What does Heriot mean?
(male) Harot, Heriday, ..
(female) Herida, Heriotha, ..
How popular is Heriot?
Heriot is a rare given name for men but a very popular surname for all people (#70052 out of 150436, Top 47%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Prominent variation forms of Heriot (outside Top 2000) appearing in the Top 2000 are Henry (#33 from current records), Henrik (#863) and Henri (#1596). Adoption of these relations of Heriot was widespread during the years 1880-1889 (adoption of 2.2%) and has become significantly reduced since (adoption 0.5%, 77% less), with the version Henry falling out of fashion. Henrik is the most chic birth name here. Below is a charted analysis of the usage of Heriot and associated names. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
Heriot is alike in pronunciation to Heroot and Herut. Other suggested similar names are Arnot, Cheroot, Dermot, Diot, Eliot, Elliot▲, Garrot (see Garret), Hardon, Hari, Harish, Harjit, Harlo, Harloe, Harlow, Harmon▼, Haron, Haroon, Hart, Hearst, Hebor, Hecie, Hedeon, Heine, Heini, Heitor, Helario, Heli, Helier, Helmut, Herbie, Heribert, Herin, Herlad, Herman▼, Hermes, Hermie, Hermilo, Hermite, Hermon▼, Hermus, Hern, Hernan, Herndon, Herne, Hernly, Herold, Herrick, Herrik (see Herrick), Herrold, Hersch, Hersh, Herv (see Harvey), Herve, Hervey, Herzel, Herzl, Heulog, Hewet, Hewett, Hewie, Hewitt, Hewlitt (see Hewett), Hewson, Hiro, Hirom, Hirst, Horst, Horton, Hurst, Jarrot, Jerrot, Merit and Meritt. These names tend to be more frequently used than Heriot.