Names That Mean Breeze

  1. Aura
    • Origin:

      Greek
    • Meaning:

      "soft breeze"
    • Description:

      Aura is a New Age-y word turned name turned contemporary slang for karm. In Greek and Roman mythology, Aura was the Titan of the breeze and the fresh, cool air of early morning. But at odds with her peaceful, well, aura, the mythological Aura is a tragic figure, ultimately transformed into a fountain by Zeus.
  2. Keanu
    • Origin:

      Hawaiian
    • Meaning:

      "the coolness, or the cool breeze"
    • Description:

      An evocative name brought from Hawaii to the mainland by Keanu Reeves, who was born in Beirut to a part-Hawaiian, part-Chinese father. It moved into the Top 1000 for the first time in over a decade in 2016. Keanu ranks among
  3. Brisa
    • Origin:

      Spanish
    • Meaning:

      "breeze"
    • Description:

      Brisa is commonly used in Latino families, all but unheard of in others.
  4. Aurian
    • Origin:

      Literary name inspired by Latin
    • Meaning:

      "gold, dawn or breeze"
    • Description:

      The eponymous character of the fantasy novel Aurian by Maggie Furey. It may have been inspired by the Latin aurum "gold", or by names like Aurora ("dawn") or Aura ("breeze"), also derived from the Latin.
  5. Blaer
    • Origin:

      Icelandic or Scottish
    • Meaning:

      "breeze or field"
    • Description:

      Blær is a rare Icelandic name meaning "light gust or breeze" that made headlines due to one family's battle to be allowed to use it for their daughter. Iceland has strict name laws and it is not permitted to use a traditionally male name for a girl. The name was finally allowed when she was 15 years old. Blær is also a (female) character in a novel by the famous Icelandic writer Halldór Laxness.
  6. Blær
    • Origin:

      Icelandic
    • Meaning:

      "light breeze"
    • Description:

      Blær is a rare Icelandic name meaning "light gust or breeze" that made headlines due to one family's battle to be allowed to use it for their daughter. Iceland has strict name laws and it is not permitted to use a traditionally male name for a girl. The name was only finally allowed when she was 15 years old. Blær is also a (female) character in a novel by the famous Icelandic writer Halldór Laxness.
  7. Fiza
    • Origin:

      Arabic
    • Meaning:

      "breeze or open"
    • Description:

      Fiza is an Arabic and Muslim name with a variety of reported meanings. A handful of baby girls received this rare name in the US last year.
  8. Blaer
    • Origin:

      Icelandic or Scottish
    • Meaning:

      "breeze or field"
    • Description:

      Blær is a rare Icelandic name meaning "light gust or breeze" that made headlines due to one family's battle to be allowed to use it for their daughter. Iceland has strict name laws and it is not permitted to use a traditionally male name for a girl. The name was finally allowed when she was 15 years old. Blær is also a (female) character in a novel by the famous Icelandic writer Halldór Laxness.
  9. Blær
    • Origin:

      Icelandic
    • Meaning:

      "light breeze"
    • Description:

      Blær is a rare Icelandic name meaning "light gust or breeze" that made headlines due to one family's battle to be allowed to use it for their daughter. Iceland has strict name laws and it is not permitted to use a traditionally male name for a girl. The name was only finally allowed when she was 15 years old. Blær is also a (female) character in a novel by the famous Icelandic writer Halldór Laxness.