Other Origin(s):Latin
Ortsenya, a charming variant of Ortsenia, brings a nature-loving essence to your child. Fans of Roald Dahl's timeless tale, Matilda, might recall Hortensia as a nurturing figure, shielding younger students from the formidable Mrs. Trunchbull. Ortsenya draws inspiration from the vibrant hydrangea macrophylla, known as the hortensia flower in Latin. It's derived from the Roman surname Hortensius, stemming from the Latin word hortus, meaning "garden," granting your little one a floral glow from birth.

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