Eglantinebeing a fan of English literature I think this name is perfect. Its from Chaucer's "A Prioress' Tale." Its French and means "sweetbriar." (EE-glen-teen)
In the form Eglentyne, this name was first used as a name by 14th century author Geoffrey Chaucer for a segment of his Canterbury Tales. It comes from a flower name derived from Latin aculeatus meaning "thorny" via the Old French aiglant meaning "sweet." It is used to refer to the Rosa rubiginosa, or sweet briar.
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