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Nature Baby Names

Nature baby names come from several categories: flower names, tree names, water, weather, and animal names. The popularity of nature names has risen along with the green movement, which has made us more appreciative of all things connected with nature. We have also seen a rise in nature baby names as parents look for names beyond the usual first name boundaries. Here are some of the coolest nature baby names for girls and boys today.
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  • Fox

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    Fox is one animal name backed by a longish tradition, and then popularized via the lead character Fox Mulder on X Files . Fox is simple, sleek, and a little bit wild, and could make an interesting... Read More 

  • Gardener

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    Gardener is surely one of the most pleasant and evocative of the occupational options, calling up images of green grass and budding blooms. The name can also be spelled without the first ' e', as i... Read More 

  • Garland

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    Garland is fragrant and celebratory, and also has a celebrity-tribute tie to the star of The Wizard of Oz .  Read More 

  • Glen

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  • Grove

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    If you find Grover too fusty and furry, this is a much cooler-sounding alternative.  Read More 

  • Harbor

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    We've seen Haven take off as a nouveau girls' name; Harbor could follow in its wake.  Read More 

  • Hawk

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    Animal names are on the rise, especially more of the aggressive Hawk-Fox-Wolf variety than cute little Bunnys or Robins, and Hawk is a prime example. Hawk is more commonly heard as a surname, rep... Read More 

  • Huckleberry

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    Everybody knows Huckleberry Finn, the Mark Twain character named, Twain said, for the 19th century slang term for "humble." A few modern parents have put it on a birth certificate, including "Man ... Read More 

  • Iris

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    Iris is one of the bouquet of turn-of-the-last-century flower names that is gradually beginning to regain its appeal: it is now at the highest point it has been since 1956. Part of this is due to ... Read More 

  • Isle

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    Isla is newly popular, no why not Isle? Read More 

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