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holly

  

      n   pl   , -lies  
1    any tree or shrub of the genus Ilex, such as the Eurasian I. aquifolium, having bright red berries and shiny evergreen leaves with prickly edges  
2    branches of any of these trees, used for Christmas decorations  
3    holly oak      another name for       holm oak     (See also)        sea holly  
     (Old English holegn; related to Old Norse hulfr, Old High German hulis, German Hulst, Old Slavonic kolja prick)  


Holly  
      n   Buddy. real name Charles Harden Holley. 1936--59, U.S. rock-and-roll singer, guitarist, and songwriter. His hits (all 1956--59) include ``That'll be the Day'', ``Maybe Baby'', ``Peggy Sue'', ``Oh, Boy'', ``Think it over'', and ``It doesn't Matter anymore''  
sea holly  
      n   a European umbelliferous plant, Eryngium maritimum, of sandy shores, having spiny bluish-green stems and blue flowers  
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Holly  
      n   Buddy. real name Charles Harden Holley. 1936--59, U.S. rock-and-roll singer, guitarist, and songwriter. His hits (all 1956--59) include ``That'll be the Day'', ``Maybe Baby'', ``Peggy Sue'', ``Oh, Boy'', ``Think it over'', and ``It doesn't Matter anymore''  


holly  
      n   pl   , -lies  
1    any tree or shrub of the genus Ilex, such as the Eurasian I. aquifolium, having bright red berries and shiny evergreen leaves with prickly edges  
2    branches of any of these trees, used for Christmas decorations  
3    holly oak      another name for       holm oak     (See also)        sea holly  
     (Old English holegn; related to Old Norse hulfr, Old High German hulis, German Hulst, Old Slavonic kolja prick)  
sea holly  
      n   a European umbelliferous plant, Eryngium maritimum, of sandy shores, having spiny bluish-green stems and blue flowers  

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holly oak, holly oak, sea holly, holily

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