Neutral names starting with H
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Hà. Vietnamese. Meaning "river, water."
Ha. Vietnamese. Meaning "sunshine, warmth."
Hadar. 1. Hebrew. Meaning "Ornament, honour." Comes from the verb hadar, meaning to "honor or adorn." 2. Hebrew. Meaning "Chamberlain" or "Inner chamber."
Haiden or Hayden. 1. Old English. Meaning "Hay valley" or "Hay hill." 2. Gaelic. Meaning "Clothing."
Haldis or Halldis. Norse. Derived from Halldís, meaning "goddess/woman of rock/stone."
Halen, Haylen, or Haylin. 1. Old English. Meaning "Hall, nook." 2. Old English. Meaning "From the Hay Land."
Haley or Hayley. 1. Old English. Meaning "Hay clearing." 2. Northern English. Meaning "Residing in a nook, recess, or cranny."
Halla. Nordic. Feminine form of Hallr, meaning "Flat stone, rock" or "Sloping, leaning to one side."
Hallam (حَلَّام). Arabic. Meaning "Forebearing, enduring, lenient" or "Dreamer."
Halyn. American. Meaning "Unique or special," and "Unlike any other."
Hami. Finnish. Short form of Aaprahami, the Finnish variant of Abraham.
Hamilton. Old English. Combination of hamel "crooked, mutilated" and dun "hill." Taken from a now non-existent town in Leicestershire, England. Popularised by Alexander Hamilton, a founding father of the United States.
Hanini. Hawaiian. Meaning "To pour down (as rain); to overflow."
Happy. English. Meaning "Joyful."
Harding. English. Meaning "Hard-working, strong."
Harjeet. Indian (Sikh or Hindu). Meaning "Victorious."
Harjinder . Indian (Hindu). Meaning "Life granted by god."
Harjot. Indian (Hindu or Punjabi). Meaning "Gods light" or "The light of god."
Harlequin. French. Refers to a pantomime clown. Historically a masculine concept, with Columbina as the feminine variant.
Harpreet. Indian (Hindu). Meaning "One who Loves God."
Harshal. Indian (Hindu). Meaning "Lover or joyful or glad."
Haru (陽, 春, 晴, etc.). Japanese. From 陽 (haru) meaning "light, sun, male," 春 (haru) meaning "spring," or from 晴 (haru) meaning "clear weather."
Haruka (遥, 春花, 晴香, etc.) 1. Japanese. From 遥 (haruka) meaning "Distant, remote." 2. Japanese. From 春 (haru, meaning "spring") or 晴 (haru, meaning "clear weather") combined with 花 (ka, meaning "flower, blossom") or 香 (ka, meaning "fragrance").
Harumi. Japanese. Comes with several meanings: 春美 ("spring beauty"), 春実 ("spring fruit"), 晴美 ("fine weather", "beauty"), and 治美 ("govern, rule", "beauty"). More often feminine.
Havilah (חֲוִילָה. Hebrew. Meaning "circle," or "to dance, to circle, to twist."
Hawaii or Hawai'i. Hawaiian. Based on the name of the island, or possibly on Hawai'iloa, the legendary founder of the island.
Hed. Hebrew. Meaning "echo."
Heike or Heine. German. Diminutive of Henrike or Heinrich, as with many names beginning with Hein-.
Heile. Finnish. Estonian name derived from Hailaga, meaning "holy, blessed."
Heimana. Polynesian. Meaning "Powerful crown moving the sky."
Helgi. Nordic. Younger version of Hailaga, meaning "holy, blessed."
Helki. Native American. Meaning "touch."
Heng (恒). Chinese. Meaning "constant, persistent."
Heulog. Welsh. Meaning "sunny."
Hien. Vietnamese. Meaning "meek, gentle."
Hikaru (ひかる). Japanese. Meaning "light" (光) or other meanings depending on kanji spelling.
Hikmat (حكمة). Arabic. Derived from حكمة (hikmah) meaning "wisdom."
Hilaire. French. Based on Latin term hilaris, meaning "cheerful."
Hilary or Hillary. English. Based on Latin term hilaris, meaning "cheerful."
Hildred. Old English. Meaning "battle counsel."
Hille. 1. German. Short form of names containing element hild, for example Mathilda. 2. Old German. Derivative of Hildegard, meaning "battle stronghold/fortress."
Hilliard. Old English. Derived from Hildegard, meaning "battle stronghold/fortress."
Hinata (日向, 陽向, 向日葵, etc.). Japanese. Meaning "sunny place" or "toward the sun."
Hiromi (ひろみ). Japanese. Meaning depends on kanji spelling.
Hisami (ひさみ) Japanese, Meaning varies depending on kanji, generally associated with beauty and longevity.
Hitomi. Japanese. Meaning "pupil of the eye." May also come from 史 (hito) meaning "history" and 美 (mi) meaning "beautiful."
Hokoratcha. Meaning and origin unknown.
Hol. Old English. Derivative of English name Holden.
Hollace or Hollis. 1. Icelandic. Meaning "of the great hall, island man." 2. Old English. Meaning "from the grove of holly trees."
Holland. 1. Old English. Meaning "point of land". 2. Dutch. Location within the Netherlands.
Holly. English. A plant with red berries.
Hooper. Old English. Occupational name describing a person who puts metal hoops around wooden barrels.
Hoowanneka. Native American. Meaning "Little Elk."
Hopeton. American. Meaning "Town of Hope."
Hosni (حسني) or Husni (حسني). Arabic. Meaning "beauty, excellence, goodness."
Hua (华, 花, etc.). Chinese. Meaning "splendid, illustrious, Chinese" or "flower, blossom."
Huan (欢). Chinese. Meaning "happy, pleased."
Hui (慧, 辉, etc.). Chinese. Meaning "intelligent, wise" or "brightness."
Hunter. English. Occupational name for a hunter.
Hyacinthe. French. Derived from the hyacinth flower, named after Hyakinthos from Greek mythology.
Hyeon or Hyun. Korean. Meaning "virtuous."
Hyeon-jin (현진). Korean. From Sino-Korean 賢 "virtuous" (hyeon) and 進 "advance, make progress, enter" or 振 "raise, excite, arouse action" (jin).
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