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Arabic name used in mostly gulf countries. Famous bearer of the name is arabic 15 year old singer Hala Al Turk.
Hala, a character in the Pokemon Sun and Moon games, and in the Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon games.
Hala is a unique name and it has to suit the baby. I think when you look at your baby you'll know what suits her best. The name Hala suits babies that are shy, pretty, funny, unique and elegant.
I think the name Hala is the best name ever made.
― Anonymous User
The Turkish form of this name is Hale. [noted -ed]
I think this name is sort of a different take on the "ara" names like mine, Dara, or Sarah, Tara. I think this name Hala is so simple and elegant and sweet for an Arabic girl with great meaning. I have to decide if I want to name my first daughter (If I have a girl) Farrah or Hala, this will be difficult. If you live in the US, this name should be very easy for Americans to pronounce, yet unique enough.
The name Hala was given to 66 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
I like Hala, but I would rather it be a nickname than a person's given name. It feels short.
This name reminds me of "Hala Madrid!", the sentence Real Madrid's fans use. In Croatian it also means "a hall", so, I don't think I would use it. It is a nice name nonetheless, and other people are free to use it.
I love Hala! I think the meaning is enchantingly beautiful. ♥
Hala Gorani, a CNN international anchorwoman and reporter is a famous bearer of this name.
The written name Hala can be pronounced in 3 different ways according to which the meaning varies. If pronounced Haala (the emphasis is on the first syllable) it means halo around the moon,if pronounced Hala (just as it's written) it means welcome. The third meaning comes from pronouncing the H differently - it's a letter that exists almost exclusively in Arabic. The meaning then becomes: beauty. In Arabic, of course, each name is written differently. Three different pronunciations, three different names.
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