Violet has also been around for a very long time.
It comes from the Greek word Iola meaning 'violet colour'
VIOLA: Latin name meaning "violet color" or "violet flower."
VIOLCA: Probably a Romani form of Latin Viola
VIOLET: English name
VIOLETA (Bulgarian: Виолета):
VIOLETTA: Italian diminutive form
VIOLETTE: French diminutive form
WIOLA: Pet form of Polish Wioletta
WIOLETTA: Polish form
YOLANDA: English form of French Yolande
YOLANDE: Old French form of Greek Iolanthe
CALFURAY: Native American Mapuche flower name
IOLE (Ιόλη): Greek name
IBOLYA: Hungarian equivalent of Latin Viola
IANTHA: Latin form of Greek Ianthe
IOLANTA (Иоланта): Russian form
JOLÁN: Hungarian form
JOLANA: Czech and Slovene form
JOLANDA: Italian form
JOLÁNKA: Pet form of Hungarian Jolán
JOLANTA: Polish form
Other countries and languages name children for the violet flower, but in their own language (of course!)
CALFURAY: Native American Mapuche flower name meaning "violet."
LJUBICA (Љубица): Serbian
The given name Hyacinth in English is seen as quite old fashioed now, but in other langauges it is very popular.
JACINDA: English variant form of Latin Jacintha
JACINTA: Feminine form of Portuguese/Spanish Jacinto,
JACINTH: English form of French Jacinthe
JACINTHA: Feminine form of Latin Jacinthus
JACINTHE: French form