Bryony Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Bryony:
Derived from bryony (the name of a perennial vine with greenish flowers), which is from the Latin bryonia (to swell, to sprout). Var: Briony.
From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.
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- Nicknames for Bryony
Brynie, Bry, Brys, Bree, Bryzie, Bee, Bry Bry.
- Meanings and history of the name Bryony
Bryony is a perennial flower with white and green blossoms. The name is found most often in Scotland, where bryony is a common plant.
Bryony is considered the "original" spelling, as it shares this spelling with the plant. However, it can also be spelled Briony, which is considered equally valid. Variations like Bryoni and Brioney are not traditional but are occasionally found.
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- Bryony in song, story & screen
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