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It says that this name is femenine but I have only ever thought of it as masculine. I have heard some people say that it seems quite a depressing name but I disagree. It makes me think of the colours blue and white, and makes me feel very peaceful and calm.
smasharash  2/5/2006
I named my daughter, 'Winter' in 1989. It reminds me of something pure as a fresh snowfall. Virgin white.
summer911  2/16/2006
I like Summer and Autumn, but for some reason Winter and Spring don't appeal to me. I wonder why all the seasons are listed as feminine.
swisssugar  5/29/2006
This name reminds me of happy times of playing in the snow. It is such a sweet and tender name. I love it dearly.
― Anonymous User  6/22/2006
Winter is a very unique name, but I don't think it would be the name of my child.
Dogsy  7/29/2006
Winter? Winter? Um, no I don't like It.
DannyDan  8/16/2006
A cute nickname for winter could be Winny or some thing like that!
Philippa  8/26/2006
I love this name. It's so beautiful and pure. Winter is my favorite time of the year and this name always brings up wonderful childhood memories. I'm seriously considering of naming my child that.
audreyhubley  8/27/2006
I have also seen it spelled Wynter for a girl.
― Anonymous User  8/28/2006
I think this is a wonderful name for a girl. So pure and innocent.
childdoll  9/12/2006
So pretty and cute. I once saw it kre8tively spelled though, as: Wyntre. Yikes. I do like the spelling Wynter, though.
Jasmine  3/9/2007
Winter is the name of the main character of a book (called Winter) by Australian author John Marsden.
― Anonymous User  6/13/2007
This is a nice name. And although I love this name, imagine if your last name was Spring, and you loved the names Winter, Summer, and Autumn? That would stink.
Brianna Angela  6/19/2007
It's a beautiful name. It makes me think of purity, beauty, and kindness. There's a simplicity to it that most names don't have. Winter - I love this name very much.
― Anonymous User  8/14/2007
This name IS beautiful! It would also be an appropriate first or middle name for someone born in the Winter.
Taydbug112  9/4/2007
This is one of those rare names ending in -er, along with Amber, Summer, and Piper, that sound feminine. This is my favorite season name, even though it's not my favorite season by a long shot! In fact, I rather dislike winters because of the low temperatures, but I can appreciate the beauty of sunny winter days when powdery snow shimmers on tree tops and on the ground, which are things the name reminds me of. Summer sounds too hippie-ish, youthful, and cheerful. Autumn is overused and occasionally pronounced as ''AH-dum''. Spring doesn't sound right at all. This name sounds serious and mature, but not as gloomy as some might think because if the darkness.
slight night shiver  5/13/2008
Eh. It's a nice name, but it sounds too masculine to be listed as female.
Jesus_Freak  5/25/2008
My Xbox Live username has been "Winter twilight" for a few years, and I've grown used to being called "Winter". That being said, I really like it! It's one of my favorite names.
asforoneday  7/4/2008
I've never liked this as a name, because for me, it's just incredibly impersonal as a name.
tiny_clever_outlet  10/4/2008
A highly cliched name in my opinion. I could only assume the parents of a child who was named Winter were the type to never grow up, no offense.
LouisXI  10/12/2008
In my opinion, this sounds like it could be used as a boy's name as well as a girl's. It has a subtle sort of sound, and kind of nice.
RachelLee  11/18/2008
My name is Winter, and personally I love it even though I hate the season Winter. It's kind of interesting how many people actually ask me how to spell it, though. For some reason no one wants to believe that it's spelled the same way as the season.
inkling_dreams  1/14/2009
Nicole Richie and Joel Madden have a daughter named Harlow Winter Kate Madden.
emmiix3  2/15/2009
One of the few names that still sound right even after the child as grown up. Winter sounds mature but still feminine, the kind of name that wouldn't make me roll with my eyes. I have the feeling that it will become another overused name, though. Takes the charm from the name.
Lethargia  4/9/2009
This is one of my absolute favorite names. Winter's my favorite season too. I named my absolute favorite story character Winter, but he's a guy. It really suits him though, and I like it for either boys or girls. I don't know if I'm going to play with the spelling though. I really love the sound of this name.
VampireTears  4/14/2009
There's a character in The Water Mirror series who's named Winter. It's a boy though, and he's ACTUALLY the season of Winter, who's in love with Summer.
VampireTears  4/14/2009
I think this is one of those names that would be good on a fictional character but not so much on a real person.
neverendingstory  5/4/2009
I think this name is very pretty. It reminds me of snow on evergreen trees. Very pretty and unique name.
-Julia-  7/24/2009
Beautiful. My favorite season ever and every time someone would say "Winter" it makes me have the best memories with my sister, my family, and my friends.
italiannames  8/16/2009
Winter is my least-favorite season due to the low temperatures, and it sounds a little trashy as a name. Still, at least it looks fine compared to Spring.
bananarama  8/21/2009
This name is pretty, but sounds really corny. This is a name you'd find in a romance novel or soap opera.
slyboots  11/15/2009
It's nice but overused/becoming overused.
Alora  1/2/2010
While I think Winter is a bit overused and sappy, it's also beautiful and suitable for grownups. A lot of holidays are during Winter, and while the name is still secular, that can add meaning if you like.
lucyskydiamonds  2/18/2010
I think Winter is a nice name, but I'd prefer to use it as a middle name.
Meadow  7/1/2010
This names sounds classic, strong, elegant and refined, yet delicate in a way.
luna11  7/25/2010
I dislike Summer and Spring, but Winter gives a more professional, clean appearance than the other names. A nickname could be Win, like Wynn. I really like this name.
Dawson  10/3/2010
It's cheesy and tacky. I dislike it.
Chrila96  11/19/2010
There are people alive in the world called Winter!? Poor lambs... Cruel parents.
insertusernamehere  11/25/2010
I suppose it is a rather pretty name, but it sounds harsh and just the slightest bit unisex. And for the parents who want to use it, please don't go with some kree8tyv spelling like Wyntre or some crap like that.
Black_X  7/29/2011
While I like Winter, the season, Winter as name seems odd to me. I guess it's better than Summer though. With certain names it doesn't sound that bad. It could grow on me.
GibsonGirl  8/21/2011
It's a little tacky, as all season names are in my opinion, but I still like it a lot. It reminds me of frozen trees in the Winter, very delicate and beautiful. I probably will never end up using it for a child, but it will always be gorgeous to me.
K.G Valentina  11/8/2011
I always thought the name sounded more masculine partly because it's similar to Walter but mostly because of male personifications like Old Man Winter and the Winter Warlocke from "Santa Claus is Coming to Town."

I actually used to really like it for a boy.

But I'm in the minority as whenever I hear it's used for a female which to be fair I can see as Autumn and Summer are strictly female. And oddly, as a middle name, I prefer it on girls for some reason.
Vesey  11/14/2011
Winter is the name of a bottlenose dolphin at Clearwater Marine Aquarium in Florida. She was famous for getting a prosthetic tail after losing her old tail in a crab trap.
Bonquiqui  6/2/2012
Winter is a pretty name- even though I despise the season. Summer is the best season, but I dislike the sound; Autumn is a gorgeous season and name, though it's a little cumbersome as there's no nickname; Spring sounds hippie- ish. (Yes, somehow Spring sounds hippie- ish but Winter does not.) Snow would be a better name than Winter, though.
threevelvetbullets  9/29/2012
I was named Winter. Yes it took me a while to grow into it but I did. I was never picked on and everyone I met loved it. It is a strange name but I am proud to have it. It's unique, not one of those names you hear about often. I have never met anyone else with my name. It is both masculine and feminine, but I think it has a classy touch.
― Anonymous User  9/29/2012
I really like this for a first or middle name. Its pretty and not common. Though it might be odd to name your child this if you live in a warm state like Florida or Arizona. Nonetheless, a very beautiful name.
blueeyesparkle  1/15/2013
I love the name Winter. I named my daughter who passed Winter, well because it was Winter and I knew she was going back up to heaven. So I have an angel named Winter. It feels peaceful to me, reminds me of suttle good things. I loved that baby, I love her name. I believe it suited her well.
loveWinteramorr  5/28/2013
My dogs name is Winter, or Winter warlock, hes a boy puppy.
rachieface  12/28/2013
I knew a girl named Winter in high school. She was so awesome and the name fit her so well. I really loved her name. So I've always wanted to name a future daughter Winter. I'm now pregnant with a girl who is due in December. My husband and I both love the Winter season. But I'm doing lots and lots of research because I was made fun of a ton (my name is Anita) growing up because of my name. I really don't want my children to go through the same. If we choose not to name her Winter for a first name we will most likely choose it for a middle. It's a beautiful name for those who love the Winter season!
Amfowler15  6/22/2014
I think this name sounds great, but I would prefer it as a middle name, for an example: Sadie Winter ____, or something like that.
younglillady  9/6/2014
I love that name, middle names such as Grace, or Belle are perfect.
Jewell  9/27/2014
I named my daughter Winter in 2011 - because I thought it was a strong name - not a fluffy girl one- of serene calm and strength - force and tranquility - female at it's best - my ex husband landed her a title so now she's Lady Winter... - and she alternates between football strips and fairy dresses fluidly - it's appropriate.
― Anonymous User  3/11/2015
Winter is a lovely, cute name. I think it suits boys as well as girls. :)
― Anonymous User  5/25/2015
I really love this name! Over the past few years I've been facing feelings of gender dysphoria and I think I might adopt this name for a while as I believe it's more of a unisex name (although I worry that my personality might not match the connotations of Winter, but does that really matter?) :)
Aredhel_Telrunya  11/4/2015
I love, love this name. My 3rd child is named Wynter Noelle and it fits her very well. She's 8 years old now and as far as I know, she hasn't faced any bullying or teasing because of her name. (She was born on December 24th so my wife and I thought Winter (spelled Wynter to differentiate between the seasons and the name) and Noel were very fitting).
― Anonymous User  12/27/2015
Hate people being named after seasons except Summer.
Luvbug86  4/14/2016
Season names can be a hit or miss. Autumn and Summer are pretty, but rather juvenile, and Spring just sounds weird. Winter, however, is a very pretty name. It reminds me of a story I once read about a mute little girl named Winter, and though I barely remember the story, the association is still there in my mind. This gives it a rather sad flavor to me, because it was a sad story, but I still find it a pretty name.
RoseTintsMyWorld  5/9/2016
I should probably start by saying I don't have children - I am a writer, with many characters who all have their own unique moniker. I started writing in high school (when I discovered behindthename) and I remember the polls then had an overabundance of this name with basically almost every other poll having it as an option for either a first or middle name. And I snubbed it completely. But it has been some time since then and now during the month of Nanowrimo 2016 I've actually used it myself for a young boy in my story because somehow in today's environment it doesn't seem quite as strange and 'kreatyve/uunique' as it once did. I don't know if that's because uncommon names are now becoming more common place or because I've become more like the rest of the generation that's giving babies these names, but it sounds like a good, strong name. And not strong in the masculine sense, just strong of character and will. Like the season itself. And it doesn't sound nearly as overdone as Summer and Autumn or as awkward as Spring.
― Anonymous User  11/4/2016
Princess Winter Hayle-Blackburn is one of the main characters in The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer. She is the stepdaughter of Queen Levana.
― Anonymous User  6/19/2017
I named my daughter Winter. She is a little firecracker of a personality. Bold, beautiful, and adventurous. Most people we meet absolutely love the uniqueness of her name. We do get a few "funny" jokes and comments... the kids at school ask her if she will melt during summer holidays... or we get asked if she has a sister named Autumn, Spring, or Summer. She just laughs and rolls her eyes. She still likes her name. It seems to be getting more and more popular now... especially since Game of Thrones. "Winter is Coming."
― Anonymous User  8/30/2017

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