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Girl Names Starting with Ha-

Ha- baby names and what they mean, with 74 results. Ha- names are used more often as masculine names. These girl names were at the height of their popularity in 2000 (usage of 3.64%) and are almost as popular today (usage 2.71%, 25.5%), but with names such as Hailie becoming somewhat outmoded. The more fashionable baby names in this compilation are Harper (#10), Hadley (#102), Harmony (#184), Haven (#330) and Harley (#281), while Haller (top 2%) and Hanks (1%) are conventional Ha- last names. Here is the list of Ha- names for boys.

Ha- names

Habiba - Hakeema | Hala - Hanako | Hanan - Harriet | Harriette - Hazona

Habiba - Hakeema

Habiba, var. Habibah, Habibi, Haviva, Havivah
Stems fr. Arabic word. "Loved one." Unusual. Compare Habiba with common -ba last names Holba (top 85%), Haba (43%).

Hadara, var. Hadarah, Hadarit, Haduraq
From Hebrew. "Beauty, splendor, glory." Hamara, Hadar are common surnames.

Hadassah and variantsHadassah1, var. Hadasa, Hadasah, Hadassa
Derivative of Hebrew word. "Myrtle, bride; star." Hadassa and variants are seldom found as given names.

Form of Asta. Origin fr. Greek, Old Norse. "Star-like; love." Well-used, with usage of 0.018% for Hadassah as a girls' name in 2015, higher than 0.018% a year ago. See also Hadassa.

Hadia, var. Hadiya1, Hadya
Derivative of Arabic element. "Leader, guide." Hadja is a slightly favored kid's name.

Hadil, var. Hadeel
Origin fr. Arabic word. "Sound of a pigeon." Scarce as birth names, but Hadil and Hadeel are comparable to the more conventional Hadley.

Hadiya2, var. Haadiyah
Derivative of Arabic language. "Gift." Haadiyah and Hadiya are scarce given names.

Hadley and variantsHadley, var. Hadlea, Hadleigh, Hadly
Source fr. Old English element. "Heather meadow." Popular, with usage of 0.215% for Hadley and variants as baby names in 2015, though lower than 0.217% the previous year.

Hadria1, Hadrienne1
Forms of Adrienne. From Latin element. "From Hadria." Halria and Haria are creative forms.

Hadria2, var. Hadriana, Hadriane, Hadrianna, Hadrien, Hadrienne2
From Latin. "From Hadria." Rare, with the androgynous -ia ending for Hadria, like Hedia.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ha- names: Hadassah, Hadleigh, Hadley, Hafsa, Hana, Haydee

Hadvig, Hadwig
Var. of Hedwig. Based on Old German language. "Contention and strife." Hadvig and Hadwig are uncommon as baby names.

Hafiza, var. Haafiza
Derived fr. Arabic element. "Guardian." Hafiza and Haafiza are not often adopted as girls' names.

Hafsa and variantsHafsa, var. Hafsah, Hafswa, Hafza
Source fr. Arabic language. .. Name of a seventh century person .. Hafsah, Hafswa and Hafza are more uncommon as children's names among the variations of Hafsa.

Hagar, var. Haggar, Hagir, Hajar1
Root fr. Hebrew word. "Forsaken, flight." Hagar, Haggar, etc. are rarely used as baby names.

Var. of Hiba. Origin fr. Arabic word. "Gift." Unique. Haibah, like Hepsibah, uses the feminine -ibah ending. See also Haifa.

Haidee and variantsHaidee1, var. Hadee, Haydee
Root fr. Greek element. "Well-behaved, modest." Used somewhat frequently as baby names, Haidee, Haydee, etc. are similar to the common Haylee.

Form of Heidi. Stems fr. Old German. "Exalted nature." Uncommon. Haidee, similar to Haylee, has the androgynous-sounding -ee ending. See also Hadee.

Hajar2, var. Hadjar, Hajra, Hajrah, Hajjra, Hajjrah
Source fr. Hebrew. "Flight." Hajrah and variants were not Top birth names in 2015.

Anne and variantsHajna, Hana, Hanja, Hanka, Hanny
Forms of Anne. Source fr. Hebrew. "He (God) has favored me." Adoption of Hajna, Hanny, etc. as birth names in 2015 was down 13.3% compared to 2005.

Based on Arabic element. "Wise, intelligent." Hakeema is not often adopted as a birth name.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ha- names for girls.

1. Habiba - Hakeema
Habiba [Habibi, Haviva, Habibah, Havivah], Hadara [Hadarah, Hadarit, Haduraq], Hadassah [Hadasa, Hadasah, Hadassa], Asta [Hadassah], Hadia [Hadya, Hadiya], Hadil [Hadeel], Hadiya [Haadiyah], Hadley [Hadly, Hadlea, Hadleigh], Adrienne [Hadria, Hadrienne], Hadria [Hadrien, Hadriane, Hadrianna, Hadrienne, ..], Hedwig [Hadvig, Hadwig], Hafiza [Haafiza], Hafsa [Hafza, Hafsah, Hafswa], Hagar [Hajar, Hagir, Haggar], Hiba [Haibah], Haidee [Hadee, Haydee], Heidi [Haidee], Hajar [Hajra, Hajrah, Hajjra, Hajjrah, ..], Anne [Hana, Hanja, Hanka, Hanny, ..], Hakeema

Hala [Halah], Halcyone [Halcyon, Halcyona], Haldana [Haldane, Haldanna], Haley [Haylee, Hayley, Haylie, Haleigh, ..], Halfrida, Halia, Halima [Haleema, Haleima, Halimah, Haleemah], Halimeda [Hali, Hallie, Halette, Halameda], Helen [Halina], Galina [Halina], Halle [Halley, Hallie], Halleli [Halleliya, Halleluja, Hallelujah], Hallie [Hali, Halle, Halli, Halley], Hilma [Halma], Chamania [Hamania], Hamdan, Hamida [Hameida, Hamidah, Hamideh, Hameedah, ..], Hamna [Hamnah], Hana [Hanae, Hannah], Hanako [Hana, Hanae]

Hanan [Hanaan], Anna [Hania], Hania [Hany, Hannya, Hannyah, Hanniyah, ..], Chanya [Hania, Haniah, Hanyah], Chanina [Hanina, Haninah, Haninach], Hanita, Hannah [Hanny, Hannie, Hannele, Hannelore, ..], Hansika, Hansine [Hanseen, Hansina], Happy, Haralda [Hally, Harolda, Haroldene, Haroldina, ..], Harela [Harrela, Harrella, Harrellah], Harleen, Harley [Harly, Harli, Harlie, Harlene, ..], Harminder [Harmander, Harmindir], Harmony [Harmoni, Harmoney, Harmonia, Harmonie, ..], Harolyn, Harper, Harpreet, Harriet [Hatsy, Hatty, Hatsie, Hattie, ..]

Harriette, Hortense [Hartencia, Hartinsia], Hasana [Hassana], Hasina, Henrietta [Hatsy, Hatty, Hatsie, Hattie], Hava [Haya], Chava [Hava, Haya], Heaven [Haven], Aviva [Haviva], Haviva [Havivah, Havviva, Havvivah], Hayfa [Haifa], Hayley [Haylee, Haylie, Haylea, Hayleigh, ..], Hazel [Hazal, Hazle, Hazell, Hazelle], Chazona [Hazona, Hazonach]

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