50 Winter Inspired Baby Namesby Elizabeth MacDonald
The leaves are falling and the temperature is dropping. It’s a beautiful time of year and a glorious season to be pregnant. The winter is approaching and is always full of magic and love, and you will be welcoming your new baby into the world! If you still haven’t nailed down the right name for your newest (or first) bundle of sweetness, consider looking to the season for inspiration!
Winter-Inspired Girl Names
Alba: Meaning bright and white.
Aspen: Inspired by the Colorado winter.
Carol: Christmas wouldn’t be complete without the sound of carols filling the air.
Charity: Winter is the season of giving.
Eirlys : Welch for snowdrop.
Ember: A name of warmth in the season of cold.
Gwyn: Meaning white covered.
Holly: The holly berries only ripen in the winter, making them one of the most beautiful foliage of the season.
Hope: Hope fills the season of winter - hope for great things.
Iclyn: Meaning compassionate, the icy name fits any winter girl.
Imani: Means faith.
Ivy: A vine that withstands the cold and maintains its beauty.
January: The most winter-filled month of the year.
Joy: The world needs as much joy as possible.
Juniper: A beautiful evergreen tree.
Natalie: An old tradition for any girl born on Christmas Day to receive this name.
Neva: Spanish for snow or ice.
Noelle: Meaning Christmas
North: The North Star, the North Pole.
Paloma: Meaning dove.
Poppy: the Iceland poppy flower blooms in the early winter.
Snow: Growing in popularity, this name may remind you of a princess, but it’s true meaning will always be tied to winter.
Storm: Symbolic of the blizzards and ice storms, this name is powerful and strong.
Vail: inspired by the mountains.
Winter/Winnie: the season itself makes a beautiful name.
Winter-Inspired Boy Names
Angel: A biblical symbol inspires a beautiful name.
Aster: The star of Bethlehem
Aubin: Meaning white.
Bear: Meaning strong and brave.
Blaze: The blaze of a warm fire throughout a cold season.
Cane: For the love of everything peppermint.
Christian: A traditional choice for the holiday season.
Clay: Dreidels were created from clay.
Douglas: Inspired by the Douglas Fur tree.
Drummer: Oh little drummer boy.
Erwin: Meaning white as snow.
Gabriel: The name of the archangel who heralded the news of Jesus' birth
Heath: An arctic evergreen bush.
Jack: Inspired by Jack Frost.
Jasper: Believed to be a name connected to the Three Wise Men.
Joseph: Mary and Joseph, of course.
Judah: Hanukkah inspired.
Kris: Kris Kringle.
Nicholas: The magical man of Christmas goes by many names, but St. Nicholas may be the most popular.
Noble: A popular tree throughout the holiday season.
Noel: Meaning Christmas
Saint: A handsome name for a winter baby.
Vale: Inspired by the mountains.
Whittaker: Meaning white field.
Ziv: Meaning brightness.