Definitions for HOLMhoʊm
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a common evergreen oak, of Europe (Quercus Ilex); -- called also ilex, and holly
an islet in a river
low, flat land
Origin: [OE., prob. from AS. holen holly; as the holly is also called holm. See Holly.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
hōlm, or hōm, n. a river-islet: rich flat land beside a river. [A.S. holm, orig. a mound; Ger. holm, &c.]
hōlm, or hōm, n. (Spens.) holly.—n. Holm′-oak, the ilex or evergreen oak, so called from some resemblance to the holly. [Holm- is a corr. of holin, the M. E. form of holly, which see.]
The numerical value of HOLM in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of HOLM in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Holly Holm went out like a champion. I have so much respect for this woman.
( PFG) has been schmoozing customers and Richard Parker's( PFG CEO George Holm) ready to go.
If you saw Ronda Rousey in ‘ Entourage ’ Ronda Rousey did a pretty good job in it and of course the reason Ronda Rousey was there is because Ronda Rousey was undefeated, but Ronda Rousey is so much deeper than that, there are so many more layers to Ronda Rousey than there are to Holly Holm and not to take anything away from that fight, but they will have a rematch and I think Ronda Rousey will win that — and I do n’t think the in-between time will take away from Ronda Rousey bankability.
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