It's an indirect Quranic name for boys and girls that means cultivator, farmer (literally one who plows), it also means lion. Haritha is an ancient Arabic name for boys and is a stronger form of Harith, and it is the name of many Sahaba(companions of the Prophet(PBUH), such as Haritha ibn ar-Rabee, Haritha bin Badr,
It's an indirect Quranic name for boys and girls. It is a non-standard modification of the Quranic name Harun, common mostly in Africa (for boys) and South Asia (for girls).Since Harun is not an Arabic word, the meaning is not perfectly known. Some sources say it means mountain.
Hashaam is an indirect Quranic name for boys that means breaker, brave destroyer of evil. It is a stronger form of the name Hashim. It is derived from the H26-SH-M root which is used in Surat al-Kahf in the Quran: