64 Cheerful Baby Girl Names For Spring

Spring is a really exciting and cheerful season, and it is just around the corner. The sunshine gleams so bright and warm, the sky is blue and clear. Grass turns green and flowers bloom. It is a great time and everything is so harmonious.


If you have a new daughter due in spring, you could consider choosing a girl's name inspired by the spring season for her. Nature is a huge source and you will have plenty of options. Some of the flower names have been great girl names, for instance Rose, Daisy, Lily and Dahlia. Do not forget the month names, April and May are all pretty options for girls. Check out the below list of 64 cheerful girl names for more options.

Abril: To open. Also a variant of April.

April: The month when buds open and flowers appear, often used to symbolize spring.
Apryl: Another variant of April.
Avril: French variant of April.
Azalea: Flower name of a shrub that flourishes in dry soil and blooms in spring.
Blossom: Flower-like.
Breezy: Abounding in breezes; fresh; sprightly.
Brooke: Small stream. Actress Brooke Shields made the surname familiar as a girl's given name.
Calla: Beautiful. Also the name of a flower: the calla lily.
Camellia: Helper to the priest. The Camellia flower is named for the botanist and missionary Georg Josef Kamel.
Chrysalis: Butterfly pupa.
Clover: Flower name. Also a traditional symbol of wealth, luck and comfort.
Cora: The goddess of the underworld who lives there in winter, before her return in spring causes the cycle of life to continue.
Daffodil: Flower name for the familiar yellow blossom.
Dahlia: Valley. Also the flower named for 18th-century Swedish botanist Anders Dahl.
Daisy: Day's eye. Also a flower name. Often used as a nickname for Margaret.
Dew: Moisture in small drops on a surface. Also a Welsh variant transcription of David.
Dewy: Beloved. Also a beach in Delaware, USA.
Diona: A feminine form of Dion, which means "follower of Dionysius" in Greek.
Easter: Christian spring festival. Holiday name used as a Christian name.
Fleur: Flower. Also one of the main character in John Galsworthy's novel "The Forsyte Saga".
Flora: Flower. Also the Roman goddess of spring.
Florentina: Flowering, in bloom. Also a variant of Flora and Florence.
Fontanne: Fountain spring.
Gusty: Blowing or coming in gusts, as wind, rain, or storms.
Heather: An evergreen flowering plant that thrives on peaty barren lands.
Honey: The nectar of flowers.

Ingrid: In Norse mythology, Ing was god of earth's fertility and prepare the land each year for spring planting.
Iris: A messenger-goddess who rode rainbows between heaven and earth to deliver messages from Olympus.
Ivy: An evergreen climbing ornamental plant which represents fidelity and eternity.
Jasmine: The climbing plant with delicate, fragrant flowers, which derives from Yasmin.
Keiko: Rejoicing child.
Laverna: A Roman goddess who was patroness of minor criminals.
Leilani: Name of Hawaiian origin, means "royal child of heaven".
Lilac: Flower name.
Lily: Flower name, a symbol of innocence and purity as well as beauty.
Lotus: Lotus flower.
Mae: A variant of May. The month of May was named for Maia, the Roman earth goddess.
Magnolia: The magnolia flower, named after 17th-century French botanist Pierre Magnol.
Marcella: Dedicated to Mars. Feminine of Marcellus. Also a variant of Marcia.
Marigold: The golden flower's name, which is a combination of Mary and "gold".
May: Named for Maia, the Roman earth goddess.
Muna: Wish, desire.
Odeletta: French for Little Spring.
Orchid: Exotic hothouse bloom. In the language of flowers, orchids symbolize love, beauty and sophistication.
Ostara: An old German goddess. Also a springtime holiday that Wiccans celebrate.
Peony: Flower name. As a Chinese name motif, the peony signifies riches and honor.
Petal: Flower name. Also the soft and sweet-smelling name of a character in "The Shipping News".
Petunia: A humble-looking flower with white or pink blossoms.
Phoebe: Phoebus Apollo, the god of light. Name of the first flycatcher to migrate to Wisconsin each spring.
Poppy: Flower name.
Primrose: A 19th century flower name for a flower which blooms early in spring.
Rain: The phenomenon as a name.
Robin: Bright fame. Also the red-breasted songbird.
Rose: Flower name from rosa.
Sakura: Cherry blossom.
Scarlet: Red.
Sky: Nature name.
Spring: Springtime.
Sunny: Sunshine; happy, cheerful temperament.
Sunshine: A variant of Sunny, usually a nickname describing a child's temperament.
Tulip: One of the most unusual flower names.
Violet: Purple. One of the earliest flower names.
Windy: Friend. Also a variant of Wendy, and a created name for the heroine in James Barrie's "Peter Pan".

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