Annora - Hollis
Page 1/2 of 12 Ho- grouped names.
[Honor, Honora, .. 5 more] Var. of Annora 1 Root fr. Latin element. "Honor." The variant forms Honor and Honora are infrequently used as women's names, and Honor occurs often (Top 46%) as a surname in the US Census. ..
[Honna, .. 23 more] Var. of Hannah 2 Derivative of Hebrew word. "He (God) has favored me." A given name for girls that is not commonly used. See also Lonna. ..
Holda [Holde, Holle, .. 1 more] 3 Stems fr. Old German word. "Hidden." The forms Holda, Holde and Holle are irregularly used female names. Holda (Top 71%) and Holle (17%) appear frequently as last names according to the US Census.
Holiday [Holladay, Holliday] 4 "Holy day." The variations Holiday, Holladay and Holliday are sparsely used as female names. Holiday (Top 5%), Holladay (10%) and Holliday (2%) appear frequently as last names according to the US Census. Originally meant to honor the calendar of the Christian church ..
Hollis [Hollace, Holles, Holless, Holliss, Holyss] 5 Root fr. Old English language. "Near the holly bushes." The version Hollis is a conventional (Top 54%) first name, while the other names are unique in comparison, and Hollis occurs commonly (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census. ..
Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for Ho- names for girls.
[Annora - Hollis]
Annora [Honor, Honora], Hannah [Honna], Holda [Holde, Holle], Holiday [Holladay, Holliday], Hollis [Holles, Holyss, Hollace, Holless, Holliss]
[Holly - Hosanna]
Holly [Holli, Hollee, Holley, Hollye, Hollie, Holleigh, Hollyann], Honey, Honor [Honour, Honora, Honorah, Honoria, Honorine, Honorata], Hope, Horatia [Horasha, Horacia, Horaisha], Hortensia [Hortense, Hortencia, Hortenspa, Hortenxia, Hortinzia], Hosanna [Hosana]