I know not all of these are orthodox names but I love the idea of them, peradventure a middle name or a fictional character.
[I will be updating this page with new words and descriptions]
Alihotsy – a magical plant. The leaves of the plant can induce hysteria. The name of the plant is derived from a Sidiki word meaning “lightness of spirit”
Almond – a species of tree native to the Middle East. Almond is also the name of the edible and widely cultivated seed of this tree.
Aloe – shrub belonging to the genus Aloe
Amity – friendship; peaceful harmony
Apple – the fruit of the apple tree.
April – fourth month of the year
Apricot – fruit
Asphodel – popular garden plants with white or yellow flowers.
Aurora – Roman goddess of sunrise and Sleeping Beauty
Autumn – Season name
Avalon – Island paradise of Celtic myth and Arthurian legend
Azura – Color blue
Basil – herb
Beryl – gemstone
Bloom -the flower of a plant.
Blossom -the flower of a plant, esp. of one producing an edible fruit.
Breeze -a wind or current of air, esp. a light or moderate one.
Briar – a prickly plant or shrub, esp. the sweetbrier or a greenbrier.
Brilliance – great brightness; luster
Bryony -any Old World vine or climbing plant belonging to the genus Bryonia, of the gourd family, yielding acrid juice having emetic and purgative properties.
Butterfly – an insect with conspicuously marked wings.
Cactus – a succulent spiny plant, of warm, arid regions of the New World, and typically having solitary, showy flowers.
Calamint – plant
Calamondin – a small citrus tree of the Philippines.
Calla – Also called calla lily
Chakra – (in yoga) any of the seven major energy centers in the body
Chimaera – a mythological, fire-breathing monster, commonly represented with a lion’s head, a goat’s body, and a serpent’s tail.
Citrus – including the lemon, lime, orange, tangerine, grapefruit, kumquat, shaddock, citron, and calamondin
Clementine – a small, sweet variety of tangerine with orange-red skin.
Cloud – a visible collection of particles of water or ice suspended in the air.
Clover – plant
Cobweb – a web spun by a spider to entrap its prey.
Coral – made of coral: a coral reef
December – twelfth month of the year
Elm – Tree
Emerald – gemstone
Fae – a fairy.
Fairy -(in folklore) one of a class of supernatural beings, generally conceived as having a diminutive human form and possessing magical powers with which they intervene in human affairs.
Finch – bird
Fire – a state of combustion in which fuel is ignited and combined with oxygen, giving off light, heat, and flame.
Firefly -any nocturnal beetle of the family Lampyridae, characterized by a soft body with a light-producing organ at the rear of the abdomen.
Flame – the state or condition of blazing combustion
Flight – power of flying
Flutterby – Mythical plant by J. K. Rowling. This kind of bush quivers and shakes. “Flutterby” is an old name for “butterfly”
Georgia – Place Name
Glowfly – Firefly
Gossamer – a fine, filmy cobweb seen on grass or bushes or floating in the air in calm weather, esp. in autumn.
Grapevine – a vine that bears grapes
Hail – to cheer; small pellets of ice falling from clouds
Hallow – to honor as holy
Hazel – Hazelnut tree
Hazelnut – Hazelnut tree
Honey – a sweet fluid produced by bees from the nectar collected from flowers
Hymn – a song or ode in praise or honor of god, a deity, a nation, etc.
India – Place name
Iris – Flower; eyes; rainbow
Ivy – Clinging Vine
Jade – Jewel
January – first month of the year
Jasmine – Flower
June – sixth month of the year
Juniper – Tree
Lark – bird
Lavender – shrub
Leaf – part of a plant
Licorice – plant
Light – something that makes things visible
Lilac – flower
Linnea – flower
Lore – learning, knowledge, or erudition esp. of a traditional, anecdotal, or popular nature
Lotus – flower
Luna – Latin for moon
Lyric – a short poem of song-like quality
Magpie – bird
Mallow – plant
Mallowsweet – Centaurs burn this, observing the fumes and flames to refine the results of their stargazing.
Maple – Trees, shrubs, syrup
May – fifth month of the year
Mirror – a reflecting surface; shout out to the Mirror of Erised.
Moonrise – the rising of the moon above the horizon.
Moonstone – Gemstone; used in various potions
Mustardseed – Seed of any various mustard plant; a fairy in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
November – eleventh month of the year
Oceana – Ocean
October – tenth month of the year
Olallie – Berry
Olive – Tree
Onyx – Gemstone
Opal – Gemstone
Owl – bird
Panthera – Panther
Paprika – spice
Peaceblossom – a fairy in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Peach – fruit
Pearl – a smooth, rounded bead formed within the shells of certain mollusks; valued as a gem when lustrous and finely colored.
Pepper – spice
Peridot – gemstone
Pine – Tree
Piper – One who plays the pipes or flute
Plum – Tree, fruit
Poet – a person who composes poetry.
Poppy – Flower
Psyche – Soul
Raspberry – berry
Rose – Flower
Rosemary – herb
Ruby – gemstone
Salt – mineral
Sapphire – Blue; gemstone
Selkie – a mythical creature that looks like a seal in water but assumes human form on land.
September – ninth month of the year
Sesame – seed
Sparrow – Bird
Summer – Season name
Sunday – Day of the week
Tallulah – Native American, “Leaping water.”
Tuesday – Day of the week
Vervain – herb
Violet – Purple, flower
White – Color
Willow – tree
Winter – Season name
Wren – Bird
Xanthe – Yellow