Florida name meaning

Updated: March 13th, 2024
Gender: Unisex, both Boy and Girl
Origin: Latin
Usage: English and Spanish
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Florida f-lori-da
Meaning: Flowered and Flowering
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What does Florida mean?

Age-old and Preeminent Florida largely is used in English and Spanish is of Latin origin, meaning of Florida is "Flowered or Flowering" is bestowed upon both sexes. Florida is variant of well-known and enduring Flora.

Flora is variation of dominant Florentina. Flora is effeminate variant of Florus. Flora's meaning is Blooming and Form of Florence is originated from Latin. Florida is version of immutable and pleasing Florence.

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

It is celebrated on January 10th.

How do I pronounce Florida?

Two syllabled Florida is pronounced as f-lori-da. It can also be pronounced as fl(o)-rida.

Variants of Florida

Flora, Florence, Florus, Florentina, Fiorela, Florelle, Flor, Florina, Floralee, Florentia, Florentius, Florenze, Florance, Flossy, Florian, Florentine, Florentinus, Florens

Names that rhyme with Florida

How popular is the name Florida?

Florida is a familiar baby name in United States, it had been in use since 1880 and was last seen in 1994, during its 103 years of usage, it was able to reach the top 400 names.

In 1888, it achieved its highest ever ranking of 380 on girl names chart when 99 babies were given the name Florida. There are over 3532 babies that have been given the name Florida in United States.

Florida is an uncommon baby name in France, although it has been in use since 1900 but could not make beyond the top 500. Over 377 people have been named Florida in France.

But Florida is a popular baby name in Philippines where every 1 in 5000 have the name as well as in, Tanzania, Malawi and DR Congo. At least, 70000 people around the globe have been given the name as per our research.

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Florida in Nordic countries

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What numerology tells about Florida?

You change your mind quickly and fall in love with people who are your total opposite. You believe that a man who stopped learning is a man who stopped growing in every sense of the word. You are your own person who likes to live on the edge. Nothing can change your mind about something if you truly believe you are the one that's right. Find someone who's into adventures, so you can enjoy life more.

Go through the following names similar to Florida

  •  Colman - Dominantly used in English and Irish far-out, Colman came from Latin, meaning of Colman is "Little or Saint" is aimed at baby boys
  •  Kristján came from Latin is used majorly in Swedish, Icelandic and Finnish, meaning of Kristján is "Disciple of Christ, Christian Woman or Christian" is used as a baby boy name
  •  Benicia - Offbeat Benicia came from Latin is a baby girl name, meaning of Benicia is "Blessed" is used substantially in Spanish. Benicia is resultant of Benecia.
  •  Lilla - Of Latin, Sanskrit and English origin, Famed and All time favorite Lilla is a gender insensitive name, specifically used in English, Icelandic and Norwegian, Lilla means "The Flower Lily is a Symbol of Innocence, Beauty or Lily Flower"
  •  Noel - Admired and All time favorite unisex name Noel means "Born on Christmas or Born on Christmas Day", primarily used in Swedish and Oriya has origin in Latin and Hebrew
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Sibling Names for Florida

Looking for a unique name for your baby girl? Consider Florida! Inspired by the beautiful state in the southern United States, Florida is a charming name that exudes warmth, sunshine, and beauty. To help you find the perfect sibling names for Florida, we have compiled a list of our favorite names that go well with this lovely moniker.

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Famous people named Florida

  • Florida panther, North American cougar 'P. c
  • Florida State University, public space-grant and sea-grant research university
  • Florida Symphony Youth Orchestras, music education program consisting of six ensembles of nearly 300 student musicians
  • Florida Friebus, (October 10, 1909
  • Florida Boys, male vocal quartet in Southern gospel music
  • Florida Georgia Line in American Country Countdown Awards as
  • In 1921, Florida Kingsley characterized the role of Mother Martin in drama, romance flick Annabelle Lee.

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