Cheerful Baby Girl Names and Baby Boy Names inspired by Spring | Fit Pregnancy

Cheerful Spring Baby Names

These seasonal baby names are inspired by flowers, warmer weather and all that spring brings.

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If you have a baby due—or conceived—in the spring months, consider a cheerful baby name inspired by the season.

Blooming Floral Baby Names

The obvious choice for spring is a floral baby name. Daisy, Lily, Rose and Violet are popular flowery baby names, but consider some of these more unusual choices too.

  • Azalea
  • Calla
  • Dahlia
  • Daffodil
  • Iris
  • Ivy
  • Orchid
  • Petunia
     

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Baby Names with Spring-Related Meanings

These unique baby names deliver spring-inspired meanings. Whether you are having a boy or a girl, you can find the perfect spring name.

Baby Girl Names for Spring

  • Abril - Spanish for April
  • Avril - French for April
  • Laverna -French name meaning "born in the spring"
  • Odeletta - French name meaning "little spring"
  • Pascala - French name meaning "born at Easter"
     

Baby Boy Names for Spring

  • Atherton - English name meaning "from the town by a spring"
  • Attwell - English name meaning "lives by the spring"
  • Aviv - Hebrew name meaning "spring"
  • Caldwell - English name meaning "from the cold spring"
  • Wells - English name meaning "lives by the spring"
     

Colorful Baby Names for Spring

Spring is a cheery time of year. The dull, drab days of winter are gone and everything is a little more colorful and bright. Get inspiration from your favorite spring colors to find the perfect name for your bundle of joy. If you love green, consider names like Emerald, Olive or Jade for your baby daughter. If purple is your fave, then Lilac, Orchid and Violet are terrific choices. The boys aren't left out of colorful names either. From Hunter to Slate and Sterling to Ash, you can find a number of color-inspired baby names for boys too. Check out more baby names from the crayon box.

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