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Boy Names Starting with Har-

Har- baby names and what they mean, with 44 results. Har- names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names reached the top of their popularity a century ago (usage of 3%) and have become significantly less common since (usage 0.3%, 89.8%), with names such as Harold becoming less fashionable. Harper (#722) and Harrison (#119) are two of the more chic baby names among these, while Harner (top 5%) and Harger (7%) are common Har- surnames.

Har- names

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Harbert - Harm

Form of Herbert. From Old German element. "Illustrious warrior." Common as surname, and Harbert (upper 7%) is comparable to popular surnames Hurbert (upper 90%), Hubbert (9%), which also end with -bert. See also Halbert.

Harbin, var. Harben
Origin fr. Old French, German elements. "Little bright warrior." Harbin and Harben are not Top 2000 names.

Source fr. Old French element. "Fortified farm." Rather uncommon as a boys' name, Harcourt occurs more frequently as a last name.

Harden and variantsHarden, var. Hardin, Hardon
From Old English word. "Valley of the hares." Less common today. Harden and Hardin were variations last found (1920-1929) in the Top 2000.

Harding and variantsHarding, var. Hardinge
Stems fr. Old English word. "Brave, strong." Hardinge is exclusive as a boys' name among the versions of Harding.

Hardwick, var. Harwyck
Source fr. Old English element. "Courageous one's settlement." Hardwick and Harwyck are not in the Top 2000.

Hardwin, var. Hardwen, Hardwinn, Hardwyn, Hardwynn
Based on Old English word. "Courageous friend." Hardwin, Hardwyn, etc. are seldom adopted as birth names.

Hardy and variantsHardy, var. Hardey
Based on Old German language. "Bold, brave." Used somewhat frequently as baby names, Hardy and Hardey are similar to the common Harry.

Harel and variantsHarel, var. Harrel, Harrell
Source fr. Hebrew. "God's mount." Harel and forms peaked in popularity a century ago.

Harford, var. Harfurd, Harrford, Harrfurd
Root fr. Old English. "Ford of the hares." Harford, Harrford, etc. are not Top 2000 names.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Har- names: Harden, Hardin, Harding, Hardy, Harlan

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Har- names: Harland, Harlen, Harley, Harlie, Harlin

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Har- names: Harlow, Harm, Harman, Harmon, Harrel, Harrell

Hargrove, var. Hargrave, Hargreaves
Derivative of Old English word. "Grove of the hares." Hargrave (top 3%), Hargreaves (9%) and Hargrove (1%) exist regularly as surnames.

Origin fr. Hindi, Sanskrit languages. "Lion." Haji is a somewhat popular kid's name. See also Harrie.

Harinder, var. Harendar
Based on Sikh. Indian name from Hari blended with .. Harinder and Harendar are not in the Top 2000.

Derivative of Sanskrit language. "Monkey lord." Harish was not among 2015's Top names. See also Hamish.

Harjit, var. Harjeet
Stems fr. Sikh word. "God's victory." Harjit and Harjeet were not Top birth names in 2015.

Harkin, var. Harkan, Harken
Root fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Dark red." Harkin, Harkan and Harken are uncommon as boys' names.

Harlan and variantsHarlan, var. Harland, Harlen, Harlenn, Harlin, Harlyn, Harlynn
Based on Old English. "Grey land; hare land." Harlan (upper 47%) and Harland (97%) are familiar as first names, whereas Harlen, Harlenn, Harlin, Harlyn and Harlynn are unusual.

Harley and variantsHarley, var. Harlea, Harlee, Harleigh, Harli, Harlie, Harly
Origin fr. Old English element. "Hare meadow; rock meadow." Harley is a conventional (top 43%) men's name.

Harlow and variantsHarlow1, var. Harlow2, Harlo, Harloe
Source fr. Old English word. "Army hill." Somewhat popular as birth names, Harlow, Harlo, etc. are similar to the conventional Carlo.

Herman and variantsHarm, Harman, Harmen, Harmon
Forms of Herman. Stems fr. Old German element. "Soldier." Harmon has diminished in popularity as a birth name circa 1880-1889.