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It's pronounced PEE-lar.
-- Jenna R  12/2/2005
I'm fairly certain that the stress is actually on the second syllable: pee-LAR.
-- Elspeth  5/26/2008
Pronounced "pee-LAHYR" (rolling "r") with the stress placed on the second syllable, not the former. The first comment is incorrect.
-- batbright  7/29/2011
Name date: October 12.
-- giapet  4/7/2006
Pilar is the name of a member of Las Ketchup. She is the blonde one in the music video, but they all dye their hair.
-- Anonymous User  7/2/2006
While living in Spain I had a friend named Pilar. Her nickname was Pili (pee-lee).
-- ADT  7/3/2006
Pilar Lopèz de Ayala is a Spanish actress.
-- desert rose  1/15/2007
In Spain, you kick a stone and find six or seven Pilars. All too common, but it's receding. Not ugly, though.
-- Anonymous User  9/21/2007
In Cien años de soledad/One Hundred Years of Solitude, Pilar Ternera is the long-lived friend to the Buendía family, tarot-reader, whore and brothel madam.
-- Elspeth  5/26/2008
My name is Pilar. I think this is a beautiful name, I am proud to be named that.
-- diasdeverano  7/17/2008
Pilar is sort of a nice-sounding name, but since it's one letter short of actually being Pillar, and since I speak English, I'm not quite certain how or whether I'd use it.
-- Pippin  8/27/2008
I'm from Zaragoza, Spain, and Pilar is the most popular name here. I know, at least, 20 women named Pilar. The nickname is Pili.
-- Anonymous User  8/27/2008
I read a book in which one of the characters was named Pilar (Dreaming in Cuban) and because of it, I could never use this name. Not that I liked it much to begin with, but the book is so weird and disturbing that I would never be able to use the name without thinking of the crazy things the women in the book did.
-- plutogirlgenius  8/27/2009
A pillar is a symbol of strength, someone you lean can on. I see someone named Pilar as being very trustworthy and dependable.
-- Anonymous User  8/27/2009
A famous bearer is Peruvian actress Pilar Pallette (born 1936). She was also the third wife of John Wayne.

Name of the Day - August 27, 2009.
-- AndrewJKD  8/27/2009
This is the name of a friend of mine. She's Portuguese. Her name suits her very much because she's really tall.
-- theadiragram  8/27/2011
Beautiful name!
-- Anonymous User  1/4/2013
The name Pilar was given to 78 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
-- Oohvintage  7/18/2013
María del Pilar Cuesta Acosta, a Spanish actress and singer. She was born on 27 May 1951 in Madrid (Ana Belén).
-- sweetbabe  12/22/2013
Pilar Mercedes Miró Romero (Madrid, 20 April 1940 – Madrid, 19 October 1997) was a Spanish screenwriter and film director. She directed TVE from 1986 to 1989, and in the 1990s, the weddings of the daughters of King Juan Carlos I.
-- sweetbabe  12/22/2013
Pilar is a beautiful name that I plan to name my first daughter.
-- nikkiparker111  1/25/2015
My name is Pilar and I think it is a awesome name Pilar Ailene sound lovely together and that's what my name is. When I was younger I went by Larlar.
-- misschefpz  7/10/2015
Also a Portuguese name, noted by the increasing popularity there and the overall infrequency of the name in Portugal (the latter taken from SPIE.pt).
-- m4yb3_daijirou  2/24/2016
Given to 68 girls in America in 2014.
-- cutenose  3/7/2016
Pilar Rubio Fernández is a Spanish reporter and TV presenter. She became famous for covering events for the program Sé lo que hicisteis... for the television network La Sexta. From January 2010 to January 2013 she was linked to Telecinco, having hosted Operación Triunfo and ¡Más que baile!, besides of being the protagonist of the series Piratas, released in May 2011. Since 2014 she appears as colaborator in El Hormiguero.
-- cutenose  1/15/2017

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