Bloom

Bloom conjures up images of blooming flowers, something in the process of opening up and blossoming. It comes from Middle Low German blōme (to bloom, flower, blossom) from Proto-Germanic *blōmô (flower) which ultimately derives from Proto-Indo-European *bʰleh₃- (to bloom, to flower, to thrive). As a word it's also used to refer to someone in the 'bloom' of youth, someone who's flourishing … Continue reading Bloom

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Azhar

Azhar is an Arabic male name meaning "shining, bright, radiant" but also meaning "to blossom, to bloom" which both come from the same root word (z-h-r). Azhar is also an Arabic surname originating from the given name as well as being a short form of Azharuddin meaning "brilliant light of religion". Origin: Arabic Variants: Azharuddin (Arabic, … Continue reading Azhar

Florence

Florence comes from Latin Florentius and its feminine form Florentia which is derived from Latin florens meaning "flourishing, prospering, blossoming" from flos (flower) which ultimately comes from the Proto-Indo-European toot word *bʰleh₃- (bloom, flower). Although Florence is commonly used as a girl's name, it was also used as a boy's name. Florence is also the capital of Tuscany as well as a surname derived … Continue reading Florence

Fiora

Fiora is derived from Italian fiore meaning "flower" which is derived from Latin florem via Proto-Italic *flōs (flower, blossom) via Proto-Indo-European *bʰleh₃- (bloom, flower). Spelled Fíora it becomes an Irish word meaning "true" which comes from Old Irish fír (true, correct, real). Origin: Proto-Indo-European, Old Irish Variants: Fiore (Italian) unisex Fíora (Old Irish) Fiorella (Italian)   Male forms: Fiore (Italian) Fír (Old Irish) Fíor (Old … Continue reading Fiora

Momoka

Momoka is a Japanese female name with various meanings such as: 杏果 "apricot fruit", 百夏 "hundred summer", 桃華 "peach flower", 百花 "hundred flower", 桃花 "peach flower", 咲花 "blossom flower", and likely other meanings depending on the kanji used. Momo can also be used as a given name on its own, as well as used with … Continue reading Momoka