Gender Feminine
Usage Italian
Pronounced Pron. fyo-REHL-la
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Meaning & History

From Italian fiore "flower" combined with a diminutive suffix.

Related Names

Masculine FormFiore
Other Languages & CulturesFleur, Floor, Flora, Fleurette, Floortje(Dutch) Flora, Fleur, Fleurette, Flo, Floella, Floretta, Florrie, Flower(English) Fleur, Flora, Flore, Florine, Fleurette, Florette(French) Flora(German) Flóra(Hungarian) Florina(Late Roman) Flora, Florinda(Portuguese) Flora(Roman Mythology) Florina(Romanian) Flor, Flora, Florina, Florinda(Spanish) Fflur(Welsh)

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Entry updated February 28, 2019