Baby Names Mean Storm

Last Updated: 29 Nov 2016
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How about giving your baby unique names inspired by the weather? It’s not the sweet tropical names like summer that are just too common. Instead, go with more unique names that only few people in the world use. How about names that carry the meaning of storm? Yes, storm is what you can pick for your newborn baby boy or girl name. This name does carry a dark side of weather but it also carries strength. So, when you name your baby girl or boy with this name, you expect he/she to be as strong as storm. What a great name to pick right?

With thousands of languages around the world, there are hundreds of words meaning storm. It can be in English word to Hebrew. Do you even know that Thor as Thor in Marvel’s Movie means thunder? Yes, apparently Thor isn’t just a word. It carries certain meaning with it. So, you can be sure that each of the names is very unique as unique as your baby. So, does it sound like a great pick? Check out the list of the names in various languages that mean storm written below. Hopefully, you will get one out of hundreds different names to be given to your newborn baby.

  • Ahomana (Polynesia) means thunder - Male.
  • Bedagi (America) means big thunder – Male.
  • Boanerges (Israel) means son of thunder – Male.
  • Bronta (Greece) means thunder – Male.
  • Donar (Denmark) means god of thunder – Male.
  • Indira (India) means god of thunder and heaven – Female.
  • Indra (India) means god of thunder and rain – Female.
  • Keme (America) means thunder – Male.
  • Keme (Native American) means thunder – Male.
  • Nariko (Japan) means thunder – Female.
  • Nashashuk (America) means loud thunder – Male.
  • Raamah (Israel) means thunder and greatness – Male.
  • Raamiah (Israel) means evil or thunder from the – Female.
  • Rai (Japanese) means thunder, lightning, trust – Male.
  • Raiden (Japenese) means the thunder God – Male.
  • Raidon (Japanese) means thunder God – Male.
  • Raidyn (Japanese) means God of thunder – Male.
  • Seaiga (Africa) means thunderbolt lightning – Female.
  • Sorine (Denmark) means thunder God – Female.
  • Taima (America) means loud thunder – Female.
  • Taima (Native American) means thunder – Male.
  • Tama (Native American) means thunder – Female.
  • Taren (Welsh) means thunder – Male.
  • Taren (England) means thunder – Male.
  • Tarleton (English) means from the thunder estate – Male.
  • Tarran (England) means thunder – Male.
  • Tarran (Welsh) means thunder – Male.
  • Tarrant (England) means thunder – Male.
  • Tarrant (Welsh) means thunder – Male.
  • Taryn (Welsh) means thunder – Male.
  • Terrel (England) means thunderer – Male.
  • Terrell (England) means thunder ruler – Male.
  • Terril (England) means thunder ruler – Male.
  • Thor (Icelandic) means thunder – Male.
  • Thor (Scandinavia) means thunder – Male.
  • Thora (Scandinavia) means thunder – Female.
  • Thoraldtun (English) means from the thunder estate – Male.
  • Thorfinn (Norway) means thunder finn – Male.
  • Thorian (Scandinavia) means thunder derived from thor – Male.
  • Thorin (Scandinavia) means derived from thor thunder – Male.
  • Thorsson (Scandinavia) means derived from thor thunder – Male.
  • Thour (Scandinavia) means god of thunder – Male.
  • Tirell (English) means thunder ruler – Male.
  • Tor (Norway) means the god of thunder – Male.
  • Torben (Denmark) means thunder bearer – Male.
  • Torbiorn (Sweden) means thunder bear – Male.
  • Torbord (Sweden) means thunder bear – Male.
  • Tore (Norway) means the god of thunder – Male.
  • Tormaigh (Irish) means the thunder spirit – Male.
  • Tormey (irish) means thunder spirit – Male.
  • Tormod (Ireland) means thunder spirit – Male.
  • Tyrell (English) means thunder ruler – Male.
  • Abrecau (England) means storm – Male.
  • Adad (Greece) means storm and flood god – Male.
  • Ahohako (Polynesia) means storm – Male.
  • Ekaitz (Basque) means storm – Male.
  • Girisha (India) means storm God – Male.
  • Lee (England) means sheltered from the storm  - Male. and Female.
  • Lilith (Hebrew) means storm good or night monster – Female.
  • Molan (Ireland) means servant of the storm – Male.
  • Pillan (America) means god of stormy weather – Male. and Female.
  • Scur (England) means storm – Male.
  • Tempest (English) means stormy and turbulent – Female.
  • Tempeste (French) means stormy – Female.
  • Thunder (England) means stormy tempered – Male.
  • Tufan (India) means storm tempest – Male.
  • Wasula (America) means stormy – Female.

So, how do you think of those names? Well, most of the names are designated for baby boys though. But, few names for baby girls are beautiful and unique. So, it shouldn’t be a difficult choice. What difficult is to choose the name for your baby boy because the choices are so many. But, don’t worry. Have a talk to your wife/husband to decide which name you should pick. The name carries you hope and expectation as well so make sure to choose it right. Having a great name, your baby will love it for sure.