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Are you looking for some biblical inspiration in naming your child starting with the letter H? This list of Biblical girl names starting with the letter H might just be the help you need. For a fuller description and a Bible reference then please click on the name which will take you to a more in depth explanation and history of the Biblical name starting with H. The in depth explanation of the name, also includes a historical figure with that name so you are able to see whether the name you are thinking of for your baby is likely to suit their personality. Unless, of course, you are looking up the meaning of your own name and wondering who else was called that.

Christian name Meaning
  Hadassah   (pronounced had-ass-ah). This is from Hebrew meaning myrtle tree.
  Hagar   (pronounced hay-gur). This is from Hebrew meaning flight.
  Haggith   (pronounced hag-ith). This is from Hebrew meaning festive.
  Hannah   (pronounced han-ah). This is from Hebrew meaning grace or favour.
  Havilah   (pronounced hav-ill-a). This is from Hebrew meaning stretch of sand.
  Hedwig   (pronounced hed-vig). This is from old German meaning strife.
  Helah   (pronounced hell-ah). This is from Hebrew and means rust.
  Helen   (pronounced he-lunh) and originating in Greek and meaning the shining one.
  Hephzibah   (pronounced hef-zi-bah). This is from Hebrew meaning my delight is in her.
  Hilda   (pronounced hill-da). This is from Old English meaning battle.
  Hildegard   (pronounced hill-duh-gard). This is from Old German meaning battle.
  Holly   (pronounced hall-lee). This is the name of the evergreen shrub.
  Hope   (pronounced hohp). This is from Old English word hopa.
  Hyacinth   (pronounced hy-uh-sinth). This is from the name of the flower.
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