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Meaning of the Name Hali

129 names found for "Hali"   (page 1 of 3) 

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The first name Hali is of Greek, Biblical origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Greek: Sea
Biblical: Sickness, a Beginning, a Precious Stone
Biblical: Sickness, a Beginning, a Precious Stone
Greek: Sea

Similar Names

Haele | Hail | Hal | Halah | Hale | Halee | Haley | Halil | Hall | Hallil |

Related Names

Abdal Halim  (Arabic)
Servant of the Patient One
Abdel Halim  (Arabic)
Variant of Abdal Halim: Servant of the Patient One
Abdul Haleem  (Muslim)
Variant of Abdul Halim: Servant of the Mild. Patient
Abdul Halim  (Muslim)
Servant of the Mild. Patient
Abdul Khaliq  (Muslim)
Variant of Abdul Khaaliq: Servant of the Creator
Abdul-Haleem  (Muslim)
Variant of Abdul-halim: Servant of the Mild. Patient
Abdul-Halim  (Muslim)
Servant of the Mild. Patient
Abdul-Khaliq  (Muslim)
Variant of Abdul-khaaliq: Servant of the Creator
Affan  (Islamic)
Father of Khalifa Usman
Artemisia  (Greek)
Gift from Artemis. of Artemis, the Greek Counterpart of the Roman Goddess Diana. Queen of Caria, Artemisia, Was Responsible for the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, One of the Seven Wonders of the World
Asma'  (Muslim)
Excellent. Precious. Daughter of Abu Bakr, First Khalif
Athalia  (Hebrew)
God is Exalted
Athalia  (Hebrew)
God is Great
Athalia  (Spanish)
Guardtower
Athaliah  (Biblical)
The Time of the Lord
Athalie  (Hebrew)
God is Great
Baal-shalisha  (Biblical)
The God That Presides Over Three; the Third Idol
Calix  (Latin)
Chalice
Callista  (Latin)
Chalice
Callixtus  (Latin)
Chalice
Chalil  (Hebrew)
Flute
Chalina  (Spanish)
Form of Rosa
Dichali  (Native American)
He Speaks Often
Dichali  (Native American)
Talks Later; Speaks a Lot
Ghaalib  (Muslim)
Variant of Ghalib: Conqueror. Victor. Dominant
Ghalia  (Arabic)
Precious
Ghalib  (Muslim)
Conqueror. Victor. Dominant
Ghalib  (Islamic)
Victor, Conqueror)
Ghaliyah  (Muslim)
Fragrant
Gracella  (Latin)
Favor; Blessing. The Three Mythological Graces Were Nature Goddesses: Aglaia: (Brilliance); Thalia: (Flowering); and Euphrosyne: (Joy)
Gracelynne  (Latin)
Favor; Blessing. The Three Mythological Graces Were Nature Goddesses: Aglaia: (Brilliance); Thalia: (Flowering); and Euphrosyne: (Joy)
Gracie  (Latin)
Favor; Blessing. The Three Mythological Graces Were Nature Goddesses: Aglaia: (Brilliance); Thalia: (Flowering); and Euphrosyne: (Joy)
Graciela  (Latin)
Favor; Blessing. The Three Mythological Graces Were Nature Goddesses: Aglaia: (Brilliance); Thalia: (Flowering); and Euphrosyne: (Joy)
Graciela  (Latin)
Favor; Blessing. The Three Mythological Graces Were Nature Goddesses: Aglaia: (Brilliance); Thalia: (Flowering); and Euphrosyne: (Joy)
Hachaliah  (Biblical)
Who Waits for the Lord
Haleef  (Muslim)
Variant of Halif: Ally. Confederate
Haleema  (Muslim)
Variant of Halima: Gentle. Patient. Mild. Humane
Haley  (Norse)
Heroine, Victorious Woman (Haile, Hallie, Hally, Halie, Hayley)
Halia  (Hawaiian)
Memorial
Halia  (Hawaiian)
Remembrance of a Loved One
Halian  (Native American)
Youthful
Halif  (Muslim)
Ally. Confederate
Halifrid  (German)
Peaceful Heroine
Halig  (English)
Holy
Halig  (Anglo Saxon)
Holy
Haligwiella  (English)
Lives by the Holy Spring
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Additional Names

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