, Cerrina, Cerisse, Cericia, .. 13 more]


.. Cherry was originally a pet form .. Caridad, Charis, Charita and Cherry are popular as variant forms of Charity. [Sharitye, Sharitee, Cherry, Cherit, Chattie, Chariza, Charitey, Charitee, Charissa, Charis, .. 17 more]


.. Also nickname for Cherie and Cherry .. Cherey, Cherice, Cherye, Cherylee and Cherylie are more unconventional as forms of Cher. [Sheryll, Cherylie, Cherry, Cherie, Cheri, Cherey, Cheree, .. 15 more]

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Fruit names [and variants] for girls.

1. Alberta - Cher
Alberta [Elberta, Elbertha, Elbertine, Elbertina, Elberthine, Elberthina, ..], Alivette, Aluma [Alumit, Alumice], Amalthea [Amaltheia], Anonna [Nona, Anona, Annona], Apple, Arava [Aravah], Autumn, Aviva [Viva, Avivi, Auvit, Haviva, Avivit, Avivah], Bailey [Bayly, Bayla, Baylie, Bayley, Baylee, Bayleigh, ..], Bakura, Bay, Bernice [Nixie, Vernice, Veronike, Veronika, Veronica, Veronique, ..], Berry [Berrie, Berree], Beryl [Beryn, Berry, Berri, Beryle, Berrie, Berylla], Ceirios, Cerese, Cerise [Sarese, Ceryce, Sherise, Cherise, Cerrita, Charisse, ..], Charity [Karita, Cherry, Sharity, Sharitye, Sharitey, Sharitee, ..], Cher [Sheri, Sherry, Sherie, Sherey, Sheryll, Sherice, ..]

Cherise [Shirece, Sherise, Sherisa, Sherryse, Sherrica, Sherissa, ..], Cherry [Chery, Cherri, Cheryth, Cherrie, Cherrey, Cherita, ..], Cheryl [Shyril, Shiral, Sheryl, Shyrill, Sheryll, Sheryle, ..], Cheryth [Cherith], Clementine [Clemmy, Clemmie, Clementyn, Klementyna, Klementina, Klementijna, ..], Demetria [Dimitra, Demitra, Dimitria, Dimetria, Demitras, Demetris, ..], Grainne [Granya, Grania, Grainne, Grainnia], Halle [Hallie, Halley], Juniper, Kasha, Livia [Livy, Lyvia, Livya, Livvy, Livija], Olida [Oleta], Olivia [Olva, Ollie, Olivya, Olivine, Olivija, Olivette, ..], Orange [Orangia, Orangina, Orangetta], Peachy [Peach], Pomona, Priela [Priella], Rowan [Rowen, Roanne, Roanna], Sakura, Sherisa [Sherita, Sherise, Sherrina, Sherissa, Sherronda]

Verbena [Verbyna, Verbina, Verbeina, Verbeena], Zea, Zetta [Zeta, Zetana], Zia [Zea]

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