100 Common Seasons Vocabulary Words in English (Seasons Words List)

Last Updated on November 16, 2023

For many cultures, the seasons are deeply intertwined with their way of life, and the vocabulary associated with each season reflects this relationship. In this article, we will explore the seasons vocabulary associated with the four seasons: spring, summer, fall (autumn), and winter.

Seasons Words List

List of spring words, summer words, winter words, and autumn words in English for ESL students.

Spring

List of Spring words in English.

Spring Words

  • Holiday
  • Rainbow
  • Rain
  • Butterfly
  • Flowers
  • Grass
  • Ladybird (U.K)/ ladybug (U.S)
  • Mushroom
  • Nest
  • Bird
  • Bee

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Summer

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Summer Words

  • Beach
  • Camping
  • Bikini
  • Drink
  • Sunglasses
  • Ice cream
  • Park
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Travel

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Autumn

Here is a list of Autumn words in English.

Autumn Words

  • Apple harvest
  • Falling leaves
  • Pumpkin
  • Halloween
  • Back to school
  • Corns
  • Acorn

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Winter

Learn useful Winter words in English.

Winter Words

  • Boots
  • Snow
  • Log fire
  • Snowman
  • Socks
  • Skiing
  • Polar bear
  • Jacket
  • Scarf
  • Beanie (U.K)
  • Snowflake
  • Sledge (U.K)/Sled (U.S)
  • Mittens
  • Hot drink
  • Penguin

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100 Common Seasons Vocabulary Words

List of 100 common seasons vocabulary words in English
  1. Spring
  2. Summer
  3. Autumn
  4. Winter
  5. Rain
  6. Snow
  7. Sun
  8. Heat
  9. Cold
  10. Thunderstorm
  11. Tornado
  12. Hurricane
  13. Blizzard
  14. Hail
  15. Fog
  16. Cloud
  17. Wind
  18. Thunder
  19. Lightning
  20. Sleet
  21. Freezing rain
  22. Ice
  23. Melting
  24. Frost
  25. Drought
  26. Flood
  27. Precipitation
  28. Humidity
  29. Showers
  30. Storm
  31. Tempest
  32. Monsoon
  33. Typhoon
  34. Cyclone
  35. Downpour
  36. Drizzle
  37. Snowflake
  38. Iceberg
  39. Glaciers
  40. Heatwave
  41. Cold front
  42. Warm front
  43. Cold snap
  44. Climate
  45. Weather
  46. Seasonal
  47. Meteorology
  48. Thermometer
  49. Barometer
  50. Hygrometer
  51. Anemometer
  52. Radiation
  53. Evaporation
  54. Condensation
  55. Dew point
  56. Humidity index
  57. Wind chill
  58. Heat index
  59. Snowstorm
  60. Ice storm
  61. Sleet storm
  62. Thunder snow
  63. Winter storm
  64. Summer storm
  65. Squall line
  66. Thunderhead
  67. Storm surge
  68. High pressure
  69. Low pressure
  70. Ridge
  71. Trough
  72. Front
  73. Jet stream
  74. Global warming
  75. Climate change
  76. El Niño
  77. La Niña
  78. Arctic
  79. Antarctic
  80. Equator
  81. Tropical
  82. Temperate
  83. Desert
  84. Tropical rainforest
  85. Taiga
  86. Tundra
  87. Savanna
  88. Grassland
  89. Mountain
  90. Coastal
  91. Arctic tundra
  92. Polar ice caps
  93. Arctic sea ice
  94. Arctic fox
  95. Polar bear
  96. Arctic hare
  97. Arctic tern
  98. Arctic cod
  99. Arctic char
  100. Arctic seal

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the names of the 4 main seasons?

The four main seasons are spring, summer, fall (also known as autumn), and winter.

Which months are associated with each season?

In general, the months associated with each season are as follows:

  • Spring: March, April, and May
  • Summer: June, July, and August
  • Fall (Autumn): September, October, and November
  • Winter: December, January, and February

Please note that these associations are for the Northern Hemisphere, and in the Southern Hemisphere, the seasons are shifted by six months.

Can you provide common words for describing each season?

Here are some words commonly associated with each season:

  • Spring: blossoming, renewal, growth, warm, rain, flowers, green
  • Summer: hot, sunny, beach, vacation, swimming, ice cream, long days
  • Fall (Autumn): leaves, harvest, pumpkin, cool, sweater weather, colorful foliage
  • Winter: cold, snow, ice, frost, fireplace, holidays, short days

How do seasons and weather relate to each other?

Seasons and weather are closely related, as each season typically has its own characteristic weather conditions. For example:

  • Spring is a time of warming temperatures, with increased rain and greener landscapes.
  • Summer tends to bring hot and sunny weather, with occasional thunderstorms.
  • Fall (Autumn) is characterized by cooler temperatures, decreasing daylight, and leaves changing colors.
  • Winter is known for cold temperatures, snow or frost, and shorter daylight hours.

These weather patterns vary depending on your location and local climate.

What vocabulary words are used for weather changes?

Here are some common words used for describing weather changes:

  • Temperature: hot, cold, warm, cool, freezing, sweltering
  • Precipitation: rain, snow, sleet, hail, drizzle, flurries, showers
  • Sky: sunny, cloudy, overcast, clear, foggy, misty, hazy
  • Wind: breezy, windy, gusty, calm, still, drafty

Keep in mind that these are just a few examples, and there are many more words to describe weather changes in specific situations or regions.

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