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Flower baby names and what they mean, for flower, flax, broom, heather, with 37 results. Usage of these boy names was at its highest in 1994 (ADOPTION OF 1.6%) and is now significantly reduced (ADOPTION 0.6%, 62.8%), with names such as Hugh becoming somewhat outmoded. Axel (#123) is the most chic birth name in this compilation, while Buron (TOP 36%) and Beron (33%) are common last names. Here is the list of Flower names for girls.

Flower names

Aciano - Hayden | Hedley - Wistar

Aciano - Hayden

Derivative of Spanish word. "The blue bottle flower." Ariano is a somewhat common kid's name.

Singer Axl Rose. Axel (cf. Aspel, Akel) is a common -el suffix surname. [Axl, Ax, .. 5 more]

.. where there is an official aristocracy .. Baron and Barron are common as forms. [Barron, .. 3 more]

Derivative of Old English. "Broom well; raven well." Branwill and variants are hardly found as male names. Place name .. [Branwyll, Branwill, Bramwel, Brammell, .. 2 more]

Derived fr. Old English word. "Broom, gorse hill." Used widely as birth names, Brandon, Brandin, etc. are pronounced like the popular Brenden. Refers to the plant .. [Brennan, Brandan, .. 6 more]

From Old English element. "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 .. [Brantin, Branten, .. 1 more]

From Old English element. "Meadow where broom grows." Bromlee and variants are not Top 2000 names. Broom is a shrub related to .. [Broomlie, Bromlea, .. 2 more]

Root fr. Old English word. "Well where broom grows." Bromell (TOP 25%), Brumwell (48%) are popular surnames. Place name. [Bromwyl]

Origin fr. Spanish, Greek elements. "Gold flower." Cresento and variants were not among 2015's Top names. Usually refers to a chrysanthemum. [Crizanto, .. 3 more]

.. . Darcy, with connotations of Norman aristocracy. A moderately rare birth name, Darcy exists more often as a last name. [Darsy, Darsey, Darcey, .. 1 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Flower names: Axel, Baron, Brandon, Darcy, Florian

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Flower names: Hadley, Hayden

.. a surname in the English aristocracy. Rarely used as a children's name, Egerton occurs more commonly as a last name. [Edgerton]

Origin fr. Italian element. "Little flower." Scarce as a boys' name, Fiorello is used more commonly as a last name. New York mayor Fiorello La Guardia.

Derivative of Old French language. "In flower." Adoption of Florino and forms was well-received among parents during 1930-1939. The feminine version is Florence .. [Florus, Floris, .. 7 more]

From Latin element. "Flower." Florian is prevalent as a version. From the Latin word flos .. [Floryan, Florien, .. 1 more]

Flower name: the gentian was named .. Scarce as a baby name. [Jentian, .. 2 more]

Origin fr. Old English word. "Ford with yellow flowers." Scarce as a children's name. Place name. [Guilford, .. 1 more]

Origin fr. Arabic language. "Rose garden." Scarce as a boys' name. Also a girls' name. The name is mainly feminine, but ..

Origin fr. Old English. "Hill of heather." Haddin and variants soared in popularity in 2003, but now, Haden has become less in vogue. Place name. [Hadon, Haden, Haddin, Haddon, Haddan]

Source fr. Old English element. "Heather meadow." Hadly and forms soared in popularity in the 1940s. Place name .. [Leigh, Hadleigh, .. 3 more]

.. Haddon hill of heather, or Heydon .. Adoption of Hayden and variants as boys' names in 2015 was down 54.2% compared to a decade ago. [Haydon, .. 3 more]

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Flower names [and variants] for boys.

1. Aciano - Hayden
Aciano, Axel [Ax, Axe, Axl, Axil, Aksel, Axell, Axill], Baron [Barr, Barren, Barron, Baronicio], 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], Darcy [Darsy, D'Arcy, Darsey, Darcey], Egerton [Edgerton], Fiorello, Florent [Florus, Floris, Florenz, Florino, Florentz, Florinio, Florentin, Florentino], Florian [Floryan, Florien, Florrian], Gentian [Jentian, Genshian, Jenshian], Guildford [Gilford, Guilford], Gulzar, Hadden [Hadon, Haden, Haddan, Haddin, Haddon], Hadley [Leigh, Hadly, Hadlee, Hadlea, Hadleigh], Hayden [Haden, Haydn, Haydon, Haydan]

Hedley [Hedly, Headly, Headley, Headleigh], Hugh [Huw, Ugo, Hugo, Shug, Hughie, Hugues, Ugolin, Shuggie, ..], Hyacinth [Hy, 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, Rhodes [Rodas, Rhoads, Rhodas], Roosevelt, Strickland, Varten, Wistar [Wister]

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