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Gender: Female Origin of Berry: Nature name

Berry Origin and Meaning

The name Berry is a girl's name .

With the recent arrival of fruit names like Apple and Plum, this more traditional example, symbolic of fertility, might rise in popularity. Photographer Berry Berenson was born Berinthia.

And...inspired by us... a babyberry was actually named Berry!

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Pop Culture References for the name Berry

Berri, Berrie, Berree

Comments

MissHenty Says:

2020-01-30T16:52:15

I think of it as a boys name

MissHenty Says:

2020-01-30T16:52:02

I agree. I think of it as a boys name. Like Perry

MissHenty Says:

2020-01-30T16:51:40

I think of Berry as a definite Boys name

paulapuddephatt Says:

2017-03-05T16:23:34

Berry and Apple are "out there" but can still work. Cherry is fine. The rest on this list, ought to be avoided. We did call lineolated parakeets Apple and Pear, but Gwyneth Paltrow went one "better", by calling a child Apple. It would be more usable as a nickname, on the whole - but is quite cute.

Baby Name Addict Says:

2016-09-03T10:20:04

Such a sweet name! I think of Berry as the sister of Winter. I don't think it suits a boy, and I don't think many other fruits make good names, but this one is awesome.

berry_chick Says:

2015-10-11T21:27:41

Some fruit names aren't THAT bad. It really just depends.

Piety Says:

2015-03-16T03:08:07

I absolutely adore this name! Never mind the fruit and the whimisical, wholesome image it conjures up, as that’s just a pleasant bonus — what I really love is the sound. It’s so precious and polished at once, so splendid on the tongue and sweet on the ears, like a softer version of ‘Mary.’ ‘Thierry’ and ‘Perry’ are also quite wonderful, but they don’t come close to Berry in my book.

Berry Says:

2015-01-08T21:44:03

I've had the name Berry for 32 years and it has served me very well. It's my great grandmother's maiden name. I was not named after fruit.

MaryKathryn Says:

2015-01-07T16:24:12

I somewhat agree, but I say if you can pull it off then wear it proudly.

Guest Says:

2014-06-16T03:22:57

No. No Berry, Cherry, Strawberry, Banana, Plum, Apple, Blueberry, Kumquat, Tomato, Raspberry, Pomegranate, etc. just NO