Other Origin(s):French
We’ll get straight to the point: Eglantine is the name for baby! Meaning “needle,” this distinctive feminine name has Latin origins and is sure help baby stick out for all the right reasons. Interestingly, Eglantine is also the name of the stunning flower from the sweetbriar plant. Usually large and in various pink hues, the Eglantine flower is named for the plant’s thorns and derives from the Old French aiglent. Not only is this name one to remember, but it will show baby that they can be both soft and delicate like a flower or sharp and strong like a needle! Famous namesakes include Eglantine Price from the classic film Bedknobs and Broomsticks, or French actress Eglantine Rembauville.

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