180+ Earthy Baby Names Inspired by Nature

Updated on July 2, 2018
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Mary is a mom of three who adores the natural beauty of the great outdoors.

Radiant Names for Your Little Nature Boy or Girl

Alas, I'm done bearing children. But if we could welcome just one more, I'd favor a name inspired by nature. Nature-inspired baby names are special but not "kooky." The best ones have a lovely organic quality without being over-the-top crunchy granola—not that there's anything wrong with granola! Here are some of the coolest nature baby names I've found, along with meanings and origins for the more unusual ones. They come from all sorts of natural elements—trees, flowers, stones, and more. Happy hunting, and in the likely event that you're expecting, congratulations!!

Nature Names for Boys

  • Adair: Gaelic word meaning "from the oak tree ford"
  • Ainsley: (Scottish) Hermitage wood or clearing
  • Alder: (German) Alder tree
  • Ash: Ash tree. Also associated with fire
  • Aspen: A poplar tree with heart-shaped leaves that quiver in the lightest breeze.
  • Aster: Greek word meaning "star"
  • Birk: Scottish for birch tree
  • Bryce: As in Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
  • Bryn: Welsh for hill
  • Briar: For the sweetbriar flower
  • Clay
  • Colm: (Gaelic) dove
  • Conall: (Irish/Scottish) wolf
  • Drake: (Middle English) dragon
  • Elm: Elm tree
  • Heath: (Old English) a moor
  • Huckleberry (Huck)
  • Hyacinth: Bulbous, fragrant flowers
  • Indigo: Dark blue tropical plant
  • Jasper: (English) a semiprecious stone
  • Jonquil: Small fragrant yellow flowers of the narcissus family
  • Juniper: An evergreen plant
  • Lake: Can be a girl or boy name
  • Lark: A small songbird
  • Oliver: Inspired by the olive tree or olive plant
  • Opal: A gemstone of varying colors on a dark background
  • Oriel: (Latin) from oriole (bird)
  • Pierce: (Welsh) rock
  • Reed: A tall plant that grows in marshy waters
  • River
  • Rowan: (English) type of tree
  • Sky: Can also be a lovely girl's name too
  • Spruce: Spruce tree; also means "neat" or "daper"
  • Terran: Earth
  • Vernon: Alder tree (also means springlike or full of life)
  • Wren: A small songbird
  • Yael: (Hebrew) ibex (type of mountain goat)

Nature Names for Girls

  • Amaranth: (Greek) A family of colorful plants and flowers
  • Amber: Fossilized tree resin with a golden color
  • Amethyst: Greek name meaning "against intoxication." It refers to the violet stone that the Greeks believed protected its owner from inebriation.
  • Auburn: Color of reddish-brown
  • Autumn: A lovely season with cool weather
  • Ava: Latin for bird
  • Azure: The blue color of clear sky
  • Beech: A large shade tree
  • Bianca: Italian for white
  • Brook(e): Tiny stream
  • Clementine: A small citrus fruit similar to the tangerine
  • Calla: Elegant flowers. In Greek, the name means "most beautiful"
  • Camellia: Gorgeous red, pink, or white flowers
  • Celeste: (Latin) celestial
  • Cerise: (French) cherry
  • Citron: (French) lemon
  • Daphne: (Greek) a laurel or bay tree
  • Ebony: In Egyptian, the name means "black"
  • Ember: Smoldering remains of a fire
  • Eira: (Welsh) snow
  • Emerald: A prized green gemstone
  • Estelle: (Latin) star
  • Hazel: A shrub with edible nuts; also the color of reddish-brown or greenish-brown
  • Heather: An evergreen shrub with pink or white flowers that thrives on peaty barren lands
  • Hollis or Holly: (Old English) holly tree
  • Ilana: (Hebrew) tree
  • Isla: (Scottish) island
  • Ivy: Climbing woody vines
  • Jade: A milky green gemstone
  • June: Associated with summertime and is known as the bridal month
  • Luna: (Latin) moon
  • Marina: (Latin) of the sea
  • Meadow: Field of grass
  • Neva: (Spanish) snow
  • Olive: Olive tree
  • Pearl: Rare and beautiful
  • Plum: A sweet fruit
  • Raine: Inspired by rain
  • Ruby: A red gemstone that is the birthstone of July.
  • Sapphire: A precious blue gemstone
  • Savannah: (Native America) open plain
  • Sierra: (Spanish) mountain
  • Stella/Stellan: (Latin) star
  • Talia: (Hebrew) morning dew
  • Terra: Earth
  • Viola: Name after the violet flower
  • Vana: (Polynesian) sea urchin
  • Varsha: (Hindu) a shower of rain
  • Yaelle: (Hebrew) ibex (type of mountain goat)

Flower Names for Girls and Boys

Acacia
Antonio or Anthony: from the Greek "anthos," meaning flower
Arnit: meaning "beautiful flower
Azealia
Begonia
Blossom
Bluebell
Clover
Dahlia: (Swedish) flower or valley
Daisy
Florent
Iris
Jarred: Hebrew for "rose"
Jasmine
Kunal: Sanskrit for "lotus"
Lily or Lillian
Lilac
Magnolia
Moss
Marigold
Oleander
Petal
Petunia
Primrose
Poppy
Quill
Senna
Susan
Rose
Rosemary
Tulip
Trevor: From Persian word "shatrevar," meaning flower.
Ursinia
Verbena
Violet
Watson
William (the Sweet William flower symbolizes gallantry)
Wisteria
Willow
Zinnia

Earthy Names

Clay
Dawn
Dusk
Twilight
Fern
Aurora
Aurelia
Elowen
Faye
Fleur
Atlas
Cove
Dylan
Dylan
Forrest
Kai
Parker
Wilder
Eden
Sandy
Rocky
Dusty
Moss
Geo
Source

Herb Names for Your Baby

Anise
Basil
Bay
Calendula
Caraway
Cicely
Coriander (Cory)
Curry
Dill
Fennel
Lavender
Marjoram
Myristica (Latin for nutmeg)
Piperita (peppermint)
Rosemary
Saffron

Tree and Plant Names

Adonis
Alberta
Vera (Aloe Vera)
Allysum
Apple
Arbor
Avens
Birch
Briony
Cedar
Columbine
Crimson
Cypress
Filbert
Hickory
Laurel
Linden
Vernal
Vinca
Yvette
Zelkova

Organic Baby Names

Aquitaine
Alaska
Arwen
Auberon
Avery
Coral
Celeste
Cyan
Citrine
Cliff
Firth
Flo
Faerie
Lyon
Leaf/Leif
Oceane
Pacific
Rain
Rush
Sandy
Summer
Sno
Star
Spring
Shade
Viridis
Winter

Find Name Inspirations the Old Way

Online tools are wonderful, but there's something satisfying about keeping a dog-eared baby name book on the nightstand while you're expecting. The book A World of Baby Names is the one our family used, and we've loaned it to our friends and family members who all love it as well. It's super inclusive. As a tip, expect spirited debates with your other half.

Celebrity baby names inspired by nature

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      Willow 

      25 hours ago

      Love ur names...lol one is mine

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      Lele 

      7 weeks ago

      LeLe my grandbaby

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      Charlotte 

      2 months ago

      We called our girl Ember.

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      Anonymous 

      2 months ago

      I have always loved the name Williow and Oakley for a girl and hen Rowan and Ash for boys I don’t know even since I liked the name willow I want to name my future children after trees ikow it sounds weird but there really pretty names

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      CDBeee 

      3 months ago

      I may become Poppy. I like it. I always liked Violet when I was very small, wanted to name my baby that (I didn't because I don't like it as much as an adult, my daughter probably thanks me for that! ha!!).

      I don't have any family left, my dad passed, then mom, then my only sibling, one of my kids, first husband, and all my grandparents. I kind of want a new name, I feel like I need to be someone new because I am an orphan of sorts now.

      No feeling sorry - it is just how life rolls sometimes, the only reason I mentioned the passings is to illustrate my need/desire to 'rebrand' myself to something I pick now.

      Names are really incredibly interesting, I think.

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      Isabel 

      3 months ago

      I want to rename myself olive or pheonix but i cant chose

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      Sequoia 

      3 months ago

      I have a tree name my sons name is hunter and my newborn girl is Dakota

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      NoName 

      3 months ago

      Love these names! I'm writing a fiction book with dryads, satyrs, etc. and these names are just perfect! I selected a unique Greek name, Amaranth. Thank you so much!!!

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      Waspinator 

      4 months ago

      I would never name my kids these names im here for a pet

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      Anonymous 

      4 months ago

      Kimmy,

      Sorry, but I pity your poor children. Sky is fine, but Ocean...Reign....Storm....what the heck?

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      Kimmy 

      4 months ago

      I have 2 girl Skyy and boy Ocean I am looking for a third not sure of the sex but I'm either going with reign or storm!

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      Alyssa 

      5 months ago

      You did not name your daughter Pussy. I do not by it, that’s just mean.

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      Pussy?!?! 

      8 months ago

      You really named your daughter Pussy? She is going to be ridiculed for life. Sorry, but that's the truth.

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      Sky 

      8 months ago

      My real life name is Sky Blu…so yeah…not a common name…I got a lot of comments on it

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      Stacy Mcgrady 

      8 months ago

      Great list! We just named our daughters (twin girls!) Willow and Pussy. Willow is named after my mother and Pussy like the pussy willow tree, both family names and nicknames. So far we've received great reactions about the name, everyone loves it! I'd love to see it on this list!

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      Noname 

      8 months ago

      I like, Sahara :)

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      Anonymus 

      11 months ago

      I have a few to suggest, but I noticed that Starling is not on the list.

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      MarloByDesign 

      3 years ago from United States

      Thanks for the ideas and rated 'Useful'.

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      williamslaw 

      4 years ago

      Wonderful list of names. Two of my daughters have nature-inspired names.

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      AmyLOrr 

      4 years ago

      This is such a lovely lens. I am a writer and I am always falling in love with names. It was so hard to choose a favourite, so I chose seven - ones I had heard of before and loved...

      Adair, Aspen, Bay, Conell, Reed, Talia, and Wren :)

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      MJ Martin aka Ruby H Rose 

      5 years ago from Washington State

      Great list, too many favorites I can't choose

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      TanoCalvenoa 

      5 years ago

      I seriously like this. I have four daughters, and we try to pick unusual but beautiful names. Some on this list are so great, I'm going to save this page to refer to if we have another.

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      merfzel 

      5 years ago from Atlanta, GA

      My daughter's name it on here: Sierra :)

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      Stephanie 

      5 years ago from Canada

      There are some great names on here. I'm not a fan of really super unique names because the kid has to live with it, but there are some really nice nature ones that aren't too out there. I would suggest Sequoia (not sure of spelling), like the tree. I met someone with that name and it was really nice.

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      Birthday Wishes 

      5 years ago from Here

      It is so hard to choose... I like many of the names that you shared! Thanks a lot for sharing this great lens!!!

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      markkruzan 

      5 years ago

      Thanks! I really like your lens. It's very nice. I am using babynology.com - It has a gigantic list of cute, unique or uncommon baby names along with meaning and origin. The website understands that baby names are ever changing in trend.

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      Mary 

      5 years ago from Chicago area

      @anonymous: Lovely choices!

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      anonymous 

      5 years ago

      How about Teva. It means nature in Hebrew. Shoshana means lily or rose in Hebrew. I would want to name my child a nature based name in Hebrew. So beautiful!

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      Mary 

      5 years ago from Chicago area

      @anonymous: that's a lot to live up to -- but pretty cool sounding!

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      anonymous 

      5 years ago

      Atlas is a great name to add!(:

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      SteveKaye 

      5 years ago

      Brilliant idea for a unique lens.

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      anonymous 

      5 years ago

      beautiful names you have here

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      Mary 

      5 years ago from Chicago area

      @anonymous: my friend used it for her son - very nice

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      anonymous 

      5 years ago

      I prefer Rowan as a boys name...a strong tree with magical healing powers.

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      dessertlover 

      5 years ago

      Oh I just love so many of these! Ruby, Lily, Sage... all so pretty. We named our puppy Luna as well :)

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      Mary 

      5 years ago from Chicago area

      @Aunt-Mollie: didn't know those were nature inspired! but yes, the reason they are perennially popular is that they're great names :) thanks for the visit.

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      Aunt-Mollie 

      5 years ago

      The name 'Adam' from the Bible means 'red earth.' The name 'Jonah' means 'dove.'

      I've always liked those two names for boys.

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      Sharon Berry 

      5 years ago from Michigan

      I do like some of these names but didn't use any of them to name my children. Isn't it funny how some children just fit their names.

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      OrganicMom247 

      5 years ago

      A wide selection of names here. Great lens.

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      Mary 

      5 years ago from Chicago area

      @ChroniclesofaWa: An X nature name would be wonderful! I just need to find one. Any suggestions??

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      ChroniclesofaWa 

      5 years ago

      Rowan. I like the sound of that name. My daughter's name starts with the letter "X". It fascinates a lot of people too. So I was hoping there would be a name that starts with it in your list. :)

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      Mary 

      5 years ago from Chicago area

      @MadameJoy: I agree!!

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      MadameJoy 

      5 years ago

      Love this list and my daughter's name is on the list: Ruby. It is the perfect name for her, and gets better all the time. It's so nice giving your daughter a name that so many people comment on how cool it is. Definitely helps to boost her confidence.

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      Mary 

      5 years ago from Chicago area

      @anonymous: that is a cool name!!

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      anonymous 

      5 years ago

      I have a friend with a little boy named Summit. I really like that. I've never seen it on a name list or heard it anywhere else.

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      NibsyNell 

      5 years ago

      Talia is such a lovely name. Great lens. :)

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      Mary 

      5 years ago from Chicago area

      @anonymous: nice one!

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      anonymous 

      5 years ago

      @anonymous: I love Canyon for a boy

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      I have a couple to add to your list. My own children are called Timber (girl), Rush (boy) and Fox (boy). I'm looking for inspiration for another boy's name, just in case we're blessed again :)

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      getmoreinfo 

      6 years ago

      I like these Baby Names Inspired by Nature

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      Linda Jo Martin 

      6 years ago from Post Falls, Idaho, USA

      I love these nature names! I used to have a huge collection of baby names...

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      KReneeC 

      6 years ago

      So many to choose from. But Willow is definitely on the top of my list

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      earthybirthymum 

      6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      So many beautiful names. I really like names that are inspired by nature. many blessings

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      Laychee 

      6 years ago

      My favorite are Terra and Celeste. I'm from Slovenia (beautiful country in Europe which gets confused with Slovakia a lot) and we have this vine that's called Teran - it's almost black and sort of thick - reminds me of the land it came from. Anyhow, I learned Spanish and I can see the meaning in some names. I like them a lot :)

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      Ashly Rain 

      6 years ago

      What a great idea for a lens. I like a lot of the names but Summer might be one of my favorites.

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      erin-elise 

      6 years ago

      P.S. I like your lens, it was really good. Liked and Blessed.

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      erin-elise 

      6 years ago

      My favorites are Willow and Violet. But, of course, they're my favorite because those are my 9-year-old twin daughters' names. I love nature names!

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      @verymary: No Problem :) Was it really that obvious? At least, I didn't say Katniss or Peeta.

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      Genesis Davies 

      6 years ago from Guatemala

      We opted to go with literary names, but I have always loved nature names, too! I wanted to name a girl Savannah Rose, but we only had boys!

      I'm a writer though, and we always need names for characters, so I'm bookmarking your page to come back to the next time a character needs a name.

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      Mary 

      6 years ago from Chicago area

      @joannalynn lm: I love Neva & Isla too. Heck, I love this whole list. So sorry for your loss, but obviously you are blessed, too, with those wonderful TALL boys! Thanks for stopping by :)

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      joannalynn lm 

      6 years ago

      Ah, these are beautiful! I wanted a daughter, but my Mom said I'd have an entire basketball team before I'd have a daughter (my boys are tall...all 6'5"). I had problems with my last, and had a hysterectomy, but I might have kept trying for that daughter. I lost one, a boy too. Not that I don't dearly love my boys. My oldest is Clay, who is on your list :). Colton, my youngest means hedgerow, Clay means of the earth. Clay's middle name is Dean, and Dean means leader, so leader of the earth. I didn't know that until later :). So, I want through and made a list of the names I like, and I came up with 12! I narrowed it down to four: Neva, Jonquil, Ilana, and Isla.

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      Melissa Miotke 

      6 years ago from Arizona

      If my son had been a daughter I had been thinking of using the name Rain. Beautiful lens!

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      IntoMars LM 

      6 years ago

      The names are fantastic! My favorite is Vernon. Good job on the lense too :)

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      Mary 

      6 years ago from Chicago area

      @anonymous: glad you enjoyed! I went to school with a Basil too!

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      Wow, loved this! Some of these names are just so pretty. I have extra ones for the list too, Basil and Popuri. I knew people in high school with those names.

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      coolmon2009 lm 

      6 years ago

      Enjoyed reading your lens; I like the topic and the layout you choose.

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      Mary 

      6 years ago from Chicago area

      @anonymous: Hunger Games fan, eh? Thx for the ideas :)

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      anonymous 

      6 years ago

      I have some extra ones. Primrose, Rue, Lennox & Brynn.

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      donisk 

      6 years ago

      I love your lenses...interesting...if you understand bahasa then you can use mine as well http://www.squidoo.com/nama-bayi-unik

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      Mary 

      6 years ago from Chicago area

      @CoeGurl: It reminds me of Charlotte's Web, and therefore I like it too! :)

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      Mary 

      6 years ago from Chicago area

      @poldepc lm: I love that name!

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      poldepc lm 

      6 years ago

      my daughter Sarah seconds nam = Iris... :)

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      CoeGurl 

      6 years ago from USA

      I like Fern. I had an Aunt Fern.

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      ElectricCarBuff 

      6 years ago

      I like the name Talia. Very pretty

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      Mary 

      6 years ago from Chicago area

      @tvyps: Interesting point! I think it's a balance. Often kids don't like their unusual names growing up -- until they get to college, when they love being original. As far as career, I think maybe that depends on vocation. It's hard to picture a "Saffron" or "Sage" getting elected president, maybe, but hired as a graphic designer? Sure! [ and don't forget that book Push, by Sapphire ;) ]

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      Teri Villars 

      6 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      I read something a while back that with names that were not standard, it was putting our children at a disadvantage. There was a study done that showed that kids with the standard names were picked for jobs, etc. before the kids that had unorthodox names. It may be cool for the parents but always remember your kid has to walk through life with these names. People like Johnny Depp don't have to worry because their kids will have an advantage because of their parents. Blessed!

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      Afteretc 

      6 years ago

      wow, i had no idea my name meant Yew Tree. wow! thanks!

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      Lovely! Best wishes :)

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      agoofyidea 

      7 years ago

      There were some great names on this list. I like the ones that sound like real names. Rose is better than Petunia. Great lens.

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      Renaissance Woman 

      7 years ago from Colorado

      I love nature names. Wonderful idea for a lens. One of my choices would be Kaede, which is Japanese for maple leaf.

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      Nany Palacio 

      7 years ago

      wow too many nature names! great resource, beautiful lens!

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      Mary 

      7 years ago from Chicago area

      @momsfunny: Congrats on the puppy!

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      momsfunny 

      7 years ago

      This was so cool to find, I am getting a new puppy and have been looking for names, this helped.

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      KimGiancaterino 

      7 years ago

      I like a lot of the names you've suggested!

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      babyfavors1 

      7 years ago

      So nice.i didn't know about this.thanks for share

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      anonymous 

      7 years ago

      AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA+++++++++++++++. Nice Squid Lens. Chris

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      Mary 

      8 years ago from Chicago area

      @KokoTravel: well, it's subjective, I think -- a name you might think is negative to me might be beautiful, or vice versa. often it's about whether you've known someone in the past with a particular name, and what that person was like :)

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      KokoTravel 

      8 years ago

      Names are so powerful... have you come across some names that you can immediately associate a personality trait with... I know that I certainly have my list of names that I would never want to name a child because of the personality that seems to go with it.

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      squid-pinkchic18 

      8 years ago

      Cute concept for a lens, I love it! I featured it on my "Eco-friendly baby tips" lens.

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      squid-janices7 

      8 years ago

      Really?? - someone named their kid "Peaches". That poor kid!!!!!! And I thought Gwyneth was a bit crazy for going with "Apple". Fun lens and thanks for lensroll.

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