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Name Meaning Derivations Origin




 

 

Haakan Chosen son. Hagan, Hagen, Hagin, Hagon, Hagyn,
Hakan, Haken, Hakin, Hakon, Hakyn
Scandinavian




 

 

Haakon Useful Old Norse
Habakkuk Embrace Hebrew
Habbib Beloved Habib Arabic
Hacket Little woodcutter. Hackett, Hackit, Hackitt, Hackyt,
Hackytt
German
Hackman Cutter of wood. Kackmen German, French
Haddad Blacksmith Hadad Arabic
Haddon From the heather-covered hill. Hadan, Haddan, hadden, Haddin, Haddyn,
Haden, Hadin, Hadon, Hadun, Hadyn
Old English
Hadi Guidance to the right. Haddi, Had, Hadd Arabic
Hadley Heath
near the wasteland.
Hadlea, Hadleah, Hadlee, Hadleigh,
Hadly
Old English
Hadrian Dark, Mysterious, From the Adriatic
sea. A masculine form of Adriana.
Hadrien, Hadrion, Hadryan, Hadryen,
Hadryon, Hadryun
Latin
Hadriel God is glory. Hadriell, hadryel, Hadryell Hebrew
Hadwin War friend. Hadwen, Hadwinn, Hadwyn, Hadwynn,
Hadwynne, Hedwin, Hedwyn
Old English
Hafiz Remembering protection. Halfyz Arabic
Hagan Ruler of the home. Hagen, Hagin, hagon, Hagyn Irish
Hagar Forsaken Hager, Hagir, hagor, Hagyr Hebrew
Hagen Little, Young. Hagan, Hagin, hagon, Hagun, Hagyn Irish, Gaelic
Hagley From the hedged meadow. Haglea, Hagleah, Haglee, Hagleigh,
Hagli, Haglie, Hagly
Old English
Hahnee One who begs. Native American
Hai Sea Vietnamese
Haidar Lion Arabic
Haig Dweller at the hedged enclosure. Hayg Old English
Hailama Famed brother. Hairama, Hairamah, Hailamah, Hilaman,
Hilamah, Hirama
Hawaiian
Haines From
a vined cottage, Fence.
Hanes, Haynes Old English
Haji Born on the pilgrimage to Mecca. Swahili
Hakan Fiery Native American
Hakeem Wise ruler. Hacim, Hackim Arabic
Hakim Doctor Hackeem, Hakeem, Hakiem, Hakym Ethiopian
Hakon Chosen, Praised; Useful. Haakon, Hakan, Hakin, Hako (Norse),
Hakyn
Scandinavian, Old Norse
Hal Estate ruler, Dweller at the hall. A
short form of names starting with “Hal”.
Old English
Hala Salty Halah Greek, Latin
Halbert Brilliant one, Hero. Halbirt, Halburt, Halbyrt Old English
Halcyon Quiet; Kingfisher. Halcion Latin, Greek
Halden Half Danish. Haldan, Haldane, Haldin, Haldon,
Haldyn
Scandinavian
Hale Hero from the hall. Hael, Haele, Hail, Haley, Halford,
hallie, Halsey, Halsy, Hayl, Hayle
Old English
Halen Hall Hailan, Hailen, Hailin, Hailon,
Hailyn, Hallen, Haylen
Swedish
Haley Hero; Ingenious, From the hay meadow. Hailea, Haileah, Hailee, Haileigh,
Haily, Hale, Halea, Haleah, Haleigh, Halle, Halley, Halli, Hallie,
Hally
Scandinavian; Old English
Halford From the ford in the side valley. Haleford Old English
Hali Sea Halea, Haleah, Halee, Haleigh, Haley,
Halie, Haly
Greek
Halian Young Halyan Zuni
Halifax From the holy field. Halyfax Old English
Halil Close friend. Halyl Turkish
Halim Gentle Haleem, Halym Arabic
Hall Dweller at the hall; From the stone
manor.
Hal German; Old English
Hallam From the rock; From the sloping
valley.
Halam Old Norse, Old English
Hallan Hall dweller, Dweller from the manor. Halan, Halen, Halin, Hallen, Hallin,
Hallon, Hallyn, Halon, Halyn
English
Halley From the manor, Hall in the meadow,
From the holy meadow.
Halea, Haleah, Halee, Haleigh, Haley,
Hallea, Halleah, Hallee, Halleigh, Hally, Haly
Old English
Halliwell Dweller near the holy stream. Haliwel, Haliwell, Halliwel, Hallywel,
Hallywell, Hallywel, Halywell
Old English
Hallward Guardian of the hall. Halward Old English
Halola Army power. Halolah, Harola, Harolah Hawaiian
Halse Neck of land, from Hal’s land. Hallsea, Hallsey, Hallsy, Halsea,
Halsy
Old English
Halsey From Hal’s Island. Halsy Old English
Halstead From the manor in the grounds. Halsted Old English
Halton From the town on the hill. Haltan, Halten, Haltin, Haltyn English
Halvor Rock, Guardian, Protector. Halvar, Halvard Norwegian
Halyard Rock defender. Hallvar, Hallvard, Hallor, Halvar,
Halvor
Scandinavian
Ham Home, Town; Dark-complexioned and
warm one. A short form of names starting with “Ham”.
Hamm Old English; Hebrew
Hamal Lamb. A star in the Aries
constellation.
Hamel, Hamil, Hamyl Arabic
Hamer Hammer Hama, Hamar, Hammar, Hammer Old Norse
Hamford From the rocky ford. Old English
Hamid Thanking God. Haamid, Hamadi, Hamed, Hameed, Hamidi,
Hammad, Hammed, Hamyd, Hamydd
Arabic
Hamidi One who is admired. Hamidy Kenyan
Hamill From the proud mill. Hamel, Hamell, Hamil, Hammil, Hamyl,
Hamyll
English
Hamilton From
the beautiful mountain, From the proud town, From the crooked hill.
Hamel, Hamelton, Hamil, Hamill,
Hamiltan, Hamilten, hamiltun, Hamiltyn, Hamylton
Old English
Hamish The supplanter, Remover. Hamysh, James, Seamus,
Diego, Giacomo
Scottish
Hamisi Born on Thursday. Hamisie, Hamisy Swahili
Hamlet Little home. Amleth, Amlothi, Haimes, Hamelin,
Hames, Hamil, Hamilton,Hamlin, Hamlit, Hamlot, Hammond, Hamon, Hamond,
Hampden, Hampton
Old French
Hamlin Lover
of home.
Hamlan, Hamlen, Hamlon, hamlyn Old French, German
Hammet Village Hammett, Hamnet, Hamnett English, Scandinavian
Hammond Village Hamon, Hamond, Hammon, Hamund English
Hamon Home Amon, Hamlet, Hamlin, Hamlyn,
Hammond, Hamnet, Hamund, Hemelen, Hamony
Teutonic
Hampton From the proud town, Little town. Hamptan, Hampten, Hamptin, Hamptyn English
Hamza Powerful Hamzah Arabic
Hanale Ruler of the house. a form of Henry. Haneke Hawaiian, German
Hanan Graceful Hananel, Hanania, Hananiah, Johan,
Johanan
Hebrew
Hanbal Purity Hanbel, Hanbil, Hanbyl Arabic
Handel God is gracious. A form of John. Handal, Handil, Handol, Handyl German, English
Handley From the clearing in the forest. Handlea, Handleah, Handlee, Handleigh,
Handli, Handlie, Hadly, Hanlea, Hanleah, Hanlee, Hanleigh, Hanley,
Hanli, Hanlie, Hanly
Old English
Hanford From the high ford. Hanforde Old English
Hani Happy, Delighted, Content. Hanee, Haney Arabic
Hanif True believer. Haneef, Hanef, Hanifa, Hanyfa Arabic
Hank Head person, Chief. A form of Henry. Teutonic, American
Hanley Of the high meadow. Hanlea, Hanleah, Hanlee, Hanleigh,
Hanly, Henlea, Henleah, Henlee, Henleigh, Henley, Henly
Old English
Hannes God is gracious. A form of John. Hanes Finnish
Hannibal With the grace of God. Anibal, Hanibal Phoenician
Hanno God is gracious. A form of John and
Johann.
Hano German, Hebrew
Hans God is gracious. A form of John. Nordic, Scandinavian, Hebrew
Hansel God is gracious. A form of John and
Johann.
Haensel, Hannsel, Hansal, Hansil,
Hansol
Scandinavian
Hansol Pine tree. Korean
Hanson Son of Hans, Son of the gracious one. Hansan, Hansen, Hansin, Hansun,
Hansyn
Scandinavian
Hanus God is gracious. A form of John and
Johann.
Czech
Hao Good Chinese
Haoa Watcher, Guardian. A form of Howard. Hawaiian, English
Haral Army leader. Arailt, Harall, Harell Scottish
Haram Mountaineer Hebrew
Harath Provider Harith, Haryth Arabic
Harb Warrior Arabic
Harbin Glorious, Little warrior. Harban, Harben, Harbon, Harbyn Teutonic
Harcourt From the hawker’s cottage; Fortified
dwelling.
Harcort Old English; Old French
Harden From the valley of the hares. Hardan, harde, Hardie, Hardin,
Harding, Hardon, Hardun, Hardy, Hardyn
Old English
Harding Son of the brave one. Hardin Old English
Hardwin Strong, Loyal friend. Hardwen, Hardwenn, Hardwinn, Hardwyn,
Hardwynn
Old English, Teutonic
Hardy Bold, Daring, Hardy; Courageous. Hardee, Harden, Hardey, hardi, Hardie,
Hardin, Harding
Teutonic, Old French
Harel From God’s mountain. Haral, Harell, Hariel, Hariell,
Harrel, Harrell, Haryel, Haryell
Hebrew
Harford From the hare ford. Hareford English
Hargrove From the hare grove. Haregrove English
Hari Remover of sin; Tawny. Hariel, Harin, Hary, Haryn Sanskrit; Hindi
Harim Contracted Hareem, Harym Hebrew
Harish Lord Haresh, Harysh Hindi
Harith Cultivator Haryth Arabic
Harkin Dark red colour; Red-haired. Harkan, Harken, Harkon,Harkyn Irish
Harlan From the hare’s land, From the battle
land.
Harland, Harle, harlen, Harley,
Harlin, Harlyn
Old English
Harley Spacious
meadow, From the wooded hare meadow.
Harlan, Harlea, Harleah, Harlee,
Harleigh, Harly
Old English
Harlow From the rough hare’s hill, Troops
on the hill
Harlo Old English
Harmens Harmonious. A masculine form of
Harmony.
Dutch
Harmon Man of the army. Harman, Harmen, Harmin, Harmyn German
Harold Army ruler, Powerful army commander. Arald, Araldo (Italian), Aralt
(Irish), Haldon, harailt (Irish), Harald (Swedish, Danish), Haraldas
(Lithuanian), Haraldo (Spanish, Portuguese), Haralds, Haralpos, Hareld,
Harild, Haroldo (Italian), Harral, Harrel, Harris, Harry, Haryld,
Haryldo, Herald, Hereld, Herold (Dutch), Herrick, Herris, Herry
Old Norse
Haroun High mountain. Arabic
Haround Highly praised. Haaroun, Haarun, Harin, Haron, Haroon,
Harron, Harrun, Harun
Arabic
Harper Harp
player.
Harpo Old English
Harrington From Harry’s town, from
the army ruler’s town.
Harringtown English
Harris Harry’s Son, son of the
army ruler.
Haris, Harrys, Harys, Heris, Herris,
Herrys, Herys
Old English
Harrison Harry’s Son, son of the
army ruler.
Harison, Harryson,
Haryson
Old Norse
Harrod Conquering hero. Harod Hebrew
Harry Army ruler; Prince; The short
form of Harold.
Hari, Harie, Harri, Harrie, Hary English / Scandinavian
Harshad Joy giver Hindi
Hart Male deer, Stag. Hart, Harte, Hartley, Hartleigh,
Hartley, Hartwel, Hartwell, Hartwig, Harwell, Harwell, Harwil, arwill,
Heart, Heartlea, Heartleah, Heartlee, Heartleigh, Heartlie, Heartly,
Hersch, Herschel, Hersh, Hershel, Hertz, Hertzl, Herzl, Heschel,
Heshel, Hirsch, Hirsh, Hyrt
Old English
Hartford From the hare’s ford. English
Hartley From the deer-wood clearing in the
meadow.
hart, Harte, Hartlea, Hartleah,
Hartlee, Hartleigh, Hartli, Hartlie, Hartly, Hartman
Old English
Hartman Strong, Hard. Hartmen German
Hartwell From the deer stream. Hartwel, Hartwil, Hartwill, Hartwyl,
Hartwyll
Old English
Hartwig Strong advisor. Hartwyg German
Hartwood From the hare woods, From the hard
woods, From the deer woods.
English
Harue Born in the spring time. Haru Japanese
Harun Praised highly. Haroun Arabic
Harvey Army warrior; Eager for battle. Harvee, Harveson, Harvy, Hervey,
Hervy
Teutonic; Celtic
Harwood From the hare’s forest. Hardwood, Hardtwood English
Hasad Harvesting Hassad Turkish
Hasant Handsome Hasan, Hasen, Hasin, Hassan, Hassani,
Hassen, Hasson, Hassyn
Swahili
Hashim Destroyer of evil. Haashim, Hasheem, Hashym Arabic
Hashum Rich Hebrew
Hasib Reckoner Hasyb Arabic
Hasim Determined Haseem Arabic
Hasin Laughing Hassin, Hassyn, Hasyn Sanskrit
Haskel Understanding Haskell Hebrew
Haslett From the hazelnut tree land. Haslet, Hazel, Hazet, Hazett, Hazlet,
Hazlett
Old English
Hassan

“hah-SAHN”

Beautiful, Good-looking, Handsome. Hasan, Hasani (Swahili), Hassain Arabic
Hassel From the witches’ corner.
Geographical – from Hassall in England.
Hasel, Hasell, Hassell English
Hastin Elephant Hastan, Hasten Hindi
Hastings Son of the stern one; Fast. Hasting Old English; German
Hatdar Lion Hindi
Hatiya Bear Hatiyah Native American
Hau Desired Vietnamese
Havea Chief Polynesian
Havelock Contest at sea, Battle. Haveloc, Haveloch (Scottish),
Haveloche, Havelocke
Scandinavian
Haven Refuge Havan, Havin, Havon, Havyn English
Havigan White Havgen, Havgin, Havgon, Havgun,
Havgyn
Celtic
Havika Beloved. A form of David. Hawaiian, Hebrew
Hawley

“HOR-lee”

From the hedged meadow Hawlea, Hawleah, Hawlee, Hawleigh,
Hawli, Hawlie, Hawly
English
Hawthorne

“HOR-thorn”

The hawthorn tree. Hawthorn English
Hayden

“HAY-dn”

From the valley with the
hedges.
Hadan, Haden, Hadin,
Hadon, Hadun, Hadyn, Haidan, Haiden, Haidin, Haidn, Hadon, Haidun,
Haidyn, Haydan, Haydin, Haydn, Haydon, Haydun, Haydyn, Heydan, Heyden,
Heydin, Heydn, Heydon, Heydun, Heydyn
English, Welsh
Hayes

“HAY-s”

From the place with hedges. Hays Old English, Irish
Haytham

“HAY-thm”

Proud Arabic
Hayward

“HAY-wd”

From the forest with hedges. Heywood Old English
Hazael Whom God sees. Hebrew
Hearne Horse worker. Ahearn, Ahearne, Ahern, Aherne,
Hearn, Hern, Herne
Scottish, English
Heath From the field of
heather. The short form of names starting with Heath.
Heaf, Heaff, Heathcliff,
Heathcote, Heathe
Old English
Heathcliffe From the field of
heather.
Heafclif, Heafcliff, Heaffclif,
Heaffcliff, Heaffcliffe, Heaffclyffe, Heathclif, Heathcliffe, Heathclyffe
Old English
Heathcote From the cliff cottage on
the heather.
Heathcot Old English
Heaton From the high town. Heatan, Heaten, Heatin,
Heatyn
English
Heber Associate Habar, Hebar Hebrew
Hector Steadfast Ector, Ectore, Ettor, Ettore, Hectar,
Heckter, Hecktir, Hecktore, Hectori, Hecktur, Hektar, Hekter, Hektir,
Hektor, Hektore, Hektori, Hektur
Greek
Heddwyn Friend of peaceful blessings. Heddwen, Heddwin, Heddwyn, Hedwen,
Hedwin Heddwin, Hedwyn
Welsh
Hedeon Tree cutter. Hedion, Hedyon Russian
Hedley From the meadow with hedges, Sheep
meadow.
Heddlea, Heddleah, Heddlee, Heddleigh,
Heddley, Heddli, Heddlie, Heddly, Hedlea, Hedleah, Hedlee, Hedleigh,
Hedli, Hedlie, Hedly
Old English
Hedwig Fighter Heddwig, Heddwyg, Hedwyg Teutonic
Heinrich Ruler of the house. A form of Henry. Heindric, Heindrick, Heiner, Heinric,
Heinrick, Heinrik
German
Heinz A form of Hans or John, The Lord is
gracious. A short form of Heinrich.
Hines German
Hekeka Holding fast. Hekakah, Heketa, Heketah Hawaiian
Helaku Sunny day. Native American
Helge Holy Helg Russian
Heigi Happy Scandinavian
Heli Sun Helli Greek
Helier Happy Latin
Helki Touch Moquelumnan
Helmer Famous German
Helmut Famous, Courageous; Warrior. Hellmut, Helmuth German; French
Heman Faithful Hemen Hebrew
Hemene Wolf Nez Perce
Henderson Henry’s son, Son of the ruler of the
house.
Hendri, Hendrie, Hendries, Hendron,
Henryson
Scottish, English
Hendrick Ruler of the home. A form of Henry. Hendric, Hendricks, Hendrickson,
Hendrik, Hendriks, Hendrikus, Hendrix, Hendryck, Hendrycks, Hendryk,
Hendryks, Henning (German), Hennings, Henric, Henrick
Dutch, German
Henely Ruler of the home. A form
of Henry.
Henelie, Henely Hawaiian
Henley From the high meadow. Henlea, Henleah, Henlee, Henleigh,
Henli, Henlie, Henly
English
Henning Ruler of the house. A
form of Henry.
Hennings German
Henoch Initiator Enoch Yiddish
Henry Ruler of the house. Arrigo, Eanruig
(Scottish), Enrico (Italian), Enrik, Enrikas, Enrique (Spanish),
Enriquo, Enselius, Ensilis, Ensilo (German), Enskys (Baltic), Enzio
(Italian), Ezio, Guccio, Haimirich, Halkin< Hank, Hanraoi (Irish),
Hedric, Hedrick, Hein, Heindrick, Heindrich, Heinriche, Heinrik, Hein
(German), Heinje, Heinrich (German), Heinriche, Heinrick, Heintje
(Dutch), Heinz (German), Hendri, Hendrick (Dutch), Hendrik (Dutch),
Heneli, Henke, Henning, Henny, Henri (French), Henric, Henricus,
Henrik (Danish, Norse), Henrikus (Lithuanian), Henryc, Henryck, Henryk
German
Herald  News bringer. English
Heraldo Army ruler. Haroldo, Hiraldo, Hyroldo Spanish
Herb Brilliant warrior. A
short form of Herbert.
German
Herbe Brilliant warrior. A
short form of Herbert.
Herbee, Herbi, Herbie,
Herby
German
Herbert Brilliant warrior. Ebert, Eberte, Eberto, Harbert, Hebert, Herbertas (Lithuanian), Heberto (Spanish), Herberte,
Herbertus, Herbirt, Herburt, Herbyrt, Hilbert, Hirbirt, Hoireabard
(Irish), Hybert, Hybirt, Hyrburt, Hyrbyrt
German
Herbrand Army, Sword. Herbran, Herbrandt, Herbrant Teutonic
Hercules Gift of glory, Strength. Ercole, Heracles, Hercule Greek
Hereward Army protection. Herward English
Herman Noble warrior; High ranking;
Faithful.
Armand (French), Armando (Italian,
Portuguese), Armandus, Armanno (Italian), Armant, Armin, Ermannis,
Ermanno (Italian), Ermas, Erme, Ermin (French), Ermine (French),
Ermolaj (Russian), Ermonas, Harman, Harmann, Harmen, Herma (Swiss),
Hermando (Portuguese), Hermann (German, Dutch), Hermannus, Hermano
(Spanish), Hermanus (Dutch), Hermeli (Swiss), Hermi, Hermie, Hermin,
Hermon, Hermy
Teutonic; Latin; Hebrew
Hermes Messenger Herm, Herme Greek
Hern The Heron bird. Hearn, Heearne, Herin, Herne Middle English
Hernando Adventurer, Peace maker; Life
adventure. 
Hernandes, Hernandez Spanish, German
Herod Protector Greek
Herrick Army ruler. Herick, Herik, Herrik Teutonic
Hershel Deer Hersch, Herschel, Hersh, Hirsch,
Hirschel, Hirshel
Hebrew
Hertz Trouble Herts Yiddish
Herve Army warrior; Eager for battle. A
form of Harvey.
Herv French, German; Celtic
Herzog Duke Teutonic
Hesperos Evening star. Hespero Greek
Hesutu Yellow jacket’s nest being picked up. Moquelumnan
Hevel Breath Hevell Hebrew
Hew Intelligent; Heart, Mind. A form of
Hugh.
Hewe, Hiu (Hawaiian),  Hugh,
Huwe
Welsh, german; Old German
Hewett Little Hugh, Intelligent; Heart,
Mind. A form of Hugh.
Hewet, Hewit, Hewitt (French), Hughet,
Hughett, Hughit, Hughitt
Teutonic; Old German
Hewney Green Hewnee, Hewni, Hewniw,
Hewny
Irish
Hewson Hugh’s son, Son of the intelligent
one.
Hughson Welsh, German
Heywood From the high woods. Haywood Old English
Hezekiah God is my strength. Hezekia Hebrew
Hiamovi High chief. Cheyenne
Hiawatha River maker. Iroqois
Hibah Gift Hiba, Hyba, Hybah Arabic
Hideaki Clever Japanese
Hideo The bet. Japanese
Hien Sweet Vietnamese
Hieu Respectful Vietnamese
Hiew Religious Vietnamese
Hilal New moon. Arabic
Hilary Cheerful Alair, Hilar, Hilare, Hilarius
(German, Danish, Dutch, Swedish), Hilaire (French), Hilario (Spanish,
Portuguese), Hilery, Hillary, Hillery, Ilario (Italian).
Latin
Hildebrand War sword. Hildbrand Old German
Hilderic Warrior. A masculine form of Hilda
and HIldegarde, battle stronghold.
Hilderic, Hildriche (German) Gothic
Hilel New Moon. Hylel Arabic
Hillard Tough warrior. Hilard German
Hillel Highly praised, Renowned. Hilel Hebrew
Hilliard Warrior guardian of war. Hiliard, Hillard Gothic
Hilmar Famous, Noble. Hillmar, Hilmer Swedish
Hilmer From the remote hill. Old English
Hilton From the town on the hill. Hillton Old English
Himesh King of the snow. Hindi
Hina Spider Hinah Tongan
Hinto Blue Dakota
Hinun The storm’s spirit. Hynun Native American
Hiram Most noble, God is high. Ahiram, Hirom Hebrew
Hiroshi Generous, Person from Hiroshima. Japanese
Hisham Generosity Arabic
Hisoka Shy Japanese
Hiu Intelligent; Heart, Mind. A form of
Hugh.
Hawaiian; Old German
Hjaimer Glorious helmet. Scandinavian
Ho River, Good. Chinese
Hoa Peace loving. Vietnamese
Hoang Finish Vietnamese
Hobart Bright mind or heart. A form of
Hubert.
Hobard Teutonic
Hobson Good, Beautiful, Robert’s son, Son of
the bright, famous one.
Habsan, Hobsen, Hobsin English
Hoc Studious Hock, Hok Vietnamese
Hod Spledour form God. Hebrew
Hodaka Mountain Hodakah Japanese
Hodgson Roger’s son, Son of the renowned
spearsman.
English
Hoffman One with influence. Hoffmen, Hofman, Hofmen German
Hogan Young Hogen, Hogin, Hogun, Hogyn Irish, Gaelic
Holata Alligator Holatah Native American
Holbrook From the brook near the hollow. Holbrooke Old English
Holcomb From the deep valley. Holcombe Old English
Holden From the hollow in the deep valley. Holdan, Holdin, Holdon, Holdun,
Holdyn
Old English
Holger Rich spear. Teutonic
Holic Hair dresser, Barber. Holick, Holik Czech
Holland Geographical – from Holland. Holan, Holand, Hollan English
Holleb Dove Hollub, Holub Polish
Hollis From the holly tree grove. Hollis, Hollys, Hollyss Old English
Holm Meadow, Small island. Holme, Holmes, Hume Old English
Holman From the hollow. Hollman, Hollmen, Holmen Norse
Holmes From the river islands.;
From the river flat.
Middle English; Old Norse
Holt From the forest. Holtan, Holten, Holtin,
Holton, Holtyn
Old English
Homer Promise Holmer, Homa, Homar,
Homere (French), Homero, Homerus (German, Dutch), Omero
(Italian) 
Greek
Hondo Warrior Shona
Honester Stone, Tool sharpener. Old English
Honesto Honest Honest Filipino
Honi Gracious Hebrew
Honon Bear Moquelumnan
Honore Honourable Honor, Honoria Latin
Honovi Strength Native American
Honza God is gracious. A form of John. Czech
Hop Who who agrees. Chinese
Horace Time keeper; Promise. Horacio (Spanish, Portuguese),
Horatio (Italian), Horation, Horatius (German), Horats (Dutch), Horaz,
Horazio, Oratio, Orazio (Italian).
Latin; Greek
Horimir From the hill. Horemer, Horemir, Horimer, Horymer Bohemian
Horst Thicket, Nest, Leaping. Hurst Teutonic
Horton From the grey town; Garden. Hartan, Horten, Hortin, Hortun,
Hortyn
Old English; Latin
Horus God of the sky. Horuss Egyptian
Hosa Crow Hasah Native American
Hosea Salvation, One who is kept from harm. Hoseia, Hoshal, Osia, Osias Hebrew
Hotah White Hota Lakota
Hotaia Mine Hotaiah Polynesian
Hoto The whistler. Hototo Native American
Houghton From the grey town on the steep bank. Houghtan, Houghten, Houghtin, Hughtan,
Hughten, Hughtin, Hughton
Old English
Houston From the hill town, From Hugh’s town,
From the intelligent one’s town. Geographical – a town in Texas.
Houstan, Housten, Houstin, Houstun,
Houstyn
Old English
Howard Watcher, Guardian. Old English
Howe Distinguished Howey, Howi, Howie, Howy Teutonic
Howell Little, Alert. Howal, Howall, Howel Welsh
Howi Dove Howee, Howey, Howie, Howy Moquelumnan
Howie Watcher, Guardian. The
pet form of Howard.
Howee, Howey, Howi, Howy English
Howin Swallow who is loyal. Howyn Chinese
Howland From the hills. Howlande Old English
Hoyle From the hollow. Hoil, Hoile, Hoyl Old English
Hoyt Mind, Spirit. Hoyts, Hoytz Irish
Hradek One who lives near a small castle. Slavic
Hribar One who lives on a hill. Slavic
Hsu Promise, Composed. Chinese
Hsuang Yellow, Supreme. Chinese
Hu Tiger Chinese
Hua Flower Chinese
Hubert Bright mind or heart. Hobard, Hobart, Hobarte,
Hoibeard (Irish), Huberto (Spanish), Hubertus (German), Hubirt, Huburt,
Hubyrt, Hugibert (German), Hugo, Umberto (Italian)
Teutonic
Hudson Son of the hooded one. Hudsan, Hudsen, Hudsin,
Hudsyn
English
Huelo Ray of light Tongan
Huey Intelligent; Heart, Mind.
A form of Hugh.
Hughee, Hughey, Hughi,
Hughie, Hughy
English; Old German
Hugh Intelligent; Heart, Mind. Aodh (Irish), Aoidh
(Scottish), Hew, Hewe, Hiu (Hawaiian), Hosch, Hubbell, Hubert, Huberto,
Hue, Huego, Hues, Huet, Huey, Hughe, Hughes, Hugibert, Hugo (German,
Spanish, Dutch, Danish), Hugon, Hugues (French), Huig, Huw (Welsh),
Hughi, Hughie, Hughy, Hutchin, Huw (Welsh), Ugo (Italian), Ugon, Ugues
Old English; Old German
Hugo Intelligent; Heart, Mind. Aodh (Irish), Aoidh
(Scottish), Huego, Hugho, Hugo (German, Swedish, Spanish, Dutch,
Danish), Hugues (French), Ugo (Italian)
Latin, Old English; Old
German
Hula Eagle Hulah Osage
Hulbert Brilliant grace. Holbard, Holbert, Holberte, Holbirt,
Holburt, Holbyrt, Hulbard, Hulbert, Hulberte,
Hulbirt, Hulburt, Hulbyrt, Ulberto (Italian)
Teutonic
Hulda Covered Huldah Scandinavian
Humbert Bright giant. Humberto (Spanish),
Humbirt, Humburt, Humbyrt, Umberto (Italian)
Teutonic
Hume From th eriver island;
One who loves the home
Old Norse; German
Humphrey Peace loving guardian,
Peaceful home.
Homfree, Homfrey, Homfroi, Homphree,
Homphrey, Homphry, Humfre, Humfrey, Humfri, Humfrid
(Swedish), Humfrie, Humfried (German, Dutch), Humphree, Humphrey,
Hunfredo (Spanish), Onfre (Spanish), Onfredo, Onfree, Onfrey, Onfroi
(French), Onofredo (Italian), Onufry
Teutonic
Hung Strong Vietnamese
Hunt A short form of Hunt, hunter. Old English
Hunter Hunter Hunta, Huntar,
Huntington, Huntly
Old English
Huntingdon From the hunter’s hill. Old English
Huntington From the hunter’s town. Old English
Huntly From the hunter’s meadow. Huntlea, Huntleah, Huntlee, Huntleigh,
Huntley
Old English
Hurd Strong-minded. Herd English
Hurley From the clearing in the woods, From
the hare meadow; Sea tide.
Hurlea, Hurleah, Hurlee, Hurleigh,
Hurly
Old English
Hurst Dweller in the forest. Hearst, Hirst Middle English
Husam Sword Arabic
Husani Handsome Swahili
Hush Quick; Quiet. Hebrew; Old English
Huslu Shaggy bear. Native American
Hussein Little beauty, Little handsome one. Husain, Hussain, Husein Arabic
Hute Star Native American
Hutton From the house on the overhanging
ledge.
Huttan, Hutten, Huttin, Hutton,
Huttyn
Old English
Huxford From Hugh’s ford, From the
intelligent one’s ford.
Old English
Huxley From Hugh’s meadow, From the
intelligent one’s meadow.
Huxlea, Huxleah, Huxlee, Huxleigh,
Huxly
Old English
Huy Glory Vietnamese
Huyu Writer Japanese
Hy Hope Vietnamese
Hyacinthe Hyacinth, Purple. French
Hyatt From the high gate Hiat, Hiatt, Hiatte, Hyat,
Hyatte
Old English
Hyde Measure of land, Acreage. Old English
Hyder Tanner of hides Hyde English
Hywel Notable Welsh