Amaryllis

Amaryllis Meaning and Origin

Amaryllis is a girl’s name of Greek origin, meaning: “to spark.” It is derived from the Greek word “amarysso,” which means “to sparkle.” In Greek mythology, Amaryllis was a nymph who fell in love with a shepherd named Alteo. To win his love, she pierced her heart with a golden arrow and every day for a month, she visited him and shed drops of blood from her heart at his door. On the thirtieth day, a beautiful flower grew where her blood had fallen, and Alteo finally realized her love for him. The Amaryllis flower is a popular houseplant that blooms in the winter, and its name is often associated with its striking beauty and vibrant colors. The flower is also commonly used in the holiday season, particularly for Christmas and New Year’s decorations. The name Amaryllis has been given to girls for centuries and continues to be a popular name in many parts of the world. It has various spellings and pronunciations, including “Amarilis,” “Amarylis,” and “Amarillis.”

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