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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Haabeel Muslim Variant of Habil: The Biblical Abel is the English language equivalent.. M
2 Haadhir Muslim Variant of Hadhir: Present. Attending.. M

3 Haady Muslim Variant of Hadi: Guiding to the right.. M
4 Haafiz Muslim Variant of Hafiz: Keeper. Guardian. Preserver.. M
5 Haahashtari Biblical A runner. M
6 Haaken Norse Of the chosen. M
7 Haakim Muslim Variant of Hakim: Wise. Healer. Physician. Ruler. Sovereign.. M
8 Haakon Scandinavian High-born. M
9 Haanee Muslim Variant of Hani: Happy. Delighted. Content.. M
10 Haaris Muslim Variant of Haris: Vigilant. Watchman.. M
11 Haarith Muslim Variant of Harith: Plowman. Tiller. Old Arabic name.. M
12 Haaroon Muslim Variant of Harun: The Biblical Aaron is the English language equivalent. A Prophet's name.. M
13 Haashim Muslim Variant of Hashim: Name of Prophet Mohammed's grandfather. Old Arabic name. Generosity.. M

14 Haatim Muslim Variant of Hatim: Judge. Inevitable. Unavoidable.. M
15 Haaziq Muslim Variant of Haziq: Skillful. Intelligent.. M
16 Habaiah Biblical The hiding of the Lord. M
17 Habakkuk Biblical He that embraces; a wrestler M
18 Habazinaiah Biblical A hiding of the shield of the Lord. M
19 Habib Hebrew Dearly loved. M
20 Habil Muslim The Biblical Abel is the English language equivalent.. M
21 Habor Biblical A partaker, a companion. M
22 Hachaliah Biblical Who waits for the Lord. M
23 Hachmoni Biblical A wise man M
24 Hacket German Little hacker. M
25 Hackett German Little hacker. M
26 Hadad Biblical Joy, noise, clamor. M
27 Hadadezer Biblical Beauty of assistance. M
28 Hadadrimmon Biblical Invocation to the god Rimmon. M
29 Hadar Biblical Power, greatness. M
30 Hadar Hebrew Glory. M
31 Hadarezer Biblical Beauty of assistance. M
32 Hadashah Biblical News, a month. M
33 Hadassah Persian Myrtle or bride. M
34 Haddad Arabic Smith. M
35 Hadden English From the heath. M
36 Haddon English From the heath. M
37 Hadee Muslim Variant of Hadi: Guiding to the right.. M
38 Haden English From the heath. M
39 Hadeon Ukrainian Destroyer. M
40 Hadheer Muslim Variant of Hadhir: Present. Attending.. M
41 Hadhir Muslim Present. Attending.. M
42 Hadi Muslim Guiding to the right.. M
43 Hadid Biblical Rejoicing, sharp. M
44 Hadlai Biblical Loitering, hindering. M
45 Hadlai Hebrew Variant of Chadlai: Stop. M
46 Hadley English From the heath covered meadow. M
47 Hadon English From the heath. M
48 Hadoram Biblical Their beauty, their power. M
49 Hadrach Biblical Point, joy of tenderness. M
50 Hadrian English A variant of Adrian. Also, son of Adrian. M
51 Hadrian Latin From 'Hadrianus' meaning of Adria or 'of the Adriatic. Also 'dark,' a variant of Adrian. Famous bearer: Roman emperor Hadrian ordered the famous Hadrian's wall be built across northern England. M
52 Hadrian Swedish Dark. M
53 Hadrien Latin Dark. Variant of Adrian. In the 2nd century AD Roman Emperor Hadrian caused the Hadrian wall to be built in Britain. M
54 Hadwin English War friend. M
55 Hadwin Teutonic Friend in war. M
56 Hadwyn English War friend. M
57 Hadwyn Teutonic Friend in war. M
58 Haefen English Safety. M
59 Haele English Lives in the hall. M
60 Haemon Greek Son of Creon. M
61 Haestingas English Violent. M
62 Haethowine English War friend. M
63 Hafgrim Norse A settler of Greenland. M
64 Hafiz Muslim Keeper. Guardian. Preserver.. M
65 Hafleikr Norse Sea war. M
66 Hafnar Norse Father of Thorgeir Cheek Wound. M
67 Hagab Biblical A grasshopper. M
68 Hagabah Biblical A grasshopper. M
69 Hagaleah English From the hedged meadow. M
70 Hagalean English From the hedged enclosure. M
71 Hagan Gaelic Young. M
72 Hagan Irish Little Hugh. M
73 Hagan Teutonic Strong defender. M
74 Hagar Biblical A stranger, one that fears' M
75 Hagaward English Keeper of the hedged enclosure. M
76 Hagen Norse Killed Siegfried. M
77 Hagen Teutonic Strong defender. M
78 Haggai Biblical Feast, solemnity. M
79 Haggeri Biblical A stranger. M
80 Haggi Biblical A stranger. M
81 Haggiah Biblical The Lord's feast. M
82 Haggiah Hebrew Variant of Chagiah: Festival. M
83 Hagia Hebrew Variant of Chagiah: Festival. M
84 Hagley English From the hedged enclosure. M
85 Hagly English From the hedged enclosure. M
86 Hagop Armenian Armenian form of James. M
87 Hahkethomemah NativeAmerican Little robe (Cheyenne). M
88 Hahnee NativeAmerican Beggar. M
89 Hai Biblical Mass, heap. M
90 Haidar Indian Lion. M
91 Haider Muslim Lion. King of jungle.. M
92 Haig Armenian From the hedged field. M
93 Haig English From the hedged enclosure. M
94 Hail Hebrew Variant of Chai: Life. M
95 Haim Hebrew Variant of Chayim: Life. M
96 Haine Teutonic Dwells in the hedged enclosure. M
97 Haines Teutonic Dwells in the hedged enclosure. M
98 Haji Egyptian Born during the pilgrimage. M
99 Hakan NativeAmerican Fire. M
100 Hakan Scandinavian High-born. M
101 Hakeem Arabic Wise. M
102 Hakeem Muslim Variant of Hakim: Wise. Healer. Physician. Ruler. Sovereign.. M
103 Haki Norse Name of a slave. M
104 Hakim Arabic Wise. M
105 Hakim Muslim Wise. Healer. Physician. Ruler. Sovereign.. M
106 Hakizimana Egyptian God saves. M
107 Hakkatan Biblical Little. M
108 Hakkoz Biblical A thorn, summer, an end. M
109 Hakon Norse Of the chosen. M
110 Hakon Scandinavian High-born. M
111 Hakupha Biblical A commandment of the mouth. M
112 Hal English A nickname for Henry 'Rules his household.'. M
113 Hal German Diminutive of Henry: Home or House Ruler. M
114 Hal Norse War chief. M
115 Hal Shakespearean 'King Henry IV, Part 1' Nickname of Henry, Prince of Wales and son to King Henry the Fourth. Hal becomes Henry, and King at the end of Part 2. King in King Henry V M
116 Hal Teutonic Mighty in war. M
117 Halah Biblical A moist table. M
118 Halak Biblical Part. M
119 Halbart English Brilliant hero. M
120 Halbert English Brilliant hero. M
121 Halbert Teutonic Shining jewel. M
122 Halburt English Brilliant hero. M
123 Haldan Teutonic Half Dane. M
124 Haldane English From Denmark. M
125 Halden English From Denmark. M
126 Halden Norse Half Dane. M
127 Halden Teutonic Half Dane. M
128 Hale English Lives in the hall. M
129 Hale Swedish Hall. M
130 Hale Teutonic Robust. M
131 Halebeorht English Brilliant hero. M
132 Haleef Muslim Variant of Halif: Ally. Confederate.. M
133 Halen Swedish Hall. M
134 Haley Irish Ingenious. M
135 Halfon Hebrew Variant of Chalfon: Change. M
136 Halford English From the hall by the ford. M
137 Halhul Biblical Grief, looking for grief. M
138 Hali Biblical Sickness, a beginning, a precious stone. M
139 Hali Greek Sea. M
140 Halif Muslim Ally. Confederate.. M
141 Halig Anglo-Saxon Holy. M
142 Haligwiella English Lives by the holy spring. M
143 Halil Hebrew Variant of Chalil: Flute. M
144 Halim Arabic Gentle. M
145 Halim Indian Kind. M
146 Halirrhothius Greek Son of Poseidon. M
147 Halirrhothius Latin Son of Poseidon. M
148 Halithersis Greek Seer who warns Penelope's suitors. M
149 Halklel Norse Brother of Ketilbjorn. M
150 Hall English From the manor. M
151 Hall Norse Son of Helgi the Godless. M
152 Hallam English Lives at the hall's slopes. M
153 Hallam Teutonic From the hillside. M
154 Hallbjorn Norse Rock bear. M
155 Halldor Norse Son of Gunnbjorn. M
156 Hallelujah Biblical Praise the Lord. M
157 Hallen Swedish Hall. M
158 Halley English From the manor house meadow. M
159 Hallfred Norse Son of Ottar. M
160 Hallil Hebrew Variant of Chalil: Flute. M
161 Halliwell English Lives by the holy spring. M
162 Halloesh Biblical Saying nothing; an enchanter M
163 Hallvard Norse Fought in the Battle of Hafursfjord. M
164 Hallwell English Lives by the holy spring. M
165 Halphon Hebrew Variant of Chalfon: Change. M
166 Halsey English From Hal's island. M
167 Halsig English From Hal's island. M
168 Halstead English From the manor house. M
169 Halton English From the hillslope estate. M
170 Halvard Norse Rock defender. M
171 Halvard Swedish Rock enclosure. M
172 Halvdan Norse Half Dane. M
173 Halvor Norse Rock defender. M
174 Halwende Anglo-Saxon Lonely. M
175 Ham Anglo-Saxon Home. M
176 Ham Biblical 'Hot, heat, brown' M
177 Ham Hebrew Hot. One of the sons of Noah in the Old Testament Diminutive of Abraham: Father of a multitude. In the Old Testament patriarch Abram's name was changed to Abraham when it was revealed he would be father of the Hebrew nation. M
178 Hamadi Egyptian Praised. M
179 Hamal Arabic Lamb. M
180 Haman Biblical Noise, tumult. M
181 Hamar Norse Hammer. M
182 Hamath Biblical Anger, heat, a wall. M
183 Hamath-zobah Biblical The heat, or the wall, of an army. M
184 Hamd Muslim Praise. Commendation.. M
185 Hamden Arabic Praised. M
186 Hamdun Arabic Praised. M
187 Hameed Muslim Variant of Hamid: Praising (God). Loving (God).. M
188 Hamelstun English From the grassy estate. M
189 Hamid Arabic Praised. M
190 Hamid Muslim Praising (God). Loving (God).. M
191 Hamilton French From the mountain town. M
192 Hamilton Scottish A Scottish surname and place name of one of the great noble families of Scotland, and used as a given name since the 19th century. M
193 Hamish English Variant of James: Supplant. Replace. Variant of Jacob derived from the latin Jacomus. M
194 Hamish Scottish James - in Gaelic, Seumas, Seanius. M
195 Hamlet English Variant of Hamo: House or home. Introduced from Germany during the Norman Conquest. Also used as a surname. M
196 Hamlet German A variant of Hamo derived from the Old German word for house or home. Also used as a surname. Associated with Shakespeare's tragedy by the same name. M
197 Hamlet Shakespearean 'Hamlet, Prince of Denmark' Son to the former King, whose ghost appears to Hamlet demanding he avenge his father's death by killing Claudius, the present king and brother of the former. M
198 Hamlett German From the little home. M
199 Hamlin German Loves the little home. M
200 Hamlin Teutonic Rules the home. M