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Gender: F Pronunciation: HALL-ee Origin of Halle: Norse, male diminutive of Harald Halle's Popularity in 2015: #916

Until the beautiful actress Halle Berry inspired hundreds of parents to emulate her name, it was the diminutive Swedish families used for their sons christened Harald. Now, in a complete turnaround, it couldn't be more feminine. It is worth noting, however, that its popularity has fallen dramatically since 2002 when it reached a high of 316. Nowadays, Halle is lucky to be in the Top 1000.

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Famous People Named Halle

(Maria) Halle Berry, American actress
Halle Tanner Dillon Johnson, pioneering black American physician

Pop Culture References for the name Halle

Halle Anderson, character from movie "The English Teacher"played by Lily Collins