What does Henry mean?
From Haimric, derived from haim meaning "home" and rÓc meaning "power, ruler". The original English form was Harry, and in the 17th century, Henry become the standard form due to the influence of the Latin form Henricus and French Henri. Norman name that is a favored royal name (for eight kings) of England and France. Explorer Henry Hudson; actor Henry Fonda; author Henry James; poet Henry James; poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; artists Henri Matisse, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri Rousseau; playwright Henrik Ibsen; singer Enrique Iglesias.
Henry▼ has 36 variants: Anrai, Arrigo, Eanraig, Einri, Enrico, Enrikos, Enrique, Enzio, Enzo▲, Hal▼, Hank▲, Harri, Harry▼, Heike, Heiko, Hein, Heindrick, Heindrik, Heiner, Heinrich, Heinrick, Heinrik, Heinz, Hendrick, Hendrik, Henerik, Henk, Henning, Henri, Henrik▲, Henrique, Henryk, Heriot, Herrior, Hinrich and Rico.Kreatif forms:
(male) Heinry, Heury, ..
(female) Henha, Heni, ..
How popular is Henry?
Henry is a very popular first name for men (#46 out of 1220, Top 4%) and also a very popular last name for both adults and children (#142 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Charted below is the birth name history of Henry for boys. Henry entered the list in 1880-1889 and reached its highest position of #8 in the U.S. then, and is at #33 presently. (2014 Birth Statistics)
Popular variation forms of Henry (#33 the previous year) rated in the Top 2000 are Kendrick (#334 the previous year), Enzo (#369), Enrique (#414), Hank (#602), Emery (#687), Harry (#714), Henrik (#863), Rico (#1216), Henri (#1596), Amerigo, Hal and Enrico. These forms of Henry were popular as baby names 134 years ago (average #1301) and have become much less widespread since (#986, ▼83.5%), with versions such as Henry becoming somewhat dated. Kendrick, Enzo, Hank and Henrik are four of the more fashionable baby names in this list.
Suggested similar names are Berry▼, Derry, Geary, Gentry, Gerry▼, Gery, Hanly, Hany, Hearn, Hedly (see Hedley), Henley, Herb, Hern, Hernly, Herv (see Harvey), Hewney, Horry, Jefry, Jerry▼, Keary, Kerry▼, Leary, Perry▼ and Terry▼. These names tend to be less commonly used than Henry.