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Looks like a feminine variation of Lyle.
― Anonymous User  4/10/2019
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In 2018, 2 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Lyla who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 2, 238th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
― Anonymous User  10/16/2018
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My name is also Lyla and I love my name, it's just so unique and I've only ever met someone with my name when I was 9. My parents named me after the band 'Oasis' came out with a new song called 'Lyla' and my Dad loved it so they decided to name me Lyla and I'm glad. My name is pronounced LIE-lah like many others and I think my name suits my appearance and personality very well. Although it's hard to find key rings in gift shops with my name on it.
Lylap12  7/24/2018
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My name is Lyla. I was named after my great aunt. Our name is pronounced LIE-Luh. To me the spelling and pronunciation of my name fits but people like to pronounce it lay-Luh or lee-Luh which I don't get because the other spellings of it, like if it was spelled Leila, that would be pronounced Leeluh and Layla or Laila would be lay-luh, Lila would be pronounced lih-luh where the I is short. I love my name. :)
Lyla92  1/10/2017
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I like this spelling of Lie-luh. It's got a southern flare to it;) I like Lila too but with a daughter named Lillian, Lila is too similar. If I choose this name we'll go with Lyla.
LV51sfan91  1/17/2016
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I named my daughter Lyla in 2008. I had never heard of it before and I fell in love with it. I thought I had actually come up with it lol. Not until I heard it on "Son's of Anarchy" is when I realized it's not that obscure.
georger6565  11/7/2015
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Lyla is good for a dog, but this spelling looks a little trendy/youthful to me. I prefer Leila or Lila if you want "LIE-la", maybe even Laila. My personal favorite is Leila.
― Anonymous User  6/13/2013
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Variant of Leila? I thought Lyla was a feminine form of Lyle - a totally separate name?
erb816  11/5/2012
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Lyla means "night" in Hebrew.
― Anonymous User  6/26/2012
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Lyla is really more popular than Lila? Well I guess it fits in with the "y" fad... Lyla, I think, is a beautiful name, but I definitely prefer the spelling "Lila". I think it looks better written out, plus "y"'s seem more trendy.
― Anonymous User  6/8/2012
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If you want to pronounce it LIE-luh, go with this spelling. Layla is LAY-luh. I like either spelling with their respective pronunciations, but I prefer Lyla.
Bazinga  1/15/2012

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