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"HI" baby names beginning or starting with Hi- are used more often as masculine names.

These boy names were at the height of their popularity during the years 1900-1909 (usage of 0.02%) and are now less popular, with names like Hiram, Hipolito, Hilton and Hilliard becoming less trendy. Hiers (top 7%) and Hix (4%) are common Hi- last names.

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Top 1000 baby names ranking of Hi- names: Hilario, Hillard, Hilliard, Hilton, Hipolito

[Hilarie, Hilary, .. 4 more] Forms of Alaire 1 From Latin element. "Cheerful." Outside Top 1000. ..

[Hiro, .. 2 more] Var. of Chairo 2 From Spanish, Greek words. "Sacred name." Horo and Houro are kreatif forms. ..

[Hieronimo, Hieronymus, .. 4 more] Var. of Geronimo 3 Based on Italian, Greek. "Sacred name." Not in Top 1000. ..

[Hisham, .. 3 more] Var. of Hashim 4 Derivative of Arabic. "He breaks." Rare. Hisham (cf. Ham) uses the -am suffix. ..

[Hinrich, .. 35 more] Var. of Henry 5 Derived fr. Old German language. "Home leader." Hinrich (top 86%), like Hinsch (top 27%), is a common Hin- prefix last name. ..

[Hirsch, Hirschel, Hirschl, Hirsh, .. 11 more] Var. of Hershel 6 Root fr. Yiddish element. "Deer." Hirsh and variants are hardly found as masculine names. ..

Hildefuns 7 Derived fr. Old German. "Ready for battle." Hildefuns was not a Top birth name in 2014. ..

Hideo 8 Derivative of Japanese language. "Excellent man." Not Top 1000 name.

Hieremias 9 Based on Greek, Hebrew words. "Jehovah lifts up." Not in popularity charts. ..

Hieronymos [Hierome, Hieronim, Hieronimos, Hieronymus] 10 Source fr. Greek element. "Sacred name." Hieronymos and variants are rare as children's names. ..

Hilal 11 Based on Arabic word. "Crescent, new moon." Hilal is unique as a boys' name. Cross-gender use.

Hilary [Hilaire, Hilar, Hilaria, Hilarid, Hilario, Hilarie, Hilarion, Hilarius, Hill, Hillery, Hillary, Hilliary, Hillie, Hilly, Hilorio, .. 8 more] 12 Stems fr. Latin word. "Cheerful, happy." Hilario is commonplace as a birth name among the variant forms of Hilary. ..

Hildebrand [hildy, Hildebrandt, Hillebrand] 13 Derivative of Old German element. "Battle sword." Rare. Hildebrand, Hillebrand, like Harland, have the androgynous -nd ending. ..

Hill 14 From Old English language. Place name referring to an ancestor .. Rare as a birth name, but Hill is similar to the more popular Hal. Unisex name.

Hillard [Hilliard, Hillier, Hillyer] 15 Based on Old German language. "Hard warrior." Less common today. Hillard was the form last found (the 1920s) in the Top 1000.

Hillel 16 From Hebrew. "Praise." Uncommon, with the androgynous-sounding -el ending, like Hirschel. See also Hilal.

Hilliard [Hiller, Hillierd, Hillyard, Hillyer, Hillyerd] 17 Source fr. Old German, Old English. "Battle guard; yard on a hill." Hiller, Hillierd, Hillyard, Hillyer and Hillyerd are more rarefied as boys' names among the variations of Hilliard.

Hilton 18 Root fr. Old English language. "Hill settlement." Adoption of Hilton was widespread among parents during 1930-1939 and is now lower. See also Milton. ..

Himesh 19 Stems fr. Hindi word. "Snow king." Outside Top 1000.

Hippolytus [Hipolito, Hippolit, Hippolitos, Hippolyte, .. 2 more] 20 Origin fr. Greek word. "Freer of horses." Hippolit, Hippolitos, Hippolyte and Hippolytus are more rarefied as baby names. ..

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Summary of names (grouped by variations) for Hi- names for boys.

Alaire - Hippolytus
Alaire [Hilary, Hilarie], Chairo [Hiro], Geronimo [Hieronimo, Hieronymus], Hashim [Hisham], Henry [Hinrich], Hershel [Hirsh, Hirsch, Hirschl, Hirschel], Hildefuns, Hideo, Hieremias, Hieronymos [Hierome, Hieronim, Hieronimos, Hieronymus], Hilal, Hilary [Hill, Hilly, Hillie, Hillary, Hilorio, Hillery, Hilarius, Hilliary, ..], Hildebrand [hildy, Hillebrand, Hildebrandt], Hill, Hillard [Hillyer, Hillier, Hilliard], Hillel, Hilliard [Hiller, Hillyer, Hillierd, Hillyard, Hillyerd], Hilton, Himesh, Hippolytus [Hipolito, Hippolit, Hippolyte, Hippolitos]

Hiram - Jerome
Hiram [Hi, Hirom], Hiroshi, Hitchcock, Hurst [Hirst], Hyatt [Hiatt], Jerome [Hierome, Hieronim, Hieronimo, Hieronimos, Hieronymos, Hieronimus, Hieronymus]