How I found this out is we were reading a book and after we were done we got a extra credit crossword puzzle and that question was on it. So the answer was Rosa. It gave us a hint and it said it was a girls name in the book so that helped a lot.
flower/rose in spanish lily does not mean flower or rose its a name for that but for a person it means pretty flower.
Rosalita is a Spanish origin name for "little rose."
If 'Rose' is a surname, you should not change it. Otherwise, 'Erica' is the same; 'Rose' could be 'Rosa'
The Spanish world for "rose" is rosa.
It's very easy to translate the word 'rose' to Spanish, the name of this flower in this language is simply: 'Rosa'. This word comes from a Germanic name, a name that afterwards was introduced to England in the form of 'Roese', then the name was associated with the flower 'rose', which had obtained its original name from the Latin: Rosa.
For me it means a Pretty name for a Pretty girl....and Rosa means a Rose but in Spanish
rose = rosa
"Rosa" is a Spanish equivalent for the flower, and "rosal" is a Spanish equivalent for the plant, the "rose" (Rosa spp).
roseta (Spanish spelling) = small rose; rosette; rose-coloured cheek; also (in metallurgy) rose-coloured copper
the name Rosa comes from a flower, something nice and pleasent also a color. Rosa= rose/pink (in spanish)