15 utterly perfect names for babies born in winter
Winter is beautiful.
It's the season of frosty mornings, cozy nights in, Christmas, snow on the ground and so much hygge.
And if you are expecting your little bundle of joy to arrive in the next few months, you might be on the hunt for the perfect name right about now. Well, how about letting the season inspire you? Luckily, there are so many gorgeous monikers inspired by this lovely season we are in – and here is a little selection:
This lovely-sounding name actually means 'snow' in Welsh.
He's bound to be into winter sports if you give him this moniker.
The Italian saint was a virgin martyr who died in the 4th century. Her name means 'Graceful Light' and in Scandinavia, St. Lucia Day is celebrated every year on December 13th.
Named after Santa himself.
Neve actually means 'snow' in Latin.
Another Welsh name, this time meaning ‘white as snow’.
Because, well, OBVIOUSLY the Queen of Ice herself.
Storm is a popular name overseas. It held the 90th spot in Norway in 2014.
Nothing screams winters and holidays more than Holly.
A bird's name that also makes for the perfect choice for a winter-born baby boy, we think.
The gorgeous deep green winter plant makes for the perfect baby girl moniker.
Aster, the unisex name, meaning ‘star’ brings to mind the infamous Star of Bethlehem.
This cute Finnish name means ‘snow.’
Gabriel is the name of the archangel who delivered the news of the birth of Jesus Christmas.
Another name meaning ‘star’, this time the Welsh word for it.