Meaning:Pomegranate; Caribbean island country
Grenada is a gender-neutral Spanish name with the fruit-inspired meaning “pomegranate.” Grenada is also the name of a Caribbean island country, thought to have maybe been named by Spanish sailors after the Andalusian city of Granada. The city was named after the same fruit, derived from the Spanish word for pomegranate, granada, and even has the pomegranate as its official symbol. The original Arabic name for the same city was gárnata, which was thought to mean “hill of strangers.” Pomegranates symbolize an array of positive things across cultures and, with their unique shape and bright seeds, are often linked with abundance. Like a vibrant pomegranate bursting with jewel-toned seeds, baby Grenada will surely make a splash.

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