Ancient word of Sanskrit origin Haim (Sanskrit हैम) literally means snowy, wintry, frigid or cold.
Reference of Haim is found in Raghuvansh (रघुवंश) with meanings like wintry or something caused or produced by snow or ice.
Haim is also found to be referenced in Mahabharata (महाभारत) as a name of Lord Shiva.
Horace H. Wilson has also used Haim in their writings as dew or frost. Mention of this name is found in Varah-Mihir-Brihat-Sanhita (वराह-मिहिर-बृहत्-संहिता) and Mahabharata as something relating to a mountain Himalaya (हिमालय).
Haim is a very popular name in the USA. Haim is in trend since 1971 and til 2013 Haim is adopted by 5-9 people per year as the name of their kids. Haim is not a popular name in India. Haim is used by mere 5 people in India as the name of their children.
Haim is a nice and stylish name. Haim has a nice meaning attached to it. Haim also has some sort of mythological significance attached to it.
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