Either Male or Female
The meaning of the name Hyde is Land Measurement
The origin of the name Hyde is English
Filed under: Aggressive
Notes: A habitational surname for the "holder of a hide,"which described someone who lived on and farmed a piece of land. A Hide "hi(gi)d" is Olde English for a measurement of land from 60-100 acres. There are Hyde Parks, in London and Chicago. Title character from the novel "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson.