What does Hall mean?
Occupational name. The hall (Old English heall) would be a large hall or manor. Musician Darryl Hall.
(male) Hell, Hyll, ..
(female) Halen, Haly, ..
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 reached its peak position of #1246 in the U.S. during 1890-1899, but is not listed currently. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Hall is pronounced similarly to Hal▼, Hale, Halle, Hayle, Hill, Howel, Howell and Hywel. Other suggested similar names are Beall, Bell, Bill▼, Coll, Dell▼, Gaell, Gaill, Gall, Gill, Hadly, Hagly, Hai, Haig, Haily (see Haley), 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 (see Odell), Pall, Peall, Pell, Sill, Till and Vaill. These names tend to be more frequently used than Hall.