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Spring Is in the Air! Baby Names for My Favorite Season

Elizabeth Fallwell, Parent Society

Spring is my favorite season, and recent research shows I'm not alone. A 2012 Rasmussen poll found 33 percent of Americans say spring is their favorite time of year; that's more than prefer summer (29 percent) and fall (27 percent), and far more than call winter the best season (6 percent). Spring is also the time of year for new life: blossoming flowers, budding trees, fawns, bunnies, and nests teeming with baby birds all proliferate. So if you're looking for baby names that harken to all that is fresh, sunny, and cheerful about this time of year, I've got exactly what you're looking for!

Girls' Names

  • April - We all know that April showers bring May flowers, but did you know that Avril and Abril are also the French and Latin versions of this month, too?
  • Blossom - Move over, Mayim Bialik; this is the perfect girl's name for springtime!
  • Camila - This name comes from the French word for "perfect," which describes the camellia flower, which blooms this time of year.
  • Chloe - One of the most popular girl's names (ranking 10th in 2011, according to the Social Security Administration), Chloe means "verdant" or "blooming" - words that are perfect for spring-sounding names.
  • Dahlia - This name for the springtime flower ranked 538th for girls' names in 2011.
  • Iris - Another springtime flower, this was the 303rd most popular name for girls in 2011.
  • Jade - Think of spring, and you're likely to think of green leaves and grass, which is why the girl's name Jade is a perfect fit.
  • June - It may be a traditional girl's name, but June is a great name for a spring or summer baby.
  • Lily - Yet another girl's name inspired by a spring bloom, Lily ranked 15th for baby girls in 2011; the similar Lilyana ranked 471st.
  • May - This old-fashioned baby name can also be spelled Mae, in honor of the quintessential spring month. Or, you can spice it up a bit and use the far trendier Maya.

Boys' Names

  • Brooks - Think bubbling springs, and you're thinking of a brook. This boy's name ranked 346th in 2011.
  • Colt - Spring is typically foaling season, which is why Colt - and the similar Colton, Colten, Kolton, and Kolten - are all good spring names for boys.
  • Heath - Heath is a type of plant that blooms throughout the winter and early spring; in England, vast stretches of land are called simply "the heath."
  • Jack - It was the 45th most-popular boy's name in 2011, but it's also the nickname of a flower for "Jack in the pulpit," which is more commonly called Green Dragon. It flowers in the spring.
  • Jesus - Spring is the season during which Christians celebrate Easter, which may explain why Jesus is such a popular boy's name, especially in Hispanic culture.
  • March - This name has an English origin, and pertains to the first month of spring.
  • Mayson - This unusual boy's name came in 812th in 2011; it's an American original which seems to be tied to the month of May.
  • Pascal - Speaking of Easter, this spring name is French for the Christian holiday.
  • Phoenix - In mythology, the Phoenix rose from the ashes to new life - a fitting analogy for spring itself.
  • Skyler - Whether you spell it Skyler, Skylar, or Schuyler, this boy's name will have you looking up to the spring sky with its blue hue and longer days.

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