22/11/2017 16:08 GMT | Updated 24/11/2017 14:04 GMT

14 Perfect Baby Names For Children Born In The Winter Months

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Baby nameinspiration can be found in the simple things, such as the time of year, or the weather.

The wintery months provide lots of options for parents with a baby born between December and February (and don’t let this hold you back if you can’t resist a June-born Snow).

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Here are 14 winter inspired baby names, perfect for your newborn boy or girl.

  • Robin
    Robin is English in origin, and originally became popular because of Robin Hood. Today the name is more closely associated with the British wintery bird - the robin red breast. 
  • Snow
    Nothing says winter months like longing for a touch of snow on the ground. Whether you love it or hate it, a white Christmas is symbolic of the season.
  • Alaska
    This might seem like an odd choice for non-Americans, but famous for being a place of temperature extremes, Alaska has beautiful origins, meaning 'great land'.
  • Noelle
    Noelle (or Noel) translates from French to Christmas.
  • January
    Made famous by actress January Jones, this would be a great choice for a baby born in the first month of the year, or for parents who love the new beginnings it represents.
  • Elsa
    The idea of calling your child Elsa might give lots of parents Frozen-related nightmares, but you have to admit, it's pretty wintery.
  • Holly
    What could be more traditional than paying homage to the winter shrub? Holly is a name with English roots. 
  • Paloma
    The Spanish name for dove, Paloma is a great choice for a girl. 
  • Neva
    In Latin, the word 'nivis' means snow and this has evolved into Neva in the English language. A great choice if you fancy weather-inspired monikers, but want to be less obvious.
  • Demi
    Demeter was the Greek goddess responsible for the arrival of winter. Shortened to Demi this is a great name for a child of the colder months.
  • Lumi
    Meaning snow in Finnish, Lumi is a great choice (even if the most snow we get is some wet slush).
  • Bianca
    Famous for staring in both Shakespeare's 'Othello' and 'The Taming Of The Shrew', Bianca actually translates to white. 
  • Ember
    A less conventional choice (sounding a little like Amber), Ember evokes images of cold nights getting cosy by the fire. 
  • Eirwen
    Eirwen is a Welsh name (pronouced 'Ay-ren') and roughly translates to white as snow.

Whether you’re looking for a name that is ‘cool’, ‘cute’, ‘pretty’, or ‘unique’, our Baby Name Generator is here to inspire you. Discover the meaning of your favourite name, browse the 100 most popular baby girl names and baby boy names in England and Wales, or let our Random Name Generator throw up an unusual suggestion.