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Date: 1600-1700
Origin: hollo '(to make) a shout to attract attention' (16-19 centuries)

holler

verb
     
hol‧ler [intransitive and transitive]
informal especially American English to shout loudly [= yell]
holler at
I heard someone hollering at me.
holler noun [countable]

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