Hyacinth Hill in the US

  1. #3,714,980 Hy Schwartz
  2. #3,714,981 Hyacin Williams
  3. #3,714,982 Hyacinth Akunne
  4. #3,714,983 Hyacinth Charles
  5. #3,714,984 Hyacinth Hill
  6. #3,714,985 Hyacinth Morris
  7. #3,714,986 Hyang Yu
  8. #3,714,987 Hyangsook Lee
  9. #3,714,988 Hye Chi
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Meaning & Origins

English form of the name (Greek Hyakinthos) borne in classical mythology by a beautiful youth who was accidentally killed by Apollo and from whose blood sprang a flower bearing his name (not the modern hyacinth, but a type of dark lily). The name was later borne by various early saints, principally one martyred in the 3rd century with his brother Protus. This encouraged its use as a male name in Christian Europe, including, occasionally, Britain. However, in Britain at the end of the 19th century there was a vogue for coining new girls' names from vocabulary words denoting plants and flowers (e.g. Daisy, Ivy). Hyacinth accordingly came to be regarded exclusively as a girl's name. It has never been common, and in the 1990s came to be associated with the character of the domineering snob Hyacinth Bucket in the British TV comedy series Keeping Up Appearances.
4,215th in the U.S.
English and Scottish: extremely common and widely distributed topographic name for someone who lived on or by a hill, Middle English hill (Old English hyll).
36th in the U.S.

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