If you are looking for an H baby name that can be used for both boys and girls, help yourself to one of these hip baby names names, from Hadley to Harley to Harper.
Hebrew: Beautiful, honored
English: From the heath or heather-covered meadow; a surname
English: From the heath or heather-covered meadow; a surname now used as a given name
Hebrew: Flight; In the Old Testament, Hagar was Sarah''s Egyptian serving-maid who became the concubine to Abraham and mother of...
A girl's name meaning "dweller in the hay meadow," Hailey is spelled over 10 different ways—Haeley, Hayleigh, Hayley, etc.—but... Read More
Native American: Fire
Norse: Of the chosen, tradionally used as a male name
Swedish: Highborn child
English: Variant of Halley and Hayley
Scandinavian: Heroine, brave one
English: From the meadow near the hall (implying large estate or home); a surname also used as a variant of Hayley
Simply Hannah without the final H, Hanna is a fresh spelling alternative to the tried and true classic. Read More
English: From the hare''s meadow; Harley is a surname associated with the famous Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Traditionally a boys''...
Even bad girls can reform. While it's still hard not to think of a revving motorcycle when you hear the name Harley, it's... Read More
Moms love the Old Hollywood glamour of this name—as with Ava and Audrey and Sophia—and the fact that it has current celeb... 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: Place of safety, shelter
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
English: From the hedged valley; surname adapted to given name use
English: Algerian political leader Ferhat Abbas, Khedive of Egypt Abbas Hilmi, Arabic poet Abbas Ibn Al Ahnaf
German: Fighter, strong one
German: Struggle, strife; The fictional Harry Potter named his owl Hedwig.
Norse: Blessed, holy
Irish: High field; surname
English: Cheerful; derived from the Latin Hilarius; Sir Edmund Hillary lead the first expedition to successfully climb Mount Everest...
English: Cheerful; derived from the Latin Hilarius
Latin: Cheerful, joyful; derived from the Latin word hilarius