Horst - Hudson
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[Hurst] Form of Horst 1 Derived fr. Old German. "Thicket." Hurst is rare as a masculine name, registering commonly (Upper 1%) as a last name. 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." Huston, Hutcheson and Hutchinson are rarely found as male names.
Hubbard 3 Variant of Hubert. Uncommon. Hubbard, like Milward, Kenward, ends with the familiar masculine -ard. See also Hobard.
Hubert▼ [Hubbard, Hube, Huberto, Hubie, Humberto▼, .. 5 more] 4 From Old German element. "Bright or shining intellect." Somewhat common as birth names, Hubert, Huberto, etc. are pronounced like the common Hobert.
Hudson 5 Root fr. Old English element. "Son of Hugh." Usage of Hudson as a baby name in 2014 was up 37.1% compared to the previous decade. See also Hodgson.
Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for Hu- names for boys.
[Horst - Hudson]
Horst [Hurst], Houston [Huston, Hutcheson, Hutchinson], Hubbard, Hubert [Hube, Hubie, Hubbard, Huberto, Humberto], Hudson
[Hugh - Huxley]
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 [Hutten], Huxford, Huxley [Huxly, Huxlee, Huxlea, Huxleigh]