Nature

Quick Guides:
Female names: Directions, Elements, Flowers, Fruits and edibles, Herbs, Metals, Seasons, Stones, Plants, Trees, Ocean, Weather, Other,
Male names: Directions, Elements, Flowers and plants, Fruits and edibles, Seasons, Stones, Trees, Ocean, Weather, Other,
Both

Female Names

Directions

East:
Asia: greek: East
Esta: italian: From the East
Orianna/Oria: jewish-latin: Orient or the East
Purva: hindu: East
North:
Kita: japanese: North
South:
Dacey: gaelic: Southerner
Mina: japanese: South
Minami: japanese: South
West:

Elements

Air:
Aeris: latin: Wind
Aura: latin: Air; breeze, wind
Aure: greek: Breeze, soft-air
Canace: latin: Child of the wind
Hava: persian: Air
Isaura (ee-sor-uh): greek: Soft air
Makani: hawaiian: Wind
Mapuana (mah-poo-ah-nah): hawaiian: Wind-blown fragrance
Meltem: turkish: Breeze
Naseelah: muslim: Zephry; Fragrant or cool breeze
Sabba: muslim: Eastern wind, zephr
Tadewi (tah-deh-weh): native american: Wind
Earth:
Adamina: hebrew: Daughter of the Earth
Aerith: latin: Earth
Ajala: hindu: The earth
Afra: arabian: Color of earth
Avani: hindu: Earth
Azalea: latin: Dry earth
Bhuvana: hindu: The earth
Dharini : hindu: Earth
Dhatri: hindu: Earth
Eartha: welsh: The earth
Ela: hindu: Earth
Gaia (jee-ah): greek: Earth
Ila: hindu: Earth, daughter of Manu
Kaia (kah-ee-ah): greek: Earth
Mahkah: native american: Earth
Nuna: native american: Land
Onatah: native american: Corn spirit, daughter of the earth
Tierra (tee-er- uh): spanish: Earth, land
Urvi: hindu: Earth
Vasudhara: hindu: Earth
Zola: italian: Ball of earth
Fire:
Aithne: celtic: Little fire
Anala: indian: Fire
Ardere (ar-deer-ree): latin: Fire
Candace: greek: White-hot fire, incandescent
Edana: celtic: Zealous, fiery
Edna: gaelic: Little fire
Ember: old english: Smoldering remains of a fire
Hadan: native american: Fiery
Kalama: hawaiian: Flaming torch
Luighseach (las-a-ree-nuh): irish: Flame wine
Neci (nay-see): latin: Intense, fiery
Pusula: latin: Anthony's fire
Pyrena: greek: Fiery, fire
Shikha: hindu: Flame
Shula: arabian: Flaming, bright
Sorcha: welsh: Bright fire
Souzan: persian: Burning, fire
Water:
Ambu: hindu: Water
Aquata/Aqua: latin: Water
Jeevika: hindu: Water
Naia/Naiad: greek: To flow; Water
Namazzi (nah-mah- chee): ugandan: Water
Nirvelli: tudas indian: Water child
Salila: hindu: Water
Tallulah: native american: Leaping water
Waitilanni: native american: Wonder water
Whitney: english: From clear water

Flowers

Akina: japanese: Spring flower
Amarante: french: Flower name
Anthea: greek: Lady of flowers
Area: latin: Flower-bed
Asoka: hindu: Non-sorrow flower
Ayana: ethiopian: Beautiful flower
Ayiana: american indian: Eternal bloom
Azhar: arabian: Flowers
Calantha: greek: Beautiful blossoms
Caltha: latin: Yellow flower
Camelai: latin: A flower name
Chameli: hindu: A creeper with flowers
Chloe: greek: Blooming; Flowering
Dianthe (dee-ahn-thuh): greek: Divine flower
Eranthe (ee-ran-thuh): greek: Spring flower
Erianthe (ehr-ee-anth): greek: Sweet as many flowers
Evanthe (ee-vanth-ee): greek: Flower
Filiz: turkish: Bud, sprout
Fiorenza (fee-ohr-en-zah): italian: Flower
Florence: latin: Blooming
Floria: latin: Flower garden
Hana: japanese: Flower, blossom
Hua: chinese: Flower
Iona: greek: Flower name
Jessenia: arabian: Flower
Juhi: hindu: A flower
Kalanit (kah-lah-neet): isreali: Flower name
Kamilia: slavic: Sweet flower
Ketaki: hindu: A cream coloured flower
Kunda: hindu: Name of a flower
Kusuma: hindu: Flower
Kusumita: hindu: Blossomed
Lore (loh-reh): basque: Flower
Malti: hindu: Small fragrant flower
Mansi: hopi indian: Plucked flower
Nawaar (nah-wair): muslim: Blossom, flower
Nitzah/Nizah: hebrew: Flower bud
Nitzana: hebrew: Blossom
Noxochicoztli (noh-show-chee-OHTZ-li): aztec: My necklace of flowers
Nura: muslim: Blossom, flower
Parul: indian: A flower
Peony: greek: Flower name
Shakufa: persian: Opening bud
Tiara (tee-ahr- uh): greek: Flower name
Xochicotzin (show-chee-COHT-zin): aztec: Little neckace of flowers
Xochiquetzal (show-chee-kayt-ZAL): aztec: Most beautiful flower, or plumed flower
Xochiyotl (show-chee-YOH-tl): aztec: Heart of a gentle flower
Zahara: swahili: Flower
Zahira: muslim: Blooming flower
Zahra/Zahara (zayr-uh): muslim: Flowers
Zaza: arabic: Flowery
Zinia: english: Brilliant flower
Jasmine:
Faghira (fah-geer-rah): muslim: Jasmine Flower
Jasmine: persian: Jasmine flower
Jessamine (jes-ah-min): old french: Jasmine
Malati: hindu: Jasmine
Yasmin (yahs-meen): middle eastern: Jasmine
Lily/Lotus:
Ambuja: hindu: Lotus
Kamala: hindu: Lotus
Kanwal: muslim: Water lily
Kumud: hindu: Lotus
Lelia: welsh: Lily
Lien (lee-ehn): chinese: Lotus
Lilja (leel-yah): finnish: Lily
Lillian: latin: Lily
Lotus: greek: dreamlike, lotus flower
Mrinalini: hindu: Stem of lotus
Nalini: hindu: Lotus
Neeraja: hindu: Lotus flower
Neerja: indian: Lotus flower
Nelofar: muslim: Lotus, water lily
Nilfer: turkish: Water lily/lotus
Padma: hindu: Lotus
Pankaja: hindu: Lotus
Ren: japanese: Water lily or lotus
Saroja: hindu: Lotus
Susan: hebrew: Lily
Varija: hindu: Lotus
Yuri: japanese: Lily
Zambaka: turkish: Lily
Zuza: czech: Graceful lily
Zuzanny: hebrew: Lily
Rose:
Akasma: turkish: White climbing roses
Gulbarg (gool-bargh): persian: Rose-petal
Guldali (gool-dahly): turkish: Rose twig
Gulfiliz: turkish: Rose sprout, rose bud
Gulirana: persian: Lovely Rose
Gulseren: turkish: Spreading roses
Gulshan/Gulistan: persian: Rose garden
Kalika/Kalyca (kah-lee-kuh): greek: Rosebud
Lokelani: hawaiian: Small red roses
Nasreen: muslim: White rose, Jerico rose; Joniquil
Rasine: polish: A rose
Raizel/Razil/Raisa: jewish-yiddish: Rose
Rhoda: hebrew: Rosy, roses
Rhodanthe (rhoh-dahn-thee): greek: Flower of the rose bush
Rosa: latin: Rose
Rosalind: spanish: Pretty rose
Rosanne: latin: Gracious rose
Rose: latin: Rose bush; the flower rose
Shoshona: hebrew: Rose
Violet/Lilac:
Avivit: hebrew: Lilac
Ianthe (ee-anth): greek: Violet-colored flower
Iolanthe (ee-oh-lan-theh): french: Violet
Jolan (yoh-lahn): hungarian: Violet blossom
Jolanta (yoh-lahn-tah): polish: Violet blossoms
Leylak: turkish: Lilac
Menekse (mehn-ehks-ee): turkish: Violet flower
Sigliah (sig-ligh-yah): hebrew: Violet
Violet: latin: Violet flower
Yolanda: latin: Violet flower
Other:
Ah Lam: chinese: Like an orchid
Anemone: greek: Windflower
Ayame: japanese: Iris
Bakula: hindu: Nagakeshar flower
Cliantha: greek: Flower of glory
Clover: anglo-saxon: Clover-blossom
Cynara: greek: Thistle
Elodie: greek: Marshy, white blossom
Enola: native american: Magnolia
Giancinta (jah-seen-tah): italian: Hyacinth
Gulnar: muslim: Pomegranate flower
Heather: old english: Heather; wild flower
Hyacinth: greek: Hyacinth flower
Iris: turkish: Iris flower
Jacinthe (zhah-sinth): greek: Hyacinth
Jakinda: basque: Hyacinth
Kardelen: turkish: Snowdrop flower
Lala: slavic: Tulip
Lale: turkish: Tulip
Laleh-zar: persian: Tulip garden
Leotie (lay-oh-tee-eh): native american: Prairie flower
Madhumalati: hindu: A flowering creeper
Madhavilata: hindu: A flowering creeper
Manolya: turkish: Magnolia
Melantha: greek: Dark flower
Nargis: muslim: Narcissis Flower
Nergis: turkish: Daffodil
Rajanigandha: hindu: Night blossoming scented flower
Sakura: japanese: Cherry blossoms
Talasi (tah-lah-shee): hopi indian: Corn-tassel flower
Vanmala: hindu: Wildflower garland

Fruits/Edible Plants

Afina: rumanian: Blueberry
Amayeta: miwok indian: Big manzanita berries
Anzu: japanese: Apricot
Avena: english: Oats
Cam: vietnamese: Orange fruit, sweet
Fabienne: latin: Bean grower
Jana: arabic: A harvest of fruit
Lee: chinese: Plum
Narani: persian: Orange/citrus fruit
Pamilla/Pamela/Pamelina/Pam: greek: All-honey
Rimona: hebrew: Pomegranate
Sandia: spanish: Watermelon
Sakura: japanese: Cherry
Selena: latin: Salt
Shakarnaz: persian: Sugar
Shirin: middle eastern: Sugar
Zia (zee-uh): latin: A kind of grain

Herbs

Ginger: latin: Ginger plant
Herba: latin: Herb
Ketzia (ket-zee-ah): hebrew: Surface; cinnamon-like bark
Lavali: hindu: Clove
Nane (nah-neh): turkish: Mint
Rihana (ree-an-uh): arabic: Sweet basil
Shako: native american: Mint
Tulasi: hindu: A sacred plant (basil)

Metals

Gold:
Ah Kum: chinese: Good as gold
Cressida: greek: Gold
Goldie: old english: Gold
Kanaka: hindu: Gold
Kanchana: hindu: Gold
Sona: hindu: Gold
Orial: french-latin: Gold
Zareen: muslim: Golden, gold
Silver:
Gin: japanese: Silver
Noqreh: persian: Silver
Rajata: hindu: Silver

Plants

Haylee: old english: From the hay meadow
Ivy: greek: Ivy plant
Ixcatzin (ix-CATZ-in): aztec: Like cotton
Jenay: french: Name of a plant
Kazia: hebrew: Plant with cinnamon-like bark
Lata: hindu: Creeper, vine
Leanne: french: A climbing vine
Niobe (nee-oh-bee): greek: Fern
Parnika: hindu: a small leaf, parvati
Patia: spanish gypsy: Leaf
Sabra: hebrew: Thorny cactus
Vidonia: latin: Vine branch
Zemira/Zemorah: hebrew: Branch

Seasons

Autumn:
Aki: japanese: Born in autumn
Autumn: latin: Autumn
Chyou: chinese: Autumn
Seble (seh-bel): ethiopian: Autumn
Spring:
Aviva/Avivi: hebrew: Spring
Cerelia: latin: Of the spring
Kevat: finnish: Spring
Laverne: french: Spring-like
Vasanta: hindu: Spring
Summer
Kesa: finnish: Summer
Summer: old english: Summer season
Winter:
Talvi: finnish: Winter

Stones

Coral/Pearl:
Coral: greek: The precious stone coral
Durrdana (door-dah-nah)/Durrah: persian: Pearl
Durrishahwar (door-rish-ah war): muslim: Royal pearl
Gretchen: greman: Little pearl
Grette (gret-tah): danish: Pearl
Inci (ighn-see): turkish: Pearl
Jumanah: muslim: Pearl
Maj (migh): swedish: Pearl
Marjani (mahr-janee): ki-swahili: Coral; red coral
Marjanna (mahr-jah-nah): persian: Coral
Marjeta (mahr-jee- tah): czech: Pearl
Meg: greek: Pearl
Mercan: turkish: Coral
Nageena (nah-jee-nah): muslim: Gem, pearl
Pearl: greek: The precious stone pearl
Pegeen: greek: Pearl
Peigi: gaelic: Pearl
Peninah: hebrew: Pearl or coral
Precious Stones:
Almas: muslim: Diamond
Cara: vietnamese: Diamond
Diamanta (dee-ah-mohn-tah): french: Like a diamond
Elmas: turkish: Diamond
Mya: burmese: Emerald
Neelam: middle-east: Sapphire
Safira: arabian?: Sapphire
Timantti: finnish: Diamond
Yesim: turkish: Jade
Semi-precious Stones:
Amber: arabic: Reddish-yellow precious jewel made from tree sap.
Amethyst: greek: The purple semi-precious stone
Ametisti: finnish: Amethyst
Fairuza: turkish: Turquoise
Firuze: turkish: Turquoise
Onyksi (ahn-ewk-see): finnish: Onyx
Perouze: armenian: Turquoise
Other:
Carnelian: latin: A red gem
Cordelia: celtic: A sea jewel
Crystal/Crysti: latin: Ice; crystal
Iona: greek: Purple colored jewel
Johari (joh-hahr-ee): kiswahili: Jewel
Kepa: basque: Stone
Manik: hindu: Gem
Petra: greek: Stone
Ratna: hindu: Gem
Ratnavali: hindu: A bunch of gems
Rochelle: french: Little rock
Sela: hebrew: A rock
Shilpa: hindu: Stone
Solange (soh-lahnj): french: Rare jewel

Trees

Acacia/Cacia: greek: Name of a blossoming tree that symbolized resurrection
Adoette (ah-do-AY-th): native american: Big tree
Alani: hawaiian: Orange tree
Alaqua: native american: Sweet-gum tree
Arna: hebrew: Cedar tree
Asela: modern spanish: Slim ash tree
Asiza: african: Forest spirit
Ayla: hebrew: Oak tree
Bel: hindu: Apple tree
Chan: cambodian: Sweet smelling tree
Chandana: hindu: Sandalwood
Daphne/Defne: greek: Laurel or bay tree
Daru: indian: Pine or cedar
Hadassa: hebrew: Flowering myrtle
Hazel: english: Hazel tree
Ilanah (igh-lahn-ah): hebrew: Tree
Kai (kigh): navajo indian: Willow tree
Kaede (kah-eh-deh): japanese: Maple leaf
Kanan: hindu: Forest
Karmiti (kahr-mee-tee): native american: Trees
Lian (lee-ahn): chinese: The graceful willow
Linnea (lin-nay-yuh): norwegian: Lime tree, national flower of Sweden
Mandara: hindu: Mythical tree
Mersin: turkish: Myrtle
Nahele (nah-heh-leh): hawaiian: Forest, grove of trees
Olivia: greek: Olive tree
Ornah: hebrew: Pine
Palmiera: spanish: Palm tree
Rohana: hindu: Sandlewood
Ruis: scottish: Elder tree
Sadira: persian: Lotus tree
Salice (sah-lee-seh): italian: Willow
Samara: latin: Seed of the elm
Sanobar: muslim: Pine tree
Selvi: turkish: Cypress
Silvanos: greek: Forest
Suil: scottish: Willow tree
Sylvia: latin: Woodland
Sylvie/Sylvianne: french: From the forest
Tamara: persian: Date(fruit) yeilding palm tree
Tamara/Tamary: hebrew-russian: Palm tree
Ur: scottish: Yew tree
Vedis: celtic: Sacred spirit of the forest
Willow: middle english: The tree; also know as the tree of sorrows
Xylia (zigh-lee-uh): greek: Wood dweller
Xylona (zigh-loh-nuh): greek: From the forest
Zaib (zah-eeb): muslim: Beautiful tree exuding fragrance

Ocean/Sea

Deniz: turkish: Sea
Dooriya: english gypsy: The sea
Dorissa: greek: Sea
Ebba: old english: Flowing back of the tides
Galiah: hebrew: Wave
Genevieve: french: White wave
Hali: greek: Sea
Hallie: greek: Thinking of the Sea
Kai (kah-ee): hawaiian: Sea
Kolika: hawaiian: from the ocean
Maren: latin: Sea
Marinna/Marina/Marisa: latin-jewish: Sea or "From the sea"
Meri: finnish: Sea
Meris/Maris: latin: Of the Sea
Mindel: yiddish: Sea of bitterness
Morgan/Morgana/Morgane/Morgance: welsh/celtic: sea-dweller
Morgana: welsh: Edge of the sea
Muir: scottish: Sea
Nami: japanese: Wave
Nerissa: greek: Of the sea; Daughter of the sea
Oceana: latin: Ocean
Pelagia (pel-ay-gee- uh): greek: From the sea
Riva: french: Shore
Rona: celtic: Sea
Savarna: indian/hindu: Daughter of the Sea(Ocean)
Thalassa: greek: From the Sea
Ula: gaelic: Jewel of the Sea
Urmi: hindu: Wave
Umi: japanese: water
Undine (uhn-deen): latin: Of the wave
Vanora: scottish: White wave

Weather

Amshula: hindu: Sunny
Ambuda: hindu: Cloud
Anan: arabian: Clouds
Aolani: hawaiian: Heavenly cloud
Apolline: greek: Sunshine, warmth and strength
Beohmida (bee-ohm-ee-dah): korean: Rain; rainfall
Dagna: teutonic: Fair as day
Damini: hindu: Lightning
Huyana: native american: Rain falling
Istas (ee-stahs): native american: Snow
Jora: hebrew: Autumn rain
Karli: turkish: Covered with snow
Kartane: turkish: Snowflake
Manju: hindu: Snow, dew drops
Megha: hindu: Cloud
Miyuki: japanses: Deep snow
Nariko: japanese: Thunder child
Neha: hindu: Love, rain
Neva: spanish: Snow
Nevada: latin: Snowy
Skye: latin/welsh: Sky
Stiria: latin: Icicle
Taima (tah-ee-mah): native american: Crash of thunder
Tama: native american: Thunderbolt
Tempesta: latin: Storm
Thora/Tora: old norse: Thunder
Varsha: hindu: Rain
Xia: chinese: Cloud

Other

Dalia: hebrew: A branch; to draw water
Gana: hebrew: Garden
Gulbahar: turkish: Rose spring
Jale (jah-leh): persian: Dew-drops
Kelly: teutonic: Farm by the spring
Meena: hindu: Precious stone, fish
Season: latin: Sowing, planting
Silva: latin: Woodland maid
Talora: hebrew: Dew of the morning
Terza: greek: The Harvester
Tivona: hebrew: Lover of nature

Male Names

Directions

East:
Higashi: japanese: East
North:
Septentrionis (sep-tehn-tree-ohn-ehs): latin: North
South:
West:

Elements

Air:
Aquilonis/Aquilo: latin: North-wind
Auster: latin: South-wind
Beval: english-gypsy: Like the wind
Boreas: latin: North-wind
Caurus: latin: Northwest-wind
Eurus: latin: East-wind
Earth:
Adam: hebrew: Red earth
Adem: turkish: Earth
Adan: spanish: Earth
Bardo: danish: Son of the earth
Damek: czech: Earth
Khak: persian: Dust, earth
Lance: old german: Land
Fire:
Aidan: celtic: Fire
Brant: teutonic: Firebrand
Burton: english: Bright flame
Edan (ee-dan): celtic: Fiery, flame
Keegan: irish: Little and fiery one
Kegan: celtic: Fiery
Virochan: hindu: Fire
Water:
Ab: persian: Water
Kenn: old welsh: Clear water

Flowers/Plants

Admon: isreali: Red peony
Arvind: hindu: Lotus
Ginton: arabic: A garden
Kaniel (kan-eel): hebrew: Stalk, reed
Kers (kehrs): todas indian: Name of a plant
Ketzia (ket-zee-ah): hebrew: Cinnamon-like bark
Kiele (kee-ehl-lee): hawaiian: Gardenia, fragrant blossom
Kohana (koh-hah-nah): japanese: Little Flower
Sarojin: hindu: Lotus- like

Fruits/Edible Plants

Ciceron: latin: Chickpea
Dagan: hebrew: Grain
Gram: latin: Grain
Kardal: arabic: Mustard seed
Kersen: indonesian: Cherry
Rimon: arabic: Pomengranite
Ringo: japanese: Apple
Oliver: latin: An olive

Seasons

Autumn:
Spring:
Lennor: english gypsy: Spring
Summer:
Tabestan: persian: Summer
Winter:
Zemestan: persian: Winter

Stones

Ferris: irish: Rock
Mason: french: Stoneworker
Peder: greek: Stone
Peter: latin: Rock; stone
Pyrites (pigh-reh-tees): latin: Fire stone
Rance: french: A kind of belgian marble
Saxon: latin: Large stone
Shashikant: hindu: Moonstone

Trees

Alder: german: Name of a Tree
Arbor: latin: Tree
Bid: persian: Willow
Booker: anglo-saxon: Beech-tree
Boyce: french: From the woodland
Bruce: french: Woodlands
Chaney: old french: Oak-wood
Ellery: german: One who lives near the elder tree
Forest: german: wood-dweller
Foster: anglo-saxon: Forester
Hackett: german: Little woodsman
Holt: english: Son of the unspoiled forest
Keith: welsh: Wood-dweller
Lennox: gaelic: From the field of elm trees
Namu (nah-moo): muslim: Tree
Oakes: english: From the oak-tree grove
Oren: hebrew: Ash-tree
Perry: old english: Pear tree
Quercus: latin: Oak tree
Ranger: french: Guardian of the forest
Roscoe: norse: From the deer forest
Stockard: english: From the yard of tree stumps
York: celtic: From the farm of Yew trees

Ocean/Sea

Arnav: hindu: Ocean, sea
Dylan: welsh: Sea
Kai (kigh): hawaiian: Sea
Morven: english: Child of the sea
Murray: celtic: Seaman
Oceanus: latin: Ocean
Sagar: hindu: Sea, ocean
Samudra: hindu: Sea
Tarang: hindu: Wave
Zane: old english: Sea-friend

Weather

Afteb: persian: Sunshine
Barf: persian: Snow
Brishen: english-gypsy: Born during a rain
Helaku (hel-ah-koo): native american: Sunny day
Tufan: persian: Storm
Yakh: persian: Ice

Other

Ardon: hebrew: Bronze
Aurum: latin: Gold
Cannibus: latin: Hemp
Jin: chinese: Gold
Maxwell: English: From the great well

Names of both genders

Element:
Aer: latin: Air
Aerius (airy-uhs): latin: Airy
Ato: aztec: Water
Ehecatl (eheh-catal): aztec: Wind
Glacius/Glacies (glay-sees): latin: Ice
Hino (hee-noh): japanese: Of fire
Ka/Hi (hee): japanese: Fire
Kaze: japanese: Wind
Koori: japanese: Ice
Mizuno (mee-zoo-noh): japanese: Of water
Nuri: arabic: Fire
Tadi: omaha indian: Wind
Umi/Sui/Mizu: japanese: Water
Metal:
Argentum: latin: Silver
Kane: japanese: Metal
Kin: japanese: Gold
Behgum (beh-goom): korean: White gold
Norangum: korean: Yellow gold
Ungum (uhn-goom): korean: Silver
Stone:
Ishi: japanese: Stone
Itz (ee-ts): aztec: Obsidian
Iwa (ee-wah?): japanese: Rock
Teoxihuitl (tay-oh-shee-WEE-tl): aztec: Turquoise (precious and divine)
Xiuh (shee-uh): aztec: Turquoise
Other:
Aki: japanese: Autumn
Botan: japanese: Peony
Haru: japanese: Spring
Ki: japanese: Wood; tree
Fuyu: japanese: Winter
Gul (gool): turkish: Rose
Ike (igh-keh): japanese: Pond
Mix (meeks): aztec: Cloud
Mori: japanese: Forest
Morino: japanese: Of the Forest
Natsu: japanese: Summer
Nishi: japanese: West
Storm: old english: Stormy weather
Sugi (soo-jee): japanese: Cedar

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