How To Spell Hally?

Correct spelling: Hally


army ruler, commander; hay meadow
Hally as a girl's name is a variant of Haralda (Old Norse) and Hayley (Old English), and the meaning of Hally is "army ruler, commander; hay meadow".

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What are the usage examples for Hally?

  1. Don' wear none fer they tred on air, Hally Hally Hally Hallyloodja! – Molly Brown's Orchard Home by Nell Speed
  2. The messenger who was well acquainted with the truants, seemed more amused than alarmed over their disappearance, and soon carried back a note to Mrs. Lincoln accepting the invitation for Budd and Hally provided the truants should be found! – Ten Boys from History by Kate Dickinson Sweetser
  3. At other times they invaded the McClellans' house, where they were allowed to play with the baby and where General and Mrs. McClellan were very kind to them, and of course they never missed a review, even riding in the staff, when the bridle of Willie's horse was held by the Duc de Chartres and Budd's by the Comte de Paris, while Hally and Tad rode in front of the aides, sitting as erect and stiff as if they were the chief features in the parade. – Ten Boys from History by Kate Dickinson Sweetser

What are the rhymes for Hally?

  1. galley, verbally, cally, sally, halle, mally, bally, rally, vallee, sallie, salley, valli, lally, raley, talley, sallee, dally, halley, galli, valley, tally;
  2. allie, alley, alie, alli, vitale, cali, calley;
  3. finale, mcnally, vitaly;