Here’s where we really start getting into some more interesting spring-inspired baby name choices. Eartha, which means “earth,” duh, evokes the season of spring inherently. So many of our spring associations have to do with the earth — snow melting, plants blossoming, rain falling, rivers running full, and beyond. Despite having one very famous person (Earth Kitt) associated with the name, it is an incredibly rare choice. So if you want a spring-inspired name that no other baby girl is going to have, this one is something to consider.
Thalia has its origins in Greek and means “to blossom.” So if the name Blossom is a little bit on-the-nose for you, maybe Thalia is a good alternative! Thalia was one of the nine Greek muses, so in addition to being a great spring-inspired baby girl name, it’s a great choice for fans of mythology and the allure old-world power and grace. (And in case you were curious: The muse Thalia presided over comedy and pastoral poetry.)
Willow, which comes from the Old English “welig,” meaning “willow,” refers, of course, to the willow tree. Yes, more botanical-inspired baby girl names! But it’s spring; what did you expect?! We love this name because it exudes calm and grace, just like the willow trees themselves. It has steadily been increasing in popularity since the 90s, so it may not be the most unique name on this list, but you really can’t go wrong with this one. And who wouldn’t want Willow Smith as a name buddy?
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