Aciano - FlorianPage 1/2 of 24 Flower names.
Aciano 1 .. From Spanish element. "The blue bottle flower." Uncommon. Aciano, like Giuliano, Hadriano, uses the familiar masculine-sounding -iano ending.
Bramwell 2 .. Source fr. Old English word. "Broom well; raven well." Branwill and variants are hardly found as male names. Place name .. [Brammell, Bramwel, Branwell, Branwill, .. 2 more]
Brandon 3 .. Derivative of Old English element. "Broom, gorse hill." Widely used as birth names, Branden, Brandon, etc. are comparable to the popular Brayden. Refers to the plant .. [Brand, Branden, Brandin, Brandyn, Branton, .. 3 more]
Branton 4 .. Based on Old English. "Broom, gorse settlement." Branten and variants are seldom found as men's names, and Branton occurs often (upper 7%) as a surname. Transferred use of the surname and .. [Brannton, Branten, .. 1 more]
Bromley 5 .. Based on Old English. "Meadow where broom grows." Bromley (cf. Grumley, Romley) is a common -mley suffix surname. Broom is a shrub related to .. [Bromlea, Bromlee, Broomlie, .. 1 more]
Bromwell 6 .. Derived fr. Old English language. "Well where broom grows." Uncommon. Bromwell, like Helliwell, Carswell, uses the popular masculine-sounding -well ending. Place name. [Bromwyl]
Crisanto 7 .. Derived fr. Spanish, Greek. "Gold flower." Cresento and variants were not among 2014's Top names. Usually refers to a chrysanthemum. [Cresento, Crizanto, .. 2 more]
Fiorello 8 .. Stems fr. Italian language. "Little flower." Scarce as a boys' name, Fiorello is used more commonly as a last name. New York mayor Fiorello La Guardia.
Florent 9 .. Based on Old French language. "In flower." Florent (top 46%), Florino (48%), etc., like Florin (top 22%), Florell (92%), are popular Flor- prefix last names. The feminine version is Florence .. [Fiorentino, Florentin, Florenz, .. 6 more]
Florian▼ 10 .. From Latin language. "Flower." Florian is prevalent as a version. From the Latin word flos .. [Florien, Floryan, .. 1 more]
Summary of Flower names (and variants) for boys.Aciano - Florian
Aciano, Bramwell [Bramwel, Brammell, Bramwyll, Branwell, Branwill, Branwyll], Brandon [Brand, Branden, Brandan, Brandin, Brandyn, Branton, Brannon, Brennan], Branton [Brantin, Branten, Brannton], Bromley [Bromlea, Bromlee, Broomlie, Bromleigh], Bromwell [Bromwyl], Crisanto [Crizant, Cresento, Crisento, Crizanto], Fiorello, Florent [Florus, Floris, Florenz, Florino, Florentz, Florinio, Florentin, Florentino], Florian [Floryan, Florien, Florrian]Gentian - Wistar
Gentian [Jentian, Genshian, Jenshian], Guildford [Gilford, Guilford], Hyacinthe [Hyacinthos, Hyacinthus, Hyakinthos], Jacinto [Jacindo, Giacinto, Giacintho], Lindford [Lynford, Lindford], Linley [Linly, Linlee, Linlea, Linleigh], Linn [Lin, Lyn, Lynn, Linnie], Linton [Lynton, Lintonn, Lyntonn], Linus [Lino, Linos], Lynley, Nalin [Nameen], Plantagenet, Strickland, Wistar [Wister]