Hadassah▲, means "myrtle, bride; star". Common choice for a name for children.
Hadley▲, var. Hadly, Hedly, Hedlie, Hedley, Hedlea, Hadlea, Hadleigh, Hedleigh, means "heather meadow". A name suitable for both women and men. A very common choice for a name for kids (#99 the past year), Hadley also exists frequently as a last name. The variation Hadleigh is common as a form of Hadley.
Haidee, var. Hadee, Hyday, Haydee▼, means "well-behaved, modest". Usage of Haydee as a given name for girls has waned over time since 1940-1949. The form Haydee is popular as a variation of this name.
Haley▲, var. Halea, Hayley▲, Haylee▲, Hailee▼, Haylie▼, Hailey▲, Haleigh▼, means "hay meadow". A name applicable for both sexes. A very popular choice for a birth name for girls (#265 in 2014) that also exists conventionally as a last name. The variations Haylie and Haleigh are commonplace as variant forms of Haley.
Halfrida, means "peaceful heroine; peaceful home". A seldom-used girls' name.
Halia, means "remembrance of a loved one". A seldom-used given name. See also Talia.
Halimeda, var. Hali▼, Hallie▼, Halette, Halameda, means "the sea". Meda, Hallie and Hali have faded in favor as birth names over the years since 1880-1889. The variation Meda is familiar as a variant form of Halimeda.
Hanako, means "flower child". Rarely used as a baby name. See also Hanka.
Hanita, means "grace of the gods". A unique name for children. See also Wanita.
Hannah▲, var. Hana▼, Hanny, Honna, Hanna▼, Hanne, Hanah, Hannie, Hannele, Hanalee, Hanalise, .. 1 more, means "He (God) has favored me". The name Hannah has gained increasing favor as a name for newborns since 1960. The forms Nannie, Hanna, Annie and Ann are prevalent as versions of the name.
Hansika, means "small swan". Seldom used as a name for children. See also Hansina.
Happy, means "cheerful". Rare as a birth name for females.
Haralda, var. Hally, Halley, Hallie▼, Harolda, Haroldina, Haroldene, means "army ruler, commander". Hallie has faded in popularity as a name for girls over time. The form Hallie is familiar as a variation of Haralda.
Harley▲, var. Harly, Harlea, Harlee, Harlie, Harleen, Harlene, Harleigh, means "hare meadow". The name Harley has gained in popularity as a name for babies over the years since 1880-1889. A name used for both genders. The variation Harlene is popular as a variant form of Harley.