Hardwick [Harwyck] 66 Based on Old English. "Courageous one's settlement." The variations Hardwick and Harwyck are sparsely used given names, and Hardwick occurs regularly (Top 4%) as a surname according to the US Census.
[Herrick, Herryck, .. 17 more] Var. of Harold 67 Origin fr. Scandinavian element. "Army ruler." The forms Herrick and Herryck are uncommonly used as masculine names, and Herrick appears frequently (Top 4%) as a last name according to the US Census. ..
Havelock 68 Based on Scandinavian word. "Sea competition." A scarce boys' name.
Hendrick 69 Origin fr. English, Danish, Old German elements. "Home leader." The form Hendrick is an unusual given name, occurring regularly (Top 4%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Heindrik. ..
[Heindrick, Heinrick, Hendrick, .. 25 more] Var. of Henry 70 Source fr. Old German element. "Home leader." The variant forms Heindrick, Heinrick and Hendrick are scarce masculine names, and Hendrick occurs often (Top 4%) as a surname in the US Census. ..
Herrick [Herryck, .. 1 more] 71 From Old German word. "War ruler." The variations Herrick and Herryck are uncommonly used male names, and Herrick occurs frequently (Top 4%) as a last name in the US Census.
Hitchcock 72 Source fr. Old English element. Film director Alfred Hitchcock. Hitchcock is uncommonly used as a men's name, appearing regularly (Top 3%) as a surname in the US Census.
[Zack▼, .. 18 more] Var. of Isaac 73 From Hebrew word. "Laughter." The form Zack is more commonplace as a birth name among the different forms of the name. See also Dack. ..
Jack 74 Based on Old English word. Name based on John (Hebrew) "God is gracious", or Jacques, the French form of Jacob (Hebrew) "he who supplants" .. Very common choice for a birth name for males (#41 the previous year), Jack also exists often as a surname. See also Jase.
[Jack, .. 9 more] Var. of Jackson 75 From Old English word. "Son of Jack." The form Jack is more commonplace as a name for babies among the different variant forms of the name. See also Jayce.