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A famous bearer is the singer/actress Holly Valance.
-- Anonymous User  5/21/2005
This is the name of the character which Audrey Hepburn portrayed in arguably her most famous role, as Holly Golightly in the film 'Breakfast At Tiffany's'.
-- reservoirdoll1987  5/28/2005
Famous bearer of this name is Holly Marie Combs of the wonderful Charmed.
-- Gianna  8/8/2005
I like this name. I want to change my name into it. Amanda Bynes playes the character Holly Tyler in "What I Like About You".
-- Anonymous User  11/12/2005
This is my name! I use to hate it because people would always sing 'deck the halls' around me, but I love it now.
-- missxodork  11/14/2005
Holly is the best name in the world, except I don't like it! Anyone want to swap?
-- Anonymous User  11/16/2005
Holly is a very common name for girls who are born in December.
-- Anonymous User  11/20/2005
This is my sister's name but I read the comment about Holly being a common name for kids born in December and my sister was born in October. The reason she was named this was because my mom looked out the hospital window after giving birth and saw the holly tree so it clicked.
-- misty_4_eva  11/25/2005
This is my name, and I really like it. I do wish it had a better meaning though. People always sing Have a Holly Jolly Christmas to me like they are the first ones to ever come up with it, when I have been hearing it all of my life. It's kind of funny. But I love my name and I wouldn't change it. :)
-- Anonymous User  12/13/2005
Holly Hunter is a famous actress.
-- Anonymous User  12/19/2005
Holly is the computer on Red Dwarf.
-- Anonymous User  12/29/2005
Holly Hobbie is the name of the 70's rag dress-wearing little girl in a giant bonnet, created by the American writer and illustrator with the same name - Holly Hobbie.
-- Anonymous User  12/29/2005
This is my name and I really like it although a lot of people do seem to start saying things like "so how is it at Hollywood?" I would also like to say that like people say most people named Holly are I was born in December. December 21 actually.
-- Anonymous User  1/12/2006
This is my name and I LOVE it. I used to think the name sucked because people were always going around singing deck the halls thinking they were the first ones to come up with it. FYI you're NOT! Then I wished it had been spelled a different way. But now that I'm older I'm loving it since I have only met two other people in my life with the same name.
-- peachiekeen320  1/31/2006
My name is Holly, I was born in September but I was conceived in December. I think I was named after Buddy Holly the song though. :p
-- Sakura_lee  2/4/2006
Well my name is Holly and everyone is saying it is a December name but I was born in June so I don't think it so just because of the holly tree.
-- cookieluver883  2/12/2006
Holly is my name. I love it because I almost never meet anyone else with my name. But most of all I love it because my father gave me that name. I was born in January and I always hated Deck the Halls and Holly Jolly Christmas!
-- hconner  3/14/2006
Famous bearer is Holly Short from Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer.
-- kittyjones  3/30/2006
Holly is a supurb name ... heehe.
And I can't tell you how many times I've been asked if I was born in December! Arg! (I was born in March) I think it's a cute name though and not many people have it so I like that. I've always wished my name was spelt Hollie, I like it so much better.
-- Anonymous User  4/17/2006
Holly Wells, along with her best friend Jessica Chapman, went missing in Soham, Cambridgeshire, England in August of 2002. There was heavy media coverage of the search, which lasted for 13 days. Their bodies were found on August 17, 2002.
-- MidnightInLondon  4/30/2006
I love my name! Yes, I get the Holly Jolly Christmas, or Holly GoLightly or Holly by Golly, but overall it's great - semi-rare but yet not wierd. My birthday is in July and my mom always says I was her Christmas in July.
-- holly14  5/13/2006
My middle name is Holly. I think it is a wonderful name. I also know a few other people called holly. It is not overly used but it's not like it's a really abnormal name. It's beautiful!
-- 3011112ed  5/31/2006
I have a cat named Holly. She was already a year old when I got her, so she came with the name. I never used to like the name Holly, but I fell in love with it after that. This is a very sweet-sounding name, and I hope it never becomes too overused (or underused).
-- Anonymous User  6/30/2006
I hate this name. Don't know why. It sounds rough, in my opinion.
-- elemmire  7/21/2006
In the Carol Reed's movie "The Third Man" the main character is Holly Martins played by Joseph Cotten. Alida Valli's character comments on how Holly is an odd name as it is for a guy. I guess Graham Greene (writer of book and screen play) wanted a unique name for him. The movie also has Orson Welles as Harry Lime.
-- JFA  7/24/2006
Holly Webb is the person who writes the Triplets Series for Scholastic. It's about these triplets who are incredibly cool.
-- Luangi  8/11/2006
A rather famous bearer of this name is ex-Captain Holly Short, first woman in the LEPrecon division, from the Artemis Fowl series of books.
-- pei_yC  8/22/2006
Holly is a very nice name, but should only be used for girls that are born in December. Same with May, June, and April.
-- Fincayra  9/23/2006
Kind, sweet and lovable.
-- Anonymous User  10/18/2006
In Australia it's quite a common name yet not, if you know what I mean. It's very pretty. :)
-- bellaboo  10/23/2006
I knew twins (born in December) who were called Holly and Noelle.
-- Anonymous User  10/31/2006
There is a novelist named Holly Lisle.
-- Anonymous User  11/28/2006
This is my cousin's name, and when she was younger, she used to go around saying "Have a holly jolly Christmas!" I think this name is really nice. When she was even younger, a lot of people called her "Holly Dolly". By the way, she was born in June.
-- tomboy  12/11/2006
There is a Bionicle character called Hahli, but it is pronounced like Holly.
-- tomboy  12/11/2006
I like the spelling Holli best.
-- libbygirl  12/19/2006
My name is Holly, and I really don't like it sometimes because when winter time comes around, people start singing 'Deck the Halls' and 'Have a Holly Jolly Christmas.' Plus, as a kid, people would call me Hollywood or say, 'Good golly Miss Holly!' as a joke.

But there are times when I DO like it because I haven't met any other Hollys, so it feels kind of original.
-- Anonymous User  12/29/2006
HOLLY from the series "Monster Rancher" is a bearer of the name. Though her name doesn't really suit her. :(
-- Miracle1980Olympics  1/13/2007
I like this name because Holiday/Holly Golightly is one of my favorite characters.
-- Anonymous User  1/26/2007
My name is Hollie and I prefer this to Holly because it doesn't remind you of the bush as much and even thought they are almost the same name I don't like Holly hardly at all.
-- Holzi194  2/14/2007
I love this name, it's so sweet, reminds me of Christmas.
-- mum2bubba  8/6/2007
Holly reminds me of an old, pretty Christmas song "Holly and Ivy".
-- ToveTer  8/17/2007
Pretty name. Too bad it's so overused. But with names as Molly, Poppy, Daisy, Dolly and sickening stuff like that, I'm glad Holly stands still. Thank goodness.
-- Anonymous User  11/15/2007
Love this name. We went with "Hollyn" for one of our twin girls. Only problem, everyone thinks it's "Holland". She's two now so a little late to change things. Chances are she will end up going by Holly just to avoid the question, "So, are you from Holland?"
-- kkrieger  11/27/2007
I like Hollie best.
-- Patricia Underwood  2/6/2008
Holly McPeak is a professional athlete and is included in the new book In Their Shoes by the author Deborah Reber.
-- Patricia Underwood  3/7/2008
I'm not crazy about this name, but unlike Dolly and Polly, this name is actually mature. It's not the prettiest name out there, but it's not ugly either.
-- slight night shiver  6/2/2008
In Watership Down, there's a rabbit named Holly. (However, this rabbit is a male rabbit, so now I think that Holly is a fairly suitable name for a boy.)
-- Pippin  6/5/2008
Holly Madison, from the Girls Next Door and famous playmate. Also Hugh Hefner's main girlfriend.
-- Paris44  6/29/2008
Even though it corresponds, with some Christmas carols this is my favourite girl name for some reason. I think it is very kind, and charming. Not to mention the first name of my fav author, Holly Black.
-- mary26  7/19/2008
Holly is my name. I haven't always been overly fond of it, but it's grown on me because it isn't so common as names like Jessica or Ashley which are a dime a dozen. My mom had a thing for Christmas names (like mine & Noelle), even though I was born in June.
Yes, I do get all the jokes with the Christmas songs & I do have people sometimes call me "Miss Golightly" - this I find to be a bonus because I love Audrey Hepburn - so getting compared to a character she played is pretty cool.
-- Anonymous User  8/12/2008
I love this name, it's the name of my favourite author, and I think it's overall a charming and sweet name. It can also be the name of a punk. ;)
-- marythenamefairy  9/27/2008
I'm a Holli, which causes MASSIVE hassle, people always spell it wih a y or ie. Holly seems to be becoming a lot more popular at the moment, which is good and bad. Good because it's a lovely name, bad because I've always liked it for being unusual.
I don't agree with saying Holly should be a totally December birth name (I'm a March), however I do think that variations of the spelling are always good to have if you are more spring/summer, so at least people don't immediately think of a plant.
I was told by someone today that it was the kind of name you would expect from the heroine in a romance novel, which was unexpected and rather nice. But she was rather old so it was a very unusual name for her, lol.
-- Holl1303  10/30/2008
This is a pretty name, not too girly when you're old, and not too mature for when you're little. This is the kind of name that no matter what the season its cheerful and beautiful. And not overly used at that. Oh, but wouldn't it be a pain to name quadruplet girls Dolly, Holly, Molly and Polly? That would be both confusing and a tongue-twister. :)
-- _0TophasNails_1  11/16/2008
My best friend in elementary school spelled it 'Holley'.
-- welovejamesarness  12/9/2008
When this plant's name is given with Christian sentiment, its bright red berries represent the blood of Christ; its leaves the Passion and crown of thorns.
-- Anonymous User  5/28/2009
A famous bearer is novelist Holly Black. She writes fantasy novels - most particularly about the world of faerie - for both children and teenagers. So far her novels include 'Tithe', 'Ironside' and 'Valiant', and she collaborated with illustrator Tony DiTerlizzi on 'The Spiderwick Chronicles'. Holly is a really talented writer in my opinion and I like this name a whole lot more since reading her books!
-- Saffine Grace  6/5/2009
Not really sure why, but I've always liked this name. Reminds me of Christmas. :)
-- Anonymous User  8/20/2009
This and Luna are my favorite girls names! I think Holly trees are very beautiful.
-- Curlytop78  9/30/2009
Pretty :) too common for me though.
-- Anonymous User  11/11/2009
John McClane's wife in the Die Hard movies. A pretty important character.
-- dramaelf  12/1/2009
I find it interesting enough to note, that the holly plant's meaning is 'Coming of Joys', so it could be like, a child bringing joy in to the life of others. Also on the plant, the pointed leaves represented the crown of thorns worn by Jesus, and the red berries symbolized drops of his blood. So this might be a very good name for a religious family.
-- lonelyloner  4/12/2010
Apparently, this name was popular in the 70s--however, growing up I met only one adult woman with the name Holly. Even then, I thought it was a pretty name. Now, a little girl at my church is named Holly, and I think it's such a great name. (And I like that it's not as common as, say, Emily or Sarah, of which I know way too many.) I would like to see a couple more Hollys running around.
-- erb816  9/7/2010
Holly Johnson (birth name William Holly Johnson) *man* was the singer of Frankie Goes to Hollywood.
Hate it on a man with blinding passion.
-- Dancing_Dragonfly  1/20/2011
This is my name, and I absolutely love it.
I have only met 4 or 5 other Holly's in my life.
I love that it's uncommon without being over the top odd.
-- Dancing_Dragonfly  1/20/2011
Two members (both males) of the German band Letzte Instanz are called Holly - Holly Loose (though it's not his real name) and Holly D. (Holger Lieberenz). I actually prefer it for a male. I love the name Holger anyway, so Holly is a cute nickname.
-- dionysius  2/2/2011
I like this name but would rather spell it "Holleigh".
-- h3ath3rm08  2/25/2011
Believe it or not I know someone with the first name Holly last name Wood, Holly Wood. If that wasn't ironic enough we live in southern California near Hollywood. She doesn't mind having the name, in fact she introduces herself as Holly Wood. It's a good conversation starter.
-- MirandaIrie  2/26/2011
Actress Holly Robinson Peete is a famous bearer.
-- Anonymous User  7/4/2011
It does have its own sort of charm, but it's so common and it sounds too much like a nickname. I don't understand why everybody loves it so much; it's kind of plain.
-- Black_X  7/28/2011
My name is Hollie, and I don't really like it. I much prefer the spelling Holly, for the facts that it is the common spelling and people always spell my name wrong, and simply that I like the spelling "Holly" better. I love to see the other comments (I read through most of them) about how Holly/Hollie is a wonderful name. There were a few negative comments, and it may seem strange, but this site actually made me think about the name "Holly". Apparently my mother called me Hollie (with that spelling) because she already knew another lady with a child called Holly, so she wanted to be different. I hate the spelling Hollie because everyone spells it wrong. Everyone just assumes that that's how it is and that's how it's spelt. I was born in May, and people don't mock my name or make fun and sing songs (which I appreciate) but my family called me "Hollie Pops" when I was younger (weird right?) and now my sister and mum call me "Holy".
-- hollie2305  9/29/2011
In England, this is never pronounced HAHL-EE, always HOLL-EE.
-- ollyar  10/28/2011
My mother was born the day before Christmas Eve. My grandparents considered dubbing her "Holly" to honor the occasion.
-- KatarinaSu  11/5/2011
This is my name, and I really have come to hate it because it's become so common. I know far too many Holly's, and, being someone who loves different names, it's really quite annoying. If you were to name a child of yours Holly, I wouldn't. The child would become confused (much like me) as to which Holly their friends are shouting at in the street (and it often isn't them).
-- guinevere00  1/27/2012
I like the name Holly. It is not too overused but not unusual either and is also more mature-sounding than Lolly, Polly or Dolly. My best friend has the name (though she spells it "Holley").
-- St.ClairK59  2/22/2012
I've always liked the name Holly, it's quite simple and reminds me of Christmas scenery, although some people see it as a bit cheap and common.
-- Hushpuppy  3/31/2012
The name Holly reminds me of someone who can be a bit spiteful and prickly, like Holly leaves, but still has that nice christmassy feel, and is quite safe and simple.
-- Hushpuppy  6/23/2012
Holly Marie Combs (born 1973 in San Diego, California) is an American actress.
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2012
Holly Hunter (born 1958 in Conyers, Georgia) is an American actress.
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2012
Holly Robinson Peete (born 1964 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American actress and singer.
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2012
Dr. Holly Marten is a socially inept scientist in the Syfy series Eureka. She is portrayed by the lovely actress Felicia Day.
-- Fray  11/20/2012
"Goodbye Holly," a single by '60s baroque rock band The Left Banke.
-- sea7968  2/18/2013
Holli Would (different spelling, but still same name) is a femme fatale character appearing in the movie Cool World.
-- Lolth  4/28/2013
I really love this name. It sounds feminine to the tongue, but the Holly plant is also poisonous so I think that squashes any image of a girl named Holly being a frilly pansy.
-- Icycoldhot  12/28/2013
I LOVE this name!

I live in the UK and I've known a few Hollys, one of which is my closest friend. I never had an opinion on this name before I met her, but now I adore it! It's got a very cute, short sound, and sounds very friendly, I think.

Would seriously consider using this name for a December baby girl!
-- Bee123  2/7/2014
I named my girl cat Holly after the computer on Red Dwarf. She came to me called Bella but wouldn't answer to it, like she didn't know that's what people called her. She responds to Holly and when I sing 'Holly-cat' to the tune of 'Lollypop' she is very happy.
Holly is a very good name.
-- Severina  2/14/2014
Holly Marie Willoughby is an English television presenter.
-- LoveHeartKawaii  6/28/2014
This is a cute name that I would love to use for a future daughter, hehe! ^^
-- LoveHeartKawaii  6/28/2014
Holly Hills, a character from the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series.
-- LoveHeartKawaii  6/28/2014

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