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Popularity Over Time: How Many Boys Have Been Named Hans
This chart illustrates how many Boys were named Hans in the U.S. since 1880.
A few facts about the boy's name Hans:
Records indicate that 12,267 boys in the United States have been named Hans since 1880.
The greatest number of people were given this name in 1970, when 266 people in the U.S. were given the name Hans. Those people are now 47 years old.
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Comments about the name Hans
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3 Positive Comments
"Hans Means SWAN - the bird - in Hindi and I like the pronunciation of Hans (rhyming to Fans)as opposed to the German pronunciation Hahns or HAOUNS - to much stress on the syllables for such a short lettered name
Hans the swan is pronounced - Hunss with lot of stress on 's'....
Variant and comman name in India is
Hansraj - Swan King
I love the name -
It means 'God is Gracious' - but since I've grown into a NON believer - I like SWAN.
Swans are handsome and most beautiful birds
so there you have it - Swan - handsome -hans" Feb. 13, 2009:
"people sometime pronounce it wrong and spell it. it pronounce HANS. i have never met someone with my name,i have met people with hans part of their name, like johanson, hanson. the name hans is the best name i would say. in high the students loves it, its the coolest name. the only tease i get is stupid people calling me hands but only one person has. so HANS is the coolest name to give to someone" Nov. 21, 2006:
"this is my son's name. It is a family name (my dad's and great-grandfather), both from Norway. People in the US will sometimes say "hands" and spell it Hanz. Go figure!" Jan. 31, 2006:
6 Neutral Comments
"this is my sons nsme,we are tanzanian, i fill proud for these name because god is gracios" Jul. 26, 2011:
"My husband's name is Hans. It is a family name from Norway. We live in San Diego,California where we almost never see anyone with this name. There are approx 20 Hans in his family history. I think it is a cool and unique name here in the US" Apr. 26, 2010:
"my last name is hans.living in canada.but born and raised in india.but i really do not know the history behind it.my parents actually told me this is german name.we are not very much people in india whose last name is hans.if you guys are historian please tell something about it." Jul. 4, 2009:
"My ex husbands name is Hans he likes to call himself Hansome" Apr. 26, 2008:
"Hans is German/Scandinavian and it's derived from 'Johann' the German/Scandinavian version of John. It's a VERY common name. Especially, but not exclusively, in rural areas there are many called Johann, and they are all nicknamed Hans. Johann is pronounced 'Yo-hun' and Hans 'Huns' - think of it as a plural of 'hun' and you know how to say it." Mar. 9, 2007:
"There is a boy at my skool named Hans Foster. But he goes by Foster. Hans is a handsome name tho. But Fo is cool too." Feb. 15, 2007:
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