Origin: Greek ( ‘Εκτωρ )
Meaning: “holding fast” from Greek εχω (echo) meaning “to hold, to possess”
Hector is a famous figure in the Iliad, the son of King Priam and the brother of Paris. He was one of Troy’s greatest champions against the Greeks and his death by Achilles ultinately spelled the end of Troy.
It’s also the name of King Arthur’s foster father (also known as Ector)