HavanafEnglish (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]
HavasgulfUzbek Derived from Uzbek havas meaning "desire" and gul meaning "rose, flower".
HavaskafHungarian 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.
HavilandmEnglish 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.
HawaikifTahitian 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.
Hawkeyem & fEnglish, 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]
HayahikomJapanese From Japanese 剣 (haya) meaning "sword, dagger, sabre" combined with 彦 (hiko) meaning "boy, prince". Other kanji combinations are also possible.
HayahitomJapanese 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.
HayaichiroumJapanese From Japanese 隼 (haya) meaning "falcon", 一 (ichi) meaning "one" and 郎 (rou) meaning "son". Other combinations of kanji characters are also possible.
HayajimJapanese From Japanese 奔 (haya) meaning "bustle" combined with 士 (ji) meaning "samurai, warrior". Other kanji combinations are possible.
HayakazumJapanese 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.
HayakimJapanese From Japanese 鋭 (haya) meaning "sharp" combined with 己 (ki) meaning "self". Other kanji combinations can also form this name.
HayakofJapanese From Japanese 玻 (ha) meaning "glass", 矢 (ya) meaning "arrow" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other combinations of kanji characters are also possible.
HayalfTurkish Means "dream, fantasy, reverie, illusion, imagination" in Turkish.
HayanofJapanese From Japanese 迅 (haya) meaning "swift, fast" combined with 乃 (no), a possessive particle. Other combinations of kanji characters can also form this name.
HayaomJapanese 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]
HayarpifArmenian Feminine Armenian feminine name derived from հայ (hay) meaning "Armenian" and արեւ (arev) meaning "sun".
HayarumJapanese 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]
HayasemJapanese 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]
HayasefJapanese 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.’
HayashimJapanese From 林 (hayashi) meaning "woods, forest, thicket," derived from 生やし (hayashi) meaning "growth, cultivation."... [more]
HayatamJapanese From Japanese 隼 (haya) meaning "falcon" combined with 太 (ta) meaning "thick, big". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
HayataroumJapanese 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.
HayatifMalay, Indonesian Derived from Arabic حياتي (ḥayāti) meaning "my life", from حَيَاة (ḥayāh) meaning "life".
HaymitchmLiterature 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.
Hayumam & fJapanese 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]
Hazenf & mEnglish (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]
HeathcliffmEnglish, 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.
HebatfNear 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.
HebomChinese 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]
HebronmBiblical 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]