Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Acacia

Thorny tree

Greek

Adoeete

Big Tree

Native American

Aisley

Dwells at the ash tree meadow

Anglo-Saxon

Anthea

Flowery

Greek

Arden

Great forest

Latin

Ash

From the Ash Tree

English

Aspen

Aspen tree

English

Aston

East settlement; ash tree settlement

English

Astrid

Fair, beautiful goddess

Scandinavian

Athilda

At the elder tree

English

Autumn

Season of harvest

English

Ayla

Terebinth tree

Hebrew

Azalea

Dry

Greek

Bay

Berry

Latin

Begonia
Berry

Berry

English

Beryl

Light green semiprecious gemstone

Greek

Blossom

Flower-like

English

Briar

Thorny bush of wild roses, brambles

English

Brinley
Brook

Water, small stream

German

Canyon

A large ravine

English

Cassia

Cassia tree

Greek

Cedar

Type of Tree

American

Cherry

Cherry fruit

Modern

Chloe

Green sprout

Greek

Cinnamon

Cinnamon tree

Greek

Cloud

Visible Vapor

American

Clover

“She who clings lovingly.” From a Germanic base meaning “to adhere.” An allusion to the adhesive property of clover sap.

English

Coral

“The sentry,” in allusion to the belief of the ancients that a coral talisman served as a warning against the approach of evil spirits.

Latin

Cove
Crystal

Ice

Greek

Dahlia

Dahlia flower

Scandinavian

Daisy

Daisy flower

English

Daphne

Laurel

Greek

Daru

Of the Cedar Tree

Indian (Sanskrit)

Dawn

The first appearance of light, daybreak

English

Diamond

Of high value; brilliant

English

Eartha

Earth

English

Elah

Tree

Hebrew

Elona

Oak tree; light

Hungarian

Elowen

Elm Tree

English

Ember

Smoldering coal

English

Emerald

Precious gemstone

Spanish

Everly

From the boar meadow

English

Fern

Fern

English

Flora

Flower

Latin

Florence

Flowering, in bloom

Latin

Garnet

“Like the precious gem,” in allusion to the stone of the same name; based on the Latin granatus, having seeds, because of the fancied resemblance of the garnet to a pomegranate seed.

English

Gem

Gem, jewel

Latin

Geneva

Juniper tree

French

Hadassah

Myrtle tree

Hebrew

Hadley

Heather meadow

English

Hazel

Hazelnut tree

English

Heather

“The maiden from the heath,” in allusion to the heather-covered wastelands in the British isles.

English

Holly

The holly tree

English

Hyacinth

A variant spelling of Hyacintha.

Greek

Ianthe

Violet flower

Greek

Ilania

Tree

Hebrew

Iris

Rainbow

Greek

Isla

Island

Scottish

Ivy

Ivy plant

English

Jade

Precious stone

English

Jasmine

Jasmine flower

Persian

Juniper

Juniper tree

English

Kai

The sea

Polynesian

Keziah

Cassia tree

Hebrew

Kozue

Tree Branches

Japanese

Lake
Lakely
Laurel

The bay, or laurel plant

Latin

Lavender

Lavender flower

English

Leina

Palm tree

Latin

Lieu

Willow tree

Vietnamese

Lilac

Purple flower

Lily

Lily flower

English

Linden

Linden tree

English

Linnea

Lime or linden tree

Scandinavian

Lotus

Lotus flower

Greek

Magnolia

Magnolia flower

English

Maple

Maple tree

Marigold

“Resplendent Mary,” from Mary (regarded as the Virgin Mary) and gold (here the symbol of splendor).

English

Matsuko

Pine tree child

Japanese

Meadow

Clearing

English

Naamit

Bird

Hebrew

Nafisa

Precious Gem

Arabic

Nahuatl

Four Waters

Aztec (Nahuatl)

Nairi

Land of Canyons or river

Armenian

Nairna

Dwells at the alder tree river

Scottish

Najila

Name of a plant

Arabic

Nalani

Serenity of the skies

Polynesian

Neva

Snow

Latin

Nizana

Flower Bud

Hebrew

Noelani

Mist of heaven

Polynesian

Nolcha

Sun

Native American

Noor

Light

Aramaic

Oakley

From the oak tree field

English

Olive

Olive tree

English

Omette

Cedar tree

Hebrew

Opal

Gem, jewel

Indian (Sanskrit)

Orchid

Flowering plant

Latin

Palma

Palm tree

Latin

Palmer

Palm tree

Latin

Palmyra

Palm tree

Latin

Pearl

Pearl

Latin

Pepper

Pepper spice

English

Petal
Petunia
Posy

Small Flower

English

Prairie

Grassy plain

English

Primrose

First rose

English

Qadan

Cliff

Asian

Qamra

Moon

Greek

Rain

Rain

English

Rainy

Heavy rains

River

Flowing body of water

English

Rose

Rose flower

English

Rowan

Of the rowan tree

Gaelic

Ruby

Red gemstone

English

Sadira

Lotus tree

Persian

Saffron

Saffron spice

Sage

Sage plant

English

Sandy

Greek

Sapphire

Gemstone

Spanish

Savanna

Treeless plain

Spanish

Seda

Spirit of the forest

Armenian

Silver

Precious metal

Snow

Frozen Rain

English

Soleil

Sun

French

Spring

Springtime

English

Stormy

Stormy

English

Summer

Summer season

English

Sunny

Sunshine; happy, cheerful temperament

English

Susanna

Lily

Hebrew

Sylvia

Woods, forest

Latin

Tamarisk

Shrub, Tree

Latin

Tigerlily
Tula

Leaping water

Spanish

Tulip
Tzippa

Bird

Hebrew

Tzivia

Doe

Hebrew

Ulva

Wolf

German

Undina

Little wave

Latin

Valley
Vinessa

Butterfly

Greek

Violet

Violet flower

English

Virna

Spring green

Latin

Willow

Willow tree

English

Winter

Winter season

English

Wisteria

Purple flower

Wyeth

From Land by the Willow Tree

English

Xing

Star

Chinese

Xuan

Spring

Vietnamese

Xyla

Woodland; wood-dweller

Greek

Yesenia

Palm tree

Spanish

Zara

Blooming flower

English

Zinnia

An allusion to the flower of the same name, so designated in honor of J.

Latin

Zylina

Woodland; wood-dweller

Greek

Zylvia

Woods, forest

Latin

Zytka

Rose Flower

Polish

With their natural charm and bountiful beauty, you can’t help but love earthy girl names. These monikers are home to breathtaking picks from flowery finds to soaring landscapes. Let’s explore some together.

One of the best places to find inspiration for earthy names for girls is your garden. Floral girl names are forever in style, with Rose and Lily remaining timeless treasures. Violet is enjoying a modern revival, while Dahlia and Iris are less common but still beloved. For a throwback pick, see Heather, or for something edgy, check out Azalea. Other great earthy baby names with floral ties are Begonia, Daisy, and Zinnia.

Looking at your surroundings is another way to find amazing earthy girl names. For a little girl in constant motion, we love the name River. Parents can’t get enough of her either as she continues to rise on the charts. With the move toward nature names, Lake has also seen a sudden burst of interest along with Cove. Other earthy girl names from your everyday surroundings are Meadow, Sunny, and Sky.

Gemstones are also popular among earthy girl names. Ruby is a modern favorite with vintage vibes, while Crystal was a much-loved pick of the 70s and 80s. Sapphire is a fun, unexpected option, while Emerald fits well with more popular Em- names like Emma and Emilia. Onyx, Beryl, and Opal are other epic earthy girl names with gemstone roots.

If you prefer earthy names for girls who aren’t as obvious, look at meanings. Sylvia is a classic moniker meaning “of the forest.” She’s not very common today, but she’s a fresh alternative to the ultra-popular Sophia and Olivia. Similarly, Arden means “great forest.” Nafisa is an Arabic beauty meaning “precious gem,” while Tula means “leaping water.”

Venture through our list of earthy girl names and see what magic monikers you’ll uncover. You never know which will wind up on your name list next.