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First Name Directory - Starting with H




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


Habibullah
Habibullah also spelled Habib Ullah, Habibollah, Habeeb-Allah etc. (Arabic: حبيب الله ‎‎), is a male Muslim given name meaning in Beloved of God. Habibullah also spelled Habib Ullah, Habibollah, Habeeb-Allah etc. (Arabic: حبيب الله ‎‎), is a male Muslim given name meaning in Beloved of God.
Hafeez
Hafeez , meaning "protector" in Arabic ( حفیظ ) is a Muslim name given to boy, it may refer to: Hafeez , meaning "protector" in Arabic ( حفیظ ) is a Muslim name given to boy, it may refer to:
Halef
Hacker is a name in the Middle East. The name is of Arabic origin and means successor. It is used both as a first and last name. The Arabic form is transcribed most of the time Khalaf (Arabic & #160; خلف). The name is in frequency distribution in the Turkey a known derivation of the name is the Caliph 2164..
Hamed
Hamed is a first name and family name. Hamed is a variant of the name Hamid; the name comes from the Arab region.
Hamidullah
Hamidullah or Hameedullah (Arabic: حمید اللہ ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage surname, composed of the elements Hamid and Allah. Hamidullah or Hameedullah (Arabic: حمید اللہ ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage surname, composed of the elements Hamid and Allah.
Hanif
The Arabic word Hanīf, plural Hunafāʾ (Arabic & #160; حنيف، حنفاء, DMG ḥanīf, ḥunafāʾ) identifies pre-Islamic Monotheists in the Arabian peninsula, which were neither Jews nor Christians. Their religious flow is called al-hanīfiyya Islamic literature & #160; / الحنيفية & #160; / al-ḥanīfīya. (The Arabic verb root ħ-n-f taḥannafa تحنف meaning depending on the context a) "Be Hanīf", d. & #160; h of the Hanīfiyya the religion of Abraham follow - so in the explanations of Ibn Hajar of al-ʿAsqalānī, b) accept Islam. In this sense, the term in surah of 22, 31 hunafāʾ li-llāhi حنفاء لله & #160 is /. Ḥunafāʾa li-llāhi used: "Hanīfe devoted than God", which they don't associate the single God. In theological writings is hanīf and al-hanīfiyya often used as a synonym to Muslim or Islam.
Hatem
Hatem (Arabic: حاتم‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to: Hatem (Arabic: حاتم‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to:
Hikmat
Hisham
Hisham (Arabic: هشام‎‎) is an Arabic male given name which means "generous".[1] It is not to be confused with the similar looking, but unrelated Hashim Hisham (Arabic: هشام‎‎) is an Arabic male given name which means "generous".[1] It is not to be confused with the similar looking, but unrelated Hashim
Hossam
Hossam or Hussam (/ˈhɔːˈsɑːm/; Arabic: حسام‎‎) is an Arabic male given name. It means the sharp sword or a cutting blade. In some traditions it translates to "sword of justice" or "sword that divides justice and injustice". he name "Hussam" reflects into the personality of the name holder, as they often hold an unbiased stance in discussions while having the ability to bing opposed perspectives into one. Hossam or Hussam (/ˈhɔːˈsɑːm/; Arabic: حسام‎‎) is an Arabic male given name. It means the sharp sword or a cutting blade. In some traditions it translates to "sword of justice" or "sword that divides justice and injustice". he name "Hussam" reflects into the personality of the name holder, as they often hold an unbiased stance in discussions while having the ability to bing opposed perspectives into one.
Hussain
Hussein (Arabic & #160; حسين & #160; Husain, DMG Ḥusayn, Albanian & #160; Hysen/Hysejn, Hüseyin Turkish, Persian Hossein/Hosejn, in the Maghreb often Hissein/Hissène) is a very common name of Arabic origin. He does originally small Hassan (Arabic & #160; حسن, DMG Ḥasan & #160;' good good ') and refers to the younger brother of Hasan ibn Ali, the younger son of Ali ibn Abi Talib and Fatimah, the daughter of the Prophet Mohammed. The name is especially common in Shia.
Hussein
Hussein (/huːˈseɪn/; also spelled Husein, Husain, Hussain, Husayin, Hussayin, Hüseyin, Husseyin, Huseyn, Hossain, Hosein, Hossein, or Husseyn) (Arabic: حُسَين‎‎, Ḥusayn), coming from the triconsonantal root Ḥ-S-N, is an Arabic name which is the diminutive of Hassan, meaning "good", "handsome" or "beautiful". It is commonly given as a male given name, particularly among Shias. In some Persian sources the forms Ḥosayn, Hosayn, or Hossein are used. On the Subcontinent or South Asia, the form used is "Hussain" or "Hossain" in the Bengal region.
Habib ur Rahman
Habib ur Rahman (Arabic: حبیب الرحمان ‎‎) is an Arabic male given name, meaning friend of the Merciful One. It may refer to Habib ur Rahman (Arabic: حبیب الرحمان ‎‎) is an Arabic male given name, meaning friend of the Merciful One. It may refer to
Hadem
Hadem (Arabic: حادم) is a masculine Arabic given name. Hadem (Arabic: حادم) is a masculine Arabic given name.
Hafizullah
Hafizullah (Arabic: حفيظ الله ‎‎ or Arabic: حافظ الله ‎‎) is the transliteration of two closely related male Afghan given names, composed of the elements Hafeez or Hafiz and Allah. They may refer to Hafizullah (Arabic: حفيظ الله ‎‎ or Arabic: حافظ الله ‎‎) is the transliteration of two closely related male Afghan given names, composed of the elements Hafeez or Hafiz and Allah. They may refer to
Haitham
Haitham is an Arabic given name for males. It is also the Arabic term for an eagle's chick. People named Haitham include: Haitham is an Arabic given name for males. It is also the Arabic term for an eagle's chick. People named Haitham include:
Hajji
Hajji (also transliterated as Haji, Hadji, or Hacı (Turkish), Arabic: حاجي‎‎) is a common Arabic title meaning "one who has completed the Hajj to Mecca". It is also often used as a given name or surname. Hajji (also transliterated as Haji, Hadji, or Hacı (Turkish), Arabic: حاجي‎‎) is a common Arabic title meaning "one who has completed the Hajj to Mecca". It is also often used as a given name or surname.
Hakam
Hakam (Ḥakam حكم), one of the names of God in Islam, meaning "The Judge", "The Giver of Justice", or "The Arbitrator". Also used as a personal name. Hakam (Ḥakam حكم), one of the names of God in Islam, meaning "The Judge", "The Giver of Justice", or "The Arbitrator". Also used as a personal name.
Hamdan
Hamdan (Arabic: همدان‎‎ Ḥamdān) is a name of Arab origin. Among people named Hamdan include: Hamdan (Arabic: همدان‎‎ Ḥamdān) is a name of Arab origin. Among people named Hamdan include:
Hamid al-Din
Hamid al-Din is a Muslim male name formed from the elements Ḥamid and ad-Din. It has been used for: Hamid al-Din is a Muslim male name formed from the elements Ḥamid and ad-Din. It has been used for:
Hayatullah
Hayatullah (Arabic: حیات الله ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Hayat and Allah. It may refer to Hayatullah (Arabic: حیات الله ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Hayat and Allah. It may refer to
Hibat Allah
Hibat Allah, also spelled Hibatullah (Arabic: هبة الله ‎‎) is a female Arabic given name, also used by Arabic-speaking Jews, meaning gift of God. It may refer to Hibat Allah, also spelled Hibatullah (Arabic: هبة الله ‎‎) is a female Arabic given name, also used by Arabic-speaking Jews, meaning gift of God. It may refer to
Hichem
Hichem is a given name for males. People named Hichem include: Hichem is a given name for males. People named Hichem include:
Hidayatullah
Hidayatullah (Arabic: هداية الله ‎‎) is an Arabic male given name composed of the elements Hidayah and Allah, meaning guidance of God. Hidayatullah (Arabic: هداية الله ‎‎) is an Arabic male given name composed of the elements Hidayah and Allah, meaning guidance of God.
Hisham ud-Din
(Arabic: هشام الدين‎‎) Hisham ud-Din, also spelled Hisam ud-Din is a male Muslim given name, composed from the elements Hisham and ad-Din. (Arabic: هشام الدين‎‎) Hisham ud-Din, also spelled Hisam ud-Din is a male Muslim given name, composed from the elements Hisham and ad-Din.
Husam ad-Din
(Arabic: حسام الدين ‎‎) Husam ad-Din may refer to: (Arabic: حسام الدين ‎‎) Husam ad-Din may refer to:
Habib
Habib (Arabic: حبيب, ḥabīb; Arabic pronunciation: [ħɑbiːb ]), also written Habeeb is an Arabic male name with the meaning "beloved", or "sweetheart", and its plural form is Habaayib or Habaaib (Arabic: حبايب‎, translit. ḥabâyib‎; Arabic pronunciation: [ħɑbɑːjib]). In Maltese it translates to "friend". It also appears as a surname. The name is popular in the Middle East and Africa. In other countries, especially in Yemen and Southeast Asian countries such as Brunei, Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia, it is an honorific to address a Muslim scholar of Sayyid (a descendant of Muhammad) families.
Hadi
Hadi (Arabic: هادي‎‎‎) is an arabic masculine given name. Hadi (Arabic: هادي‎‎‎) is an arabic masculine given name.
Haidar
Haidar (Arabic & #160; حيدر, DMG Ḥaidar) is an Arabic male given name and family name meaning "Lion". The Turkish form of the name is Haley.
Hakim
Hakim or Al-Hakim (commonly Arabic: حكيم ḥakīm‎‎ "wise" or Arabic: حاکم ḥākem‎‎ "ruler") is a masculine given name. Variant transliterations include Hakam (or Al-Hakam), Hakm (or Al-Hakm), Hakum (or Al-Hakum), Hakeem (or Al-Hakeem) and Hakem (or Al-Hakem).
Hakki
Hakkı is a masculine given name. Hakkı is a Turkish name of Arabic origin. Translated, it means "Righteousness".
Halim
Halim or Haleem (Arabic: حليم ‎‎) is an Arabic masculine given name which means gentle, forbearing, mild, patient, understanding, indulgent, slow to anger, "what we call a civilized man". In Islam, al-Halīm is one of the Names of God in Islam.
Halise
Halis (Turkish for "real, pure") is a Turkish given name of Arabic origin, is also a family name. The feminine form of the name, with the same meaning, is grace.
Halit
Halit is a Turkish given name for males, equivalent to the Arabic Khalid.
Haluk
Haluk is a Turkish given name for males. People named Haluk include:
Hamdi
Hamdi (Arabic: حمدي‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to:
Hanefi
Hanefi is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin. Hanefi means Hanefite.
Hasan
Hassan (also: Hasan, Arabic & #160; حسن, DMG Ḥasan & #160;' good good '): [ħasan] is a common Arabic name, known by Hasan ibn Ali, the grandson of the Prophet Mohammed. Hassan is also used as last name, not only in Arabic, but also in the Hebrew and Irish. The Latin phonetic transliteration of Hassan but may have a different (and less common) name originating from the same root (ħ-s-n) [ħas'sa: n] (Arabic & #160; حسان, DMG Ḥassān & #160; 'the good, the beautiful') match. The last form is an increase in the first by the Geminated or the doubling of the S, and the long pointed out [a:] is expressed. To distinguish is the ability to write Hassân.
Hasim
Mario is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin.
Hassan
Hassan (also spelled Hasan, Hassane, Hassen, Hasson, Hassin, Hassine, Hacen, Hasen, Hasin, Hassa, Hassann, Hasa, Hasso, Cassin, Chassan, Chasan, Khassan, Khasan, Cassan, Casan, Hasaan, Alassane, Lassana, Lacène, or Lansenou) (Arabic: حسن‎‎, Ḥasan) is a masculine Arabic given name.
Haydar
Haydar (Arabic: حيدر‎‎) (also spelled Heidar, Haider, Haidar, Hyder, Hayder, Hajdar, Hidar, Haidhar or Heydar; is one of many Arabic male given names for "lion", each denoting some aspect of the animal.
Hayrettin
Whyte is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "Blessed of the faith".
Hayri
Haley is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin.
Hicham
Hisham (Arabic & #160, هشام, DMG Hišām; English transcription Hisham, after French transcription Hicham or Hichem) is an Arabic male name. Joshua means "generous" and derives from Arabic & #160; هشم, hašama DMG (crush, shred) down.
Hikmet
Hikmet can stand for a Turkish male and female first name of Arabic origin, as well as family name or an Ottoman magazine.
Husam
Umair (Arabic & #160; حسام, DMG Ḥusām) is an Arabic name, meaning "Sword".
Husni
Hosni (Arabic & #160; حسني, DMG Ḥusnī), also transliterated as Hosni, or, is an Arabic male given name and family name, derived Hosny from Arabic & #160; حسن (husn; ' beautiful, 'good') with the meaning of "Beauty", "Excellence". The Turkish form of the name is Joey; in Albania, the form occurs Ahmed or Hüsni.
Hashem
Hashem or Hashem (by DMG Arabic هاشم, CA), also Hashim, is a male given name and surname of Arabic origin.
Hashim
Hashim (Arabic: هاشم‎‎) is a common male Arabic given name, which signifies "breaker of bread".


Haşim
Haşim is a Turkish name and may refer to:
Hüsnü
Hüsnü (Arabic: حسني‎‎) may refer to:
Hakeem
Hakeem (Arabic حكيم DMG Ḥakīm) is an Arabic male given name and one of the 99 names of Allah. The name also occurs in the West African region and has the meaning "wise, sensibly, wisely". A variant of the name is Akeem.
Hamit
Hamit is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "The praiseworthy". The name occurs also in Albania and in Kosovo. See Hamid for the Arabic spelling.
Haytam
Anjum or Haytham is a first name and occasionally surname of Arabic origin. Translates the name of young eagle.
Hischam
Hisham (Arabic هشام, DMG Hišām; after English transcription Hisham, after French transcription Hicham or Hichem) is an Arabic male name. Joshua means "generous" and derives from Arabic هشم, DMG hašama (crush, shred) down.





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