Baby Names Beginning with H for Girls
Boy Names | Girl NamesHabiba - Halia | Halima - Harleen | Harley - Hedia | Hedwenn - Herminia | Hermione - Hildreth | Hilma - Huette | Hulda - Hypatia
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Common two-syllable H- girl names: Hadleigh, Hadley▲, Hailee▼, Hailey▲, Haleigh▼, Haley▲, Haydee▼, Haylee▲, Hayley▲, Haylie▼.
Common three-syllable H- girl name: Hadassah▲.
All Names from Habiba - Halia
Habiba, Hebiba, Haviva, Habibi, Havivah, Habibah. "Loved one." Not in popularity charts.
Hadara, Haduraq, Hadarit, Hadarah. "Beauty, splendor, glory." Hafdara and Hardara are kreatif forms.
Hadassah▲, Hadasa, Hadassa, Hadasah. "Myrtle, bride; star." Listed in Top 1000.
Hadia, Hadya, Hadiya. "Leader, guide." Unusual, but Hadia is similar to common -dia last name Badia (upper 20%).
Hadil, Hadeel. "Sound of a pigeon." Not in popularity charts.
Hadiya, Haadiyah. "Gift." Uncommon. Hadiya and Haadiyah are not listed in the US Census.
Hadley▲, Hadly, Hedly, Hedlie, Hedley, Hedlea, Hadlea, Hadleigh, Hedleigh. "Heather meadow." Adoption of Hedly and variants is more pronounced in 2014.
Hadria, Hadrien, Hadriana, Hadriane, Hadrienne, Hadrianna. "From Hadria." Not Top 1000 names.
Hafiza, Haafiza. "Guardian." Not in Top 1000.
Hafsa, Hafza, Hafswa, Hafsah. Unique. Hafsa (cf. Helsa) ends with the feminine -sa.
Hagar, Hajar, Hagir, Haggar. "Forsaken, flight." Outside Top 1000.
Haidee, Hadee, Hyday, Haydee▼. "Well-behaved, modest." Outside Top 1000.
Hajar, Hajra, Hajjra, Hajrah, Hadjar, Hajjrah. "Flight." Rare, with the -ar suffix for Hajar, Hadjar, like Hagar.
Hakeema. "Wise, intelligent." Uncommon, with the -ma suffix, like Halima. See also Haleema.
Hala, Halah. "Halo." Hala and Halah are intermittently used feminine names, and Hala occurs commonly (top 44%) as a last name.
Halcyone, Halcyon, Halcyona. "Kingfisher." Rare, with the -ne suffix for Halcyone, like Hanne.
Haldana, Haldane, Haldanna. "Half-Danish." Haldana, Haldane and Haldanna are seldom found as feminine names, and Haldane appears often (upper 38%) as a surname.
Haley▲, Halea, Hayley▲, Haylee▲, Hailee▼, Haylie▼, Hailey▲, Haleigh▼. "Hay meadow." Haley, Hailey, Haylee and Hayley have risen in popularity as girls' names since 1880-1889.
Halfrida. "Peaceful heroine; peaceful home." Unusual, with the feminine-sounding -ida suffix, like Hameida.
Halia. "Remembrance of a loved one." Not in Top 1000. See also Hala.