80 Unusual Dog Names Inspired By Weather

Weather-inspired dog names are part of the natural dog names, and they are more and more popular today. If you like dog names inspired by nature, you will surely like this list of 80 unusual dog names inspired by sky, sun, wind, storm, thunder, rain, and snow. Check out the below list and select your favorite names for your beloved boy or girl puppies.

Dog Names Inspired By Sky

Atlas: The Titan who hold the sky on his shoulders in Greek mythology, the god of astronomy and travel.
Zeus: Zeus wasn't just the supreme god, he was also the god of the sky, thunder, lightning, and fate, among other weighty responsibilities.
Hera: The mythological Greek queen of heaven and wife of Zeus.
Juno: In Roman mythology Juno was the wife of Jupiter and the queen of the heavens.
Jupiter: The god of sky and thunder, king of the gods in Ancient Roman religion and mythology.

Jove: Another name of Jupiter, the god of sky and thunder, king of the gods in Ancient Roman religion and mythology.
Cronus: Father of Zeus in Greek mythology, the previous god of the sky and ruler of the Titans.
Caelus: A primal god of the sky in Roman mythology.
Aither: God of the shining light of the blue sky.
Tyr: The sky god in Norse mythology. He sacrificed one of his hands for the good of the gods.
Nut: Egyptian girl name means "mythical sky goddess."
Othin: Norse god of the sky.
Ziarre: American goddess of the sky.
Azure: French girl name means "sky-blue."
Celine: French girl name means "sky or heaven."

Dog Names Inspired By Sun

Aurora: Latin name means "dawn, sunrise." Aurora was the Roman goddess of sunrise, also a gorgeous name evoking thoughts of the Northern Lights. In some versions of the fairy tale "Sleeping Beauty", the princess's name is Aurora.
Helen: Greek name means "rays of the sun, shining one." Helen was the mythological goddess over whom the Trojan War was fought.
Sol: Latin name means "sun." The Roman god of the sun.
Aine: Irish goddess and Faery Queen of summer, wealth and sovereignty. She is associated with midsummer and the sun, and is sometimes represented by a red mare.
Elaine: Old French form of Helen, which means "rays of the sun, shining one."

Elio: Spanish name means "sun," refers to the Greek sun god Helios, who rode across the sky each day in a horse-drawn chariot.
Freyr: The God of sunlight, peace and fertility in Norse mythology.
Apollo: The Greek God of the sun.
Phoebus: An alternate name for the sun god Apollo, the name Phoebus means "bright, pure."
Apollonia: Feminine variation of Apollo, Greek sun god. Apollonia Kotero is an American actress best known for co-starring in Prince's 1984 film Purple Rain and for having been the lead singer in the girl group Apollonia 6.
Helios: Greek god of the sun.
Malina: The sun goddess in Inuit mythology. Also the Hebrew girl name means "the tower."
Eliana: Greek name means "daughter of the sun."
Samson: Biblical name means "sun child, little sun."
Cyrus: Persian name means "sun."
Oriana: Latin name means "sunrise; dawn; golden."
Kyra: Feminine of Cyrus, which means "sun" in Persian.
Alba: Latin name means "dawn, sunlight." The name Alba has a glamorous association with Hollywood actress Jessica Alba.
Soleil: French name means "sun."
Sunny: English name means "filled with sunlight."

Dog Names Inspired By Wind

Aquilo: Greek name means "north wind."
Aira: American name means "of the wind."
Boreas: Greek name means "the north wind."
Brisa: Spanish name means "breeze."
Keith: Gaelic name means "wind" or "wood."
Solana: Latin name means "wind from the east."
Tadi: American name means "wind."
Zephyr: Greek name means "of the west wind." Variations: Zephira, Zephyra, Zephyrus, Zyphire.

Dog Names Inspired By Storm

Lilith: Hebrew girl name means "night monster, storm goddess."
Molan: Irish boy name means "servant of the storm."
Pillan: American unisex name means "god of stormy weather."
Scur: English boy name means "storm."
Abrecan: Anglo-Saxon boy name means "storm."
Adad: Greek boy name means "storm and flood god."
Lee: English unisex name means "sheltered from the storm."
Ekaitz: Basque boy name means "storm."

Dog Names Inspired By Thunder

Thor: Scandinavia name means "thunder." Variants: Thorian, Thorin, Thorsson, Thour.
Barak: Hebrew name means "flash of lightning."
Bronta: Greek name means "thunder."
Donar: Denmark name means "god of thunder."
Keme: Native American name means "thunder."
Taren: Welsh name means "thunder." Variants: Tarran, Tarrant, Taryn.
Terrell: England name means "thunder ruler." Variant: Terril.
Thora: Scandinavia name means "thunder."
Taima: American name means "loud thunder."
Tama: Native American name means "thunder."
Sorine: Denmark name means "thunder God."

Dog Names Inspired By Rain

Rain: English name means "rain." Variants: Raine, Raina, Rainn, Rayne, Reine or Reign.
Dalfon: Hebrew boy name means "raindrop."
Talia: Hebrew name means "rain from heaven."
Lokni: Native American name means "rain falling through the roof."
Amaya: Japanese name means "night rain."
Nasha: African name means "born during rainy season."

Dog Names Inspired By Snow

Snow: Fresh and pure name for the baby born in the cold winter.
Eira: Welsh name means "snow."
Lumi: Finnish name means "snow."
Neva: Spanish name means "white snow."
Neve: Latin name means "snow."
Nevara: Spanish name means "to snow."
Bora: Albanian name means "snow."
Edur: Basque name means "snow."
Nevada: Spanish name means "covered in snow."
Yas: Native American name means "snow."
Yukio: Japanese name means "snow boy."

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