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41 Haywood English From the hedged forest. M
42 Heahweard English Chief guardian. M
43 Heanford English From the high ford. M
44 Heardind English From the hare's valley. M
45 Hefeydd Celtic Mythical father of Rhiannon. M
46 Heled Biblical The world, rustiness. M
47 Henadad Biblical Grace of the beloved. M
48 Herald English One who proclaims. Also variant of Harold Army commander.'. M
49 Herald Teutonic One who proclaims. Also variant of Harold Army commander.'. M

50 Hereward English Derived from Old English 'Hereweard', a compound of army (here) and protection (weard).from the Old English name Hereweard. The Anglo-Saxon hero Hereward the Wake led a revolt against William the Conqueror in the 11th century. M
51 Hereweald English A compound of Army' and 'to weald power'. M
52 Hermod Norse Messenger of the gods. M
53 Hermund Norse Brother of Gunnlaug. M
54 Herod Biblical Son of a hero M
55 Herold Dutch Strong fighter. M
56 Heywood English From the hedged forest. M
57 Hid English From the hide. M
58 Hildbrand German War sword. M
59 Hildebrand German Battle sword. M
60 Hildebrand Teutonic Battle sword. M