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21 Hastings English Violent. M
22 Hastings Shakespearean 'King Henry IV, Part 2' Lord Hastings, retainer of Northumberland and opposite against King Henry IV. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part III' Lord Hastings. 'King Richard III' Lord Hastings. 'King Richard III' A pursuivant. M
23 Hayes English From the hedged land. M
24 Hayes Irish Surname. M
25 Helenus Greek Son of Priam. M
26 Helenus Latin Son of Priam. M
27 Helenus Shakespearean 'The History of Troilus and Cressida' King Priam's son. M
28 Helicanus Shakespearean 'Pericles, Prince of Tyre' Lord of Tyre. M
29 Helios Greek God of the sun. M

30 Hen Was Welsh Old servant. M
31 Henwas Celtic Mythical brother of Henbeddestr. M
32 Hephaestus Greek God of the crafts. M
33 Hercules Greek In Hera's service. The mythological Greek Hercules was a son of Zeus and an extraordinarily strong man. M
34 Hercules Latin Glory of Hera. Glorious Gift. Derived from the Greek name Heracles. In Greek mythology, Hercules (or Heracles) was the son of Zeus, who performed the Twelve Labours after killing his wife and children in a fit of madness. M
35 Heres Biblical The son; an earthen pot M
36 Hermas Biblical Mercury, gain, refuge M
37 Hermes Biblical Mercury, gain, refuge M
38 Hermes Greek Messenger of the gods. M
39 Herminius Latin A hero who saved Rome. M
40 Hermogenes Biblical Begotten of Mercury. M