Many years ago I found in google the notation "Holomorph of group". It is the semi direct product of $G$ with $Aut(G)$. Why is the term "Holomorph" used here, while it is usually used for complex analytic functions? More information on this object is very appreciated.
I'm not a history expert, but according to Miller, Blichfeldt and Dickson: "Theory and applications of finite groups" (1916), footnote p. 46: "The concept of holomorph was used by many early writers, but the term was introduced by W. Burnside in the first edition of his Theory of Groups, 1897, p. 228."