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101 girl names that start with the letter H

When it comes time to choose the name that our baby will take, we can realize that we have many places from which to draw inspiration to choose his name: nature, books, artists that we admire, and so on.

But if you are expecting a girl and you have a letter in mind that you would like her name to start with, surely you can take ideas from our special tour of baby names from A to Z. Now, we share 101 girl names that begin with the letter H.

  • Habibah: of Arabic origin, it means “dear, beloved”.
  • Habibi: variant of Habibah.
  • Fairy: A variant of Hadassah, which is of Hebrew origin and means “myrtle tree.”
  • Hadara: variant of Hadar, which is of Hebrew origin and means “glory, respect”.
  • Hadassah: of Hebrew origin, it means “myrtle tree”.
  • Haddie: variant of Hattie, which in turn is a diminutive of Harriet, which is of English origin and means “ruler of property.”
  • Hadi: diminutive of Hadiya.
  • Hadiya: of Arabic origin, it means “guide towards virtue / justice”.
  • Hadleigh: variant of Hadley.
  • Hadley: of English origin, it means “field of heather”.

  • Hadria: variant of Adriana, which is of Latin origin and means “person of Adria”.

  • Hadya: variant of Hadiya.
  • Hagar: of Hebrew origin, it means “flight”.
  • Hagne: Italian variant of Agnes, which is of Greek origin and means “pure, virginal.”
  • Haidee: of English origin, it means “modest”.
  • Hailea: variant of Hailey.
  • Haileigh: variant of Hailey.
  • Hailey: of English and Scottish origin, it means “hay meadow”.
  • Hala: of Hebrew origin, it means “halo”.
  • Halda: variant of Haldis.
  • Haldie: Variant of Haldis.
  • Haldis: of German origin, it means “useful, determined”.
  • Haley: of English origin, it means “hay field”.
  • Hali: of Greek origin, it means “the sea”.
  • Halia: of Hawaiian origin, it means “memory of a loved one”.
  • Haliaka: A variant of Hariata, which is itself the Hawaiian version of Harriet.
  • Halima: of Arabic origin, it means “peaceful, gentle”.
  • Halle: diminutive of the masculine name Harold, which is of Scandinavian origin and means “ruler of the army”.
  • Hallie: of English origin, it means “inhabitant in the meadow by the mansion”.
  • Hallow: means “sacred, holy”.

  • Halona: of Native American origin, it means “happy fortune.”

  • Halsey: of English origin, it means “sacred island”.
  • Hamida: of Arabic origin, it means “praiseworthy, praiseworthy”.
  • Hana: Czech and Polish diminutive of Johana, a variant of Joanna, meaning “God is merciful.”
  • Hanae: of Japanese origin, it means “to flourish”.
  • Hanako: of Japanese origin, it means “flower girl”.
  • Hanan: of Hebrew origin, it means “grace”.
  • Hanane: of Arabic origin, it means “mercy”.
  • Hani: of Hawaiian origin, it means “joy”.
  • Hania: of Hebrew origin, it means “camp”.
  • Hanifa: of Arabic origin, it means “true believer”.
  • Hanita: of Hindu origin, it means “divine grace”.
  • Hannah: of Hebrew origin, it means “grace”.
  • Hanne: Danish, Norwegian, German and Dutch variant of Hannah.
  • Hannelore: of German origin, it means “God is my light”.
  • Hansika: of Sinhalese origin, it means “swan”.
  • Hanya: variant of Hannah.
  • Hara: of Hindi origin, it means “to take advantage, to seize”.
  • Harbor: means “port”.
  • Hariata: Hawaiian variant of Harriet.

  • Harika: of Turkish origin, it means “a miracle, beauty”.

  • Harley: of English origin, it means “the long field”.
  • Harlow: of English origin, it means “army”.
  • Harmony: means “harmony”.
  • Harper: of Anglo-Saxon origin, it means “the one who plays the harp”.
  • Harriet: of English origin, it means “ruler of property”.
  • Hartley: of English origin, it means “deer meadow”.
  • Haruko: of Japanese origin, it means “born in spring.”
  • Harum: of Indonesian origin, it means “aromatic”.
  • Hasmik: of Armenian origin, it means “jasmine”.
  • Hathai: of Thai origin, it means “heart”.
  • Hattie: short for Harriet.
  • Hava: of Hebrew origin, it means “life”.
  • Havana: English version of the Cuban capital.
  • Haven: means “refuge”.
  • Haviva: of Hebrew origin, it means “well loved”.
  • Haya: of Hebrew origin, it means “life”.
  • Hazel: of English origin, it means “hazelnut”.
  • Hea: of Korean origin, it means “grace”.
  • Heather: name of a plant.

  • Heaven: means “heaven”.

  • Hebe: of Greek origin, it means “youth”.
  • Hedda: of Scandinavian origin, it is a diminutive of Hedwig, which is of German origin and means “war”.
  • Heidi: diminutive of Adelheid, which is of German origin and means “of noble birth”.
  • Helaine: French variant of Elena.
  • Helen: English variant of Elena, which is of Greek origin and means “one that burns or shines.”
  • Helena: variant of Elena.
  • Hélène: French form of Elena.
  • Helga: of Scandinavian origin, it means “prosperous”.
  • Helia: of Greek origin, it means “sun”.
  • Helje: Danish variant of Helga.
  • Helmi: of Scandinavian origin, it means “pearl”.
  • Hemera: of Greek origin, it means “day”.
  • Henrietta: French name of English origin, meaning “ruler of property.”
  • Hera: in Greek mythology, she was the wife of Zeus and Queen of the gods.
  • Hermila: feminine form of Hermes, of Greek origin and meaning “messenger”.
  • Hermione: feminine form of Hermes, of Greek origin and that means “messenger”.
  • Hesperia: of Greek origin, it means “evening star”.
  • Hila: of Hebrew origin, it means “halo”.
  • Hilaria: of Latin origin, it means “happy”.

  • Hillary: English variant of Hilaria.

  • Hilda: of German origin, it means “battle woman”.
  • Hildegarde: of German origin, it means “comrade in arms”.
  • Hilma: of German origin, it means “protective helmet”.
  • Hiroko: of Japanese origin, it means “generous, fair”.
  • Hodaya: of Hebrew origin, it means “splendor of Yahweh”.
  • Holly: means “holly”.
  • Horacia: feminine form of Horacio, which is of Latin origin and means “hour, time”.
  • Hydrangea: of Latin origin, it means “from the garden”.

  • Houda: of Arabic origin, it means “right direction”.

  • Hulda: of Hebrew origin, it means “sweet, loving”.

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