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Opinions on Lilah?

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prettypinklady Thu 11-Aug-16 01:31:22

Not short for Delilah. Really grown on me but still curious of other people's opinions. Any nice middle names to go with it would also be

Pemba Thu 11-Aug-16 01:43:50

Lovely name. Becoming a bit popular now, but not overly so, I think.

I would pronounce it Lie-luh.

Lilah Rose (yes I know Rose is very common, but it just sounds nice)
Lilah Grace (" ")
Lilah Miriam
Lilah Madeleine
Lilah Mary
Lilah Ruth
Lilah Sophie
Lilah Harriet
Lilah Juliet

Raines100 Thu 11-Aug-16 06:03:28

Very pretty. Makes me think of lilac, so Rose goes v well.
Also like Lilah Cerise as a left field choice.

MephistoMarley Thu 11-Aug-16 06:15:55

Kind of blah, sorry

Pemba Thu 11-Aug-16 06:44:46

Lilah Bethany
Lilah Eve
Lilah Katharine

GaryGilmoresEyes Thu 11-Aug-16 06:52:36

One of my good friends way back in the mists of time was called Lilah. She pronounced it lil-ah. It's a lovely name.

mollie123 Thu 11-Aug-16 06:55:42

why not Leila or Leyla/Layla - long established names.

WavingNotDrowning Thu 11-Aug-16 07:04:36

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Germgirl Thu 11-Aug-16 07:06:34

Makes me think of that dreadful Oasis song I'm afraid.

lalalemon Thu 11-Aug-16 07:06:55

I would imagine you'd be spelling it out forever. Lyla would be the more common spelling!

SteviebunsBottrittrundle Thu 11-Aug-16 08:12:57

I'm not keen sorry. I don't know anyone called Lilah actually, but it does sound a bit 'blah' to my ear because I know at least two each (children and adults) of the following:

Lily, Lola, Layla, Lyra, Lara, Leah

MuffyTheUmpireSlayer Thu 11-Aug-16 08:13:45

I like it!

RickOShay Thu 11-Aug-16 08:15:12

Much prefer Lily or Delilah. Just doesn't sound right.

Enb76 Thu 11-Aug-16 08:15:32

I like it. I have a friend called Lilah. She was named after her very old family English grandmother so it's hardly an out there choice.

junebirthdaygirl Thu 11-Aug-16 08:22:22

Friend called this spells it Lileah. She is in her 60s so popular then. Hadn't heard it for years but on the way back like Iris and Mabel. Be careful that it is not going to pop up everywhere all of a sudden like Lily did a while back.
Lileah Anne
Lileah Jean/Jane
Think one syllable names are best to go with it.

Sophronia Thu 11-Aug-16 12:21:11

I like it but spelled Lila, the h on the end looks unnecessary.

Kit30 Thu 11-Aug-16 12:25:34

Neither for or against but it's everywhere. Sorry - it's the hipster name of choice for girls. Can't move for hipster dads in a certain S. Manc suburb and their baby Lyla/Lila/ Layla/Layli

Mottled Thu 11-Aug-16 15:00:28

I was going to call my 10 year old DS Lila if he was a girl, it now turns out that there's one in his class along with Lily, Lacey and Laura. Still like it but called my 2 dds Anya & Layla! There are also lots of Laylas but only met 2 other Anyas.

Mollbie Thu 11-Aug-16 17:02:37

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Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Sun 14-Aug-16 23:42:24

Lilah Pearl
Lilah Darcy
Lilah Fern
Lilah Joy
Lilah Verity
Lilah Belle
Lilah Mairead
Lilah June
Lilah Jess
Lilah Brooke

Magazinepile Sun 14-Aug-16 23:46:27

Pretty name, I like it a lot! Dds friend spells it Laila. Pronounced liy-luh X

Iliveinalighthousewiththeghost Mon 15-Aug-16 00:16:55

Lilah Dorothy
Lilia Mabel
Lilah Sian
Lilah Grace
Lilah Paige

curlywurlylover Mon 15-Aug-16 00:19:17

Sorry but sounds trashy to me. A bit like misty or missy type names for girls.

Go with a proper name

Pemba Mon 15-Aug-16 04:19:56

'Course it's a proper name. Layla, on the other hand sounds a bit stripper-y, at least spelt that way.

NerrSnerr Mon 15-Aug-16 05:05:16

I prefer it spelled Lila.

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