Comments for the name Kyla


Comments for KYLA:

I love the name Kyla. It is so pretty and feminine. In BC for the year 2004, 37 girls were named Kyla.
-- Anonymous User  4/25/2006
This is my absolute favorite name. It's beautiful.
-- crchic08  6/29/2006
There is Kyla Pratt, the actress.
-- Anonymous User  12/30/2006
Kyla is an awesome name for a girl. It is pretty, dainty and not overused.
-- Anonymous User  3/15/2007
My name and I love it! The only problem is that people often mispronounce it. They'll call me Kaylee, Kylie, and once I got Kyler, lol.
-- princesskisa  4/18/2007
It's my name. And people misspell it and mispronounce it a lot.
-- Anonymous User  7/8/2007
Just gorgeous, what else must be said? It's a stunningly beautiful name for a spunky, elegant, little girl and gorgeous woman. I picture a little Kyla with blonde hair made into pigtails and blue eyes smiling. I wish I had the opportunity one day to name my daughter Kyla. I liked a LOT of names before, but Kyla somehow outdoes them all. It's quite modern in my opinion, and just awesomely adorable.
-- diamond  6/10/2008
I have to contribute my love again for the name Kyla, I love it so much! It's such a great name! It's short, modern, and I can really imagine a gorgeous young woman with a name such as Kyla! I also like Kyra a lot but somehow, somehow Kyla outdoes Kyra even by just a tad bit. :)
-- diamond  7/16/2008
I had never heard of the name until I met a girl at school with it. And I think it is very cute.
-- wildm330  8/27/2008
Kyla doesn't age too well in my opinion, but I see the appeal.
-- Anonymous User  10/31/2008
This name is actualy Irish, I know because it says it in seven diferent books and websites. It is also my name and I know a lot about it.
-- ky-sta  11/18/2008
In many name books and websites it says that the meanings of this name are the following:
Beautiful inside and out
(this one is my favorite and is actually in a name book)
So beautiful only poets can describe her
-- ky-sta  11/18/2008
Kyla cannot possibly be Irish, as the letters "k" and "y" do not exist in Irish, and never have. I hate when people make up Irish origins for names, when really there is no way that name could be. "Kyla" means nothing to an Irish speaker.

And yes, this website does say that Kyle is derived from the Irish word "caol" meaning "slender", but really the pronunciation of "caol" barely resembles Kyle, much less Kyla.
-- Anonymous User  5/9/2009
A famous bearer is Kyla Pratt from the show One on One.
-- Anonymous User  5/25/2009
I don't like this name. It seems like a forced feminine version of Kyle, and letters seem kind of stuffed. I think this isn't a pleasant name, but anyone who likes it is free to use it.
-- XxproudrulerxX  1/13/2010
This is my nickname and I'm so pleased everyone likes it. I'm called Michaela which is strangely pronounced me KIE la. :)
-- kylaaxx  6/6/2010
A friend of mine named her daughter Kyla, but she insists on pronouncing it as "kay-la". The girl is now five and constantly has to correct people and tell them she's "Kayla", not "KYE-la". Lately she's given up and now responds to both pronunciations. How sad?

I hate the name "KYE-la" in general, but when people begin mispronouncing such a ghastly phonetic slur, I cannot help be question its increasingly negative appeal.
-- Anonymous User  6/11/2010
Kyla is a variant of the Hebrew name Kelila. It means Crowned.
-- Kala09  7/30/2012
Kyla Ross (born 1996 in Honolulu, Hawaii) is an American gymnast. She is part of Team USA's "Fab Five" who won the gold medal in the 2012 Summer Olympics.
-- Anonymous User  8/7/2012

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