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Gender Neutral Names Starting With H

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Japanese

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A name of Japanese origin, the meaning of Hachi translates to 'eight'. Other meanings of this name include 'good fortune', 'wise leaf', 'governing the supremacy'. The 2009 drama movie, 'Hachi: A Dog's Tale', portrayed the life of Hachiko, an Akita dog, and his bond with his owner who was played by R...

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Japanese

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The name Hachiro finds its origin in Japanese. The meaning of Hachiro translates to ‘eighth son’. Japanese singer Hachiro Kasuga is considered to be the ‘first enka singer’....

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Japanese

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Greek

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The name Hacinthia has two English variants namely Hyacinth and Hyacinthia. According to the Greek legend, Hyacinth germinated from the blood of young Hyacinthus, who was killed by Apollo accidentally. The meaning of Hacinthia in Spanish is a 'Greek flower name meaning the color purple or blue larks...

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English

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Hacket is a name that was common in the West Midlands of England. After that, this name made its way to Ireland, Canada, Virginia, Australia, New Zealand, and Barbados. Richard 'Strongbow' de Clare, 2nd Earl of Pembroke was accompanied by the Hackets when he invaded Ireland. As a result, the Hacket ...

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Celtic

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From 1880 to the present day, less than five people with the first name Haco have been found. The meaning of Haco is 'fire' or 'flame'. Haco was also the name of a famous mythical Cornish leader who lost his bride to a musician. Haco is also the first name of a famous Japanese singer. The name is a ...

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African

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Hada is a feminine name of African origin. It is also used in the Hebrew and Arabic languages. The meaning of Hada is 'salty place' in some languages used on the continent of Africa. It also means 'myrtle tree' in Arabic and Hebrew. The name Hada is a variation of the name Hadassah, and it can also ...

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English

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Hadan is a form of the word 'Hayden'. The meaning of Hadan is 'valley' or 'heathen'. Some of the variations of the name include Hassan and Haden. This name is extensively used in countries such as Egypt, Bangladesh, Algeria, UAE, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkey, Malaysia, Qatar, Tunisia, Morocco, Liby...

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Hebrew

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Hebrew

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Hadaram is a name of Hebrew origin that is mostly given to boys. It is a variation of the name Hadar, which is extremely popular in Israel and is also the name of a city near the Israeli city of Tel Aviv. Hadar can be used for both boys and girls; however, Hadaram is chiefly given to boys as it is m...

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