Meriweather

Meriwether comes from an English surname meaning "happy weather", originating as a nickname for someone who has a cheerful disposition, made up of Middle English elements mery (merry happy, joyful) and wether (weather), both derived from a PIE root word. Nicknames: Meri, Merry Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Merryweather (English) Merriweather (English) Merriwether (English) Meriwether (English)      

Audra

Audra is a Lithuanian female name and word meaning "storm"; as an English given name, it's a variant form of Audrey meaning "noble strength", deriving from an Old English name. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Audrey (English)  

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 …

Haru

Haru is a Japanese unisex name (as well as a word) meaning "spring" 春 and is also used as a name element in names like Haruko, a female name meaning 春子 "spring child"; Haruna meaning 春菜 "spring vegetables, greens", 春渚 "spring + beach, shore, strand"; or Haruka meaning 遥 "far off, distant", 春香 "spring + fragrance", …