Submitted Names Starting with H

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Havadi f Hungarian
Means "moon" or "springflowers" in old hungarian.
Haval m Kurdish
Means friend. Used as a name in military.
Havana f English (Modern)
From the name of the capital city of Cuba, which was founded in 1514 by conquistador Diego Velázquez as San Cristóbal de la Habana "Saint Christopher of the Habana", apparently the name of a local native people... [more]
Havannah f English
Variant of Havana.
Håvar m Norwegian
Either from the Old Norse name Hávarr, derived from "high" and arr "warrior", or else a variant of Håvard.
Hávarður m Icelandic, Faroese
Icelandic and Faroese younger form of Hávarðr.
Havasgul f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek havas meaning "desire" and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Havaska f Hungarian
Of debated origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from Hungarian havas "snowy, snow-covered; mountain" and a modern form of an alleged Old Hungarian given name Havadi which is said to have meant "moon" in Old Hungarian, whereas in modern Szekler-Hungarian havadi is a general term for white springflowers, most commonly the white narcissus or the snowdrop flower.
Havat m & f Armenian
Means "belief" in Armenian.
Havelock m English
Variant spelling of Havelok; this spelling is most often encountered in the form of a surname.
Havelok m Literature, Medieval English
Medieval English form of Old Norse Hafleikr, which literally means "sea sport" from Old Norse haf "sea, ocean" and leikr "play" (more specifically, a word with three distinct meanings: "beauty", "game", and "lay")... [more]
Have-mercy f & m English (Puritan)
Referring to a prayer for mercy if the life of the child or mother was endangered.
Havergal m English
Famous bearer was the composer Havergal Brian.
Haverjh f Armenian
Means "eternally, forever" in Armenian.
Haveron m Medieval English
Medieval variant of Harvey.
Haviland m English
From an English surname. The name Haviland was carried to England in the enormous movement of people that followed the Norman Conquest of 1066. The Haviland family lived in Somerset and Guernsey. Their name, however, is a reference to the family's place of residence prior to the Norman Conquest of England in 1066, Haverland in Contantin, Normandy.
Havîn f Kurdish
Derived from Kurdish havîn meaning "summer".
Havin f Turkish
Means "summer nights" in Turkish.
Havish m Indian
Another name for Lord Shiva
Haviva f Hebrew, Spanish
Spanish variant of Aviva.
Havo f Uzbek
Means "sky, weather" in Uzbek.
Havoc m English (Modern, Rare)
Likely from the English word havoc, which is a word for widespread destruction.
Havogul f Uzbek
Derived from havo which can mean "sky", "weather" or "melody" and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Havojon f Uzbek
Derived from havo which can mean "sky", "weather" or "melody" and jon meaning "spirit, soul".
Havryila f Ukrainian (Rare)
Feminine form of Havryil.
Havstein m Faroese
Faroese modern form of Hafsteinn.
Havu m & f Finnish (Rare)
Means "fresh sprig or small branch of a coniferous tree" or "needle of a coniferous tree".
Həvva f Azerbaijani
Azerbaijani form of Hawa.
Havvo f Uzbek
Uzbek form of Hawa.
Havyn f English (American)
Variant of Heaven.
Hawaii f American (Modern, Rare)
From the name of the US state, of uncertain origin. ... [more]
Hawaiki f Tahitian
Derived from Proto-Polynesian Sawaiki meaning "Ra'iātea", referring to the island of which the Polynesian peoples originated from. Today, Ra'iātea is the second largest island in French Polynesia.
Hawar m Kurdish
Means to scream in Sorani.
Hawari m Arabic, Malay, Indonesian
Means "apostle, follower, supporter" in Arabic.
Hawariah f Indonesian, Malay
Feminine form of Hawari.
Hawaryat m Ge'ez
Means "apostles" in Ge'ez.
Hawea f Hawaiian
Possibly taken from hāwea, the name of a mythical drum brought from Tahiti.
Hawîn m & f Kurdish
Means "summer" in Kurdish.
Hawiz f Medieval Breton
Breton cognate of Hawise.
Hawk m English, Popular Culture
From the English word for 'hawk', a predatory bird.
Hawka f Quechua
Means "carefree" in Quechua.
Hawke m English
Variant of Hawk.
Hawkeye m & f English, Popular Culture
From the English words "Hawk", referring to the type of predatory bird, and "eye". Having a 'hawkeye' means being "particularly observant, especially to small details, or having excellent vision in general".... [more]
Hawkin m Medieval English
Diminutive of Henry.
Hawking m English
Transferred use of the surname Hawking.
Hawkins m American
Transferred use of the surname Hawkins.
Hawley m English
Transferred use of the surname Hawley.
Hawra f Arabic, Muslim
Means "having eyes with a marked contrast of black and white; gazelle-eyed" in Arabic. ... [more]
Hawrê m Kurdish
Means "comrade" in Kurdish.
Hawrī f Balochi
Derived from hawr meaning "rain".
Hawštyn m Sorbian
Sorbian form of Augustin.
Hawthorn m English
Transferred use of the surname Hawthorn.
Hawthorne m English
Transferred use of the surname Hawthorne.
Hawwa f Dhivehi
Dhivehi form of Hawa (see Eve).
Hawwah f Hebrew, Arabic
Name of Eve in Judaism and Islam.
Hax m German (Rare)
Of unknown origin and meaning.
Haxāmaniš m Ancient Persian
Derived from Old Persian haxā "friend" combined with Old Persian manah "mind, thinking power".
Haxhere f Albanian
Albanian form of Hajar.
Haxhi m Albanian
Albanian variant of Hadji.
Hay f & m English (Rare)
Nickname for Hannah, Hayley, Hayden and other names beginning with the letter H
Haya f & m Japanese
From Japanese 羽 (ha) meaning "feathers" combined with 弥 (ya) meaning "universally". Other combinations of kanji characters can also form this name.
Haya f Hebrew
Alternate transcription of Chaya.
Hayabusa m Japanese (Rare)
From 隼 (hayabusa), referring to the peregrine falcon.... [more]
Hayahiko m Japanese
From Japanese 剣 (haya) meaning "sword, dagger, sabre" combined with 彦 (hiko) meaning "boy, prince". Other kanji combinations are also possible.
Hayahito m Japanese
From Japanese 早 (haya) meaning "already, now", 隼 (haya) meaning "falcon" or 勇 (haya) meaning "brave" combined with 人 (hito) meaning "person" or 仁 (hito) meaning "benevolence". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Hayaichirou m Japanese
From Japanese 隼 (haya) meaning "falcon", 一 (ichi) meaning "one" and 郎 (rou) meaning "son". Other combinations of kanji characters are also possible.
Hayaji m Japanese
From Japanese 奔 (haya) meaning "bustle" combined with 士 (ji) meaning "samurai, warrior". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Hayakazu m Japanese
From Japanese 隼 (haya) meaning "falcon" or 颯 (haya) meaning "the sound of the wind" combined with 一 (kazu) meaning "one". Other kanji combinations can also make up this name.
Hayaki m Japanese
From Japanese 鋭 (haya) meaning "sharp" combined with 己 (ki) meaning "self". Other kanji combinations can also form this name.
Hayako f Japanese
From Japanese 玻 (ha) meaning "glass", 矢 (ya) meaning "arrow" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other combinations of kanji characters are also possible.
Hayal f Turkish
Means "dream, fantasy, reverie, illusion, imagination" in Turkish.
Hayamu m Japanese
From Japanese 捷 (haya) meaning "win, victory, triumph" combined with 矛 (mu) meaning "a Chinese spear; a lance; a halberd". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Hayan f & m Korean (Modern)
From the present determiner form of the adjective 하얗다 (hayata) meaning "(pure) white/pale."
Hayano f Japanese
From Japanese 迅 (haya) meaning "swift, fast" combined with 乃 (no), a possessive particle. Other combinations of kanji characters can also form this name.
Hayao m Japanese
From Japanese 隼 (haya) meaning "falcon" or 勇 (haya) meaning "brave" combined with 雄 (o) meaning "hero, manly", 男 (o) meaning "male", 夫 (o) meaning "man, husband" or 郎 (o) meaning "son". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
Hayarpi f Armenian
Feminine Armenian feminine name derived from հայ (hay) meaning "Armenian" and արեւ (arev) meaning "sun".
Hayaru m Japanese
From Japanese 逸 (hayaru) meaning "deviate, idleness, leisure, miss the mark, evade, elude, parry, diverge" or 颯 (haya) meaning "sudden, quick, sound of the wind" combined with 塁 (ru) meaning "baseball"... [more]
Hayase m Japanese
From Japanese 滝 (hayase) meaning "waterfall", 灘 (hayase) meaning "open sea, rapids" or 早 (haya) meaning "already, now", 逸 (haya) meaning "flee, escape, break loose", 隼 (haya) meaning "falcon" or 速 (haya) meaning "fast, speedy" combined with 世 (se) meaning "generations", 瀬 (se) meaning "swift current, rapids" or 勢 (se) meaning "forces, energy, military strength"... [more]
Hayase f Japanese
From Japanese Hayase (早瀬) meaning “rapids” or “swift current.” This is the first name of the main female supporting character in ‘Please Don’t Bully Me, Nagatoro.’
Hayashi m Japanese
From 林 (hayashi) meaning "woods, forest, thicket," derived from 生やし (hayashi) meaning "growth, cultivation."... [more]
Hayata m Japanese
From Japanese 隼 (haya) meaning "falcon" combined with 太 (ta) meaning "thick, big". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
Hayatarou m Japanese
From Japanese 隼 (haya) meaning "falcon", 太 (ta) meaning "thick, big" combined with 郎 (rou) meaning "son" or 朗 (rou) meaning "bright, clear". Other combinations of kanji characters are also possible.
Hayati f Malay, Indonesian
Derived from Arabic حياتي (ḥayāti) meaning "my life", from حَيَاة (ḥayāh) meaning "life".
Hayatt f Arabic, American
meanig life in arabic
Haybat f Uzbek
Means "grandeur" in Uzbek.
Haych m Samoan
is a nickname from samoa
Haydee f English
Anglicized form of Haydée or a variant of Heidi.
Haye m West Frisian, East Frisian, North Frisian, Dutch (Rare)
Variant spelling of Haie. A known Dutch bearer of this name is the author Haye van der Heyden (b. 1957).
Ha-yeong f Korean
From Sino-Korean 夏 "summer; great, grand, big" and 榮 "glory, honor; flourish, prosper".
Ha-ye-seul f Korean (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the first syllable of Haneul and Ye-seul.
Hayford m English (Rare)
Transferred use of a surname Hayford.
Haygaran m Armenian
From the Armenian name for the central region of the country.
Hayırqız f Karachay-Balkar
From the Karachay-Balkar хайыр (hayır) meaning "benefit", or the Arabic خَيْر (ḵayr) or Persian خیر (xeyr) meaning "good", and къыз (qız) meaning "girl".
Hayitbibi f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hayit meaning "feast day, holiday" and bibi meaning "learned woman".
Hayitgul f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hayit meaning "feast day, holiday" and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Hayitjon f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hayit meaning "feast day, holiday" and jon meaning "spirit, soul".
Hayitnoz f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hayit meaning "feast day, holiday" and noz meaning "flirtiousness", "whim", "tenderness" or "fondness".
Hayitoy f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hayit meaning "feast day, holiday" and oy meaning "moon".
Hayitqiz f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hayit meaning "feast day, holiday" and qiz meaning "girl".
Haykanush f Armenian
From the name Hayk and Անուշ (anush) meaning "sweet".
Haykuhi f Armenian
Derived from the name Hayk and the feminine suffix ուհի (uhi).
Hayla f English (Modern)
Combination of Hayley and Kayla
Hayle f English
Variant of Hayley.
Hayleen f English (American, Modern, Rare), English (Canadian, Modern, Rare), French (Modern, Rare)
Likely an invented name. Elaboration of Hayley/Hayden/Hay using the popular name suffix -leen in the style of Kayleen... [more]
Haylei f English
Variant of Hayley.
Hayleigha f English (Rare)
Variant of Haylea or Hailea, Diminutive of Hayley
Haylin m & f English
Rare form of Hayley
Haylu m Ge'ez
Means "his power" in Ge'ez.
Haym m Hebrew, Yiddish
Variant of Chayyim.
Haymar f Burmese
Means "deep forest" in Burmese.
Haymitch m Literature
Invented by author Suzanne Collins for her 'Hunger Games' novels and used as the first name of Haymitch Abernathy, mentor to main protagonist Katniss Everdeen. It may be an alteration of Hamish, influenced by Mitch.
Hayne m English
Variant of Hain.
Haynes m English (American, Rare)
Transferred from the surname Haynes.
Hayotgul f Uzbek
Derived from Uzbek hayot meaning "life" and gul meaning "rose, flower".
Hayots m Armenian
"Armenian nation"
Hayoung f Korean
From Sino-Korean 夏 meaning "summer; great, grand, big" and 英 (yeong) meaning "flower, petal, brave, hero". Other combinations are possible
Hayrbībī f Balochi
Derived from hayr meaning "wellbeing" and bībī meaning "lady".
Hayreddin m Turkish
Turkish form of Khayr ad-Din, meaning "best of the religion".
Hayrenik m Armenian
Means "fatherland" in Armenian.
Hayriye f Turkish
Means "auspicious" in Turkish.
Hayrünnisa f Turkish
Turkish form of Khairunnisa. A notable bearer is the former First Lady of Turkey, Hayrünnisa Gül.
Hays m English
Variant of Hayes.
Haytam m Arabic
Most likely a variant of Haytham.
Hayter m Popular Culture
Transferred use of the surname Hayter.
Haythem m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi transcription of Haytham (chiefly Tunisian).
Haytug m Armenian
Means "combatant" in Armenian.
Hayu f Javanese
Variant of Ayu.
Hayuma m & f Japanese
From Japanese 覇 (ha) meaning "rule by might rather than right", 夕 (yu) meaning "evening", 隼 (hayu) meaning "falcon" or 映 (hayu) meaning "a reflection; to reflect" combined with 真 (ma) meaning "real, genuine" or 磨 (ma) meaning "to polish, to grind, to brush (teeth)"... [more]
Hayven f & m English (Modern)
Variant of Haven.
Hayward m English
Transferred from the surname Hayward.
Haz m English
Diminutive of Harry. Predominantly used in Australia or New Zealand and occasionally heard in the UK.
Hazaël m Dutch
Dutch form of Hazael.
Häžär f Bashkir
Possibly a Bashkir form of Hajar.
Hazar f Arabic
Means "vigilant, cautious, careful" in Arabic.
Hazarabed m Armenian
Means "major" in Armenian.
Hazarmaveth m Biblical
Meaning: Dwelling of Death, "Hazar" meaning dwelling, "Maveth" meaning death.... [more]
Hazarvart f Armenian
Means "thousand roses" in Armenian.
Haze m English (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Hayes influenced by the English word haze.
Hazecha f Medieval German
A diminutive form of names with the secondary German name element HAZ derived from the Germanic name element HAD "battle, combat".... [more]
Hazel f Turkish
Variant of Hazal.
Hazelelponi f Biblical
Means "shade coming upon me" in Hebrew. This is the name of a woman of the tribe of Judah mentioned in 1 Chronicles 4:8.
Hazelia f Spanish
Latino alternative spelling of Hazel
Hazeline f American
Elaboration of Hazel.
Hazell f English (Rare)
Variant of Hazel. A notable bearer is English singer Hazell Dean (1952-).
Hazelnut m English (American, Rare)
Comes from the English word hazelnut meaning "a round brown hard-shelled nut that is the edible fruit of the hazel".
Hazelyn f English (Modern, Rare)
Elaboration of Hazel using the popular name suffix lyn.
Hazem m Arabic (Egyptian), Arabic
Egyptian transcription of Hazim.
Hazen f & m English (Modern)
Possibly derived from the Dutch surname Hazen, which in turn likely came from a personal name that was derived from Old High German hasan "smooth, beautiful" or from the name of the Chatti (a Germanic tribe whose name later became Hessians after a series of sound shifts)... [more]
Hazey f English
Diminutive of Hazel.
Haziel m & f Biblical
Means "god is seeing" in Hebrew. It can also be a variant of Hazael
Hazim m Arabic, Bosnian, Malay
Means "firm, steadfast, resolute, stern" in Arabic.
Hazimah f Arabic (Rare), Malay
Feminine form of Hazim.
Haziq m Arabic, Malay
Means "skillful, capable, clever" in Arabic.
Haz̦iy m Bashkir
Bashkir form of Hadi.
Hazle f English
Variant of Hazel.
Hazley f & m English
From an English surname which was originally derived from place names meaning "hazel clearing", from a combination of Old English hæsel and leah.
Hazlitt m & f English
Originally a surname (William Hazlitt - English essayist).
Hazo m Biblical
Means "prophetic vision" in Hebrew, from the verb חָזָה (chazah or haza) "to see, to behold". In the Bible, Hazo was the fifth son of Nahor and Milka (Genesis 22:22).
Hazret m Circassian, Turkish (Rare)
Derived from Persian حضرت (hazrat) meaning "holiness, excellency, majesty". A notable bearer is Hazret Sovmen (1937-), the second President of Adygea from 2002-2007.
Hazuki f Japanese
Variant transcription of Hadzuki.
Hazvinei f Shona
Hazvinei means "Never mind, no worries". This name may be given by a parent who was offended
Hazviperi m & f Shona
It does not end. "Situational name given in circumstances where family faced unending troubles or trials".
Hazy f English (American)
Diminutive of Hazel.
Hazzel m & f English (Rare)
Variation of Hazel, Meaning hazelnut tree or the color "hazel"
Hazzobebah m Biblical
The name of a minor Biblical character.
Hbnj f & m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian word meaning "ebony". The word Ebony comes from the Ancient Egyptian hbnj, hbny, through the Ancient Greek ἔβενος (ébenos), into Latin and Middle English.
Hbny f & m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian word meaning "ebony". The word Ebony comes from the Ancient Egyptian hbnj, hbny, through the Ancient Greek ἔβενος (ébenos), into Latin and Middle English.
Hcan m & f Burmese
Means "new, unusual, extraordinary" in Burmese.
Hcu m & f Burmese
Means "wish, prize, reward" in Burmese.
Heaibmu m Sami
Means "tribe" in Sami.
Heaika m Sami
Sami form of Heike.
Healani f Hawaiian
The usage of the name is likely inspired by Queen Emma Healani of Hawaii.
Healfdene m Anglo-Saxon Mythology
Old English form of Halfdan. Healfdene (Halfdan in Old Norse) was a legendary Danish king who appeared in the epic poem Beowulf.
Heammu m Sami
Sami form of Hemmo.
Hean m Khmer
Means "to dare, to be unafraid" in Khmer.
Heandarak m Sami
Sami form of Hendrik.
Heandarat m Sami
Variant of Heandarak.
Heardbeorht m Anglo-Saxon
From Old English heard "brave, hardy" and beorht "bright". It is a cognate of Hardbert.
Hearsay m English (Puritan)
Meaning, "information received from other people that one cannot adequately substantiate; rumor." Referring to the sin of gossip.
Heart f English
From the word "heart"
Hearthom m Mormon
Middle Jaredite king and son of Lib.
Heartlee f American (Modern, Rare)
Feminine variant of Hartley or a combination of Heart and Lee.
Heartley f English (American, Rare)
Feminine variant of Hartley influenced by the English word: Heart.
Heater f English
Variant of Heather.
Heathcliff m English, Literature
Meaning "from the heath cliff," or "from the cliff with heath". It was created by Emily Bronte for her novel, Wuthering Heights. Composed literally of the words heath and cliff. Heath is a shrubland consisting of open, low growing, woody plant life and is found on mainly infertile acidic soils.
Heathcote m English
Transferred use of the surname Heathcote.
Heatherlee f English (Rare)
Combination of Heather and Lee.
Heathryn f American
Elaboration of Heather.
Heavenly f English
From Middle English hevenly, heofonlich, from Old English heofonlīċ (“heavenly, celestial; chaste”),
Heavenly-mind m English (Puritan)
Referring to keeping your mind toward heavenly things.
Heavyn f English
Variant of Heaven.
Heba f Arabic
Alternate transcription of Hiba.
Hebat f Near Eastern Mythology
Hebat, was the mother goddess of the Hurrians, known as "the mother of all living". She is also a Queen of the deities. During Aramaean times Hebat also appears to have become identified with the goddess Hawwah, or Eve.
Hebbla f Old Swedish
Old Swedish name of unknown origin. Found in Östergötland in Sweden and in Finland.
Hébé f Greek Mythology
French and Hungarian form of Hebe.
Hebert m Dutch, German
Variant spelling of Habert.
Hebert m French (Anglicized)
Anglicized form of Hébèrt.
Heberte f French (Rare)
Feminine form of Hebert.
Hebo f African
it means a gift
Hebo m Chinese Mythology, Far Eastern Mythology
From a combination of the characters 河 (he, meaning “river”) and 伯 (bo, meaning “elder”, “earl” or “lord”). Hebo is the god of the Yellow River in Chinese mythology. He is attested as far back as the Chuci (楚辞) or Elegies of Chu, where he is described as a figure riding a dragon-powered chariot... [more]
Hebron m Biblical
Derived from Hebrew chebhron meaning "league, association, confederacy". In the Old Testament this is the name of a paternal uncle of Moses, Miriam and Aaron. He is said to be the ancestor of the Hebronite people.... [more]
Hebzeba f Hebrew (Arabized, Rare)
(my) (light) (is) (in) (her) (Hebrew) (Israel)
Hec m English
Diminutive of Hector.
Hecataeus m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Hekataios. Bearers of this name include Greek historian Hecataeus of Miletus (5th century BC) and Greek philosopher Hecataeus of Abdera (4th century BC).
Hécatée m French
French form of Hekataios via Hecataeus.
Hecateo m Spanish
Spanish form of Hekataios via Hecataeus.
Hecateu m Catalan, Portuguese
Catalan and Portuguese form of Hekataios via Hecataeus.
Hecatia f Popular Culture
Variant of Hecate. A notable user of this name is Hecatia Lapislazuli from the Touhou Project.
Hecgardus m Medieval Dutch
Names in the Low Countries before 1150
Hecke m German (Modern, Rare)
Low German short form of names containing the name element hagan "enclosure".
Hectie m English
Diminutive of Hector.
Hecto m & f English
Hecto, may be from the SI prefix meaning 100.
Hectoria f English (Rare)
Feminine form of Hector.
Hectorina f English (Rare)
Feminine form of Hector.
Héda f Hungarian
Variant of Hedvig, meaning "war" and "battle".
Heda f Czech (Rare), Slovak (Rare), German (Archaic), Norwegian (Rare), Estonian (Rare), Slovene
Short form of names beginning with the Germanic element hadu "battle, combat".
Hedar f Kurdish
Means "patience" in Kurdish.
Hédard m French
French form of Hadard.
Hedd m Welsh (Rare)
Directly taken from Welsh hedd "peace".
Hedde m West Frisian, East Frisian
Variant form of Hede.
Heddrik f & m English
This name is probably came from the jewish word Hed which means "echo"
Heddus f Welsh (Rare)
Directly taken from Welsh heddus "peaceful, pacific, tranquil".
Heddwen f Welsh (Rare)
Derived from Welsh hedd "peace" and gwen "fair; white; blessed".
Heddy f Scandinavian
Variant of Heddi.
Hede m West Frisian (Rare)
Variant form of Hade.
Hede f Estonian
Variant of Heda.
Hede f & m Finnish (Rare)
From Finnish hede meaning "stamen".
Hedelmä f & m Finnish (Archaic)
Means "fruit" in Finnish.... [more]
Hedge m & f English
Presumably a name derived from the vegetation, the hedge. Popular in the 16/1700s, though rarely used today.
Hedhindis f Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Heðindís.
Hêdî m Kurdish
Means "calm" in Kurdish.
Hedi m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi transcription of Hadi (chiefly Tunisian).
Hedi m & f Hebrew (Modern, Rare)
Means "my echo" in Hebrew.
Hedí f Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
Icelandic adoption of Hedi.
Hédia f Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi transcription of Hadia, chiefly used in Tunisian Arabic.
Hedieh f Persian
Persian form of Hadiyya.
Hèdila f Catalan (Rare)
Catalan form of Hedyle.
Hedin m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian younger form of Heðinn.
Hediye f Turkish
Turkish form of Hadiyya, meaning "gift".
Hediyeh f Persian
Persian form of Hadiyya.
Hedjara f Maranao
Possibly a form of Hajar.
Hedla f German (Silesian)
Silesian German diminutive of Hedwig, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
Hedløy m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian variant of Hedley.
He-dow f Indigenous American
Means "meadowlark" in Shoshone, where it is pronounced 'hee-doh'. Also means "close to ground" in the Bannock language, where it is pronounced 'hi-thoh'.... [more]
Hedra f Cornish (Modern, Rare)
Derived from Cornish Hedra "October". This is a recent coinage.
Hedrek m Cornish
Derived from Celtic hedr, meaning "bold".
Hedrok m Cornish
Variant of Hedrek.
Hedse m West Frisian
West Frisian variant of Hade.
Hedser m West Frisian (Rare)
Meaning uncertain. It might possibly be the West Frisian form of Hadegar. Also compare Hidser.
Hedsert m West Frisian (Rare)
Variant of Hedser. It is possible that this name could also be the West Frisian form of Hadard or Hadeward... [more]
Heduška f Czech
Diminutive of Hedvika.