Browse Submitted Surnames

This is a list of submitted surnames in which the meaning contains the keyword weather.
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Abrego Spanish
As a Spanish surname, it was from Spanish ábrego, which originally meant "African", from Latin africus. The vocabulary word in modern Spanish has lost this general sense and now means "south wind" (literally, "African (wind)").
Akbulut Turkish
Means "white cloud" in Turkish.
Amachi Japanese
This surname is used as 天知, 天地, 天池, 天内, 雨知 or 雨地 with 天 (ten, ama-, amatsu, ame) meaning "heavens, imperial, sky", 雨 (u, ama-, ame, -same) meaning "rain", 知 (chi, shi.raseru, shi.ru) meaning "know, wisdom", 地 (ji, chi) meaning "earth, ground", 池 (chi, ike) meaning "cistern, pond, pool, reservoir" and 内 (dai, nai, uchi, chi) meaning "among, between, home, house, inside, within."... [more]
Amamiya Japanese
From Japanese 雨 (ama) meaning "rain" and 宮 (miya) meaning "temple, shrine, palace". A notable bearer of this surname is voice actress and singer Sora Amamiya (雨宮 天 Amamiya Sora, 1993–).
Amatsubo Japanese (Rare)
Means "rainy atrium, rainy courtyards". From Japanese 雨 meaning "rain", and "坪" meaning "(inner)garden, atrium, courtyard". A famous bearer is Mitsumasa Amatsubo.
Amboloto Filipino, Maranao
Means "rainbow" in Maranao.
Amenomori Japanese
"Forest of rain."
Amihan Filipino, Cebuano, Hiligaynon
Means "north wind" in Cebuano and Hiligaynon.
Anan Various
Anan (Hebrew: עָנַן ‘ānan) is used as both a Hebrew or Arabic name meaning "cloud, vapour" or descriptive "visible water vapour floating above the earth". The Arabic form is from Classical Arabic, possibly adopted from the Hebrew, but with the spelling (Arabic: عَنَان ‘anān) since the proper term of "cloud" in Arabic is saḥāb (سَحَاب).
Arashi Japanese
This surname is used as 嵐 (ran, arashi) meaning "storm, tempest."... [more]
Asaarashi Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 朝 (asa) meaning "morning" and 嵐 (arashi) meaning "storm; tempest".
Baguio Filipino, Cebuano
Hispanicized form of Cebuano bagyo meaning "typhoon, storm".
Bahaghari Filipino, Tagalog
Means “rainbow” in Tagalog.
Beddoes Welsh
“This name derives from Old Welsh name and patronymic surname “Morgetuid / Margetiud”, composed of two elements: “mere” (great, splendid) plus “iudd” (lord). As a personal name the origins are lost in the mists of time but it is certainly pre Roman, however the modern use of the name is commonly taken from Merdydd ap Bleddyn, prince of Powys who died in 1132... [more]
Blancanieves Spanish (Rare)
Means "Snow White" in Spanish.
Blitz German
This surname is presumed to be coming from a nickname for a fast runner or a quick tempered person, from German blitz(er) meaning "lightning" (ultimately from Middle High German blicze.)
Blitzer German, Jewish
Variant of Blitz. from German blitzer "lightning" (Middle High German blicze) presumably a nickname for a fast mover.
Blixt Swedish
From Swedish blixt "lightning, flash".
Blizzard English
A different form (influenced by blizzard "heavy snowstorm") of Blissett.
Boloto Filipino, Maranao
Means "rainbow" in Maranao.
Bulut Turkish
Means "cloud" in Turkish.
Burlin Russian
From burla, meaning "storm".
Burzyński Polish
Habitational name for someone from any of various locations called Burzyn, derived from Polish burza meaning "storm, tempest".
Cehuanocatl Nahuatl
Meaning uncertain, possibly derived from Nahuatl cehua "to be cold, cold weather" or cehualli "shadow, shade cast by something", combined with the suffix -catl indicating affiliation.
Chaemsai Thai
Means "clear, without clouds" in Thai.
Dagohoy Filipino, Cebuano
From a shortened form of the Cebuano phrase dagon sa huyuhoy meaning "talisman of the breeze", which was the nom de guerre of Filipino rebel Francisco "Dagohoy" Sendrijas (1724-1800).
Daiber German
Derived from either Middle High German tiuber "pigeon breeder, pigeon fancier" or from Middle High German touber "wind musician, musician who plays a wind instrument".
Dalogdog Filipino, Cebuano
From Cebuano dalugdog meaning "thunder".
De Las Nieves Spanish
Means "of the snows" in Spanish.
Del Rayo Spanish (Mexican)
Means "of the lightning" in Spanish. Primarily used mostly in Mexico.
Duman Turkish
Means "smoke, haze, fog" in Turkish.
Ehecatl Aztec, Nahuatl
From Nahuatl meaning "wind".
Esenyel Turkish
Potentially from the given name Esen, from esinti, "breeze; that which blows'.
Feng Chinese
Derived from Chinese 风 (fēng) meaning "wind".
Ffrost Medieval Welsh
Devired from the old Welsh word "Ymffrostgar", meaning a brag or boastful person. Originally spelt as "Ffrost", later changed to "Frost".
Finnerty Irish
Reduced anglicisation of Irish Ó Fionnachta meaning "descendant of Fionnachta", a given name derived from fionn meaning "fair, white" and sneachta meaning "snow".
Fuenokaze Japanese
Borne by character Ren Fuenokaze (笛の 風錬) in the fake visual novel adventure game 'Danganronpa 4K: Hopeless Rising', made up of the nouns 笛 (fue) meaning "flute", の (no) meaning "of the", and 風 (kaze) meaning "winds".... [more]
Gür Turkish
Means "bushy, strong" or "thunder" in Turkish.
Gürsoy Turkish
From Turkish gür meaning "bushy, strong" or "thunder" and soy meaning "ancestry, descent, family".
Guthrie Scottish, Irish
As a Scottish surname, this is either a habitational name for a person from the village of Guthrie near Forfar, itself from Gaelic gaothair meaning "windy place" (a derivative of gaoth "wind") and the locative suffix -ach, or alternatively it might possibly be an Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Mag Uchtre meaning "son of Uchtre", a personal name of uncertain origin, perhaps related to uchtlach "child".... [more]
Habagat Filipino, Cebuano
Means "southwest monsoon, southwest wind" in Cebuano.
Hall Estonian
Hall is an Estonian surname meaning both "grey" and "frost".
Halliste Estonian
Halliste is an Estonian name relating to "hall", meaning "grey" and "frost".
Hanarashi Japanese
From Japanese, using the kanjis 花 (hana) meaning "flower", combined with 嵐 (arashi) meaning "storm".
Higai Japanese
From Japanese 樋 (Hi) meaning "rain gutter" and 貝 (Gai) meaning "seashell". A bearer of this surname was Japanese politician Senzo Higai (1890-1953).
Ilm Estonian
Ilm is an Estonian surname meaning "weather".
Ilmjärv Estonian
Ilmjärv is an Estonian surname meaning "weather lake".
Inazuma Japanese (Rare)
This surname is used as 稲妻 which means "(flash of) lightning" (from 稲 (te, tou, ina-, ine) meaning "rice plant" and 妻 (sai, tsuma) meaning "spouse, wife").... [more]
Izumo Japanese
This surname combines 出 (shutsu, sui, i.dasu, i.deru, da.su, -da.su, -de, de.ru) meaning "come out, exit, go out, leave, protrude, put out" with 雲 (un, kumo, -gumo, zumo) meaning "cloud" or 茂 (mo, shige.ru) meaning "be luxuriant, grow thick, overgrown."... [more]
Kaiyō Japanese (Rare)
This surname is used as 回 (e, kai, ka.eru, mawa.shi-, -mawa.shi, mawa.su, -mawa.su, -mawa.ri, mawa.ru, -mawa.ru, motoo.ru) meaning "game, revolve, round" and 陽 (you, hi) meaning "daytime, heaven, male, positive, sunshine, yang principle."... [more]
Kaji Japanese
Japanese surname meaning "wind". This is the last name of famous Japanese voice actor from Tokyo Japan, Yūki Kaji.
Kajihara Japanese
Kaji means "wind" and hara means "plain, field".
Kajiura Japanese (Rare)
Kaji means "wind" and Ura means "seacoast, bay".... [more]
Kamikaze Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 神 (kami) meaning "god" and 風 (kaze) meaning "wind".
Kaminari Japanese
From Japanese 上 (kami) meaning "above" and 鳴 (nari) meaning "sound, to ring" or 雷 (kaminari) meaning "thunder"
Kampū Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 寒風 (kampū) meaning "cold winter wind", referring to possibly a person described as cold or an event that involved cold wind.
Kar Turkish
Means "snow" in Turkish.
Karabulut Turkish
Means "black cloud" in Turkish.
Karjahärm Estonian
Karjahärm is an Estonian surname, possibly derived from "pasture (karjamaa) frost (härmatis)".
Kazami Japanese
From Japanese 風 (kaza) meaning "wind, style" and 見 (mi) meaning "looking, viewing".
Kaze Japanese
Kaze means "wind".
Kazehaya Japanese
Kaze means "wind" and haya means "fast".
Kazetani Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 風 (kaze) meaning "wind, style" and 谷 (tani) meaning "valley".
Keshet Hebrew (Modern)
From the given name Keshet which means "rainbow" in Hebrew, it is used more as a surname than a given name.
Kirigiri Popular Culture
This surname is used as 霧切 with 霧 (bu, bou, mu, kiri) meaning "fog, mist" and 切 (sai, setsu, ki.ri, -ki.ri, ki.ru, -ki.ru, ki.re, -ki.re, ki.reru, -ki.reru, -gi.ri, -gi.re) meaning "be sharp, cut(off)."... [more]
Kirima Japanese (Rare)
Kiri (桐 or 霧) means "paulownia/foxglove tree" or "mist" respectively, ma (間), means "space".
Kirishima Japanese (Rare)
From 桐 (kiri), referring to the tree known commonly as the empress or foxglove tree, 霧 (kiri) meaning "fog, mist" or 切 (kiri) meaning "end, finish; bounds, limits" combined with 島/嶋 (shima) meaning "island."
Kõo Estonian
Kõo is an Estonian surname derived from "kõu" meaning "thunder".
Kõu Estonian
Kõu is an Estonian surname meaning "thunder".
Kuniyuki Japanese
Kuni means "country, large place" and yuki can mean "good" or "snow".
Kurogiri Japanese
From Japanese 黒 (kuro) meaning "black" and 霧 (giri) meaning "mist"
Lei Chinese
From Chinese 雷 (léi) meaning "thunder".
Levan French, English
Comes from le vent, meaning "the wind."
Loor Estonian
Loor is an Estonian surname meaning "veil" and "fog".
Loorand Estonian
Loorand is an Estonian surname possibly derived from "loor" meaning "veil" and "fog" and "rand" meaning "beach": "fog(gy) beach".
Loorits Estonian
Loorits is an Estonian surname derived from "loor" meaning "veil", "fog" and "shroud".
Lumi Estonian
Lumi is an Estonian surname meaning "snow".
Lumisaar Estonian
Lumisaar is an Estonian surname meaning "snow island".
Lumiste Estonian
Lumiste is an Estonian surname relating to "snow".
Matar Various
Means "rain" in Hebrew and Arabic.
Matsukaze Japanese
From Japanese 松 (matsu) meaning "pine" and 風 (kaze) meaning "wind". A notable bearer of this surname is Japanese actor Masaya Matsukaze (松風 雅也).
Matsuyuki Japanese
Matsu (松) means "pine" and yuki (雪) means "snow". ... [more]
Mazini Arabic (Maghrebi)
Possibly from Arabic مَزِين (mazīn) meaning “decorated, adorned” or مازن (mazin) meaning “rain cloud” (see Mazin; chiefly Moroccan).
Meriwether English
Means "happy weather" in Middle English, originally belonging to a cheery person.
Mikumo Japanese
Mi can mean "beautiful" or "three" and kumo means "cloud".
Mizumo Japanese
Mizu means "water" and mo means "cloud".
Mráz Czech
Mráz means "frost".
Mrázek Czech
Means "little frost".
Mróz Polish
From a nickname for a white-haired man or alternatively for one of an icy and unsociable disposition, from Polish mróz "frost". Also can be from a short form of the personal name Ambroży
Myrsky Finnish
Means "storm, tempest, gale".
Nariyama Japanese
Nari means "thunder" and yama means "mountain, hill".
Nihon Japanese (Rare)
Means "Japan" in Japanese, though originally from 日本 (nihon), a clipping of 日本晴れ (nihombare) meaning "no clouds in the sky". It is a reference to an event in the Edo Period, of a weather forecaster who was asked for the weather and answered 日本晴れ... [more]
Nijibayashi Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 虹 (Niji) meaning "Rainbow" and 林 (Bayashi) meaning "Forest". A notable bearer of this surname was academic author Kei Nijibayashi.
Nijine Japanese (Rare)
Niji means "rainbow" and ne means "root".
Nijino Japanese
Made up of the kanji , meaning "rainbow", and ,meaning "of"。... [more]
Nijio Japanese
Niji means "rainbow" and o means "tail".
Noe Medieval English, Korean
A patronymic form of the biblical male given name Noah from the Hebrew word "noach" meaning long-lived. Possible origins could be ... [more]
Oblak Slovene, Croatian
Derived from oblak "cloud".
Pagayawan Filipino, Maranao
Means "place of rainbows" from Maranao pagayaw meaning "rainbow".
Panambolan Filipino, Maranao
Means "rainbow" in Maranao.
Poyraz Turkish
Means "north wind" in Turkish, of Greek origin.
Putenis Latvian
Means "blizzard".
Rajasaar Estonian
Rajasaar is an Estonian surname meaning "border island" or "storm island".
Rajavee Estonian
Rajavee is an Estonian surname meaning "border water" or "storm water".
Raju Estonian
Raju is an Estonian surname meaning "storm".
Rangihau Maori
Rangihau means "windy weather" in Maori
Raviv Hebrew
From Hebrew רָבִיב (raviv) meaning "droplet, rain, drizzle".
Riahi Persian, Arabic (Maghrebi)
Derived from Arabic رِيَاح (riyāḥ) meaning "winds, breezes", the plural of رِيح (rīḥ) meaning "wind".
Ruisard French (Rare, ?)
Originated as a result of trade between France and the Persian Empires before the Iranian Revolution, probably during the Safavid Dynasty. The surname has its roots in the Persian Riahi surname and the Arabic word رِيح (rīḥ) meaning "wind" and the Persian word “sered” before it was altered to fit French spelling rules.... [more]
Saetta Italian
Means "lightning" in Italian.
Sasame Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 左 (sa) meaning "left", -s-, used to represent epenthesis between 2 vowels or a possession marker, and 雨 (ame) meaning "rain; rainfall".
Schnee German, Popular Culture
A German surname meaning "snow". One fictional bearer of this surname is Weiss Schnee, a main character from the popular web series RWBY.
Schnee German, Jewish, Alsatian
from German schnee "snow" Middle High German sne sneo a nickname for someone with white hair or an exceptionally pale complexion... [more]
Shebani Arabic (Maghrebi)
From the name of an Arab tribe which is derived from Arabic شيب (šīb) meaning "white hair, grayness" or "cold, snow". This surname is chiefly used in Libya.
Shimotsuki Japanese (Rare, ?)
霜 (Shimo) means "hoar, frost" and 月 (tsuki) means "month, noon". This is the traditional Japanese word for "November". ... [more]
Shirai Japanese
Means "Purple Thunder". From Japanese 紫 (shi) meaning "purple" and 雷 (rai) meaning "thunder". Notable bearers are joshi wrestlers Mio Shirai and Io Shirai.
Sho Japanese
Japanese name meaning "to fly/soar" or "wind instrument".
Şimşek Turkish
Means "lightning, flash" in Turkish.
Snape English (British), Scottish
An old, now rare surname, with various origins in Suffolk and Yorkshire in England and Lanarkshire in Scotland, derived from Middle English snaipen, “to injure; to nip (of sleet or snow); to criticize, rebuke, revile”, from Old Norse sneypa, “to disgrace, to dishonor, to outrage”... [more]
Snow English, Jewish (Anglicized)
Nickname denoting someone with very white hair or an exceptionally pale complexion, from Old English snaw "snow".... [more]
Som Khmer
Means "moon" or "air, wind, sky" in Khmer, ultimately from Sanskrit सोम (soma).
Som Khmer
Means "moon" or "air, wind, sky" in Khmer, ultimately from Sanskrit सोम (soma).
Sonnenschein German
Surname meaning "sunshine".
Sota Japanese
From Japanese 颯 (sō) meaning "sudden, sound of the wind" and 太 (ta) meaning "thick, big, great". This name can also be formed of other kanji combinations. There is a character in Danganronpa used as a surname, but it's not actually used as a surname and it's originated from a boy's name from Japanese.
Souta Japanese
From Japanese 颯 (sō) meaning "sudden, sound of the wind" and 太 (ta) meaning "thick, big, great". This name can also be formed of other kanji combinations. Also used as a given name.
Storm English, Low German, Dutch, Scandinavian
Nickname for a man of blustery temperament, from Middle English, Middle Low German, storm, Old Norse stormr "storm".
Suzukaze Japanese
From Japanese 涼 (suzu) meaning "cool, refreshing" and 風 (kaze) meaning "wind".
Taimanglo Chamorro
Chamorro for "without wind/breath"
Talihärm Estonian
Talihärm is an Estonian surname meaning "winter frost".
Tempesta Italian
Originally a nickname for a person with a blustery temperament, from Italian tempesta meaning "storm, tempest" (compare Tempest).... [more]
Thunderson English
Means "son of Thunder".
Tonnoir French, French (Belgian)
Means "thunder". Originally, a nickname given to loud men. Very rare.
Tootmorsel Popular Culture
The surname used by the character Harry "Ocho" Tootmorsel in the animated series "The Amazing World of Gumball".... [more]
Torm Estonian
Torm is an Estonian surname meaning "storm".
Tuisk Estonian
Tuisk is an Estonian surname meaning "blizzard".
Tung Romansh
Derived from Romansh tung "thunder".
Tuul Estonian
Tuul is an Estonian name meaning "wind".
Tuulinen Finnish
Derived from Finnish tuuli meaning "wind".
Udu Estonian
Udu is an Estonian surname meaning "fog", "mist" and "haze".
Urm Estonian
Urm is an Estonian surname; a dialectal Estonian word for "catkin" and "frost". Also meaning "bleeding wound" and "gore".
Uzumaki Japanese (Rare)
This name combines 渦 (ka, uzu) meaning "eddy, vortex, whirlpool" or 太 (ta, tai, futo.i, futo.ru) meaning "big around, plump, thick" with 巻 (kan, ken, maki, ma.ki, ma.ku) meaning "book, coil, part, roll up, scroll, tie, volume, wind up."... [more]
Værnes Norwegian
Værnes is a village in the municipality of Stjørdal in Nord-Trøndelag county in Mid-Norway. The original spelling of the village's name was Vannes and it is a combination of var "calm, quiet" and nes "headland"... [more]
Välk Estonian
Välk is an Estonian surname meaning "lightning".
Vējonis Latvian
Derived from the word vējš meaning "wind".
Vihm Estonian
Vihm is an Estonian surname meaning "rain".
Vihur Estonian
Vihur is an Estonian surname meaning "whirlwind" or "gust of wind".
Wicherek Polish, English
Means "a light, gentle breeze", or figuratively, "an unruly strand of hair". It is a diminutive of the Polish word wicher, "strong wind".
Wind English, German, Danish
Nickname for a swift runner, from Middle English wind "wind", Middle High German wint "wind", also "greyhound".
Wind Swedish (Rare)
From Swedish vind "wind". It's either ornamental or a habitational name derived from a place named with this element.
Wolken German
Surname derived from a diminutive of the given name Wolter, a Low German form of Walter.... [more]
Yakumo Japanese (Rare)
This surname combines 八 (hachi, ya, ya'.tsu, ya.tsu, you) meaning "eight", 耶 (ja, ya, ka) meaning "question mark" or 家 (ka, ke, ie, uchi, ya) meaning "expert, family, home, house, performer, professional" with 雲 (un, kumo, -gumo) meaning "cloud."... [more]
Yel Turkish
Means "wind, breeze" in Turkish.
Yukida Japanese (Rare)
Combination of Kanji Characters "雪" meaning "Snow", and "田" meaning "Rice Field".
Yukimatsu Japanese
Yuki can mean "snow" or "lucky" and matsu means "pine, for tree".
Yukimitsu Japanese
雪 (Yuki) means "snow" and 光 (mitsu) means "light, radiance".
Yukimiya Japanese
From Japanese, 雪 (yuki) meaning "snow" combined with 宮 (miya) meaning "temple, shrine, palace".
Yukino Japanese
Yuki means "snow" and no means "plain, field, wilderness".
Yukishita Japanese
Yuki means "snow" and shita means "under".
Yukitō Japanese
From Japanese 雪 (yuki) meaning "snow" and 藤 (tō) meaning "wisteria".
Yukitomo Japanese
Yuki means "snow" and tomo means "friend".
Yukiyama Japanese
This surname combines 幸 (kou, saiwa.i, sachi, shiawa.se, yuki) meaning "blessing, fortune, happiness," 雪 (setsu, yuki) meaning "snow" or 行 (an, gyou, kou, -i.ki, -iki, i.ku, okona.u, oko.nau, -yu.ki, -yuki, yu.ku) meaning "going, journey" with 山 (san, sen, yama) meaning "mountain."... [more]
Yukiyasu Japanese
Yuki can mean "snow" or "luck" and yasu means "peace, relax, cheap".
Yukizome Japanese
From Japanese 雪染 (yukizome) meaning "snow prints, dyed snow".