Submitted Names Starting with H

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Hanon f Japanese
From Japanese 羽 (ha) meaning "feather" combined with 音 (non) meaning "sound". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Hanora f Irish, English (Rare)
Irish variant of Honora.
Hanora f Belarusian
Belarusian form of Honora.
Hanpei m Japanese (Rare)
Han means "Odd Number, Part, Semi-, Half, Middle" and Pei means "Peace, Level, Flat, Even". My source is Hanpeita and a computer scientist named Hanpei Koike.
Hanpeita m Japanese (Rare, Archaic)
This name is used as 半平太 with 半 (han, naka.ba) meaning "half, middle, odd number, part-, semi-," 平 (hyou, byou, hei) meaning "plain, flat, even, level" and 太 (ta, tai, futo.i, futo.ru) meaning "big, plump, thick."... [more]
Hánsa m Sami
Sami form of Hans.
Han-sarang f & m Korean (Modern, Rare)
From Sarang prefixed with 한 (han), either a determiner from the numeral Hana meaning "one," or the present determiner form of adjective 하다 (hada) meaning "big, large, great."
Hansbert m German (Rare, Archaic), Dutch
A coinage from the given name Hans and the name element BERT from Germanic beraht "bright". It may be influenced by Ansbert.
Häns’che m Romani
Romani form of Hänschen.... [more]
Hänschen m German (Rare)
German diminutive of Hans, as it contains the German diminutive suffix -chen.... [more]
Hãnse m Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Hans.
Hanse f Medieval Baltic
Recorded in 13th-century Latvia, it is a feminine form of Hans.
Hänsel m German (Archaic), Literature
German diminutive of Hans, best known from the fairytale Hänsel und Gretel (English: Hansel and Gretel).
Hansel m English, Literature
English form of Hänsel.
Hansen m English
Transferred use of the surname Hansen.
Hansford m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Hansford.
Hanshin m Japanese
From Japanese 範 (han) meaning "to control" combined with 真 (shin) meaning "true, reality". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Hansi m German, Scots
German and Shetlandic Scots diminutive of Hans. As a German name, it is rarely, if ever, used as a given name in its own right.
Hansi f German (Austrian, Rare)
A rare feminine form of Hans.... [more]
Hansie m Afrikaans
Short form of Johannes.
Hansigne f Danish (Rare)
Feminine form of Hans.
Hansiina f Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Hansîna.
Hansika f Indian, Hindi
Means "swan" in Hindi.
Hansîna f Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Hansina.
Hansine f German (Rare)
A feminine form of Hans showing Scandinavian influence (compare Danish Hansigne and Hansina).
Hansinnguaq m Greenlandic
Greenlandic combination of Hans and -nnguaq "sweet, dear".
Hansita f Hindi, Telugu
Means "gorgeous" in Hindi and Telugu, possibly derived from the word स्वान (hans) meaning "swan".
Hansje m & f Dutch, West Frisian
When borne by a female person, this name is a good example of how one can turn a very masculine name (Hans) into a feminine name by simply adding the diminutive suffix je to the original name... [more]
Han-sol f & m Korean (Modern)
From Sol prefixed with 한 (han), either a determiner from the numeral Hana meaning "one," or the present determiner form of adjective 하다 (hada) meaning "big, large, great."... [more]
Han-som f & m Korean (Modern, Rare)
From Som prefixed with 한 (han), either a determiner from the numeral Hana meaning "one," or the present determiner form of adjective 하다 (hada) meaning "big, large, great."
Hanson m English
Transferred use of the surname Hanson.
Han-song-i f Korean (Modern, Rare)
From Song-i prefixed with 한 (han), either a determiner from the numeral Hana meaning "one," or the present determiner form of adjective 하다 (hada) meaning "big, large, great."
Hansotto m German, German (Swiss)
Combination of Hans and Otto.
Hansruedi m German (Swiss)
Combination of Hans and Ruedi. This was borne by the Swiss surrealist painter Hans Rudolf "Hansruedi" Giger (1940-2014).
Hanß m German (Archaic), Medieval German
Archaic spelling variant of Hans.
Hansuke m Japanese
Hansuke means "a very helpful friend".
Hansulrich m German
Combination of Hans and Ulrich.
Hanszka f Polish
Diminutive of Hanna.
Hanta m Inuit
Inuktitut form of Hunter.
Ha-nui f Korean (Modern, Rare)
From the native Korean word referring to the west direction or wind.... [more]
Hanuk m Nepali (Anglicized, Modern)
infact it is biblical name translated into nepali language Enoch
Hanukkah m & f Hebrew
From the Jewish holiday celebrated in December, Hanukkah. It is used to celebrate how God made one day of oil last eight.
Han-ul m & f Korean (Modern)
From an archaic variant of Haneul (compare Han-eol and Hanul)... [more]
Hanul f & m Korean (Modern, Rare)
From an archaic and dialectal variant of Haneul (compare Han-eol). It can also be a variant transcription of Han-ul or Haneul, the latter being the case for figure skater Kim Ha-nul (2002-).
Haňule f Czech
Diminutive of Hana.
Hanuman m Hinduism, Indian, Hindi
Probably means "possessing a (large or disfigured) jaw" from Sanskrit हनु (hánu) meaning "cheek, jaw" and the suffix मत् (-mat) denoting possession. This is the name of a Hindu monkey god, the son of Anjana and Vayu.
Hanung m Indonesian
Means "great child" in Indonesian.
Hanunia f Polish
Diminutive of Hanna.
Hanusia f Polish
Diminutive of Hanna.
Hanuška f Czech
Diminutive form of Hana.
Hanusza f Polish
Diminutive of Hanna.
Hanuszka f Polish
Diminutive of Hanna.
Hänuzä f Tatar
From the Tatar һәнүз (hänuz), a variant form of һаман (haman) meaning "all, everything", "always, all the time" or "to this day".
Hanya f Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Jewish, Hebrew, Yiddish
Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, and Yiddish diminutive of Hanna 1, Hanna 2, or Johanna.
Hanys m Silesian
Silesian form of Jan via German Hans.
Hanysek m Silesian
Diminutive of Hanys.
Hanyuu f Japanese
Female name meaning "feather"
Hańža f Sorbian
Upper Sorbian form of Agnes. Hańža Bjeńšowa (*1919) is a Sorbian writer.
Hanzi m Romani
Romani form of Hans.
Hańžka f Sorbian
Variant of Hańža.
Hanzlik m Silesian
Diminutive of Hanys.
Hanzo m Sorbian
Sorbian cognate of Honza.
Hanzuł m Vilamovian
Diminutive of Hannys.
Hạo m Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 昊 (hạo) meaning "summer, sky, heaven", 浩 (hạo) meaning "great, numerous, vast" or 顥 (hạo) meaning "luminous, white".
Hao m Chinese
From Chinese character 昊 (hào) meaning "vastness (of the sky)" or 郝 (Hǎo), an ancient place in modern-day Shanxi province, or 豪 (háo) meaning "open-minded; straightforward".... [more]
Haoa m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Howard.
Haojie m & f Chinese
From Chinese 浩 (hào) meaning "great, numerous, vast" or 豪 (háo) meaning "brave, heroic, chivalrous" combined with 杰 (jié) meaning "heroic, outstanding"... [more]
Haoli m Chinese
From Chinese hao, meaning "pearl", and li, meaning "black". Note that other combinations are also possible.
Haoming m & f Chinese
From Chinese 灏 or 浩 (hào) meaning "great, numerous, vast" combined with 明 (míng) meaning "bright, light, clear"... [more]
Haonys m Vilamovian
Variant of Hannys.
Haonza m Vilamovian
Variant of Honza.
Haotian m Chinese
From Chinese 浩 (hào) meaning "great, numerous, vast" combined with 田 (tián) meaning "field, rice paddy" or 天 (tiān) meaning "sky, heaven"... [more]
Haouys f Medieval French
Medieval French cognate of Hawys.
Haoxi m & f Chinese
It means "a good hi"
Haoyue f Chinese
From Chinese 皓 (hào) "bright" and 月 (yuè) "moon". This is a Chinese word as well as a feminine name.
Hapaki m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Herbert.
Ḫapantali f Near Eastern Mythology
Etymology unknown. This was the name of an Anatolian and Luwian pastoral goddess associated with sheep.
Hapii f Japanese
From Japanese 幸 (hapii) meaning "happiness" or other kanji pronounced in the same way.... [more]
Happiness f American (Modern, Rare)
From the English word happiness.
Hapsah f Indonesian, Malay
Indonesian and Malay form of Hafsa.
Hapula f Sorbian
Sorbian name related to Apollonia.
Haqiq f Uzbek
Means "carnelian" in Uzbek.
Həqiqət f Azerbaijani
Means "truth, reality" in Azerbaijani.
Haqiqat f Uzbek
Means "truth" in Uzbek.
Haqqi m Bengali
Meaning "Someone Who Holds the Truth".
Haqvin m Swedish (Rare)
From from the Old Norse name Hákon via Latin Haquinus.
Hár m Ancient Scandinavian
Variant of Hǫr or Hárr, or derived from hár ("blind").
Hara f Japanese
Means "wilderness" (noun) or "raw" (adj.) in Japanese.
Hara f Greek
Alternate transcription of Greek Χαρα (see Chara).
Haraali m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Harâle.
Harailt m Scottish Gaelic
Scottish Gaelic form of Harold.
Harakat f Uzbek
Means "attempt, effort, deed" in Uzbek.
Háral m Sami
Sami form of Harald.
Haralambos m Greek
Alternate transcription of Greek Χαραλαμπος (see Charalampos).
Haralds m Latvian
Latvian borrowing of Harald.
Harâle m Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Harald.
Hâralte m Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Harald.
Harambe m Popular Culture, Pet
The name of a western lowland gorilla that was shot and killed at the Cincinnati Zoo in May 2016. He was named for Rita Marley's song "Harambe" (1988), which was taken from Swahili harambee meaning "communal labour" or "pull together".
Harambee m Swahili
Means "all pull together" in Swahili. It is the official motto of Kenya.
Harameyn m Arabic
The name comes from Al-Masjid al-Ḥarām. The meaning is "sanctuary" or "sacred"
Harasim m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Gerasimos.
Haraśka m Belarusian
Diminutive of both Harasim and Hieranim.
Hārata f Maori
Maori form of Charlotte.
Haratsy m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Horatius.
Haratsyia f Belarusian
Belarusian form of Horatia.
Harbaani f Indian (Sikh)
Har, meaning god... [more]
Harbans m & f Indian, Punjabi
From the name of the Hindu god Hari and Sanskrit वास (vasa) meaning "dwelling, home, abode".
Harbert m Dutch
Dutch form of Herbert.
Harbhajan m & f Indian (Sikh), Punjabi
Derived from Sanskrit हर (hara) meaning "bearing, wearing" and भजन (bhajana) meaning "sharing, distribution" or "reverence, worship".
Harbor f & m English
From the English word harbor, a body of water for anchoring ships, ultimately from the Old English herebeorg "shelter, refuge". It may also be the transferred use of the surname Harbor.
Härborg f Old Swedish
Old Swedish variant of Herborg.
Hardaric m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Gothic hardus (hart in Old High German) "brave, hardy" combined with rîcja "powerful, strong, mighty." The second element is also closely related to Celtic rîg or rix and Gothic reiks, which all mean "king, ruler."
Hardarik m Ancient Germanic, German (Rare)
The name is formed from the name elements HARDA "hard" and RIK "king, ruler".... [more]
Hardbert m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Gothic hardus (hart in Old High German) "brave, hardy" combined with Old High German beraht "bright."
Harden m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Harden.
Hardewijn m Dutch
Dutch form of Hardwin.
Hardfrid m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Gothic hardus (hart in Old High German) "brave, hardy" combined with Old High German fridu "peace."
Hardgrim m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Gothic hardus (hart in Old High German) "brave, hardy" combined with Old Norse grîma "mask."
Hardi m German, Estonian
Short form of names containing the name element -hard / -hart "hard".
Hardie m English
Transferred use of the surname Hardie.
Hardik m Indian (Modern)
The meaning of the name Hardik is 'Full of Love', 'From the heart'.... [more]
Hardin m English (American, Rare, Archaic)
Transferred use of the surname Hardin.
Hardin m Sanskrit, Hinduism, Hindi, Indian, Gujarati, Marathi, Assamese, Bengali, Punjabi, Indian (Sikh), Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil
MEANING - feeling affection for, affectionate
Hardmund m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Gothic hardus (hart in Old High German) "brave, hardy" combined with Old High German mund "protection."
Hardmut m Ancient Germanic
Variant of Hartmut; derived from Gothic hardus (hart in Old High German) "brave, hardy" combined with Gothic môds (mut in New High German) "mind, spirit".
Hardo m Estonian
Variant of Hardi.
Hardouin m French
French form of Hartwin.
Hardrad m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Gothic hardus (hart in Old High German) "brave, hardy" combined with Old High German rât "counsel."
Hardulf m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Gothic hardus (hart in Old High German) "brave, hardy" combined with Gothic vulfs "wolf."
Hare f Albanian
Means "great joy, elation, merriment" in Albanian.
Hareem f Urdu, Punjabi
Variant transcription of Harim.
Hårek m Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of Hárekr. Famous bearers are Hårek Ludvig Hansen (14 July 1901 – 1 March 1996), Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party and Hårek Elvenes (born 17 June 1959), Norwegian politician for the Conservative Party.
Harek m Old Danish
Old Danish form of Hárekr.
Hárekr m Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse combination of ha (Germanic name element of uncertain origin) and ríkr "mighty, distinguished, rich".
Hárekur m Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Hárekr.
Harela f Hebrew
Feminine form of Harel.
Haren f Japanese
From Japanese 波 (ha) meaning "wave" combined with 蓮 (ren) meaning "lotus". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Hareru m & f Japanese (Rare)
From the verb 晴れる (hareru) meaning "to clear up, be sunny; to refresh."... [more]
Hareruia m & f Maori
Maori form of Hallelujah.
Hareruya m & f Japanese (Rare)
From Hareru, either used on its own or combined with a ya kanji, like 也, 耶, 哉 or 矢 meaning "arrow," possibly inspired by Hallelujah.... [more]
Hareta m Japanese
From Japanese 晴 (hare) meaning "clear weather, sunny" combined with 田 (ta) meaning "rice field", 太 (ta) meaning "big, thick", or 他 (ta) meaning "other". Other kanji or kanji combinations can form this name as well... [more]
Hareton m Literature
Perhaps from an English place name meaning "hare town", but possibly a name invented by Emily Brontë for a character in her novel 'Wuthering Heights' (1847).
Harfang m Literature
From a name of the snowy owl, originally Swedish harfång, which means "hare-catcher" from har(e) "hare" and fånga "to catch". It occurs briefly in the 'Harry Potter' series belonging to a pure-blood wizard (Harfang Longbottom) and in 'The Chronicles of Narnia' series (in the sixth book, 'The Silver Chair') as the name of a city of giants ("the great city of the far northern giants (the civilized ones)").
Hargita f Hungarian
Derived from the name of the "Harghita Mountains" (Hargita in Hungarian) in Romania.
Hargitta f Hungarian
Variant form of Hargita.
Hargiza f Uzbek
Possibly derived from hargiz meaning "not ever".
Hari m Filipino, Tagalog, Cebuano
From Tagalog and Cebuano hari meaning "king".
Hari f Welsh
Short form of Angharad
Hari m Welsh
Variant of Harri
Hariasa f Germanic Mythology
Hariasa is a Germanic goddess attested on a (now lost) stone bearing a Latin dedication to her. Her name is likely derived from Proto-Germanic *harja "army; battle". Linguist Siegfried Gutenbrunner reconstructed the form *Hari-ansus "army goddess; war goddess", while Rudolf Simek compares her name to that of the valkyrie Herja.
Hāriata f Maori
Maori form of Harriet.
Harib m Arabic
It means "war-wager; evil person". The background comes from Arabic "حرب" meaning war. This name is disliked by Muslims since it has the word ''war'' in it.
Haribald m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German hari "army" combined with Old High German bald "bold, brave."
Haribod m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German hari "army" combined with Gothic biutan "to offer" or Old High German boto "bid, offer."
Haribrand m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German hari "army" combined with Old Norse brand "sword."
Hariburg f Ancient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from Old High German hari "army." The second element is derived from Gothic bairgan (bergan in Old High German) "to keep, to save, to preserve", or from Old High German burg "fortress."
Hariclea f Romanian (Rare)
Romanian form of Chariclea. It was most famously borne by Romanian opera singer Hariclea Darclée.
Hariclia f Greek (Rare)
Variant transcription of Hariklia.
Harideb m Assamese
Name of Lord Vishnu.
Haridian f Spanish (Canarian)
Derived from Guanche *asidd n wayyur meaning "moonlight". Another meaning is "goat", from Guanche *aridaman.
Haries m Indonesian
Indonesian form of Harith.
Hariet f English
Variant of Harriet.
Harietta f English (Rare)
Elaboration on Hariet and variant of Harrietta.
Harigild m & f Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German hari "army" combined with Gothic gild "sacrifice."
Harigund f Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German hari "army" combined with Old High German gund "war."
Harii m & f Japanese
From Japanese 葉 (ha) meaning "leaf" combined with 里 (ri) meaning "village". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Harijs m Latvian
Latvian borrowing of Harry.
Harik m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Hárekr.
Harika f Turkish
Directly taken from Turkish harika "miracle; wonderful; lovely".
Hariklia f Greek
Modern Greek transcription of Chariclea.
Hárikur m Faroese
Faroese modern form of Hárekr.
Harilal m Indian
Combination of Hari and Lal. This was the name of Harilal Gandhi, the estranged eldest son of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi.
Hariland m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German hari "army" combined with land "land."
Harilaos m Greek
Modern transcription of Charilaos.
Harim m Ancient Hebrew
Meaning "with pierced nose." May also mean "destroyed" or "dedicated to God" depending on your source.
Harimar m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German hari "army" combined with Old High German mâri "famous."
Harimella f Germanic Mythology
Harimella is a Germanic goddess known from an inscription in Dumfriesshire, Scotland. The first element of her name is derived from Germanic *xarjaz (harjaz) "army", the second element -mella is of debated origin and meaning... [more]
Harimund m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German hari "army" combined with Old High German mund "protection."
Harinakshi f Sanskrit, Indian
Indian and Sanskrit feminine name meaning "one with eyes like deer" or "Dow eyed".
Harini f Tamil
Lord Vishnu... [more]
Hariph m Biblical, English (Puritan), Medieval English
From the root harap with multiple meanings. The masculine noun חרף (horep), literally meaning a (fruit-)gathering; used only in the sense of harvest or harvest time (Genesis 8:22), and subsequently to denote the season of autumn or winter (the season which contains the Hebrew ninth month, which is our November to December — Jeremiah 36:22)... [more]
Harir f & m Arabic
Means "silk" in Arabic.
Harira f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek harir meaning "fine silk fabric".
Hariric m Ancient Germanic
Means "powerful army", derived from Old High German hari "army" combined with rîcja "powerful, strong, mighty." The second element is also closely related to Celtic rîg or rix and Gothic reiks, which all mean "king, ruler."
Harishankar m Bodo
Meaning "Strong" and from Lord Vishnu and Lord Shankar.
Harisson m & f English (British)
It is a variation of the french word Hérisson, meaning 'hedgehog'.
Harisu m English (Australian)
This name was made for a baby (1 year old) in Australia with a talent to solve most math questions without being taught. its said that babies with this name will be blessed with cleverness. Can also mean "Smart kid" or "Intelligent" The name came from the name Harrison.
Harit m Kashmiri
Meaning "Lush Greenery".
Hariti f Japanese Mythology
Hārītī (Sanskrit), also known as Kishimojin (鬼子母神?), is a Buddhist goddess for the protection of children, easy delivery, happy child rearing and parenting, harmony between husband and wife, love, and the well-being and safety of the family.
Hariton m Serbian (Rare), Croatian (Rare)
Serbian and Croatian form of Chariton.
Harits m Indonesian
Indonesian form of Harith.
Haritz m Basque
Derived from Basque haritz "oak".
Haritzeder m Basque
Means "slender oak" in Basque.
Hariulf m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German hari meaning "army" combined with Gothic vulfs meaning "wolf". Also compare Ariulf and Arulf.... [more]
Harivansh m Indian, Hindi
Means "lineage of Hari" from Sanskrit हरि (hári), another name for Vishnu or Krishna, combined with वंश (vaṃśá) meaning "lineage, descent".
Hariward m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German hari "army" combined with Old High German wart "guard."
Hariwin m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German hari "army" combined with Old High German wini "friend."
Hariwolfar m Ancient Scandinavian
Proto-Norse name and a combination of hariaR "warrior" and ulfr "wolf".
Hariwulfr m Ancient Scandinavian
Proto-Norse younger form of Hariwolfar.
Harja f Albanian
From the Albanian hare meaning "merriment".
Harjo m Indonesian, Javanese
Means "congratulations, good luck" or "good" in Javanese.
Härjulf m Old Swedish, Swedish
Old Swedish form of Hæriulfr.
Hark m American (South)
Possibly a religious themed named from the word Hark, meaning "listen," a popular word used in the Bible.
Harkány m Hungarian
Etymology uncertain, perhaps from harkály meaning "woodpecker".
Harkles m Romani
Derived from the surname Harkless.
Harl m English
Transferred use of the surname Harl.
Harla f English (Modern, Rare)
Perhaps in invented name, intended to be a feminine form of Harlan or a shortened form of Harlene. Influence by the sound of similar names such as Marla.
Harlampi m Russian
Russian variant transcription of Kharlampiy.
Harlean f English
This was Jean Harlow's real first name.
Harlean f English (Archaic)
Possibly a rare variant of Harley. This was the real name of American actress Jean Harlow (1911-1937), who was born Harlean Harlow Carpenter.
Harleen f Popular Culture, English (Modern)
A fictional name created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm for the popular cartoon series Batman: The Animated Series. The name was given to a new character, Dr. Harleen Quinzel "Harley Quinn", as a play on the word 'harlequin'... [more]
Härlef m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Herleifr.
Härlek m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Herleikr.
Harlen m & f English
Variant of Harlan.
Harlene f English
Possibly a variant of Harlen, or the feminine form of Harlan.
Harlequin m & f Popular Culture, English (Modern)
Refers to the comedic servant character of Italian Commedia dell'arte. It is derived (via Old French) from Old English Herla, a character often identified with Woden.... [more]
Harleyquinn f English (American)
Combination of Harley and Quinn. Harley Quinn is a fictional character in comic books by DC Comics and was one of the main characters in the 2016 movie 'Suicide Squad'... [more]
Harlie f & m English (Rare)
Variant of Harley.
Harlin m English
Variant of Harlan.
Härlög m Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Herlaugr.
Harlowe f & m English
Variant of Harlow.
Harly m & f English (Modern, Rare)
Diminutive of Harlyn, or a variant of Harley.
Harma f Frisian
Feminine form of Harmann.
Harmann m Frisian
Frisian variant of Herman.
Harmat f Hungarian
Means "dew" in Hungarian.
Harmatka f Hungarian (Rare)
Derived from Hungarian harmat "dew" combined with a diminutive suffix.
Harmeet m & f Indian (Sikh)
From the name of the Hindu god Hari combined with Sanskrit मित्र (mitra) meaning "friend".
Harmen m West Frisian, North Frisian, Low German, Dutch
Frisian and Low German form of Herman.... [more]
Harmike f Frisian
Diminutive of Harma.
Harmke f Dutch, German (Rare), West Frisian
Feminine form of Harm. A known bearer of this name is the Dutch journalist and presenter Harmke Pijpers (b. 1946).
Harmonique f African American (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Harmony, perhaps inspired by the French word harmonique.
Harmonius m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Masculine form of Harmonia (see Harmony).
Harmoxenos m Ancient Greek
The first element of this name is derived from either the Greek noun ἅρμα (harma) meaning "chariot" or the Greek verb ἁρμόζω (harmozo) meaning "to join, to fit together". Also compare the related Greek nouns ἁρμή (harme) and ἁρμός (harmos), which both mean "joining, junction".... [more]
Harodain m Romani
Romani corruption of Herodion.
Härold m Swedish
Swedish variant of Herold.
Haroldas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Harold.
Haroldine f English (Rare)
Feminine form of Harold.
Harollt m Welsh
Welsh form of Harold.
Haron m Malay, Filipino, Maguindanao
Malay and Maguindanao form of Harun.
Harou m & f Japanese
From Japanese 波 (ha) meaning "wave" combined with 朗 (rou) meaning "bright, clear" or 浪 (rou) meaning "wave". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Harp f & m English
Short form of Harper