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Baby Girl Names Starting With H

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This is a complete collection of all Baby Names for Girls starting with H , covering traditional or modern or religious, modern, trendy, popular, cute, short and sweet and easy to pronounce baby Girl names to help you make the right choice!

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Baby Girl Names That Start With H List

HaKiss Of Life,Sunshine and warmthGirl
HaadyaVery well behaved, well manneredGirl
HaafizaProtector, defender, to shieldGirl
HaajiraWife of prophet Ibrahim, mother of prophet IsmailGirl
HaakHonest,Pervading, Orderly; Pedlar; A variant of HaackGirl
HaalimaDreamer, VisionaryGirl
HaanaHebrew - Grace; Maori name family name; A variant of HannahGirl
HabLove, affiliation, friendship, hopeUnisex
HababaBeautiful, attractive, gorgeous lookingGirl
HababahA Daughter of Ajlan; She was a Narrator of HadithGirl
HabeebaBeloved; Sweetheart; Darling; Loved One; A variant spelling is HabibaGirl
HabiPicture, Image, depictionGirl
HabibehPopular, admired, well liked by everyoneGirl
HabikaSweetheart, darling, belovedGirl
HablahA woman with a good income or earning.Girl
HaboosName of a kind and benevolent lady who once lived in Lebanon.Girl
HachiEight; Also means a bee or flowerpotUnisex
HadassaThe Myrtle tree in the HebrewGirl
Periodic Table of Elements
HadassahVariant of Myrtle tree in HebrewGirl
HaddashaMyrtle Tree; Hebrew name of Queen EstherGirl
HaddieThis is a variation of Harriet, from the nickname Haddasha which means Myrtle TreeGirl
HaddisonThis is a variation of Harriet, from the nickname Haddasha which means Myrtle TreeGirl