Winter names for girls???

Hubby wants to know more winter names (other than the ones on the nameberry hot list “winter names”). Does anyone have any ideas? They don’t have to pertain to [name]Christmas[/name], but anything to do with winter (white, snow, etc.).

Thanks in advance!

[name]Neve[/name] (means snow)
[name]Robin[/name] ([name]Christmas[/name] Time bird)

[name]Clarity[/name]/[name]Clarita[/name](captures the crispness of a [name]Winter[/name]'s day)

[name]Christmas[/name] names

the winter names on MY list are:
lux (all the twinkly lights)

but those are just names that remind me of winter/christmas time.

[name]Eira[/name] is a Welsh name that means ‘snow’ (also a Norse name meaning ‘healing’) Eirwen is a variation as well as [name]Gwyneira[/name] which means ‘white snow’
[name]Rima[/name] is a Norse name meaning ‘white frost’
I guess all names meaning white would be winter-y, referencing snow, like [name]Alba[/name], [name]Wendy[/name], [name]Blanche[/name] and such ([name]Alba[/name] being the best…)
[name]Nicole[/name]/[name]Nicola[/name] since it’s the feminine form of (st.) [name]Nicholas[/name] the origin of [name]Santa[/name] [name]Claus[/name]…
Lumi is Finnish for ‘snow’

I’m not too creative ^^

I really love the suggestions of [name]Hollis[/name] and [name]Neve[/name]. Dearest’s suggestion of [name]Wendy[/name] reminded me of [name]Wendolyn[/name] and [name]Gwendolyn[/name].

[name]Nellie[/name] Stevens is a type of holly, so perhaps [name]Nell[/name] could be an option for you.

You may also like [name]Natalie[/name], which means “born on [name]Christmas[/name] day.”

Names that mean “white”:


Good luck! :slight_smile:

Well, I like
[name]Neve[/name] -like [name]Neve[/name] [name]Campbell[/name], right?
[name]Natalia[/name] is already on our ever-growing list (he prefers [name]Natalie[/name] though - I’m rolling my eyes at that one)
[name]Ivy[/name] - I’ve liked for a while, still trying to get hubby to bite.
[name]Noelle[/name] - was on our list at one point, it snuck off though.
[name]Eira[/name] is interesting, so is [name]Gwyneira[/name] - but I’d definitely be worried about pn problems.


I think that this is such a cute name for a girl!

[name]Avery[/name] (techinically means elf, and has been used in folk tales as the name of the leader of [name]Santa[/name]'s [name]Christmas[/name] elves)

[name]Nicola[/name] (in honor of [name]St[/name]. [name]Nick[/name])

[name]Elden[/name]- christmas elf
[name]Angelique[/name]- angel
[name]Avery[/name]- elf
[name]Elwyn[/name]- elf friend
[name]Faye[/name]- elf
Livi- elf
[name]Olivia[/name]- elf army
[name]Natasha[/name] - [name]Jesus[/name]’ birth
[name]Nicole[/name] / [name]Nicola[/name] - from [name]Saint[/name] [name]Nicholas[/name]
[name]Talia[/name] - a version of [name]Natalia[/name], [name]Jesus[/name]’ birth
[name]Stella[/name]- star

sorry for repeats!

[name]Alba[/name] - Meaning: “white”
[name]Candace[/name] - Meaning: “white, pure, sincere”
[name]Gwen[/name] - Meaning: “white circle”
[name]Jenna[/name] - Meaning: “white shadow, white wave”
[name]Livana[/name] - Meaning: “the moon, white”
[name]Whitley[/name] - Meaning: “white meadow”
[name]Rory[/name] - Meaning: “red king”
[name]Scarlett[/name] - Meaning: “scarlet, red”
[name]Xanthe[/name] - Meaning: “golden, yellow”
[name]Zarina[/name] - Meaning: “a golden vessel”
[name]Arella[/name] - Meaning: “messenger from God, angel”
[name]Beatrix[/name] - Meaning: “she who brings happiness”
[name]Natasha[/name] - Meaning: “born on [name]Christmas[/name] [name]Day[/name]” (can just use [name]Tasha[/name], too)
[name]Emmanuelle[/name] - Meaning: “God is with us”
[name]Estella[/name]/[name]Stella[/name]/[name]Estelle[/name] - Meaning: “star”
[name]Eleanora[/name] - Meaning: “bright, shining one”
[name]Angelina[/name] - Meaning: “angelic”
[name]Gloria[/name] - Meaning: “glory”
[name]Caroline[/name] - Like a [name]Christmas[/name] [name]Carol[/name]
[name]Virginia[/name] - Yes, [name]Virginia[/name] there is a [name]Santa[/name] [name]Claus[/name])
[name]Josephine[/name] - being the feminized version of [name]Joseph[/name]
[name]Maria[/name]/[name]Miriam[/name] - being a form of [name]Mary[/name]

Cleodorra (glorious gift)
[name]Lesley[/name] (garden of hollies)
Caelia (heavenly, starry sky)

I was looking up [name]Neve[/name] and found [name]Neva[/name] and [name]Nevara[/name] - I’m not sure on the pn though. What do you all think about those names?

I like [name]Neve[/name], but I’m not fond of names that are one syllable.

[name]Do[/name] you know how to pronounce Caelia???

[name]Nevara[/name] makes me think of [name]Nevaeh[/name]…so I don’t like it :frowning:

I agree with you on the one syllable names…not really a fan…

[name]Do[/name] you know how to pronounce Caelia???[/quote]

If you go with the Greek it is [name]KALE[/name]-ya. But I think that you could get away with [name]KAY[/name]-[name]Lee[/name]-[name]Ah[/name], too.

Ugh. I like the name ( names with “yooneek” spellings catch my eye), but we had a friend who’s very, very, VERY bratty daughter was named [name]Kayla[/name]. Now hubby won’t even go near names like [name]Kaylee[/name], [name]Kaitlyn[/name], [name]Cailyn[/name] (which was my favorite for a long time), etc.

Completely understand. There are a lot of names that have been RUINED for me by bratty kids. But there are also names that I have changed my mind on when the child is sweet.

Oh and I really like [name]Ivy[/name], but I can’t get hubby to catch on to that one.

Here are some unusual ones…

[name]Eira[/name]-Welsh, “snow”
[name]Winter[/name] ([name]Wynter[/name])
Celyn-Welsh, “holly”
[name]Neva[/name]-Spanish, “white snow”
Lumi-Finnish, “snow”
Eirwen-Welsh, “white snow”
Kheimon-Ancient Greek goddess of [name]Winter[/name]
Skadi-Norse goddess of [name]Winter[/name]