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Lila?

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Meggie2110 Mon 20-Dec-10 18:13:02

This was my Grandmother's name and I love it! But some people have made comments about it being too flowery/outdated. Other names we're considering are Madeleine,Isobel, Jessica and Catherine/Katherine?

AllieW Mon 20-Dec-10 18:17:21

I like Lilia. Lila is too close to Lilo for my liking! Also like Lilian and Lilith (although the associations for the latter aren't too pleasant!).

Lilia Catherine would be rather nice.

ShoppingDays Mon 20-Dec-10 18:55:48

Yes I thought of Lilo too!

How about Lily?

thisisyesterday Mon 20-Dec-10 19:01:26

Lila is lovely.

a friend of mine wants it for her baby if it's a girl (also a grandmother's name!)

isn't Kate Moss's little girl called Lila?

doesn't make me think of lilo because it's pronounced Lilla rather than Lyla isn't it??

BibiBelle Mon 20-Dec-10 20:47:25

makes me think of Lilo Lil from bread grin

tomorrowsanotherday Mon 20-Dec-10 22:02:22

I prefer Lillia but Lila is quite nice too.
I didn't think it was outdated - Kate Moss's daughter is Lila Grace.
Didn't know it was pronounced Lilla though?? confused

Edmundo Mon 20-Dec-10 22:05:14

Lila is usually pronounced Lyla. I think it's ok but I much prefer Lily.

BibiBelle Mon 20-Dec-10 22:21:49

what about Lillith or Lillian?

thisisyesterday Tue 21-Dec-10 12:59:44

ahh well the only one I know of (friend's grandmother) is pronounced Lilla

but clearly she is an anomaly grin

Firawla Tue 21-Dec-10 14:21:28

I dont think its outdated at all i thought it was quite popular these days. I know a baby lila and heard of a few others, and never crossed my mind that it was out dated. I think its really nice

Edmundo Tue 21-Dec-10 15:58:08

Very trendy, not out-dated at all.

Ephiny Tue 21-Dec-10 16:07:27

I think it's nice. I like Leila as well, though you may get all kinds of different pronunciations (Lee-la, Lay-la, Ly-la etc!)

Nightstar Tue 21-Dec-10 22:10:47

I totally agree with Ephiny. How would you be pronouncing it? You would be safer with Leila, or Layla, but if it is a family name then dont mess, keep as is x

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