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Subject: Re: Kayla, Kaylee, Kaylin and spelling variations thereof
Author: Array   (Authenticated as WeloveyouJesseLacey)
Date: August 26, 2004 at 9:26:33 PM
Reply to: Kayla, Kaylee, Kaylin and spelling variations thereof by RachelChristine
"Also from somewhere I have many of the Kaylin variations as Arabic meaning "Beloved". Has anyone seen that?"

I think that would probably mean that they're assuming that Kaylin is a variation of Kalila, an Arabic name that means "beloved". Personally, I don't think that's very likely, though. I'd guess that Kaylin is just an elaboration of Kay--rather like Kayleen, the name of one of my sister's friends.

I haven't heard this idea that Kayla means "crown of laurels". I don't suppose you have more information about where you got this?

I think that your book would be interesting. It'd be like a "Beyond Jennifer and Jason" that doesn't suck like a Hoover! ;)

Array

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