Holly

Holly refers to a genus of shrubs or trees which comes from Old English holen, holegn (holly) which comes from Proto-Germanic *hulisaz (butcher’s broom; holly) derived from  a PIE root word. Holly is also an Irish surname, an anglicized form of Mac Cuilinn meaning “son of Cuilinn”, the latter derived from Irish cuilinn meaning “holly” also derived from the same origin as above;…

Leslie

Leslie is a unisex given name derived from a Scottish surname via a place name, Lesslyn, a name of uncertain origin though it may derive from Gaelic leas celyn meaning “holly garden” or “place of the holly trees”. Origin: Gaelic Variants: Lesley (English) Lesly (English) Lesleigh (English)  

Hollis

Hollis comes from an English surname, derived from a place name in reference to someone who lived near a place with holly trees. It comes from Old English holegn meaning “holly” which may possibly be derived from Proto-Indo-European *kel- (to prick). Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Hollys (English)  

Olin

Olin is a unisex name, a feminine form of Oline from Scandinavian male name Ole, the Danish and Norwegian masculine form of Olaf which comes from Old Norse Áleifr meaning “ancestor’s descendant” from Old Norse elements anu (ancestor) and leifr (descendant). Olin could also be the male form of Olina which also comes from the same source as Oline. Spelled Olen, it’s the Russian word for “deer” as well as also…