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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Haala Muslim Variant of Hala: Lunar halo. Glory.. F
2 Habazinaiah Biblical A hiding of the shield of the Lord. F

3 Habeeba Muslim Variant of Habiba: Beloved. Sweetheart. Darling.. F
4 Habiba Muslim Beloved. Sweetheart. Darling.. F
5 Habibah Egyptian Loved. F
6 Habibah Muslim Variant of Habiba: Beloved. Sweetheart. Darling.. F
7 Habor Biblical A partaker, a companion. F
8 Hachilah Biblical My hope is in her F
9 Hadadrimmon Biblical Invocation to the god Rimmon. F
10 Hadar Hebrew Spectacular ornament. F
11 Hadara Hebrew Spectacular ornament. Adorned with beauty. F
12 Hadarah Hebrew Adorned with beauty. F
13 Hadashah Biblical News, a month. F

14 Hadassah Biblical A myrtle, joy. F
15 Hadassah Hebrew Myrtle tree. Also the biblical Persian Queen Esther's Hebrew name. F
16 Hadassah Persian Myrtle or bride. F
17 Hadid Biblical Rejoicing, sharp. F
18 Hadiya African Gift (Swahili). F
19 Hadiya Muslim Guide to righteousness.. F
20 Hadiyah Muslim Variant of Hadiya: Guide to righteousness.. F
21 Hadiyyah Muslim Gift.. F
22 Hadlai Biblical Loitering, hindering. F
23 Hadley English Field of heather. Surname. The name of Hemingway's first wife. F
24 Hadrach Biblical Point, joy of tenderness. F
25 Hadrea Latin Dark. F
26 Hadria Latin Dark. F
27 Hadu German Vigorous battle maiden. F
28 Haduwig German Strife. F
29 Hadwig Teutonic Refuge from battle. F
30 Hadya Arabic Well-behaved. F
31 Haesel English Nut. F
32 Hafsa Muslim Cub. Young lioness.. F
33 Hafsah Egyptian Married to the prophet. F
34 Hafsah Muslim Wife of the Prophet Muhammad.. F
35 Hafthah Muslim Preserved. Protected.. F
36 Hagab Biblical A grasshopper. F
37 Hagabah Biblical A grasshopper. F
38 Hagar Biblical A stranger, one that fears. F
39 Hagar Hebrew Forsaken. Flight. Famous bearer: the Old Testament maidservant of Sarah, wife of Abraham. F
40 Haggiah Biblical The Lord's feast. F
41 Haggith Biblical Rejoicing. F
42 Hai Biblical Mass, heap. F
43 Haidee Greek Modest, well-behaved, or caressed. Famous bearer: Haidee was a character in Byron's Don Juan. F
44 Hailey English Field of hay. Usually a surname. F
45 Haimati Indian Snow queen. F
46 Hajna Hungarian Grace. F
47 Hajnal Latin Dawn. F
48 Hakan Norse Noble. F
49 Hakan Swedish Noble. F
50 Hakana Swedish Noble. F
51 Hakidonmuya NativeAmerican Time of waiting (Hopi). F
52 Hakkoz Biblical A thorn, summer, an end. F
53 Hakupha Biblical A commandment of the mouth. F
54 Hala Muslim Lunar halo. Glory.. F
55 Halag German Pious. F
56 Halah Arabic Nimble. F
57 Halah Biblical A moist table. F
58 Halah Muslim Aureole.. F
59 Halak Biblical Part. F
60 Halcyon Greek Calm. Derived from the name of a Greek mythological sea bird. Commonly used in the expression 'halcyon days.'. F
61 Halcyone Greek Daughter of Aeolus. F
62 Haldana Norse Half Dane. F
63 Haldis Norse Firm helper. F
64 Haldis Teutonic Spirit of stone. F
65 Haldisa Teutonic Spirit of stone. F
66 Haldora Norse Half spirited. F
67 Haleema Muslim Variant of Halima: Gentle. Patient. Mild. Humane.. F
68 Haleigh English Field of hay. Usually a surname. F
69 Halette French Little Hal. F
70 Haley English Field of hay. Usually a surname. F
71 Halfrid German Peaceful heroine. F
72 Halfrid Norse Half beautiful. F
73 Halfrida German Peaceful heroine. F
74 Halfrida Norse Half beautiful. F
75 Halfrith English Peaceful home. F
76 Halfryta English Peaceful home. F
77 Halhul Biblical Grief, looking for grief. F
78 Hali Biblical Sickness, a beginning, a precious stone. F
79 Halia Hawaiian Remembrance of a loved one. F
80 Halifrid German Peaceful heroine. F
81 Halig English Holy. F
82 Halima Egyptian Gentle. F
83 Halima Muslim Gentle. Patient. Mild. Humane.. F
84 Halimah Muslim Variant of Halima: Gentle. Patient. Mild. Humane.. F
85 Halimeda Greek Thinking of the sea. F
86 Halina Greek Light. F
87 Halina Polish Light. F
88 Halla Norse Half protected. F
89 Halldis Norse Firm helper. F
90 Halldora Norse Half spirited. F
91 Hallelujah Biblical Praise the Lord. F
92 Halley English From the Hall. F
93 Hallfrid Norse Half beautiful. F
94 Hallfrita English Peaceful home. F
95 Hallgerd Norse Half protected. F
96 Hallgerda Norse Half protected. F
97 Hallie English From the Hall. F
98 Hallie Teutonic Strong in war. F
99 Hally Teutonic Strong in war. F
100 Halona NativeAmerican Of happy fortune. F
101 Hamath Biblical Anger, heat, a wall. F
102 Hamath-zobah Biblical The heat, or the wall, of an army. F
103 Hameeda Muslim Variant of Hamidah: Commendable. Praised. Praiseworthy.. F
104 Hamia Anglo-Saxon A Syrian goddess. F
105 Hamidah Muslim Commendable. Praised. Praiseworthy.. F
106 Hammon Biblical Heat, the sun. F
107 Hamon-gog Biblical The multitude of Gog. F
108 Hamoth Biblical Indignation. F
109 Hamul Biblical Godly, merciful. F
110 Hamutal Biblical The shadow of his heat. F
111 Hana Japanese Flower. F
112 Hana Slavic Variant of Johanna. F
113 Hana' Muslim Happiness. Bliss. Felicity.. F
114 Hanaa' Muslim Variant of Hana': Happiness. Bliss. Felicity.. F
115 Hanah Israeli Favor; grace. F
116 Hanameel Biblical The grace that comes from God, gift of God. F
117 Hananeel Biblical Grace, or gift, of God. F
118 Haneefa Muslim Variant of Hanifa: True believer.. F
119 Hanes Biblical Banishment of grace. F
120 Hanifa Muslim True believer.. F
121 Hanifah Muslim Variant of Hanifa: True believer.. F
122 Hanita Hindi Divine grace. F
123 Haniyyah Muslim Pleased. Happy. F
124 Hanna Hebrew Grace. F
125 Hanna Muslim Tainted. Dyed red. F
126 Hanna Swedish Gracious. F
127 Hannah Biblical Gracious; merciful; one who gives. F
128 Hannah English Favor; grace. Biblical mother of the prophet Samuel. F
129 Hannah Hebrew Favour or grace. God has favoured me. Mother of the prophet Samuel in the Old Testament. F
130 Hannalee English Favor; grace. Biblical mother of the prophet Samuel. F
131 Hannalee Hebrew Favor; grace. Biblical mother of the prophet Samuel. F
132 Hannathon Biblical The gift of grace. F
133 Hanne Danish Feminine form of Hans. F
134 Hanne Hebrew Grace. F
135 Hannela Hebrew Grace. F
136 Hannele Hebrew Grace. F
137 Hanrietta French Rules the home. F
138 Hanriette French Rules the home. F
139 Hapharaim Biblical Searching, digging. F
140 Haqikah Egyptian Honest. F
141 Hara Biblical A hill, showing forth. F
142 Hara Hindi A form of Shiva. F
143 Haradah Biblical Well of great fear. F
144 Haralda Norse Army ruler. F
145 Harelda Teutonic Strong in war. F
146 Harelde Teutonic Strong in war. F
147 Harhur Biblical Made warm. F
148 Harimanna German Warrior maiden. F
149 Harimanne German Warrior maiden. F
150 Harimilla Anglo-Saxon A Tungrian goddess. F
151 Hariti Indian Goddess of smallpox. F
152 Harleen English Meadow of the hares. Feminine of Harley. F
153 Harlie English Meadow of the hares. Feminine of Harley. F
154 Harmonee English Unity; concord; musically in tune. Harmonia was the mythological daughter of Aphrodite. F
155 Harmonia Greek Daughter of Ares. F
156 Harmonia Latin Concord. F
157 Harmonie English Unity; concord; musically in tune. Harmonia was the mythological daughter of Aphrodite. F
158 Harmony Latin Concord. F
159 Harnepher Biblical The anger of a bull, increasing heat. F
160 Harod Biblical Astonishment, fear. F
161 Harolda Teutonic Strong in war. F
162 Harolde Teutonic Strong in war. F
163 Harosheth Biblical A forest, agriculture, workmanship, deafness, silence. F
164 Harpinna Latin Mare of Oenomaus. F
165 Harran Biblical A singing or calling out. F
166 Harriet English Rules the Home. Feminine form of Harry (from Henry). Famous Bearer: Harriet Beecher Stowe (Uncle Tom's Cabin, 1811). a variant of Henrietta. F
167 Harriet French Variant of Henrietta: Keeper of the hearth. Rules her household. From Henriette, the French feminine form of Henry. F
168 Harriet Teutonic Ruler of the home. F
169 Harriett French Rules her household. Feminine of Harry from Henry. F
170 Harrietta French Rules the home. F
171 Harrietta Teutonic Ruler of the home. F
172 Harriette French Rules the home. F
173 Harriette Teutonic Ruler of the home. F
174 Harsha Biblical Workmanship, a wood. F
175 Harum Biblical High, throwing down. F
176 Haruphite Biblical Slender, sharp. F
177 Haseena Muslim Variant of Hasina: Beautiful. Pretty.. F
178 Hashubah Biblical Estimation, thought. F
179 Hashum Biblical Silence, their hasting. F
180 Hashupha Biblical Spent, made base. F
181 Hasina African Good. (Swahili). F
182 Hasina Egyptian Good. F
183 Hasina Muslim Beautiful. Pretty.. F
184 Hasna Arabic Beautiful. F
185 Hasna' Muslim Beautiful.. F
186 Hathor Egyptian Sakmet - goddess of destruction. F
187 Hatita Biblical A bending of sin. F
188 Hatshepsut Egyptian Name of a queen. F
189 Hattie English Rules the Home. Diminutive of Harriet. Feminine of Harry from Henry. F
190 Hattie Teutonic Ruler of the home. F
191 Hattil Biblical Howling for sin. F
192 Hattipha Biblical Robbery. F
193 Hatty English Rules the Home. Diminutive of Harriet. Feminine of Harry from Henry. F
194 Hatty Teutonic Ruler of the home. F
195 Hauran Biblical A hole, liberty, whiteness. F
196 Hausis NativeAmerican Old woman (Algonquin). F
197 Hausisse NativeAmerican Old woman (Algonquin). F
198 Havoth-jair Biblical The villages that enlighten. F
199 Hawaa Muslim Variant of Hawwa: Eve.. F
200 Hawwa Muslim Eve.. F