For baby boy names that start with the letter H, we’ve got hundreds of options, like Hayden, Heath, Henry, and Howard.
|Considered powerful and traditional in Britain, and independent and folksy in the US, Henry is a timeless boys name that…
|From the hedged valley; surname adapted to given name use
|What used to be considered a boys name in the 1800s, Harper gained mainstream popularity when author Harper Lee published…
|To hunt; an occupational name
|Familiar form of Herald or Henry; Harry Potter is the young wizard in the extremely popular series of children”s books by…
|Variant of Hugh a thinker. See also Keegan.
|Steadfast; from Greek legend, a hero of Troy in the Trojan war
|Son of Harry; surname
|From the remote valley, healthy; an English surname and a Hawaiian variant of Harry
|Army commander; Harald has been popular since the Vikings and was borne by several kings of Norway
|An open area of land covered by heather or the heather itself; a familiar form for Heathcliff and related names
|Eager for battle; based on the Old German name Herewig
|From the hollow in the valley; Holden Caulfield is the young, disillusioned main character of J.D. Salinger”s novel The…
|From the proud town, estate; surname of one of the great families of Scotland
|Rules his household; variant of Henry
|Illustrious warrior; a name introduced to Britain by the Normans
|Grace of God; name of a famous Carthaginian general who fought the Roman Empire and is remembered for his tactical genius…
|Child of the hutch, child of the rural working class
|Keeper of the hours; derived from the same root as Horace and a Roman surname, Horatio was adapted to given name use centuries…
|A familiar form usually for Henry but also for Halden, Hall, and related names
|Bright in spirit; Saint Hubert is the patron saint of hunters.
|Nichname for Howard, Howland and similar names
|Hunting bird; When this name was created, hunting with hawks was considered an aristocratic sport.
|Hudson is an Old English surname—literally meaning “son of Hudd”—that’s enjoyed a heightened popularity as a strong boy’s…
|High watchman, noble watchman; an English surname of a historically powerful family
|From the heath or heather-covered meadow; a surname
|Good, handsome; The founder of Shiite Islam was named Hussein.
|Shrub related to the apple family, known for its pink and white flowers and its red fruit
|From the hare”s meadow; Harley is a surname associated with the famous Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Traditionally a boys”…
|From the high gate; surname.
|John”s son; also a variant of Anson
|Ward or guardian of the hedged area
|Pursue; a surname adapted to given name use and a familiar form of Hunter, Huntley, and similar names
|A name with several meanings, the oldest is likely deer and from the deer hide, but also may refer to a measure of land,…
|Keeper of the hours, timekeeper; derived from the Roman family clan name Horatius, and the name of a famous Roman poet
|Eminent, prominent; an Anglicized variation of Hywel
|From the stag”s meadow; surname
|From the hunter”s meadow; surname
|From the hedged enclosure
|Sacred name; famous Roman surname derived from the given name of a second-century BC king of Syracuse
|Son of Harry or diminutive of Harry
|Daring, strong, bold
|God of the sky; This earliest royal god was in the shape of a falcon, with the sun and the moon as his eyes. Horus was identified…
|Handel is a form of John that’s most commonly heard in German. It has a very German feel and you could shorten it to the…
|Smart little one; possibly little Hugh or Hugh”s son
|Variant of English Henry Rules his household.
|Of the chosen
|Beloved, darling, lover, dear; Habib is also used as a term of endearment by adding a letter “i” to the ending for the masculine…
|Smith, ironsmith, blacksmith; Often used as a family name as well as a first name, Haddad was a storm god for the Semites…
|From the heath, near the hill of heather
|Guiding to the light, to follow the true religion
|Dark; In the second century, Roman Emperor Hadrian built a magnificant wall in Britain. Named for him, the wall still stands…
|In Greek mythology, Haemon was the son of Creon and betrothed of Antigone. He is remembered for his defense of Antigone and…