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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Henry

Home ruler

English

Harold

Army ruler

Scandinavian

Harry

Home ruler

German

Howard

Noble watchman

English

Hunter

Hunter

English

Herbert

Illustrious warrior

German

Herman

Soldier

German

Harvey

Battle ready

English

Hector

Steadfast

Greek

Hayden

Hay valley

English

Harrison

Son of Harry

English

Hugh

Soul, mind, intellect

German

Hudson

Son of Hudd

English

Hubert

Bright or shining intellect

German

Homer

Security, pledge; hostage

Greek

Horace

“A maker of timepieces,” from the Latin hora, an hour.

Latin

Harley

Hare meadow; the long field

English

Hugo

“An intellectual,” from the Germanic hugu, the mind.

Latin

Heath

Heath

English

Holden

Deep valley

English

Harlan

Army land

English

Humberto

Bright or shining intellect; famous giant; renowned warrior

German

Hal

A diminutive form of Harold and Henry.

English

Houston

Hugh's town; settlement on the hill

Irish

Harris

Son of Harry

English

Hollis

The holly tree

English

Hans

God is gracious

Scandinavian

Hank

Home ruler

German

Heriberto

Illustrious warrior

German

Hassan

Good-looking, handsome

Arabic

Hiram

My brother is exalted

Hebrew

Hershel

Deer

Yiddish

Hayes

Hedged area

English

Hamza
Herschel

Deer

Yiddish

Hendrix

Son of Hendrick

English

Hezekiah

God gives strength

Hebrew

Hoyt

Spirit, soul

Scandinavian

Huey

Soul, mind, intellect

German

Hyman

Life

Hebrew

Hakeem

Wise, intelligent

Arabic

Harper

Harpist, minstrel

English

Hobert

American

Haywood

Hedged forest

English

Hilton

Hill settlement

English

Hernan

Spanish

Hilario

Cheerful, happy

Latin

Horacio

Latin

Hasan

Good-looking, handsome

Arabic

Homero

Security, pledge; hostage

Greek