50 Weather-inspired Baby Boy Names

Weather-inspired Baby Boy Names

Every parent wants a name that stands out for their child; that is why choosing a beautiful name that has a deep and positive meaning usually becomes a challenge for some parents.

Once the child is born, there would be a lot of friends and relatives who would have their suggestions while naming a baby, and this makes the process even more difficult.

However, It is very important to remember that the child would carry the name for the rest of their life. Therefore, it has to be well thought of before it is concluded so that when he grows up, he’ll be thankful to you for giving him/her such a name.

As we go through all the seasons from the sunny and rainy summer to the windy to shivery winters, it is normal for us to keep talking about weather conditions. Asides that, the weather sometimes reminds us of good memories we have had.

So, it shouldn’t be surprising that it inspires so many baby names. The thoughts of a Sunny or rainy day are capable of inspiring baby names.

Well if you buy the idea, we recommend you read through this article till the end, as we help you select a lovely and unique name for your little bundle of joy, that is associated with the weather one way or the other.

Weather-inspired baby boy names

1. Aarush

Aarush is an Indian name which means ‘the first ray of the sun’. It is such a beautiful name that denotes a pleasant atmosphere; it would make a great choice for your little one.

2. Barak

The is a Hebrew which could also be spelt as Baraq. Barak is a unique name that means lightning.

3. Baskara

 Baskara is an Indonesian boys name which means ‘sun’. It sure would make such a bright name for your boy.

4. Guthrie

Guthrie is a name of Irish Gaelic origin, and it means ‘windy spot’. It is currently one of the most attractive Scottish names.

5. Haneul

Haneul is a Korean unisex name which means ‘sky’. If you don’t like the sound of this unique name that much, you could just switch it up, and shorten it to neul.

6. Sky

The sky could sometimes be bright, dark or very colourful; it is very vast, covering the entire globe. As a bearing name, sky means ‘atmosphere seen from the earth’, and it is of Scandinavian origin, it could also refer to heaven.

7. Samson

The name Samson is of Hebrew origin, and it means ‘sun’. The name is very popular globally, because of the biblical character who is strong enough to kill a lion with his bare hands. Such an exceptional name would have a great impact on your boy, not just because of the meaning, but also because of the Biblical history behind it.

8. Sulien

Sulien is a rear name of Welsh origin. The name Sulien means ‘sun born’. Although it is not popular, it is fashionable as well as modern.

9. Bayu

Bayu is of Indonesian origin, and it means ‘wind.’ some people confuse the name for Bayou. Although they sound similar and are both Indonesian baby name, the meaning of both the names are different; It is also popular, and it’s sure not to sound old fashioned any time soon.

10. Hanish

The name Hanish is derived from Hanish Gilgamesh, which literary means’ one who forewarns of storms.’ if you think the name makes a difficult choice. You can go for its friendly version Hamish.

11. Rai

Rai is a rare and fascinating name; it means ‘storm.’ This name would make a very good middle name as well as a first name.

12. Thor

Thor is the name of the Norse god of storm, thunder, and strength. It Is popular in many comic books, such as the Marvel Comics where the names stars as the mighty prince of Asgard, it is gradually becoming a popular baby name.

13. Storm

Storm is a very common moniker used widely for boys. This name is straightforward as well as fashionable, popular namesakes would be, Storm Thorgerson, the English graphic designer or the British rapper Stormzy, or even Storm Large, the American singer.

14. Zephyr

Zephyr is a name of Greek origin, and it means ‘west wind.’ Zephyr Is the moniker for the Greek god of the west wind Zephyrus, according to Greek mythology,

15. Naseem

Naseem or Nasim as some prefers to spell it is a traditional Arabic name, which means ‘breeze or soft air.’ It is a unisex name, but it sounds better as a male name, in my opinion. Some females have also answered this name in the past, such as the Iranian-American actress, Nasim Pedrad.

16. Guthrie

Guthrie is a Scottish name, which means ‘windy spot.’ This name has a romantic tone to it. A popular name bearer would be Guthrie McClintic, a major figure in the Broadway theatre world of the 20th century.

17. Adad

The meaning of Adad is ‘thunder’, which often comes along with a great storm. This is the Akkadian name of the Assyrian-Babylonian god of storm and thunder in Babylon.

18. Tal

Tal is a Hebrew name, that means ‘dew or rain.’ The best part of this name is that it is short in spelling and pronouncing, and you also do not need to shorten it for the nickname.

19. Stormy

Just like the stormy weather, this name would make a perfect choice for this name. It sounds very authoritative and hints at a strong and forceful personality for its bearer.

20. Wyndham

Wyndham is an English name, which means ‘from the windy village. A famous name bearer of this evocative name would be the English painter, and novelist, Wyndham Lewis.

21. Sunny

The name, Sunny describes the warmth and the clear sky of the summer. This may be the reason why your boy would have a bright, cheerful and friendly personality. You can even go for its alternative Soleil.

22. Anil

The name Anil, which means ‘air and the wind’ is a Hindu name of Indian heritage.

23. Skyler

Although the name Skyler means ‘scholar,’ but it could also be used to refer to the sky, the name has appeared in countless television shows and movies. Skyler is also the name of a singer in the LMFAO band.

24. Gale

The name refers to the sea storm if you’ve watched the movie “The Hunger Games”. You’ll find out It was the name of Liam Hemsworth’s character. A very popular bearer of this name would be the American actor, Gale Hansen.

25. Raiden

The pronunciation of the Japanese name Raiden sounds very Western. The name means ‘thunder and lightning,’ which often comes with heavy rainfall. It is the name of the Japanese god of thunder as well.

26. Dalfon

The name Dalfon means ‘raindrop.’ You won’t hear this name much in your child’s school as it’s very rare. This name is of Hebrew origin and would fit perfectly with almost any surname.

27. Neil

Neil is an Irish name of Gaelic origin, and it means “cloud’. A popular name bearer would be Neil Armstrong.

28. Anvindr

The name Anvindr is of Norse origin, and it has quite a fascinating meaning, it means ‘against the wind.’

29. Ermir

Ermir is an Albanian name, which means ‘good wind.’ it would make a great name as it is both unique and rear.

30. Govad

Govad is the name of one of the 23 Hamkar archangels, and it means ‘good wind.’

31. Freyr

Freyr is of Norse origin, coming from the word ‘fraujar’, Freyr means ‘lord master.’ According to Norse mythology, Freyr is the name of the god of rain and sunlight.

32. Zeru

Zeru is quite another unique name, although, the Basque name which means ‘sky.’ is often not adopted by parents as a name for their child because of its connection with zero in its spelling.

33. Eyvindr

Eyvindr is an Old Norse name which means ‘island wind’.

34. Hadad

Hadad is the Syrian name which means ‘thunder’. This is the name of the Syrian god of rain and storms.

35. Keyne

Keyne, it is a Celtic name, that means ‘man of the eastern sky.’ This unique name would surely make your boy stand out in his class. In the English language, the meaning of the name is ‘warrior’, quite another positive reference don’t you think?

36. Harendra

Harendra is a name from Punjabi which is derived from the Sanskrit names Hari and Indra. Hari means ‘he who takes away’ and Indra, means ‘possesses a drop of rain.’ it could also be spelt as Harinder.

37. Lokni

Lokni, is a Native American name, that means ‘rain falling through the roof.’ quite rear and apprehensive don’t you think?

38. Yuki

Yoki is an Asian name, which means now storm’ this would be best for your little boys, especially if he was born in December. Popular bearers of the name include Yuki Bhambri, the Indian tennis player, and Yuki Kajiura, the Japanese anime series, music composer.

39. Palinouros

Palinouros is a Greek name which means ‘new storm’ or ‘contrary wind’. Palinouros is the name of the Aeneas’s boat’s pilot In ancient Greek mythology.

40. Anan

Anan is from the Hebrew language. This name can be found in the Old Testament, and it means ‘cloud’.

41. Akash

Akash is of Hindu origin, and it means ‘sky.’ This name is very popular, because of several Bollywood movies featuring the name.

42. Ramiel

In the Islamic and Christian religion, Ramiel means ‘Thunder of God’; it happens to be the name of a Watcher who is also one of the seven archangels mentioned in the Book of Enoch.

43. Ramman

In Hindi, the meaning of Ramman is ‘merriment’. Which is a great meaning for a name; this may be the reason why your boy would always keep a happy face.

44. Tlaloc

In Aztec mythology, Tlaloc is the god of rain. But in Nahuatl, the name means ‘of the earth.’ Tlaloc would definitely make a stunning first name.

45. Corentin

This is a very rear Breton name, it is quite unpopular in the United States, but has made wave in European countries, especially France. Corentin means ‘storm’ in Breton.

46. Enlil

Enlil is derived from the Sumerian word ‘en-lil’ which means ‘lord of the wind.’ According to Sumerian mythology, Enlil is the son of Ki and An; Ki is regarded as the god of storms and wind. This might just be the perfect one for your boy, don’t you think so?

47. Wayra

This is a name from Native American, and it means ‘wind.’

48. Zeferino

Zeferino is a name derived from the Portuguese name ‘Zephyrinus’, and it means ‘the west wind.’

49. Souta

The name Souta is of Japanese origin, and it means ‘sudden sound of the wind.’

50. Van

The name is of  Vietnam origin, and it means ‘cloud’.

51. Zeus

Zeus – of Greek origin – is the name of the ancient Greek deity of the ‘sky’ known for his power and authority5 over the other gods.

According to Greek mythology, He ruled over the earth and humankind from the top of Mount Olympus.

Don’t you think it would make a great deal to have your baby bear such a powerful name?

We hope you found the one that fits perfectly with your little boy.

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