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February 28th, 2013 08:54 PM #1
It's a variant of Aliya apparently, it means noble in Arabic, and lofty, sublime in Hebrew.
It's got a lovely sound to it imo, and has my preferred A beginning and A ending, plus it's 3 syllables and I love the nn Leya.
I'm liking the idea of Alaya Whitney, which might seem like a disconnect, but for some reason it's standing out in my mind.
As well as Alaya London, Alaya Natalie, Alaya Vivienne.
February 28th, 2013 09:16 PM #3
February 28th, 2013 10:10 PM #5
Ah, I like both, so it's difficult to choose.. but I think I'll prefer Aleya.Call me Cynthia, Angie, or Luna. 22. Name nerd.
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February 28th, 2013 11:53 PM #7Senior Member
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I've seen this name but with a different spelling.....Aleeya.Eudora - Casilda - Violetta - Odelia - Leocadia - Odette - Isolde - Valentine - Leopoldine - Isadora
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February 28th, 2013 11:55 PM #9
Both are very pretty but I think I prefer Aleya.Ingrid | Kit | Susanna | Alistair