Tzafrir

Tzafrir (pr. za-freer) is the Hebrew form of Zephyr, the English form of Greek Zephyrus,  the name of the Greek god of the west wind and is the gentlest of winds, known as the messanger of spring, which is why the name is associated with a gentle, mild breeze. The etymology of the name may be related to Ancient … Continue reading Tzafrir

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Blaer

Blaer is an Icelandic unisex name meaning "gentle breeze" or "gust of wind". Although it was used as a masculine name in Iceland, it wasn't until 2013 that it was officially accepted as a female name as well. Origin: Old Norse Variants: Blær (Icelandic)  

Gale

Gale refers to a very strong wind derived from gaile meaning "wind" of uncertain origin though perhaps related to Old Norse gol (breeze) or Old Danish gal meaning "bad, furious" in reference to the wind, derived from Old Norse gala meaning "to shout, charm away" or from Old English galan meaning "to sing, enchant, call" which ultimately derives form Proto-Indo-European gʰel- (to call, chant, shout). Gale is also … Continue reading Gale