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HaagenVariant spelling of Hågen
HaakonHill Near Meadows Triangular Hill Norwegian form of Hakon (meaning composition, "Ross" and "Son") Nordic Nebenform of Hagen (meaning: fencing). Known as name of several Norwegian kings.
HaakonHill Near Meadows Triangular Hill High
HaavaldNorwegian variant spelling of Håvald
HaavardFormer Danish spelling of Håvard
HaavelNorwegian variant spelling of Håvel
HaaverNorwegian dialectal variant form of Håvard
HadleNorwegian dialectal variant form of Halle
HaftorYounger form of Hafþórr and Hafthor
HagbardYounger form of Hagbarðr
HagbartYounger form of Hagbarðr
HagbarthCreative spelling of Hagbart
HagenKilled Siegfried Sanctuary Safe Harbor Youthful One Enclosure High Son Old High German origin, meaning: fencing Irish Gaelic name origin, meaning: boy. Known by Hagen von Tronje from the Nibelungenlied.
HagenKilled Siegfried Sanctuary Safe Harbor Youthful One Enclosure High Son Fenced Place
HågenDanish younger form of Hákon
HagerupFrom the Danish place name Hagerup in Sjælland
HagrupVariant form of Hagerup
HagvartNorwegian variant form of Hagbart
HakanPlace Name From Adria-a North Italian City Dark One
HakanEmperor Ruler Place Name From Adria-a North Italian City Dark One Turkish name, meaning: ruler. Often awarded in Turkey and very popular.
HåkanSwedish younger form of Hákon High
HakeOld Danish, Old Swedish and younger form of Haki
HåkenDialectal variant form of Håkan
HakjeFormer Norwegian variant form of Hake
HåkkåNorwegian dialectal variant form of Håkon
HakkoNorwegian dialectal variant form of Håkon
HákonOld Norse name a) Combination of HÅ and KUNI b) Combination of HAR and KUNI c) Combination of HÅ and KONR d) Combination of HAR and KONR High
HåkonNorwegian younger form of Hákon High
HaktorNorwegian younger form of Hakþórr
HaldoVariant form of Halldor
HaldogNorwegian dialectal variant form of Halldor
HaldorThor's Rock From a Vined Cottage Nordic origin, meaning composition of "rock" and "Thor".
HaldorFrom a Vined Cottage Thor's Rock
HåleikNorwegian younger spelling of Háleikr
HaleyHay Clearing Hay Meadow Field of Hay Usually a Surname Ingenious Scientific Ingenious or Scientific
HalgardNorwegian younger form of Hallgarðr
HalgrimVariant spelling of Hallgrim
HallManor Hall From the Manor Worker at the Large House or Manor
HallbjørnNorwegian and Faroese younger form of Hallbiǫrn
HalldoVariant form of Halldor
HallfredNorwegian younger form of Hallfreðr
HallfrødNorwegian younger form of Hallfrøðr
HallgeirYounger form of Hallgeirr
HallgrimYounger form of Hallgrímr
HallkjellNorwegian younger form of Hallkell
HallmundNorwegian modern form of Hallmundr
HallormNorwegian younger form of Hallormr
HallrødNorwegian younger form of Hallrøðr
HallsteinNorwegian and Faroese younger form of Hallsteinn
HallulvNorwegian younger form of Hallolfr
HallvarVariant form of Hallvard
HalvarNordic name, meaning composition of "rock" and "guardian".
HalvardRock Guardian In addition to the form of Halvar (meaning composition of "rock" and "guardian"). In Norway widespread.
HalvorIngenious From the Hall Healthy Hero Army Ruler Rock
HalvorIngenious From the Hall Healthy Hero Army Ruler Danish form of Halvar (meaning composition of "rock" and "guardian").
HamballNorwegian dialectal variant form of Hannibal
HamletVigilant Watchman Watchful Alert
HammondHome Protection House Introduced from Germany During the Norman Conquest From the Little Home
HamoHouse Introduced from Germany During the Norman Conquest
HåmodYounger form of Hámóðr
HampusYahweh Is Gracious
HamundOld Danish and Old Swedish form of Hámundr
HåmundNorwegian younger form of Hámundr
HannahGracious Grace Grace of God Favour God has Favoured Me Mother of Samuel Affection Favoured Grace He (God) Was Gracious
HannesFrom Hal's Island Yahweh Is Gracious
HannesFrom Hal's Island Short form of Johannes (meaning: God is merciful).
HannibalMercy God's Favor Grace Grace of God Kindness Thanks Love Favour Blessing Charm Good will Grace Of Baal
HannibalGrace Of Ba'al Mercy God's Favor Grace Grace of God Kindness Thanks Love Favour Blessing Charm Good will Phoenician origin, meaning: grace of god Baal. Namesakes: Hannibal, the Carthaginian general.
HannuFinnish form of Johannes (meaning: God is merciful).
HansSwan God is Gracious
HansJehovah is God Form of Elijah The Lord is My God Swan God is Gracious Yahweh Is Gracious
HansJehovah is God Form of Elijah The Lord is My God Swan God is Gracious Short form of Johannes (meaning: God is merciful). In Germany up to the first half of the 20th century very popular. Known from numerous fairy tales, for example, Hans in hapiness. Namesakes: Hans Albers, German actor and singer.
HansteenVariant spelling of Hansten
HanstenFrom a Danish surname
HaraldLeader of the Army Army Ruler Warrior To Rule Scandinavian form of Herold (meaning composition of "army" and "rule"). Namesakes: Harald V, King of Norway.
HaraldLeader of the Army Army Ruler Army Warrior To Rule
Haraldafeminine form of Harald (meaning composition of "army" and "rule").
HardaOne with Good Heart Lake Nordic name, meaning: Harp.
HardaOne with Good Heart Lake
HarderOld High German origin, meaning composition of "strong" and "army" Short for names with "hard" or the suffix "hard" (meaning: hard, strong).
HardusShort form of Latinised forms of German names containing the name element HARD
HardyCourageous Little Bald One Hairless Dog Short for Names Beginning with Cal Brave
HardyBrave Hardy Courageous Little Bald One Hairless Dog Short for Names Beginning with Cal Diminutive of names ending in "Harda" (meaning "hard") a boy name.
HarekOld Danish form of Hárekr
HårekNorwegian younger form of Hárekr
HarildVariant form of Harald
HarkjellVariant form of HallkjellNext