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  • "Hollo," says the blond chap, and his glance went to the bottle and glass on the side-table.

    Flashman and the Dragon

  • "Hollo," he said at last, "what can that have been; my ears must have been singing, I won't alarm myself for nothing."

    Household Tales by Brothers Grimm

  • "Hollo," cried one of them, "thou giant Goliath, wilt thou go to the treasure-chamber with us?

    Household Tales by Brothers Grimm

  • Shakespeare was the first to set down the ancestor word hollo, when he used it in his play Titus Andronicus: “Hollo, what storm is this?”

    The English Is Coming!

  • I grinned at the friendly familiar sound, and strode in, saying: "Hollo, yourself, whoever you are," and putting out my hand.

    The Sky Writer

  • He greeted me with a cry of "Hollo; me son, and what can I be doin 'for ye on this parky day?"


  • Hollo is a Korok that lives in the Forest's Island.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Unlike most of the Koroks, Hollo doesn't leave the Forest's Island to plant a new Deku tree.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • 'Hollo, there, you Jacob! if Dr. Orkborne thinks to get you to go for my nieces in place of himself, it's what I don't approve; which, however, you need not take amiss, one man being no more born with a livery upon his back than another; which God forbid I should think otherwise.


  • But the allusion is lost on the poor savage — Hollo, Hereward!

    Count Robert of Paris


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