Luella is a pretty name!
Luella means elf in English.
I met a girl at summer camp one year named Luella. Everyone called her Lulu. She really liked cats and had a huge imagination. She was good at telling stories.
In 2018, 81 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Luella who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 1928th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
Luella is a very cool name in my opinion. Part Southern Belle, part Cowgirl robbing trains. Unique, flowing nicely off the tongue. Somehow exotic as well. I dig it.
No thanks.
The name Luella was given to 176 girls born in the US in 2015.
Sounds Italian to me, not English...
My Grandma's name was Luella (Born in the 1920's). She was the sweetest, most loving person. My dad said she liked her name but she hated being called Lou. I love the way the name looks and sounds--I plan on using it in my daughters name.
The name Luella was given to 107 baby girls born in the US in 2012. It's got the Lu- prefix found in some currently popular names like Lucy and Lucia, and the -Ella suffix found in the über trendy Isabella and Annabella, so it would be a great choice if you want something unique but not totally out there. The only problem is, it sounds a lot like cruella to me.
Unique. I have a character in one of my stories named Luella. She's a ballerina!
Reminds me of a plump, Southern, older black woman.
I honestly don't WANT to like this name, because of the meaning, it's sort of trendy and made-up. But it sounds so pretty! :)
The shoe designer Luella Bartley is a famous bearer of this name.
I've also heard it pronounced like Lola. Travis Barker and Shanna Moakler have a daughter named Alabama Luella Barker.

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