100+ Wintery November Baby Names

The month of November represents the final stage of the year with the arrival of winter. If the birth month of your baby is November, we have got you covered with baby names in the list given below

Wintery November Baby Names

Malachy

Irish origin, meaning ‘my messenger’, a version of Melachlin

Kilian

Irish origin, meaning ‘war strive’ or ‘church’, also spelt Ciliian

Magnus

Latin origin, meaning ‘greatest’, popularized by Magnus Carlien

Nova

Latin origin, meaning ‘new’, also ‘a unique star’

Geoffrey

French origin, meaning ‘pledge of peace’, also spelled Jeffrey

Leopold

German origin, meaning ‘brave people’

Hubert

German origin, meaning ‘bright’ or ‘shining intellect’

Maura

Mixed origin, feminine form of Morus

Mabel

Latin origin, meaning ‘loveable’

Grace

Latin origin, English for Gratia

Winifred

Welsh origin, meaning ‘peace making’, named after a Saint

Topaz

Greek origin, meaning ‘a golden gem‘

Zendaya

African origin, meaning ‘to give thanks’, popularized by young actress Zendaya

Virgil

Latin origin, meaning ‘staff bearer’, popularized by Virgil Abloh

Tobias

Mixed Hebrew, Greek origin, meaning ‘god is good’, nickname Toby

Una

Latin origin, meaning ‘one’, or ‘a lamb’

Brice

Mixed Scottish, Celtic origin, meaning ‘speckled’ or ‘ freckled’, also spelt Bryce

Clement

Latin origin, meaning ‘mild’ or ‘merciful’

Aurelius

Latin origin, meaning ‘the golden one’, associated with the Last Good Roman Emperor

Chrysanthemum

Greek origin, meaning ‘gold flower’

Amabel

French origin, meaning ‘loveable’, a version of Annabel

Aurora

Latin origin, named after a Roman Goddess of Sunrise

Charles

Mixed German French origin, meaning ‘free man’, a version of Karl

Colman

Meaning ‘servant of Nicolas’ also spelt Coleman

Bruno

German origin, meaning ‘brown’, popularized by Bruno Mars

Orla

Irish origin, meaning ‘golden princess’ a version of Orlaith

Roland

German origin, meaning ‘famous throughout the land’

Silvia

Latin origin, meaning ‘from the forest’ also spelt Sylvie

November

Latin origin, meaning ‘nine month’

Rufus

Latin origin, meaning ‘red-head’, nickname of King William

Theodore

Greek origin, meaning ‘gift of god’, popularized by Theodore Roosevelt

Percy

French origin, popularized by Percy Jackson

Scorpio

Latin origin, meaning ‘a scorpion’ a zodiac sign

Oceanus

Greek origin, named after  a Titan, a water body surrounding the earth

Eleven

A number name

Flora

Mixed Scottish Latin origin, meaning ‘flower’, also a Roman Goddess

Elena

Mixed Spanish, Italian, Greek origin, meaning ‘bright, shining light’

Emilian

Mixed Slavic, Romanian origin, meaning ‘rival’, masculine name for Emily

Frank

German origin, meaning ‘French man’ or ‘free man’ popularized by Frank Sinatra

Denis

French origin, a variation of Dennis

Emery

German origin, meaning ‘industrious’

Flavia

Latin origin, meaning ‘golden’ or ‘blond’, pronounced Flah-via

Elizabeth

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘pledged to god’, popularized by Queen Elizabeth

Fenella

Celtic origin, meaning ‘wide shouldered’

Felicity

Latin origin, meaning ‘luck’ or ‘good fortune’, named after Roman Goddess Fortuna

Sage

Mixed English, French origin, meaning ‘learned’ or ‘prophetic’

Georgia

Latin origin, female form of Geogre

Winston

English origin, popularized by Winston Churchill

America

Italian origin, named after Amerigo Vespucci

Archer

English origin, meaning ‘bowman’

Myles

Latin origin, meaning ‘soldier’

Gardenia

English origin, meaning ‘a sweet smelling flower’

Benjamin

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘son of my right hand’, popularized by Benjamin Franklin

Guy

Italian origin, named after Guido Faukes

Andrew

Greek origin, meaning ‘strong’ or ‘manly’, nicknamed Andy

Asher

Germanic origin, meaning ‘ash maker’, an occupational name

Thomas

Aramaic origin, meaning ‘twin’ or ‘leader’, nicknamed Tom

Evie

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘life’ or ‘breathe’, the Mother of all the Living

Carter

Mixed English, Irish origin, meaning ‘the one who transports goods by cart’, an occupational name

Godfrey

French origin, meaning ‘peace’ or ‘good’

Hilda

German origin, named after a Valkyrie

Andrea

Greek origin, meaning ‘man’, named after Andreas

Charlotte

French origin, meaning ‘free man’ or ‘petite’, female word for Charles

Zachary

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘god remembers’, popularized by Zachary Levy

Edmond

English origin, meaning ‘prosperity’ or ‘riches’

Gertrude

Germanic origin, meaning ‘strength’ or ‘spear’

 Leonard

German origin, meaning ‘strong lion’ or ‘lion-hearted’

Florence

English origin, meaning ‘blossoming’, named after Saint Florentina

Manasses

Egyptian origin, meaning ‘he that causes to forget’

Vigor

Mixed Anglo, French origin, meaning ‘physical strength’ or ‘energy in an activity’

Emmeric

German origin, meaning ‘home ruler’

Claire

French origin, meaning ‘illustrious’ or ‘enlightened’

Eudoxia

Greek origin, meaning ‘comfort or good reputation’

Caroline

Latin origin, meaning ‘free’ or ‘beautiful woman’

Lisa

English origin, meaning ‘God is my oath’

Inez

Spanish origin, meaning pure’ or ‘holy’

Auberta

French origin, meaning ‘noble’ and ‘bright’

Salomea

Hebrew origin, meaning ‘welcome’ or ‘peace’

Mabel

English origin, meaning ‘lovable’

Dauphine

Greek origin, meaning ‘a laurel tree’

Basilica

Lithuanian origin, meaning ‘fear of the mighty’

Kilda

Scandinavian origin, meaning ‘a fountain’

Hubert

English origin, meaning ‘bright heart’

Karoline

Polish origin, meaning ‘womanly’ or ‘beautiful’

Alane

French origin, meaning ‘little rock’

Quieta

Spanish origin, meaning ‘little girl’

Lucretia

Latin origin, meaning ‘wealth’

Gregory

Greek origin, meaning ‘vigilant’ or ‘watchful’

Lottie

English origin, meaning ‘free’

Toussaint

French origin, meaning ‘all saints’

Emery

English origin, meaning ‘work ruler’

Cahil

Irish origin, meaning ‘slender’

Sinclair

English origin, meaning ‘from St. Clair’ or France

Achille

American origin, meaning ‘form of Achilles’

Napier

Spanish origin, meaning ‘of the new city’

Martin

Latin origin, meaning ‘servant of Mars’ or ‘God of war’

Ursino

Roman origin, meaning ‘bear’

Justus

Lati origin, meaning ‘just’ or ‘fair’

Devereaux

French origin, meaning ‘from the Eure river’

Rich

English origin, meaning ‘brave ruler’ or ‘wealthy’

Odo

English origin, meaning ‘rich or wealthy’

Mercury

Latin origin, meaning ‘god of trade’

Gallegos

Spanish origin, meaning ‘foreigners from Galicia or Spain’

Othmar

German origin, meaning ‘famous’ or ‘wealth’

Roy

Scottish origin, meaning ‘red’

Eamon

Irish origin, meaning ‘rich protector’

Valerian

Slavic origin, meaning ‘strength’

Godfried

Dutch origin, meaning ‘God peace’

Callen

Irish origin, meaning ‘slender’ or ‘thin’

Lenny

English origin, meaning ‘brave as a lion’

Alberto

Spanish origin, meaning ‘noble and right’

Martino

Spanish origin, meaning ‘servant of Mars, God of War’

Fedora

Russian origin, meaning ‘God’s gift’

Lachlan

Scottish origin, meaning ‘from the land of lakes’

Charlette

French origin, meaning ‘free man’

Libby

English origin, meaning ‘God is my oath’

Trudy

English origin, meaning ‘spear or strength’

Sheila

Irish origin, meaning ‘heaven’

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