Other Origin(s):German, Hebrew
Meaning:Of Hazel; Light brown; Hare; Descendant of fire
Haze is a gender-neutral name steeped in origins and possibilities. Haze has roots in Dutch, German, and Jewish (Ashkenazic), deriving from the nickname Hase, meaning “hare.” Haze could be a nature-lover's name, relating to the hazelnut tree from the Old English hæsel. Parents with Irish heritage may favor Haze's connection to O'Hayes, which means “descendant of fire.” Those who wish to honor their faith might prefer the Hebrew root hazā'ēl, meaning “God sees.” Haze is a beautiful and versatile name that baby will undoubtedly wear with pride. With so many possible origins, baby will be free to explore their identity as they grow, forging their own unique path.
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