Etymology 1Alteration of hollin.
- Land that is liable to flooding; a river island.
- sand island
EtymologyFrom Germanic *xulma- ‘hill, rise’. Cognate with Old Saxon holm, Old Norse holmr.
Holm may refer to a geographical location:
- Holm, Inverness, a small residential area in the south of the city of Inverness.
- Holm, Mainland Orkney, a parish on the mainland of Orkney
- Holm - a flat area of pasture next to a river and prone to flooding in winter.
- Holm - the name for a small and rounded islet, especially in the Orkney and Shetland archipelagoes.
- Holm - In Denmark, a small village North of Nordborg on the island Als.
Holm is a surname and may refer to:
- Holm, Andrej (born 1970), German sociologist
- Holm, Billy (1912-1977), American baseball player
- Holm, Celeste (born 1919), American actress
- Holm, Eleanor G. (1913-2004), American swimmer
- Holm, Hanya (1893-1992), German dancer and choreographer
- Holm, Kris (fl. c. 2000), Canadian unicyclist
- Holm, Ian (born 1931), English actor
- Holm, Peter (born 1947), former husband of Joan Collins
- Holm, Richard, CIA Operations Officer
- Holm, Richard, (1912-1988) German tenor
- Holm, Stefan (born 1976), Swedish athlete
- Holm, Michael (born 1991)
- Holm, Patricia fictional character, girlfriend of Simon Templar ("The Saint")
Holm in Danish: Holm
Holm in German: Holm
Holm in Esperanto: Holm
Holm in French: Holm
Holm in Dutch: Holm
Holm in Polish: Holm
Holm in Romanian: Holm (dezambiguizare)
Holm in Swedish: Holm