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This can also be a form of Aleine (a-LANE), borne in Arthurian legend by Sir Gawain's niece. In this context it would be a form of Helen.
-- Elly747  2/22/2005
Honestly, I think this is one of the prettiest names in the world. I also think a lot more people should know about this name. I think many, including myself, would prefere this spelling over Elena, Elayna, or Alaina.
-- Anonymous User  6/8/2006
Alayna is a beautiful, elegant name. I really like this spelling the best.
-- Anonymous User  9/6/2006
My sister's name is Alayna and she seems to like her name a lot. I happen to think it is a beautiful name myself.
-- puppydoglover  9/28/2006
My parents heard the name in the mid 1960's - a radio dj in New York City was talking about a girl who wrote a letter to the Beatle's asking them to write a song for her. The song, originally called A Letter From Alayna, is now known as And I Love Her.
-- Alayna V  3/23/2007
The origin of the name is originally Irish and has many meanings: "beautiful, fair, peaceful, offering, and precious". Other variations of the name are: Alaynah, Alleynah, and Alleyna. This is by far my most favorite female name.
-- Dravinus  10/17/2007
It's Irish, meaning: "fair", "beautiful", "precious", and "beautiful maiden".
-- Dravinus  1/16/2008
I like the name ALAINA, but it spelled like this isn't like necessary. I think it is a stupid that people like this spelling over ALAINA. Just my opinion.
-- sddorme  7/26/2009
I LOVE this name! It's extremely gorgeous, one of my favorites. I've also seen it spelled Alaynha, though I don't know where the 'h' came from.
-- Anonymous User  11/8/2009
This name sounds too little girlish, but I know 2 Alaynas - Alayna Grace and Alayna Rae - and they're just crazy!
-- Megan1125  11/27/2010
It is also a related form of the name "Hannah" Hebrew: means "God has been gracious: or God has shown favor". My daughter's name is Alayna, and it suits her beautifully. She is the only Alayna I know, and, yes she is definitely one of a kind!
-- bambie_k  3/29/2011
Here we go again with the tacky\trashy "y" spelling.
Spell the name as Alaina, Elaina or Elena or don't use the name at all.
"Alayna" doesn't look right. Looks like someone can't spell the name and just took a guess at it.
-- Anonymous User  12/13/2014

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