Florentine name meaning

Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Latin
Usage: German, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish and Finnish
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Florentine
Meaning: Blossoming, Flower Garden and Flowering
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What does Florentine mean?

Creative and adventurous and Vintage Latin Florentine is principally used in Danish, German, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish and is aimed at both genders, meaning of Florentine is "Blossoming, Flower Garden or Flowering".

Florentine is a version of famous Florentina. Florentina is feminine form of Florentinus. Originated from Latin, Uncommon and Vintage Florentina, Florentina means "Blossoming, The Word Florens with the Meaning Blossoming Flourishing and Flowering".

Florentine is derived from Florence. Florence is French and English form of Florenze. Also Florence is equivalent of Florentia in French and English languages. Florence's meaning is Flowering, Blossoming and To Flower in the Sense of a Blossom is originated from Latin.

Variants of Florentine

Florentinus, Florentina, Flora, Florentius, Fiorela, Florelle, Flor, Florina, Floralee, Florus

How popular is the name Florentine?

Florentine used to be a common name in France, first appeared in 1900 and over 4183 babies have been given the name in 116 years. At its zenith in 1901,. However the graph is now showing a downward trend after 116 years.

Florentine is a unique baby name in United States, it had been in use since 1887 and was last seen in 1963, during its 52 years of usage, it was able to reach the top 2000 names.

In 1894, it ranked 1136th when 31 girls were named Florentine. Over 678 people have been named Florentine in United States.

Florentine is an uncommon baby name in still in use in England and Wales.

It had a short run of 8 years on Belgium girl names chart. But Florentine is a popular baby name in DR Congo where every 1 in 6000 have the name as well as in, Madagascar and Benin.

At least, 30000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our findings.

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Florentine in Nordic countries

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Numerological aspects of Florentine

Find yourself a new hobby, bring freshness in your life. You are easy to talk to and your open mind allows people to give it to you straight. You are born to be a businessman, politician, manage your own business or some other position that requires leadership, warrior spirit, taking risks, and daring yourself to do more. You are an attractive person and everyone sees it. Allow others to take care of their own lives and start fixing your own.

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  •  Regi - Unexpected Regi is used in English and Tamil came from Latin used as a gender-neutral name, Regi means "King, Purple Flower and Queen". Regi is derived from Regina.
  •  Claretta - The infrequent girl name Claretta is largely used in Italian, Claretta means "Bright or Clear" is of Latin origin
  •  Carolus - The odd boy name Carolus is used in Old SwedishDanish and Swedish has its roots in German and Germanic, Carolus means "Masculine or Vigorous"

Middle names for Florentine

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Famous people named Florentine

  • Florentine Opera, is one of Wisconsin's oldest professional performing arts centers and the sixth-oldest opera company
  • Florentine Steenberghe, A player
  • Florentine Lahme in Keinohrhasen as Actress

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