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Botanical Baby Names

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Botanical baby names have meanings related to plants and plant-life.Names with botanical meanings include flower names, tree names, herb names, fruit names, and names inspired by herbs, grasses, sprouts, and shrubs, such as Chloe and Bentley.

Along with Chloe and Bentley, other botanical names for babies in the US Top 1000 include Aspen, Briar, Daisy, Nash, Oliver, Rowan, Sylvie, and Zaria. Flower names have always been stylish for baby girls, but tree names are heating up for boys and girls. Among the many on-trend options are Acacius, Juniper, Magnolia, and Oak.

A plant-related baby name could be ideal for the child of a parent working in botany or horticulture, or one with a green thumb. Plant-related baby names come in a variety of styles, from vintage classics like Lily and Oliver to modern unisex names such as Laramie and Indigo. If you are searching for the perfect botanical name for your son or daughter, consider one of these from our master list.

  • Abeba

    The name Abeba is a girl's name meaning "flower". Palindromic name often heard in Ethiopia.Read More 

  • Abebe

    The name Abebe is a boy's name meaning "flower". Masculine variation of Abeba.Read More 

  • Abilene

    The name Abilene is a unisex name of English origin meaning "grass". Abilene is a rarely used place name, mentioned as such in the New Testament, that combines the cowboy spunk of the Texas city... Read More 

  • Acacia

    The name Acacia is a girl's name of Greek origin meaning "thorny". Acacia is an attractive, rarely used Greek flower name enhanced by its popular beginning-and-ending-with 'a'-construct, and is... Read More 

  • Acacius

    The name Acacius is a boy's name of Greek, Latin, Ancient_Languages/Civilizations origin meaning "thorny; or, innocent, not evil". Acacius is a Latinized form of the Ancient Greek Akakios and can... Read More 

  • Acer

    The name Acer is a boy's name . Acer is the Latin botanical name for the Maple tree. Where Maple feels quite feminine, Acer is a more masculine way to reference this tree.Read More 

  • Acker

    The name Acker is a boy's name of English origin meaning "meadow of oak trees". Acker is a surname name that has not seen much use to date, but given it's lush nature meaning (and the fact that... Read More 

  • Acton

    The name Acton is a boy's name of English origin meaning "village with oak trees". This name's buttoned-up British vibe is what makes it cool - that, and the fact that it was chosen by Anne... Read More 

  • Adair

    The name Adair is a unisex name of Scottish origin meaning "oak tree ford". Adair has flair, the grace of a Fred Astaire. It's a Scottish surname which came from the first name Edgar. ... Read More 

  • Aeron

    The name Aeron is a unisex name of Welsh origin meaning "berry". Aeron was possibly a minor Celtic god of war. Read More 

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