50 Boy Names Starting With H

50 Boy Names Starting With H

Having a newborn is very exciting. Many parents will spend many sleepless nights thinking about what they should name their little baby boy. If you like boy names starting with H, you should really take a look at the meaning and history behind the names to see whether anything stands out to you.

You might want to name your baby boy after a family member or even after your favorite TV show character. For example, many people who watch Suits may feel that the name Harvey represents cunningness and style. Harvey has English origins and also means iron or blazing.

If you don’t have a favorite character, but are still leaning towards boy names starting with H, you might want to consider the meaning and origin behind different names. Hunter, for example, has English origins and is used to mean “one who hunts”. Naturally, the name Hunter comes with masculine connotations and can even be used to describe a leader.

Hansel, which reminds a lot of people of the fairytale Hansel and Gretel, has Scandinavian, German, and Hebrew origins. The name means ‘God is gracious’, and is the perfect name for a religious family.

Take a look at your list below for the meaning behind boy names starting with H. Finding the perfect name for your newborn should be a piece of cake.

Habab

Meaning: Aim; Goal; Destination
Origin: Arabic

Hackman

Meaning: Servant, one who serves
Origin: English

Hadley

Meaning: From the heath covered meadow
Origin: English

Hadwin

Meaning: War friend in english, In Teutonic the meaning is Friend in the war
Origin: English

Haefen

Meaning: Safety, shelter, well being
Origin: English

Hakiem

Meaning: Doctor
Origin: Ethiopian

Halbert

Meaning: Shining jewel, Dazzling hero
Origin: English

Hansel

Meaning: God is gracious
Origin: Scandinavian, German, Hebrew

Hansford

Meaning: He who comes from the stony ford
Origin: English

Harvey

Meaning: Warrior, soldier
Origin: French

Headd

Meaning: A chief whose counsel was sought in the matters of law
Origin: English

Heall

Meaning: Nook retreat
Origin: Old English

Heard

Meaning: Brave, Hardy
Origin: Anglo Saxon

Heaven

Meaning: A paradise, a promised land
Origin: English

Hebrewart

Meaning: Protector
Origin: British

Heemal

Meaning: Related to Ice
Origin: Hindi

Heleward

Meaning: A guardian of the hollow lands
Origin: English

Heminder

Meaning: Lord of Gold
Origin: Indian

Henry

Meaning: Estate ruler
Origin: Australian, British, German

Hideaki

Meaning: Bright, Excellent
Origin: Japanese

Hiero

Meaning: Holy, Saintly
Origin: Greek

Hilario

Meaning: Cheerful
Origin: Latin

Hillar

Meaning: Pleased, Blissfull
Origin: Estonian

Himesh

Meaning: Cool as Ice
Origin: Indian

Hinton

Meaning: High settlement
Origin: English

Hiraldo

Meaning: Powerful man in the army
Origin: British

Hishal

Meaning: Gifted; Blessed; Graced
Origin: Indian

Hitesin

Meaning: Benevolent; Kind; Compassionate; Generous
Origin: Indian

Hlaing

Meaning: Plenty, Plentiful
Origin: Burmese

Hlink

Meaning: From the Bank
Origin: Welsh

Hnaef

Meaning: One who strikes or hews
Origin: English

Hnydda

Meaning: A man who owns a town
Origin: Anglo Saxon

Ho

Meaning: Good
Origin: Vietnamese

Hobard

Meaning: Bright; High; Shining Intellect
Origin: British

Hodard
Meaning: A man full of honor
Origin: Anglo Saxon

Hopper

Meaning: Son of Hob
Origin: English

Hoshi

Meaning: Star
Origin: Japanese

Houman

Meaning: Good Nature; Having a Good Soul
Origin: Persian

Hrikin

Meaning: Powerful; Strong; Brave
Origin: Indian

Hroald

Meaning: Brother of Eyvind Weapon
Origin: Norse, Norwegian

Hryday

Meaning: Heart
Origin: Indian

Huang

Meaning: Bright yellow
Origin: Chinese

Hubbat

Meaning: Beloved; Love
Origin: Arabic

Hud

Meaning:  Hooded; Those who Ask Forgiveness; A Prophet’s Name
Origin: Arabic

Humbert

Meaning: Famous warrior
Origin: English

Hunter

Meaning: One who hunts
Origin: English

Huon

Meaning:  Yahweh is gracious
Origin: Hebrew

Hurbert

Meaning: Bright Army
Origin: Germanic

Husam

Meaning: A sharp edge of the sword
Origin: Arabic

Huxford

Meaning: One who comes from the Hugh’s ford
Origin: English