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HACON (m.) - derivative of Old Norse 'useful, handy'; mára "good, useful", thus e.g. Máramo

HAIDÉE (f.) - probably derived from Greek 'to caress'; lalta "stroke, smooth out" (from QL, maybe not valid and maybe it is latta), thus could be Laltame or Laltie or Lalte

HAMO (m.) - derivative of Old Ger. 'house'; coa "house", thus could be Covo or Covon

HANNAH, HANNA (f.) Heb. 'favor, grace'; almare, almie "bliss" would be the closest translation for now, hence Almie or Almare; update: a word for "grace" has been published: eruanna, so Eruanne (with a feminine ending)

HANS (m.) - Danish, Dutch and German form of JOHN (q.v.), so Eruantalon or Eruntalon

HARDWIN (m.) - Old Ger. 'strong/hardy + friend'; tulca "strong"; -ndil "-friend", thus Tulcandil

HARMONY (m.) - unfortunately, there does not seem to any word for 'harmony' published, but perhaps lindale "music" could be used, so Lindale as such

HAROLD (m.) - Old Eng. 'army/host + ruler'; rimbe "host"; -tur "-ruler", thus Rimbetur, cf. NWHAGEN under 'Walter'

HARRISON (m.) - 'son of Harry'; -ion "son", thus Pandaturion or Corinturion, see HARRY

HARRY (m.) - a pet form of HENRY (q.v.)

HARRIET (f.) - feminine of HARRY (q.v.)

HATTIE (f.) - a pet form of HARRIET (q.v.)

HEATHER (f.) - oricon "heather" (QL!), so Oricon as such

HECATE (f.) - Greek 'far off'; vahaia "far away", so Vahaie

HECTOR (m.) - perhaps Greek 'possessor of the city'; harya "possess", osto "city", so Haryosto or shorter Haryos

HELEN (f.) - connected with Greek 'ray/sunbeam'; alca "ray of light", thus could be Alce or Alcie

HELGA (f.) - Norse 'holy'; aina, aira "holy", thus Aine or Aire, cf. HELGE

HELGE (m.) - Ainon, see NWHAGEN's introduction

HENRIETTA (f.) - a feminine form of HENRY (q.v.), thus Pandature or Corinture

HENRY (m.) - Pandatur or Corintur, see NWHAGEN

HERBERT (m.) - Old Ger. 'army/host + bright'; rimbe "host"; calima "bright", thus Rimbecalimo or Rimbecalimon

HEREWARD (m.) - Old Eng. 'army/host + guard'; rimbe "host"; *varno "guard", thus Rimbevarno

HERMAN (m.) - Ger. 'army/host + man'; rimbe "host"; -ner "man", thus Rimbener

HILARY (m. & f.) - Latin 'cheerful'; maybe *yella "cheerful, triumphant", thus masc. Yello or Yellon; f. Yelle

HILDA (f.) - Old Eng. 'war/battle'; ohta "war", thus Ohte

HILDEBRAND (m.) - Old Ger. 'war + sword'; ohta "war"; macil "sword", thus Ohtamacil

HOLLY (f.) - 'holly'; ercasse "holly", thus Ercasse itself

HONEY (f.) - 'honey'; lisse "sweet, *honey', thus Lisse itself

HOPE (f.) - 'hope'; estel "hope", thus Estel itself

HORACE, HORACIO (m.) - Latin 'hour, time, season'; "a time, occasion", so Lúo

HOVEE (f.) - said to mean 'lover of animals'; celva "animal", -ndil "lover, friend of", so Celvandil or Celvandilme

HOWARD (m.) - probably Old Ger. 'high + guardian'; ar- or tar- "high"; *varno "guard", thus Arvarno or Tarvarno

HUBERT (m.) - Old Ger. 'heart/soul + bright'; óre "heart, soul"; calima "bright", thus Órecalimo or Órecalimon

HUDSON (m.) - Old Ger. 'son of Hudd', 'Hudd' being a pet form of HUGH (q.v.), so perhaps Óronion

HUGH (m.) - Germanic 'heart, spirit, mind'; óre "heart", so jist Óre or masculinized Óro or Óron (see HUGO below)

HUGO (m.) - a derivative of Old Ger. 'heart/soul'; óre "heart, soul", thus Óron or Óro

HUMBERT (m.) - Old Ger. 'warrior + bright'; ohtar, mehtar "warrior"; calima "bright", thus Ohtarcalimo or Mehtarcalimo

HUMPHREY (m.) - Old Eng. 'warrior + peace'; ohtar, mehtar "warrior"; sére "peace", thus Ohtasséro or Mehtasséro

HUNTER (m.) - 'hunter'; roita "pursue", thus Roitar

HYACINTH (m. & f.) - derived from a Greek name for a Hyacith flower, the flower was called 'gladiolus' in Latin, which is a diminutive of 'gladius' "sword"; ecet "broad-bladed sword", -ince a diminutive ending, so perhaps Ecetince

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