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Names That Mean Hara

204 names found for "Hara"   (page 1 of 5) 

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Looking for names that mean Hara? We couldn't find the exact name Hara, but listed below are some first names meaning Hara or names similar to the word Hara.

Similar Names

Hare | Hari | Harro | Harry | Haru | Heru | Hirah | Hor | Hori | Hur |

Related Names

Abel  (Hebrew)
Biblical Character, the Second Son of Adam and Eve. He is Described As a Shepherd, Whose Offering God Accepts; But He Was Then Murdered by His Brother, Cain
Abharan  (Hindu)
Jewel
Ah  (Chinese)
From a Chinese Character Which Has No Distinct Meaning. it is Not Normally Given As a Name, But it Can Paired With Another Name to Make it a Diminutive
Ah  (Chinese)
From a Chinese Character Which Has No Distinct Meaning. it is Not Normally Given As a Name, But it Can Paired With Another Name to Make it a Diminutive
Aharah  (Biblical)
A Smiling Brother; a Meadow of a Sweet Savor
Alfa  (Hispanic)
The First Character of the Greek Alphabet (Alpha)
Amanda  (Latin)
Lovable, Worthy of Love. Some Scholars Believe This Name Was Invented by British Dramatist Colley Cibber Who Gave it to a Character in His Play 'Love's Last Shift.' Noel Coward Later Named a Character
Amenhotep  (Egyptian)
Name of a Pharaoh
Amenophis  (Egyptian)
Name of a Pharaoh
Anaharath  (Biblical)
Dryness, Burning, Wrath
Anaharath  (Biblical)
Dryness, Burning, Wrath
Angharad  (Arthurian Legend)
A Love of Peredur
Angharad  (Welsh)
Much Loved. Used in 'Mahinogion, ' a Collection of Medieval Welsh Folk Tales. The Name of Famous Welsh Actress Angharad Rees
Angharat  (Arthurian Legend)
A Love of Peredur
Ashley  (English)
Lives in the Ash Tree Grove. Derived from a Surname and Place Name Based on the Old English Word for Ash Wood. Famous Bearer: Ashley, the Male Character in Margaret Mitchell's Popular 'Gone With the W
Ashley  (English)
Lives in the Ash Tree Grove. Derived from a Surname and Place Name Based on the Old English Word for Ash Wood. Famous Bearer: Ashley, the Male Character in Margaret Mitchell's Popular 'Gone With the W
Asia  (Arabic)
Lively; the Rising Sun. The Name of the Continent Used As a Given Name. According to the Koran the Pharaoh's Wife Asia Raised the Infant Moses. A Variant of Aisha: Life
Asianne  (Arabic)
The Rising Sun. The Name of the Continent Used As a Given Name. According to the Koran the Pharaoh's Wife Asia Raised the Infant Moses. A Variant of Aisha: (Life)
Azarlah  (Hebrew)
Whom God Helps. The Name Azalrah Was Given to Several Old Testament Characters, Including a King of Judah
Azhara  (Arabic)
Flower
Azia  (Arabic)
The Rising Sun. The Name of the Continent Used As a Given Name. According to the Koran the Pharaoh's Wife Asia Raised the Infant Moses. A Variant of Aisha: (Life)
Barnaby  (English)
A Variant of the Hebrew Barnabas Meaning Son of Consolation, Son of Exhortation, or Son of Comfort. Famous Bearer: Barnaby Rudge, a Character in Th Century Charles Dickens' Novel Barnaby Rudge
Basharaat  (Muslim)
Variant of Basharat: Good Omen; Prophecy
Basharat  (Islamic)
Good News, Glad Tidings
Basharat  (Muslim)
Good Omen; Prophecy
Becky  (Hebrew)
An Abbreviation of Rebecca, Meaning Captivated, or Captivating, Frequently Used As an Independent Name. Famous Bearer: Fictional Character Becky Sharp, the Unethical Heroine of Thackeray's Novel Vanit
Ben  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Benjamin: Son of My Right Hand. Many Jewish Families Named Their Youngest Child Benjamin. Famous Bearers: Th Century British Statesman Benjamin Disraeli. Dustin Hoffman's Character in th
Bena  (Native American)
Pheasant, Birds Characterized Having Long Tails And, in Males of Species With Brilliantly Colored Plumage
Benedick  (English)
A Variant of Benedict, Meaning Blessed, Given to a Shakespearian Character in the Play Much Ado About Nothing
Benjamin  (Hebrew)
Son of My Right Hand. Many Jewish Families Named Their Youngest Child Benjamin. Famous Bearers: Th Century British Statesman Benjamin Disraeli. Dustin Hoffman's Character in the Movie 'The Graduate.'
Benjy  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Benjamin: Son of My Right Hand. Many Jewish Families Named Their Youngest Child Benjamin. Famous Bearers: Th Century British Statesman Benjamin Disraeli. Dustin Hoffman's Character in th
Beth-haran  (Biblical)
House of Grace
Beth-haran  (Biblical)
House of Grace
Betharabah  (Biblical)
House of Sweet Smell
Betharabah  (Biblical)
House of Sweet Smell
Bharadwaj  (Indian)
a lucky bird
Bharain  (Gaelic)
Lives Near the Clear Stream
Bharat  (Hindu)
Name of a Saint
Bharat  (Indian)
India, universal monarch
Bharati  (Hindu)
India
Bharati  (Hindu)
Saraswati
Bharati  (Indian)
Saraswati
Biron  (English)
Surname Used As a Given Name. Biron Was the Name of a Character in Shakespeare's Loves Labours Lost
Brangaine  (Celtic)
Character from Isolde Legend
Camille  (French)
Virginal, Unblemished Character
Cedric  (English)
Cedric Was a Character in Sir Walter Scott's Novel Ivanhoe. Possibly Derived from a Misspelling of Cerdic, a King of Wessex, or from the Welsh Cedrych, Meaning Bounty-pattern
Cedrych  (English)
Variant of Cedric: Cedric Was a Character in Sir Walter Scott's Novel Ivanhoe. Possibly Derived from a Misspelling of Cerdic, a King of Wessex, or from the Welsh Cedrych, Meaning Bounty-pattern
Charaka  (Hindu)
Roamer
Charan  (Indian)
feet
Charan  (Hindu)
Feet
204 names found for "Hara"   (page 1 of 5) 

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