Name Harol - meaning, origin, popularity 

Harol name meaning

Gender: Boy
Origin: Hebrew
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Harol
Meaning: Gods Mountain
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What does Harol mean?

Harol is form of Harel. Harel's meaning is Gods Mountain is originated from Hebrew.

Variants of Harol

Harrol, Harel, Haral

Names that rhyme with Harol

How popular is the name Harol?

Harol is an uncommon baby name in United States where it had been in use since 1918 and achieved its top ranking of 2563 in 1934. Harol is a common name in Colombia while somewhat familiar name in Nicaragua, Peru, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Indonesia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Guatemala and Chile. According to our research, at least 8000 people have been bestowed Harol around the globe.

YearRankBirths
200687228
2005114675
2004113435
2002106615
2001105495
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Numerological analysis of Harol

You always watch not to hurt anyone's emotions. If you have things to be handled, you handle them right away, without much waiting. You never get tired from trying to be better than you were yesterday. Allow your competitive spirit and intuition to guide you. You love people with an attitude but open to discussion and hearing new opinions. You are an adventurer who follows his intuition. You believe life's to have fun.

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Famous people named Harol

  • Harold Gray in Annie as Writer
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  • Harold Goldblatt in Sunday Bloody Sunday as Actor
  • Harold Burstein in Hercules in New York as Actor
  • Harold Bergman in Cocoon as Actor
  • Harold Reynolds in MLB Tonight as
  • Harold S. Bucquet in Dragon Seed as Director

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