Gender Masculine
Pronounced Pron. HAHR-ree(Finnish)
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Meaning & History

Finnish, Estonian and Welsh form of Harry.

Related Names

VariantHenri(Finnish)
Other Languages & CulturesChariovalda, Hariwald, Heimirich, Heinrich, Henricus(Ancient Germanic) Hereweald(Anglo-Saxon) Henrik(Armenian) Endika(Basque) Enric(Catalan) Henrik(Croatian) Jindřich, Hynek, Jindra(Czech) Harald, Henrik, Henning(Danish) Hendrick, Hendricus, Hendrik, Hendrikus, Henricus, Heike, Heiko, Hein, Henk, Hennie, Henny, Rik(Dutch) Harold, Harry, Henry, Hal, Hank(English) Henri(French) Heike, Heiko(Frisian) Anri(Georgian) Harald, Heinrich, Hendrik, Henrik, Heiner, Heinz, Henning(German) Henrik(Hungarian) Haraldur, Hinrik(Icelandic) Anraí, Einrí(Irish) Aroldo, Enrico, Arrigo, Enzo, Eraldo, Rico(Italian) Indriķis, Ints(Latvian) Henrikas, Herkus(Lithuanian) Hinnerk, Hinrich, Heike, Heiko(Low German) Herry(Medieval English) Harald, Henrik, Henning(Norwegian) Haraldr(Old Norse) Henryk(Polish) Haroldo, Henrique(Portuguese) Genrikh(Russian) Hendry(Scots) Eanraig(Scottish Gaelic) Henrich(Slovak) Henrik(Slovene) Enrique, Haroldo, Kike, Kiko, Quique(Spanish) Harald, Henrik, Henning(Swedish)
User SubmissionsHárri, Harri

Popularity

People think this name is

youthful   informal   common   strong   strange   simple   comedic  

Name Days

Estonia: April 1
Finland: January 6
Entry updated January 21, 2022