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Girl Names Starting with Ho-
Ho- baby names and what they mean, with 14 results. Ho- names are used more often as masculine names. These girl names were at the height of their popularity during the years 1970-1979 (usage of 0.44%) and are now much less widespread (usage 0.14%, ▼69%), with names like Hortense becoming somewhat outmoded. Hollar (top 5%) and Holloway (1%) are conventional Ho- last names. Here is the list of Ho- names for boys.
Holda - HosannaHolda, var. Holde, Holle
Root fr. Old German. "Hidden." Hoda is a moderately popular birth name.Holiday, var. Holladay, Holliday
"Holy day." Holiday, Holladay, Holliday (cf. Hornaday, Hobday) are common -ay suffix surnames. Originally meant to honor the calendar .. Hollis, var. Hollace, Holles, Holless, Holliss, Holyss
Origin fr. Old English language. "Near the holly bushes." Hollis is prevalent as a birth name among these variant forms.Holly▼, var. Hollee, Holleigh, Holley, Holli, Hollyann, Hollie▼, Hollye
Derived fr. Old English language. "The holly tree." Holly is a Top 2000 baby name.Honesty
Derived fr. Old French, Latin. From the word dervied via Old .. Adoption of Honesty as a children's name in 2015 was up 93.6% compared to 2005.Honey, var. Honie
Based on Old English language. "Nectar." Honey is a common (upper 63%) given name, while Honie is rare.Honna
Var. of Hannah. Root fr. Hebrew. "He (God) has favored me." Rather uncommon as a children's name. See also Nonna.Honor1, var. Honora1, Honorah, Honorata, Honoree, Honorine, Honoria, Honour
Based on Latin language. "Woman of honor." Honor (upper 23%), Honour (49%) and Honora (82%) are found frequently as last names.Honor2, Honora2
Forms of Annora. Derivative of Latin. "Honor." Adoption of Honora and forms was at a high in the 1880s and is almost as widespread now. Hope
Derivative of Old English word. "Expectation; belief." Adoption of Hope was widespread 16 years ago and is lower today. See also Hebe.
Origin fr. Latin element. Haratia and Horania are creative variations.Hortense▼, var. Hortencia, Hortensia1, Hortenspa, Hortenxia, Hortinzia
Derivative of French, Latin languages. "Garden." Usage of Hortinzia and forms grew 105 years ago, but now, Hortense has become less fashionable. Hortensia2
"Garden." Adoption of Hortensia peaked a century ago. See also Hartencia. .. Hortensia is the French term for .. Hosanna, var. Hosana, Hosannah
Root fr. Hebrew word. "God save us." Rare as birth names, but Hosanna, Hosana, etc. are similar to the more familiar Rosanna.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ho- names for girls.1. Holda - Hosanna
Holda [Holde, Holle], Holiday [Holladay, Holliday], Hollis [Holles, Holyss, Hollace, Holless, Holliss], Holly▼ [Holli, Hollee, Holley, Hollye, Hollie▼, Holleigh, Hollyann], Honesty, Honey [Honie], Hannah [Honna], Honor [Honour, Honora, Honorah, Honoree, Honoria, Honorine, Honorata], Annora [Honor, Honora], Hope, Horatia [Horasha, Horacia, Horaisha], Hortense▼ [Hortencia, Hortensia, Hortenspa, Hortenxia, Hortinzia], Hortensia, Hosanna [Hosana, Hosannah]