When thinking of baby names, naming them after your favourite dish or food isn't what first comes to mind. However, these food-inspired names are weirdly wonderful and on should be on the tip of every foodie mama's tongue...
Sylvester Stallone named his baby boy Sage in 1976. Other spice names include Ginger, Rosemary and Basil.
Taken from the Latin oliva (a tree of the olive family). A branch from the olive tree has long been regarded as a symbol for peace.
Yes... Kale, sometimes spelt as Kayle or abbreviated from Kalen, is a Gaelic unisex given name.
The name Clementine is a baby girl name. In French the meaning of the name Clementine is: meaning clemency, mercy.
The name Honey is an English baby girl's name. In English the meaning of the name Honey is: Sweet.
Cherry, which derived from Cheryl is a baby girl's name that is number 1,548 in popularity this year.
The name Basil is a boy's name of Greek origin meaning "regal". Basil and is often added to lists such as Saints' Names For Baby Boys'
Best known because Gwyneth Paltrow and Chirs Martin called their baby girl Apple. A nature name for a tree that bears rounded red, yellow, or green fruit that has a strong biblical connotation as the temptation of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.
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