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Meaning of the Name Hern

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

English: Mythical Hunter

Similar Names

Haran | Harm | Harun | Hearne | Herman | Hermon | Hernan | Herne | Herwin | Herwyn |

Related Names

Agastya  (Hindu)
Agastya is the Patron Saint of Southern India
Ahern  (Celtic)
Lord of the Horses
Ahern  (Irish)
Lord of the Horses
Ahern  (Gaelic)
Owns Many Horses
Aherne  (Gaelic)
Owns Many Horses
Albany  (Scottish)
Derived from a Former Name for Northern Scotland
Andromeda  (Greek)
Mythology; an Ethiopian Princess; Wife of Perseus. Also a Northern Constellation
Benjamin  (Irish)
Southerner
Brighid  (Gaelic)
Believed to Be Derived from the Celtic Element Brigh (Strength) and from Breosaighead (Fire Arrow) and to an Ancient Tribe Called the Brigantes, Who Lived in Northern England. Ang: Bridget. Var: Bridg
Columba  (Latin)
Dove. Famous Bearer, Th Century Irish Abbot and Missionary St Columba Converted the Inhabitants of Scotland and Northern England to Christianity
Columbina  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Columba: Dove. Famous Bearer: Th Century Irish Abbot and Missionary St Columba Converted the Inhabitants of Scotland and Northern England to Christianity
Columbine  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Columba: Dove. Famous Bearer: Th Century Irish Abbot and Missionary St Columba Converted the Inhabitants of Scotland and Northern England to Christianity
Dacey  (Gaelic)
Southerner
Dacy  (Gaelic)
Southerner
Deasach  (Gaelic)
Southerner
Dixie  (English)
Abbreviation of Richard. in the Usa Dixie Refers to the French Word for Ten; Also to the Southern States Below the Mason- Dixon Line
Hadrian  (Latin)
From 'Hadrianus' Meaning of Adria or 'Of the Adriatic. Also 'Dark, ' a Variant of Adrian. Famous Bearer: Roman Emperor Hadrian Ordered the Famous Hadrian's Wall Be Built Across Northern England
Hernan  (Spanish)
Adventurous. Variant of Ferdinand
Hernandez  (Spanish)
Adventurous. Variant of Ferdinand
Hernando  (German)
Adventuresome
Hernando  (Spanish)
Bold Voyager
Hernando  (Spanish)
Adventurous. Variant of Ferdinand
Herne  (Celtic/Gaelic)
God of the Hunt
Herne  (English)
Mythical Hunter
Herne  (Celtic)
Mythical Hunter God
Kieran  (Gaelic)
Little and Dark Skinned; an Irish Saint Who Christianized Southern Ireland. (Kiernan). Origin: Gaelic
Li  (Chinese)
Means Either 'strength' or 'Plum' or 'Black' or 'sharp' in Chinese. Li Ssu-hsun Was a Chinese Landscape Painter, Li Po Was a Chinese Poet, and Li Yu Was a Chinese Poet and Ruler of the Southern Tang K
Li  (Chinese)
Means Either 'strength' or 'Plum' or 'Black' or 'sharp' in Chinese. Li Ssu-hsun Was a Chinese Landscape Painter, Li Po Was a Chinese Poet, and Li Yu Was a Chinese Poet and Ruler of the Southern Tang K
Northrop  (English)
Northern Farm
Norton  (English)
Northern Settlement
Norward  (English)
Northern Guardian
Southern  (American)
From the South
Suhyal  (Islamic)
Name Referring to the Second-brightest Star in the Southern Skies
Sully  (English)
Southern Field
Trahern  (Welsh)
Incredibly Strong
Trahern  (Celtic)
Strong As Iron

Additional Names

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