Other Origin(s):British
Meaning:High guardian; Keeper of the hedges and enclosures
Haward is a masculine name steeped in heroic grandeur, originating in Old Norse and Old English. Haward is an early form of Norse Howard, a lofty title meaning “high guardian,” from hâ ward. Haward’s British roots reveal it as an Anglo-Saxon name derived from hēgweard, meaning “keeper of the hedges and enclosures.” No matter which origin calls to you, Haward is ideal for the courageous little hero who holds themselves in high regard. With a name like Haward, baby can stand on top of the world knowing they are loved and protected.
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