What does Harry mean?
The English version of Henri. The name is used as a nickname of Henry and Harold. American use may be homage to President Harry S Truman. Fictional character Harry Potter has also influenced the name. Prince Henry of Wales is widely known as Harry. Actor Harry Belafonte; American Supreme Court Justice Harry A. Blackmun; magician Harry Houdini.
Harry has 1 feminine form: Harriet.Kreatif forms:
(male) Hary, Hory, ..
(female) Harey, Harra, ..
How popular is Harry?
Harry is a very prominent first name for men (#70 out of 1220, Top 6%) and also a very prominent last name for all people (#3703 out of 150436, Top 2%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Presented below is the baby name history of Harry for boys. Harry reached its apex position of #11 in the U.S. during the years 1890-1899, and is at #714 presently. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Henry (#33 the previous year), Hank (#602), Harold (#828), Henri (#1596), Harrell, Harald, Hal and Harrie are the popular related forms of Harry (#714 the previous year). Other forms, like Henryk, are uncommon. These relations of Harry were favored as birth names a century ago (adoption of 4.4%) and have become significantly less popular since (adoption 0.55%, ▼87.5%), with forms such as Harold becoming somewhat outmoded. Hank is the most contemporarily stylish birth name here.
Harry▼ is alike in pronunciation to Hairo, Hari, Hiro and Horry. Other recommended names are Barry▼, Berry▼, Camry, Cary▼, Clarry, Corry, Curry, Darry, Derry, Garry▼, Gary▼, Gerry▼, Hadly, Hagly, Haily (see Haley), Haley, Halsy, Hanly, Hany, Hardey, Hardy▼, Harel, Harley▼, Harli, Harlo, Harly, Harlyn, Harm, Haron, Harrel, Harris▼, Hart, Harte, Harthy, Harun, Harv, Harve▼, Harvey▼, Harvy, Hasty, Hawly, Hurly, Jary, Jerry▼, Jorry, Kerry▼, Korry, Larry▼, Lary, Lawry, Lorry, Mabry, Maury, Morry, Murry, Orry, Parry, Perry▼, Qadry, Rorry, Terry▼ and Torry. These names tend to be less commonly used than Harry.