Weather Baby Names

Weather baby names are a branch of nature names that reference the -- well, the weather! Some have direct weather meanings while others have a more subtle connection to the weather -- Eira, for instance, is a Welsh name that means snow, and Makani is Hawaiian for wind. Here are some weather baby names for you to consider.
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  • Alizeh

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    This old Persian name was chosen by actress Geena Davis for her daughter. It's an attractive variation on a name that exists in dozens of forms, from Alissa and Eliza to the French Alizee, but you... Read More 

  • Amaya

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    Amaya is a girls' name whose growing use in the U.S. that relates to the popular name Maya. Mariska Hargitay is the mother of a baby daughter named Amaya Josephine. Read More 

  • Autumn

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    Crisp and colorful, Autumn is the most popular season name now -- the only one in the Top 100 in recent years -- with Autumn's coolness only surpassed by Winter.  Read More 

  • Bayu

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    Bayou? No, but it sounds the same, and since both the Indonesian name and the English word have appealing nature meanings, this is a perfect choice for the family that wants to bridge cultures. Read More 

  • Blaze

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    Originally a form of Blaise, though now more likely to be a hot word name; used for both sexes.  Read More 

  • Breeze

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    Most will see this as a refreshing middle name possibility, but Bristol Palin baby daddy Levi Johnston used it as a first name for his new daughter, Breeze Beretta.  Read More 

  • Cloud

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    Like Sky and Sunshine, this fluffy name from the hippie 1970s has floated back onto the naming radar.  Read More 

  • Coro

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    A place name from Venezuela believed to come from an indigenous word for wind, this can make an innovative choice for a child of either sex. Read More 

  • Eira

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    Or, to avoid confusion with the outmoded male Ira, you could just name her Snow.  Read More 

  • Frost

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    Long heard as a last name, as in venerable poet Robert, U.K. talk show host David, British actress Sadie and old Jack Frost, the personification of cold winter weather, Frost has suddenly entered t... Read More 

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