Hain Name Meaning

English: habitational name from any of various places named with Middle English heghen, a weak plural of hegh, from Old English (ge)hæg ‘enclosure’. See also Haynes. English: from the Middle English personal name Hain, Heyne. This is derived from the Germanic personal name Hagano, originally a byname meaning ‘hawthorn’. It is found in England before the Conquest, but was popularized by the Normans. In the Danelaw, it may be derived from Old Norse Hagni, Hogni (see Hagan), a Scandinavianized version of the same name. English: nickname for a wretched individual, from Middle English hain(e), heyne ‘wretch’, ‘niggard’. German: topographic name for someone who lived by a patch of enclosed pastureland, Middle High German hage(n) (see Hagen 1), hain, or a habitational name from a place named Hain, from this word. German: from the Germanic personal name Hagin, originally a byname from the same element as in 2 above. Jewish (eastern Ashkenazic): metronymic from the Yiddish personal name Khaye ‘life’ + the Slavic possessive suffix -in.

List of People with Surname Hain

According to our database, there are a total of 923 people with the surname Hain. Among these people surnamed Hain, there are about 248 unique names, with an average of 3 people who have the same name. John Hain, Michael Hain and William Hain are the top three most popular names from the list of people surnamed Hain, with 23, 21 and 19 people respectively.

Moreover, we found that Pennsylvania has the largest number of people surnamed Hain, with a total of 224 people, and there are a total of 139 unique names among these people. California is the second-most populous state for people with the surname Hain, with a total of 74 people and an average of 64 unique names.