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I think Hollie is better than Holly because the spelling is more original, even if we're all less familiar with it.
― Anonymous User  2/20/2006
I have a friend called Hollie. I think this spelling is more mature than "Holly".
― Anonymous User  11/18/2006
My name is Hollie and I wouldn't change it even thought there are some better names to have. I prefer this to Holly because it is less common and doesn't remind you of the bush as much.
Holzi194  2/14/2007
Pronounced HOL-ly.
ArcticSnowgirl  7/22/2007
Hollie would be harder to grow up with, in my opinion. It looks less mature, to me, than Holly. Also, I think it looks a bit too much like the clothing store Hollister to me.
― Anonymous User  9/19/2007
I now a girl named Hollie, and she is cool and funny, but whenever I write her name I can't help but accidentally spell it with a "y".
mhavril39  9/24/2007
I have heard several spellings:
Hollie
Holly
Holli
Hollee
and Holley.
I prefer Hollie though. It seems more mature.
Patricia Underwood  2/6/2008
My wife's name is Hollie, and one reason we knew we were right for each other is that I unknowingly spelled it right (instead of Holly) the first time. Unfortunately MANY of my friends continue to spell it Holly, despite the numerous cards and emails she has sent. Frustrating!

I think it's a beautiful name. Has a nice ring to it, a holly bush is pretty, and the Christmas connection is nice - it's the happiest time of the year, after all. Her middle name is Robin, a winter bird in England I'm told, so her name is quite festive. And she very much fits it - She is my Hollie Robin. :)
sbaraldi  4/20/2008
Erm, it's pronounced hol-ee, I would know I'm called Hollie. =D
holzibubble  1/2/2009
So my name's Hollie, and I really don't actually like it that much :( I would prefer a name like Skylar. I would rather the name Holly then Hollie because everyone spells it wrong, and it gets annoying. But I get over it.
hollie2305  9/29/2011
I like this spelling better. It's less Christmasy so it can be used for a girl born at any time of the year.
Amanda_M87  2/25/2012
The name Hollie was given to 83 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/16/2016

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