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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

21 Harvey Celtic 'Eager for battle.'. M
22 Harvey English Bitter. Eager for battle. M
23 Harvey French From Celtic words for battle, strong, worthy, and ardent. Used commonly during the middle ages. M
24 Harvey German Soldier. M
25 Harvey Teutonic Warrior. M
26 Hawley English From the hedged meadow. M
27 Hawly English From the hedged meadow. M
28 Hay Scottish From the stockade. M
29 Healy English From the slope land. M

30 Heathley English From the heath covered meadow. M
31 Hedley English Heathery clearing. From a surname and place name. M
32 Hegarty Irish Unjust. M
33 Hennessy Irish Surname. M
34 Henry English 'Rules his household.' Oft-used English and French royal name. The second son of Charles Prince of Wales is named Henry. M
35 Henry French Rules the home. M
36 Henry German Rules his household. Oft-used English and French royal name. The second son of Charles Prince of Wales is named Henry. M
37 Henry Shakespearean 'Richard II' Henry Bolingbroke, later 'Henry IV" Hal, later 'Henry V'. 'Henry VI'. Henry, Earl of Richmond. 'Henry VIII' King, & Sir Henry Guildford. 'King John' Prince Henry. 'Henry IV' & 'Richard II' Henry Percy, Hotspur. 'Richard III' Henry VII. M
38 Henty Teutonic Rules an estate. M
39 Heorhiy Ukrainian Farmer. M
40 Hervey French Variant of Harvey: From Celtic words for battle, strong, worthy, and ardent. Used commonly during the middle ages. M