Hello, H names! We’ve got hundreds of baby girl names that start with the letter H, for your happy and hilarious daughter-to-be.
Hope is a sweet and simple "virtue name" (along with Charity and Grace) that has been a perennial favorite among parents... Read More
This name was so trendy in the 70s and 80s, that there was even a movie named after it (Heathers starring Winona Ryder.)... Read More
English: Holy or holly tree; a beautiful seasonal name for girls born at Christmas, and the name of Audrey Hepburn''s memorable character...
A girl's name meaning "dweller in the hay meadow," Hailey is spelled over 10 different ways—Haeley, Hayleigh, Hayley, etc.—but... Read More
What used to be considered a boys name in the 1800s, Harper gained mainstream popularity when author Harper Lee published... Read More
If you're looking for a botanical name that's not too flowery, try Hazel. Hazel has a lovely, vintage feel and retains a... Read More
Helena, the Latin version of Helen is a name fit for a goddess (or baby). In Greek mythology, Helen was the daughter of Zeus... Read More
Simply Hannah without the final H, Hanna is a fresh spelling alternative to the tried and true classic. Read More
Thanks to former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Hillary will forever be associated with strong, go-get-'em... Read More
French: Variant of Helen; In mythology, the abduction of Zeus'' mortal daughter Helen sparked the Trojan War.
German: Light. German form of Helen, Helena.
English: Cheerful; derived from the Latin Hilarius
Latin: Cheerful, joyful; derived from the Latin word hilarius
English: From the meadow near the hall (implying large estate or home); a surname also used as a variant of Hayley
Latin: Unity, concord, musically in tune; Harmonia was the mythological daughter of Aphrodite.
English: Algerian political leader Ferhat Abbas, Khedive of Egypt Abbas Hilmi, Arabic poet Abbas Ibn Al Ahnaf
Haven is truly a contemporary name—it didn’t start showing up on baby names lists until 1990s. It was barely a blip on... Read More
Greek: Hero; In Greek mythology, Hero was the lover of Leander, who would swim across the Hellespont each night to meet her. Hero...
English: From the heath or heather-covered meadow; a surname now used as a given name