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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.Cynthia/Luna
twenty-something name nerd. infj
Seraphina Juliette Audrey. Evangeline Laetitia Odette. Catalina Ariadne Helen. Valentina Bellatrix Yvaine
Violetta Catherine Lenore. Isabelle Faustina Clare. Rosalind Anna Belphoebe. Guinevere Cassia Ottilie
Vanessa Rose Aphrodite. Helena Edelweiss. Talitha Caroline. Aurelia Madelief
Peregrine Lysander James. Gavriel Alexander Callum. James Luca Auberon. Edmund Frederic Altair
Perseus Arthur Flynn. Cassius Jason Alaric. Damien Alexei Orion
February 28th, 2013 11:53 PM #7Senior Member
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I've seen this name but with a different spelling.....Aleeya.Eudora - Dorothea - Violetta - Odelia - Augusta - Odette - Isolde - Ondine - Leopoldine - Amaryllis - Sixtine
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February 28th, 2013 11:55 PM #9
Both are very pretty but I think I prefer Aleya.Ingrid | Kit | Esclarmonde | Alistair | Susanna | Emun