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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Hulbart

Graceful

German

Huldiberaht

Graceful

German

Humayd

Praised

Arabic

Humility

Humble

English

Hummer

High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle

American

Humvee

High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle

American

Hunfrid

Peaceful Hun

German

Hunfried

Peaceful Hun

German

Hungas

One vigor

Irish

Huntingden

From the hunter's hill

English

Huntingtun

From the hunting farm

English

Huntir

Variant of Hunter.

Unknown

Huritt

Handsome (Algonquin)

Native American

Hurlbart

Army strong

English

Hurste

Lives in the forest

English

Husam al Din

Sword of faith

Arabic

Husani

Handsome

Arabic

Huslu

Hairy Bear

Native American

Husnain

Persian

Huxeford

From Hugh's ford

English

Hwaeteleah

From the wheat feild

English

Hweolere

Wheel maker

English

Hwertun

From the estate at the hollow

English

Hwistlere

Piper

English

Hwitby

From the white farmstead

English

Hwitcomb

From the white hollow

English

Hwitcumb

From the white hollow

English

Hwitford

From the white ford

English

Hwithloew

From the white hill

English

Hwitloc

From the white fortress

English

Hyroniemus

Sacred name

Latin

Habor

A variant form of Habrus.

Habrus

“The graceful one,” from the Greek habros, graceful.

Greek

Haldin

A variant form of Halden.

Haney

A diminutive form of Haines.

Hardel

A variant form of Ardel.

Hedges

A variant form of Haines.

Holme

A variant form of Holmes.

House

“One who loves the indoor life,” from the Middle English hous, a house.

English

Hump

A diminutive form of Humphrey.

Hyland

“The man from the highlands,” based on hy (a variant form of “high”) and the Anglo-Saxon land (land).

Anglo-Saxon

Harlem

Home on a wooded hill

Dutch

Hodor

Created name

American

Hephaestus

Unknown

Greek

Haldir

English

Hemingway

Hemming's path

English

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