Brunhilda - Mehitabel
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[Hittie, .. 18 more] Var. of Esther 2 Derivative of Persian. "Myrtle, bride; star." Rare as a children's name, Hittie is found more commonly as a surname. See also Hettie. ..
[Hilly, .. 4 more] Var. of Halleli 3 Root fr. Hebrew. "Greatly praised." Rare. Hilly, like Lilly, Sessilly, ends with the favored feminine -lly. See also Halle. ..
Hibernia 4 From Latin language. Place name for Ireland. Hibernia is an uncommonly used female name.
Hibiscus 5 Derivative of Latin element. Flower name for the plant also .. Not in Top 1000.
Hilary▼ [Hilaire, Hilaria, Hilarie, Hilary▼, Hillery, Hillary, Hilliary] 6 From Latin language. "Cheerful, happy." Hilarie and variants soared in popularity in 1992 and have become less widespread, with Hilary and Hillary becoming less stylish. ..
Hilma▼ 11 Source fr. Old German element. "Determined protector." Less popular today. Hilma was last found in 1910-1919 in the Top 1000. See also Vilma. ..
Hinda 12 Root fr. Hebrew language. "Doe, female deer." Rare. Compare Hinda with popular -nda surnames Honda (upper 9%), Pinda (96%). See also Cinda.
[Himalda, .. 3 more] Var. of Imelda 14 From Old German, Italian languages. "Universal battle." Uncommon. Himalda, like Arnalda, Mafalda, ends with the popular feminine -alda.
[Hitty, .. 5 more] Form of Mehitabel 15 Root fr. Hebrew language. "God rejoices." Hitty is seldom adopted as a girls' name. See also Hatty.
Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for Hi- names for girls.
[Brunhilda - Mehitabel]
Brunhilda [Hildy, ..], Esther [Hittie], Halleli [Hilly], Hibernia, Hibiscus, Hilary [Hilliary, ..], Hilda [Hildy, ..], Hildegarde [Hille, ..], Hildemar [Hildemarr], Hildreth [Hildred], Hilma, Hinda, Hippolyta [Hippolita], Imelda [Himalda], Mehitabel [Hitty]