US Popularity:24766
Other Origin(s):Hebrew
Meaning:The holly tree; Grace
A festive choice for a winter baby, Hollyann combines Old English Holly with Hebrew Ann to create a musical appellation for girls. This charming title inspires imagery of lush green holly leaves dotted with red berries and also carries the meaning “grace” from Ann. Holly, Holley, and Hollis became surnames for those living near holly trees in England and Ireland. Today, Holly is a well-established personal name many adore and has danced from gender to gender throughout history. Adding Ann to this nature-infused title only elevates its beauty, with Hollyann being a cheerful name baby can introduce with pride.

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