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Girl Names Starting with Her-

Her- baby names and what they mean, with 16 results. These girl names were at the top of their popularity during 1910-1919. Heron (top 6%) and Herd (4%) are common Her- last names.

Her- names

Hera - Hertha

Source fr. Greek element. "Queen." Heran is a slightly favored birth name. See also Hena.

From Old German element. "Illustrious warrior." Unconventional, but Herbertine is comparable to popular -ine last names Herline (top 81%), Heseltine (82%).

Hermia and variantsHermia1, var. Hermila, Hermilda, Herminia1
Root fr. Greek word. "Messenger." Hermia and Hermilda are more unusual as baby names.

Erma and variantsHermia2, Hermine1, Herminie, Hermione1
Forms of Erma. Based on Old German language. "Entire, universal." Less popular today. Hermine was the form last listed (the 1930s) in the Top 2000.

Based on Old German element. "Army man." A slightly quaint baby name now, though Hermine still occurs often as a female first name. See also Herminie.

Herminia and variantsHerminia2, var. Hermia3, Hermina1, Hermine3
Derivative of Spanish word. Variant of Hermia .. Hermia is unique as a baby name among the forms of Herminia.

Hermione and variantsHermione2, var. Herma, Hermia4, Hermina2, Hermine4, Herminia3
From Greek element. "Messenger." Used somewhat frequently as baby names, Hermione, Hermia, etc. are comparable to the common Hermila.

Hermona, Hermonach, Hermonah
Forms of Chermona. Source fr. Hebrew. "Sacred mountain." Uncommon. Hermona, Hermonach and Hermonah are not found in the US Demographics.

Derivative of Spanish word. "Beautiful." Hermosa is not frequently used as a girls' name.

Derived fr. Greek language. .. a priestess of Aphrodite and the .. Rather unusual as a birth name, Hero is found more often as a last name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Her- names: Herma, Hermina, Hermine, Herminia, Hertha

Root fr. Greek. "To monitor, watch over." Not Top 2000 name.

Form of Eroica. Origin fr. Italian word. "Heroic." A rare baby name.

Hersila1, Hersilia1
Var. of Ersilia. Origin fr. Greek, Latin words. "Delicate; liberator." Unusual. Hersilia (compare Herminia, Hellia) has the unusual -ia suffix.

Hersilia2, var. Hersila2
Derivative of Spanish, Greek languages. "Delicate." Not Top 2000 names.

Eartha and variantsHerta1, Hertha1
Var. of Eartha. Derivative of Old English element. "Earth." Herta (top 72%) and Hertha (79%) are familiar female names.

Hertha2, var. Herta2
Derivative of Old English language. "Earth." Herta and Hertha are more familiar as birth names compared to other variant forms.

Quick Reference

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

1. Hera - Hertha
Hera, Herbertine, Hermia [Hermila, Hermilda, Herminia], Erma [Hermia, Hermine, Herminie, Hermione], Hermine, Herminia [Hermia, Hermina, Hermine], Hermione [Herma, Hermia, Hermina, Hermine, Herminia], Chermona [Hermona, Hermonah, Hermonach], Hermosa, Hero, Herodias, Eroica [Heroica], Ersilia [Hersila, Hersilia], Hersilia [Hersila], Eartha [Herta, Hertha], Hertha [Herta]

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