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  • Layla

    52 47.27%
  • Leila

    50 45.45%
  • Laila

    7 6.36%
  • Other

    1 0.91%
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  1. #21
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Washington(state, not D.C.)
    I love Laila because I love the book A Thousand Splendid Suns but Layla is the more obvious spelling. As for Lila/Lyla I prefer Lila.
    Only 19 but a name lover!

    Top Five:Charlotte Belle,Emilia Alice,Clara Eve,Norah Lucille,and Adelaide/Adeline Pearl
    Other Favorites:Violet Isabelle,Lucy Arwen, Lila Josephine, Olive Beatrix,Amelie Sophia, Audrey Catherine,Louisa Caroline,Eliza Maeve,and Matilda Sophie
    Henry Caspian, Rory Philip,Asher Flynn, Jack Elias, and Gideon James

  2. #23
    I actually think that Leila looks most attractive, however, I voted for Layla because it makes the pronunciation absolutely clear. I have known 2 people named Leila--one pronounced it "Leela," and the other pronounced it "Lilla" (like Lily, but with an "a" on the end). If you don't mind having to correct pronunciations occasionally, or if you live in an area where you feel certain Leila will automatically be said as Layla, then that is the spelling I actually prefer!

  3. #25
    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    Layla and Lila
    Henry | Baker | Leo | Shepard | Rhys | Ronan | Declan | Edmund | Levi | River | Thomas
    Alice | Zoey | Annabel | Elinor | Aspen | Bronte | Eve | Tikvah | Faith | Ingrid | Mary | Willow

  4. #27
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    Southern United States.
    I like Layla the best.
    If I had a baby right now, I'd name it,
    Scarlett Amelia or Emerson Joseph.
    I also like Cashel, Gabriel, Genevieve, & Juliette. + So much more.
    I'm Ashley btw, and I'm 20!

  5. #29
    Join Date
    May 2013
    I don't normally go for Y names (even though I have one - maybe that's why!), but I voted for Layla. The pronunciation of the other spellings just isn't very clear. Also, I think I even like Lyla with a Y better than Lila. Lyla looks like the feminine for of Lyle. Lila looks like it could be pronounced Lie-luh or Lil-uh (like the beginning of the word lily). I just think the Y spellings make the pronunciation clearer.

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