Names starting with Ho- for girls

"HO" names beginning or starting with Ho- for women. Names that start with Ho- are used more often as masculine names. Click here for the list of names containing the element "ho", and here for the list of Ho- names for boys. These girl names were at the height of their popularity during the years 1970-1979 (usage of 0.061%) and are almost as popular today (usage 0.0314%, down 48.5%), but with names like Hortense, Hollie and Holli becoming less stylish. Hope (#231) and Holly (#449) are two of the more trendy names for newborns here.

Annora - Hosanna

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[Honor, Honora, .. 5 more] Forms of Annora 1 Derivative of Latin. "Honor." Honora is generally used as a children's name among the versions of Annora. ..

[Honna, .. 23 more] Var. of Hannah 2 Root fr. Hebrew. "He (God) has favored me." Rather uncommon as a children's name. See also Ronna. ..

Holda [Holde, Holle, .. 1 more] 3 Root fr. Old German. "Hidden." Rare. Holda, like Emelda, Bathilda, ends with the favored feminine -lda.

Holiday [Holladay, Holliday] 4 "Holy day." Holiday, Holladay, Holliday (cf. Hiday, Higday) are common -day suffix surnames. Originally meant to honor the calendar ..

Hollis [Hollace, Holles, Holless, Holliss, Holyss] 5 Origin fr. Old English language. "Near the holly bushes." Hollis is prevalent (top 54%) as a female name, whereas Hollace, Holles, Holless, Holliss and Holyss are irregularly used. ..

Holly [Hollee, Holleigh, Holley, Holli, Hollyann, Hollie, Hollye] 6 Derived fr. Old English language. "The holly tree." Common as surnames, and Holly (upper 2%) is comparable to common surnames Bolly (upper 99%), Lolly (80%), which also end with -olly.

Honey 7 Based on Old English language. "Nectar." Honey is a common (upper 63%) given name, and occurs regularly (upper 7%) as a surname. See also Hanny. ..

Honor [Honora, Honorah, Honorata, Honoria, Honour, Honorine, .. 4 more] 8 Based on Latin language. "Woman of honor." Honora is popular as a baby name among the variant forms of Honor. ..

Hope 9 Derivative of Old English word. "Expectation; belief." Popular as last name. Compare Hope (top 1%) and popular -ope last names Kope (top 26%), Lope (31%). See also Hebe. ..

Horatia [Horacia, Horaisha, Horasha] 10 Origin fr. Latin element. Clan name, possibly meaning "timekeeper" .. Horacia and variants are rarely used as children's names.

Hortensia [Hortencia, Hortense, Hortenspa, Hortenxia, Hortinzia, .. 3 more] 11 Source fr. Latin word. "Garden." Unique. Hortensia (cf. Chelesia, Artemesia) ends with the popular feminine -sia. ..

Hosanna [Hosana, .. 2 more] 12 Root fr. Greek, Hebrew words. A prayer of acclamation and praise .. Unusual. Hosanna, like Julieanna, Illianna, ends with the familiar feminine -anna.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Ho- names: Holli, Hollie, Holly, Honora, Hope, Hortencia, Hortense, Hortensia

Quick Index

Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for Ho- names for girls.

[Annora - Hosanna]
Annora [Honora], Hannah [Honna], Holda [Holle], Holiday [Holliday], Hollis [Holyss, ..], Holly [Hollye, ..], Honey, Honor [Honour, ..], Hope, Horatia [Horasha, ..], Hortensia [Hortinzia, ..], Hosanna [Hosana]