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Of Germanic origin.

This name derives from the flower “gardenia”.

Gardenia is a delicate flowering plant with creamy white or pale yellow color and characteristic fragrant.

It was named after Dr. Alexander Garden, a Scottish physician and botanist.

The word “garden” derives from the Proto-Germanic word “gardô”, from the ancient Proto-Indo-European “gʰordʰos”, meaning “fence”, “enclosure”, “yard”, “house”.

Other forms of the name are Denia, Gardinia.