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This is the way we wanted the name Kayla spelled.
― Anonymous User  1/4/2005
I've heard this is a name of Hebrew origin. When I see it I picture a wise and strong princess during ancient biblical times.
Milene  3/14/2006
Means "Citadel" which is a biblical place name: a town in the kingdom of Judah.
― Anonymous User  4/3/2006
A very pretty name. A nickname for Keila could be 'Kei' pronounced as Kay but with a longer E sound. Pretty and unique.
― Anonymous User  6/4/2006
A city in Estonia bears the name Keila.
kystilla  7/11/2007
The girl in my school pronounces it KIE-lah.
Aqua  10/29/2007
Tacky and child-like.
slight night shiver  4/25/2008
It's pretty much a Polynesian name. It's my sisters name, and we all have Polynesian names.
― Anonymous User  5/9/2010
In the Bible, a descendant of Caleb (1 Chronicles 4:19), also the name of cities mentioned in the Old Testament.
Melibello  2/26/2012
On one hand, it looks a tad more like an actual name than, say, 'Caighlleah'. On the other hand, it's just another misspelled version of just another made-up name!
cdawg  12/9/2017
Well... it's simply my name. I love it, I love the sound, its uniqueness and the pronunciation.
But I hate the fact that I cannot get too meaningful a... meaning. I know it has Jewish origins, I know it is mentioned somewhere in the bible and I know it means citadel. But nothing referred to personality and / or character.
People call me Keilita, Kei (pronounced as the letter "K") or Keikei (KK).
Kei  1/12/2018

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