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post #21 of 67
Juniper
post #22 of 67
Here are a few more:
Rosemary
Mika (Japanese name meaning "sweet fragrance")
Sora (unisex Japanese name meaning "sky")
Finula (Irish name)
Paloma (Latin meaning "dove")
post #23 of 67
I think we may have similar tastes? I could be way off but I think I "get" what you are looking for. We have 3 girls and 2 more on the way. Our girls are....

Lilith (Lily)
Mable (usually spelled Mabel)
Olive
and the twins will be Byrdie/Birdie (not sure on spelling) and we are throwing around Georgina for the other one.

Other names we have thought of for girls...

Willa
Clementine
Tess/Tessa
Juniper
Felicity
Coral
Opal
Pearl
Fern
Rosemary
Rose
Eleanor

HTH in some way!
post #24 of 67
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Flora
Fauna (actually, that one is kind of cool)
You forgot Merriweather! Sorry I couldn't help myself.

I thought of some more

Poppy
Penelope
Cora
Gemma
Pippa
Augusta
post #25 of 67
I did not read them all so sorry if repeats...

Meddow (there is a Meddow in Ds's preK and I love that name)

Crystal

Ruby

Opal

Emerald

Rain

Skye

Rose (That would have been Ds's name if he was a girl or even Rosemary or Roselynn)

Violet

Pearl

Daisy

Jade

Those are a few I can think of let us know what you choose
post #26 of 67
Here are a few that are real people that I know Meadows(someone else said Meddow), Surya(Sun) and my favorite Nora(my DD's name, which means "pure light"). I also know a guy named Yarrow-which was very close to being my name, it can be either.

Here's one nobody has said and I always though it would be a lovely girl name Arnica, nature-y and feminine.
post #27 of 67
Our DD is River. We're looking for another nature name for this next baby that we hope is also another girl. I'm loving this thread - lots of good ideas.
post #28 of 67
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Liliana
This is my dd's name (different sp though).
post #29 of 67
lilly
post #30 of 67
Ziva: means brightness/radiance, and is also the name of a beautiful, fragrant Daffodil that flowers very early in spring

Oh, and Surya is Sanskrit/Hindi for sun, but is masculine in gender.
post #31 of 67
Savannah
post #32 of 67
I just saw "Darjeeling Limited" and one of the towns in India was Dhelana. I thought that was a very pretty name and would be neat for a girl. I am assuming that it would be pronounced "Day-lohnuh".... though I'd throw it out there
post #33 of 67
April
May
Winter
Summer

I love all the other that have been posted
post #34 of 67
i wanted to second (or third...) variants of "Rose" and also Magnolia! in fact, i'm 90% sure that this lo is going to be Rosalie Magnolia. i also just remembered "Dahlia" which is a type of flower (we considered this one briefly this pregnancy).
post #35 of 67
LOVE some of these names! We've already got a girl name picked out if we have a girl (Lila Isabelle) but Fern was a favorite of mine in my last pregnancy. I still might change my mind and go with Katherine Fern (Kate). I have had 2 boys in a row so I've got lots of girls names built up!

I just love Victorian/nature/feminine names for girls
post #36 of 67
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Phoebe
---a bird and a moon goddess
my dd's name is Phoebe. I loved that it's nature-related, but not "too much" (i like "straight up" nature names for other people but just wouldn't choose them myself ), is used in mythology and is also elegant...

Other ideas:

Rain
or Reina (means "queen")

I love "Olivia" but it's getting quite popular over here...

Ashling or Aisling (pronounced the same) means dream or vision.

India
or Indira ("splendid")

Shalini/Shaleeni (means "modest" in Hindi)

Marina
or Marin (which is (also) the name of a specific southeast breeze/wind in France)

Ocean (Océane is popular among the french-speaking community here)... don't really like that one personally but just throwing it out there

Willow

Tahlia is a very nice one too (imo) and it means "lamb" or "heaven's dew"/"morning dew"
post #37 of 67
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Originally Posted by lovebug View Post
April
May
Winter
Summer

I love all the other that have been posted


LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE Summer and Winter : I may steal one of those!!!
post #38 of 67
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LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE Summer and Winter : I may steal one of those!!!
: i love the name Summer and i have a dear friend named Winter. April is another i like. Autumn is my FAV and it is also my FAV time of year! i did not put it on the list because someone already said it

you will have to let me know if you do use it so cute!
post #39 of 67
Wrenna (Old English), from which Wren is derived.

My DD's name is Wren.
post #40 of 67
Ivy

and I was going to say Willow also, but someone beat me to it!
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