What does Hall mean?
Occupational name. The hall (Old English heall) would be a large hall or manor. Musician Darryl Hall.
VariationsKreatif forms: Hallhy, Hyhall. [more]
How popular is Hall?
Hall is a rare given name for men but a very popular surname for all people (#30 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the baby name history of Hall for boys. Hall has yet to be listed in the list so far. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Thinking of names?
Hall is pronounced similarly to Hal▼, Hale, Halle, Hayle, Hill, Howel, Howell▼ and Hywel. Other suggested similar baby names are Beall, Bell, Bill▼, Coll, Dell▼, Gaell, Gaill, Gall, Gill, Hadly, Hagly, Hai, Haig, Haily, Haim, Hako, Halen, Haley, Hali, Halim, Hallam, Hallem, Hallen, Halley, Hallie▼, Hallsy, Halsy, Ham, Hamal, Hamel, Hamell, Hamil, Hamill, Hank▲, Hanly, Hans▼, Hansl, Hany, Harel, Hari, Harli, Harlo, Harly, Harm, Hart, Harv, Havel, Hawk, Hawly, Haws, Hays, Hazel▼, Heli, Hilal, Hilly, Holt, Kell, Neall, Niall, Noll, Odall, Pall, Peall, Pell, Sill, Till and Vaill. These names tend to be more frequently used than Hall.