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Names That Mean Snow

Names That Mean Snow

Names that mean snow are cool and icy — perfect for a child born in the snowy season!

Names with snowy meanings are common in cold-climate countries — many Scandinavian names have meanings related to snow, such as the Finnish name Lumi and the Icelandic name Andri.

Along with Lumi, other girl names that mean snow worth considering include Neve, Haunani, Yuki, and Eira.

In addition to Andri, other boy names that mean snow worth considering include Ayaz, Moroz, Yukio, and Edur.

Unisex names that mean snow on the rise include Frost, Glacier, and Ice.

Featured on this list are names that mean snow, names that mean ice, and names that mean frost. Access a complete array of Name Meanings by clicking through.

If you’re expecting a baby when it snows, browse our complete collection of snow names. You may also be interested in our lists of Winter Baby Names, Weather Baby Names, December Baby Names, January Baby Names, and February Baby Names.

AputHeart

  • Origin:

    Diminutive of Aputsiak, Greenlandic
  • Meaning:

    "snow crystal"
  • Description:

    Snowy short form.

AsayuHeart

  • Origin:

    Japanese
  • Meaning:

    "morning snow"

AsqarHeart

  • Origin:

    Kazakh
  • Meaning:

    "snow"
  • Description:

    Associated with Prime Minister Аsqar Маmın.

AyukiHeart

  • Origin:

    Japanese
  • Meaning:

    "snow lover"

BefrawHeart

  • Origin:

    Kurdish
  • Meaning:

    "snow"

BefrîHeart

  • Origin:

    Kurdish
  • Meaning:

    "snow"

BerfanHeart

  • Origin:

    Kurdish
  • Meaning:

    "snow"

BerfhatHeart

  • Origin:

    Kurdish
  • Meaning:

    "snow is here"

BingxueHeart

  • Origin:

    Chinese
  • Meaning:

    "snow and ice"

BorakeHeart

  • Origin:

    Albanian
  • Meaning:

    "snow"

BorimeHeart

  • Origin:

    Albanian
  • Meaning:

    "powdery snow"

ChionHeart

  • Origin:

    Greek
  • Meaning:

    "snow"

ChioneHeart

  • Origin:

    Greek
  • Meaning:

    "snow"
  • Description:

    In Greek mythology, Chione is turned into a snow cloud by Zeus and Hermes.

ChioniaHeart

  • Origin:

    Greek
  • Meaning:

    "snow"
  • Description:

    Rare saint's name with a snowy meaning.

ChiyukiHeart

  • Origin:

    Japanese
  • Meaning:

    "thousand snow"

ChiyukiHeart

  • Origin:

    Japanese
  • Meaning:

    "thousand snow"

DëborakeHeart

  • Origin:

    Albanian
  • Meaning:

    "snow"

DeboreHeart

  • Origin:

    Albanian
  • Meaning:

    "snow"
  • Description:

    Nope, not related to Deborah — Debore derives from the Albanian word for "snow."

DrífaHeart

  • Origin:

    Old Norse
  • Meaning:

    "snowfall"
  • Description:

    Drífa comes from a snowy family in Norse mythology — father Snær and sisters Mjǫll and Fǫnn.

EdurraHeart

  • Origin:

    Basque
  • Meaning:

    "snow"