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post #41 of 67
These wouldn't necessarily be nature-y, but you'll find feminine names (lots ending with "a") if you search a baby names site using Latin as the language of origin (I'm at babynames.com searching for girl names right now, and I'm in the middle of the Latin ones, and thought of your thread ).
post #42 of 67
Rosemary
Willa
Aurora
post #43 of 67
eden
post #44 of 67
flora
post #45 of 67
I'm naming my child Fable if it's a girl, I find that very feminine, unique, and maybe not nature-y, but very hippyish!
post #46 of 67
i thought of some more...

Sky
Skyler
Stella
Anabella
Emma
Ella
post #47 of 67
I googled the latin and then the greek names (thanks for the idea Brisen!) and there are some great ones!
Here are 2 of the sites that have the meanings...
http://www.babynamenetwork.com/Baby-...Greek/girl.htm
http://www.babynamenetwork.com/Baby-...Latin/girl.htm

Deb

ETA this site is cool too!
http://babynamesworld.parentsconnect...ender5=2&page=
post #48 of 67
Valley
Mallory
River

And I have to ask why would someone go to the trouble of naming their child what I can only guess is intended to be Meadow but instead spell it wrong like that - as Meddow?

Seems to me if you are going for a flowery or nature theme, then you would use the actual spelling of the word to get the full effect.
post #49 of 67
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Originally Posted by MoonJelly View Post
Valley
Mallory
River

And I have to ask why would someone go to the trouble of naming their child what I can only guess is intended to be Meadow but instead spell it wrong like that - as Meddow?

Seems to me if you are going for a flowery or nature theme, then you would use the actual spelling of the word to get the full effect.

I know! She is a beautiful girl and her name suites her wonderfully! But it is like all the people switching up the spellings of every other name it is annoying! But people are really in to the "unique" spellings

I thought of a few more may be repeats if so sorry!


Magnoilia

Tulip

Star

Halo (I know it is not naturey but thought it sounded cute)
post #50 of 67
Many of these have already been mentioned, but some of my favorites:

Ember
Willow
Serena
Luna
River
Harmony
post #51 of 67
As a botany nerd, here are a few names that are both a plant genus and cute name together:
Veronica
Cassia
Erica (heather plants)
Azalea
Angelica
Calypso (an orchid)
Gilia
Melissa
Piper
Rosa (roses)
Tansy
Tilia
Tiquilia
Viola (violets)
Zea (corn)

Not genus names, but common plant names:
Amaryllis
Iris
Lupine
Peony
Petunia
Violet
Willow
Zinnia
post #52 of 67
Lavender
Fern
Sage
Cosmo
Topaz
Pansy
Lotus
Rise
Winter
Osha
Pheonix
Moss
post #53 of 67
I was looking in my baby name book earlier and thought of you when I ran into a name

Rainbow (could use Rain as a NN)
post #54 of 67
I've been revisiting this thread trying to come up with our girl name. We have a DD named River and I think DH and I are going with Kaia this time. It has a ton of meanings but the Greek meaning of it is Earth. It also means Willow which I thought was funny because I wanted to name this baby Willow but DH doesn't like that name. So Kaia is a nice compromise I think.
post #55 of 67
Gemma
Willa
Calla
Camille
Iris
June
Estella
post #56 of 67
I can't believe I haven't seen Acacia (ah-KAY-shah), it's my favorite girls name right not but a little too earthy to go with my other kids' names.

It's an ancient thorny tree used to build the arc of the covanant in the bible and historicly, the acacia tree symbolizes immortality and resurrection.

I think it's a lovely name with the perfect fem-and-tough combo and lots of nickname variants.
post #57 of 67
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Originally Posted by JennifaBest View Post
Many of these have already been mentioned, but some of my favorites:

Ember
Willow
Serena
Luna
River
Harmony
oh i just love Ember!
post #58 of 67
I didnt go through and read all the suggested names but theres a really beautiful little girls name a GF of mine used to babysit..

Epiphany
post #59 of 67
I love Freyja!
post #60 of 67
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Wrenna (Old English), from which Wren is derived.

My DD's name is Wren.
and my dd's name is wrenna! hello!
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