Weather Names

Adad

Akkadian name of the Babylonian-Assyrian god of thunder and storms, meaning thunder Adad is called Ishkur in Sumerian. He is also known by the Akkadian name Ramman, meaning thunderer

Aponivi

Native American Hopi name meaning where the wind blows down the gap

Aputsiaq

Greenlandic name meaning little snowflake

Arshavir

Armenian name meaning attack; rush; storm

Barak

Hebrew biblical name of a military commander, meaning lightning

Boanerges

Surname given to the brothers James and John by Jesus, meaning either sons of Thunder or sons of Tumult

Bolin

Chinese name meaning elder brother rain

Bourkan

Arabic name meaning volcano

Budde

African Ganda name meaning night; occasion; time; weather

Corentin

Breton/French name of Celtic origin, probably meaning hurricane, tempest

Donar

Teutonic equivalent of Thor, meaning thunder

Dumisa

African Zulu name meaning causes thunder

Edur

Basque name meaning snow

Ekaitz

Basque name meaning storm

Eyvindr

Island wind Old Norse name composed of the elements ey island and vindr wind

Feng

Chinese name meaning sharp blade or wind

Flurry

From the English vocabulary word meaning snow squall

Freyr

Ing Old Norse myth name of the god of rain and sunlight.

Gale

Nickname for English Galen, meaning calm, tranquil In some cases, it may have been derived from the vocabulary word, gale, meaning sea storm

Gaydzag

Armenian name meaning lightning

Ghayth

Arabic name meaning rain

Giro

Basque name meaning weather

Glaw

Welsh unisex name meaning rain

Hadad

Aramaic name of a Semitic god of storms and rain, meaning thunder *HAdad" >HAdad is equated with Babylonian-Assyrian Adad" >HAdad, and is also known by the byname Rimmon, meaning thunderer

Harinder

Hindi name composed of the names Hari he who takes away and Indra possesses a drop (of rain)

Hevovitastamiutsto

Native American Cheyenne name meaning whirlwind

Hung

Chinese name meaning flood

Indra

Possesses a drop (of rain) Hindi myth name of the king of gods, composed of the Sanskrit elements indu drop and ra possessing

Ishkur

Sumerian form of Akkadian Adad, meaning thunder

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Leucetius

Gallo-Roman myth name of a god of thunder, meaning white light

Lokni

Native American Miwok name meaning rain falls through the roof

Makani

Hawaiian name meaning wind

Mazin

Arabic name meaning rain clouds

Meallan

Little lightning Irish name composed of the Gaelic element mall lightning and a diminutive suffix.

Mellan

Variant of Irish Meallán, meaning little lightning

Minninnewah

Native American Cheyenne name meaning whirlwind

Molan

Irish name meaning servant of the storm

Nevada

English unisex name derived from the state name, itself meaning snow-capped

Niyol

Native American Navajo name meaning wind

Ostots

Basque name meaning thunder

Pajackok

Native American Algonquin name meaning thunder

Paylag

Armenian name meaning lightning

Perun

Slavic myth name of a god of lightning, meaning "thunder."

Phirun

African Khmer name meaning rain

Phong

Vietnamese name meaning wind

Pyry

blizzard, snowstorm

Raiden (雷電)

Japanese myth name of a god of thunder, meaning thunder and lightning

Ramman

Akkadian name of a Babylonian-Assyrian god of thunder and storms, meaning thunderer Ramman is also known by the name Adad, meaning thunder

Rimmon

Aramaic byname of the storm and thunder god Hadad, meaning thunderer

Shant

Armenian name meaning thunderbolt

Storm

English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, storm

Summanus

Roman myth name of a god of nocturnal lightning and thunder, meaning nighttime

Taranis

Celtic myth name of a thunder god, meaning thunder

ThÓr

Norse myth name of the god of thunder, meaning thunder

ThÓr

Norse myth name of the god of thunder, meaning thunder

Thorr

Variant of Norse Thor, meaning thunder

Thunor

Anglo-Saxon form of Old Norse Thor, meaning thunder

Tlaloc

Aztec myth name of a god of rain, meaning "of the earth" in the Nahuatl language.

Tor

Scandinavian form of Norse Thor, meaning "thunder."

Tore

Scandinavian nickname for Norse names beginning with Thor-, meaning "thunder."

Tue

Danish form of Old Norse Thor, meaning thunder

Tuireann

Irish/Celtic myth name of the husband of Brighid, probably meaning thunderer

Ture

Variant of Scandinavian Tore, meaning "thunder."

Ukko

Finnish myth name of a sky and thunder god, meaning old man

Vanada

Hindi name meaning rain-giver

Volkan

Turkish name meaning volcano

Wayra

Quechua name meaning wind

Xue

Chinese unisex name meaning "studious" for boys and "snow" for girls.

Yas

Native American Navajo name meaning snow

Yuki (幸, 雪)

Unisex nickname for Japanese names beginning with Yuki-, meaning happiness; snow
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