Violet Names

Violet names and what they mean, for violet, purple for women. Usage of these girl names was at its apex during the years 1910-1919 (usage of 0.2148%) and is somewhat lower today (usage 0.1088%, down 49.4%), with names such as Yolanda, Ione and Iola becoming less stylish. Violet (#67) and Lydia (#84) are two of the more chic names for newborns in this compilation, and there is also a resurgence in baby name usage for Lydia and Violet.

Amethyst - Yolanda

Page 1/1 of 17 Violet names.

Amethyst 1 .. Stems fr. Greek word. "Precious purple jewel." Not in Top 1000. According to ancient Greek superstition, an .. [Amathyst, Amatista, .. 2 more]

Clematis 2 .. .. vine with white or purple blooms .. Not in Top 1000. [Clematia, Clematiss, .. 1 more]

Fiala 3 .. Source fr. Czechoslovakian word. "Violet." Fiala is not often used as a birth name. See also Filia.

Hyacinth 4 .. .. that ranges from sapphire to violet .. Not in popularity charts. [Cintha, Cinthie, Giacinta, Hyacinthia, Hyacintia, Jacinta, Jackie, Jacky, Jacynth, .. 10 more]

Ianthe 5 .. From Greek. "Violet flower." Not Top 1000 names. Mythology .. [Iantha, Ianthina, .. 2 more]

Iola 6 .. Derived fr. Greek language. "Violet colored dawn." Uncommon. Iola, like Fabiola, Oriola, ends with the common feminine -ola. [Iole]

Iolanthe 7 .. Origin fr. Greek. "Violet flower." Not in Top 1000. Yolanda is the more common Spansh .. [Iolanda, Yolantha, .. 7 more]

Ione 8 .. Derived fr. Greek. "Violet." Ionia and Ionie are more rarefied as versions of Ione. Flower name .. [Ionia, .. 1 more]

Jacaranda 9 A tree with purple blossoms that .. Uncommon. Jacaranda, Jacarranda, Jakaranda, like Luanda, Dianda, use the popular feminine-sounding -anda ending. [Jacarannda, .. 2 more]

Jolan 10 .. From Greek element. "Violet flower." Rather unusual as a baby name. Middle European form of Iolanthe .. [Jola, Jolande, .. 5 more]

Lantana 11 .. clusters of orange or purple blossoms. Uncommon as girls' names, but Lantana and Lantanna are comparable to the more conventional Santana. [Lantanna]

Lydia 12 .. .. a "seller of purple" and described .. Lidia (top 17%), Lyda (41%) and Lydia (6%) are frequently occurring as female names, while Lidie, Lidija and Lydie are scarcely used. [Lidia, Lyda, .. 3 more]

Mauve 13 .. .. the mallow are purple, hence the .. Unconventional. Compare Mauve and popular -ve last names Naeve (top 32%), Nave (4%). [Malva]

Violante 14 .. Derived fr. Greek, Latin. "Purple flower." Violand (upper 70%), Vigilante (21%) are popular last names similar to Violante (upper 16%). The source of Yolanda .. [Violant, .. 1 more]

Violet 15 .. "Purple." Usage of Violet, Violette, etc. as children's names in 2014 was up 0.2% compared to the year before. One of the earliest flower names .. [Eolande, Iolande, Jolanda, Jolanta, Jolanthe, Violante, Violeta, Violetta, Vyoletta, Yolanthe, .. 20 more]

Wisteria 16 A vine with purple blue blossoms .. Outside Top 1000. [Wistaria]

Yolanda 17 .. Root fr. Greek, Spanish. "Violet flower." Common, and Yolanda, Iolanda, Yulanda are similar to popular -anda surnames Miranda (upper 1%), Kolanda (83%). .. French form of Violet, and the .. [Eolande, Iola, Iolanda, Jolan, Jolanne, Jolanta, Yoland, Yulanda, .. 18 more]

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Violet names: Iola, Ione, Lydia, Violet, Yolanda

Quick Index

Summary of Violet names (and variants) for girls.

Amethyst - Yolanda
Amethyst [4], Clematis [3], Fiala, Hyacinth [19], Ianthe [4], Iola [1], Iolanthe [9], Ione [2], Jacaranda [3], Jolan [7], Lantana [1], Lydia [5], Mauve [1], Violante [2], Violet [30], Wisteria [1], Yolanda [26]