7 Spice names related to or that mean spice for girls, listing Spice baby names 1-7. Ginger is a popular name. Cassia, Cinnamon, Clove, Fennel, Saffron and Salvia are uncommon names. View Spice baby names below for name meanings.
Cassia ... a type of the spice cinnamon (see Kezia) ...
Cinnamon ... referring to the warm brown-colored spice that has been grown in tropical climates for thousands of years ... [Cynnamon, Sinemmon, Sinnamon]
Clove ... Botanical name: the spice (compare Cinnamon) that comes from the Latin word "clavus" meaning "nail" ...
Fennel ... whose seeds are used as a spice ...
Ginger ... Refers to the pungent root used as a spice. Also ... [Gingee, Gingie, Ginjer, Jinger]
Saffron Flower name: saffron is used as a spice as well as a bright orange-yellow color dye ... [Saffran, Saffren, Saffronia, Saphron]
Salvia ... which is used for its healing powers and for its aroma as a spice. [Sallvia, Salvina]
Related words: angelica, aroma, basil, cinnamon, color, fennel, flavoring, ginger, herb, incense, interest, life, perfume, sage, scent, season, shade, spirit. Partial list of 13 results related to spice below. Click on above related words for more results.
Angela ... [Angelica, Aingeal, Andjelija, Andjelka, Ange, Angel, ... 41 more]
Abir ... "Aroma, scent." [Abeer]
Basilia ... Feminine form of Basil ... [Baseele, Baseelia, Baseelle, Bazeele, Bazeelia, ... 7 more]
Burnett ... known as "burnet" ... ]
Bay ... See also Laurel, Juniper, and Cinnamon.
Afra ... "Young deer; color of earth." ... [Affera, Affery, Affra, Aphra]
Ellen ... [Elan, Elen, Elena, Elene, Elene, Eleni, ... 15 more]
Burnett ... See Sorrel and Fennel. [Burnet]
Alison ... and revived in England in the 20th century with a strong Scottish flavor ... [Aili, Alie, Alisann, Alisanne, Alisoun, ... 21 more]
Cinnamon ... and has been used by cultures from China to the Netherlands for flavoring food ... [Cynnamon, Sinemmon, Sinnamon]
Anuhea ... "Cool fragrance."
Ginger ... Made famous by actress Ginger Rogers. [Gingee, Gingie, Ginjer, Jinger]
Althea ... "Healing herb." ... [Altha, Althaea, Althaia, Altheda, Althelia, ... 4 more]