Several friends of mine argued that we choose Azalia for our daughter’s name based on Ali Sastra’s song. That’s not completely wrong, ’cause we do like that song, and I knew this kind of flower from that song actually. But the main reason why we choose this name is the meaning of the flower itself.
Azalia/ Azalea / Tsutsuji / Evergreen
Azalea tends to represent good qualities of personalities, but it also symbolizes specific emotions or events. Many people feel this flower means:
- Remembering your home with fondness or wishing to return to it.
- Taking care of yourself and your family
- Temperance – the Victorians often carried a bloom if they supported the prohibition of alcohol, but it also represents emotional evenness
- Passion that is still developing and fragile
- Elegance and wealth
- Femininity and feminine beauty
- Abundance, especially of beauty or intelligence
These personalities that we hope will be on our first daughter.