Harold from the show Bunnicula.

Also Harold the helicopter from Thomas & Friends.
My name is Harold Hastings...King Harold died in the battle of Hastings > 1066.
This is the BEST name. Harold and his purple crayon is the best children's book ever!
I don't like Harold. I also don't like Harold from Total Drama.
Looks like this name is about to enter retirement sometime soon.
Love it!
Harold Russell fought in WWII and lost both of his hands, so he was given hooks as prosthetics. He played Homer in the Best Years of Our Lives and won a special Academy Award.
(You should look him up. The hooks are pretty cool.)
Harold Norbert Cheever Doris McGrady V is a character on the TV show Total Drama Island, Total Drama Action, and Total Drama World Tour. He is "the dweeb".
In 2018, 63 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Harold who is registered male with the Social Security Administration. It is the 169th most common male first name for living U.S. citizens.
Ugly, Reminds me of a cranky, lousy bald man!
Harold was the horse who won the 1879 Preakness Stakes.
Such a classic name, however I wouldn't suggest using it because it's probably a good choice to leave it in the 20s & 30s. By the way, this name was used to replace the name "Harvey" on the Atlantic hurricane name list and will be used in 2023.
Harold Eugene "Gene" Clark was the lead singer/tambourine man for the American group the Byrds in the 1960s. He wrote a lot of their early hits, left the group to rejoin and then leave once again, and has quite a cult following. He has the same name as Harold "Allan" Clarke, lead singer of the Hollies, and it's not unlikely that they met at one point or another. Gene passed away in 1991.
Harold Wormser was the child prodigy and youngest member of the Lambda Lambda Lambda fraternity in the 1984 movie, Revenge of the Nerds.
A Captain Underpants character. (Harold Hutchins).
Harold is an awesome name for cool people.
The name Harold was given to 285 boys born in the US in 2016.
99.73 percent of people with the first name Harold are male.
This is an ugly name. Sounds like "hair old". Gross.
Harold Allan Clarke, lead singer of the British band the Hollies. He was born in 1942 and started going by "Allan" around 1962 when he decided that Harold was not a Rock 'n Roll name. Affectionately nicknamed "Hadge" and "Clarkie" in his younger days. He released an album in 1972 titled "My Real Name is 'arold".
A truly fine name. Makes me think of an English Gentlemen. The name was used by many notable people such as Prime Ministers Harold Macmillan and Harold Wilson. Harold Pinter is another. In fiction you have Harold the Helicopter from Thomas the Tank Engine, Harold Francis "Dirty Harry" Callahan and Harold Steptoe. It has a classic feel to it and I'm happy to see it is still in the top 1000.
Harold and the Purple Crayon was a popular children's book and then TV series.
Harold Wilson, British prime minister.

Harold Soref, British politician.
I picture a huge bearded guy with a viking helmet when I hear or see this name. I don't know why, but it seems somewhat Norse to me. And I think Roldy is a more common nickname for Harold than Harry. Harry is more for Harrison or Henry.
Sounds a little too much like an old man name to give to a baby. But you could always nickname him Hank, Hal, or Harry.
Honestly, I think this name is hideous. I know three Harolds. Two of which are in my family. One happens to be the only kid I've ever known with this name.
Harold is the name of that fat kid from the Nickelodeon series Hey Arnold.
Harold Finch (aka Harold Wren, aka Harold Crow, aka Harold Swift, aka Harold Crane, etc) is one of the main characters on Person of Interest.
'The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry' is the title of the bestseller by Rachel Joyce.
One of the title characters in the film Harold and Maude.
The main character in Athol Fugard's play 'Master Harold and the Boys', but Harold goes by Hally.
Harold Dieterle was the winner of the first season of Top Chef.
The musician Harold Budd is a famous bearer of the name. He's made some wonderfully liquid and dreamy piano tunes, especially with Brian Eno.
Harold Saxon A.K.A The Master HERE COME THE DRUMS!
Harold Green is Red Green's nephew on The Red Green Show. He's sort of dorky, but you have to love him.
Unbeknownst to practically everyone, this name briefly made the girls' top 1,000 in the United States in the 1920s in position no. 808. However, everyone does know that it was one of the top 20 boys' names at the time, although most Harolds today are dads, uncles, and grandads aged between 50 and 90 (or perhaps 100).
I think this name is a good strong name. I like it a lot.
Harold Saxon! I hear The Sound Of Drums!
Most scholars now think that King Harold didn't take an arrow to the eye as the Bayeux Tapestry suggests. He was decapitated. It's likely that the "arrow-in-eye" was added when the tapestry had restoration work done to it in later medieval times.
Harold Bloom is an American professor and prominent literary and cultural critic. I think Harry would be a nice nickname, better than for Henry.
Boring, old and over-used, but I mean, you have to feel sorry for King Harold and that arrow in his eye, poor guy. (Hey that ryhmes!)
It is mostly pronounced HAR-old.
Filmaker and actor Harold Ramis.
Famous bearer is Harold Macmillan, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1957 to 1963.
Harold Lloyd was a famous silent film maker in early cinema. In the US hit animation 'Futurama' Dr. Zoidberg's uncle is also a silent film maker named Harold Zoid which is certainly a dedication to him.
Harold is a helicopter in the "Thomas the Tank Engine" series of children's books and videos.
Harold Pinter is a British playwright and theatre director. He has written for theatre, radio, television and film. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2005.

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