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H- Names for Boys

H baby names and what they mean, with 294 results. The trendier names for newborns among these are Harrison (#115), Hayes (#343), Holden (#216), Hudson (#54) and Huxley (#668), while Haas (TOP 1%) and Hamby (2%) are popular H- surnames. Here is the list of H- names for girls.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of H- names: Haden, Hadi, Hadley, Hagan, Hagen

From Arabic element. "Praiser." Hamad is a somewhat popular boys' name. See also Hammad.

Habakkuk, var. Habbakuk, Habacuc
Derived fr. Hebrew language. "Embrace." Not in Top 2000.

Habib1, var. Habeeb
Derivative of Arabic language. "Loved one." Halbib and Harbib are creative variations.

Haviv, Habib2
Var. of Chaviv. Based on Hebrew language. "Loved one." Common as surnames, and Habib (UPPER 6%) is similar to common last names Heib (UPPER 60%), Labib (45%), which also end with -ib.

Hackett, var. Hackitt, Hackit, Hacket
Root fr. Old French, German words. "Little hewer (of wood)." Outside Top 2000.

Root fr. Old French, German elements. "Hewer, hacker (of wood)." Unique. Hackman, like Haddan, Heman, ends with -an.

Hadar, var. Heder, Hadur, Hadaram
Origin fr. Hebrew word. "Splendor, glory. ornament; citrus fruit." Hadur and variants are not in the Top 2000.

Hadden and variants

Hadden, var. Hadon, Haden, Haddin, Haddan, Haddon
Based on Old English element. "Hill of heather." Usage of Haden as a baby name has faded circa 2003.


From Arabic language. "Leader, guide." Hadi became more popular in 2018, gaining +286 rankings as a boys' name to reach #1512. See also Gadi.

Hadley and variants

Hadley, var. Hadly, Hadleigh, Hadlee, Hadlea
Stems fr. Old English element. "Heather meadow." Hadlea and variants are hardly found as male names, and Hadley is found commonly (TOP 1%) as a last name.

Haydrien, Haydrian, Hadrien1, Hadrian1, Hadriano
Forms of Adrian. Stems fr. Latin. "From Hadria." Not in popularity charts.

Hadrian2, var. Hadrien2
Based on Latin element. "From Hadria." Unusual. Hadrian and Hadrien are not found in the US Census.

Root fr. Hebrew. "Splendor of Jehovah." Uncommon. Hadriel, similar to Harrel, Havel, uses the -el ending. See also Hadrien.

Hadwin, var. Hedwinn, Hedwin, Hadwynne, Hadwinn, Hadwyn
Based on Old English word. "Friend in war." Hadwyn and variants are seldom adopted as baby names.

Hafiz, var. Haphiz, Hapheez, Hafeez
From Arabic language. "Guardian." Not Top 2000 names.

Hagen and variants

Hagen, var. Haggan, Hagan
Source fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Youthful one." Adoption of Hagan and forms was common in 2009 and is less today.

Hagley, var. Hagly, Hagleigh, Haglee, Haglea
Origin fr. Old English language. "Enclosed meadow." Hagle (UPPER 19%), Hagler (4%) are popular last names.

Var. of Chai. From Hebrew. "Living, vital." Not that common as a birth name, Hai is found more frequently as a surname. See also Dai.

Haidar, var. Hyder, Hayder, Haydar, Haider
Source fr. Arabic element. "Lion." Not in Top 2000.

Origin fr. Old English element. "Enclosed with hedges." Haig is not often used as a boys' name.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for H- names for boys.

1. Haamad - Haig
Haamad, Habakkuk [Habbakuk, ..], Habib [Habeeb], Chaviv [Haviv, ..], Hackett [Hackitt, ..], Hackman, Hadar [Heder, ..], Hadden [Hadon, ..], Hadi, Hadley [Hadly, ..], Adrian [Haydrien, ..], Hadrian [Hadrien], Hadriel, Hadwin [Hedwinn, ..], Hafiz [Haphiz, ..], Hagen [Haggan, ..], Hagley [Hagly, ..], Chai [Hai], Haidar [Hyder, ..], Haig

Haim [Hayyim, ..], Chaim [Hymie, ..], Aimon [Heman, ..], Chairo [Hiro, ..], Hakeem [Hakim, ..], Hakon [Hako, ..], Hal, Halbert [Halburt], Halden [Halvdan, ..], Hale [Hayle], Halen [Haylan, ..], Haley [Hayley, ..], Halford [Hallford], Hali, Halim, Hall, Hallam [Hallem], Hallberg [Hallburg, ..], Halldor, Halle

Halley, Halliwell [Helliwell, ..], Hallstein, Hallward [Hawarden, ..], Halsey [Halsy, ..], Halstead [Halsted, ..], Halton [Halton, ..], Halvard [Halvor, ..], Ham, Hamal [Hamahl], Hamar, Hamdani, Hamdi, Hamid [Hammad, ..], Muhammad [Hammad, ..], Hamilcar, Hamill [Hammill, ..], Hamilton [Hamill, ..], Hamish, Jacob [Hamish]

James [Hamish], Hamlet [Hamnett, ..], Hamlin [Hamlyn, ..], Hammer [Hammur, ..], Hammond, Hampden, Hampton [Hampten], Hampus, Hamza, Chanan [Hanan], Hancock [Handcock], Hanford, Hani [Hany], Chaniel [Hanyel, ..], Hanif, Hank, Hanley [Henley, ..], Hannan, John [Heanno, ..], Hannibal

Chanoch [Hanok, ..], Hanoch, Jan [Hans], Hans [Hanzel, ..], Hansel [Hanzel], Hanson [Hansson, ..], Anson [Hanson], Hansraj, Harbin [Harben], Harcourt, Harden [Hardon, ..], Harding [Hardinge], Hardwick [Harwyck], Hardwin [Hardwynn, ..], Hardy [Hardey], Harel [Harrell, ..], Harford [Harrfurd, ..], Hargrove [Hargreaves, ..], Hari, Harinder [Harendar]

Harish, Harjit [Harjeet], Harkin [Harken, ..], Harlan [Harlynn, ..], Harley [Harly, ..], Harlow [Harloe, ..], Harman [Harmonn, ..], Harmony [Harmonio], Harold [Herryck, ..], Aaron [Haroun], Harpal, Harper [Harpur], Harpreet, Harrell, Harrington, Harris, Harrison [Harrisson, ..], Harry [Heimrich, ..], Harshad, Hart [Harte]

Hartford, Hartley [Harthy, ..], Hartman [Hartmann], Hartwell [Harwill, ..], Hartwig, Harun [Haroun, ..], Harvard, Harvey [Hervey, ..], Harwood [Harewood], Hasani [Hasan], Hasdrubal, Hashim [Hisham, ..], Haskel [Haskell], Ezekiel [Haskel], Haslett [Hazlitt, ..], Hassan [Hassain, ..], Hastings [Hasty, ..], Paul [Havel], Havelock, Haven [Hogan, ..]

Averill [Haverill, ..], Javier [Haviero, ..], Haward [Hawarden], Hawes [Haws], Hawk [Hawke], Hawkin, Hawkins [Hawkyns], Hawley [Hawly, ..], Hawthorne [Hawthorn], Hayden [Haydon, ..], Hayes [Hays], Hayward, Haywood [Heywood], Hazaiah, Hazard [Hazzard], Hazen [Hazin], Hazleton, Hazlewood, Ahearn [Hern, ..], Heath

Heathcliff, Eibhear [Heber], Heber [Hebor], Hector [Heitor, ..], Heddwyn [Hedwynn, ..], Gideon [Hedeon], Hedeon, Hedley [Hedly, ..], Heilyn, Heimdall [Heimann, ..], Heimrich, Heinrich [Heinie, ..], Heinz [Heini, ..], Heladio [Helado], Helge [Helji, ..], Eli [Heli], Alaire [Hilary, ..], Eleodoro [Heliodoros, ..], Heller, Helmut [Hellmuth, ..]

Hem, Henderson [Henryson, ..], Hendrick [Hendrik], Henley [Henlie, ..], Henry [Hinrich, ..], Herbert [Heriberto, ..], Hercules [Herculie, ..], Hereward, Heribert, Herman [Hermon, ..], Hermes [Hermus, ..], Ferdinand [Hernando, ..], Hernando [Hernandez, ..], Herndon, Herne [Hern, ..], Hernley [Hernly, ..], Geronimo [Hieronymus, ..], Cherut [Herut, ..], Herrick [Herryck, ..], Hershel [Hirsh, ..]

Hesed, Hesperos [Hesperus, ..], Heulog, Hevel, Hewett [Hewlitt, ..], Hewie, Hewney, Hewson, Heywood, Hezekiah [Hezeki], Hideo, Hieremias, Jerome [Hieronymus, ..], Hieronymos [Hieronymus, ..], Hilal, Hilary [Hilorio, ..], Hildebrand [Hillebrand, ..], Hildefuns, Hill, Hillard [Hillyer, ..]

Hillel, Hilliard [Hillyerd, ..], Hilton [Hylton], Himesh, Hippolytus [Hyppolytos, ..], Hiram [Hyrum, ..], Hiroshi, Hitchcock, Hjalmar [Hjalmer, ..], Hobart [Hoebart, ..], Hobbes [Hobbs, ..], Hobson [Hobbson], Hockley [Hockly, ..], Hockney [Hockny], Roger [Hodge], Hodgson [Hodges, ..], Hoffman [Hoffmann, ..], Hogan, Holbrook [Holbrooke], Holcomb [Holcoomb, ..]

Holden, Holiday [Holliday], Hollis [Hollister, ..], Holman, Holmes, Holt, Homer [Homerus, ..], Honesto, Choni [Honi], Honore [Honoratus, ..], Hooker, Hooper, Hopkin [Hoppner, ..], Horace [Horry, ..], Horatio, Horatius, Horsley [Horsly, ..], Horst [Hurst], Horton [Horten], Hosea [Hosheia, ..]

Houghton [Hough], Houston [Hutchinson, ..], Hovannes, Howard [Howie], Howe [How], Howell [Howells, ..], Howland [Howlen, ..], Hoyt [Hoyce], Hubbard, Hubert [Hugh, ..], Hudson, Hugh [Huw, ..], Hugo, Hulbert [Hulburt, ..], Humbert [Humberto], Hume [Hulme], Humphrey [Hunfredo, ..], Hunt, Hunter [Hunt], Huntington [Hunt, ..]

Huntley [Huntly, ..], Huon, Hurlbert [Hurlbutt, ..], Hurley [Hurly, ..], Hurst [Horst, ..], Husni [Hosni], Hussein [Hussain, ..], Hutton [Hutten], Huxford, Huxley [Huxly, ..], Hyacinth [Hyakinthos, ..], Hyatt [Hiatt, ..], Hyman [Hymie, ..], Hywel [Hywyn, ..]

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