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Baby Girl names that start with  “ H “ and their  Meaning

 

Ha

Vietnamese, meaning ‘happy’.

Haarisah

Hindi, meaning ‘daughter of the sun’.

Haarithah

Arabic, meaning ‘divine messenger’.

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Habibah

(alt. Habiba)

Arabic, meaning ‘beloved’.

Hachi

Native American, meaning ‘of the river’.

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Hada

African, meaning ‘one that comes from the salty place’.

Hadara

Hebrew, meaning ‘beautiful ornament’.

Hadassah

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Hebrew, meaning ‘myrtle tree’.

Hadeel

Arabic, meaning ‘like a dove’.

Hadenna

English, meaning ‘meadow of flowers’.

Hadiya

Arabic, meaning ‘righteous’.

Hadley

English, meaning ‘heather meadow’.

Hadria

Latin, meaning ‘from Adria’.

Hady

Greek, meaning ‘soulful’.

Hafsa

Arabic, meaning ‘young lioness’.

Hafwen

Welsh, meaning ‘one with the beauty of summer’.

Hagen

Irish, meaning ‘youthful’.

Haggith

Hebrew, meaning ‘dancer’.

Haidee

Greek, meaning ‘modest one’.

Haimi

Hawaiian, meaning ‘pursuer of the truth’.

Haiwee

Native American, meaning ‘dove’.

Hala

Arabic, meaning ‘halo’.

Halene

Russian, meaning ‘steadfast one’.

Haley

(alt. Haelee, Hailee, Hailey, Hailie, Haleigh)

English, meaning ‘hay meadow’.

Halima

(alt. Halina)

Arabic, meaning ‘gentle’.

Halla

African, meaning ‘unexpected present’.

Hallie

(alt. Halle, Halley, Hallie)

German, meaning ‘ruler of the home or estate’.

Haloke

Native American, meaning ‘like the salmon’.

Hama

Arabic, meaning ‘one from the city on the river’.

Hamilton

(alt. Hamiltyn, Hamylton, Hamyltyn)

American, meaning ‘dreamer’. Also a place in Scotland.

Hana

Japanese, meaning ‘flower blossom’.

Hang

Vietnamese, meaning ‘from the moon’.

Hannah

(alt. Haana, Hana, Hanna)

Hebrew, meaning ‘grace’.

Hao

Vietnamese, meaning ‘well behaved’.

Harika

Turkish, meaning ‘superior one’.

Harla

English, meaning ‘of the fields’.

Harley

(alt. Harlene)

English, meaning ‘the long field’.

Harlow

English, meaning ‘army hill’.

Harmony

Latin, meaning ‘harmony’.

Harper

English, meaning ‘minstrel’.

Harriet

(alt. Harriett, Harriette)

German, meaning ‘ruler of the home or estate’.

Harsha

Hebrew, meaning ‘enchantress’.

Haru

Japanese, meaning ‘born during the spring’.

Hasna

Arabic, meaning ‘beautiful’.

Hatita

Hebrew, meaning ‘explorer’.

Hattie

Shortened form of Harriet, meaning ‘ruler of the home or estate’.

Haven

English, meaning ‘a place of sanctuary’.

Hayden

English, meaning ‘hedged valley’.

Hayley

(alt. Haylee, Hayleigh, Haylie)

English, meaning ‘hay meadow’.

Hazel

(alt. Hazle)

English, from the tree of the same name.

Hazina

African, meaning ‘good’.

Heartha

Teutonic, meaning ‘Mother Earth’s gift’.

Heather

English, from the flower of the same name.

Heaven

English, meaning ‘everlasting bliss’.

Heba

Arabic, meaning ‘gift’.

Hebe

Greek, meaning ‘young’.

Hecate

Greek, mythological goddess of witchcraft and fertility.

Hedasaa

Hebrew, meaning ‘like a star’.

Hedda

German, meaning ‘warfare’.

Hedia

Hebrew, meaning ‘echo of God’.

Hedva

Hebrew, meaning ‘joy’.

Hedwig

German, meaning ‘warfare and strife’.

Heidi

(alt. Heidy)

German, meaning ‘nobility’.

Helaine

English, meaning ‘light’.

Helen

(alt. Helena, Helene, Hellen)

Greek, meaning ‘light’.

Helga

German, meaning ‘holy and sacred’.

Helia

Greek, meaning ‘sun’.

Heloise

French, meaning ‘renowned in war’.

Hemanti

Indian, meaning ‘born during the winter’.

Hemera

Greek, meaning ‘child born in the daylight’.

Heng

Chinese, meaning ‘eternal beauty’.

Henrietta

(alt. Henriette)

German, meaning ‘ruler of the house’.

Hephzibah

Hebrew, meaning ‘my delight is in her’.

Hera

Greek, meaning ‘queen’.

Hermia

(alt. Hermina, Hermine, Herminia)

Greek, meaning ‘messenger’.

Hermione

Greek, meaning ‘earthly’.

Hero

Greek, meaning ‘brave one of the people’.

Hertha

English, meaning ‘earth’.

Hesper

Greek, meaning ‘evening star’.

Hester

(alt. Hestia)

Greek, meaning ‘star’.

Hiawatha

Native American, meaning ‘maker of rivers’.

Hibernia

Latin, meaning ‘from Ireland’.

Hideko

(alt. Hide, Hideyo, Hydeko)

Japanese, meaning ‘superior woman’.

Hien

Vietnamese, meaning ‘gentle’.

Hilary

(alt. Hillary)

Greek, meaning ‘cheerful and happy’.

Hilda

(alt. Hildur)

German, meaning ‘battle woman’.

Hildegarde

(alt. Hildegard)

German, meaning ‘battle stronghold’.

Hildred

German, meaning ‘battle counsellor’.

Hilina

Hawaiian, meaning ‘celestial body’.

Hilma

German, meaning ‘will-helmet’.

Hinda

Hebrew, meaning ‘doe-like’.

Hinto

Native American, meaning ‘one with dark blue eyes’.

Hirkani

Indian, meaning ‘like a diamond’.

Hitomi

Japanese, meaning ‘beautiful eyes’.

Hoa

Vietnamese, meaning ‘peaceful’.

Hodesh

Hebrew, meaning ‘child born at the new moon’.

Holda

German, meaning ‘secretive’.

Holden

English, meaning ‘eager’.

Hollis

English, meaning ‘near the holly bushes’.

Holly

(alt. Holli, Hollie)

English, from the tree of the same name.

Honesty

Armerican, meaning ‘truthful’.

Honey

English, meaning ‘honey’.

Honor

(alt. Honour)

Latin, meaning ‘woman of honour’.

Honora

(alt. Honoria)

Latin, meaning ‘woman of honour’.

Hope

English, meaning ‘hope’.

Hortense

(alt. Hortencia, Hortensia)

Latin, meaning ‘of the garden’.

Hosah

Hebrew, meaning ‘provider of shelter’.

Hoshi

Japanese, meaning ‘shining one’.

Hotaru

Japanese, meaning ‘firefly’.

Hourig

Slavic, meaning ‘fiery’.

Hua

Chinese, meaning ‘like a flower’.

Hubab

Arabic, meaning ‘focussed’.

Hudson

English, meaning ‘adventurous’.

Hue

Vietnamese, meaning ‘lily’.

Hulda

German, meaning ‘loved one’.

Hunter

English, meaning ‘great hunteress’.

Hurit

Native American, meaning ‘beauty’.

Hurley

English, meaning ‘healthy’.

Huyana

Native American, meaning ‘daughter of the rain’.

Hyacinth

Greek, from the flower of the same name.

Hydeira

Greek, meaning ‘woman from the water’.

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