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Means the Highest, Most Exhalted, the Best. Made more common by the late singer Aaliyah Dana Haughton who is believed to actually lead the name into its meaning.
Aliyah36689  10/16/2005
Ummm, RIIGHT... It's a very popular name in Arab and other Middle Eastern countries (they probably don't even know who Aaliyah is!) It IS of Arabic origin!
― Anonymous User  12/6/2006
Hopefully this name isn't pronounced like a liar.
FairyGirl  10/5/2006
Well no, it isn't. There's no "R" at the end of Aliyah for a start. And it's normally a-LEE-yah anyway.
― Anonymous User  2/7/2007
I prefer it be spelled "Ailiyah".
felltheblackwolf  6/2/2011
The Turkish form of this name is Aliye. [noted -ed]
Shibbeh  10/5/2014

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