Meaning:
Flower

Origin:
Tahitian

Tender, Inviting, Solicitous

The Mouse

Tiare (pronounced TEE-are-AY) is the name of the Tahitian Gardenia, the name derives from root words:

Ti

Compelling Presence

Are

Fragrance or Scent

Put together, this word means ‘a potent fragrance’ or ‘strong scent’.

In Tahitian mythology, the Tiare flower was made by the gods Atea (god of creation and giver of light) and his brother Tane (god of beauty)