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Haar
Habi
Habibi (Arabic) [f]
 "sweetheart, honey"
Habor [m]
Hacha (Spanish) [m]
 "horn, axe"
Hachi (Japanese) [f]
 "luck"
Hachi-Ko
Hacke
Hacksaw
Hacky
Hada
Hadaf
Hadda
Haddi
Hades (Greek) [m]
 god of the underworld
Hadi
Hadia
Hadila
Hadj
Hadja
Hado
Hadox [mf]
Hadria
Hadsch
Hadu
Hadwig
Hady
Haegar
Haesel
Hafida (Moroccan) [m]
 "protector"
Haga
Hagan
Hagar (Arabic) [f]
 "to forsake" from hajara
Hagen
Haggis (Scottish) [mf]
 traditional scottish food
Haggith [m]
Hago
Hagrid [m]
 "big"
Hai
Haico
Haides
Haidi
Haiduc (Romanian) [mf]
Haidy
Haifa
Haig
Haiga
Haige
Haik
Haika
Haike
Haila
Hailey [f]
 form of Hayley
Hain
HairBall
Haites
Haiti
Haja
Hajax
Hajinowka (Russian)
HajjiHolly
Hajo
Hakas [f]
Hako
Hakon
Hakoris
Hakuna
Hal
Halcyon
Halda [f]
Haleigh [f]
 form of Hayley
Halen
Haley [f]
 form of Hayley
Half
Halfa
Halfi (Greek) [mf]
Hali
Halinka
Halk
Halka
Halla
Halley
Halli
Hallo
Hally
Halm
Halma
Haltie
Halvar [m]
Ham
Hamanda
Hambone
Hamid [m]
 form of Muhammad
Hamil
Hamilton (Old English) [m]
 "flat hill" from a surname which derived from a place name
Hamish (Scottish) [m]
 form of James
Hamlet
Hammer
Hammond (Old English, Old Norse) [m]
 "home protection" or "high protection"
Hammy
Hamon (French) [m]
 form of Hammond
Hamster
Hana [f]
 form of Hani
Hanaa [f]
 form of Hana
Hanako (Japanese) [f]
 "flowergirl"
Hancho
Hancock
Handi
Handro
Handsome
Handy
Hang
Hanga
Hani (Arabic) [m]
 "happy" from hani'a
Haniyya [f]
 form of Hani
Hanja
Hanjo
Hank (English) [m]
 short form of Hankin, a medieval pet form of John; also vorm of Henry
Hanka (Polish) [f]
Hanke
Hanko
Hanna [f]
 form of Hanna
Hannah (Hebrew) [f]
 "favour" or "grace"; mother of Samuel the prophet
Hanne
Hanneke
Hannelore
Hannes [m]
 short form of Johannes
Hanni
Hannibal (Phoenician) [m]
 "grace of Baal"; Baal was a Phoenician deity
Hannie
Hanno
Hanny
Hans (Danish, Dutch, German) [m]
 form of John
Hansa
Hansel
Hansi
Hansie
Hanta
Hanter
Hanther
Hantje
Hanto
Hanzila (African) [f]
 "road, path"
Hap
Hape
Haplo [m]
Happi
Happie
Happy
Hara
Harald (Scandinavian, German) [m]
 form of Harold
Haraldo
Haras (German) [m]
 dog in the movie The longest day
Harbin
Harco
Hard
Harda
Harde
Hardo
Hardolf
Hardt
Hardy
Harfe
Hargos
Hari (Slocak)
Haribo
Harina
Harino (Slovak)
Harko
Harkos
Harlan (Teutonic) [m]
 "army land"
Harleigh
Harlekin
Harlequin
Harley (Old English) [mf]
 "hare clearing" from hara and leah
Harlo
Harlow
Harly
Harm
Harma (Dutch) [f]
Harmke
Harmoney (English)
Harmonie
Harmony
Haro
Harold (Old English) [m]
 "leader of the army" from haer and weald
Harpa
Harper
Harpo
Harra
Harrald
Harras
Harrie
Harriet [f]
 form of Harry
Harris (English) [m]
Harrison (Old English) [m]
 "descendent of Harry"; from a surname
Harro
Harros
Harry [m]
 form of Henry
Hart
Harta
Hartmut (Teutonic) [m]
 "hardy mind" from hart and muot
Harto
Hartos
Hartuá
Hartus
Hartwig (Teutonic) [m]
 "hardy battle"
Haru (Japanese) [f]
 "spring"
Harus
Harvest
Harvex
Harvey (Celtic) [m]
 "battle worthy" from haer and viu
Harvie [f]
 form of Harvey
Hasala
Hasan (Arabic) [m]
 "good" from hasuna (to be good)
Haschiko
Hasco
Hasdog
Hasek
Hasel (English) [f]
 form of Hazel
Hasi
Haska
Haskan
Haske
Haskel (Hebrew) [m]
 form of Ezekiel
Haskell
Hasko
Haslan
Hasra
Hassan [m]
 form of Hasan
Hasse (Dutch) [f]
Hasselbeck
Hassi
Hassia
Hassie
Hasso
Hasta
Hastara
Haste
Hastra
Hastrid
Hasty (English) [mf]
Haswin
Hatiquar
Hatja
Hatsch
Hatschepsut
Hatsjoe (Dutch)
 sneeze
Hatsumomo (Japanese) [f]
Hatta
Hatti [f]
 form of Harriet
Hattie [f]
 form of Harriet
Hatto
Hattrick
Hattrik
Hauke
Haukea (Hawaiian) [f]
 "white snow" from hau "snow" and kea "white"
Hautesse
Hava (Hebrew) [f]
 form of Eve
Havana
Havane
Havas (Hungarian) [m]
 "covered with snow"
Have Mercy (English) [mf]
Havel
Haven
Havoc
Hawa
Hawanna
Hawk (English) [m]
Hawken
Hawkeye (English) [m]
Haxton
Hay Lin [f]
Hayca
Hayco
Hayden (Teutonic) [m]
 "heathen"
Haydi [f]
 heidi'
Hayk (Arabic) [m]
 "velvet"
Hayka
Hayla
Haylay
Haylaz (Turkish) [m]
 "naughty one"
Haylee [f]
 form of Hayley
Hayleigh [f]
 form of Hayley
Hayley (Old English) [f]
 "hay clearing" from heg and leah
Hayo
Hayos
Hazael (Hebrew) [m]
 "one that sees God"
Hazara
Hazel (English) [f]
 name of tree or lightbrown colour
Hazer
Hazes (Dutch) [m]
 Dutch singer Andre Hazes
Hazine (Turkish) [f]
 "treasure"
Hazy [f]
Healy
Heart (English) [mf]
Heartbreaker (English) [mf]
Hearts (English) [mf]
Heath (Old English) [m]
 "heath"; from surname "one who lived on a heath"
Heathcliff
Heather (Middle English) [f]
 from hather
HeatherHoney (English) [f]
Heaven (English) [f]
Heavy (English) [m]
Hebbes (Dutch) [mf]
Hebbus (Dutch) [mf]
 "gotcha"
Heber (Hebrew) [m]
 "enclave" or form of Eibhear
Hebi
Hebo
Heck
Hecktor [m]
 form of Hector
Hector (Greek) [m]
 "stay" or "restrain" from ekhein
Hecubus
Heda
Hedda (Scandinavian) [f]
 form of Hedwig
Heddy
Hedel
Hedera [f]
Hedge
Hedgehog (English) [m]
Hedi
Hedin (Swedish) [m]
 the one who discovered the place in Mongolia of which the Samojed come from
Hedley (English) [m]
Hedo
Hedwig (Teutonic) [f]
 "contention war"
Hedy
Heeler
Heera
Heerco
Heeza
Hefa
Hefta
Hefty
Hege
Heicke
Heida
Heide
Heider
Heidi [f]
 short form of Adelheid
Heidie [f]
 form of Heidi
Heidrun (Teutonic) [f]
 possibly "person secret"
Heiduck
Heidy
Heifi
Heige
Heika
Heikana
Heike (Dutch) [f]
 form of Henrike
Heiko (Dutch) [m]
 form of Henrik
Heily
Heimchen
Heimo
Hein [m]
 short form of Heinrich
Heineke
Heiner [m]
 short form of Heinrich
Heini
Heinika
Heino [m]
 short form of Heinrich
Heinrich (German) [m]
 form of Henry
Heintje [m]
 short form of Heinrich
Heinz (German) [m]
 short form of Heinrich
Heiress
Heisi
Heit (Dutch)
 "father"
Hejoh
Hekay
Hekkie (Dutch) [m]
 hector'
Hekla
Hekrot
Hektor
Hektra
Hela [m]
Helba
Helche
Held
Helder (Dutch) [m]
 "clear", from the place name Den Helder; common in Portugal and Nigeria
Heldritt
Heleen [f]
 form of Helen
Helen [f]
 form of Helena
Helena (Greek) [f]
 "sun" from helios; daughter of Zeus and Leda; her kidnapping by Paris caused the Trojan War
Helenus
Helfi [f]
Helga [f]
 form of Helge
Helge (Old Norse) [m]
 "prosperous", "happy", "holy" from heill
Helgo
Heli
Helia
Helinda
Heline
Heliodora (Greek) [f]
 heliodoro'
Heliodoro (Greek) [m]
 "gift of the sun"
Helios (Greek) [m]
 "sun"
Helka
Helke
Helki
Helko
Hella
Helle
Hellen [f]
 form of Helena
Heller
Helli
Hello
Hellos
Hellraise
Helly
Helma
Helmi
Helmo
Helmold
Helmsley
Helmswind
Helmut (Teutonic) [m]
 "helmet spriti" from helm and muot
Helot
Helvi
Helvus
Hely
Heman (English) [m]
Hemi [mf]
Hemingway
Hemp
Henckel
Henderson (Middle English) [m]
 "sun of Henry"
Hendrick
Hendrik
Hendrix
Henery
Henin (French) [f]
 tennis player
Henjie
Henk (Dutch) [m]
Henka
Henkie (Dutch) [mf]
Henna
Hennessy
Hennesy
Henni
Hennie
Henning [m]
 from surname from vorm of Henrik
Henno
Henny
Henri
Henriet
Henrietta
Henrik (Scandinavian, German) [m]
 form of Henry
Henrike (Scandinavian, German) [f]
 form of Henry
Henroeck
Henry (Teutonic) [m]
 "home ruler"
Heny
Henzo
Henzy [mf]
Hephzibah (Hebrew) [f]
 "my delight is in her"
Heppie (Dutch) [mf]
Hera (Greek) [f]
 Goddess
Heracles (Greek) [m]
 "glory of Hera"; Greek and Roman hero, sun of Zeus and Alcmene
Heraeus
Herani
Herault (French) [m]
 regiion in France
Herba
Herbert (Teutonic) [m]
 "army bright"
Herbi
Herbie
Herbu
Herby
Herc [m]
Hercka [f]
Herco
Hercomer
Hercul
Hercules (Latin) [m]
 form of Heracles
Herda
Here
HereICome
Herenius
Herennius
Heri (Swahili) [mf]
 "happy"
Heria
Herka
Herke
Herko
Herkos
Herkules
Herlinde
Herma
Herman (Teutonic) [m]
 "army man"
Hermanito (Spanish) [m]
 little brother
Hermano (Spanish) [m]
 "brother"
Hermes (Greek) [m]
 meaning unknown; messanger of Zeus
Hermie
Hermina
Hermine (German) [f]
 form of Herman
Hermione (Greek) [f]
 "of Hermes"; daughter of Menelaus and Helen
Hermit
Herna
Hernie [mf]
Hero (English) [m]
Herodes
Herold
Heroldo
Herolf
Heron (English) [m]
Heros [m]
Herpha
Herra
Herras
Herro
Herros
Herry
Hershal
Hershey
Hersi
Hert
Herta
Hertaa
Hertha
Hertho
Hertika
Hertrada
Hertta
Hertwiga
Herulf
Herve (French) [m]
 form of Harvey
Herwin
Hery
Herzog
Hesca
Hesel
Heska
Heske
Hesley (Irish) [f]
Hespa
Hesper [f]
Hess
Hessa
Hessel
Hessi
Hessie
Hessy
Hesta
Hestara
Hester
Hestia (Greek) [f]
 protector/godness of family
Hestor
Hestora
Heta
Hetta
Hettel
Hetty
Hevea
Hex
Hexa
Hexacol
Hexe
Hexerl
Hexi
Hexie
Heyda
Heydi
Heyke
Heyko
Heyu
Hezakiah
Hezel
Hiasl
Hiatt
Hiawatha (Native American) [m]
 "he makes rivers" from haio-hwa'tha (Iroquoian); name of Mohawk leader
Hiba (Arabic)
 "luck
Hicki
Hickory
Hidalgo (Spanish) [m]
Hidaya (Arabic) [f]
Hidda
Hidde
Hiddink (Dutch) [m]
 soccer trainer
Hideaki (Japanese) [m]
 "wise"
Hiedi
Hielco (Dutch) [m]
Hielke
Hieronymos
Hieronymus (Latin) [m]
 form of Jerom
Hierro (Spanish) [m]
 "iron", "steel"
Hiesjam [m]
Higgens
Higgi
Higgins
Hijita [mf]
 (pronounced as Eecheetah; the ch as in Loch)
Hikari (Japanese) [f]
Hiker
Hilaika
Hilaire (French) [f]
 form of Hilary
Hilarius
Hilary (Latin) [mf]
 "cheerful" from hilaris or "protector" (Teutonic)
Hilbert (Teutonic) [m]
 "battle bright"
Hilco (Dutch) [m]
Hilda (Teutonic) [f]
 short form of names containing hild "battle"
Hilde (Hebrew) [f]
 "warrior with weapon"
Hildegard (Teutonic) [f]
 "battle guard" from hild and gard
Hildegarde (French) [f]
 form of Hildegard
Hildegund (Teutonic) [f]
 "battle war" from hild and gund
Hildi
Hildrut
Hildur
Hilfi
Hilfiger [m]
Hilga
Hilger
Hilka
Hilke
Hill
Hilla
Hillary [mf]
 form of Hilary
Hilldy
Hille
Hillery
Hillga
Hillo
Hilly
Hilma
Hilmar
Hiltie
Hiltom
Hiltrud
Hilva
Himalaya
Himla (Swedish) [f]
Himoroki
Hinde
Hindel
Hindi
Hindra [f]
Hinka
Hinnerk
Hino (Native American) [m]
 "friendly god of thunder"
Hinrich [m]
 form of Heinrich
Hiong
Hip-Hop
Hippi
Hippie (Dutch) [f]
Hippo
Hippodrome
Hippu
Hippy
Hira
Hiram (Phoenician, Hebrew) [m]
 unknown, or "brother of the exalted" from ahiram
Hirette
Hiris
Hirk
Hirka
Hiro
Hiroshi (Japanese) [m]
 "generous"
Hiroshima
Hirse
Hirta
Hirtus
Hisa
Hisca
Hisel
Hisja
Hiska [f]
Hiske
Hiskia [f]
Hisley
Hissar
Hisso
Hissyfit
Hista [mf]
Histion
Historia
Hit
Hitam (Indian)
 "black"
Hitchcock
Hitche [f]
Hitech
Hito
Hitschkock
Hixi
Hjalmar
Hjordis (Norwegian) [f]
Hlende
Hloya
Hnunga
Hoa (Vietnamese) [f]
 "flower", "peace"
Hoagie
Hoagy (Celtic) [m]
 "brave warrior"
Hobbes
Hobbie
Hobbit
Hobbs
Hobby
Hobie
Hobo
Hoby
Hocus-Pocus
Hodna
Hoegie
Hoemp
Hoera
Hoerby
Hog
Hogan
Hogie
Hoja
Hoksila (Native American) [m]
 "boy"
Hoku
Hola
Holby
Holda
Holde
Holden (Old English) [m]
 "deep valley"
Holdi
Holeck
Holger (Teutonic) [m]
 "island spear"
Holk
Holla
Hollana
Holle
Holleb (Polish) [m]
 "creative"
Holli
Holliday
Hollidey
Hollie
Hollio
Holly (English) [f]
Hollywood
Holm
Holmes (English) [m]
 Sherlock Holmes
Holstein
Holway
Holy
Hombre
Homeboy
Homer (Greek) [m]
 "pledge"
Homere
Homey
Hommer [m]
Homy
Honcho
Honda
Hondi
Hondo
Hondos
Honest
Honey
Honey Bear
Honeybee
Honeysuckle
Hong (Vietnamese) [mf]
 "rose"
Honko
Honky-Tonk
Honny
Honorius
Hony
Hoobie [m]
Hooch (English) [m]
 "firewater"
Hood
Hoodlum
Hoofman
Hook
Hooligan
Hoop
Hooper
Hoosier
Hootch (English) [m]
Hooter
Hoover
Hope (English) [f]
Hopje (Dutch) [f]
 candy
Hopla
Hoppa
Hoppe (Dutch) [f]
Hopper (Dutch)
 "jumper"
Hora
Horace (Latin) [m]
 "good eyesight" from horatius
Horand
Horatia [f]
 form of Horace
Horatio (Latin) [m]
 form of Horace
Horita
Horka
Hormazd [m]
 form of Hormazed
Hormazed (Persian) [m]
 "lord of wisdom"
Horna
Horror
Horshack
Horst (German) [m]
 "wood"
Hort
Hortense
Hortensia
Horus (Egyptian) [m]
 Name of sun God
Hoscy [m]
Hoshi
Hoshiko (Japanese) [f]
Hoskin
Hosley [f]
Hoss
Hossie
Hostess
Hosty
Hot
Hot Dog
Hot Lips
Hot Rod (English)
 A powerful car with sporty appearance
Hotah
Hotaka (Japanese) [m]
 from the name of the mountain
HotDog
Hotshot
Hotte (German) [m]
Houdini
Houston
Hover
Hovis
Howard (Teutonic) [m]
 unknown, but various theories mention "heart brave", "high warden" or "ewe herder"
Howdy
Howie
Howler
Howy
Hoy
Hoya
Hoyden (English) [f]
 "wild girl"
Hoyt (Teutonic) [m]
 "shining mind"
Hristo
Hrolf
Hua
Hubba
Hubbeke
Hubble
Hubbub
Hubcap
Hubert (Teutonic) [m]
 "heart bright" or "mind bright"
Huby (English) [m]
Huck
Hudson
Hue
Huendin
Huerde
Huey
Hugger
HuggyBar
Hugh (Teutonic) [m]
 "heart", "mind", "spirit" from hug; also from Gaelic names like Aodh, Uisdean or Eoghan
Hugin
Hugo [m]
 form of Hugh
Huib
Huibren [m]
Huk-tti (Japanese) [f]
 "black belt"
Hula
Hulda (Scandinavian) [f]
 "sweet"
Huli
Hulk
Humbert (Teutonic) [m]
 "warrior famous"
Humdinger
Humdrum
Humla (Swedish) [f]
 Bumblebee
Hummel
Hummer (English) [mf]
 brand of car
Humo
Humphrey (Old English) [m]
 "house peace"
Humpie (Dutch) [mf]
 "little one"
Humpy
Huna [f]
Hundert
Hundra
Hung (Vietnamese) [m]
 "brave", "heroic"
Hunk (English) [m]
Hunter (English) [m]
Huntley
Huntly (English) [m]
Huntress
Huntz
Huppel (Dutch)
 "hop"
Huppert
Huppy
Huran
Hurane
Hurby [mf]
Huri
Huricane
Hurikan
Hurlstone (English) [m]
Hurri [mf]
Hurricane
Hurry (English) [mf]
Hurtig
Huschwin [m]
Hush [f]
Husky
Huso
Huss
Hussa
Hussag
Hussan
Hussaya
Hussy
Hustler (English) [mf]
Husty [m]
Huszar
Hutch
Hute
Hutta
Huub [m]
Huw (Welsh) [m]
 form of Hugh
Huyana
Hwyn (Welsh) [f]
Hyacinth (Greek) [f]
 according to legend the flower arose from the blood of the youth Hyakinthos
Hyanzinth
Hyde
Hydi
Hydra
Hydria
Hylke
Hylla
Hyman (Yiddish) [m]
 "man"
Hyme
Hyo (Korean) [mf]
Hyolli
Hyro
Hyun-ok (Korean) [f]
 "wise pearl"

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