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  1. #6
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    For some reason I hear lay-lee-ah.
    Leila is Lay-lah to me... which would explain my pronunciation of it

  2. #8
    I see Leel-ee-ah too!

    Jules

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    Loving life, God, my family, my friends, books, writing, the ocean and volleyball!
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  3. #10
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    lee-lee-uh.
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  4. #12
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    I've always pronounced Layla
    Coraline "Corey", Georgiana "Georgie", Cecilia "Cici", Guinevere "Gwen", Rosamond "Rozz"

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  5. #14
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    Upon first glance I would say (lay-lee-uh), but (leel-ee-uh) also seems quite plausible. Pretty name : )
    Jules Balthasar Arthur Solomon Percy Raphael Bram Ignatius

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    Immaculée Rowena Hildegard Domitille Camillus Bensiabel Leodegraunce

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