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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Ha
Habiba

Loved one

Arabic

#2,812 (0.0007%)  
Habibah

Loved one

Arabic

Habibi

Loved one

Arabic

Hadara

Beauty, splendor, glory

Hebrew

Hadarah

Beauty, splendor, glory

Hebrew

Hadarit

Beauty, splendor, glory

Hebrew

Hadassah

Myrtle tree

Hebrew

#684 (0.0251%)  
Hadil
Hadiya
#2,223 (0.0016%)  
Hadlea

Heather meadow

English

Hadleigh

Heather meadow

English

#879 (0.0167%)  
Hadley

Heather meadow

English

#103 (0.2082%)  
Hadly

Heather meadow

English

Hadria

From Hadria

Latin

Hadriana

From Hadria

Latin

Hadriane

From Hadria

Latin

Hadrianna

From Hadria

Latin

Harrela

The Lord's mountain

Hebrew

Harrella

The Lord's mountain

Hebrew

Harrellah

The Lord's mountain

Hebrew

Harri
Harrie

Home ruler

German

Harriet

Home ruler

German

#970 (0.0136%)  
Harriett

Home ruler

German

Harrietta

Home ruler

German

Harriette

A variant form of Harriet.

Harriot

Home ruler

German

Harriott

Home ruler

German

Harriotte

Home ruler

German

Harsha
Harshida
Harshika
Hartencia

Garden

Latin

Hartinsia

Garden

Latin

Hasana
Hasanati
Hasika
Hasina

Good; beautiful

African

Hasna
Hassie
Hatsee

Home ruler

German

Hatsey

Home ruler

German

Hatsie

Home ruler

German

Hatsy

Home ruler

German

Hattie

Home ruler

German

#469 (0.0435%)  
Hatty

Home ruler

German

Haumea
Haunani
Hauoli

Girl names that start with H have been winning over parents with their harmonious sound, a gentle letter that lends well to baby girl names. H names for girls have been trending for years with Harper, Hannah, and Hazel hitting the Top 50 recently. H is a versatile letter, offering up two distinct sounds as seen in Honora and Hailey. Baby girl names starting with H are also a mix of hip and vintage, avoiding the trendy feel of some other letters.

While baby girl names that start with H have been hanging high on the charts, there are quite a few unique girl names that start with H as well like Hallie, Holland, and Hermione. H names for girls are also hiding some floral girl names like Holly and Heather.

Aging well, girl names that start with H aren’t as timestamped as the K name trend seen in recent years. There are plenty of old-school darlings like Harriet and Helen to explore as well as more modern monikers like Harley and Hadley if that’s your style.

A widely used letter in multiple languages, there are various origins of girl names that start with H to explore. From the Hebrew Hadassah to the German Hilda, get to know girl names that start with H from your past and maybe you’ll find a few favorite for your little one.