tree names help

Discussion in 'Baby Names' started by teddiebear_hu, Jan 28, 2011.

  1. teddiebear_hu

    teddiebear_hu Well-Known Member

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    Looking for suggestions of sweet, cute tree names for girls.

    So far I have...

    Aspen - I LOVE
    Willow - I really like
    Linden - I really like
    Rowan - I really like
    Oakleigh - I like
    Ashlyn - I like
    Laurel - I really like
    Aisley or Ainsley - I really like
    Sorrel - not sure
     
  2. kmumtobe

    kmumtobe Mummy to 2

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    Hazel? Olive? Apple? Cherri?
     
  3. CedarWood

    CedarWood Well-Known Member

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    Juniper - I love:flower:
     
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    odd_socks Long Term WTT

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    Willow - I LOVE it :D
     
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    mazee71 surprise #5

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    bloomfield Active Member

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    I know a little girl named Cedar. :)
     
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    newmama Well-Known Member

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    ooh, i like cedar.
     
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    caRISSasBump Well-Known Member

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    this i can help with, all 5 of my half sisters are named after trees!!
    Ayla
    Arlia
    Laurel
    Willow
    Acacia
     
  9. teddiebear_hu

    teddiebear_hu Well-Known Member

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    Thank you!

    My 12yo son has been telling me to add Acacia on the list for days. He will like seeing that someone else posted it.
     
  10. SammieGrace

    SammieGrace Well-Known Member

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    Here are a couple more:
    Camellia
    Dahlia
    Holly
    Alder
    Juniper
    Amber
    Cypress
    Tamryn
    Berkley
     
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    izzys_girl Well-Known Member

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    my nieces middle name is Willow. I would have loved for her have it for a first name :) but no, lol... and my cousin has a baby named Ansley... and her sister named her little girl Kinsley..(not a tree but cute)
     
  12. teddiebear_hu

    teddiebear_hu Well-Known Member

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    Too funny! I have loved the name Ainsley since I was in high school. Kinsley is on my long list.
     
  13. RubyRainbows

    RubyRainbows TTC Baby#2 Since Oct/2009

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    Out of your suggestions, i love Willow!

    Followed by: Aspen, Ashlyn, & Ainsley

    Out of other's suggestions, i love Hazel!

    Followed by: Dahlia, Amber, Holly (and i think Cypress could grow on me!)

    Another suggestion:

    Sylvia
    It is of Latin origin, and the meaning of Sylvia is "woods, forest". The Latin form Silvia was more popular for centuries until recently. Rhea Silvia was an ancient nature goddess, mother to the twin founders of Rome, Romulus and Remus. Shakespeare used the name Silvia for the love interest in his play "Two Gentlemen of Verona", probably intending to give the impression of a typical Italian girl though the name has come to be regarded as an English name.

    Variations: Silvana, Silvanna, Silvia, Silviana, Silvianne, Silvie, Sylva, Sylvana, Sylvanna, Sylvee, Sylviana, Sylvianne, Sylvie, Sylvina, Sylvonna.
     

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