Meaning:Hazel, light brown
Suitable for a brown-eyed wonder or anyone who loves nature and nuts, elegant Hazelle takes the nutty cake as a charming tree name. Hazelle comes from Hazel, which rose to popularity as a choice for girls in the 19th century. Hazel was initially a surname-turned-masculine personal name dating back to the Old English era, with Hazelle being ultra-feminine and flaunting a French-inspired “elle” ending. Meaning “hazel tree” and “light brown,” this romantic title was sometimes used to compliment dreamy brown eyes or hair. In Irish Celtic mythology, the hazel tree is considered the tree of knowledge. A perfectly deciduous choice, Hazelle won’t lead baby astray in their quest for success.
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