Sirocco

Sirocco refers to an intensely hot wind that blows in from the Sahara desert across North Africa to parts of Southern Europe. The name comes from Maghrebi Arabic šarq شَرْق meaning "east". Origin: Arabic Variants: Scirocco (Italian, Spanish)- *the plural form of Sirocco (pr. shu-rok-oh) Siroc (Occitan) Eisseroc (Occitan) Siroco (Spanish) Xaloc (Catalan)  

Bora

Bora is a multi-cultural name with various meanings depending on the origin: it's a Turkish male name meaning "storm, squall" which ultimately derives from Boreas, the Greek god of the north wind. Boreas means “north wind” which seems to be derived from an unknown origin, either from Proto-Slavic *gorà (mountain; hill; any mountainous elevation) or a PIE root …

Boreas

Boreas is the name of the Greek god of the north wind who brought winter. His Roman counterpart is Aquilo. Boreas means "north wind" which seems to be derived from an unknown origin, either from Proto-Slavic *gorà (mountain; hill; any mountainous elevation) or a PIE root word. Origin: uncertain, perhaps from a PIE root word Variants: Borrhâs …

Hayato

Hayato is a Japanese male name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: haya 隼 "falcon" + to 人 "person" (隼人); haya 早 "early, fast" + to 人 "person" (早人); haya 勇 "courage; bravery, heroism; cheer up, be in high spirits" + to 人 "person"; haya 颯 "sudden, quick; sound of wind" + to 斗 "Big Dipper" (颯斗); haya 隼 "falcon" + to 斗 "Big Dipper" There are other …

Zephyr

Zephyr is the anglicized form of Zephyros, the name of the Greek god of the west wind in Greek myth meaning "the west wind". The etymology behind it is unknown though it could be related from Ancient Greek zophos (darkness, gloom, west). It's also possible the name may be derived from a pre-Greek origin. Traditionally a male …

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 …