The kids may have just gone back to school, but with the cold weather settling in many of us are starting to wrap up for the winter.


And while this season is not exactly everyone’s favourite, if you are due a little baby around this time it is the perfect opportunity to choose a unique winter-inspired style baby name. 


To help you get started, we have compiled a list of 40 boys and girls names that a pretty unique. 




1. Aneira – meaning snow in Welsh


2. Alaska – a US state that experiences a long winter


3. Angel – in reference to the festive season


4. Bianca – meaning white


5. Demeter – the Greek goddess of winter


6. Ember – the embers of a winter fire


7. Eirwen– meaning white as snow in Welsh


8. Felice – meaning happy


9. Fenella – meaning of the white shoulders


10. Gail – in reference to the stormy weather


11. Gwendolen – meaning white circle


12. Ivy – a winter evergreen


13. Jenara – meaning January in Latin


14. January – the last month of winter


15. Neva – meaning snow


16. Olwen – meaning white footprint


17. Robin – the name of a winter bird


18. Storm – the only winter weather we ever seem to get!


19. Solstice – the winter solstice marks the beginning of winter


20. Winnie – short for winter





1. Aoidh – meaning spirited


2. Aster – meaning star


3. Balthazar – believed to be the name of one of the three wise men


4. Blake – meaning dark


5. Bodhi – Bodhi is a Buddhist holiday in December


6. Caldre – meaning cold brook


7. Coleman – in reference to coal used during the colder months


8. Douglas – the name of a Christmas tree


9. Garnet – the January birthstone


10. Irvin – meaning white


11. Jay – a common winter bird


12. Jasper – meaning bringer of treasure in reference to the three wise men


13. Kenyon – meaning white-haired


14. Lumi – meaning snow in Finnish


15. Noel – ideal if you are due around Christmas


16. Oran – meaning white


17. Quilo – from the Roman mythology referring to the North Wind


18. Wynter – winter with a unique spelling


19. Whittaker – meaning white field


20. Yukio – Japanese for snow




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