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41 Heraklesr Greek Son of Zeus. M
42 Hezer Biblical A bog, converted. M
43 Hezir Biblical A bog, converted. M
44 Hilmar Swedish Name of a noble. M
45 Hippolytusr Greek Freer of horses. M
46 Hjalmar Swedish Name of a noble. M
47 Hoder Norse A blind son of Odin. M
48 Hodr Norse A blind son of Odin. M
49 Hodur Norse A blind son of Odin. M

50 Hoenir Norse Brother of Odin. M
51 Homar Greek Given as hostage; promised. Homer was credited with writing the epic Greek poems the Iliad and the Odyssey. M
52 Homer Greek Security. Helmet maker. Pool in a hollow. Famous Bearer: Homer, the Greek poet who authored the Iliad and the Odyssey. M
53 Honir Norse Brother of Odin. M
54 Honor Latin Honour. M
55 Hor Biblical Who conceives, or shows, a hill. M
56 Horner Shakespearean 'King Henry IV, Part 2' Duke of Clarence, Son to Henry IV. 'King Henry IV, Part 2' Thomas Wart, a country soldier. 'Henry VI, Part 2' Thomas Horner, an armourer. M
57 Hothir Biblical Excelling, remaining. M
58 Hotspur Shakespearean 'King Henry IV, Part 1' and 'King Richard The Second' Henry Percy, surnamed Hotspur, son of the Earl of Northumberland. M
59 Hreidmar Norse Dwarf king. M
60 Hrodgeir Norse Son of Hrapp. M