Eirlys (pr. eir-lys; Forvo) is a Welsh female name meaning “snowdrop” made up from Welsh elements eira (snow) and llysiau (vegetable, herb), so named because it is one of the first flowers to bloom in spring, sometimes even when there’s still snow on the ground. Origin: Proto-Indo-European  


Eirawen is a Welsh female name meaning “snow white” made up from Welsh elements eira (snow) via Proto-Brythonic *ėrɣ (snow) via Proto-Celtic *argyos (white) ultimately deriving from a PIE root word; and wen, a variation of gwen meaning “white, fair, blessed) derived from Proto-Celtic *windos (white). Origin: Proto-Indo-European        


Lumi is a Finnish and Estonian word meaning “snow”, used as a female given name, as well as also being an Albanian word meaning “river”. Origin: Finnish, Estonian, Albanian  


Neve is an anglicized form of Niamh, an Irish female name meaning “bright” or “radiant”. In Irish myth, Niamh is the daughter of the sea god Manannán. She was the lover of Oisin, a great bard and poet and the son of  Fionn mac Cumhaill (Finn MacCool) who went with her to the land of Tír na nÓg (the Land of Youth). Time passed differently…


Nevada is the name of an American state, its name derived from Spanish nevada meaning “snow-covered; snowy” which comes from Latin nivatus (snowy). Nevada is also a surname. Origin: Latin  


Neva is a female with a variety of meanings and origins such as: is a short form of Geneva, which itself could be a short form of Genevieve derived from a medieval name, Genovefa, which is of uncertain origin though it could be derived from Germanic elements kuni (kin, family) and wefa (wife, woman). It might also be derived…