What does the name Halt mean? Find out below.
Etymology: Formerly alt, It. alto, G. halt, fr. halten to hold. See Hold
Etymology: AS. healt; akin to OS., Dan., & Sw. halt, Icel. haltr halltr, Goth. halts, OHG. halz
Etymology: OE. halten, AS. healtian. See Halt (a.)
From Middle English halten, from Old English healtian (“to be lame, walk with a limp”), from Proto-Germanic *haltōną. English usage in the sense of 'make a halt' is from the noun. Cognate with North Frisian halte, Swedish halta.
From Old French halte, from Old High German halten (“to hold”). More at hold.
Old English healt (verb healtian), from Proto-Germanic *haltaz. Cognate with Danish halt, Swedish halt.
halt was also found in the following language(s): Alemannic German, Danish, German, Hungarian, Irish, and Old French
Charles I. Halt is a military person.
Karl was born on June 2nd, 1891 in Munich. He breathed his last breath on August 5th, 1964.
Al Halt was an athlete. Al was born on November 23rd, 1890 in Sandusky, Ohio. He passed away on January 22nd, 1973.
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People with the last name Halt are most frequently White