Zuzu

Zuzu seems to be a variant form of Zuza, the Czech and Polish nickname for Zuzana, itself the Czech and Slovak form of Susanna which is the Greek form of Hebrew name Shoshannah which means “lily”; it also means “rose” in modern Hebrew. It may ultimately be derived from Egyptian sšn meaning “lotus”. Zuzu is also a Chinese word or name meaning "full" … Continue reading Zuzu

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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

Lokelani

Lokelani is a Hawaiian female name meaning "rose flower" or "heavenly rose" from Hawaiian loke (rose) and lani (heavens, sky, royal, majesty). Roselani is an older form of the name. Origin: Hawaiian Variants: Roselani (Hawaiian)  

Croceus

Croceus comes from Latin meaning "saffron" and "golden, yellow". The word derives from Ancient Greek krókos (crocus, saffron) which may be from a Semitic origin or it may ultimately comes from Sanskrit kunkumam. Croceus's feminine form, Crocea, was the name of Julius Caesar's sword, Crocea Mors meaning "yellow death". Origin: Semitic, Sanskrit Variants: Crocus (Latin, English)   Female forms: Crocea (Latin, … Continue reading Croceus

Caleen

Caleen is a female given name though there wasn't much I could find on it. It could be a variant form of Calina, a variant spelling of Kalina, a Slavic female name meaning "guelder rose" or "viburnum tree" (the guelder rose is the common name for the viburnum), though it may also be a variant form of Callie, a short … Continue reading Caleen

Amaryllis

Amaryllis comes from Ancient Greek amarysso meaning "to sparkle" as well as the name of a flower, which symbolizes pride, determination, and radiant beauty in the language of flowers. The name is used in Virgil's Eclogues and Theocritus's Idylls. Origin: Ancient Greek Variants: Amarilis (Spanish)  

Yara

Yara is a female name with multiple origins and meanings: Yara is a Persian female name meaning "courage, strength, power" from Persian yâvar (strength, power), a cognate of Avestan zāvar (strength, power); it's also a Turkish word meaning "wound"; it's a Hebrew female name meaning "honeycomb" or "honeysuckle" though it may also be related to Hebrew ya'ar יַעַר meaning "forest, woods, woodland"; … Continue reading Yara

Sukey

Sukey originally came about as a nickname for Susan or Susannah, which comes from Hebrew name Shoshannah meaning “lily”; it also means “rose” in modern Hebrew. It may ultimately be derived from Egyptian sšn meaning “lotus”. It could also be a variant spelling of Tsuki, a Japanese word and name meaning "moon" (月) though it's also used as a karate term meaning "thrust" (突き). Suki … Continue reading Sukey

Honoka

Honoka is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "harmony; Japanese style; peace; soften; Japan + flower" (和花); "ear; ear (grain); head; crest (wave) + flower" (穂花); "ear; ear (grain); head; crest (wave) + incense; smell; perfume" (穂香); "sail + from; possessive article; whereupon; accordingly + incense; smell; … Continue reading Honoka