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Meaning of the Name Hart

The first name Hart is of English, Teutonic origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

English: Stag. Strong; Brave. Surname
English: Deer or Stag
Teutonic: Deer

Similar Names

Hardy | Harith | Harod | Harte | Harti | Heort | Hord | Hrut | Hariti | Herta |

Related Names

Baldhart  (German)
Bold or Strong
Bernard  (Scottish)
Bold or Strong As a Bear; Derived from the Old High German Bernhard, a Compound Name Composed of the Elements Bern (Bear)And Hart (Bold, Strong, Hearty)
Bret  (English)
A Native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England). Derived from the Surname Breton or Briton, Brett and Bret Became Popular First Names After Us Writer Bret Harte. Brett Became Very Popular in Aust
Brett  (English)
A Native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England). Derived from the Surname Breton or Briton, Brett and Bret Became Popular First Names After Us Writer Bret Harte. Brett Became Very Popular in Aust
Burkhart  (German)
Strong As a Castle
Burkhart  (English)
Variant of Burchard: Strong Castle
Dharti  (Hindu)
The Earth
Erhart  (German)
Variant of Erhard: Determined
Everhart  (Dutch)
Brave Boar
Everhart  (German)
Variant of Eberhard: Boar's Bravery
Harte  (Teutonic)
Deer
Harte  (English)
Stag. Strong; Brave. Surname
Hartford  (English)
From the Stag's Ford
Harti  (German)
Daring
Hartley  (English)
From the Stag's Meadow. Stag Wood or Meadow from Old English. Both a Surname and Place Name. Famous Bearer: Late Th Century Poet Hartley Coleridge
Hartman  (German)
Strong
Hartman  (English)
Stag. Strong; Brave. Surname
Hartmann  (German)
Strong
Hartun  (English)
From the Gray Estate
Hartwell  (English)
From the Well
Hartwell  (English)
Lives Near the Stag's Spring
Hartwell  (Teutonic)
From the Deer's Well
Hartwig  (Teutonic)
Strong Advisor
Hartwood  (English)
From the Stag's Forest
Rabhartach  (Gaelic)
Wealthy
Ramhart  (German)
Mighty or Intelligent
Richard  (English)
A Borrowing from the Old French, Richard is Derived from the Old High German Richart, a Compound Name Composed from the Elements Ric, Rik (Power, Ruler) and Hard (Strong, Brave, Hearty). Short Forms:
Siddharth  (Indian)
white mustard
Stockhart  (English)
Hardy Tree
Urquhart  (Scottish)
From the Fount on the Knoll
Wharton  (English)
From the Estate at the Hollow

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