Flora
Origin/Usage
English, Italian, Latin
Pronunciation
FLAWR-ə
Meaning
Like a flower
More info about the name "Flora"

Flora originates in Latin language and means "like a flower". It is taken from the word for native plant life. In Roman mythology, Flora was the goddess of fertility, flowers and spring. Flora functions as a surname as well and it is also the name of several places in the United States. As a feminine given name its usage has been declining.

Popularity of the Name Flora
Also Spelled Like...

Fleur, Flo, Floressa, Florrie, Flor, Flore, Florelle, Floretta, Flori, Floria, Florianna, Florinda, Florita

Famous Floras

Flora Brovina - writer
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Flora Mayor - published author
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Flora Robson - actress
Flora Scott - jazz artist
Flora Shaw - published author
Flora Steel - published author
Flora Thompson - writer

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