I’m always interested to look at this site’s analytics to see how people arrive. In addition to people searching for how to say Holly in Spanish, there are also many visitors looking for the meaning or language of the word preciso.
Never one to miss an opportunity to please, here you have it:
- Preciso is a Spanish word that comes from the Latin word praecīsus according to the Real Academia Española.
- Preciso‘s most common meaning can be translated into English as precise, accurate, specific, or exact, though in some contexts it can have a different meaning.
I chose it as the name for my translation company because it embodies my goal of getting it exactly right whenever I translate or interpret for my clients.
P.S. While we’re at it, the name Holly comes from the common name for a plant family called Ilex. It has green leaves and small red berries. From what I gather, in Spanish the common name for this type of plant is acebo, so technically that would be the Spanish equivalent of the name Holly. Not nearly as nice as Rose/Rosa or Margarite/Margarita, am I right?