Submitted Names Starting with H

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Húnfastr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements húnn "child, cub, bear cub" and fastr "firmly, fast".
Hunfredo m Italian
Italian form of Humphrey.
Hưng m & f Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 興 (hưng) meaning "rise, thrive, prosper, flourish".
Hung f Vietnamese
Means "pink rose" in Vietnamese.
Húngeirr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements húnn "child, cub, bear cub" and geirr "spear".
Hunger m Medieval German
A dithematic name formed from the name elements HUN "bear cup" and ger "javelin, spear".... [more]
Húngunn f Faroese
Faroese name with the combination of húnn "child, cub, bear cub" and gunnr "battle, fight".
Hunibald m Ancient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element in this Germanic name is rather uncertain, and so there are various possibilities to the name's meaning. The most likely possibility is that the first element refers to the Huns, who derive their name from Germanic hûn "giant." Other possibilities are Old Norse hûnn "bear cub" and Celtic kuno "high." It's also possible that the first element is a blend of hûn with Gothic kuni "family, kin, race, kind" (see Kunibert)... [more]
Hunibert m Ancient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element in this Germanic name is rather uncertain, and so there are various possibilities to the name's meaning. The most likely possibility is that the first element refers to the Huns, who derive their name from Germanic hûn "giant." Other possibilities are Old Norse hûnn "bear cub" and Celtic kuno "high." It's also possible that the first element is a blend of hûn with Gothic kuni "family, kin, race, kind" (see Kunibert)... [more]
Hunimund m Ancient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element in this Germanic name is rather uncertain, and so there are various possibilities to the name's meaning. The most likely possibility is that the first element refers to the Huns, who derive their name from Germanic hûn "giant." Other possibilities are Old Norse hûnn "bear cub" and Celtic kuno "high." It's also possible that the first element is a blend of hûn with Gothic kuni "family, kin, race, kind" (see Kunibert)... [more]
Hunith f Popular Culture
Anglicized form of Hunydd used in the BBC television series 'Merlin' (2008-2012), where it belongs to Merlin's mother.
Húnn m Ancient Scandinavian, Icelandic
From Old Norse húnn meaning "child, cub, bear cub".
Hunna f History (Ecclesiastical)
Feminine form of Huno. Saint Hunna (died ca. 679) is a French saint who devoted herself to serving the poor women of Strasbourg, France. Because she undertook to do the washing for her needy neighbors, she was nicknamed by her contemporaries "The Holy Washerwoman".
Hunny f & m English (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Honey. This spelling appears in the famous children books 'Winnie the Pooh' by A.A. Milne, not as a name, but a vocabulary word instead written on honey jars.
Huno m German (Rare, Archaic)
Short form of names beginning with the Germanic name element HUN like Hunold.
Hunold m German (Rare, Archaic), Medieval Polish
Formed from the two Germanic name elements hun "bear cub" and wald "to rule".
Hunóra f Hungarian
Feminine form of Hunor, meaning "Hun woman".
Hunorka f Hungarian
Feminine form of Hunor.
Hunsag m Caucasian Mythology
Meaning unknown. Hunsag (or Hunstag) was the Vainakh patron spirit of the forest and forest animals. He sought to kill hunters he met in the woods and was defended by the nature, flora, and fauna of the forest.
Hunt m English
Transferred use of the surname Hunt. May also be used as a diminutive of Hunter.
Huntington m English
Transferred use of the surname Huntington.
Huntley m & f English
Transferred use of the surname Huntley.
Huntress m & f English (Rare)
Transferred usage of the surname Huntress or derived directly from the word huntress.
Hunty f & m ?
Hunulf m Ancient Germanic
The meaning and origin of the first element in this Germanic name is rather uncertain, and so there are various possibilities to the name's meaning. The most likely possibility is that the first element refers to the Huns, who derive their name from Germanic hûn "giant." Other possibilities are Old Norse hûnn "bear cub" and Celtic kuno "high." It's also possible that the first element is a blend of hûn with Gothic kuni "family, kin, race, kind" (see Kunibert)... [more]
Húnulfr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements húnn "child, cub, bear cub" and ulfr "wolf".
Hunydd f Medieval Welsh
Old Welsh name of uncertain derivation, possibly from Welsh hun "sleep" or huan "sun". It was the name of a sweetheart of the 12th-century poet and soldier Hywel ap Owain.
Huo f Chinese
Chinese name meaning "Fire"
Huoch m Khmer
Means "to whistle" in Khmer.
Huojin m Chinese
means either "fire god" or "fire metal" in Chinese.
Huon m Medieval Breton
Breton cognate of Hugh.
Huong f Various
Variant of Hương or Hường used outside of Vietnam among people of Vietnamese descent.
Huor m Literature
The name of a character in J.R.R. Tolkien's books.
Hüpatia f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Hypatia.
Hüperión m Hungarian
Hungarian form of Hyperion.
Huppim m Biblical
Huppim was the ninth son of Benjamin in Genesis 46:21 and Numbers 26:39.
Hur m Biblical, Biblical Hebrew, Biblical Latin
Probably from the ancient Hebrew noun חור (hur), which means "something white" or "white stuff". This name belonged to several characters in the Old Testament, including a character in The Book of Exodus, who, along with Aaron, held up Moses' hands... [more]
Hura f Karachay-Balkar
From the Karachay-Balkar хур (hur) meaning "peaceful, calm".
Hurai m Biblical
From חוּרַי (churay) meaning "linen-weaver".... [more]
Huraira m & f Arabic
Means "kitten" in Arabic.
Hurairah m & f Arabic
Means "kitten" in Arabic.
Hurban m Sorbian
Sorbian form of Urban.
Hurbert m American
Variant of Herbert.
Hurbibi f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hur meaning "houri (virgin of paradise)" or "alluring girl" and bibi meaning "learned woman".
Hurbibish f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hur meaning "houri (virgin of paradise)" or "alluring girl" and bibish meaning "lady".
Hurchehra f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hur meaning "houri (virgin of paradise)" or "alluring girl" and chehra meaning "face".
Hurgul f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hur meaning "houri (virgin of paradise)" or "alluring girl" and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Hurhi m Quechua
Quechua form of George.
Huri f Turkish
Short for Huriye
Huriata f & m Maori
Maori name meaning "Turn Morning" "Dawn" Or "Daylight". Huri means to 'turn' or 'change' and Ata means 'Morning'.
Húrin m Literature
In the Middle-earth legendarium of J. R. R. Tolkien, Húrin was a hero of Men during the First Age, said to be the greatest warrior of the Edain.
Hurit m & f Indigenous American, Siksika, Algonquin
Means "good, fine, beautiful, handsome" in Unami, an extinct Algonquian language formerly spoken by Lenape people. This is not used as a name by the Lenape.
Huritt m Siksika, Indigenous American
means "handsome" in Niitsitapi
Huriye f Turkish
Means "heaven girl" in Turkish
Huriyyah f Arabic
Variant transcription of Huriyah.
Hurjahon f Uzbek
Derived from hur meaning "houri (virgin of paradise)" or "alluring girl" and jahon meaning "the world".
Hurjamol f Uzbek
Derived from hur meaning "houri (virgin of paradise)" or "alluring girl" and jamol meaning "beauty".
Hurjon f Uzbek
Derived from hur meaning "houri (virgin of paradise)" or "alluring girl" and jon meaning "spirit, soul".
Hurley m English
Transferred use of the surname Hurley.
Hurma f Turkmen, Turkish
Means "date" in Turkish and Turkmen.
Hurmatoy f Uzbek
Derived from hurmat meaning "respect" and oy meaning "moon".
Hürmüz m Turkish
Turkish form of Hormizd.
Hurmuz f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hur meaning "houri (virgin of paradise)" or "alluring girl" and muz meaning "ice".
Hurnet f Dutch (Rare)
Famous bearer is Dutch rower Hurnet Dekkers (born 1974).
Hurpari f Uzbek
Derived from hur meaning "houri (virgin of paradise)" or "alluring girl" and pari meaning "fairy".
Hurposhsha f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hur meaning "houri (virgin of paradise)" or "alluring girl" and poshsha, an endearing term for a girl or woman.
Hürrem f Ottoman Turkish
Means "the cheerful one" from Persian خرم‎ (khurram). A famous bearer was Hürrem Sultan (also known by the name Roxelana), a slave and then a concubine of Süleyman the Magnificent, sultan of the Ottoman Empire... [more]
Hurrish m Irish, Literature
Irish dialectical variant of Horatio, according to the Anglo-Irish writer Emily Lawless in her novel 'Hurrish' (1886).
Hurriya f Arabic
Means "freedom" in Arabic.
Hurriyat f Uzbek
Means "liberty" in Uzbek.
Hursadaf f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hur meaning "houri (virgin of paradise)" or "alluring girl" and sadaf meaning "mother-of-pearl".
Hursanam f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hur meaning "houri (virgin of paradise)" or "alluring girl" and sanam meaning "beauty, beautiful woman", also an Uyghur classical music genre.
Hurtoji f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hur meaning "houri (virgin of paradise)" or "alluring girl" and toj meaning "crown".
Husa f Medieval German
The origin of this name is unknown. The name resembles the German word Haus (dialectal: Hus) "house".
Husaini m Hausa
Hausa form of Husayn.
Hüsamettin m Turkish
An ancient Turkic name meaning "sharp sword". It is claimed that this is the real first name of the Turkish pop star Tarkan.
Húsbiǫrn m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements hús "house" and biǫrn "bear".
Hushang m Persian Mythology, Persian
Alternate transcription of Houshang.
Hushim m Biblical
Hushim was a son of Dan according to Genesis 46:23 and Numbers 26:42. He was one of the 70 souls to migrate to Egypt with Jacob.
Hushnoza f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hush meaning "intellect" and noz meaning "flirtiousness", "whim", "tenderness" or "fondness".
Husik m Armenian
Modern form of Yusik.
Husin m Indonesian, Malay, Filipino, Tausug
Indonesian, Malay and Tausug form of Husayn.
Husis-moxmox m Indigenous American
Means "yellow head" in Nez Perce. From the Nez Perce húsus 'head' and maqsmáqs 'yellow, sorrel'.
Husiy m Quechua
Quechua form of Joseph.
Husnah f Arabic, Indonesian, Malay
Arabic variant transcription of Husna as well as the Indonesian and Malay form.
Husnawati f Indonesian
Combination of the name Husna and the feminine suffix -wati.
Husnija m Bosnian
Variant of Husni.
Husnioy f Uzbek
Derived from husn meaning "beauty, charm" and oy meaning "moon".
Husniyah f Arabic (Rare), Indonesian, Malay (Rare), Thai (Muslim, Rare)
Arabic alternate transcription of Husniya as well as the Indonesian, Malay and Thai form.
Husnnora f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek husn meaning "beauty, charm, good moral character" and nor which can mean "camel", "birthmark", "pomegranate" or "fire".
Huso m & f African
Means "sadness of the bride".
Hüsrev m Turkish
Turkish form of Khusraw.
Hussam m Arabic
Variant transcription of Husam. Known bearers of this name include the Iraqi singer Hussam Al-Rassam (b. 1978), the Palestinian soccer player Hussam Abu Saleh (b... [more]
Hussin m Arabic, Malay, Filipino, Tausug
Arabic alternate transcription of Husayn as well as the Malay and Tausug form.
Huston m English (American, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Huston.
Hüsün m Turkish
Means "awe" in Turkish.
Hutao f Chinese
From Chinese 胡 () meaning "beard, whiskers, recklessly, wildly, barbarian" and 桃 (táo) meaning "peach". Other characters can form this name as well.... [more]
Hutch m English (Rare, Archaic)
Medieval diminutive of Hugh.
Hutchin m Medieval English
Medieval diminutive of Hugh.
Hutoka f Literature
The name of a fictional Native American woman in the book 'Hutoka, Or: The Maid of the Forest, a Tale of the Indian Wars' by Osgood Bradbury in 1846. According to the book, the meaning of the name is "springing fawn".
Hutran m Near Eastern Mythology, Elamite Mythology
In Elamite religion, Hutran is the son of the god Humban (also known by his epithet Napirisha) and his wife, the goddess Kiririsha.1 It is uncertain what kind of god he was, but since his name might possibly mean "overwhelmer" in Elamite2, it could be that he was a god of soldiers and fighters3... [more]
Hutton m & f English (American)
Transferred use of the surname Hutton.
Huugo m Finnish
Variant of Hugo.
Huupi-pahati m Comanche
Meaning, "tall tree."
Huwan m Quechua
Quechua form of John.
Huwcyn m Welsh
Diminutive of Huw.
Hux m English
Transferred use of the surname Hux.
Huxton m English (American, Rare)
Combination of Huxley and the popular suffix -ton.
Huyændon Ældar m Ossetian Mythology
Means "Lord of the Strait" in Ossetian, probably referring to the present-day Strait of Kerch. Huyændon Ældar is the Ossetian lord of fish and a great magician and spirit.
Huyana m Miwok
Means "rain falling" in Miwok.
Huyền f & m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 玄 (huyền) meaning "deep, profound, mysterious, black".
Huỳnh m & f Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 黃 (huỳnh) meaning "yellow".
Huynh m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 兄 (huynh) meaning "elder brother".
Hüýri f Turkmen
Means "houri" in Turkmen.
Huyu m Japanese
Japanese name meaning winter.
Huzan m & f Kurdish
Means "poetry" in Kurdish.
Hvalimir m Serbian
The first element of this name is derived from the Serbo-Croatian noun hvala "thanks". The second element is derived from Slavic mir "peace". A known bearer of this name was Hvalimir Belojević, a 9th-century Serbian duke.
Hvannar m Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
Icelandic combination of hvönn "Angelica archangelica" and herr "army".
Hvatarr m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of hvatr "active", "brisk", "vigorous", "manly" and geirr "spear".
Hvatmóðr m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name elements hvatr "active, brisk, vigorous, manly" and móðr "mind, spirit, courage".
Hvelgelmir m Norse Mythology
Possibly means "bubbling cauldron". In Norse mythology this is the name of a spring in Niflheimr where Níðhǫggr lives.
Hvězdomír m Czech
The first element of this name is derived from Czech hvězda "star", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic gvězda "star". Also compare Slovak hviezda and Russian zvezda, both of which mean "star"... [more]
Hvězdoslav m Czech
The first element of this name is derived from Czech hvězda "star", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic gvězda "star". Also compare Slovak hviezda and Russian zvezda, both of which mean "star"... [more]
Hvid m & f Danish (Rare)
Means “white” in Danish.
Hviezdomir m Slovak
The first element of this name is derived from Slovak hviezda "star", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic gvězda "star". Also compare Czech hvězda and Russian zvezda, both of which mean "star"... [more]
Hviezdoslav m Slovak
The first element of this name is derived from Slovak hviezda "star", which is ultimately derived from Proto-Slavic gvězda "star". Also compare Czech hvězda and Russian zvezda, both of which mean "star"... [more]
Hvít f Ancient Scandinavian
Feminine form of Hvítr.
Hvit f Norse Mythology, Norwegian
In the Hrolfs Saga Kraka, an old Norse mythological text, a woman named Hvit is queen of Norway. The word means "white" in Norwegian.
Hvit m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Hvítr.
Hvítaský m Ancient Scandinavian
Byname derived from Old Norse hvítaský meaning "white cloud".
Hvítr m Ancient Scandinavian
Byname derived from Old Norse hvítr meaning "white".
Hvitserk m Norse Mythology (Anglicized)
From the Old Norse Hvítserkr, from the elements hvítr "white" and serkr "shirt". In Norse legend this name belonged to one of the sons of the 9th-century king Ragnar Lodbrok and his wife Kráka.
Hvönn f Icelandic
From Icelandic hvönn meaning "Angelica archangelica" (a type of flower).
Hwa f & m Korean
From Sino-Korean 花 (hwa) meaning "flower", 和 (hwa) meaning "harmony, peace", as well as other hanja combinations.
Hwahyeop f Korean
Korean feminine name meaning "harmony".
Hwi-in f Korean
From Sino-Korean 輝 (hwi) meaning "brightness, luster, brilliance" combined with 人 (in) meaning "people; mankind".
Hwit m Old Danish
Old Danish form of Hvítr.
Hwlcyn m Medieval Welsh
Diminutive of Hywel.
Hyacinthia f Literature
Variant of Hyacintha. This name is borne by a character in the Russian fairy tale King Kojata. It also coincides with the name of an ancient Spartan festival that celebrated the death of Hyacinthus.
Hyacynthe m Norman
Norman form of Hyacinthus.
Hyakkimaru m Japanese Mythology
abandoned by parents at birth, started fighting demons to get body parts back, Dororo, hes 16/17
Hyale f Greek Mythology
The name of one of the band of sixty young Okeanid Nymphs which formed the core retinue of the goddess Artemis. Her name is derived from the word Ὑαλως (hyalos) meaning "crystal".
Hyangmae f Korean
From 香 "fragrant, sweet smelling, incense". Other combinations are possible.... [more]
Hyas m Greek Mythology
Ancient Greek masculine name derived from ῡ̔́ω (hū́ō) meaning "rain".
Hyatt m & f American
Transferred use of the surname Hyatt.
Hyben f Danish (Modern, Rare)
Taken directly from Danish hyben "rosehip".
Hybris f Greek Mythology
Possibly from the Greek yvris (Ὑβρις), meaning "insult". Hybris was a spirit or goddess of violence, insolence and outrageous behaviour.
Hyde m English
Derived from the surname Hyde. An English topographic surname​ for someone living on a hide of land. Hide was medieval land measure equal to the amount of land that could sustain one free family; usually 100 acres.
Hydra f Astronomy, Greek Mythology
Means "water-serpent" in Greek (from hydor "water"). In Greek myth this was the name of a many-headed Lernaean water serpent slain by Hercules. It is also a northern constellation that is said to resemble a serpent, as well as a moon of Pluto.
Hydrangea f Greek, English
First discovered in Japan, the name Hydrangea comes from the Greek hydor meaning “water”, and angos meaning “jar” or “vessel”. This roughly translates to "water barrel”, referring to the hydrangea's need for plenty of water and its cup-shaped flower.
Hydref m & f Welsh
Means winter
Hye-bin f Korean
From Sino-Korean 慧 "bright, intelligent" and 彬 "cultivated, well-bred".
Hye-gyeong f Korean
From Sino-Korean 惠 "favor, confer kindness", 蕙 "orchid" or 慧 "bright, intelligent" (hye) and 慶 "congratulate" or 敬 "respect" (gyeong).... [more]
Hye-in f Korean
From Sino Korean 惠 "favor, benefit, confer kindness" and 仁 "humaneness, benevolence, kindness".
Hye-ja f Korean
From Sino-Korean 惠 "favor, benefit, confer kindness" and 子 "child". The same characters can be read Keiko in Japanese. Hye-ja is one of a number of Japanese-style names ending in ja that were popular when Korea was under Japanese rule, but declined in popularity afterwards... [more]
Hye-jeong f Korean
From Sino-Korean 惠 (hye) "favor, benefit, confer kindness" and 貞 (jeong) "virtuous, chaste, pure; loyal.
Hye-jung f Korean
Variant transcription of Hye-jeong.
Hyekyeong f Korean
From Sino-Korean 惠 "favor, confer kindness", 蕙 "orchid" or 慧 "bright, intelligent" and 炅 "brilliance" or 卿 "noble" (gyeong).
Hye-kyung f Korean
Variant transcription of Hye-gyeong.
Hye-lin f Korean
Alternate spelling of Hye-rin.
Hyelni f African
Name means 'God has given me'. It is used by the burah's of Garkida in Adamawa state of Nigeria.
Hye-mi f Korean
From Sino-Korean 慧 "bright, intelligent" and 美 "beautiful, pretty; pleasing".
Hyeok m Korean
From Sino-Korean 革 "leather", 赫 "radiant", 奕 "abundant", 焱 "flames", 侐 "quiet" or 嚇 "scare".
Hyeokgyu m Korean
From Sino-Korean 革 "leather", 赫 "radiant", 奕 "abundant", 焱 "flames", 侐 "quiet" or 嚇 "scare" and 奎 (gyu) "stride of man".
Hyeok-jae m Korean
From Sino-Korean 赫 "bright, radiant, glowing" and 宰 "to slaughter; to rule".
Hyeon-a f Korean
From Sino-Korean 泫 "weep; cry; shine, glisten" (hyeon) and 我 "our, us, i, me, my, we" or 雅 "elegant, graceful, refined" (a). A famous bearer is South Korean singer Kim Hyuna (1992-).
Hyeong-gon m Korean
From Sino-Korean 亨 "smoothly, progressing, no trouble" and 坤 "earth; feminine, female".
Hyeon-gon m Korean
From Sino-Korean 賢 "virtuous, worthy, good; able" and 坤 "earth; feminine, female".
Hyeong-su m Korean
From Sino-Korean 亨 "smoothly, progressing, no trouble" and 洙, the name of a river in Shandong, China.
Hyeong-won m Korean
From Sino-Korean 馨 "fragrant, aromatic; distant fragrance" and 遠 "distant, remote, far; profound".
Hyeon-gyeong f Korean
From Sino-Korean 現 (hyeon) "appear, manifest, become visible" or 賢 (hyeon) "virtuous, worthy, good; able" and 敬 (gyeong) "respect, honor" or 慶 (gyeong) "congratulate, celebrate".
Hyeon-jin m & f Korean
From Sino-Korean 賢 "virtuous" (hyeon) and 進 "advance, make progress, enter" or 振 "raise, excite, arouse action" (jin).
Hyeon-jun m Korean
From Sino-Korean 賢 "virtuous, worthy, good" or 鉉 "device for carrying a tripod" (hyeon) and 俊 "talented, capable; handsome" (jun).
Hyeon-jung m Korean
From Sino-Korean 賢 "virtuous, worthy, good; able" and 重 "heavy, weighty; double".
Hyeon-seo f & m Korean
From Sino-Korean 晛 "sunlight" and 瑞 "felicitous omen; auspicious".
Hyeonseo f Korean
Combination of Korean Hanja "賢" meaning "Smart" and "瑞" meaning "Felicitous". Other combinations are possible.
Hyeon-seong m Korean
From Sino-Korean 賢 "virtuous, worthy, good; able" and 聖 "holy, sacred; sage".
Hyeon-seung m Korean
From Sino-Korean 賢 "virtuous, worthy, good" (hyeon), and 勝 "victory; excel, be better than" or 承 "inherit, receive; succeed" (seung).
Hyeon-sik m Korean
From Sino-Korean 炫 "shine, glitter; show off, flaunt" and 植 "plant, trees, plants; grow".
Hyeon-su m & f Korean
From Sino-Korean 賢 "virtuous" (hyeon), and 秀 "refined, elegant, graceful" or 洙, the name of a river in Shandong, China (su).
Hyeon-suk f Korean
From Sino-Korean 賢 "virtuous, worthy, good" and 淑 "good, pure, virtuous, charming".
Hyeontak m Korean
From Sino-Korean 亨 "smoothly, progressing, no trouble" or From Sino-Korean 賢 "virtuous, worthy, good; able" and 탁 meaning wide
Hyeon-yeong f Korean
From Sino-Korean 賢 "virtuous, worthy, good; able" and 榮 "glory, honor; flourish, prosper".
Hyeri f Korean
Means "charming, expressive, and witty". Hyeri is also a popular singer in South Korea under the group Girls Day.
Hye-rim f Korean
From Sino-Korean 慧 "bright, intelligent", 蕙 "orchid" or 惠 "favor, confer kindness" (hye) and 林 "forest, grove" or 琳 "beautiful jade, gem" (rim).
Hye-rin f Korean
From Sino-Korean 慧 "bright, intelligent" or 惠 "favor, benefit, confer kindness" (hye), and 潾 "clear water" or 璘 "luster of jade" (rin).
Hye-seon f Korean
From Sino-Korean 惠 "favor, benefit, confer kindness" and 善 "good, virtuous, charitable, kind".
Hye-seong m & f Korean
Means "comet" from Sino-Korean 彗星 (mainly masculine), made up of 彗 (hye) meaning "comet" and 星 (seong) meaning "star." Other hanja used include 惠 (hye) meaning "grace, blessing," 成 (seong) meaning "attain, achieve" and 性 (seong) meaning "nature, character, personality."
Hye-su f Korean
From Sino-Korean 惠 "favor, benefit, confer kindness" and 秀 "flowering, luxuriant; refined, elegant, graceful".
Hye-won f Korean
From Sino-Korean 慧 (hye) "bright, intelligent" and 沅 (won), the name of a river in western Hunan, China.
Hye-yeon f Korean
From Sino-Korean 慧 "bright, intelligent" and 娟 "beautiful, graceful".
Hye-yeong f Korean
From Sino-Korean 惠 (hye) "favor, benefit, confer kindness" or 慧 (hye) "bright, intelligent" and 英 (yeong) "petal, flower, leaf; brave, a hero".
Hye-yoon f Korean
Variant transcription of Hye-yun.
Hye-yun f Korean
From Sino-Korean 慧 "bright, intelligent" or 惠 "favor, benefit, confer kindness" (hye), and 允 "allow, consent" or 潤 "soft, sleek" (yun).
Hygebald m Anglo-Saxon
Derived from the Old English elements hyge "thought, mind" and beald "bold". This was the name of a 7th-century Anglo-Saxon saint, also known as Hybald.
Hygeia f Greek Mythology
Greek goddess of medical cleanliness, the English word hygiene is derived from her name.
Hygelac m Anglo-Saxon Mythology
Old English form of Hugleikr. This name occurs in the 8th-century epic poem 'Beowulf' belonging to a king of the Geats.
Hygin m French, Polish, Romanian
French, Polish and Romanian form of Hyginus.
Hyginas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Hyginus.
Hyjdla f Silesian
Variant of Hajdla.
Hyjnor m Albanian
Means "divine, miraculous" in Albanian.
Hykka m Cornish (Archaic)
Cornish diminutive of Richard.
Hyla f English (Modern, Rare)
Inflienced by Hayla. A name created using the -yla trend in names such as Kyla and Tyla.
Hylaeus m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ὑλαιος (Hylaios), which is probably derived from Greek ὕλη (hylē) meaning "forest, woodland". However, it could also have been derived from Greek ὗλις (hylis) "mud" or from Greek ὑλάω (hylaō) meaning "to bark, to bay"... [more]
Hylan m American (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Hylan.
Hylia f Popular Culture
Hylia is the name of The Goddess in the video game The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword.
Hylie f American (Rare)
Perhaps a variant of Hayley blending it with Kylie.
Hylla f Popular Culture
Name of a character in the Heroes of Olympus. Hylla Ramírez-Arellano is the daughter of the goddess Bellona and the Queen of the Amazons.
Hylo m American (Rare)
Nickname given to bluegrass singer and guitarist Frank "Hylo" Brown, Jr. (1922-2003) due to his broad vocal range.
Hylonome f Greek Mythology
Etymology unknown.
Hylur m Icelandic
From Icelandic hylur meaning "pool, deep hole in a beck".
Hymen m Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek hymenaios meaning "bridal song, hymeneal (wedding hymn)". In Greek mythology Hymen was the god of marriage and weddings, supposed to preside over every wedding.
Hymir m Ancient Scandinavian, Icelandic (Modern, Rare), Norse Mythology
Means "darkening one", related to húm ("semi-darkness, twilight"). This is the name of a giant in Norse mythology, the father of Týr, from whom Thor wants to fetch a cauldron for the Æsir... [more]
Hymn f English
Comes from the English word hymn which derives from Greek hymnos meaning a song or religious poem to God.
Hymnia f English
Diminutive of Polyhymnia.
Hymy f & m Finnish (Rare)
Means "smile" in Finnish.
Hynden f English (Modern, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Hynden.
Hyndla f Norse Mythology, Ancient Scandinavian
Means "the dog". In Norse mythology this is the name of a giantess who insults Freyja.
Hyness m Popular Culture
Hyness is the principal villain in Kirby Star Allies, serving as the penultimate boss in Story Mode.
Hyniek m Silesian
Silesian form of Heniek.
Hynki m Vilamovian
Vilamovian form of Henry.
Hyōe m Japanese
This name combines 兵 (hyou, hei, tsuwamono) meaning "army, soldier" and 衛 (ei, e) meaning "defense, protection."... [more]
Hyo-jeong f & m Korean
From Sino-Korean 孝 "filial piety, obedience" or 曉 "dawn, daybreak; clear, explicit" (hyo), and 貞 "virtuous, chaste, pure; loyal", 正 "right, proper, correct" or 庭 "courtyard" (jeong).
Hyo-jin f & m Korean
From Sino-Korean 孝 "filial piety, obedience" (hyo), and 眞 "real, actual, true, genuine" or 珍 "precious, valuable, rare" (jin).
Hyo-ju f Korean
From Sino-Korean 孝 "filial piety, obedience" and 周 "circumference".
Hyo-jun m Korean
From Sino-Korean 孝 "filial piety, obedience" and 準 "rule, guideline, standard".
Hyok m Korean
Variant transcription of Hyeok.
Hyo-ri f Korean
From Sino-Korean 孝 "filial piety, obedience" and 利 "gains, advantage, profit, merit". A famous bearer is South Korean singer Lee Hyori (1979-).
Hyōta m Japanese
From Japanese 瓢 (hyō) meaning "gourd" or 豹 (hyō) meaning "leopard, panther" combined with 太 (ta) meaning "thick, big", 多 (ta) meaning "many", or 田 (ta) meaning "rice paddy". Other kanji combinations are possible... [more]
Hyousuke m Japanese
"Helpful Soldier"
Hyo-yeon f Korean
From Sino-Korean 孝 "filial piety, obedience" and 淵 "gulf, abyss, deep".
Hypace m French
French form of Hypatios via it's Latinized form Hypatius.
Hypatie f French
French form of Hypatia.
Hypatios m Late Greek
Masculine form of Hypatia.
Hypatius m Late Greek (Latinized), Late Roman
Latinized form of Hypatios. Bearers of this name include Roman senator Flavius Hypatius (4th century AD) and saint Hypatius of Gangra (4th century AD).
Hyperenor m Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek ὑπέρ (hyper) meaning "over, above, beyond" combined with the Greek noun ἀνήρ (aner) meaning "man".... [more]
Hypérion m French
French form of Hyperion.
Hyperippe f Greek Mythology
Derived from ὑπέρ (hupér) meaning “above” and ἵππος (híppos) meaning “horse”.
Hypermnestra f Greek Mythology
Feminine name taken from Greek mythology meaning "the much-wooed one". Hypermnestra was one of Danaus' fifty daughters, the Danaids. When ordered to kill her husband on their wedding night, her sisters complied whilst Hypermnestra refused... [more]
Hyperochus m Greek Mythology
Derived from ῠ̔πέρ (hupér) meaning "above, over, across, beyond" and ὄχος (ókhos) meaning "chariot", or, more broadly, "anything which holds, bears something".
Hypnos m Greek Mythology
Means "sleep" in Greek. This was the name of the Greek personification of sleep, twin brother of Thanatos.
Hypocrisy m Literature
Middle English from Old French ypocrisie, via ecclesiastical Latin, from Greek hupokrisis ‘acting of a theatrical part’, from hupokrinesthai ‘play a part, pretend’, from hupo ‘under’ + krinein ‘decide, judge.’
Hypolith m German (Bessarabian)
Bessarabian German form of Hippolytos.
Hyppoliet m Russian
Derived from Greek hippos, meaning "horse".
Hypsée m French
French form of Hypseus.
Hypsenor m Greek Mythology
Derived from the Greek noun ὕψος (hypsos) meaning "height" as well as "top, summit" and "grandeur" combined with the Greek noun ἀνήρ (aner) meaning "man".... [more]
Hypseus m Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek ὕψος (hypsos) meaning "height". This name was borne by three characters in Greek mythology, one of them being the son of the river god Peneus by the nymph Creusa.
Hypsicles m Ancient Greek
Derived from ῠ̔́ψῐ (húpsi) meaning “on high, aloft” and -κλῆς (-klês) meaning “fame”.
Hypsipyle f Greek Mythology
Derived from ὕψῐ (húpsi) meaning “on high” and πύλη (púlē) meaning "door, gate".
Hyrcanus m History
Means "of Hyrcania", Hyrcania being a Greek form of the Persian name Verkâna, which meant "wolf-land" and referred to a historical region in Persia. Hyrcanus was a member of the Hasmonean dynasty, the Jewish High Priest and King of Judea in the 1st century BC.
Hyrrokkin f Norse Mythology
a giantess from Norse mythology, who launched Hringhorni, Baldr's funeral ship
Hyrtacus m Greek Mythology
In Greek mythology, Hyrtacus is an obscure character associated with the Trojan War. He was a comrade of King Priam of Troy and married Arisbe, daughter of King Merops of Percote, after Priam had divorced her to marry Hecabe... [more]
Hysejn m Albanian
Albanian form of Husain.
Hysni m Albanian
Albanian form of Husni.
Hyssop f Medieval English (Rare)
Derived from Latin hyssopus "hyssop" (Middle English ysope). This rare name was not used outside of England.
Hystaspes m Ancient Persian (Hellenized), History
Hellenized form of Vishtaspa. This was the name of the father of Darius the Great.
Hyūga m Japanese (Modern)
Derived from place name Hyūga, as a name, also written as 陽向.... [more]
Hyuga m Japanese (Modern)
Variant transcription of Hyūga.