Baby Names for Girls and Boys of English Origin – H
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Apart from the name Harry, the letter H does not really have other popular names among parents. But still, you can go through the list and make sure you note down the ones you like. You never know where or how you will find the right one for your son or daughter. As a digital savvy parent, we are sure you will do your research right.
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English Baby Names that start with the letter H
Hadley: From Hadda’s field
Hagan: the protector of people
Haig: enclosure, but also a brand of scotch whisky.
Haines: Dweller by the enclosure
Hal: the army ruler
Halen: From the hay land
Hall: From the Manor
Hallam or Hallan: Dweller at the rocks
Hallie: Praise the Lord
Hamilton: From Hamela’s settlement, celebrity surname for Lewis Hamilton, the British Formula One racing driver who was the 2008 F1 World Champion.
Hamlet: home, and the well known Shakespeare’s play
Hammer: Maker of Hammers
Hammond: home protection
Hamo: home (girl’s name)
Hampton: From the village by the town
Hanley: From the high field
Harding: Hard-working, Strong
Hardy: Courageous, Strong
Harlan: Dweller by the Boundary Wood
Harley: From the hares’ wood
Harlow: From the mound of the people
Harmony: Musical Combination of Chords
Harper: Harp Player
Harriet: Home Ruler
Harris: Son of Harry
Harrison: Son of Harry, celebrity name for Harrison Ford, the American film actor and producer. He is famous for his performances as Han Solo in the original Star Wars trilogy and the title character of the Indiana Jones film series.
Harry: army ruler
Hart: Deer or Stag
Hartley: Deer field
Hartwell: Stag’s spring
Haven or Heaven: Safe place, the home of the Gods and celestial beings
Hawk: birds of prey, widely distributed and varying greatly in size
Hayden: From the hay downs
Hayes: Lives by the Forest/Brush
Hayley: From the hay clearing. Eminem’s daughter is named Hayley. Celebrity name for Hayley Williams who is an American singer and songwriter. She is the lead vocalist of the American rock band Paramore
Hayward: From the hedge enclosure
Hazel: a genus of deciduous trees and large shrubs native to the temperate Northern Hemisphere.
Hazelle: The Hazel Tree
Heath: Heathland, celebrity name for Heath Ledger the actor whose last role as Joker was highly praised but unfortunately died on 22 January 2008.
Heather: common name for various plants, celebrity name for Heather Graham the American actress and Heather Morrisactress, dancer, singer and model.
Heaton: From the high town
Hedy: Battle War
Heller: Dweller on the hill
Hendrix: Son of Hendrick, celebrity surname for Jimmmy Hendrix, the American musician, singer and songwriter who is widely considered one of the most influential electric guitarists.
Henley: High field
Henrietta: Ruler of the Home
Herb: short name for Herbert, see name meaning below
Herbert: Army bright
Hereward: Army guardian
Hetty: Home ruler
Hewitt: From the cutting
Hilliard: War stronghold
Holbrook: Dweller by the brook in a hollow
Holden: From the hollow in the Valley
Holiday: Born on a holy day, what a brilliant name to give to your beloved baby! Everybody will just love it, who doesn’t like holidays anyway?
Hollace: Near the Holly
Hollis: Near the Holly
Holly: a flower in the family Aquifoliaceae. Celebrity name for Holly Williams, the American singer-songwriter.
Honor: good name or public esteem, showing of usually merited respect
Hope: a wish or desire accompanied by confident expectation of its fulfillment.
Houston: From Hugh’s town, also a US city in Texas where NASA has their headquarters and launches missiles to the moon
Howard: Heart brave
Howe: From the hill or ridge
Howie: Heart Brave
Hubert: Mind bright
Hudd: Brave Ruler
Hudson: Son of Hudd
Humbert: Bright warrior
Hume: From the river island
Humphrey: Peaceful warrior
Hunter: a person who looks diligently for somethings
Huntley: From the hunt field
Huxley: From Hoc’s Field