An herb and Greek name meaning regal.
A name that brings to mind aquatic images, Bay has Latin roots meaning berry, a nature name through and through.
Surfs up! This one may be best in the middle name spot.
Do you like flower names? Begonia is an unusual choice for the gorgeous flower.
So Beach is for the water babies and now we have Beech for the forest babes!
Beech trees are part of the fagaceae family.
Berry berry cute! I love Berry as a middle name. As a child of the 80’s and 90’s I can’t help but see this one and think of Strawberry Shortcake sheets.
Don’t you just love those white-bark branches? This one-syllable name is strong in sound and imagery.
The flowering part of a plant and the coming-of-age 1990’s television show.
This flower name is on many name-lover’s guilty pleasure lists. Split this name up and nicknames Blue and Bell make it easy to wear.
Hard to see this one and not think of Justin Timberlake in Trolls.
Branch our with this sturdy nature name.
English for a thorny patch, this one is also associated with Sleeping Beauty who went by the alias “Briar Rose.”
Often overlooked due to Brooks and Brooke’s popularity. This babbling water name is a great choice.
A Latin flower name meaning to sprout. The spelling Briony was used in the film and book Atonement.
It’s hard not to think of The Princess Bride for this quirky, cute flower name.
Which of these names would you use for your little one?