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The choice of the name of our children is a decision that can sometimes become a real headache. Opt for classic names, or unusual names, short or long, simple or compound names ...
If you expect the arrival of your child for next spring and you have not yet agreed to choose what it will be called, from our site we propose ten spring inspired name ideas for boys.
1- Haruko: is a name of Japanese origin. The meaning of this name is related to new life, to the joy of this season as it means 'spring flower'.
2.- Jamal: it is a name of Arabic origin that means ‘beauty’ like the one that our future son will radiate and like that transmitted by the countryside in spring when greens and the color of flowers prevail.
3- Enol: is the name given to one of the lakes belonging to the Lakes of Covadonga. It is a name of Spanish origin, specifically from Bable or Asturian. Its meaning is associated with 'water'. Like what plants need to be able to bloom in spring.
4- Florence: It is a name of Latin origin that means 'flower or flowery'. It comes from Florentius.
5- Irai: it is a name of Basque origin. It comes from Herais and although it is used in masculine it is the name of the goddess of marriage, of spring and protector of wives.
6- Walid: it is a name of Arabic origin where it is used frequently. It comes from the verb walada and means 'to be born' or 'newborn', as in spring where the new flowers are born.
7- Paschal: it is a name of Latin origin and it refers to the celebration that begins after the first full moon at the beginning of spring, the Christian Easter. It is a name that has fallen into disuse in recent years but that can be interesting if our son is born in this period.
8- Zuhaitz: it is a name of Basque origin. In Basque it means ‘tree’. We can also find it with the Zugatz shape. Sometimes it is used as a surname but also as a name.
9- Luke: it is a name of Latin origin that means 'light', 'white' or 'bright', like the light that stars in the spring season, at which time the days begin to grow longer and longer. It is a name whose use has spread in recent decades. We can also find this name as Lukas in German and Swedish, Luc in French, Luke in English or Luca in Italian.
10- Hyacinth: it is a name of Greek origin that refers to the flower that bears the same name. According to Greek mythology, Jacinto, son of Clío and Píero, died playing with Apolo. From his spilled blood, Apollo made a flower grow. It is a name that is not currently in use. Among the personalities that are so called, we can highlight the Spanish poet Jacinto Verdaguer and the Spanish playwright Jacinto Benavente.
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