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Another Hawaiian translation is 'Heavenly Child'.
-- triphazard99  4/10/2005
This is probably the most popular and well known Hawaiian name.
-- Lakota_so_italian  1/24/2006
I personally love this name. I've used it for several of my characters.
-- patchworkgirl  2/5/2006
A variant of Leilani is Leilana. I saw it spelled that way in a book called Island of the Innocent by Lynn & Gilbert Morris.
-- Anonymous User  2/6/2006
Pronounced lay-LAH-nee.
-- Anonymous User  7/11/2006
I love this name! A possible nickname could be Lani. Leilani sounds very Hawiian.
-- bobcat_explorer  6/15/2007
I think Leilani is a very pretty name. Just the thought of "heavenly flowers" makes you think this name is beautiful. I think a good nickname would be Lei or Lani.
-- bunnygirl  7/19/2007
I first discovered this name because I saw it as the name of a street on a street-sign. I thought it was a beautiful name, but I didn't think it was real. But now I know it is. It's pretty.
-- Pippin  4/9/2008
If I have twin girls I might name them Laelia and Leilani. How cute is that! (Pronounced lay-LEE-ah and lay-LAH-nee).
-- kool_babe14  5/15/2009
A somewhat famous bearer is the young Leilani Guiterrez. After being severely injured when a federal employee ran a red light on Mother's Day, she managed to stay cheerful even in times of hardship. She and her mother have appeared in commercials supporting stem cell research.
-- Wilted  6/10/2009
Probably best known from the song "Sweet Leilani."
-- Kosta  8/11/2009
I love this name. I also like other variations like Leilana and Leiliana.
-- EgYpTiAn PrInCeSs  6/14/2011
This name is exceedingly beautiful in sound and meaning - it makes me think of a bough of creamy frangipani blossoms.
-- Just Jonquil  10/24/2011
I knew a girl in elementary school that had the same name. Never came across another girl with a name like that again. It's a very beautiful name and it's unique too.
-- Karina  7/4/2012
I think of this as a classic Hawaiian name, along with Noelani. It fits well with non-Hawaiian names.
-- GoodNightingale  9/16/2013
From the Hawaiian words lei (garland) and lani (heaven).
-- GoodNightingale  9/20/2013
The Australian band Hoodoo Gurus have a song called Leilani.
-- shadow1999  11/12/2013

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