Hallie Name Meaning & Origin
Origin of the name Hallie:
Transferred use of the English surname meaning "dweller at the hall meadow." The name is derived from the Old English elements heall (hall, gathering place) and lēah (wood, meadow, clearing).
From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.
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I love this name! Very pretty!
My name is Hallie and I have always liked it. I do get called Haley and/or Holly but to correct the mispronunciation I say "It's Hallie, like Sally" of course with Halle Berry's popularity people are more aware of my pronunciation. Great name, if I have a granddaughter someday I would love for it to be her name too!
Hallie and Leilah are anagrams of each other; they contain the same letters.
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This is my sister's name. We sometimes call her Hallison
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My last name starts with a "V" so my friends call me Vallie
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Short form of "hallelujah."
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Hallie Kate Eisenberg actress
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Hallie Parker, one of the twins Lindsay Lohan played in The Parent Trap (1998).
Hallie Thomas, character in the TV show Chicago Fire
Hallie Hippo, character from animated TV show Doc McStuffins
Hallie is the subject of the classic song "Listen To The Mockingbird".