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Gender: F Meaning of Hallie: "dweller at the meadow by the manor" Origin of Hallie: English Hallie's Popularity in 2016: #577

Hallie -- it rhymes with alley and is not to be confused with Halle or Hailey or Holly -- is one of those comfy nicknamish names that are in favor in these complicated times.

Hallie's popularity has had its ups and downs. It was well used in the first four decades of the twentieth century, then dropped out until the early eighties, and has been consistently used ever since.

Singer Emmylou Harris has a daughter named Hallie.

Famous People Named Hallie

Hallie Kate Eisenberg, American actress
Hallie Todd (born Hallie Jane Eckstein), American actress
Hallie Marie Jackson, American TV journalist
Hallie Rubenhold, British historian
Hallie Flanagan, American theater producer and director
Hallie Erminie Rives, American novelist
Hallie Haglund, American comedienne
Hallie Quinn Brown, American educator and activist
(Barbara) Hallie Foote, American actress
Hallie Brown Ford, American philanthropist
Hallie D'Amore, American film makeup artist
Hallie Ephron, American novelist
Hallie Almena Davis, American journalist and activist
Hallie Alphia Beau Radford, daughter of reality TV personalities Sue and Noel Radford

Pop Culture References for the name Hallie

Hallie Munson, character in American soap opera "As The World Turn"
Hallie Parker, character in the 1998 movie "The Parent Trap;" twin of sister Annie James
Hallie O'Fallon, character in "All I Want for Christmas" (1991)
Hallie, tuffed hippo and nurse on animated series "Doc McStuffins"

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