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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Holea

Holy

English

Holland

Land on the Ridge

American

Holleen

Created Name

American

Honbria

Sweet

English

Honbrie

Sweet

English

Hong

Pink and rosy

Vietnamese

Honoka

Spike, Ear, Head

Japanese

Honoratas

Honor

Spanish

Honovi

Strong deer (Hopi)

Native American

Honza

God is Gracious

European

Hoowanneka

Little elk

Native American

Hop

Consistant

Vietnamese

Horizon

Apparent Edge of Land

American

Hosa

Little Raven

Native American

Hoshi

Star

Japanese

Hoshiko

Star

Japanese

Hova

Wind

Armenian

Howea

Clearing in the Woods

Native American

Hrothbeorhta

Bright or famous

English

Hrothberta

Bright or famous

English

Hrothbertina

Bright or famous

English

Hrothnerta

Bright or famous

English

Hue

Lily flower

Vietnamese

Huetts

Little Hugh

English

Hughetta

Little Hugh

English

Hugiet

Little Hugh

English

Hugiherahta

Intelligent

German

Huguetta

Feminine form of Hugh

French

Hulde

Beloved

German

Humaira

Of red colour

Arabic

Humita

Shelled corn (Hopi)

Native American

Humla

Bumblebee

Scandinavian

Hummer

High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle

American

Humvee

High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle

American

Hunig

Sweet

English

Hurit

Beautiful (Algonquin)

Native American

Huyen

Jet black

Vietnamese

Halicora

“The maiden from the sea.” From the Greek hals (the sea) and kore (a maiden).

Greek

Harelda

“Sea duck.” Of Scandinavian origin.

Scandinavian

Hedie

A variant spelling of Heddie.

Hedona

“Utter delight,” from the Greek lie- done, delight.

Greek

Helenka

A Slavic diminutive form of Helen.

Slavic

Hermandine

“A warrior’s sweetheart.” Of Germanic origin.

German

Het

A short form of Mehetabel.

Horta

“The inciter,” from the Latin hortari, to encourage.

Latin

Hazley

Hazel woods

Irish

Hadlee

Heather meadow

English

Heavenly

From the heavens

English

Hydra

Water serpent

Greek

Harlyn

Army land

English