For baby boy names that start with the letter H, we’ve got hundreds of options, like Hayden, Heath, Henry, and Howard.
Considered powerful and traditional in Britain, and independent and folksy in the US, Henry is a timeless boys name that... Read More
What used to be considered a boys name in the 1800s, Harper gained mainstream popularity when author Harper Lee published... Read More
English: Familiar form of Herald or Henry; Harry Potter is the young wizard in the extremely popular series of children''s books by...
English: From the remote valley, healthy; an English surname and a Hawaiian variant of Harry
Norse: Army commander; Harald has been popular since the Vikings and was borne by several kings of Norway
English: An open area of land covered by heather or the heather itself; a familiar form for Heathcliff and related names
English: From the hollow in the valley; Holden Caulfield is the young, disillusioned main character of J.D. Salinger''s novel The...
English: From the proud town, estate; surname of one of the great families of Scotland
German: Illustrious warrior; a name introduced to Britain by the Normans
Phoenician: Grace of God; name of a famous Carthaginian general who fought the Roman Empire and is remembered for his tactical genius...
Latin: Keeper of the hours; derived from the same root as Horace and a Roman surname, Horatio was adapted to given name use centuries...
English: A familiar form usually for Henry but also for Halden, Hall, and related names
English: Hunting bird; When this name was created, hunting with hawks was considered an aristocratic sport.
Hudson is an Old English surname—literally meaning "son of Hudd"—that's enjoyed a heightened popularity as a strong boy's... Read More
English: High watchman, noble watchman; an English surname of a historically powerful family
English: Shrub related to the apple family, known for its pink and white flowers and its red fruit