Other Origin(s):British, Persian
Meaning:Autumn flower; Dried, fallen leaves; Dried Deer; Gazelle; Hazel tree
Nurture your bundle of joy’s earthy spirit with the name Hazal. This feminine name has Turkish, Kurdish, Persian, and Old English roots to help your little one appreciate the flora and fauna of the natural world. With its Turkish connection, Hazal translates to “autumn flower” or “dried, fallen leaves”—a beautiful choice to show baby the beautiful, vibrant change this season brings. Haal can also come from the Kurdish name Xezal, which means “deer” or “gazelle” and can match your little one’s gentle, graceful demeanor. If you’d rather strengthen baby’s proud tree-hugging side, Hazal can be used as a cute twist on the Old English name Hazel, connecting your little one to the lush tree and its sweet-tasting nuts. As baby relaxes under the trees, watches the leaves fall, and observes the animals prancing about the meadow, the name Hazal will always help them feel one with the earth.
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