Nature Names – Letter A

So many cool names here. 🙂 I really like amarantha and Azalea. I remember that when I was younger I wanted to call my future daughter Amarantine in honour of Enya’s album, and then I realised there is a name amarantha and fell in love with it. I also love our Polish form of Azalea, which is azalia, though it’s rarely used as a name.
Which are your favourites?

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tbangirls (1)Acacia
A shrub in the mimosa family.
Greek meaning thorny.

Alder
A tree in the birch family
Dutch surname meaning son of Aldert.

Amarantha
A family of colorful plants and flowers
From the Greek amarantos meaning unfading.

Amber
Golden fossilized tree resin.
Amber became popular in jewelry during the 19th century.

Ash
A tree name. May also be short form of Asher meaning fortunate and blessed.

Aspen
A tree with heart-shaped leaves as well as a place name

Autumn
The season between Summer and Winter.
From the Latin word autumnus meaning autumn or fall

Azalea
A Hebrew flower name.

Which of these names would you use for your little one?

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2 thoughts on “Nature Names – Letter A”

    1. Oh, you are a synaesthete too? :O Great! My synaesthetic association with Acacia are simply acacia tree leaves and the sound of leaves on the wind, so more logical than my synaesthetic associations usually are. 😀 Acacia is lovely, so graceful, lively and girly, and I live now at the street that’s literally called Acacia Tree Street so that’s another reason why I like this name.

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