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This is a list of elements in which the first letter is H; and the type is element.
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HA (1)Korean
Korean reading of xià.
HA (2)Korean
Korean reading of shì.
Ancient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "high", or possibly "horse".
HACHIJapanese
Japanese goon reading of .
HADUAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "battle, combat".
HAGANAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "enclosure".
HǍIChinese
Chinese character meaning "sea, ocean".
HẢIVietnamese
Vietnamese form of hǎi.
HALLRAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "rock".
HAMAJapanese
Japanese kun reading of bāng.
HÁNChinese
Chinese character referring to the former state of Han, which existed from the 5th to 3rd centuries BC in what is now Shanxi and Henan provinces.
HANKorean
Korean reading of hán. It is also used to refer to the region of Korea.
HANA (1)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of huā.
HANA (2)Japanese
Means "flower, splendour", a Japanese kun reading of huá.
HÁNGChinese
Chinese character meaning "business, line, row".
HẰNGVietnamese
Vietnamese form of héng.
HÁOChinese
Chinese character meaning "brave, heroic, chivalrous".
HÀO (1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "stove, bright".
HÀO (2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "daybreak, bright".
HÀO (3)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "great, numerous, vast".
HÀO (4)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "bright, luminous, clear, hoary".
HÀO (5)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "summer, sky, heaven".
HÀO (6)Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of háo.
HǍOChinese
Chinese character meaning "good, excellent".
HARA (1)Japanese
Means "meadow, field, plain", from a Japanese kun reading of yuán.
HARDAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "brave, hardy".
HARI (1)Ancient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "army".
HARI (2)Sanskrit
Sanskrit element meaning "yellow, tawny", and by extension "monkey, horse, lion".
HARU (1)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of chūn.
HARU (2)Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of yáng.
HARU (3)Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of qíng.
HARU (4)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of yáo.
HARUKAJapanese
Japanese kun reading of yáo.
HASHIJapanese
Japanese kun reading of qiáo.
HAYAJapanese
Japanese nanori reading of sǔn.
HAYASHIJapanese
Japanese kun reading of lín.
HAYATEJapanese
Japanese kun reading of .
(1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "river, stream".
(2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "lotus, water lily".
(3)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "harmony, peace".
HEARDAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "brave, hardy".
HĒIChinese
Chinese character meaning "black".
HEI (1)Japanese
Japanese kan'on reading of píng.
HEIDAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "kind, sort, type". It converts an adjective into a noun.
HEILAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "happy, hearty, healthy".
HEIMAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "home".
HEIÐRAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "bright, clear".
HELIOSAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "sun".
HELMAncient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "helmet, protection".
HÉNG (1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "constant, persistent".
HÉNG (2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "lady".
HERE (1)Anglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "army".
HEROSAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "hero, warrior".
HERRAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "army".
HI (1)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of yáng.
HI (2)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of .
HI (3)Japanese
Japanese on reading of fēi.
HIBIKIJapanese
Japanese kun reading of xiǎng.
HIDE (1)Japanese
Means "excellent, outstanding", a Japanese nanori reading of xiù.
HIDE (2)Japanese
Means "excellent, fine", a Japanese nanori reading of yīng.
HIEMIAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "to throw".
HIEROSAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "sacred, divine".
HIKARIJapanese
Japanese kun reading of guāng.
HIKARU (1)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of guāng.
HIKARU (2)Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of huī.
HIKOJapanese
Means "boy, prince", from a Japanese kun reading of yàn.
HILAROSAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "cheerful".
HILDAncient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "battle".
HILDRAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "battle".
HIMAWARIJapanese
Means "sunflower" in Japanese.
HINATA (1)Japanese
Means "sunny place" in Japanese.
HINATA (2)Japanese
Means "toward the sun" in Japanese.
HINATA (3)Japanese
Non-standard reading of himawari.
HIPPOSAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "horse".
HIRAKUJapanese
Japanese kun reading of .
HIRO (1)Japanese
Means "tolerant, generous", from a Japanese kun reading of kuān.
HIRO (2)Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of .
HIRO (3)Japanese
Means "prosperous", from a Japanese kun reading of hào.
HIRO (4)Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of .
HIRO (5)Japanese
Means "command, esteem", from a Japanese kun reading of .
HIRO (6)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of xún.
HIROSHI (1)Japanese
Means "tolerant, generous", from a Japanese nanori reading of kuān.
HIROSHI (2)Japanese
Japanese nanori reading of .
HIROSHI (3)Japanese
Means "prosperous", from a Japanese nanori reading of hào.
HIROSHI (4)Japanese
Means "command, esteem", from a Japanese nanori reading of .
HISAJapanese
Japanese nanori reading of jiǔ.
HISTEMIAncient Greek
Greek word meaning "to stand, to set up".
HITOJapanese
Japanese nanori reading of shǐ.
HITOMIJapanese
Japanese kun reading of tóng.
HJALMRAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "helmet".
HJÖRRAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "sword".
HLUDAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "famous, loud".
HNODAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "crush".
HO (1)Korean
Korean reading of hào.
HO (2)Korean
Korean reading of hào.
HO (3)Korean
Korean reading of hào.
HO (4)Korean
Korean reading of hào.
HO (5)Korean
Korean reading of hào.
HO (6)Korean
Korean reading of hǎo.
HO (7)Japanese
Japanese kun reading of suì.
HOAVietnamese
Vietnamese form of huā.
HOÀNGVietnamese
Vietnamese form of huáng.
HODOSAncient Greek
Greek word meaning "road, way".
HOLMRAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "small island".
HONJapanese
Japanese kan'on reading of běn.
HÓNG (1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "enlarge, expand, great".
HÓNG (2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "wild swan, great, vast".
HÓNG (3)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "rainbow".
HÓNG (4)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "wide, spacious, great, vast".
HÓNG (5)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "red, vermillion, blush".
HỒNGVietnamese
Vietnamese form of hóng.
HONO (1)Japanese
Obscure Japanese nanori reading of .
HONO (2)Japanese
Obscure Japanese nanori reading of suì.
HÓRÐRAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "brave, hardy".
HOSHIJapanese
Japanese kun reading of xīng.
HOTARUJapanese
Japanese kun reading of yíng.
HÓUChinese
Chinese character meaning "lord, nobleman".
HÒUChinese
Chinese character meaning "thick".
HOUVAOld Dutch
Old Dutch word meaning "plot of land, farm".
HRABANAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "raven".
HRAMNAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "raven".
HREIÐRAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "nest, home".
HRODAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "fame".
HROKAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "rest".
HROMAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "fame".
HROSAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "horse".
HROÐAnglo-Saxon
Old English element meaning "fame".
HRÓÐRAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "fame".
HUKorean
Korean reading of hòu.
Chinese
Chinese character meaning "beard, whiskers, recklessly, wildly, barbarian".
HUÁChinese
Chinese character meaning "splendid, illustrious, flowery, Chinese".
HUĀChinese
Chinese character meaning "flower, blossom".
HUÀNChinese
Chinese character meaning "shining, brilliant, lustrous".
HUĀNChinese
Chinese character meaning "happy, pleased".
HUÁNG (1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "bright, shining, luminous".
HUÁNG (2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "female phoenix".
HUÁNG (3)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "yellow".
HUỆ (1)Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of huì.
HUỆ (2)Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of huì.
HUGAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "mind, thought, heart, spirit".
HUGRAncient Scandinavian
Old Norse element meaning "mind, thought".
HUI (1)Korean
Korean reading of .
HUI (2)Korean
Korean reading of .
HUI (3)Korean
Korean reading of .
HUÌ (1)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "bright, intelligent".
HUÌ (2)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "favour, benefit".
HUÌ (3)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "orchid".
HUÌ (4)Chinese
Chinese character meaning "picture, painting".
HUĪChinese
Chinese character meaning "brightness".
HULDAAncient Germanic
Germanic element meaning "merciful, graceful".
HUN (1)Ancient Germanic, Anglo-Saxon
Germanic element meaning "bear cub, warrior".
HUN (2)Korean
Korean reading of xūn.
HÙNGVietnamese
Vietnamese form of xióng.
HƯƠNGVietnamese
Vietnamese form of xiāng.
HỮUVietnamese
Vietnamese form of yǒu.
HWANKorean
Korean reading of huàn.
HYE (1)Korean
Korean reading of huì.
HYE (2)Korean
Korean reading of huì.
HYEON (1)Korean
Korean reading of xián.
HYEON (2)Korean
Korean reading of xiǎn.
HYEON (3)Korean
Korean reading of xuàn.
HYEON (4)Korean
Korean reading of xuàn.
HYMNOSAncient Greek
Greek element meaning "song, hymn".