Origin of name: Germanic, Hebrew, Dutch, Scandinavian, Slavic Meaning of first name: Ivanka is a feminine given name from Hebrew "Yohänan" meaning "Iavhé is merciful". Like Yves and Yvan, the contemporary version of this name is Jean. This name became popular in England and France in the early 19th century.
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: The Arabic word "hilal" means "sumptuous crescent moon". Celebrities: Actresses of Turkish origin Hilal Cebeci and Hilal Uysun. His character: Hilal has an exceptional charm immediately attracting the eye. Dynamic, sensitive and sensual, it rarely goes unnoticed in society.
Origin of name: Latins Meaning of name: From the Latin "hilaris", gay. Saint Hilaire Bishop of Poitiers in the fourth century opposed the Arian heresy which denied the divine nature of Jesus Christ. His birthday: January 13th. Search for a Given Name A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Top Names First Names First Names Outdated Names in the World Other Names by Topics> To Discover:
Origin of first name: Courts, Hebrew Meaning of first name: Heva comes from Hebrew meaning "life" or "giving life". Celebrities: No Heva known so far, your little princess will be so? His character: Heva has a strong personality. Exclusive and emotional, she is full of tenderness and love towards her loved ones.
Origin of name: Celts, French, Latins Meaning of first name: Variant of first name "Honoria", "Henora" was introduced in Ireland and England by the Normans. Drawn from "Énora", a Breton form of the Irish female name "Honora", Henora is also considered a derivative of "Eleonore".
Origin of the first name: Germanic Meaning of the first name: Hermance is composed of the words hari and mann which mean respectively "army" and "man". Celebrities: Daughter of the chef Alain Carro, Hermance Carro takes the reins of the restaurant Castellaras with her husband who happens to be an ace of the kitchen.
Origin of the first name: Arabs Name meaning: From the Arabic hachem, "love, generosity". Hicham was the name of several caliphs and emirs including Hicham Ier. He conquered the city of Castile, built the Mosque of Córdoba and rebuilt the Guadalquivir Bridge. His derivatives: Hichame, Hichem.
Origin of the given name: Anciens, Français, Latins, Originals, Rares Meaning of the first name: Hilarion is a name from the Latin word hilaris meaning "happy" or "gay". Celebrities: Metropolitan Hilarion, theologian and Russian Orthodox Bishop; Spanish composer and musicologist Miguel Hilarion Eslava.
Origin of the first name: French, Germanic Meaning of the first name: Hermine comes from the germain irmin translating as "very big", "immense", or "majestic". This name was originally a diminutive of several Germanic names like Irminsind, Herminlind or Irminrada. Hermine did not begin to spread in Germany and then in Europe until the beginning of the 18th century.
Origin of first name: Hebrews, Indians Meaning of first name: The Hebrew name "Hila" translates as "praise" or sometimes "halo". In Hindu dialects, the term "hila" means "shy". Celebrities: The German singer and songwriter Hila Bronstein, launched by the program "Popstars".
Origin of first name: Arabic Meaning of first name: Hichem comes from the Arabic hachama which means "a generous being". Celebrities: Hichem Aboud is an Algerian journalist and writer who fought with all his might for press freedom in his country. Tunisian actor Hichem Yacoubi was famous for his performance in the film A Prophet Produced by Jacques Audiard.
Origin of the name: Anglo-Saxons, Celts, Originals, Rares Meaning of the name: Anglo-Saxon variant of Hervé, Hervey is inspired by the Celts haer and bev, being translated respectively by "strong" and "ardent". Celebrities: Among the celebrities named Hervey is the opera singer Hervey Alan, who died in 1982.
Origin of first name: Germaniques Meaning of first name: The name Hildebert comes from the German words "hild" (fight) and "bertht" (brilliant). It means "who shines in combat". Celebrities: Among the famous Hildebert are Hildebert II, Benedictine Norman and one of the abbots of the famous Mont-Saint-Michel.
Origin of first name: Germanic Meaning of first name: The first name Hildegarde comes from the Germanic terms "hild" and "gard" which mean respectively "war" and "protection". Celebrities: Princess Hildegarde, Carolingian Queen Hildegarde of Vintzgau, German patron Hildegarde von Schlettstadt, Archduchess of Teschen Hildegarde of Bavaria, actress and singer Hildegard Knef, politician and religious Hildegarde Burjan.
Origin of name: Basques, Portuguese Meaning of name: Hilario means "joyful". Celebrities: Mexican footballer Hilario Lopez, Panamanian boxer Hilario Zapata, Portuguese footballer Hilario Rosario da Conceicao ... Saint Hilaire was the bishop of Poitiers in the middle of the 4th century. A Christian theologian and writer, he fervently defended the Nicene orthodoxy against Sabellianism and Arianism.
Origin of first name: Latins Meaning of first name: From latin hilara, "gay, happy". Feminine Hilaire, this name is known since ancient times. It is very popular in English-speaking countries, notably thanks to Hillary Rodham Clinton, the wife of the former US president and now secretary of state for Barack Obama.
Origin of the first name: Japanese Meaning of the first name: Etymologically, the feminine given name "Hisaé" means "resistance", "longevity" or "the one who will live long". Celebrities: The Japanese fighter Hisae Watanabe, expert in mixed martial arts and kickboxing. His character: With his strong personality, Hisaé naturally stands out from his peers.
Origin of first name: Greeks Meaning of first name: From the Greek hippos "horse" and "tamer" lutos. It is therefore "the man who tames the horses". In the Greek religion, Hippolyte, son of King Theseus, rejected the advances of his mother-in-law, Phaedrus. The latter, in revenge, accuses him of wanting to attack his honor.
Origin of first name: Greek Meaning of the first name: From the Greek word "hêlios", to designate the "sun". That's a solar name for your baby. Celebrities: The Spanish cartoonist Helios Gomez-Rodriguez, the American guitarist Helios Creed (Chrome), the Uruguayan lawyer and politician Helios Sarthou ... His character: Endowed with a natural charisma, Helios does not go unnoticed.
Origin of firstname: Greeks Meaning of firstname: Variant of "Hélène", the name Hélia comes from the Greek word "helê". It means "sun burst". Helia is synonymous with beauty. Celebrities: Brazilian volleyball player Hélia Souza, actress Helia Grekova, French chef Hélia Hakimi-Prévot, performer Hélia Sarasin, painter Hélia ... Hélène was the concubine of the tribune Constance Chlore, future Julius Caesar, with whom she had a son: Constantine.
Origin of first name: Japanese Meaning of first name: Hiroko is a female name of Japanese origin which means "generous child" or "big child" according to the kanji with which it is written. Celebrities: Hiroko Hanato, actress and Japanese supermodel, Hiroko Matsumoto, Japanese supermodel, Hiroko Nakamura, Japanese pianist and writer, Hiroko Koshino, Japanese fashion designer, Hiroko Ōta, Japanese economist and politician ... So, fashion world or music for your future artist?