Baby Names starting with H for boys



Baby Names from A to Z

Habakkuk, var. Habacuc, Habbakuk, means "embrace". Habakkuk is a scarcely used first name.

Habib, var. Habeeb, means "loved one". Scarcely used as a baby name, Habib exists more conventionally as a last name. See also Haviv.

Hackett, var. Hacket, Hackit, Hackitt, means "little hewer (of wood)". Hackett is rarely used as a masculine name, and it occurs frequently (Top 2%) as a last name according to the US Census.

Hackman, means "hewer, hacker (of wood)". Seldom used as a name for boys, Hackman is used more conventionally as a last name. See also Jackman.

Hadar, var. Heder, Hadur, Hadaram, means "splendor, glory. ornament; citrus fruit". Hadar is an uncommon first name. See also Kadar.

Hadden, var. Hadon, Haden, Haddin, Haddon, Haddan, means "hill of heather". Hadden is scarce as a male name, appearing frequently (Top 5%) as a last name in the US Census. The variation Haden is commonplace as a variant form of Hadden.

Hadi, means "rightly guide". Unique as a name for babies. See also Hari.

Hadley, var. Hadly, Hadlee, Hadlea, Hadleigh, means "heather meadow". A name suited for both genders. Scarcely used as a name for boys, Hadley exists more often as a surname. The variation Leigh is prevalent as a form of Hadley.

Hadrian, var. Hadrien. Hadrian is a rarely occurring masculine name. The form Adrien is popular as a variation of this name.

Hadriel, means "splendor of Jehovah". Unique as a given name for baby boys. See also Hadrien.

Hadwin, var. Hedwin, Hadwyn, Hedwinn, Hadwinn, Hadwynne, means "friend in war". Rarely used as a name for newborns, Hadwin is used more frequently as a last name. See also Hardwin.

Hafiz, var. Hafeez, Haphiz, Hapheez, means "one who guards". Rare as a name for boys.

Hagen, var. Hagan, Haggan, means "youthful one". Rare as a given name for baby boys, Hagen occurs more frequently as a last name. See also Hogan.

Hagley, var. Hagly, Haglee, Haglea, Hagleigh, means "enclosed meadow". Scarce as a birth name for males, Hagley occurs more conventionally as a last name. See also Hayley.

Haig, means "enclosed with hedges". Rare as a name for newborns, Haig occurs more frequently as a last name. See also Haws.

Haidar, var. Hyder, Haydar, Haider, means "lion". Rare as a birth name. See also Hadar.

Haim, var. Hayim, Hayyim, means "life". Unique as a baby name. See also Harm.

Hakeem, var. Hakim, means "wise, intelligent". Hakeem is an irregularly used masculine name, occurring frequently (Top 64%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Hasheem.

Hakon, var. Hako, Hagen, Hakan, Hagan, Hacon, Haakin, Haakon, Haaken, means "noble, of the highest race; exalted son". Hakon is an intermittently used first name. See also Hazin.

Hal, means "home leader". A slightly uncommon name for boys that is used somewhat regularly as a surname. See also Tal.

Halbert, var. Halburt, means "shining hero". A unique name for babies, Halbert is used more commonly as a surname. See also Hulburt.

Halden, var. Haldan, Halvdan, Halfdan, Haldane, Halfdane, means "half Dane". Scarce as a name for newborns. See also Malden.

Hale, var. Hal, Halen, Hayle, Hallen, Haylan, means "hero; from the hall". A scarce boys' name, Hale is used more conventionally as a surname. The variation Hal is commonly used as a variant form of the name.

Haley, var. Haily, Hayley, Hallie, Halley, Hailey, Haleigh, Hayleigh, means "hay meadow; ingenious, clever". Also suitable as a girls' name. Hallie has fallen off in favor as a boys' name over time. The variation Hallie is widely used as a form of the name.

Halford, var. Hallford, means "valley ford; Hal's ford". Halford is a rare given name, and it appears regularly (Top 9%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Harford.

Hali, means "the sea". Gender-neutral name. Rarely used as a baby name.

Halim, means "gentle". Unique as a birth name for boys, Halim is used more commonly as a last name. See also Hayim.

Hall, means "worker at the hall". A rare name for baby boys which occurs more commonly as a surname. See also Heli.

Hallam, var. Hallem, means "the valley". Hallam is a scantly used masculine name, and it occurs often (Top 12%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Hallen.

Hallberg, var. Halberg, Halburg, Hallburg, means "rock mountain". Unique as a birth name, Hallberg is used more frequently as a surname. See also Halbert.

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