Henning Name Meaning and Origin

Henning is a Boy name. The name is originated from ‘Germanic’ origin. The baby name Henning means “Ruler Of The House”.

 

Henning Origin:

Origin of the name is: “Germanic”

 

Gender:

Henning is a Boy name.

 

Pronunciation:

The pronunciation of the name is: “HE + ning”

 

Henning Name Meaning:

Henning is a diminutive of Henrick, itself a variant of Henry. Henry originates in Germanic languages and means “ruler of the house”. It was a favorite name in royal circles, given to numerous kings of England, France and Castile, as well as to six Holy Roman Emperors. It has been one of the most popular male given names over centuries, and in different spellings all over the world.

 

Religion:

It is a Christian baby name.

 

Syllable:

N/A

 

Variations or similar name:

Not available

 

Famous people with this name:

Henning Mankell, Swedish novelist;

Henning Stille Berg, Norwegian footballer and manager;

(Hermann) Henning Karl Robert von Tresckow, German general and Nazi resistor;

Henning Wehn, German-British comedian ;

Henning Warloe, Norwegian politician;

Henning Solberg, Norwegian rally driver;

Henning Enoksen, Danish footballer;

Henning Jensen, Danish footballer;

 

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