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Gender Neutral Names Starting With H

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Origin:  

Vietnamese

Description:  

The meaning of Ha is ‘sunshine and warmth’, according to its Vietnamese origin. This name also means 'river' and it is pronounced as ‘hhaa'. Famous people with this name include the South Korean actress Ha Ji-won, the South Korean singer and 'RGP' band member Ha Dong-hoon, and the South Korean...

Origin:  

Scandinavian

Description:  

As of now, only 29 people are in records with the name Haaken in the last 100 years, making this name one of the most unique ones on the planet. The meaning of Haaken is 'noble', 'of the highest race' or 'exalted son'. Hagan and Hagen are some popular versions of the name Haaken. Both these variatio...

Origin:  

Hebrew

Description:  

The meaning of Habakkuk is 'embrace.' A prophet from the Old Testament in the Bible was also known as Habakkuk. The eighth of the twelve minor prophets, Habakkuk, is hugged. He most likely belonged to the Levitical choir. He lived at the same time as Jeremiah and Zephaniah. A prophet named Habakkuk,...

Origin:  

Hebrew

Description:  

Habbabuk is a very rare name that has a rich history behind it. The meaning of Habbakuk is 'embrace'. Although this name has multiple meanings according to countless scholars, the most accurate one is 'embrace'. Vulgate has transcribed this name into Latin as 'Abacuc'. Septuagint has done the same i...

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