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Names Beginning with Hu- for Boys

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"HU" baby names beginning or starting with Hu- are used more often as masculine names.

Adoption of these boy names was at its highest during 1890-1899 (usage of 0.0495%) and has remained as widespread to this day (usage 0.0402%, 18.8%), but with names such as Humberto, Hubert, Huey and Hugh becoming less in vogue. Hudson (#80), Hunter (#40) and Hugo (#438) are three of the more fashionable names for newborns here, with Hudson, Hugo and Hunter having a rebound in popularity. Huth (top 5%) and Hutto (3%) are common Hu- last names.

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Page 1/2 of 23 Hu- grouped names.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Hu- names: Hubert, Hudson, Huey, Hugh, Hughie

[Hurst] Form of Horst 1 Derived fr. Old German. "Thicket." Not in Top 1000. See also Hirst.

[Huston, Hutcheson, Hutchinson, .. 1 more] Forms of Houston 2 Derivative of Irish, Gaelic, Old English elements. "Hugh's town; settlement on the hill." Hacheson, Haicheson and Hutchesonny are kreatif variations.

Hubbard 3 Variant of Hubert. Not Top 1000 name. See also Hulbard.

Hubert [Hubbard, Hube, Huberto, Hubie, Humberto, .. 5 more] 4 From Old German element. "Bright or shining intellect." Rare. Hubert (cf. Humbert) uses the unconventional masculine -ert suffix.

Hudson 5 Root fr. Old English element. "Son of Hugh." Prevalent. Hudson, like Hewson, ends with the favored androgynous -son. See also Hodgson.

Hugh [Huey, Hughes, Hughie, Hugo, Huw, Hugues, .. 3 more] 6 Stems fr. Old German word. "Soul, mind, intellect." Ranked in Top 1000. ..

Hugo 7 Source fr. Latin language. .. See also Keegan. Listed in Top 1000. See also Hako.

Hulbert [Hulbard, Hulburd, Hulburt, .. 1 more] 8 Derived fr. Old German. "Bright grace." Rare. Hulbert (cf. Harbert) uses the -ert suffix.

Humbert [Humberto, .. 1 more] 9 Origin fr. Old German word. "Famous giant; renowned warrior." Unusual, with the -rt suffix for Humbert like Hulbert. ..

Hume [Hulme] 10 Based on Scottish, Middle English languages. "Holly; islands in the river." Not in popularity charts. ..

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Hu- names: Hugo, Humberto, Humphrey, Hunter, Hurley, Huston

Humphrey [Humfrey, Humfrid, Humfried, Humfry, Humphery, Humph, Humphry, Hunfredo, .. 4 more] 11 Origin fr. Old German language. "Peaceful warrior." Uncommon, with the -ey ending for Humphrey, Humfrey like Hernley.

Hunt 12 Origin fr. Old English element. "Hunt." Not in Top 1000. ..

Hunter [Hunt] 13 Root fr. Old English language. "Hunter, pursuer." Common, with the androgynous-sounding -er suffix for Hunter like Homer.

Huntington [Huntingdon, Hunt] 14 Origin fr. Old English language. "Hunter's settlement." Unique. Huntington, like Hutton, ends with -ton.

Huntley [Huntlea, Huntlee, Huntleigh, Huntly] 15 Stems fr. Old English language. "Meadow of the hunter." Unusual. Huntley, like Hadley, has the favored androgynous -ley ending.

Huon 16 From Hebrew. "God is gracious." Not in Top 1000. See also Honi. ..

Hurlbert [Hulbert, Hurlburt, Hurlbutt] 17 Origin fr. Old English word. "Shining army." Uncommon. Hurlbert, Hulbert, Hurlburt, like Hobart, ends with the masculine-sounding -rt.

Hurley [Hurlee, Hurleigh, Hurly] 18 Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Sea tide." Unique, with the androgynous -ley suffix for Hurley like Hernley.

Hurst 19 Origin fr. Middle English. "Thicket of trees." Outside Top 1000.

Hussein [Husain, Husayn, Husein, Hussain] 20 Root fr. Arabic word. "Good; small handsome one." Rare, with the favored androgynous-sounding -in ending for Hussein, Husain, etc. like Hassain.

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

Horst - Hussein
Horst [Hurst], Houston [Huston, Hutcheson, Hutchinson], Hubbard, Hubert [Hube, Hubie, Hubbard, Huberto, Humberto], Hudson, Hugh [Huw, Huey, Hugo, Hugues, Hughes, Hughie], Hugo, Hulbert [Hulbard, Hulburd, Hulburt], Humbert [Humberto], Hume [Hulme], Humphrey [Humph, Humfry, Humfrey, Humfrid, Humphry, Hunfredo, Humphery, Humfried], Hunt, Hunter [Hunt], Huntington [Hunt, Huntingdon], Huntley [Huntly, Huntlee, Huntlea, Huntleigh], Huon, Hurlbert [Hulbert, Hurlburt, Hurlbutt], Hurley [Hurly, Hurlee, Hurleigh], Hurst, Hussein [Husain, Husayn, Husein, Hussain]

Hutton - Huxley
Hutton [Hutten], Huxford, Huxley [Huxly, Huxlee, Huxlea, Huxleigh]