[Hinrich, .. 27 more] Var. of Henry 6 Derived fr. Old German language. "Home leader." Hinrich is not often adopted as a boys' name. ..
Hildefuns 8 Derived fr. Old German. "Ready for battle." Hildefuns was not a Top birth name in 2014. ..
Hideo 9 Derivative of Japanese language. "Excellent man." Not in Top 1000.
Hieremias 10 Based on Greek word. Variant of Jeremiah (Hebrew) Jehovah lifts .. Not in Top 1000.
Hilary [Hilaire, Hilar, Hilarid, Hilarie, Hilarion, Hilario, Hilarius, Hillary, Hillery, Hilorio, Hilliary, .. 3 more] 12 Stems fr. Latin word. "Cheerful, happy." Rare. Hilary (cmp. Gary, Zaccary) ends with the favored masculine -ary.
Hildebrand [Hildebrandt, Hillebrand] 13 Derivative of Old German element. "Battle sword." Popular last names. Compare Hildebrand, Hillebrand, and surnames Hebebrand, Helterbrand, which also end with -rand.
Hill 14 From Old English language. Place name referring to an ancestor .. Hill was not a Top birth name in 2014.
Hillel 16 From Hebrew. "Greatly praised." Uncommon. Hillel, like Gamel, Mychael, ends with the familiar masculine-sounding -el. See also Hiller.
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." Rare. Hilton, like Chelton, Ellton, ends with the favored masculine-sounding -lton. See also Milton.
Himesh 19 Stems fr. Hindi word. "Snow king." Unusual. Compare Himesh, and common last names Himes, Hikes, which also begin with Hi-. See also Hines.
Hiroshi 22 Based on Japanese element. "Generous." Hiroshi is uncommon as a birth name. See also Hirsh.
Hitchcock 23 Source fr. Old English element. Film director Alfred Hitchcock. Popular last name, like last names Pidcock, Pincock, which also end with -cock.
[Hirst, .. 2 more] Form of Hurst 24 Root fr. Middle English element. "Thicket of trees." Popular last name. Compare Hirst, and last names Hurst, Burst, with the -rst ending. See also Hirsh.
[Hiatt, .. 1 more] Form of Hyatt 25 Derived fr. Old English element. "Lofty gate." Unusual. Hiatt (cmp. Wyatt, Barratt) ends with the popular masculine-sounding -att. See also Heath.