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Gender: M Meaning of Hart: "stag" Origin of Hart: English

Hart could be the hero of a romantic novel, but on the other hand, it's short, straightforward, and strong sounding. The most famous bearer of the name was tragic poet Hart (born Harold) Crane, but it also has musical cred via Lorenz Hart, of the classic Rodgers & Hart songwriting duo and a literary tie to playwright Moss Hart.

Hart would make an interesting middle name choice--with heart.

Famous People Named Hart

(Harold) Hart Crane, American poet
Hart Pease Danks, American composer and singer
Hart D. Fisher, American graphic novelist
Hart Hanson, American TV writer and producer
Hart Pomerantz, Canadian lawyer and TV personality
Hart Matthew Bochner, Canadian actor
William George Spencer "Hart" Cavendish, Marquess of Hartington (later 6th Duke of Devonshire), son of Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire

Pop Culture References for the name Hart

Hart Jones, character in book series "From The Files of Madison Finn"
Hart, character from movie "Rites of Passage"
Hart Evans, the main character in Andrew Clements'"The Last Holiday Concert"
Robbie Hart, character from movie "The Wedding Singer"
Roxanne 'Roxie' Hart, character in musical 'Chicago'
Zoe Hart, character from the TV series Hart of Dixie
Harry Hart, character from Kingsman: The Secret Service