Havriyil is a rare form of Gabriel, which comes from the Hebrew Gavriel (God is my strong man). Though the letter G doesn’t occur very often in Ukrainian, Gavrylo is their traditional form of that name.
Havrylo is a folk form of Gabriel.
Hedymin is the Ukrainian form of Lithuanian name Gediminas, or Gedminas. It derives from Old Lithuanian gedauti (to ask) or modern Lithuanian gedėti (to grieve, mourn, miss, pine, yearn, long for), and minėti (“to celebrate” or “to remember, commemorate”).
Hennadiy is the Ukrainian form of the Russian name Gennadiy, which comes from Greek name Gennadios. Its root is the Greek word gennadas (generous, noble).
Heorhiy is the Ukrainian form of George, which comes from Greek name Georgios and means “farmer” (or, more literally, earthworker).
Herasym is a rare Ukrainian form of the Russian name Gerasim, which comes from Greek name Gerasimos and the word geras (gift, honour).
Hermohen is an archaic form of the Greek name Hermogenes (born of Hermes).
Hipparkh is the Ukrainian form of Greek name Hipparchos, which derives from roots hippos (horse) and archos (master) or arche (source, origin).
Hlib is the Ukrainian form of the Russian name Gleb, which derives from Old Norse name Guðleifr (heir of God).
Hlykeriy is the Ukrainian form of Greek name Glykerios (sweet).
Hnat is the Ukrainian form of Latin name Ignatius, which comes from Roman family name Egnatius, of unknown Etruscan origin. The spelling was later changed because of the Latin word ignis (fire).
Hryhoriy is the Ukrainian form of Gregory, which comes from Greek name Gregorios and means “alert, watchful.” Other forms of this name are Hryhor and Hryhir. The diminutive is Hrysha.
Hrytsko was the main folk form of Hryhoriy until the early 20th century. It’s now used as a nickname.
Halena is an archaic form of Halyna (see below).
Halyna is the Ukrainian form of the Russian and Bulgarian name Galina. This is the feminine form of the Greek name Galenos, or Galen, which means “calm.” The diminutives include Halya and Halyusya.
Hapka is a folk form of Agatha, which comes from Greek name Agathe and means “good.”
Hertruda is an archaic form of Gertrude (spear of strength).
Hlykeriya is the Ukrainian form of Greek name Glykeria (sweet).
Horpyna is a folk form of Latin name Agrippina. This is a feminine form of Agrippa, which may derive from Greek roots agrios (wild) and hippos (horse), or be of Etruscan origin.