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Nicknames For Florence: 41+ Of The Best Florence Nicknames

February 14, 2020

Looking For Nicknames For Florence? Here Are 41 Florence Nicknames

If You’re Thinking Of Picking The Name Florence, Here Are 41 Nicknames For Florence

Are you thinking of using the baby name Florence, or looking for nicknames for Florence?

Here are 41 nicknames for Florence, short names for Florence and more unusual nicknames other than the obvious ones (Flo!).

We also look at the Florence name meaning and middle names for Florence.

Nicknames for Florence - nick names and meaning of the name Florence

We have a Florence, so I can tell you these nicknames are ALL tried and tested. Hopefully you’ll be able to find your perfect Florence nickname!

What Does The Name Florence Mean? The Florence Name Meaning

First, some background on the name Florence.

What does the name Florence mean? The name Florence is an English baby name with Latin origins, and the Florence meaning is ‘flourishing’ or ‘prosperous.’

Although Florence is a traditional English name, it is also connected to the Italian city of Florence.

nicknames for Florence - nicknames for the name Florence

How popular is the name Florence? Is Florence a rare name?

Considered a ‘vintage’ baby name, Florence is a baby name one that has become more popular in recent years in the UK, and is now in the top ten baby names used in the UK. It follows the trend for using baby names that were previously considered old-lady names.

The name Florence is currently the 8th most popular baby name for girls in the UK. There were 2180 baby Florences born in the last recorded year (an increase of six places).

In the US, Florence is a rare name – it is the 622nd most popular name for girls in America.

If you’re thinking of picking the baby name Florence, I can confirm that we are yet to meet another child of the same age named Florence.

You can also read our nicknames for Eliza and my favourite old fashioned baby names.

Famous Women Called Florence

Looking for famous people named Florence?

Famous and notable people with the name Florence include:

Florence Nightingale, the pioneer of modern nursing. You can also read about our trip to the Florence Nightingale Museum in London.

Florence from the 60s TV series The Magic Roundabout

Florence Welch, lead singer in the band Florence And The Machine.

Looking For Middle Names For Florence?

If you’re looking for a middle name for Florence:

Read our list of 150 one syllable names for girls to find a middle name for Florence that’s short and snappy, or try a two syllable girl name.

Alternatively, try Amelia or Olivia

Or try Lily or Ivy if you like floral-themed girl names

41 Nick Names And Short Names For The Name Florence:

nicknames for Florence - best Florence nicknames

Nicknames For Florence:

Here are 41+ brilliant Florence nicknames to help you find your perfect Florence nickname:

  1. Flo
  2. Florrie
  3. Flori
  4. Flora
  5. Floss
  6. Flossie
  7. Flory
  8. Fi
  9. Fifi
  10. Fe
  11. Fee
  12. FeFe
  13. FeeFee
  14. Feefs
  15. Flow
  16. Felia
  17. F
  18. FF
  19. Eff
  20. Effie
  21. Effens
  22. Ren
  23. Renny
  24. Reni
  25. Rence
  26. Lo
  27. Lora
  28. Lore
  29. Lorrie
  30. Lori

Unusual And Funny Nicknames For Florence:

Here are unusual Florence nicknames and funny nicknames for Florence to help you find your perfect funny Florence nickname:

  1. Florentine
  2. Florentina
  3. Florencia
  4. Flofy
  5. FloFlo
  6. Feefeelia
  7. Florida
  8. FloRida
  9. Florence and the Machine
  10. Flora Dora
  11. Flofelia

The possibilities are endless!

If You’re Looking For Baby Names, Make Sure You Read These Posts:

Old-fashioned baby names , Royal baby names, Flower names for girls, nicknames for Lily

Unique girl names or One syllable girl names for your baby or gender neutral names

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