Hey, H baby names—what a charming bunch you are! We’d like to introduce you to these moms and dads who are looking for the perfect name for Baby that begins with an H…
Norse: Of the chosen
Arabic: Beloved, darling, lover, dear; Habib is also used as a term of endearment by adding a letter "i" to the ending for the masculine...
Hebrew: Dearly loved
Egyptian: My sweetheart, my beloved
Hebrew: Beautiful, honored
Hebrew: Splender, glory; variant of Hadar
Arabic: Smith, ironsmith, blacksmith; Often used as a family name as well as a first name, Haddad was a storm god for the Semites...
English: From the heath, near the hill of heather
Arabic: Gift, offering; also a spelling variant of Hadya, meaning quiet, well-behaved
Arabic: Guiding to the light, to follow the true religion
English: From the heath or heather-covered meadow; a surname now used as a given name
English: From the heath or heather-covered meadow; a surname
Latin: Dark; from the Adriatic Sea region; feminine variant of Adrian and Hadrian
Latin: Dark; In the second century, Roman Emperor Hadrian built a magnificant wall in Britain. Named for him, the wall still stands...
Welsh: Healthy, well
Greek: In Greek mythology, Haemon was the son of Creon and betrothed of Antigone. He is remembered for his defense of Antigone and...
Norse: Norse mythological character who lived in Southfrey
Arabic: Original meaning unknown; Hafsah, in history, was such a trusted wife of the prophet Mohammed that, after his death, she...
Hebrew: Flight; In the Old Testament, Hagar was Sarah''s Egyptian serving-maid who became the concubine to Abraham and mother of...
Norse: In Norse legends, Hagan was the manipulative villain who killed Siegfried
English: From the hedged meadow; surname
English: From the hedged enclosure
Hawaiian: Renowned brother
A girl's name meaning "dweller in the hay meadow," Hailey is spelled over 10 different ways—Haeley, Hayleigh, Hayley, etc.—but... Read More
English: From the vine-covered cottage; surname
African: Born during the hajj, or pilgrimage to Mecca (Swahili)
Norse: Of the chosen, tradionally used as a male name
Swedish: Highborn child
Native American: Fire
Native American: Time of waiting moon (Hopi)