Harloe is a boy’s name of Old English origin. An alternate form of Harlow, the name comes from a family who lived in pre-Norman Harlow, a parish in the county of Essex, England. It means “army hill,” which could possibly refer to Viking forces that were once present in the area. When families left England in the face of political and religious discontent, the name Harloe traveled with them as a reminder of their roots. It's a well-recorded moniker throughout history, with even a crest to its name. Baby Harloe can feel encouraged to feel a similar pride in their home and family.
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