[Hinrich, .. 27 more] Var. of Henry 6 Root fr. Old German element. "Home leader." Rare as a baby name. See also Heimrich. ..
[Hirsch, Hirschel, Hirschl, Hirsh, .. 9 more] Var. of Hershel 7 Derivative of Yiddish word. "Deer." The versions Hirsch, Hirschel, Hirschl and Hirsh are intermittently used first names. Hirsch (Top 2%) and Hirsh (14%) appear frequently as last names according to the US Census. ..
Hildefuns 8 Root fr. Old German element. "Ready for battle." Hildefuns is unique as a male name. ..
Hideo 9 Derivative of Japanese word. "Excellent man." Hideo is unconventional as a male name.
Hieremias 10 Root fr. Greek element. Variant of Jeremiah (Hebrew) "Jehovah lifts up". Hieremias is unconventional as a male name.
Hieronymos [Hierome, Hieronim, Hieronimos, Hieronymus] 11 Derived fr. Greek element. "Sacred name." The variations Hierome, Hieronim, Hieronimos, Hieronymos and Hieronymus are rarely used as men's names, and Hieronymus appears regularly (Top 58%) as a surname in the US Census. ..
Hilary [Hilaire, Hilar, Hilarid, Hilarie, Hilario, Hilarion, Hilarius, Hillary, Hillery, Hilliary, Hilorio, .. 3 more] 12 Stems fr. Latin word. "Cheerful, happy." The variant form Hilario is commonplace (Top 78%) as a masculine name, while the other names are infrequently used in comparison. Hilaire (Top 22%), Hilario (17%), Hillary (27%) and Hillery (15%) appear regularly as surnames in the US Census.
Hildebrand [Hildebrandt, Hillebrand] 13 Derived fr. Old German element. "Battle sword." The variant forms Hildebrand, Hildebrandt and Hillebrand are intermittently used masculine names. Hildebrand (Top 4%), Hildebrandt (7%) and Hillebrand (23%) appear regularly as surnames in the US Census.
Hill 14 Stems fr. Old English word. Place name referring to an ancestor who lived in or near a hill. Hill is an unconventional men's name, and it occurs regularly (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Gill.