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Flora is the name of the heroine in the novel "Cold Comfort Farm" by Stella Gibbons.
-- Anonymous User  12/20/2005
I love this name so much because it means flower and makes me think of spring. Very pretty sounding as well.
-- iwant2baurora  12/20/2005
Flora Tristan was one of the founders of modern feminism and Paul Gauguin's grandmother. Her complete name was Flore-Celestine-Therèse-Henriette Tristan-Moscoso.
-- Anonymous User  12/22/2005
In Sweden Flora is the word used for a lexicon about plants, and in general for vegetation.
Flora is also the brand name of a type of margarine.
-- Anonymous User  12/22/2005
Flora was one of three good fairies in Disney's "Sleeping Beauty."
-- breakofday  12/29/2005
Flora MacDonald famously hid Bonnie Prince Charlie on the Isle of Skye when he was fleeing his pursuers. Flora is quite a popular name in Scotland.
-- Ebba  2/20/2006
Flora would be a great name for a cat.
-- Anonymous User  2/23/2006
Beautiful name. Reminds me of the darling daughter in Moll Flanders. A great, fairyish name.
-- nothingshortoftragic  12/12/2006
Though it has terrible connotations.
Aunt Flo.
Enough said.
-- nothingshortoftragic  1/26/2007
I don't know why, but I don't like this name. Which is weird, considering I love Moira, Laura, Zora, Nora and my eldest daughter's name, Leonora.
-- QueenieCapulet  2/15/2007
I really like this name, elegant, simple, and lush. It can be used as a nickname for Florence as well.
-- Kitten  4/6/2007
In Scotland the name became popular as an Anglicised form of the Gaelic name Fionnghuala and its variants. Flora MacDonald's given name was actually Fionnghal.
-- reniannen17  7/24/2007
Flora is the heroine in Stella Gibbons' book Cold Comfort Farm, which was made into a film with Kate Beckinsale as Flora.
-- Anonymous User  11/16/2007
Only this name sounds like that butter.
-- Anonymous User  11/19/2007
I love this name, I just wish there wasn't a butter called Flora because that will be the first association for a lot of people.
-- Sezzers  11/30/2007
As long as you don't have another daughter named Fauna, and as long as you don't call the girl Flo, this name is alright. It rhymes with the very common Laura and Norah, and it also rhymes with the beautiful names Cora and Dora, and it has a soft, pleasant sound to it. It's quite old-fashioned and a bit too flower-y in a very literal way, but it's not bad.
-- slight night shiver  5/25/2008
I do believe that "Flora" is the name of the little, angelic girl in Henry James' "Turn of the Screw".
-- BlackMartian923  1/31/2009
There is a very nice song by Enya called Flora's Secret.
-- Anonymous User  2/16/2009
Flora is the name of the Countess De Lave in George Cukor's all-female 1939 movie "The Women".
-- alberto  3/4/2009
The German pronunciation is FLO-rah. [noted -ed]
-- mafiosa  8/6/2009
If you dislike Flora, I think Floral would be a pretty alternative.
-- ListenToAsuka  5/7/2010
Flora is also the main character in Mary Jane Beaufrand's novel, "Primavera."
-- Hannah_E  5/9/2010
My daughter's name is Flora. I think it's a beautiful name, and my daughter is born in the spring so it fits her perfect.
It's not very common here which I also think is a good thing =)
-- honungspinglan  11/6/2010
So many literary tie-ins! Definitely a name with strong and darling roots.
-- vomiting  2/2/2011
A lot of people might think this is old-fashioned, but I think it's really pretty. Not my absolute favorite, but it's really nice.
-- Joy12  5/3/2011
This is the real name of the title character, Flora Barnes, in Candyfloss by Jacqueline Wilson.
-- Hushpuppy  10/10/2011
Flora Cross (born 1993) is an American actress.
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2012
This should be listed as a Scottish name as well, as it is often used as an Anglicized form of Fionnghuala and similar names. [noted -ed]
-- thesnowwhiterose  5/27/2013
Flora is Miss Spider's real name in the Miss Spider books.
-- Lolth  6/5/2013
This beautiful name was given to 124 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/17/2013
We're seriously considering this name for a daughter. It's very uncommon here in the US, but that's what I like. It's old fashioned and sweet, and suitable for all ages. Although, my name is Lily, so that might be a little too 'flower-y'.
-- .Lily.  8/16/2013
8 Flora is an asteroid that was discovered by J. R. Hind on October 18, 1847. It is named after Flora from Roman mythology, the goddess of flowers and the season of spring.
-- ophelia  10/20/2013
I love this name. It's not very common, but simple and beautiful. I also think it would age gracefully.
-- Muddyb00ts  4/17/2014

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