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Gender: Female Origin of Strawberry: Fruit name

Strawberry Origin and Meaning

The name Strawberry is a girl's name .

Another entry in the fruit name category, this one borne by writer Strawberry Saroyan, granddaughter of William, so named by her hippie parents. While fruit names may become more familiar, they'll never pass without comment -- but maybe that's what you're looking for.

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Raincove Says:

2019-06-07T13:26:36

This is a terrible name for a human being. For a pet dog/cat/bird/goldfish/etc it could be nice though

I'm a Banana Says:

2018-02-02T21:50:09

I am commonly put with strawberries in fruit smoothies.

CookieCrumbs Says:

2017-05-02T08:21:11

I was researching the etymology behind the word "strawberry" the other day, and apparently it was originally "earth-berry" but when it was translated, it somehow ended up being strawberry (possibly because strawberries grow in straw length grass). Kinda like Pineapple and Annanas. Ditch the original word and make up an English one.

NameLover 11 Says:

2017-04-24T15:53:16

At first I thought that this was REALLY weird, but hey it might be cute. As a nickname..

paulapuddephatt Says:

2016-11-29T20:05:11

We called a boy at school this to make fun of him because it rhymed with his name - which was Aubrey, in the days when that was a boys' name...! 😀

beachbear Says:

2016-11-19T22:58:47

Strawberry fields forever

alyssum Says:

2016-09-01T22:53:51

...Is this a local slang term? It sounds oddly familiar, but I don't think I've ever heard someone use the word "strawberry" that way.

alyssum Says:

2016-09-01T22:50:50

On the one hand, it's surprisingly cute.

On the other, I've seen this name used twice (once in a Bond movie, once in real life), and in both cases the girl's/woman's last name was "Fields," and in neither case was Ms. Strawberry Fields particularly happy about being used as a Beatles reference.

lesliemarion Says:

2016-06-21T01:45:38

Perfect for the Strawberry Moon on this Summer Solstice, 2016 - first full moon on this solstice in 50 years!

Nicole4383 Says:

2016-05-23T21:53:33

Strawberry is a slang term for a girl who exchanges sex for drugs. This is not something you should name a child.

Impwood Says:

2016-02-13T10:08:30

Imagine growing up with the name Strawberry.
I don't like to say this, but if I had been named Strawberry, I would change it as soon as I reached majority to something sensible.

Hailey Says:

2016-01-19T16:08:13

This is what you name your dog, your horse, or your parakeet. Not your child.

snowsbeloved Says:

2015-09-25T07:30:34

Nickname-yes. Strawberry Shortcake, anyone? Legal name- no.

itshelenh_ Says:

2015-08-11T01:23:13

Who the heck would name their child this?

Guest Says:

2014-12-15T02:25:50

I feel like I can't be too judgmental of this stupid name because I love "Blue Ivy" and remember when everyone thought that name was so out there? But come on. Don't be evil. Imagine applying for a job as Strawberry Smith or something. It sounds like a stripper. I'm like Katie Hopkins about this stuff. If a kid has a crazy name like this I judge, I'm sorry. I like unique, not stupid.

Corinth Says:

2014-12-15T02:15:59

This was a nickname of mine in school, so for me it works.

bootsie Says:

2014-12-15T01:05:06

i dunno, I think there is a charm to it, it is weird though.

Zoey_Artemisia Says:

2014-10-11T04:01:43

Seems like a ridiculous name to me. Just imagine

"Such a cute baby! What's its name?"

"Strawberry"

"......oh"

strawberrydino Says:

2014-10-01T21:22:36

Lol that's my username! (given that I've added "dino" at the end of it..)

mabespark Says:

2014-08-11T01:24:38

Interesting. I don't know, though.

Theodora_Phoenix Says:

2014-04-25T23:43:02

Wow! You like my favorite names! I love Petal, Tulip, Blossom and Forever! But I kinda like Strawberry too. Maybe it's because I'm just a teenager.

raevynstar Says:

2014-04-07T20:06:07

I like Peach (as a nickname),and I like Blossom. I like Petal, Tulip, and Forever. But this is just too weird......