F names, Male, Nature, Proto-Indo-European, Surname names, Virtues/Attributes


Florian comes from Roman cognomen Florianus, via Ancient Roman Florus meaning “flower” which comes from Latin flos (blossom, flower) derived from PIE root word *bʰleh₃- (bloom, flower). Florian is also a surname originating from the given name.

Origin: Proto-Indo-European



  • Florianus (Ancient Roman)
  • Florus (Ancient Roman)
  • Florinus (Late Roman)
  • Florin (Romanian)
  • Floro (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese)
  • Fiorino (Italian)
  • Fiorello (Italian)
  • Fiore (Italian)
  • Fiorenzo (Italian)
  • Florijan (Croatian)
  • Floriano (Italian)
  • Flor (Catalan, Russian)
  • Florián (Spanish)
  • Florencio (Spanish)
  • Flórián (Hungarian)
  • Florien (French)
  • Florin (Romanian)
  • Floro (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese)


Female forms:

  • Flora (English, German, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese)
  • Florina (Late Roman, Romanian, Spanish, Dutch)
  • Florinda (Spanish, Portuguese)
  • Fleur (French, Dutch, English)
  • Fleurette (French, Dutch, English)
  • Florine (French)
  • Florette (French)
  • Flóra (Hungarian)
  • Fflur (Welsh)
  • Fiora (Italian)
  • Fiore (Italian)
  • Fiorella (Italian)
  • Floriana (Italian, Ancient Roman)
  • Floor (Dutch)
  • Floriane (French)
  • Florianne (French)
  • Flor (Spanish, Portuguese)
  • Florencia (Spanish)
  • Florence (English)
  • Florenza (Italian, Spanish)
  • Fiorenza (Italian)


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