100+ Snowy December Baby Names

December, the last month of the year is not only a step towards a new beginning but also a time for joy, Peace, and cozy Christmas vibes. If your baby happens to be born in this month, we’ve got you covered when it comes to baby names.

December Baby Names

Xavier

Means ‘the new house’, English origin, a place in Basque

Noel

French origins, means ‘Christmas’, popularized by Noel Coward

Jasper

Persian origin, means ‘the treasurer’, also spelt Caspar, Kaspar

Ethan

Hebrew origin, means ‘rock solid’, popularized by ‘Mission Impossible’

Clement

Latin origin, means compassionate, popularized by St. Clement of 1st century

Bruce

Scottish origin, translates to ‘French town of Brix’

Aaron

Hebrew origin, named after the elder brother of Moses

Susan

Hebrew origin, translated to ‘lily’ or ‘rose’

Noelle

French origin, feminine word for Noel, meaning Christmas

Mary

Hebrew origin, named after the mother of Jesus, popularized by Mary Poppins

Juana

Latin origin, female word for Juan

Faith

The English version of the Latin word ‘fidere’

Eve

Hebrew origin, translates to ‘to breathe’, named after the first ever female to walk the Earth

Eden

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘a place of enjoyment’ referring to the Garden of Eden

Candy

Cushitic origin, a hereditary title passed down to the queens of Ethiopia

Angele

Female form of the name Angelus, meaning the messenger of God

Angel

Greek origin, meaning envoy, popularized by Argentine Angel Di Maria

Victory

Latin roots, from the word Victoria, meaning ‘to defeat’,

Sarah

Hebrew origin, the wife of Abraham in the Old Testament

Naomi

Hebrew origin, translates to ‘beautiful’, popularized by Naomi Watts

Nicholas

Greek origin, amalgamation of ‘nike’ meaning victory and ‘laos’ meaning people

Joseph

Hebrew roots, translates to ‘he will add’, popularized by Joseph Carr

Frost

English origin, meaning ‘cold weather’, popularized by Robert Frost

Christian

Latin origin, meaning ‘follower of Christ’, popularized by Christian Bale

Balthasar

Hebrew roots, meaning ‘save the ruler’, in Persian it means ‘advisor in war’

Caleb

Hebrew origin, multiple meanings like ‘a crow’, ‘a dog’, or ‘a case’

Starr

English origin, a version of the name Star

Olympia

The feminine word for Mt. Olympos, the home of Greek Gods

Natalia

Latin origin, refers to the Day Of Christmas, popularized by Natalie Portman

Lucy

Latin origin, feminine form of the name Lucius, meaning ‘light’

Yule

English origin, refers to the time of winter

Snowden

English origin, meaning hills covered with snow

Moses

Egyptian origin, translates to ‘son’, Biblical references

Michael

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘who is like God’, most popularized by Michael Jackson

Jack

Derived from an old name Jankin, popularized by Jack Nicholson

Gabriel

Hebrew origin, refers to ‘God is my Strong man’, major Biblical name

Emmanuel

Hebrew name, translates to ‘God is with us’, the Messiah in Old Testament

Leah

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘weariness’ or ‘ruler’, popularized by Star Wars

Hannah

Hebrew roots, meaning ‘grace’, popularized by Hannah Montana

Barbara

Greek origin, translates to ‘foreign’, popularized by Barbara Streisand

Holly

English origin, meaning ‘tree’ or ‘shrub’

Helen

Greek origin, meaning ‘moon’ or ‘a ray of light’, popularized by Helen Mirren

Emmanuelle

Hebrew origin, female form of the name Emmanuel

Christane

Feminine form of the name Christian, meaning ‘follower of Christ’

Abigail

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘a father’s joy’, 3rd wife of Moses

Winter

English origin, name of a season

Kris

English origin, short of Christopher, translates to ‘disciple of Christ’

Dagon

Ugaritic word translates to ‘grain’ or ‘little fish’

Jesse

Hebrew origin, nickname for Jessica, used for both boys and girls

Leora

Hebrew origin, translates to ‘light’, also spelt Liora

Juniper

Latin origin, meaning ‘young’, also named after shrubs

Jovie

Feminine form of Jove, the Roman king of Gods

Laila

Arabic origin, translates to ‘night’ or ‘holy’, name of Muhammad Ali’s daughter

Kane

Mixed Japanese, Welsh, and Hawaiian origin, translates to ‘golden’, ‘beautiful’, and ‘man of eastern sky’

Narcissa

Greek origin, meaning ‘daffodil’, December’s flower of the month

Nico

Greek origin, translates to ‘people of victory’, nicknames Nick

Noor

Arabic origin, meaning ‘light’

Nia

Swahili origin, translates to ‘resolve’ or ‘brilliance’

Neve

Mixed Irish, Latin origin, meaning ‘snow’, pronounced Neh-v

Unity

English origin, meaning ‘oneness’, a virtue name

Virginia

Latin origin, meaning ‘virginal’ or ‘pure’, popularized by Elizabeth 1

Turquoise

French origin, translates to ‘turkish stone’, similar in shade to Aqua

Uriel

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘god is my light’, nicknamed Uri

Daffodil

Dutch origin, meaning ‘asphodel’, nicknamed Daffy

Fairuza

Turkish origin, meaning ‘turqiose’,birthstone for December

Demeter

Polish version of the name Demetrius

Estelle

French origin, meaning ‘star’, popularized by ‘Great Expectations’

Emerald

Persian origin, meaning ‘green’, a precious jewel

Eira

Welsh origin, meaning ‘snow’, pronounced Ira

Abner

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘father of light’, a commander in New Testament

Aspen

Named after a tree in the poplar family and a resort in Colorado

Amaryllis

Greek origin, meaning ‘to sparkle’, also a flower

Aster

Greek origin, meaning ‘star’, also spelt Astor

Berry

A fruit name

Aubin

French origin, meaning ‘white’ or ‘blond’, masculine form of Aubrey

Belle

French origin, meaning ‘beautiful’, popularized by Beauty and the Beast

Bianca

Italian origin, meaning ‘white’, popularized by the works of William Shakespeare

Gwendolen

Welsh origin, meaning ‘white ring’ or ‘circle’, nicknamed Gwen

Imani

Arabic roots, meaning ‘faith’

Jack

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘he who struggles with God’, named after Jacob

Ivy

English origin, named after the Ivy plant, symbolizes faithfulness

Miracle

Latin origin, meaning ‘wonder’ or ‘marvel’

Lucia

Mixed Spanish, Italian origin meaning ‘light’, female form of the name Lucius

Merry

English origin, meaning ‘lighthearted’ or ‘happy’, one of the best for Christmas babies

Lumi

Finnish origin, meaning ‘snow’

Marley

English origin, meaning ‘a pleasant seaside meadow’, popularized by Bob Marley

Lux

Latin origin, meaning ‘light’, popularized by League Of Legends

Magnolia

Latin origin, meaning ‘magnol’s flower’, a sweet smelling flower

Luz

Spanish origin, meaning ‘light’, pronounced loo-z

Magi

Named after the three wise men who visit little Jesus, also spelt Maggie

Christina

Greek origin, meaning ‘a christian’, nicknamed Chris or Christie

Blanca

Spanish origin, meaning ‘white’, similar to Bianca

Crimson

English origin, meaning ‘rich deep red’

Blaize

French origin, meaning ‘to lisp’ or ‘to stammer’, also spelt Blaise or Blaze

Blanche

French origin, meaning ‘white’, popular in 12th century France

Carol

English origin, meaning ‘free man’, nickname for Caroline

Branch

Latin origin, associated with trees

Casper

Mixed Persian, Scandinavian origin, translates to ‘he who brings treasure’, also spelt Caspar

Stella

Latin origin, meaning ‘star’

Nova

Latin origin, meaning ‘new’, or a star that increases its brightness suddenly

Rudolph

German origin, meaning ‘famous wolf’, popularized by Rudolph the Reindeer

Orli

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘light’, also spelt Orly

Olive

English origin, meaning ‘olive tree’, symbolizes peace and success

Pine

Like Juniper and Oak, a sibling tree name

Snow

English origin, popularized by Jon Snow

Scarlett

English origin, meaning ‘scarlet’ or ‘red’, an occupational name for scarlet sellers

Beth

Named after Bethlehem city, birthplace of jesus

Cady

French origin, meaning ‘present’, short for Cadeaux

Chiara

Italian origin, meaning ‘light’ or ‘clear’

Cindy

Nickname for Cynthia or Lucinda, popularized by ‘How The Grinch Stole The Christmas’

Clementine

Translates to ‘mild’ or ‘merciful’, named after oranges

Clarice

Meaning ‘bright’ or ‘clear’, name of a female reindeer

Epifanio

Hispanic origin, meaning ‘bringing lights’

Gloria

Taken from the word ‘glory’, mentioned in various hymns and carols

Jeanette

Meaning ‘God is gracious’, popularized by Carols

Karen

Meaning ‘pure’

Jemima

Translates to ‘dove’, named after Jacob’s eldest daughter

Mitzi

A variation of the name                Marie, meaning ‘rebellion’

Natasha

Russian origin, meaning ‘born in Christmas’

Nora

Latin origin, Meaning ‘light’

Paloma

Translates to ‘dove’, popularized by ’12 Day of Christmas’

Celyn

Welsh origin, meaning ‘holly’, also spelt Kellin

Rachel

Translates to ‘ewe’, named after the first wife of Jacob

Alfredo

German origin, named after a Christmas elf

Claus

German origin, meaning ‘victory of the people’, short for Nicholas

Comet

Translates to ‘long haired’, named after one of Santa’s reindeers

David

Hebrew origin, means ‘to love’ or ‘father’s brother’

Elden

Means ‘from the valley of the elves’, English origin

Ebenezer

Translates to ‘stone of help’, popularized by ‘A Christmas Carol’

Cristobal

Spanish origin, meaning ‘bearer of Christ’

Ember

English origin, means ‘very hot ashes’

Frank

Means ‘freeman’ or ‘frenchman’, a gift given to Mother Mary on jesus’ birth

Geoffrey

Mixed French, English roots, meaning ‘peace’

Melchior

Named after one of the three wise men, meaning ‘city of the king’

Malachi

Translates to ‘the messenger’, Hebrew origin

Matthew

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘gift of God’, popularized by Matthew Perry

Miles

Latin origin, meaning ‘soldier’, popularized by Miles Teller

Robin

German origin, meaning ‘fame’ or ‘bright’, popularized by Robin Hood

Timothy

Greek origin, meaning ‘honoring God’, popularized in the Christmas Carol

Theodore

Greek origin, meaning ‘God’s gift’, popularized by Theodore Roosevelt

Yeshua

Hebrew origin, meaning salvation

Zane

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘gift from God’, also spelt Zain, popularized by Zain Mallik

Sylvester

Latin origin, meaning ‘woods’ or ‘wild’, popularized by Sylvester Stallone

Nathan

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘gift from god’

Howard

English origin, means ‘brave of heart’, popularized by Howard Hughes

Stephen

Greek origin, meaning ’wealth’ or ‘crown’, popularized by Stephen Hawking

Adam

Hebrew origin, translates to ‘earth’ or ‘ground’, named after the first man according to Bible

Levi

Jewish origin, also spelt levy, popularized by the denim brand Levi’s

Evelyn

French origin, English version of the name Ava

Anastasius

Greek origin, meaning resurrection, masculine form of the name Anastasia

Lazarus

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘God has helped’, popularized by the Legend of Lazarus Pit

Orestes

Greek origin, meaning ‘the one who stands on the mountain’, legend of Greek Mythology

Gentian

Albanian origin, named after the king of Illyrian, a flower

Ambrose

Greek origin, meaning ‘immortal’, popularized by St. Ambrose

Cato

Latin origin, means ‘good judgement’ or ‘wise’, named after the great Roman Orator

Girard

German origin, means ‘brave spear’, also spelt Gerard, popularized by Gerard Butler

Vivian

Latin origin, female form of the name Vivianus, also spelt vivien or Vivienne

Loretta

Italian origin, a version of Laura, a place in Italy

Alfrida

Latin origin, means ‘elf’ or ‘a magical being’, also spelt Elfrida

Sabela

African origin, meaning ‘respond’

Zara

Arabic origin, popularized by the retail fashion chain Zara

Stephanie

Greek origin, meaning ‘crown’, the female form of the name Stephen

Ivanna

Serbian origin, feminine form of the name Ivan, also spelt Ivanna

Albino

Latin origin, meaning ‘white’ or ‘bright’, female form of the name Albinus

Adilia

Arabic origin, an old name of Pleiades

French origin, meaning ‘kind’ or ‘noble’, popularized by Alice in Wonderland

Letitia

Latin origin, meaning ‘joy’ or ‘happiness’, popularized by St. Letitia

Anastasia

Greek origin, meaning ‘resurrection’, female form of Anastasius

Melania

Greek origin, meaning ‘black’ or ‘dark’, popularized by Melania Trump

Eloine

Latin origin, meaning ‘worthy’

Aurelia

Latin origin, meaning ‘golden’,

Ada

German origin, meaning ‘nobility’, nickname for Adelaide or Adeline

Galaliea

Hebrew origin, a version of Galilee, a place in Israel

Sallie

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘princess’

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