US Popularity:11704
Other Origin(s):Dutch, Hebrew
Meaning:Sad, melancholic; Strong; Hare
Hazin is a masculine name with roots in various cultures, giving your little one a variety of meanings to inspire them. With its Arabic origin, Hazin can translate to “sad” or “melancholic”—but don’t take that as a negative. Sadness is such a common emotion, and this name can always remind baby that it’s okay to express it in a healthy, constructive way. Hazin may also come from the Hebrew name Chasin, meaning “strong.” Your little one will have so many different options to discover their unique strengths, whether in the art studio or the sports field. If baby’s strength just happens to be their swiftness or love for animals it’ll fit wonderfully with Hazin’s Dutch roots, which translate it to “hare.” As baby becomes in tune with their feelings, hones their strengths, and races toward their future, the name Hazin is sure to fit them like a glove.

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