List of Names with "Hill" in Meaning

A collection of baby names with meaning of hill. We found in our database 30 names have the similar meanings. If you want to hold this word 'Hill' for your lovely kid, please proceed to collection and choose any of the alternative in the list given below:

  • Jabalah
    Meaning: Mountain, Hill, Origin: Arabic
  • Rabiyah
    Rabiah is a Muslim Girl name, it is an Arabic originated name.
    Meaning: Hill, Origin: Arabic
  • Rabwa
    Rabwah is an Arabic word meaning an "elevated place".
    Meaning: Hill, Origin: Arabic
  • Ruba
    Meaning of name Ruba. Etymology : Means "hill" in Arabic. Saint : Origin : Arabic.
    Meaning: Pl of Rubwa, Rabwa, Hill, Origin: Arabic
  • Ruban
    Name Ruban generally means Bright, is of Indian origin, Name Ruban is a Feminine (or Girl) name. This name is shared across persons, who are either Muslim or Hindu by religion. Name Ruban belongs to rashi Tula (Libra) and Nakshatra (stars) Swati.
    Meaning: Bright, Pl. of Rubwa, Hill, Origin: Arabic
  • Giva
    The meaning of the name “Giva” is: “Hill, High Place”.
    Meaning: Hill, Origin: Hindi
  • Bartholemew
    Bartholomew (originally /ˈbɑːrtəlmi/, BAR-təl-mi; now commonly /ˈbɑːrˈθɒləmjuː/, bar-THO-lə-mew) is an English given name that derives from the Aramaic name meaning "son of Talmai". Bar is Aramaic for "son", and marks patronyms. Talmai either comes from telem "furrow" or is a Hebrew version of Ptolemy or Filius.
    Meaning: Hill, furrow
  • Bryn - BRIN
    Origin of the name Bryn: Bryn Borrowed from the Welsh, Bryn is derived from bryn (hill). It is used as a masculine name in Wales. Var: Brin, Brinn, Brynn.
    Meaning: Hill, Origin: Welsh
  • Brynn - BRIN
    The name Brynn is a Welsh baby name. In Welsh the meaning of the name Brynn is: From the hill.
    Meaning: Hill, Origin: Welsh
  • Geva
    Geva. The name Geva is a Female name. Hebrew meaning: The name Geva is a Hebrew baby name The Hebrew meaning of Geva is: Hill.
    Meaning: Hill
  • Knox - NAHKS
    Knox is a Scottish surname that originates from the Scots Gaelic "cnoc", meaning a hillock or a hump. Notable Knoxes include the Presbyterian reformer John Knox, American Revolutionary War hero Henry Knox and the United States Army facility Fort Knox named after him.
    Meaning: Hill, Origin: English
  • Pendle
    Last name: Pendle. ... It is locational and originates from either Pendle in the county of Lancashire, or from some now "lost" medieval village. The derivation is from the Ancient British word "pen" meaning " hill", which predates the Roman Invasion of 55 a.d.
    Meaning: Hill
  • Tarver
    The place name is first recorded as 'Thoruergh' in 1190, and as 'Torvergh' in 1246, and means either the hut or shelter for storing peat, or turf, or 'the hut made of turf'. ... The name can be found a 'Tarver, Turver and Torver' in the modern idiom, and is found most frequently in Lancashire.
    Meaning: Tower, Hill, Leader
  • Tera
    The meaning of the name Tera is Calm arrow (unwavering in flight). The origin of the name Tera is Japanese. Tera is an Japanese name that means 'Calm arrow (unwavering in flight)' FIND THE PERFECT NAME FOR YOUR NEW BABY: Perfect baby names.
    Meaning: Crag, Hill, Origin: Gaelic
  • Hill - HIL
    Hill is a surname of English origin, meaning "a person who lived on a hill", or derived from the Greek or Latin name Hilary or Hillary. It is the 36th most common surname in England and 37th most common in the United States.
    Meaning: Hill, Origin: English
  • Ajanabh
    Meaning: Hill, Mountain, Origin: Hindi
  • Givon
    Meaning: Hill, High Place, Origin: Arabic
  • Montmorency
    Definition of Montmorency. :a cherry that is grown commercially for its bright red sour fruit; also :the fruit. First Known Use: 1924.
    Meaning: Hill, Origin: English
  • Tarina
    The jeweler Tarina Tarantino is a famous bearer. ― Psycho_Princess 11/22/2006. Tarina could also be used as a short form of Catarina or Katarina, variant versions of Catherine, which mean `pure` in Greek.
    Meaning: Hill, Origin: English
  • Barthélemy
  • Bartholomeus
    Dutch Meaning: The name Bartholomeus is a Dutch baby name. In Dutch the meaning of the name Bartholomeus is: Farmer.
  • Barto
    Barto Name Meaning. Italian: from a variant of the personal name Berto or a short form of Bartolo. Hungarian (Bartó): from a pet form of Bertalan, Hungarian form of Bartholomew. Albanian: unexplained.
  • Bartolomé - bahr-toh-loh-MEH
  • Bartolomeo - bahr-toh-loh-MEH-oh
    Origin of the name Bartholomew: From the Middle English Bartelmeus, a cognate of the Late Latin Bartholomaeus, which is from the Greek Bartholomaios (son of Talmai). Talmai is an Aramaic name meaning "hill, mound, furrows."
  • Bertalan
    Given Name BERTALAN. GENDER: Masculine. USAGE: Hungarian. PRONOUNCED: BER-taw-lawn [details]
    Meaning: Hill, Mound, Furrows
  • Brien
    Origin of the name Brian: Irish name of uncertain etymology. It is generally thought to be of Celtic origin, but its meaning is disputed. ... The name was introduced to different parts of England in the Middle Ages by Scandinavians from Ireland and by Bretons from Brittany. Var: Brien, Bryan.
    Meaning: Valor, Strength, Hill, steep, High
  • Brion
    The name Brion is a Celtic baby name. In Celtic the meaning of the name Brion is: Brave; Virtuous.
    Meaning: Valor, Strength, Hill, steep, High
  • Brisan
    Meaning & History. The meaning of this name is not known for certain but it is possibly related to the old Celtic element bre meaning "hill", or by extension "high, noble". It was borne by the semi-legendary Irish king Brian Boru, who thwarted Viking attempts to conquer Ireland in the 11th century.
    Meaning: Valor, Strength, Hill, steep, High
  • Vartholomaios
    Origin of the name Bartholomew: From the Middle English Bartelmeus, a cognate of the Late Latin Bartholomaeus, which is from the Greek Bartholomaios (son of Talmai). Talmai is an Aramaic name meaning "hill, mound, furrows." The name is borne in the Bible by one of the Twelve Apostles of Christ. Short: Bart.
    Meaning: Hill, Mound, Furrows
  • Tinny
    Origin of the name Bryn: Bryn Borrowed from the Welsh, Bryn is derived from bryn (hill). It is used as a masculine name in Wales. Var: Brin, Brinn, Brynn. From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.Buy the book.
    Meaning: Hill